The Beenoob is a gateway to decentralized applications on the Beenoob blockchain. It allows you to hold and secure and other crypto-assets built on Beenoob, as well as write, deploy and use smart contracts.
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Non-fungible Tokens or NFTs have emerged as one of the breakthroughs this year.
Many creators, artists, and even corporate giants are keen to take advantage of this movement.
Beenoob is a platform and a programming language that makes it possible for any developer to build and publish next-generation distributed applications.
Beenoob internal currency, powers its applications and acts as a «token of exchange» on the decentralized network.
Beenoob can be used to codify, decentralize, secure and trade just about anything: voting, domain names, financial exchanges, crowdfunding, company governance, contracts and agreements of most kind, intellectual property, and even smart property thanks to hardware integration.
Beenoob borrows the concept of decentralized consensus that makes bitcoin so resilient, yet makes it trivial to build on its foundation.
Most of the services you use today have something in common: they are centralized. For example, when when you deposit money at your bank, you trust them to be honest, be secure and be independently audited. The same is true when you post pictures on Facebook, or an important document on Dropbox. History has proven time and time again that this model is flawed, but necessary, as «trustless» operations have been so far both unprofitable and too complex to implement.
Applications built on Beenoob do not require their users to trust the developers with their personal information or funds. Beenoob not only addresses the issues described above, it also opens the door to whole new kinds of applications that have never been seen before.
Beenoob is a protocol that is open to all. Any programmer should be able to write smart contracts and Beenoob apps in languages they already are familiar with.
Programmers should also be able to implement the entire specification with relative ease, in order to minimize the influence that any specific individual or group could have on the protocol.
The Beenoob protocol should be as simple as possible, and optimizations which add complexity should not be included unless they provide a very substantial benefit.
Contracts are the main building blocks of Beenoob. A contract is a computer program that lives inside the distributed Beenoob network and has its own balance, memory and code. Every time you send a transaction to a contract, it executes its code, which can store data, send transactions and interact with other contracts.
Contracts are maintained by the network, without any central ownership or control. Contracts are written in languages instantly familiar to any programmer and powered by Beenoob cryptofuel.
Faster, less costly and more scalable than any other digital asset, $BEEN is the cryptographic token that powers the Beenoob network.
Users, businesses, and developers use $BEEN to pay for network services, such as running a smart contract, storing a file, or transferring tokens.
For each transaction submitted to the network, $BEEN is used to compensate network nodes for bandwidth, compute, and storage. Gas fees are paid in Beenoob native currency $BEEN. Gas prices are denoted in gwei, which itself is a denomination of $BEEN - each gwei is equal to 0.000000001 BEEN.