CLAMs is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency built using the Bitcoin Core code. Users that held more than a certain small amount (called “dust”) in a Bitcoin, Litecoin, or Dogecoin wallet on May 12th 2014 are eligible for receiving a proportional amount of CLAMS. This process aims to distribute CLAMS to a wide audience by essentially offering them “free money”. All CLAMS were distributed fairly among over three million addresses. The initial distribution is done through a Proof-of-Chain consensus (wherein a user has to “prove” that they own an address to receive CLAMS), and the CLAMS are sent over its network using a Proof-of-Stake consensus. Approximately every minute a node is selected to confirm recent transactions, and that node then receives 1 CLAM as a reward.
CLAMS (CLAM) are the digital coins of the CLAMs network that can be redeemed and sent peer-to-peer.
|Market Cap||$5.60 M|
|Current Supply||3.36 M|
|Total Supply||17.01 M|