BHD Global’s STO Application Approved By SEC

BHD’s application for a security token offering (STO) has
been approved by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
(SEC). BHD, a new style of crypto currency with its unique
Proof of Capacity (PoC) consensus and mining mechanism,
generates its unique value through mathematics and
code.

BHD established its CPoC (Conditional Proof of
Capacity) with an original, next-generation consensus
system, with an optimal economic model and consensus
algorithm. BHD uses hard disk as consensus participant,
significantly lowering the energy consumption, and the entry
barrier, making mining of crypto currency safer, more
decentralized, and for everyone.

Compared with Bitcoin
POW mining, CPoC mining saves energy, consumes much less
power, has lower noise, no heat, and is anti-ASIC.
CPoC-mining-based BHD can realize the original intention of
Satoshi Nakamoto, that everyone can become a miner. BHD’s
global network capacity has reached 1000 Pb, and the
equipment value is 400 million USD.

BHD is a
self-governing community project, like Bitcoin, which will
allocate greater rewards and more support to miners who meet
the mining conditions. All these changes have been realized
by mathematical formulas and algorithms instead of manual
operation. The performance of BHD has attracted much
attention with some believing this dark horse may lead a
revolution in the blockchain industry.

Relative to an
ICO, STOs are seen as lower risk, as the securities laws
that regulate security tokens often enforce transparency and
accountability. A security token will also be backed by a
real-world asset, which makes it easier to assess whether or
not the token is priced fairly in relation to the underlying
asset. With pure utility tokens, it can be difficult to
assess true value, and determine fair price.

The STO
is good for BHD’s adoption in the long-run. STOs are legally
compliant, which means they…

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