Is Graft mineable?

Yes, Graft is mineable. Unlike most cryptocurrencies, Graft consists of supernodes that process two-phase payment transaction, just like “traditional” credit card payments: real time authorization and settlement (mining). Also, supernodes may host additional brokerage services such as credit card authorizations, instant exchanges, and merchant payouts. Supernodes receive mining reward for each solved block, but they do not earn transaction fees from mining. Transaction fees can be earned by processing real time transaction approvals. Supernode is allowed to participate in real time authorization process only after successfully solving a new block.

About GRAFT Project

GRAFT is a blockchain based payment processing network the functions similarly to a credit card processing network with off-chain authorizations and in-network atomic swap based interchanges. The network is completely decentralized, able to work cross borders and adapting to local regulatory environment.

In addition to decentralization, GRAFT solves four biggest problems that exist in cryptocurrency at a point-of-sale today - privacy, speed, fees, and integration.

Economically, it’s a two layer (proof-of-work and proof-of-stake) blockchain with proof-of-stake based authorizations with participants able to benefit both for mining and staking

Finally GRAFT is open-platform, open-source, non-for profit community project. To support GRAFT Network, please donate BTC to: 39UBccrXeKBtoxeKXPqsXxPFnhzt6bueSY