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Frequently Asked Questions

A blockchain is a digitized, decentralized, public ledger of all cryptocurrency transactions. Constantly growing as ‘completed’ blocks (the most recent transactions) are recorded and added to it in chronological order, it allows market participants to keep track of digital currency transactions without central recordkeeping. Each node (a computer connected to the network) gets a copy of the blockchain, which is downloaded automatically.

What makes this system tamperproof is two things: a cryptographic fingerprint unique to each block, and a “consensus protocol,” the process by which the nodes in the network agree on a shared history.

The fingerprint, called a hash, takes a lot of computing time and energy to generate initially. The hashes also serve as the links in the blockchain: each block includes the previous block’s unique hash. So if you want to change an entry in the ledger retroactively, you have to calculate a new hash not only for the block it’s in but also for every subsequent block. And you have to do this faster than the other nodes can add new blocks to the chain. So unless you have computers that are more powerful than the rest of the nodes combined (and even then, success isn’t guaranteed), any blocks you add will conflict with existing ones, and the other nodes will automatically reject your alterations. This is what makes the blockchain tamperproof, or “immutable.”

A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual currency that uses cryptography for security. A cryptocurrency is difficult to counterfeit because of this security feature. A defining feature of a cryptocurrency, and arguably its most endearing allure, is its organic nature; it is not issued by any central authority. The first cryptocurrency to capture the public imagination was Bitcoin, which was launched in 2009 by an individual or group known under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto.

A cryptocurrency exchange is any system that operates on the basis of trading cryptocurrencies with other assets. Like a traditional financial exchange, the cryptocurrency exchange’s core operation is to allow for the buying and selling of these digital assets, as well as others.

A cryptocurrency exchange is also known as a digital currency exchange (DCE).

An Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is the cryptocurrency space’s rough equivalent to an IPO (Initial Public Offering) in the mainstream investment world. ICOs act as fundraisers of sorts; a company looking to create a new coin, app, or service launches an ICO. Next, interested investors buy in to the offering, either with fiat currency or with preexisting digital tokens like ether. In exchange for their support, investors receive a new cryptocurrency token specific to the ICO.
However, this investor enthusiasm also leads people astray. Because they are largely unregulated, ICOs have become a hub of frauds and scam artists.

Regulus Exchange is a cryptocurrency exchange project (or DCE) started in January 2018, especially designed for mobile web, for those who are always on the move, who have been forgotten for way too long. For more info please check our Whitepaper.

Our platform is coming with its own token, the Regulus Token (RGLS). With it you will have access to the trading of each pair and it will give you access to all the Premium functionalities that will be included into our platform. Besides that you’ll also benefit from classic features as fee reductions or even dividends. It’s an ERC20 token (based on the Ethereum blockchain) so you can use every ERC20 wallet you want to keep your token(s) safe (example: MEW).

Here are the Token informations:

Token name: Regulus Token
Token Symbol: RGLS
Decimal: 18
Contract address: 0xc25cb249d4f6b8f2e69f58703f03e76523b081b0
Total Supply: 60,000,000

There are already a number of exchanges on the market but how many can be used via a mobile application? And among these, how many of them are ergonomic and easy to use? This is where Regulus comes in. In addition to offering a complete platform via our website, our teams are also focused on our mobile applications.

Absolutely not! Aware of the problem of ICOs and scams, we preferred to do without and operate in self-financing. The current market has been sufficiently flouted by the ICOs. We are concerned about our reputation but even more of our future customers.

As you already know, technology is improving everyday. Nowadays plenty of people use way more their mobiles or tablets than their computers even while at home. For example, the number of users (in billions) on the tablet has doubled in just five years. And forecasts are still on the rise.

It was therefore time to offer them a reliable and practical solution to use, and that is what Regulus will provide.

Of course! Our applications are designed and developed for both mobiles and tablets. Each one will have its own interface, and we assure you that they will be perfectly ergonomic  and secure. Our teams are currently working on the latest versions of Android (9 API level 28) and iOS (12.1) but we are also looking forward to future updates. Finally, rest assured that you will be able to use our applications on lower versions of Android & iOS. More information will be provided shortly.

The normal fee for each transaction will be 0.1%. If you have our Token in your wallet, you will benefit from a 50% reduction fee.

Until our platform comes online, you’ll be able to trade our token on some exchanges. Our community will be informed on social media.

Right now you can trade our RGLS token on Altilly:

The listing request is currently closed. However it will soon be available, so stay tuned!

​Our team is currently working hard to launch our platform on time with all its features. We hope to be able to offer fiat deposits and to be regulated next year but that’s not our main priority at the moment.

KYC will be mandatory only for customers who need to withdrawal more than 5 btc in 24 hours. Under that daily limit, you’re free to use our platform without any requirement!

Our airdrop form is now closed. Thank you everyone!

Our community is very important to us.

Our marketing team is looking for people who can create content like articles, videos etc. We’re also looking for Ambassadors representing their country, who will help us to share all of our informations in different languages.

If you already have a growing community don’t hesitate to contact us.

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