Emission

By CoinGecko | Updated on Mar 03, 2020
Emission, also known as Emission Curve, Emission Rate, and Emission Schedule, is the speed at which new coins are created and released. Emission refers to the speed/rate at which new coins are minted and released as dictated by the protocols written onto the software of a given blockchain cryptocurrency. Sometimes referred to as emission curve, emission rate or emission schedule.

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