Proof-of-Developer (PoD)

By CoinGecko | Updated on Mar 03, 2020
Proof of Developer was a mechanism that was spearhaeded back in 2014 as a means for cryptocurrency and ICO projects to verify that they are actively managed by a developer(s). This concept was created at a time when issues of pump and dump altcoins and ICOs were rampant. Where scammers were reportedly copy pasting codes from existing cryptocurrencies to market and sell for quick profits.

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