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What is Bitgert/brise?

1. What is BRC20?
The Bitgert project is one of the few projects that are using advanced mining protocols that offer faster and cheaper transactions while at the same time keeping the network more secure. The Bitgert blockchain uses the Proof-of-Authority consensus (PoA), which has enabled the network to reach 100,000 TPS. This is a consensus mechanism where a validator’s identity performs the role of stake instead of PoS that uses monetary. Bitgert Chain is the only blockchain which has managed to build a zero-cost blockchain & gas fee are as low as $0.00000001 per transaction with 100,000 Transactions per second & 15s block.

2. Where do I find BRC20 Brise?
You can buy brise coin AND withdraw directly in native BRC20 wallets from any of these exchanges:
http://Gate.io
http://BitMart.com
http://Bibox.com
http://bitforex.com
Once you have purchased brise coin, withdraw it to your wallet that supports BRC20 (Brise wallet, Metamask or Coinhub wallet) as native BRISE.

3. What is BSC20?
BNB Smart Chain is a Proof of Staked Authority (PoSA) consensus distributed ledger with a system of 21 validators aimed at short block time and lower fees. Validators are tasked with producing blocks. Binance Smart Chain has many security features such as double-sign detection and other slashing logic which guarantee stability, and chain finality.
The BNB Smart Chain is EVM-compatible thus developers can deploy smart contracts and build Dapps on the chain. Cross-chain transfer and other communication are possible with Relayers who are responsible to submit Cross-Chain Communication Packages between Binance Chain and BNB Smart Chain. The dual-chain architecture creates a seamless ecosystem for users to take advantage of the fast trading on the Binance Chain and EVM based development on BNB Smart Chain.

4. Where do I find BSC Brise?
You can buy BSC20 Brise from CEX (centralized exchange):
http://gate.io
http://BitMart
http://Bibox
http://Bitforex
http://Kucoin
http://Coinspot
http://mexc.com
http://Lbank.com
http://XT.com
http://Hotbit.com
http://Hoo.com.

You will have to use the bridge to convert it to the native chain. Or trade for it on a (decentralized exchange): like Pancakeswap
You will have to bridge your brise to the native chain to invest in ICO and projects on BRC:
https://bitgert.com/how-to-use-the-bitgert-bridge/

5. What are the tokens I can find on BRC?
+/- 25 projects, so still early.
More and more new projects to come, we think t have a 1000 projects per year to come.
Go to http://thesphynx.co to see all projects.

6. What is RPC?
RPC (Remote Procedure Call) is a set of protocols and interfaces that the client interacts with blockchain system. The user can query the blockchain related information (such as block number, blocks, node connection, etc.) and send the transaction request through RPC interface. It is a window into the blockchain.
7. What's the difference between BSC Chain and Brise Chain?
The Bitgert blockchain uses the Proof-of-Authority consensus (PoA), which has enabled the network to reach 100,000 TPS. This consensus mechanism where a validator’s identity performs the role of stake instead of PoS that uses monetary incentives enables the lowest gas fees possible.
The BNB Smart Chain is a Proof of Staked Authority (PoSA) consensus distributed ledger with a system of 21 validators that has a longer block time and higher gas fees.

8. Where can I buy BRC20 Projects?
The projects can be found on the decentralized exchanges like:
http://icecreamswap.com
http://briseswap.finance
http://thesphynx.co.
And many more are coming like the collaboration in between Centcex and EVO finance.

9. What's a bridge?
A blockchain bridge is a connection that allows the transfer of tokens and/or arbitrary data from one chain to another. Both chains can have different protocols, rules, and governance models, but the bridge provides a compatible way to interoperate securely on both sides.
There are many different designs for bridges, but they can generally be divided into two camps: more centralized bridges that rely on trust or federation, and so-called “trustless” bridges that are more decentralized. Centralized bridges rely on some type of central authority or system to operate, meaning that users are required to place trust in a mediator to use a given app or service.

10. When to buy?
Now, it's on very low prices, but if you read the charts, you will see that it will not be long like this.
Next Bullrun can cause a x1000 from here. 

Trade @ your own risks.
Contract on bsc smartchain: 0x8FFf93E810a2eDaaFc326eDEE51071DA9d398E83

Busimatch 26.06.2022 0 324
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