Bitcoin.com began listing the Aspire (ASP) and Aspire Gas (GASP) digital assets Sept. 30.
Both tickets were created by Aspire Technology, led by core developer Jim Blasko, a test-of-work pioneer since 2012.
Aspire Technology is developing digital asset creation technologies and was incubated by bCommerce Labs accelerator fund and other angel investors. The Aspire platform, which includes Aspire’s digital asset creation (ASP) and Aspire Gas blockchain (GASP) platform, is resistant to mining exploits and 51 percent attacks common to test-duty blockchains, the company said.
The Aspire platform improves on standard Counterparty open source code, but grabs in an automated checkpoint server to prevent 51 percent attacks that have caused an attack on many other blockchains and lost money. Aspire is also not subject to miners’ attacks, the company added.
Aspire Technology said that Aspire (ASP) improves speed, cost and security for creating fungible and non-fungible (NFT) tokens. It allows professional developers and hobbyists alike to create vast digital assets of up to 92 billion tokens per asset, as well as unlimited subsets, with no programming experience required, for about $ 1.00 the asset. Aspire Gas Powers (GASP) Aspire transactions for millions of pence per transaction.
Aspire uses very small fractions of GASP for every transaction of digital tokens / assets sent on the Aspire network. GASP currently charges 1 satoshi per byte when creating a transaction. These fees allow for thousands of transactions with a single GASP.
The GASP core allows for secure security on average about two minutes, which is five times faster than Counterparty or Bitcoin, Aspire Technology claims. It is built on PoW (Proof of Work) by scrypt mining and is designed for processing all Aspire transactions on one secure blockchain. All digital asset transactions created on Aspire will always confirm at least four times faster than Bitcoin’s 10-minute block time, Aspire Technology claims.
By implementing advanced checkpoints at the core of GASP, Aspire’s assets will be free of double-digit spending, 51 percent attacks, and hostile takeover of the blockchain. This is the first in asset creation platforms and gives Aspire maximum protection from malicious attacks.
On Aspire, anyone can create assets at a very low price and in less than two minutes. The cost to do this is currently 10 Aspire coins (ASP), which are currently offered for free for a limited time through the Aspire bounty program. Aspire Technology said Aspire is five times faster than Bitcoin. One Aspire Gas (GASP) coin allows more than 300,000 transactions of any asset created on Aspire.
“I’ve been following the team behind Aspire, and the platform having launched it for some time now,” said the head of bitcoin.com, Danish Chaudhry. “It’s an incredible platform, not only for its speed, but the core technology implemented. The focus and dedication given in this project is unmatched, and their entire star team is by far the strongest in the industry. Excited to welcome asp and GASP to our ranks. “
“We are delighted that Bitcoin.com will be the first exchange to undertake trading pairs for GASP and ASP, the native cryptos of the Aspire platform,” said Mr Black. “By working with Bitcoin.com, Aspire and its amazing asset creation tools are now falling into the hands of millions of new users. Our goal was to make crypto asset creation better in every way possible for the consumer, and this partnership is another step in Aspire’s natural organic growth. Today’s milestone ensures that assets created on Aspire can be supported in the future through the Bitcoin.com exchange. ”
“Ordinary consumers will drive the next huge wave of crypto adoption, just as they did in the second decade of the web,” said Aspire cofounder and chairman Michael Terpin. “Aspire is set to become the leading digital asset creation platform globally by combining ease of use with fast and almost zero fees. We believe that in the very near future, most people will have dozens of digital assets that they interact with on a regular basis. ”