Superior Blockchain Technology

Multi Algorithm

5 independent algorithms

Unitus uses 5 independent algorithms to ensure the blockchain remains secure and can be mined by anyone, regardless of the hardware they have available to them. CPU, GPU or ASIC.
No arms race here.

Merge Mineable

Energy efficient

Merge mining allows a miner to mine a parent coin, whilst at the same time contribute network hashrate to Unitus - and earn both the parent coin's mining rewards and Unitus at the same time.

Fair Distribution

No Premine / ICO / Developer Tax

No Premine, ICO or Developer Tax. Just pure miner reward. Gradual decline in block rewards, more resembling the natural decline of a valuable resource.

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Key moments in the history of Unitus

  • December 2014 - Announcement of Unitus
  • 27th December 2014 - Release of Unitus, mining begins
  • 29th December 2014 - Unitus begins trading on major crypto-currency exchanges
  • 11th January 2015 - Version released (bug fixes & maintenance)
  • 30th May 2015 - Version 0.9.5 released, core code updated to Bitcoin 0.9.5
  • 11th January 2016 - Version 0.9.6 released, changes to sequential block rules and changes one algorithm from Blake256 to Lyra2re2
  • February 2016 - Hardfork occurs, Blake256 replaced with Lyra2re2
  • 3rd January 2017 - Version released, (bug fixes & maintenance)
  • 30th April 2017 - Version released, replaces Qubit with Argon2d (hardfork @ June 3rd 2017)
  • 7th October 2017 - Version 0.14.2 released, a major new version based on Bitcoin Core 0.14.2