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MultiVAC (MTV) is a cryptocurrency token generated on the Ethereum blockchain.The total supply of MultiVAC that will ever be issued is 8.00 Billions tokens, and the current supply of MTV in circulation is 2.44 Billions tokens.
Current MultiVAC price is $ 0.000713 moved down to -11.4% for the last 24 hours.
All time high (ATH) price of MultiVAC reached $ 0.015 on 9 Apr 2019 and fallen -95.2% from it.
MultiVAC's share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.00% with the market capitalization of $ 1.74 Million.
MultiVAC’s 24 trading volume is $ 110.71 Thousands. It is trading on 7 markets and 4 Exchanges .
MultiVAC Price Chart
MultiVAC price Index provides the latest MTV price in US Dollars , BTC and ETH using an average from the world's leading crypto exchanges.
The MultiVAC to USD chart is designed for users to instantly see the changes that occur on the market and predicts what will come next.
MTV to USD Converter
MultiVAC Performance USD
|24H||-$ 0.0000914||-11.4%||$ 0.000807||$ 0.000708|
|7D||$ 0.000119||20.0%||$ 0.000914||$ 0.000569|
|1M||-$ 0.0000196||-2.67%||$ 0.000969||$ 0.000554|
|3M||-$ 0.00321||-81.8%||$ 0.00408||$ 0.000554|
|6M||-$ 0.00625||-89.8%||$ 0.00945||$ 0.000554|
What is MultiVAC
The design features of MultiVAC are purpose-built for integration with large-scale decentralized applications (dApps). As a core aspect of the protocol, developers can customize parameters for consistency, availability and partition tolerance, providing a high degree of user autonomy over the blockchain infrastructure.
MultiVAC implements a novel approach to scalability for large-scale dApp development through a sharding model called Verifiable Random Functions (VRF) for transactions, computation, and storage.
MultiVAC operates on the MultiVAC Virtual Machine (MVM), which includes the Blockchain Instruction Set Computer (BISC).
MVM currently supports C compilation based on LLVM, to eventually integrate other languages such as Java and Go.
For data storage and retrieval, MultiVAC employs a mechanism based on both Hash and Merkle Roots, in addition to a sharded storage network based on the native VRF model.
MultiVAC utilizes a Proof of Instruction Execution (PoIE) consensus mechanism, which verifies accurate computation in a way similar to the proof of replication. The PoIE consensus algorithm is directly embedded into MVM, validating each executed instruction.