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Clams (CLAM) are a form of digital value, or currency, that is transferred, created, and verified by the collective effort of the computers running the CLAMS software. Similar to Bitcoin, the original technology on top of which CLAMS was created, this network follows a rigorous protocol to ensure that consensus and verification is maintained. The CLAM Network is a peer-to-peer network of computers running the CLAMS software. To become a part of the CLAMS network, you need only to run the CLAMS software on your home computer. The purpose of this network is to independently and collaboratively verify the transfer and creation of CLAMS. The CLAMs network was created with the widest digital value distribution in history. CLAMS were sent to all active users of the 3 most popular digital currencies. If you had Bitcoin, Litecoin or Dogecoin on May 12, 2014 then you probably have CLAMs waiting for you. We like to call this Digging up old CLAMs!

Digging For CLAMs. The goal, from the very beginning of this project, was to create a cryptocurrency with the widest initial distribution. Ever. Conventional “air-drop” mechanics lend themselves to trust-based developer promises. We DON’T like trusting people. Giveaways are notoriously susceptible to cheating and bias those who happen to hear of them. We DON’T like tit-for-tat arrangements. Many intelligent people are aware that Bitcoin’s most valuable asset is the blockchain itself. The blockchain represents the combined efforts, commitment, and participation of the entire community. It is the revolution that sets cryptocurrency apart from other value systems. It is trust-less and wonderful. We DO like the trust-less blockchain. So! We took the BTC, LTC, and DOGE blockchains, found every address with a balance above dust, and sent each and every one of them a little over 4.6 CLAMS. It isn’t perfect, but it includes everyone.

Create CLAMs. The CLAM network is secured through a unique system called Proof-of-Working-Stake (POWS), or as we like to say, Digging for fresh CLAMs! Approximately once per minute, the network automatically selects one running unlocked client to process recent CLAM transactions, rewarding them 1 CLAM. This process happens entirely in the background. If the network selects your client, then all you’ll notice is that you’re 1 CLAM richer! This POWS system is the heart of the CLAM network, providing security and stabilizing the price over time.


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Source Code:
at GitHub

Mining Pools:
No mining pools available, the coin is now PoS only.

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