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The Historical Coin of Khalsa Kingdom

NanakShahi Coin (SIKKA) is an open source peer-to-peer digital currency, A decentralised system which records transactions in a distributed ledger called a block chain.

Historical Coin

The NanakShahiCoin was minted by Baba Banda Singh Bahadur early in 1710. This coin continued on and Maharaja Ranjit Singh also minted Nanakshahicoins in 1819.

Your Own Money

NanakShahiCoin ( SIKKA) is decentralised money, free from censorship and open to The Whole World. Send low cost private, secure, border less payments to anyone, anytime, anywhere.

Safe & Secure

NanakShahiCoin ( SIKKA) is the Modern global scrypt based network, operating with 100% uptime. Blockchain Makes it a Safer & Secure Coin to use free from hacking and damaging.

Decentralised

NanakshahiCoin (SIKKA) is a powerful, political and economical tool which anyone, anywhere can use without permission to transact with anyone else in the world and partake in a genuinely global economy.

Hybrid Coin (Pos/Pow)

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Nanakshahi Coin is Based on Both Proof of work and Proof of stake. Means it can be Mined and also Stake. After 10k Blocks of Mining Nanakshahi Coin will Complete the Mining Phase and PoS Begins. You Will Receive rewards for securing the SIKKA network just by holding coins in your wallet. Running a node on the network will automatically participate in the validation of blocks and transmission of blocks, while your wallet constantly evaluates your personal SIKKA transactions to see if you win the right to create the next block.

Less Energy Consumption

Nanakshahi Coin is Based on Proof of Stake & Proof of work(upto 10k Blocks). The Proof of stake is more energy efficient, because it removes the high-powered computing from the consensus algorithm. Proof of Stake can be done on everyday household computing platforms and does not require any specialized mining equipment or high energy costs to keep the network functioning. Therefore, Nanakshahi coin is better for the environment.

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