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UltronGlow is a decentralized blockchain platform and home to the UTG cryptocurrency. It has been designed from the ground up by a team of top engineers and academic experts.

UltronGlow has a strong focus on sustainability, scalability and transparency and is a fully open source project that aims to deliver an inclusive, fair and resilient infrastructure for IoT, IoV, Metaverse, financial and social applications on a global scale. It is powered by a consensus protocol combined with PoS, PoSR, PoTS, PoSV 4 types of consensus in one, and we named it GLOW.

New to UltronGlow?

If you are new to UltronGlow and would like to learn more about the basics we have a range of explainers on the components of blockchain and how UltronGlow stands out from other solutions. From explanations on cryptocurrency and consensus and diving deeper into the types of wallets and delegation instructions, we aim to make your introduction to UltronGlow seamless and comprehensive.

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  • Stake pools

    A stake pool is a reliable server node that focuses on maintenance and holds the combined stake of various stakeholders in a single entity with smart contract.

    Stake pools explained
  • Delegation

    Delegation of stake is a mechanism inherent in the UltronGlow Proof of Stake (PoS) protocol that allows the protocol to scale even in a setting where the set of stakeholders are highly distributed.

    Delegation explained
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