The Pulsechain. A better fork of a fork?

Whats Not On The News
2 min readFeb 22, 2022


Most people aren't aware that Ethereum (ETH) was a hard fork of Ethereum Classic (ETC). ETH is a better-designed blockchain with much higher security than ETC.

On ETH, developers can create decentralized exchanges and other projects that use ETH as the gas fee to transact. Ethereum Classic had many security risks that are still not fixed, and many developers do not trust the chain.

With the mass adoption of Ethereum creating a very congested network, the cost of using Ethereum is constantly increasing. ETH also uses outdated Proof of Work technology, harming the environment with mining. A faster, environmentally friendly, and low-cost Proof of Stake blockchain will be the future.

With the innovation of Proof of Stake technology, it is inevitable before the blockchains evolve and environmentally conscious users move to a better-designed ecosystem.

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Previous Ethereum forks have used Proof of Stake technology, such as Polygon and Binance Smart Chain. Unfortunately, those new chains started with new ledgers, and existing projects were not copied.

The Pulsechain is the first-ever Ethereum hard fork that will solve the environmental and cost problems of ETH and bring all existing coins and projects over with it. This upgrade will allow users to sustain their NFT art and existing tokens converting them from ERC-20 to PRC-20.

The average cost of an Ethereum token swap on Uniswap decentralized exchange will cost on average $50-$100. The average energy it takes to mint, bid and sell an NFT is enough to power a home refrigerator for one month. The Pulsechain launch and humanitarian efforts from Billionaire Richard Heart will solve the cost and environmental issues of Ethereum.

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