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Concurrent Ruby: Modern Concurrency tools for Ruby.

Concurrent Ruby

Modern concurrency tools for Ruby. Inspired by Erlang, Clojure, Scala, Haskell, F#, C#, Java, and classic concurrency patterns.

The design goals of this gem are:

  • Be an 'unopinionated' toolbox that provides useful utilities without debating which is better or why
  • Remain free of external gem dependencies
  • Stay true to the spirit of the languages providing inspiration
  • But implement in a way that makes sense for Ruby
  • Keep the semantics as idiomatic Ruby as possible
  • Support features that make sense in Ruby
  • Exclude features that don't make sense in Ruby
  • Be small, lean, and loosely coupled
  • Thread-safety
  • Backward compatibility

Contributing

This gem depends on contributions and we appreciate your help. Would you like to contribute? Great! Have a look at issues with looking-for-contributor label. And if you pick something up let us know on the issue.

You can also get started by triaging issues which may include reproducing bug reports or asking for vital information, such as version numbers or reproduction instructions. If you would like to start triaging issues, one easy way to get started is to subscribe to concurrent-ruby on CodeTriage. Open Source Helpers

Thread Safety

Concurrent Ruby makes one of the strongest thread safety guarantees of any Ruby concurrency library, providing consistent behavior and guarantees on all four of the main Ruby interpreters (MRI/CRuby, JRuby, Rubinius, TruffleRuby).

Every abstraction in this library is thread safe. Specific thread safety guarantees are documented with each abstraction.

It is critical to remember, however, that Ruby is a language of mutable references. No concurrency library for Ruby can ever prevent the user from making thread safety mistakes (such as sharing a mutable object between threads and modifying it on both threads) or from creating deadlocks through incorrect use of locks. All the library can do is provide safe abstractions which encourage safe practices. Concurrent Ruby provides more safe concurrency abstractions than any other Ruby library, many of which support the mantra of "Do not communicate by sharing memory; instead, share memory by communicating". Concurrent Ruby is also the only Ruby library which provides a full suite of thread safe and immutable variable types and data structures.

We've also initiated discussion to document memory model of Ruby which would provide consistent behaviour and guarantees on all four of the main Ruby interpreters (MRI/CRuby, JRuby, Rubinius, TruffleRuby).

Features & Documentation

The primary site for documentation is the automatically generated API documentation which is up to date with latest release. This readme matches the master so may contain new stuff not yet released.

We also have a IRC (gitter).

Versioning

  • concurrent-ruby uses Semantic Versioning
  • concurrent-ruby-ext has always same version as concurrent-ruby
  • concurrent-ruby-edge will always be 0.y.z therefore following point 4 applies "Major version zero (0.y.z) is for initial development. Anything may change at any time. The public API should not be considered stable." However we additionally use following rules:
    • Minor version increment means incompatible changes were made
    • Patch version increment means only compatible changes were made

General-purpose Concurrency Abstractions

  • Async: A mixin module that provides simple asynchronous behavior to a class. Loosely based on Erlang's gen_server.
  • ScheduledTask: Like a Future scheduled for a specific future time.
  • TimerTask: A Thread that periodically wakes up to perform work at regular intervals.
  • Promises: Unified implementation of futures and promises which combines features of previous Future, Promise, IVar, Event, dataflow, Delay, and (partially) TimerTask into a single framework. It extensively uses the new synchronization layer to make all the features non-blocking and lock-free, with the exception of obviously blocking operations like #wait, #value. It also offers better performance.

Thread-safe Value Objects, Structures, and Collections

Collection classes that were originally part of the (deprecated) thread_safe gem:

  • Array A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Array.
  • Hash A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Hash.
  • Set A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Set.
  • Map A hash-like object that should have much better performance characteristics, especially under high concurrency, than Concurrent::Hash.
  • Tuple A fixed size array with volatile (synchronized, thread safe) getters/setters.

Value objects inspired by other languages:

Structure classes derived from Ruby's Struct:

  • ImmutableStruct Immutable struct where values are set at construction and cannot be changed later.
  • MutableStruct Synchronized, mutable struct where values can be safely changed at any time.
  • SettableStruct Synchronized, write-once struct where values can be set at most once, either at construction or any time thereafter.

Thread-safe variables:

  • Agent: A way to manage shared, mutable, asynchronous, independent state. Based on Clojure's Agent.
  • Atom: A way to manage shared, mutable, synchronous, independent state. Based on Clojure's Atom.
  • AtomicBoolean A boolean value that can be updated atomically.
  • AtomicFixnum A numeric value that can be updated atomically.
  • AtomicReference An object reference that may be updated atomically.
  • Exchanger A synchronization point at which threads can pair and swap elements within pairs. Based on Java's Exchanger.
  • MVar A synchronized single element container. Based on Haskell's MVar and Scala's MVar.
  • ThreadLocalVar A variable where the value is different for each thread.
  • TVar A transactional variable implementing software transactional memory (STM). Based on Clojure's Ref.

Java-inspired ThreadPools and Other Executors

  • See the thread pool overview, which also contains a list of other Executors available.

Thread Synchronization Classes and Algorithms

Deprecated

Deprecated features are still available and bugs are being fixed, but new features will not be added.

  • Future: An asynchronous operation that produces a value. Replaced by Promises.
    • .dataflow: Built on Futures, Dataflow allows you to create a task that will be scheduled when all of its data dependencies are available. Replaced by Promises.
  • Promise: Similar to Futures, with more features. Replaced by Promises.
  • Delay Lazy evaluation of a block yielding an immutable result. Based on Clojure's delay. Replaced by Promises.
  • IVar Similar to a "future" but can be manually assigned once, after which it becomes immutable. Replaced by Promises.

Edge Features

These are available in the concurrent-ruby-edge companion gem.

These features are under active development and may change frequently. They are expected not to keep backward compatibility (there may also lack tests and documentation). Semantic versions will be obeyed though. Features developed in concurrent-ruby-edge are expected to move to concurrent-ruby when final.

Actor: Implements the Actor Model, where concurrent actors exchange messages. Status: Partial documentation and tests; depends on new future/promise framework; stability is good.

Channel: Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP). Functionally equivalent to Go channels with additional inspiration from Clojure core.async. Status: Partial documentation and tests.

LazyRegister

LockFreeLinkedSet Status: will be moved to core soon.

LockFreeStack Status: missing documentation and tests.

Promises::Channel A first in first out channel that accepts messages with push family of methods and returns messages with pop family of methods. Pop and push operations can be represented as futures, see #pop_op and #push_op. The capacity of the channel can be limited to support back pressure, use capacity option in #initialize. #pop method blocks ans #pop_op returns pending future if there is no message in the channel. If the capacity is limited the #push method blocks and #push_op returns pending future.

Cancellation The Cancellation abstraction provides cooperative cancellation.

The standard methods Thread#raise of Thread#kill available in Ruby are very dangerous (see linked the blog posts bellow). Therefore concurrent-ruby provides an alternative.

Throttle A tool managing concurrency level of tasks.

ErlangActor Actor implementation which precisely matches Erlang actor behaviour. Requires at least Ruby 2.1 otherwise it's not loaded.

WrappingExecutor A delegating executor which modifies each task before the task is given to the target executor it delegates to.

Supported Ruby versions

  • MRI 2.2 and above
  • Latest JRuby 9000
  • Latest TruffleRuby

The legacy support for Rubinius is kept for the moment but it is no longer maintained and is liable to be removed. If you would like to help please respond to #739.

Usage

Everything within this gem can be loaded simply by requiring it:

require 'concurrent'

Requiring only specific abstractions from Concurrent Ruby is not yet supported.

To use the tools in the Edge gem it must be required separately:

require 'concurrent-edge'

If the library does not behave as expected, Concurrent.use_stdlib_logger(Logger::DEBUG) could help to reveal the problem.

Installation

gem install concurrent-ruby

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby', require: 'concurrent'

and run bundle install from your shell.

Edge Gem Installation

The Edge gem must be installed separately from the core gem:

gem install concurrent-ruby-edge

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby-edge', require: 'concurrent-edge'

and run bundle install from your shell.

C Extensions for MRI

Potential performance improvements may be achieved under MRI by installing optional C extensions. To minimise installation errors the C extensions are available in the concurrent-ruby-ext extension gem. concurrent-ruby and concurrent-ruby-ext are always released together with same version. Simply install the extension gem too:

gem install concurrent-ruby-ext

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby-ext'

and run bundle install from your shell.

In code it is only necessary to

require 'concurrent'

The concurrent-ruby gem will automatically detect the presence of the concurrent-ruby-ext gem and load the appropriate C extensions.

Note For gem developers

No gems should depend on concurrent-ruby-ext. Doing so will force C extensions on your users. The best practice is to depend on concurrent-ruby and let users to decide if they want C extensions.

Building the gem

Requirements

  • Recent CRuby
  • JRuby, rbenv install jruby-9.2.17.0
  • Set env variable CONCURRENT_JRUBY_HOME to point to it, e.g. /usr/local/opt/rbenv/versions/jruby-9.2.17.0
  • Install Docker, required for Windows builds

Publishing the Gem

  • Update version.rb
  • Update the CHANGELOG
  • Update the Yard documentation
    • Add the new version to docs-source/signpost.md. Needs to be done only if there are visible changes in the documentation.
    • Run bundle exec rake yard to update the master documentation and signpost.
    • Run bundle exec rake yard:<new-version> to add or update the documentation of the new version.
  • Commit (and push) the changes.
  • Use be rake release to release the gem. It consists of ['release:checks', 'release:build', 'release:test', 'release:publish'] steps. It will ask at the end before publishing anything. Steps can also be executed individually.

Maintainers

Special Thanks to

to the past maintainers

and to Ruby Association for sponsoring a project "Enhancing Ruby’s concurrency tooling" in 2018.

License and Copyright

Concurrent Ruby is free software released under the MIT License.

The Concurrent Ruby logo was designed by David Jones. It is Copyright © 2014 Jerry D'Antonio. All Rights Reserved.


Author: ruby-concurrency
Source code: https://github.com/ruby-concurrency/concurrent-ruby
License: View license

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Concurrent-ruby: Modern Concurrency tools for Ruby

Concurrent Ruby 

Modern concurrency tools for Ruby. Inspired by Erlang, Clojure, Scala, Haskell, F#, C#, Java, and classic concurrency patterns.

The design goals of this gem are:

  • Be an 'unopinionated' toolbox that provides useful utilities without debating which is better or why
  • Remain free of external gem dependencies
  • Stay true to the spirit of the languages providing inspiration
  • But implement in a way that makes sense for Ruby
  • Keep the semantics as idiomatic Ruby as possible
  • Support features that make sense in Ruby
  • Exclude features that don't make sense in Ruby
  • Be small, lean, and loosely coupled
  • Thread-safety
  • Backward compatibility

Contributing

This gem depends on contributions and we appreciate your help. Would you like to contribute? Great! Have a look at issues with looking-for-contributor label. And if you pick something up let us know on the issue.

You can also get started by triaging issues which may include reproducing bug reports or asking for vital information, such as version numbers or reproduction instructions. If you would like to start triaging issues, one easy way to get started is to subscribe to concurrent-ruby on CodeTriage. Open Source Helpers

Thread Safety

Concurrent Ruby makes one of the strongest thread safety guarantees of any Ruby concurrency library, providing consistent behavior and guarantees on all four of the main Ruby interpreters (MRI/CRuby, JRuby, Rubinius, TruffleRuby).

Every abstraction in this library is thread safe. Specific thread safety guarantees are documented with each abstraction.

It is critical to remember, however, that Ruby is a language of mutable references. No concurrency library for Ruby can ever prevent the user from making thread safety mistakes (such as sharing a mutable object between threads and modifying it on both threads) or from creating deadlocks through incorrect use of locks. All the library can do is provide safe abstractions which encourage safe practices. Concurrent Ruby provides more safe concurrency abstractions than any other Ruby library, many of which support the mantra of "Do not communicate by sharing memory; instead, share memory by communicating". Concurrent Ruby is also the only Ruby library which provides a full suite of thread safe and immutable variable types and data structures.

We've also initiated discussion to document memory model of Ruby which would provide consistent behaviour and guarantees on all four of the main Ruby interpreters (MRI/CRuby, JRuby, Rubinius, TruffleRuby).

Features & Documentation

The primary site for documentation is the automatically generated API documentation which is up to date with latest release. This readme matches the master so may contain new stuff not yet released.

We also have a IRC (gitter).

Versioning

  • concurrent-ruby uses Semantic Versioning
  • concurrent-ruby-ext has always same version as concurrent-ruby
  • concurrent-ruby-edge will always be 0.y.z therefore following point 4 applies "Major version zero (0.y.z) is for initial development. Anything may change at any time. The public API should not be considered stable." However we additionally use following rules:
    • Minor version increment means incompatible changes were made
    • Patch version increment means only compatible changes were made

General-purpose Concurrency Abstractions

  • Async: A mixin module that provides simple asynchronous behavior to a class. Loosely based on Erlang's gen_server.
  • ScheduledTask: Like a Future scheduled for a specific future time.
  • TimerTask: A Thread that periodically wakes up to perform work at regular intervals.
  • Promises: Unified implementation of futures and promises which combines features of previous Future, Promise, IVar, Event, dataflow, Delay, and (partially) TimerTask into a single framework. It extensively uses the new synchronization layer to make all the features non-blocking and lock-free, with the exception of obviously blocking operations like #wait, #value. It also offers better performance.

Thread-safe Value Objects, Structures, and Collections

Collection classes that were originally part of the (deprecated) thread_safe gem:

  • Array A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Array.
  • Hash A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Hash.
  • Set A thread-safe subclass of Ruby's standard Set.
  • Map A hash-like object that should have much better performance characteristics, especially under high concurrency, than Concurrent::Hash.
  • Tuple A fixed size array with volatile (synchronized, thread safe) getters/setters.

Value objects inspired by other languages:

Structure classes derived from Ruby's Struct:

  • ImmutableStruct Immutable struct where values are set at construction and cannot be changed later.
  • MutableStruct Synchronized, mutable struct where values can be safely changed at any time.
  • SettableStruct Synchronized, write-once struct where values can be set at most once, either at construction or any time thereafter.

Thread-safe variables:

  • Agent: A way to manage shared, mutable, asynchronous, independent state. Based on Clojure's Agent.
  • Atom: A way to manage shared, mutable, synchronous, independent state. Based on Clojure's Atom.
  • AtomicBoolean A boolean value that can be updated atomically.
  • AtomicFixnum A numeric value that can be updated atomically.
  • AtomicReference An object reference that may be updated atomically.
  • Exchanger A synchronization point at which threads can pair and swap elements within pairs. Based on Java's Exchanger.
  • MVar A synchronized single element container. Based on Haskell's MVar and Scala's MVar.
  • ThreadLocalVar A variable where the value is different for each thread.
  • TVar A transactional variable implementing software transactional memory (STM). Based on Clojure's Ref.

Java-inspired ThreadPools and Other Executors

  • See the thread pool overview, which also contains a list of other Executors available.

Thread Synchronization Classes and Algorithms

Deprecated

Deprecated features are still available and bugs are being fixed, but new features will not be added.

  • Future: An asynchronous operation that produces a value. Replaced by Promises.
    • .dataflow: Built on Futures, Dataflow allows you to create a task that will be scheduled when all of its data dependencies are available. Replaced by Promises.
  • Promise: Similar to Futures, with more features. Replaced by Promises.
  • Delay Lazy evaluation of a block yielding an immutable result. Based on Clojure's delay. Replaced by Promises.
  • IVar Similar to a "future" but can be manually assigned once, after which it becomes immutable. Replaced by Promises.

Edge Features

These are available in the concurrent-ruby-edge companion gem.

These features are under active development and may change frequently. They are expected not to keep backward compatibility (there may also lack tests and documentation). Semantic versions will be obeyed though. Features developed in concurrent-ruby-edge are expected to move to concurrent-ruby when final.

Actor: Implements the Actor Model, where concurrent actors exchange messages. Status: Partial documentation and tests; depends on new future/promise framework; stability is good.

Channel: Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP). Functionally equivalent to Go channels with additional inspiration from Clojure core.async. Status: Partial documentation and tests.

LazyRegister

LockFreeLinkedSet Status: will be moved to core soon.

LockFreeStack Status: missing documentation and tests.

Promises::Channel A first in first out channel that accepts messages with push family of methods and returns messages with pop family of methods. Pop and push operations can be represented as futures, see #pop_op and #push_op. The capacity of the channel can be limited to support back pressure, use capacity option in #initialize. #pop method blocks ans #pop_op returns pending future if there is no message in the channel. If the capacity is limited the #push method blocks and #push_op returns pending future.

Cancellation The Cancellation abstraction provides cooperative cancellation.

The standard methods Thread#raise of Thread#kill available in Ruby are very dangerous (see linked the blog posts bellow). Therefore concurrent-ruby provides an alternative.

Throttle A tool managing concurrency level of tasks.

ErlangActor Actor implementation which precisely matches Erlang actor behaviour. Requires at least Ruby 2.1 otherwise it's not loaded.

WrappingExecutor A delegating executor which modifies each task before the task is given to the target executor it delegates to.

Supported Ruby versions

  • MRI 2.2 and above
  • Latest JRuby 9000
  • Latest TruffleRuby

The legacy support for Rubinius is kept for the moment but it is no longer maintained and is liable to be removed. If you would like to help please respond to #739.

Usage

Everything within this gem can be loaded simply by requiring it:

require 'concurrent'

Requiring only specific abstractions from Concurrent Ruby is not yet supported.

To use the tools in the Edge gem it must be required separately:

require 'concurrent-edge'

If the library does not behave as expected, Concurrent.use_stdlib_logger(Logger::DEBUG) could help to reveal the problem.

Installation

gem install concurrent-ruby

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby', require: 'concurrent'

and run bundle install from your shell.

Edge Gem Installation

The Edge gem must be installed separately from the core gem:

gem install concurrent-ruby-edge

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby-edge', require: 'concurrent-edge'

and run bundle install from your shell.

C Extensions for MRI

Potential performance improvements may be achieved under MRI by installing optional C extensions. To minimise installation errors the C extensions are available in the concurrent-ruby-ext extension gem. concurrent-ruby and concurrent-ruby-ext are always released together with same version. Simply install the extension gem too:

gem install concurrent-ruby-ext

or add the following line to Gemfile:

gem 'concurrent-ruby-ext'

and run bundle install from your shell.

In code it is only necessary to

require 'concurrent'

The concurrent-ruby gem will automatically detect the presence of the concurrent-ruby-ext gem and load the appropriate C extensions.

Note For gem developers

No gems should depend on concurrent-ruby-ext. Doing so will force C extensions on your users. The best practice is to depend on concurrent-ruby and let users to decide if they want C extensions.

Building the gem

Requirements

  • Recent CRuby
  • JRuby, rbenv install jruby-9.2.17.0
  • Set env variable CONCURRENT_JRUBY_HOME to point to it, e.g. /usr/local/opt/rbenv/versions/jruby-9.2.17.0
  • Install Docker, required for Windows builds

Publishing the Gem

  • Update version.rb
  • Update the CHANGELOG
  • Update the Yard documentation
    • Add the new version to docs-source/signpost.md. Needs to be done only if there are visible changes in the documentation.
    • Run bundle exec rake yard to update the master documentation and signpost.
    • Run bundle exec rake yard:<new-version> to add or update the documentation of the new version.
  • Commit (and push) the changes.
  • Use be rake release to release the gem. It consists of ['release:checks', 'release:build', 'release:test', 'release:publish'] steps. It will ask at the end before publishing anything. Steps can also be executed individually.

Maintainers

Special Thanks to

to the past maintainers

and to Ruby Association for sponsoring a project "Enhancing Ruby’s concurrency tooling" in 2018.

Author: Ruby-concurrency
Source Code: https://github.com/ruby-concurrency/concurrent-ruby 
License: View license

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What is PUSH Protocol (PUSH) | What is PUSH Protocol token | What is PUSH token

PUSH is the next-generation, PoS based, Decentralized Governance Protocol. It is ultra-fast, secure, and reliable, based on Binance Smart Chain. Digital currency should be part of everyone, with huge staking rewards and real flexibility. PUSH Protocol unlocks the real value of the stake. The Stacking reward of PUSH is much higher than any other assets. (148% APY).

Choose A Wallet:

To send and receive PUSH, the first thing you need is a wallet. Visit our Downloads page and choose the best wallet for you. You can use any wallet, which supports Binance Smart Chain (Bep20) tokens.

Learn More About PUSH Stacking

1. Get Some PUSH

Before listing, PUSH can only be claimed from airdrop or you can participate in the initial coin holder program. Grab a limited amount of PUSH, before its original value.

2. Hold In Any BSC Wallet

Just deposit and hold any amount, in any BEP20 wallet, and yield PUSH up to 148% APY. The stacking reward will be automatically paid, every 15 days.

3. No Central Control, No Lock

Hold PUSH with no lock period. No central authority controls your stacking. The reward will be added to the address automatically.

Swap Your Tokens Of Multiple Blockchains

1. Major Blockchain Supported

PUSH Swap will support multiple blockchains tokens, in one decentralized swap. Just switch your network and connect your wallet and swap it. On the initial launch, ERC20, and BEP20 tokens will be supported.

2. Easy To Use, User Friendly

Basic to advanced structure option. Tradingview charts for detailed technical analysis. User-friendly and easy-to-use platform. Many problems, one solution.

3. Fast And Secure

BSC (Binance Smart chain) and Ethereum are the fastest blockchains, which confirm the transaction in a few seconds and minutes respectively. The swap will be completed in few seconds. Many decentralized wallets will be supported in Push Swap.

Hold BNB And Get Tickets.

Become Initial PUSH Holder

1. Choose Assets To Hold:

Select an asset with your own choice to maximize your ticket’s value. Different assets give different ticket’s value. Currently, two assets are supported. (Read more below).

2. Hold In Any BSC Wallet

Deposit and hold in any BEP20 wallet for up to 10 days, to eligible for a ticket. Ticket value is based on the amount of the token, you are holding. More days you hold, more ticket’s value.

3. Get Ticket

Enter Your BEP20 address below and then start holding for up to 10 days. Your given address will be registered for the ticket in the database.

4. Spend Tickets

Registered tickets will be used to purchase PUSH initially before listing. Only a limited amount of PUSH, proportionally to ticket value can be purchased.

4. Ticket Value

The ticket value is in Percentage % form. A specific percent of coin holding can only to used to purchase PUSH initially, this is Ticket Value. Different assets, different percentages.

Two Assets are  Supported

1. Hold BNB

BNB is Binance Coin. Hold it and get a ticket value of 10% of holding. This 10% of the holding amount is only eligible for PUSH initial purchase.

2. Hold BSC-USDT

USDT is a stable coin. Hold it and get a ticket value of 4% of holding. This 4% of the holding amount is only eligible for PUSH initial purchase.

Instructions:

» Recommended and maximum holding period is 10 days. (Less holding period will decrease the eligible percentage for purchase.).

» Maximum value of the ticket is 10% and 4% for BNB and USDT respectively.

» That specific amount of percentage will be used to purchase PUSH initially.

» Must submit your BSC wallet address (below) to register in the database before holding.

» Initial PUSH purchase will be starting on 1st April.

» Any question? Ask us on Twitter or join the Telegram group.

Get Some Coins:

**PUSH **is not officially listed on any crypto exchanger. PUSH will be listed in the 1st month of the 2nd quarter, 2021. Stay tuned. Still, want to get PUSH? Join free Airdrop (read more below), or become the initial coin holder.

Hold and Stack

Deposit and hold, any amount, in any BEP20 wallet, and yield PUSH up to 148% APY. The stacking reward will be automatically paid, every 15 days.

Products

Stacking

No coin lockup. Just hold and start staking in the world’s most secure and reliable decentralized wallets.

PUSH Swap

A Multi-Blockchain-based All-in-One Swap System. BSC, ERC-20, and many more blockchains Swap in One Platform.

BlockChain

Binance Smart Chain

This dual-chain architecture will empower its users to build their decentralized apps and digital assets on one blockchain and take advantage of the fast trading to exchange on the other.

Why Choose PUSH?

Low Fees

PUSH is a peer-to-peer digital currency that enables instant, near-zero cost payments to anyone in the world. A few cents trasaction fees.

Fast And Scalabe

Block time is approx 5 seconds. Transfer your funds within a few seconds, anywhere in the world.

Secure Network

The world’s secure blockchain network, Binance Smart Chain, enables people to send and receive very securely.

**Supply And **Distribution

Total Supply: 1,980,700,000 PUSH

Distributions:

Contract Address: 0x7e92315491a687430d3ca20e8f6417252d8cb4f3

Symbol: PUSH

Name: Push Protocol

Decimal: 18

Frequently Asked Questions - (FAQs)

1. What Is The Main Purpose Of PUSH?

PUSH is the Stacking optimizer. Allow people to get stacking rewards more than any normal cryptocurrency. 148% APY only? As PUSH stacking is decentralized, just depend on holding, therefore, it is very decent return for our investors.

2. What Is The Main Highlight Of PUSH Swap?

PUSH Swap is a multi-blockchain-based Swap. One initial launch, ERC-20 And BEP20 tokens will be supported. We will try our best to implement more blockchains in one swap.

3. Why We Are Giving Free PUSH?

We are nothing without you. It is necessary to develop a community of PUSH and distribute as much as rewards among them, for the circulation of PUSH.

4. When You Will Receive Your Free PUSH?

Free PUSH will be distributed before listing. By the way, we are not talking about decentralized listing. Once, PUSH lists to any centralized exchange, tokens will be distributed before it.

5. What Is The Worth Of 100 Free PUSH?

It will depend on market demand or market price. at the time of distribution. But our initial listing price is approximately $0.2. (0.0008 BNB, as per $250 per BNB).

Would you like to earn PUSH right now! ☞ CLICK HERE

How and Where to Buy PUSH?

You will have to first buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT)…

We will use Binance Exchange here as it is one of the largest crypto exchanges that accept fiat deposits.

Binance is a popular cryptocurrency exchange which was started in China but then moved their headquarters to the crypto-friendly Island of Malta in the EU. Binance is popular for its crypto to crypto exchange services. Binance exploded onto the scene in the mania of 2017 and has since gone on to become the top crypto exchange in the world.

Once you finished the KYC process. You will be asked to add a payment method. Here you can either choose to provide a credit/debit card or use a bank transfer, and buy one of the major cryptocurrencies, usually either Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Tether (USDT)

SIGN UP ON BINANCE

Step by Step Guide : What is Binance | How to Create an account on Binance (Updated 2021)

Next step - Transfer your cryptos to an Altcoin Exchange

Since PUSH is an altcoin we need to transfer our coins to an exchange that PUSH can be traded. Below is a list of exchanges that offers to trade PUSH in various market pairs, head to their websites and register for an account.

Once finished you will then need to make a BTC/ETH/USDT deposit to the exchange from Binance depending on the available market pairs. After the deposit is confirmed you may then purchase PUSH from the exchange: https://pushprotocol.com/initial-coin-holder

Apart from the exchange(s) above, there are a few popular crypto exchanges where they have decent daily trading volumes and a huge user base. This will ensure you will be able to sell your coins at any time and the fees will usually be lower. It is suggested that you also register on these exchanges since once PUSH gets listed there it will attract a large amount of trading volumes from the users there, that means you will be having some great trading opportunities!

Top exchanges for token-coin trading. Follow instructions and make unlimited money
https://www.binance.com
https://www.bittrex.com
https://www.poloniex.com
https://www.bitfinex.com
https://www.huobi.com
https://www.mxc.ai
https://www.probit.com
https://www.gate.io
https://www.coinbase.com

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🔺DISCLAIMER: Trading Cryptocurrency is VERY risky. Make sure that you understand these risks if you are a beginner. The Information in the post is my OPINION and not financial advice. You are responsible for what you do with your funds

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