Secure your (EXP) assets
Secure your Expanse assets with the most trusted hardware wallet. Cold storage wallets are typically encrypted devices that store users' Expanse assets offline, providing a layer of security against the evolving threats emerging from being connected to the Internet.
Secure your Expanse (EXP)
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How to manage your Expanse (EXP)
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What is Expanse (EXP)
Expanse is a standalone blockchain that is a hard fork of the Ethereum codebase. The network is a proof-of-work (PoW) smart contracts platform designed with decentralized applications as its primary use in areas from voting to token issuance.
The platform is open-source and has a fixed monetary policy derived from a static block reward. The EXP token is the native token of the network with a capped supply of 100 million.
Expanse (EXP) features
Expanse is a permissionless network for developers to build censorship-resistant applications. It uses a tweaked version of Ethereum’s Virtual Machine for executing smart contracts, and offers extensive mining and developer documentation to help onboard users.
One of Expanse’s most high-profile dapps is called VoteLock, which is a transparent, blockchain-based e-voting system that preserves voter privacy. TokenLab, another dapp on the network works as an incubator for bringing ideas from concept to market on the Expanse network.
Expanse has partnered with firms like Guarda Wallet, Blockfolio, and Century Link.
Despite having a max capped supply of 100 million EXP, the current total supply is just under 19.5 million, with roughly 10.5 million EXP in circulation.