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Binance Coin (BNB)
Binance Coin is the native token of the BC, and was launched in July 2017, initially as an ERC-20 token. Transactions on BC burns BNB tokens, according to a fee schedule roughly every three months. From the initial maximum supply of 200 million, burns will continue until supply reaches 100 million. BNB is a BEP-2 token, the native token stand of the BC.
As the native token, BNB serves as the gas fees for transactions on BC, issuance costs for new assets, minting and burning costs and more. BNB also powers the BSC, and is used for delegated staking on the authority validator. For Binance.com users, BNB can also be used to pay for trading fees on the exchange.
Binance Smart Chain (BSC)
Here are some of the attributes of BSC:
While it runs in parallel with BC,Binance Smart Chain is a standalone blockchain. This means that even if BC stops operating, BSC will continue to run its technical and business functions.
Smart contracts, which are Ethereum-compatible, are supported by BSC. Through this feature, developers can build or migrate DApps, tools and other ecosystem components on the BSC network without much friction.
Supports Staking and Community-Based Governance
The platform runs on a proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus model, specifically, proof-of-staked-authority. BSC’s native token, the Binance Coin (BNB), can be staked to contribute to network security and vote on community governance protocols. Its PoS model also enables it to process transactions faster, putting it above networks that still implement full proof-of-work (PoW) systems.