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SRC-20 Protocol

SRC-20 protocol introduces a novel method for data embedding within Bitcoin transactions. Unlike traditional Ordinals, SRC-20 tokens, also known as Stamps, leverage the UTXO model. This distinctive approach ensures the permanence and immutability of data within the Bitcoin blockchain.

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Permanence & Immutability

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Security & Reliability

SRC-20 tokens, commonly referred to as Stamps, are embedded directly into the UTXO set of the Bitcoin blockchain. This integration ensures the permanent and unchangeable nature of the data, providing a level of security and trust unparalleled by other methods

SRC-20 protocol enhances the security and reliability of data by preventing the removal or pruning of Stamps from the blockchain. This inherent permanence makes SRC-20 tokens a more secure and reliable choice for long-term storage of valuable digital assets and collectibles.

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Legal & Regulatory Compliance

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Efficiency & Scalability

Unalterable nature of SRC-20 tokens makes them highly reliable for legal and regulatory compliance. Industries such as finance, real estate, and law, where enduring records are crucial, can benefit from the tamper-proof and time-stamped nature of Stamps.

SRC-20 tokens are designed to occupy minimal space on the blockchain, ensuring they have a negligible impact on the overall efficiency and scalability of the Bitcoin network. This addresses growing concerns about blockchain bloat and network performance.

For several weeks, exchanges have shown great interest in the SRC20 protocol. Dozens of posts and articles are published every week, in which the SRC20 protocol is highlighted, and shown as the reference protocol for data storage, thanks to its storage directly on UTXOs. It is clear that in the very near future, exchanges and blockchain infrastructures (wallets) will integrate the protocol into their solution, and will subsequently list certain SRC20 tokens.

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