BitGreen total supply of is fixed at 21,000,000, just like Bitcoin.
BitGreen is based on PIVX and has been modified to utilize both proof-of-stake and masternode consensus.
BitGreen maximum energy consumption is 25,754,400.00 kWh, or 0.06% of Bitcoin’s current consumption.
BitGreen's transaction fees will forever be low, and the network will remain high throughput.
BitGreen is using a revolutionary new consensus mechanism called 'The Green Protocol'. It is an energy efficient, extremely fast proof-of-stake and masternode mining agreement. It's valid and sustainable replacement for Bitcoin’s current proof-of-work algorithm. BitGreen has extremely low fees, with an average transaction fee of less than $0.04 (assuming a price of $20,000 per BITG). This is significantly lower than Bitcoin’s. Due to fact that BitGreen is using masternodes - it allows for PrivateSend and InstantSend. This functionality enables BitGreen to act as an extremely fast and optionally private transactional currency, this feat is simply not possible for original Bitcoin given its slow transaction times and high fees.
BitGreen is not only a cryptocurrency. Its also the BitGreen Foundation is an organization created to bring awareness to Bitcoin’s sustainability issues. BitGreen Foundation will focus on education, teaching the public about cryptocurrencies and providing resources for investors and developers to learn about alternatives to proof-of-work. The BitGreen Foundation believes in a future without proof-of-work cryptocurrencies. On tof the most interesting features of BitGreen is the decentralized governance protocol. As 5% of the network’s block rewards go to a network-locked address, or pool, the governance protocol allows any masternode to submit a proposal for how to use the pool’s funds and put it up to a vote.
BitGreen developers plan and ideas for the future: community proposal introduction, decentralized crowdfunding protocol development, mobile staking development, Electrum Wallet release, whitepaper update and much more.