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Accoladecoin is a 3rd generation cryptocurrency that provides secure, private, lightning fast payments and pays the user for owning it!

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Accolade coin is digital reward and application platform for driving the advertising and other industry which gives rewards to others. There are lots of incentive based advertising platform which gives incentive in form of data and some other means. The project aims to become a global reward system, enabling developers and merchants to use the API and give the accolade to their users. In future, this can be social reward where If someone like the video may give accolade to the publisher of video instead of just clicking like button or thumbs up button. Users will be able to login in social platform and share coin as token of appreciation, love and rewards with their friend circle.

Technical Specifications




POW and POS provides protection to the Accolade network from malicious attacks and provides the staking mechanism that generates revenue for Accolade users.




Masternodes get paid with 50% of the block rewards to increase the stability and security of the blockchain.




90 Sec/block
Difficulty adjusts every block
Coin Maturity 80 Blocks
Min. stake age 24 hours

Downloads/ Resources

Mac Wallet


Linux Wallet


Windows Wallet



90 Seconds

Block Time

50% / 50%

Masternode and Staking Reward

25000 Acco


See the stats and returns of Acco masternodes at


Linux Guide

Check a guide to setup masternodes to work in cold wallet style in a Linux VPS.

Windows Guide

Check a guide to setup multiple masternodes in a Windows environment



What are the benefits of proof of stake as opposed to proof of work?

No need to consume large quantities of electricity in order to secure a blockchain (eg. it’s estimated that both Bitcoin and Ethereum burn over $1 million worth of electricity and hardware costs per day as part of their consensus mechanism).

Because of the lack of high electricity consumption, there is not as much need to issue as many new coins in order to motivate participants to keep participating in the network. It may theoretically even be possible to have negative net issuance, where a portion of transaction fees is “burned” and so the supply goes down over time.

Proof of stake opens the door to a wider array of techniques that use game-theoretic mechanism design in order to better discourage centralized cartels from forming and, if they do form, from acting in ways that are harmful to the network (eg. like selfish mining in proof of work).

Reduced centralization risks, as economies of scale are much less of an issue. $10 million of coins will get you exactly 10 times higher returns than $1 million of coins, without any additional disproportionate gains because at the higher level you can afford better mass-production equipment.

Ability to use economic penalties to make various forms of 51% attacks vastly more expensive to carry out than proof of work – to paraphrase Vlad Zamfir, “it’s as though your ASIC farm burned down if you participated in a 51% attack”.

What is Proof of Stake

Proof of Stake (PoS) is a category of consensus algorithms for public blockchains that depend on a validator’s economic stake in the network. In proof of work (PoW) based public blockchains (e.g. Bitcoin and the current implementation of Ethereum), the algorithm rewards participants who solve cryptographic puzzles in order to validate transactions and create new blocks (i.e. mining). In PoS-based public blockchains (e.g. Ethereum’s upcoming Casper implementation), a set of validators take turns proposing and voting on the next block, and the weight of each validator’s vote depends on the size of its deposit (i.e. stake). Significant advantages of PoS include security, reduced risk of centralization, and energy efficiency.

In general, a proof of stake algorithm looks as follows. The blockchain keeps track of a set of validators, and anyone who holds the blockchain’s base cryptocurrency (in Ethereum’s case, ether) can become a validator by sending a special type of transaction that locks up their ether into a deposit. The process of creating and agreeing to new blocks is then done through a consensus algorithm that all current validators can participate in.

There are many kinds of consensus algorithms, and many ways to assign rewards to validators who participate in the consensus algorithm, so there are many “flavors” of proof of stake. From an algorithmic perspective, there are two major types: chain-based proof of stake and BFT-style proof of stake.

It’s been longer than 24 hours, even 30+ hours and I’m still not staking. What do I do?

1.) Close the Accolade wallet, reopen, test. 2.) If that doesn’t work, backup data and follow this tutorial. 3.) If that does not work, there is a slight change you might’ve gotten a corrupt DeepOnion wallet. Navigate to downloads and get a fresh copy, then follow the tutorial mentioned above. 4.)If that STILL does not work, try importing your wallet on a different computer. 5.) If you still have no success starting the staking process on DeepOnion, it’s a 99.99% chance you’re doing something incorrectly. Go back, follow the wallet installation tutorial and the staking tutorial and try again.

How long does it take before my coins will begin the staking process?

24 hours. SOMETIMES it might take a little longer. Until then, your wallet will show “Not staking due to immature coins

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