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Achain was developed in 2015 by the Singapore-based non-profit organization, Achain Foundation, which is co-maintained by many other communities around the world.
Achain is presently at, what is termed by the team as, ‘Galaxy stage’, where it splits into multiple sub-chains to meet the need for different applications including insurance, e-documentation, cryptocurrency, record investigation, credit rating, and much more.
At INR 7.02 on 14 November 2017, ACT scaled up to INR 16.37 on 30 November 2017.
At INR 15.83 on 1 December 2017, ACT crawled up to INR 26.61 on 31 December 2017.
At INR 28.65 on 1 January 2018, ACT was seen trading at INR 29.43 on 31 January 2018.
At INR 31.27 on 1 February 2018, ACT slipped down to INR 25.52 on 27 February 2018.
To say that a new cryptocurrency is a fork and to make it forked version are two very different things. While Achain is a forking technology aimed at ensuring increased throughput and smart contract capability without the need for massive energy consumption. In addition, Achain uses a modified version of DPoS — RDPoS (Result-delegated Proof of Stake) to establish node consensus. Achain, thus aims at enhancing the security of the whole ecosystem by forking and using a cross-chain communication protocol.