First and foremost, BitShares claims to be a more efficient way to secure the Blockchain and carry out transactions while providing a profit for the various players in the process. BitShares claims to deliver these services (which Bitcoin provides through "mining") at only a fraction of its traditional cost, without taking the risk of consolidating mining clusters and the costs associated with decentralization.
Bitshares price in September 2017
After hitting 10.74 INR, there was a decline in the price of Bitshares. In addition, it rose and stabilized at 5.51 INR following the release of the biggest Bitshares network. Bitshares experienced a hard-fork just like Bitcoin too and had introduced a privacy-focused transaction.
Bitshares price in October 2017
Bitshares team had released their Android wallet however BTS took a downturn and hence BTS started at 5.31 INR on 1st October 2017 and dropped to 4.64 INR on 31st October 2017.
Bitshares price in November 2017
Bitshares gateway was launched and from 4.12 INR on 1st November 2017 BTS peaked towards 8.67 INR on 30th November 2017.
Bitshares price in December 2017
Bitshares released a protocol update to its network named BSIP18, there was an increase in its smart coin supply volume, ICO Eristica had migrated to Bitshares network. And after a spectacular developmental phase BTS started off at 8.68 INR on 2nd December 2017 and finally was reflecting 137.39 INR on 29th December 2017.
Bitshares price in January 2018
BTS started off at INR 49.77 on 1 January 2018 and finally was reflecting INR 24.90 on 31 January 2018.
Bitshare price in February 2018
BTS started off at INR 24.30 on 1 February 2018 and dipped low to INR 13.58 on 26 February 2018.
BitShares' plan is to replace the current, traditional "proof-of-work" with a pure form of "proof-of-stake". To see the pure form of a "proof of stake" chain in action look at Nxt. The BitShares blockchain will inherit several improvements made in Nxt's but using a relatively different approach. First, instead of lending a cryptocurrency and sharing the block rewards as in Nxt, BitShares will use a delegated proof of stake (DPoS) system. BitShares users will vote to choose which delegates will take on this task. Another difference between BitShares and Nxt is the way they will handle the large volume of movements and users. Nxt introduces transparent forging i.e. users will know in advance which nodes will be used for next transactions in the blockchain. They will send their transactions directly to be authorized by them to save time and speed up the network. On the contrary, in the BitShares system, these nodes will be known much further, thanks to the delegate system.