All You Need To Know About Fibrecoin
The failure of monetary policy to control national economies has perhaps never been more apparent. Various cryptocurrencies have sprung up over the last few years in hopes of solving this economic "800-pound gorilla." A major problem that many cryptos face is that while they claim to not be centrally-controlled, or even to be controllable, developers hold a significant amount of power over the direction the coins take; evidenced by the fact that developer abandonment is virtually synonymous with financial loss in the crypto world.
Fibrecoin, branding itself as "...a digital currency that aims to empower the people," wants to solve this problem. The original Fibre developers hope that adding three features to the coins culture can bring immunity from developer abandonment to Fibrecoin: an advisory board, a "social giveaway,"and developer agnosticism.
Concerning the Fibre Advisory Board - FibreBoard (from the Fibrecoin ANN thread):
Fibre will be the first digital currency to have an Advisory Board formed from it's community. The FibreBoard will be made up of 20 community member that have more than 20,000 Fibre. The FibreBoard will collectively make decisions on the future of Fibre and which features should be implemented. All major decisions affecting Fibre will be voted on by the board. The board members will be selected at random from the candidates that apply 14 days after the POW stage. (Source)
Regarding the Social Giveaway (form the Fibrecoin ANN thread):
To deliver on our promise of fair distribution we will be gifting 1% (10000 FIBRE) of the total mined coins to the community. All you need to do is socially interact with us by Liking, Following or tweeting us. There will be a maximum of 4 shares per person. The currency will be divided by the amount of shares allocated. (Source)
Regarding Developer Agnosticism (from the Fibrecoin ANN thread):
Fibre development is not tied to a single developer, this reduces the risk to investors as a developer leaving the team would not affect the development of Fibre. Eventually we hope to have a pool of developers working on various Fibre based projects. (Source)
FibreConnect - Secure, encrypted messaging between Fibre addresses.
FibreDark - Hides IP address and location while connected to the Fibre Network.
FibreOS - A small, anonymous operating system that fits on an USB drive.
For more information, visit the FibreCoin site.