Privacy Focused Decentralized Banking.

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Cache in a Nutshell.

The consensus process is balanced out by a hybrid PoW/PoS algorithm, pairing the advantages of each process to create a secure platform. This makes the system less prone to double-spend attacks and improving overall security. The computational efficiency of our network is powered by key code design features like forward and backward compatibility, component-based modular structure, and asynchronous core architecture. The extensive testing our system has undergone minimizes the issues often encountered in the early days of any project. This makes the Cache network stable and release-ready from the day one. The transactions between Cache network members are made untraceable with ring signatures and stealth addresses. Also, the way transaction data is stored on the blockchain allows access by authorized parties only, and none of the private data is ever publicly published. The confidentiality of all Cache transactions is hard-coded into the core. By concealing all sending and receiving addresses as we have maximized the level of privacy for every Cache user.

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Cache has 2 minute block times. This means that all payments are processed within them 2 minutes.

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Users can earn from 0.41% to a staggering 8% APR if they decide to deposit coins into the blockchain.

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Every transaction, every deposit, every withdraw and every message you send on the Cache blockchain is private.
Privacy should not be an option.

Cache deposits.

As well as being able to send transactions to your uncle billy or auntie annie, you can safely deposit your Cache with some interest rate. In general, this feature allows users to deposit a portion of their $CXCHE on to the Cache Blockchain for certain periods and thrn after the chosen period has finished, they can withdraw it back with some interest as a part of main Cache supply. Banking for a longer period gives users a bigger interest rate as they're willing to wait the tim. Banking is broken up in 5 tiers with each tier varying in APR %.
If you scroll down to the Frequently Asked Questions section, you will be able to read about all 5 tiers.


Open Source Cache.

Every bit of software created by Cache is publicly accessable to anybody via open source code websites such as GitHub. This lets users feel safe about using software that has value with it and giving them the confidence that there is no mallacious code in the backend. Although Cache developers work deep within the Blockchain code, there is no way for the said mallacious software to enter the codebase and comprimise the Blockchain. External work that gets contributed to Cache goes through a series of set tests to ensure it is legitimate. Anybody is able to contribute to Cache this way, not just to the Blockchain code but to everything else around it also.


Guides To Help You Learn.

To help you learn more about the in's and out's of Cache's software, there have been guides written for normal users and developers. One of the best ways to learn is from the experiences of others and that is why the guides can be imporved by Cache users.

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Frequently Asked Questions
About Our Software

Nobody owns the Cache network much like no one owns the technology behind email. Cache is controlled by all Cache users around the world, "Cachers". While developers are improving the software, they can't force a change in the Cache protocol. In order to stay compatible with each other, all users need to use software complying with the same rules. Cache can only work correctly with a complete consensus among all users. Therefore, all users and developers have a strong incentive to protect this consensus.

You can mine Cache either via the core daemon client if you want to solo-mine against the rest of the network, or by using mining software with "Cache Hash" support to mine in a pool with other miners, combining your hashes to find blocks together for a split reward.
Currently, only SRB-Miner and XmrigCC have official support of this algorithm.

Currently, this feature is only implemented into the Desktop wallet application. Once the wallet has finished synchronizing, you will then be able to click the "Send Message" option within the side menu and continue to send private messages over the blockchain with an optional "Self-Destruct" to delete the message after X blocks.

To create an offline wallet, or a "Cold Wallet" as it most-commonly reffered to, then you would head on over to the Paper Wallet website, turn your internet connection off an hit generate wallet until you feel comftable. You can also download the original source code for the website and generate a wallet that way... Your choice.

Currently, this feature is only implemented in our Desktop wallet application. Once the wallet has finished synchronizing, you will then be able to click the "Banking" option within the side menu and continue to create a deposit.

Cache is as virtual as the credit cards and online banking networks people use everyday. Cache can be used to pay online and in physical stores just like any other form of money. Cache balances are stored in a large distributed network, and they cannot be fraudulently altered by anybody. In other words, Cache users have exclusive control over their funds and $cxche cannot vanish just because they are virtual.

Tier 1 Tier 2 Tier 3 Tier 4 Tier 5
Principal < 5,000 5,000 - 9,999 10,000 - 14,999 15,000 - 19,999 > 20,000
Minimum Interest 0.41% 0.45% 0.49% 0.53% 0.57%
Maximum Interest 6.00% 6.50% 7.00% 7.50% 8.00%
Address Prefix cxche
Max Supply 300,000,000
Foundation Fund 15,000,000
Decimal 5
Block Fee 0.00100
Block Time 120 seconds
Min Bank Term 1 month
Max Bank Term 12 months
Min Bank APR % 0.408%
Max Bank APR % 8%

Meet Our Core Team Members

Jack (Effy)

Founder / Developer / Social Media Moderator

Mark (Tastiger)

Community Manager / Backend Services / Developer

And meet other members Helping Cache.

James (Synku/Menutra)

Discord Community Moderator

Eskal (LetsHash.It Team)

Supporting Partner / Public Node Operator


Public Node Operator

Our Recent Blog Posts


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Timeline and Milestones

  • Cache Hash Aug 20
    To make sure there are no ASIC or FPGA machines mining Cache, we have taken the steps to modify a pre-existing algorithm to create what is essentially a new algorithm. There is also Mining & Pool software for this algorithm but not from it's official base yet. The modified software is completely open source and it can be found on GitHub.
  • Testnet Sep 20 - Nov 20
    It is standard for any new network to under-go a testnet stage before they initially launch a new Blockchain. This is to potentially fix any problems that may arise during the early blocks of the Blockchain. All the coins from the testnet are absolutely worthless and in no way represent any sort of value, nor can they be swapped for the real, Mainnet asset.
  • Mainnet. Nov 20
    After 22,000 blocks had been mined on the testnet network, the Cache team and community felt confident about launching Cache's mainnet asset. Cache was launched fairly on the 15th November 2020.
  • Cache Mobile. TBA
    Giving you the ability to interact with the Cache Blockchain via mobile device.
  • Cache Web. TBA
    Giving you the ability to interact with the Cache Blockchain within a browser for quick access.
  • Multi-Sig Wallets. TBA
    Multi-signature, or multisig, is a wallet configuration that requires at least two keys to authorize a transaction. Commonly used by cryptocurrency exchanges to ensure funds can't be moved by a rogue employee, multisig also has applications for end-users. A multisig wallet is a wallet shared by two or more users called copayers. Depending on the kind of wallet, the number of signatures required to sign a transaction will be lower or equal to the number of copayers of the wallet.
  • Hardware Wallet Support. TBA
    Hardware wallets are special types of wallets that make use of a secure hardware device to store a user's private keys. ... Users simply plug in their devices to any internet enabled device. They enter a pin, initiates a transaction, and then confirms to send the cryptocurrency.
  • Community Governance. TBA
    Community governance focuses on power that communities exercise in order to achieve policy outcomes that suit their needs. To fund this, we will set aside part of the foundation fund each year. We then would deposit the funds set aside on to the Cache blockchain for the maximum of 1 year. Once the deposit has matured over 12 months, and the intrested has been gain, then the reward would be split into the 2 funds equally. 50% back to the Foundation fund and 50% in to the Governance fund.
  • Cache Social Platform. TBA
    The Cache developers have an idea to create a decentralized community social platform that can be accessed from any machine that is online. This platform may or may not be on-chain with Cache's blockchain but that's because decentralization isn't soley blockchain based.
  • Cache Card. TBA
    A bank card is typically a plastic card issued by a bank to its clients that performs one or more of a number of services that relate to giving the client access to bank account. In our instance, we would be able to replace the usage of banks and any form of centralized entity. Your wallet, and only you, would have control of the assets on the card.
  • Cache ID. TBA
    Wallet addresses for Cache are formed using a random string of 99 letters and numbers, starting with cxche, and this can be hard to memorize. Cache ID would allow you to send a transfer to instead of cxcheABC123..., making it even easier for normal users to send transactions.