1. What is Rhine (RIN)?

RIN is a digital token issued by smart contracts on the Rhine blockchain that has a stable value. 1000 RIN is equal to 1 BTC.

2. How do we secure RIN?

Every RIN token in circulation is backed by corresponding digital assets in the basket of digital currency. The digital assets will be recorded in the blockchain.

3. What features does RIN offer?

RIN is a digital asset that is pegged to the price of a basket of digital currency. It can be used for exchanging value, pricing and exchanging assets, settling trade, determining barter prices, making retail payments, and hedging against risk or inflation.

4. What is Global Gold Token (GDT)?

GDT is an identity and utility token used by the Rhine blockchain community. GDT is limited in supply, with a fixed issuance of 1.8 billion tokens.

5. What features does GDT have?

The price of GDT reflects the value of the Rhine community. By holding GDT, community members can reap the benefits of the Rhine ecosystem, including the right to buy miners at a discount, concessionary electronic price for miner hosting, invest in digital asset, discount on mining pool fees, discount on supply chain finance service fee, submit proposals to the foundation, participate in votes, and earn rewards.

6. How can users earn GDT tokens?

We issues GDT tokens to community members that help to develop its ecosystem, proportionate to their level of involvement. For example, members can earn GDT when they buy RIN, pay with RIN, invest in Rhine projects, or participate in community activities. Alternatively, users can also buy GDT in the secondary market. Also, users can get GDT in application incentives: trading, mining, voting, lock-up, pledge.

7. Are RIN and GDT linked?

RIN and GDT constitute a proprietary dual-token ecosystem developed by Rhine Holdings. Under this model, adoption of the RIN token increases the value of GDT, which further drives RIN adoption.