The ADX offers commodity, forex, and cryptocurrencies all in one marketplace, which opens up the high frequency trading of these assets to anyone.
Ampera's vision is to build a barter system where real world assets can be traded through asset backed tokens. Each token can be held in personal wallets on a decentralized network.
Ampera is a cryptocurrency built with the strongest security standards and an advanced contract system which offers high flexibility.
Ampera is currently in beta and a planned released of September 2018. Initially crypto pairs will be offered on the ADX with asset pairs being added shortly after. The Ampera Wallet includes the following: full node, lite node, wallet management, miner, pool connection software, the ADX, contract scripting and execution system, and a built-in view for AxCore (The marketplace where asset-backed tokens can be bought and sold).
Ampera is capable of running 123 different assets simultaneously. Some of these are backed by futures contracts and others are backed by real world assets.
The Ampera Wallet allows a user to send transactions, manage their balance, change addresses, view recent transactions, print all transactions of their current address to an Excel readable format, trade on the ADX, connect to mining pools, and much more.
The Ampera Miner uses the SHA-3 512 (Keccak) algorithm, a high security hashing algorithm developed by an independent research group. This algorithm boasts much higher security than Bitcoin's SHA-2 256. Ampera also uses BrainpoolP512t1 and ED25519 key specs which provide the highest security for keys, with Brainpool offering quantum resistance and ED25519 offering side-channel resistance and high verification speed.