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Missed the PulseX Sacrifice? Here's what you need to know:

Unless you've been living under a rock or are very new to cryptocurrency in general, chances are you've heard of PulseX. If you've heard of PulseX, you probably know that over $1,000,000,000 has been sacrificed for freedom of movement and assembly, in exchange for PulseX Points. These PulseX "points" may be airdropped to users in the future, but it has been clearly stated not to have expectations from the work of others.

If you haven't heard of it, you're probably asking how its possible that over $1 Billion can be sacrificed for a new crypto technology and it wasn't being talked about by everyone. We know, this has been the case even since the beginning of Hex. You get used to it, sort of.

So what exactly is PulseX? PulseX is a decentralized exchange that will live on the Pulsechain Blockchain Network, which is a fork of Ethereum. Its creator, @RichardHeartWin , is airdropping users of Ethereum a 1:1 copy of anything they own on the Ethereum Network on to the Pulsechain network. So if you own #HEX for example Ethereum, you will get a duplicate of the exact amount you own that will live on the Pulsechain Network. I know, how is this not the biggest news in crypto, right?

Pulsechain will be a more eco-friendly network than Ethereum, with faster block times by up to 5 times, immensely cheaper fee's, has the "worlds Largest Airdrop", and is beating ETH 2.0 to market. This is where PulseX will live.