OverviewiOC (Coin I/O) is currently in constant development, upgrading its open source blockchain protocol to host a completely private cryptocurrency. Enable fully confidential, decentralized peer-to-peer digital payments. iOC currently powers Dapps (decentralized applications) that leverage a full range of features from encrypted document storage, encrypted transfer, identity storage to a fully encrypted messaging system. Profile iOC was right, released on July 24, 2014. iOC is a privacy-based blockchain and cryptocurrency ecosystem. iOC was initially released through the POW X11 algorithm. The difficult extraction period lasted 2 weeks. This was to properly and fairly distribute 16 million coins before moving to its exclusive Proof-of-Stake Encryption flavor. There are approximately 18 million iOCs in circulation with a cap of 22 million. The remaining iOCs are minted through the POS rewards system for participants working on transaction confirmation. Participants also receive transaction fees from the chain's services. There is no government model. The IOC community values freedom. The project was built with a free, fair and decentralized spirit. iOC was launched without any Initial Coin Offering (ICO) or Premine. In 2015, iOC was the first project to abandon the Bitcoin QT wallet and replaced it with a "fully decentralized" HTML5/JS-based single UI wallet. Along with IONS DNS. In 2016, the iOC community and developers formed the I/O Digital foundation to raise awareness of the open source public blockchain, as has been done with Bitcoin, Litecoin, and a few other projects launched by the fair. In 2017, I/O developers updated the iOC blockchain protocol with the codename DIONS "Decentralized Input Output Name Server" further enhancing the core platform for hosting decentralized applications. With the launch of DIONS, the iOC blockchain has enabled identity storage. Users can store their personal ID and have full control over who can see it and who they want to share it with. It also allows for the storage of artwork and images, including deeds, copyrights, trademarks, proof of ownership, data, and much more. All fully encrypted, fully controlled by users' private keys. Additionally, blockchain-enabled features include private and public identities, stealth addresses, 1MB AES 256 encrypted data/document capabilities (upload, transfer via private users), along with AES 256 encrypted instant messaging. O has also enabled and increased lock capacity by 4MB with confirmation times of up to 16 seconds. Along with our random stakeout features. Ensuring that even underweight users will always see a reward for their work. In 2019, iOC's primary focus continued on a strong path towards privacy for all. Be sure to serve as an economic and social platform based on privacy. This is expanding its mechanism based on privacy in the "NightHawk" ring signature encryption of the Zero Knowledge and Anon balance protocol. The NightHawk protocol is currently on hold as the team embarks on developing Non Turing Complete smart contracts for distribution in 2021. The team will follow up with a project codenamed "Chameleon: A Scalable Entropy-Based Molecular Graph Registry, for advanced multi-blockchain interoperability and implement our scalable virtual machine and abstract I/O smart contract ecosystem." The team will follow Chameleon with DIOEX. Essentially creating a completely private, secure and completely decentralized economic ecosystem, iOC is a completely decentralized global cryptocurrency managed by the I/O Digital Foundation and the iOC World Wide Community.