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Last updated 28/09/2022

Official Website: https://nuls.io/

What is NULS (NULS)?

Similar to a blockchain network for proof of credit, NULS supports smart contracts. It focuses on using sidechains to develop a configurable blockchain architecture. Due to its cross-chain consensus, it is also interoperable with different blockchains.

Simply said, NULS is a blockchain project focused on microservices that offers businesses a platform to develop and deploy DApps (Decentralized Applications) to address various problems. It enables its users to lock a certain quantity of tokens to run a network node using the PoC (Proof of Credit) consensus process. 

Therefore, NULS is a straightforward microservices-driven blockchain project that mines through staking using the PoC (Proof of Credit) consensus mechanism. A microservices-based framework called NULSSTAR, part of the NULS (NULS) modular design, is said to be able to support enterprise-grade blockchain solutions for private chains, smart contracts, public chains, dApps, and NRC-20 tokenizations. 


The team behind Nuls has a wealth of experience and expertise with blockchain technology. They share a mindset and goal in developing a blockchain to promote use of blockchain technology, which is perhaps even more significant. 

Jason Zhang, the project's primary developer and co-founder, has more than 7 years of programming expertise. A large portion of money was used to build security systems for dozens of Chinese banks. He now has a thorough understanding of almost all cryptographic methods, PKI standards, and PKCS standards as a result of his efforts. 

In addition, we can also mention Kim Vo, Essam Elmir, Eugin Lee, Niels Wang, who also participated in the development of the Nuls network.




  • Nabox ecosystem wallet supports multiple chains (Complete) 
  • NULS ecosystem NerveDEX is Launched (Complete) 
  • Realize ETH and ERC20 assets across many chains and integrate them into the NULS network (Complete)


  • Develop multi-chain explorer plug-in wallet 
  • Support the development of NFT ecosystem projects through POCM platform 
  • Support NerveDEX integration on Nabox 
  • Launch BTC/ETH/NULS and other cross-chain assets lending 


  • Develop ChainBox Alliance Chain 
  • Launch cross-chain assets lending application 
  • Support signature of Ledger hardware wallet 
  • NULS Brand refresh + Website update 
  • Update NULSTAR microservice management module function 
  • Smart contract module compatibility with EWASM enabled


  • Road to NULS 3.0 

Where to Store NULS (NULS)

NULS core team have developed a wallet called NULS wallet for the best experience and interoperability. It is availbe both as a Web wallet and a desktop application. 

Software wallet providers such as Trust Wallet are great for storing, sending and receiving NULS. It is always recommended that you ensure using a secure wallet, create back-ups and store any sensitive recovery information in addition to completing your own research and due diligence into any service you are looking to use. 

Another option is MetaMask, a leading browser wallet extension popular amongst DeFi platforms, operating as a Multichain Wallet Google Chrome Extension. By adopting MetaMask as your wallet provider this will enable you to interact with various features of the DeFi platform. 

Where to Buy and Sell NULS (NULS) 

You can Buy & Sell NULS (NULS) by heading over to the Buy Coins page of our website. NULS (NULS) is available on BC Bitcoin trading against major fiat currencies: GBP and EUR. Buying NULS (NULS) has never been easier, simply place your order and provide your wallet address. Once your payment arrives NULS (NULS) will be sent directly to your wallet. 

If you choose to Sell NULS (NULS) you can send us the coins and receive a payment to your bank account. Details and valuation can be found on our Sell Coins page. 

NULS (NULS) Resources 

Website: https://nuls.io/ 

Block Explorer: https://nulscan.io/ 

Github: https://github.com/nuls-io 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nuls 

Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is intended for informational purposes only. It is the readers responsibility to complete their own research and due diligence.  

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