Why dishonest?

The mining rewards of 611 coin are not hidden; it's full open source on GitHub:

https://github.com/fflo/sixeleven/blob/master.611/src/611.cpp [line 204]
int64 GetNetworkFee(int nHeight)
{
// Speed up network fee decrease 4x starting at 24000
// if (nHeight >= 24000)
// nHeight += (nHeight - 24000) * 3;
// if ((nHeight >> 13) >= 60)
// return 0;
// int64 nStart = 50 * COIN;
// if (fTestNet)
// nStart = 10 * CENT;
// int64 nRes = nStart >> (nHeight >> 13);
// nRes -= (nRes >> 14) * (nHeight % 8192);
// return nRes;
// the standard network fee is 6.11 cent
int64 nStart = 611 * CENT / 100;
// it will decrease by factor two every 2^18 or 262144 blocks
int64 nNetFee = nStart >> (nHeight >> 18);
nNetFee -= (nNetFee >> 19) * (nHeight % 262144);
// but is was fixed for the very early developers
if (nHeight <= 10110)
nNetFee = 611 * CENT / 100;
if (nHeight <= 2880)
nNetFee = 611 * CENT / 1000;
if (fTestNet)
nNetFee = 1 * CENT;
return nNetFee;
}

All transactions (and even the name operations) can be checked with the 611 Block Explorer: https://be.611.to

611 is up and running perfectly stable since 2015. As far as I know the DNS service had no downtime since 2015!

Dev is still actively developing this coin with a good level of trust at BCT.
611 is trading at a stable level since months on https://www.c-cex.com/?p=611-btc

I agree with you that 611 coin should be traded with cautiousness, but that's not the topic of this blog post.

As a crypto coin based DNS, 611 is up and running great since almost two years. As far as I know there is no other crypto coin based DNS supporting any Internet connected device at almost no cost.

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