PulseChain Burn Address Explained: Understanding the Mechanics and Benefits

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PulseChain Burn Address

The PulseChain Burn Address is 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000369

The final three digits of ‘369’ represent the average annual inflation rate of the Hex system.

What is the PulseChain Burn?

The PulseChain Burn refers to a scenario when tokens are sent to the PulseChain Null Address with the purpose of removing them permanently from circulating supply.

For example, PLSX, from the buy and burn function of PulseX, is sent to this address to be removed from the market forever.

PulseChain validators have also been burning PLS at this address.

GoPulse is a great website for viewing the burn value of $PLS, $PLSX and $INC.

Direct information about the burn address can be found here:


What is a Burn Address Used For?

A burn address, also known as a black hole address, is a special type of cryptocurrency address that is intentionally created to receive funds that are sent with the purpose of destroying them permanently. In other words, the funds sent to a burn address are effectively taken out of circulation and become unspendable.

The primary purpose of a burn address is to reduce the overall supply of a particular cryptocurrency. This process is often employed as a deflationary mechanism to increase the scarcity and value of the remaining tokens or coins in circulation. By removing a portion of the cryptocurrency from circulation, the supply-demand dynamics are affected, potentially leading to price appreciation.

Burn addresses are typically generated using cryptographic algorithms and can be created for various cryptocurrencies. Once a burn address is created, it is publicly shared, allowing users to voluntarily send their tokens or coins to that address if they choose to do so. However, it's important to note that sending funds to a burn address is irreversible, and those funds cannot be recovered or accessed by anyone.

What Tokens Are Used in the PulseChain Burn?

The PulseChain Burn Address is full of 3 different categories of coins:

  1. $PLSX from the PulseX Buy and Burn function
  2. $PLS from the voluntary PulseChain validator burn
  3. Random PRC20 tokens which have been sent to the burn address with the purpose of getting eyeballs on those projects.

The Ethereum Null Address experiences the same style of airdrop marketing from random ERC20 projects. This burn address has over 200 different tokens as well as $ETH.

What is the PulseX Buy and Burn?

The PulseX Buy and Burn is a “fee scrape” which takes 21% of the trading fees and sends them to the PulseChan burn address.

You can find statistics on the PulseX Buy and Burn here

The purpose of this is to reduce the circulating supply of PLSX forever. 

In less than a day after PulseChain launch, over 4 billion PLSX has been used in the buy and burn function.

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Connor is a US-based digital marketer and writer. He has a diverse military and academic background, but developed a passion over the years for blockchain and DeFi because of their potential to provide censorship resistance and financial freedom. Connor is dedicated to educating and inspiring others in the space, and is an active member and investor in the Ethereum, Hex, and PulseChain communities.

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