1. | definition
A mining process by which coins are distributed unevenly or unfairly, usually by a large portion of the maximum supply being mined during the launch of the cryptocurrency. Sometimes this is a result of mining difficulty not readjusting as predicted and miners being able to find blocks and gain block rewards much faster than expected.
1.1 > Ex.
Dash (DASH) underwent an instamine at launch for the first 48 hours. Due to an issue with readjusting difficulty, about 10% of the total supply of Dash was mined within the first 2 days.
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