Serious issues affecting Htmlcoin Blockchain include:

- The CEO, Amando Boncales, is still waiting for HTML price to rise before he will pay two developers for their work in early 2022.

- A lack of a 2017 swap audit that was manually run by the CEO which allocated him the total premine amount of 80 billion HTML to disburse with no oversight or accounting.

- A current supply discrepancy due to a manually generated special block reward of about 13 billion HTML on block 106000.

- The CEO holds the keys to both the special block 106000 reward account and the CoinGather hack account the special reward was based on but yet denies accountability for either.

- An incorrect hard coded block number that sets the first halvening event which sets the max supply billions of HTML higher than officially listed in the whitepaper.

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