In the traditional "Proof of Work" model used by the majority of cryptocurrencies, network security is ensured by participants performing "work". They use their resources (calculation/processing time) to reconcile transactions with double costs and in order to impose extraordinary costs on those who attempt to collapse transactions. For this work, participants are awarded with PZM, and their frequency and amount vary depending on the working parameters of the cryptocurrency. This process is known as mining. The frequency of block generation, which determines each available reward for mining cryptocurrencies, as a rule, should remain constant.