Ohanacoin (OHC) will be ERC20 Compliant. Below is a brief history of Ethereum's ERC token and functional code for OHC.
ERC20 Tokens as explained by Hackernoon
In 2015, Ethereum issued technical specifications for tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. Tokens that conform to these specifications are known as ERC20 tokens. (ERC stands for Ethereum Request for Comments.)
In essence, ERC20 tokens are smart contracts that run on the Ethereum blockchain. While ERC20 tokens function within the framework set by the Ethereum team, the framework is broad enough to simultaneously allow developers considerable flexibility in the design and function of the tokens. Most tokens created through ICOs on Ethereum are ERC20 compliant.
The ERC20 standard has 6 functions and 2 events. The standard was created to enable interoperability across applications, exchanges, and interfaces. The functions describe how tokens can be transferred and how token-related data can be accessed. The events lay out formatting guidelines for transfers and approvals. Smart contracts on Ethereum, including all ERC20 contracts, are written in Solidity.