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Privacy-Centric Coin XMR Splits Into Four Different Monero Protocols

Technology On April 6 the privacy-centric cryptocurrency monero (XMR) forked the protocol in order to make the digital asset’s mining ecosystem egalitarian. However, the hard fork has led to the birth of four monero-based blockchain branches all claiming to be the “original monero.” Also read: Bitcoin’s Value to Lose $44 Billion by Year’s End, Researchers Argue […]

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LydianCoin Offers 50% Discount to Crypto Community for 48 Hours, as Market Continues Its Efforts to Rebound

Bitcoinist.net · February 4, 2018 · 9:30 pm LydianCoin is currently LIVE with its ICO, with 10 days remaining. Due to the recent, cryptocurrency market fluctuation, the Company is offering the crypto community a 50% good-faith discount for the next 48 hours as the market rebounds from its current efforts. Lydian has recently announced its […]

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Karbo – Younger Brother of Monero with Extremely Low Fees and Mobile, Lite Wallets About to be Released – The Merkle

Cryptocurrency Karbo (formerly Karbowanec), was founded by Ukrainian volunteer and crypto enthusiasts as a free exchange medium – an egalitarian, decentralized system with improved privacy, in which the value of its units is based solely on demand and supply of the free market and where everyone can take part in the emission of the coins […]

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What Is Bytecoin? – The Merkle

Over the years, we have seen multiple privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies emerge. As most people are well aware, Monero seems to be holding all the best cards in this regard even though there is still room for improvement. Bytecoin is another project focusing on the same problem, even though its developers have done things slightly differently. Combining privacy with […]

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