Vertcoin VTC

$0.3698
Market Cap $ 17.844 MM (#141)
24h Volume $ 6.928 MM
Chg. 24h: -9.41%
Algo. score 3.8/5  (#77)
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Audio version of the latest episode of Vertcoin Talk has now...

Audio version of the latest episode of Vertcoin Talk has now been uploaded. https://t.co/izfsylNGNa RSS feed shou… https://t.co/HkrGAjCOS5

3 days ago

@Randalfio @CoinomiWallet I would advise to mine to the Vert...

@Randalfio @CoinomiWallet I would advise to mine to the Vertcoin Core wallet. The core wallet is designed to accep… https://t.co/5BDGR0ePWE

17 days ago

Monero Digital Asset Report: XMR Token Review and Investment Grade

Monero Digital Asset Report: Introduction Monero is a decentralized open-source cryptocurrency that focuses primarily on privacy and fungibility. The project aims to become electronic cash for a connected world. A key feature for Monero is enforced privacy by default, which makes it one of the best privacy coins available on the current market. Monero has strong community support and is popular among users who don’t want to share their transactions data with the entire world. However, privacy in the architecture of Monero blockchain comes with several drawbacks. Large transaction sizes and non prunable blockchain make the project less scalable, which is holding the currency back from widespread adoption. In addition to that, we see new competition arriving in the market with the improvements of Bitcoin privacy features, through the lightning network, and the development of Mimblewimble coins, which will be as private as Monero but much more scalable. With that said, Monero needs to focus on improving scalability; otherwise, it will lose market share to either new coins with better solutions or to old ones (like to a Bitcoin) which have a higher network effect. This report is the Initiation Report - our first deep dive into the performance and risk/reward factors. The analysis, verdict and accompanying grade reflect our opinion on the long-term value prospects of a given token based on the current state of project development and indicators of future commercial viability - they are not designed to be indicative of short-term trading opportunities. You can see a full explanation of how our reports are constructed and what they mean at the bottom of this page.’s Part One: The Business Case Monero Market Opportunities Monero wants to become a digital substitute for paper money. Paper money is hard to track and transactions with it can be entirely private. Based on this fact, Monero is targeting the entire market of global cash, which accounts for about $36.8 trillion of physical money (banknotes, coins, and money deposits in savings or checking accounts); this number can increase up to $90.4 trillion if we look at «broad money», which includes any money held in easily accessible accounts. During the recent economic crisis, the Shadow Economy expanded. The underground economy or the black market is the second largest economy in the world. As predicted by OECD, by 2020 shadow economy will employ two-thirds of the world workers. Black markets use mostly cash and try to never keep official records. Cryptocurrencies facilitate a transformation of the black markets; this will further support wider adoption of the private cryptocurrencies. However, privacy is not just for criminals. Privacy is one of the crucial aspects of any project that is aiming to become a mean of payments, a currency of the world. If your transactions are not private they may reveal sensitive business relationship; leak salaries, profit margins, and revenues; they may even enable targeted crime against wealthy people. Non private blockchains are not suitable for some common real-world business transactions, and private coins like Monero present a strong value proposition when it comes to market adoption and strong use cases. However, Monero is not the only project that recognizes the importance of privacy. Below is a table representing some of its key competitors. Competition in the Blockchain Space In general, Bitcoin is not considered a privacy coin. However, if you use coin-mixing protocols that are available on the market, it will be increasingly difficult to trace your bitcoins. Also with the development of lightning network channels Bitcoin fungibility is improving. The assortment of privacy features would make Bitcoin a serious threat to Monero if it was ever able to solve its scalability issues. Zcash, on the other hand, gives users two types of addresses: regular and shielded, which may sometimes result in information leaks about shielded transactions. In general, if privacy is not required most of the users will not use it, which will make shielded transaction suspect on their own. Dash also provides privacy features as an option. However, with the structure of Dash ecosystem, users should trust masternodes which are not always secure. It is unknown how many people control masternodes, and they appear centralized. Virtual private servers that they run from could potentially be compromised. The chart below shows the number of transactions of Monero and its competitors. On average all cryptocurrencies experienced a decline in the transaction number since Jan 2018. However, currently, what differentiates Monero from its closest competitor Zcash, is the higher number of transactions per day. This was not the case at the beginning of the year. The Number of Transactions Comparison The biggest threat to Monero might be connected with its scalability issues. As mentioned above, Bitcoin with its extensive network effect

a month ago

Check out The Open Assets Protocol from @gertjaap Feel fre...

Check out The Open Assets Protocol from @gertjaap Feel free to try it out and submit feedback to the Vertcoin Dis… https://t.co/wabKZl1bAS

a month ago

Are you ready to fork? Vertcoin Development Update — Decembe...

Are you ready to fork? Vertcoin Development Update — December 2018 : https://t.co/yDKTO7eh5H #Hardfork #Vertcoin… https://t.co/KRX6xWChPV

a month ago

Ethereum Classic Reels From 51% Attack: Double-Spends Reported

Coinbase has frozen trading of Ethereum Classic (ETC) as developers continue to clarify reports that the coin’s network suffered a blockchain reorganization attack. Coinbase, China And ASICs Originally reported as rumors January 6, ETC 00 has since succumbed to a mystery offensive which officials have yet to explain. The Coinbase move came following allegations from the exchange that ETC had undergone a reorganization and malicious parties had double spent coins worth almost $500,000, following what is known as a 51 percent attack, where one mining entity gains control of more than half of a network’s hash rate. On social media, ETC appeared uncertain about the true nature of the situation. In a now deleted tweet from Monday, officials claimed it was “more likely selfish mining” which had caused the upset. Subsequently, however, it became apparent that no questions had been definitively answered. “To be clear we are making no attempt to hide or downplay recent events,” they wrote in a more recent tweet. Facts are facts and as the situation develops we’ll soon get a full picture of what actually took place. To be clear we are making no attempt to hide or downplay recent events. Facts are facts and as the situation develops we'll soon get a full picture of what actually took place.Linzhi is testing ASICS. Coinbase reported double spends; both may be true. In time we will see. https://t.co/bbq6eqIoiS — Ethereum Classic (@eth_classic) January 7, 2019 Exposure Woes At the same time, ETC poured suspicion on one mining entity, Linzhi, and its use of ASIC mining equipment. When quizzed by cryptocurrency news outlet CoinDesk, however, the Chinese company had already flatly rejected any implication of foul play. “We are categorically denying such claims, they are entirely baseless and may be part of the attack itself,” director of operations Wolfgang Spraul wrote in an email. ETC/USD fell as the news surfaced, reaching 6 percent losses in 24 hours and dropping below $5. Elsewhere, commentator grubles noted the “liability” factor for exchanges such as Coinbase was less with ETC versus Ethereum (ETH) itself than with the Bitcoin Cash (BCH) hard fork and Bitcoin (BTC). A split of BCH had likewise undergone a reorganization after it formed its own chain. “ETC has 4.8% of ETH’s hash rate bcash has 3.7% of Bitcoin’s hash rate. [Bitcoin Cash] is more of a liability for exchanges than ETC,” he wrote. Though 51 percent attack resource Crypto51 shows that a rented hash power attack would cost roughly $10,000 for BCH per hour compared to $4,700 for ETC. Vertcoin and Bitcoin Gold have also suffered 51 percent attacks in 2018, proving that market capitalization is a poor metric for measuring network security. Coinbase will keep hold of all ETC funds deposited with it until further notice. What do you think about the Ethereum Classic network attack? Let us know in the comments below! Images courtesy of Shutterstock The post Ethereum Classic Reels From 51% Attack: Double-Spends Reported appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.

a month ago

Area 51: What Is The 51% Attack And Why It’s A Dangerous Threat For Cryptocurrencies?

The 51% attack is considered one of the most dangerous cyber attacks against cryptocurrencies. This attack happens when 51% of the network’s hashrate concentrates under one entity, which can either be a mining pool or an authoritative figure in the crypto space. In this article, we will discuss where a 51% attack is possible, the consequences of the attack, and some cases where the attackers succeeded in occupying a whole blockchain. 51% Attack Methods There are three scenarios where the 51% attack becomes possible: The first one - the most common case - happens when a mining pool becomes too large. As the hashrate of the pool surges due to an increasing number of miners joining, there’s a chance that the mining pool will exceed 51% of the total network’s hash power. In 2014, this happened with Bitcoin. In July of that year, the mining pool GHash.io passed the 51% hashrate of the network. However, the pool owners decided not to take advantage of this and cut themselves down, promising that they would never pass again the 39.99% hashrate. Others were not as lucky as Bitcoin because two ERC-20 Ethereum-based blockchains, Krypton and Shift, have suffered 51% attacks by malicious miners. The attackers used mining pools to conduct their “operations” on the two networks. The second method has only been achieved in theory. This involves a very powerful and rich entity with plenty of capital - which could be a government or a Bitcoin whale - purchasing tons of mining rigs to take over 51% of a blockchain. A variation on this is the “gold finger” attack, in which the entity takes over the majority of a coin’s network and proceeds to destroy the value of the cryptocurrency by double spending or by spamming the chain with transactions. The third method is a diabolical scenario, which involves smart contracts. The contract would require miners to deposit a large amount of funds. According to this hypothetical scenario, you can only leave the contract when 60% of the miners have joined. If you want to leave after this, you can only do so when 20 blocks have been added to the hardfork chain you are mining the blocks for. The new chain will grow bigger and longer, and the old one will become irrelevant as 60% or more of the miners are bound to the hardfork blockchain via the smart contract. As there are no risks and there is the possibility for miners to earn rewards at the end, they are most likely join the contract. However, once they join they will be incentivized to stay due to the reward (again) and the large amount of funds they deposited when they joined. Possible consequences The 51% attack has four types of repercussions, which sometimes can be highly dangerous for the victim chain’s network: One is selfish mining, where the attackers take advantage of their majority in regards to collecting the rewards. If a block is mined at the same time, miners have to vote whose block they will choose. The winner has a higher chance of coming up with the next block. As the majority of the network needs to decide on this, the attacker can take advantage of his power to mine his own blocks and keep mining on top of them without waiting for the network’s approval. Secondly, the attacker who has a 51% majority in the network can decide to cancel transactions. It is possible to destroy a complete network by not accepting any transactions to any of the blocks the attacker selfishly mines. The third consequence is an issue every blockchain is most worried about and seeks to avoid at all costs. This is called double spending, which involves spending the exact same coin on multiple transactions at the same time. As the decentralized nature of the blockchain prevents double spending, the attacker with 51% has the central authority to do so as the other miners are compromised. Continuous double spending would render a cryptocurrency’s value next to zero. The last consequence occurs when the attacker creates hardforks on the blockchain. The reason for that could be to take advantage of the double spending that occurs during chain splits. Alternatively, another reason could be to fight against the other miners who may have managed to create a block. In that case, the attacker could fork the chain prior to that new block. Coins That Have Suffered From 51% Attack: Vertcoin On December 2, 2018, there was a successful 51% attack on Vertcoin’s network. The repeated 51% attacks on the cryptocurrencies network resulted in the reorganization with the length of 310 blocks and the depth of 307 blocks. According to Nesbitt, the attacks could have caused double spending of up to $100,000. Vertcoin. Not the people’s coin anymore The attacks started in October 2018 and could have taken place up to before the attack publishing date. The attack has been made easier by Vertcoin’s mining algorithm, which is ASIC-resistant - meaning that ASIC miners can’t be connected to the network, only graphics cards. Nesbitt stated that while this could be a great hed

2 months ago

Vertbase to List Digibyte (DGB) Paired with the USD

Vertbase, an instant buy exchange that launched in September of 2018 with Vertcoin as its first asset, has announced that it plans to list the cryptocurrency DigiByte (DGB) on its platform starting on December 14th, and it will be paired with the US Dollar. Vertbase is a non-custodial exchange available to all US residents except those living in the states of AK, CT, HI, ME, NC, NH, NM, NY, RI, VT and WA. A percentage of the fees generated by trading DGB on the Vertbase platform will be given to the DigiByte Awareness Team to help expand community support. (JF)

2 months ago

Zcoin Implements ASIC Resistance, And UAE Simplifies KYC With Blockchain

The State of The Market — December 6, 2018 BTC: $3,760.44 (-3.42%) XRP: $0.334216 (-3.85%) ETH: $98.98 (-8.59%) After Bitcoin crashed below $4,000 yesterday, it continued to fall, reaching a low of $3,678. However, there was a strong $100 rebound right after that and it has been trading in those levels for the past few hours. The crypto market lost more than $6 Billion in the last 24 hours. Ethereum barely managed to hold on to its support at $100. Meanwhile, Bitcoin Cash and EOS suffered the biggest losses for the third consecutive day, going down by 16.3% and 8.7% respectively. In other news, Cybersecurity expert Mark Nesbitt recently revealed that Vertcoin experienced a 51 percent attack. A group of unknown hackers rented a huge amount of ASIC hash rate to infiltrate Vertoin’s network. Once in control of the network, the hackers were able to launch a double spending exploit which netted $100,000. Also, world’s largest financial institutions are still bullish on crypto despite bear market. Fidelity, Nasdaq, Baidu, and Sequoia are just a few of the largest venture capitalists and financial institutions that are placing bullish bets on the future of crypto. Many of the investment and crypto-custody platforms developed by large institutions are scheduled to launch in Q1–2 of 2019. 1) Zcoin has implemented Merkle Tree Proof (MTP) cryptocurrency mining, a new mining algorithm that hinders ASIC, FPGA, and botnet mining. MTP is a solution aimed at resolving the difficulties encountered by small-time miners. Most mining algorithms are disposed to ASICs and FPGAs. 2) The Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), an international financial free zone within the United Arab Emirates has announced the successful completion of the blockchain trial for its know-your-customer (KYC) application. The trial was conducted along with its regulator Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA), and KPMG as its project advisor. The trial concluded that blockchain has radically simplified the cumbersome and cost-intensive KYC process. ADGM also added that the application provides an unalterable audit trail, and is compliant with the EU’s GDPR data privacy rules. The FSRA is now planning to take the project to the next phase, to ease access to banking services for small and medium-sized enterprises. 3) According to Twitter account ‘BTCKING555’ that exclusively tweets on Bitmain, things are not looking good for the Chinese mining giant. Bitmain has reportedly recorded its worst quarter, losing $740 Million in Q3, 2018. The account also added that the actual number could be higher because the losses do not account the additional expenses incurred during the Bitcoin Cash fork war. Poor sales, and the crypto market crash has affected the firm’s cash streams. If the rumours are true, it could severely affect Bitmain’s IPO ambitions. (VS)

2 months ago

$100,000 was Lost in Vertcoin's 51% Attack

Cybersecurity expert Mark Nesbitt recently revealed that Vertcoin was experiencing a 51 percent attack. According to Nesbitt, a group of unknown hackers rented a huge amount of ASIC hash rate to infiltrate Vertoin’s network and co-opt more than 50 percent of its mining hash rate. Once in control of the network, the hackers were able to launch a double spending exploit which netted $100,000. Nesbitt explained that “Vertcoin (VTC) experienced 22 deep chain reorganizations, 15 of which included double spends of VTC.” Nesbitt and his team believe that the largest reorganization was more than 300 blocks deep and he points to a lack of effective countermeasures from exchanges as the reason why 51% attacks occur with such frequency. (RS)

2 months ago

Vertcoin (VTC) Falls Victim to a 51% Attack

The lesser known project Vertcoin (VTC) is currently experiencing a 51% attack, with a high number of reorgs and double-spend activity currently taking place on its network. A security engineer from Coinbase has posted a blog detailing an ongoing investigation into nearly two dozen “deep chain reorganizations” in Vertcoin, more than half of which included “double spends of VTC” worth more than $100,000. Despite the current attack, which began on November 29th, the price action of VTC has remained relatively stable. (JF)

2 months ago

Crypto Market Update Dec.4: Ready for the next episode after a calm week

It’s been a quiet week for the market after the price drop of recent weeks, the downward trend has stopped, and the entire market is ready to see what happens next. It seems that weak hands are real and money is changing hands as new players enter, and the order book is renewed. In addition, mining difficulty fell by 15%, the sharpest decline since 2011. The alternative coins, Altcoins, had a slightly more turbulent week with a mixed trend, with many of the altcoins showing a positive trend, especially when trading against Bitcoin. Ethereum Classic’s development team announced that they are abandoning the development due to difficulties in financing their operations. It will be interesting to see how long ETC will continue to star in the top 20 even though its developers have abandoned ship. A 51% attack on Vertcoin reminds us of the weakness of small and unsafe Alt networks. The ICO phenomenon continues to lose momentum, and despite the SEC’s warnings, many companies are trying their luck in the airdrops scene. The market cap is around $128 billion, and the trading volume is stable at $14 billion Bitcoin Dominance at 53.9%. Crypto News & Headlines Mainstream Media Says Bitcoin Is Dead: Is It The Time To Buy? The media have incorrectly described Bitcoin’s recent plunge as a “dead” end for the cryptocurrency. However, it is not what it seems, and this may just be the best opportunity to buy low. G20: Crypto Taxation System to Be Developed Soon. G20 member nations plan to release a system that makes it easier for cryptocurrencies to be aligned with the global tax system. $257 Million Worth of BTC Were Sent From an Inactive Address. One of the top twenty wealthiest Bitcoin address moved 66,233 BTC ($257 million) for a transaction fee of less than $50 after being inactive since 2014. Who owns the wallet? Asus crypto mining partnership is perfect for gamers who live with their parents. Gamers who live with their parents can now make money by mining cryptocurrency with their idle graphics card. They only have to install an application that was developed to run in the PC’s background. Morgan Creek CEO Says Bitcoin’s Value Could Be 20x Current Value In The Next 10 Years. In an interview on CNBC’s Fast Money, Mark Yusko said the current state of the market makes Bitcoin a good investment choice for both the long-term and short-term. A 20x increase in the next ten years is attainable, according to him. Nasdaq confirms it will list Bitcoin Futures. Previously, it was a rumor, but Vice President of Nasdaq’s media team, Joseph Christinat has confirmed that Bitcoin Futures will launch on the world’s second largest exchange in the first half of 2019. Charts The weekly charts had moved here. The post Crypto Market Update Dec.4: Ready for the next episode after a calm week appeared first on CryptoPotato.

2 months ago

Vertcoin (VTC) 51% Attacked, $100,000 Lost via Double Spend

The Vertcoin (VTC) network was successfully 51% attacked, and a large reorg happened that cost them more than $100,000. We have already seen weaker blockchain platforms like Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Verge (XVG), and ZenCash being hit with 51% attacks in the recent months. Vertcoin (VTC) 51% Attacked And now, we have the Vertcoin going through the same fate again. Moreover, an interesting part is that San Francisco-based crypto exchange, Coinbase has given an official statement on this attack, claiming that the Bitcoin-like networks (or forks of BTC) are weaker and less secure. This may be why Coinbase did not list Vertcoin, whereas, competing exchanges including Binance and Bittrex have listed it. Vertcoin 51% Attacked A 51% attack was performed on the Vertcoin blockchain on 2nd of December, and double spending happened, costing the network to lose more than $100,000. It was reported that a large amount of ASIC hash was rented to orchestrate this attack. Successive reorg on the blockchain was performed. Vertcoin went through repeated reorg going as deep as 307 blocks. Vertcoin Against ASICs Proving to Be Insecure The Vertcoin algorithm is designed to be ASIC-resistant - in order to make the mining more decentralized. So anyone with a graphics card can easily mine Vertcoin. The drawback of this, however, is that such a network can be attacked by anyone having a standard graphicss card, unlike other ASIC coins such as bitcoin (BTC) - which require ASIC mining equipment to perform 51% attacks successfully (even they it may be practically impossible to do so on the BTC blockchain). Coinbase Making Use of this Opportunity Coinbase came out with a detailed article about this attack in an official blog post, criticizing the Bitcoin-like Networks that are clearly vulnerable to attacks. Coinbase was targeting its competitors who have listed Vertcoin. The US-exchange may have taken advantage of the situation to inform people about other exchanges that have listed insecure coins. Advice to Investors Experts have always advised investors to be cautious and keep away from low cap coins, as they are vulnerable to 51% attacks. But investors go after those coins for making quick money. These coins, if invested in without prior research, can lead to a loss of funds. Therefore, it is better to invest in a more secure and reliable blockchain network like Bitcoin (BTC) - which is the most secure network in the entire blockchain ecosystem. Millions of dollars and electricity are required to attack the Bitcoin network, and it is also logistically highly infeasible. The post Vertcoin (VTC) 51% Attacked, $100,000 Lost via Double Spend appeared first on Crypto Core Media.

2 months ago

Vertcoin 51% Attack Could Have Caused $100K in Double Spending

Vertcoin has been experiencing ongoing 51% attacks, reportedly resulting in $100K of double spending on the network. Rough Couple of Months for Vertcoin In a detailed blog post, Coinbase security engineer Mark Nesbitt revealed that Vertcoin’s network went through repeated 51% attacks, with the largest reorganization having a length of 310 blocks and a depth of 307 blocks which, according to the specialist, may have caused double spends upwards of $100,000. The incidents started in October and happened on four different occasions, the last of which was supposedly ongoing at the time of publishing the blog post - December 2nd. According to Nesbitt, the last incident was comprised of four reorganizations, all of which resulted in double-spend transactions. It’s worth noting that Vertcoin’s mining algorithm is deliberately geared against ASIC and ASIC-like devices by making them particularly inefficient. Instead, mining on the network is designed to be achieved solely through commonly available graphics cards. This is supposedly an attempt to hedge against mining centralization. Nesbitt argues, though, that this is largely counterproductive to the network’s security because it enables anyone in the world who’s using graphics cards to attack the coin as opposed to networks mined with ASICs (e.g. Bitcoin) where only ASIC users can attack the coin. The Importance of Network Strength This year has seen a rise in 51% percent attacks against cryptocurrencies such as Verge, Bitcoin Gold, and ZenCash, to name a few. Some projects have already taken steps to prevent this kind of incidents in the future. Bitcoin Gold’s team revealed that it plans a hard fork as a solution to prevent 51% attacks. A 51% attack takes place when an individual or a group of individuals control more than 50% of the network’s mining hash rate or computing power. Bitcoin’s network is by far the most secure blockchain today. Mining bitcoin is designed to be particularly energy intensive. The computational power needed to generate new blocks requires a great deal of electricity to power up the specialized mining hardware. Simply put, attacking the network is a lot more expensive than to defend it. Tracking site Crypto51 measures the theoretical cost of 51% attacks on each network. According to it, sustaining such an attack against Vertcoin would only cost $125 per hour, while attacking the Bitcoin network would cost $255,744 per hour. What do you think of the latest 51% attacks on Vertcoin? Don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below! Images courtesy of Shutterstock The post Vertcoin 51% Attack Could Have Caused $100K in Double Spending appeared first on Bitcoinist.com.

2 months ago

Vertcoin Development Update — November 2018 Algorithm updat...

Vertcoin Development Update — November 2018 Algorithm update and plans Non Securities Legal Opinion Vertcoin Talk… https://t.co/j7OBPOGZOR

3 months ago

@wawing_exe @gertjaap @EdgeWallet The Vertcoin Core wallet i...

@wawing_exe @gertjaap @EdgeWallet The Vertcoin Core wallet is the wallet we recommend storing VTC in. The edge wal… https://t.co/tV8KKMfbCd

3 months ago

We are just waiting on paperwork to be finished for the Vert...

We are just waiting on paperwork to be finished for the Vertcoin Foundation! @jamesl22 and @Canen01 talk about wh… https://t.co/eUMxlipizk

3 months ago

Vertcoin #Development Update — October 2018 #ASICs and the ...

Vertcoin #Development Update — October 2018 #ASICs and the current state of GPU mining, #Verthash algorithm update… https://t.co/FUONs5ChvT

4 months ago

Off The Chain, the TLDR highlights from previous Vertcoin Ta...

Off The Chain, the TLDR highlights from previous Vertcoin Talks! Ben and Canen talk about Gert's Discreet Log Co… https://t.co/zKkeYNlSGY

4 months ago

Welcome to Off The Chain, the TLDR highlights from previous ...

Welcome to Off The Chain, the TLDR highlights from previous Vertcoin Talks! Canen lets everyone know about the V… https://t.co/dnissM7y6B

5 months ago

Bit-Z Exchange Launches Autumn-Themed Vertcoin (VTC) Giveaway

Hong Kong-based Bit-Z is celebrating the arrival of autumn by giving away Vertcoin (VTC). The promotion is running on Twitter, where participants should post a picture with a mid-autumn theme to be eligible. The picture should also include the user ID. The winners will be decided by the number of likes on social media, and the rewards are 45 VTC for the top three winners and 20 VTC for fourth through tenth place. Vertcoin is up 5% in today’s market rally. Vertcoin is focused on the “long-term distribution of mining consensus” and has been around since 2014. (GT)

5 months ago

Vote manipulation

I am a vertan besides your reward for "to an anonymous voter of 500 coins" why do you deserve to be on binance your volume on bittrex is abysmal at 193 btc whilst vtc is in the top 5 of bittrex wit ha 5300btc volume.......

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