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This year hasn’t been rich in new worthy cryptocurrencies. Grin is first that comes to mind with its mainnet launched in January. The project performs very well, and recently it has received 50 more bitcoins as an anonymous donation. Now it’s time for the Nervos to launch. Let’s get into it. Read more
On October 1, Ravencoin was forked. The network got rid of ASICs and greatly improved its mining profitability. As a result, the number of miners on the 2Miners pool has become at least 3.5 times bigger. T-Rex allows you to mine this and other coins with Nvidia GPUs. Let’s get into it. Read more
For the last couple of weeks, Ethereum has been under fire. While the project developers are trying to find ways to lessen the network load, Ethereum has to deal with the excessive volume of transactions. It leads to an increase in mining fees and elevated transaction costs. Vitalik has come up with the solution, but it doesn’t work yet. Nervos Network has set up an ambitious goal to fix Ethereum and Bitcoin blockchains. Let’s get into it. Read more
Ravencoin was created by Game of Thrones fans. They named their project after ravens which in the fictional world of the show serve as messengers of truth. The show ended, but the blockchain project goes on. Moreover, it will be forked soon in order to stop ASICs from dominating the network. Let’s get into it. Read more
Ethereum Classic appeared in 2016 as a result of Ethereum hardfork. After the DAO attack worth $50 million the community split into two groups. The first group decided not to interfere with the blockchain operation to “cancel the attack” and kept using the old chain, thus creating Ethereum Classic (ETC). Now ETC developers are going to perform a hardfork. Let’s get into it. Read more