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05/04/20 16:23 by Brenda Ngari
John McAfee Praises Ethereum, Monero, And DAI While Branding Bitcoin As ‘Worthless’
Famed computer programmer John McAfee believes the top cryptocurrency is basically worthless. He said this on Twitter a few hours ago while applauding ethereum, DAI, and Monero.
As you may remembe... Read More
29/03/20 20:20 by Edwin Kinoti
These Five Altcoins Have Emerged As Most Preferred Alternative Crypto Assets
A recent survey conducted by cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has unearthed some interesting insights about cryptocurrencies and the respondents’ views about their future. The survey findings indicat... Read More
06/12/19 13:07 by Dmitriy Gurkovskiy
Monero Price Analysis for December, 6th – XMR Became Less Volatile
By Dmitriy Gurkovskiy, Chief Analyst at RoboForex
After visible fluctuations in the middle of this week, Monero exchange rate reached stability by Friday close to 54.13 USD.
From the technical point ... Read More
01/12/19 21:00 by JP Buntinx
Monero Developers Complete the RandomX Upgrade
The Monero developers have successfully completed another network upgrade. This particular update is of keen interest, as it effectively introduces RandomX as a new algorithm.
Some crypto enthusiasts... Read More
27/11/19 19:30 by Avi Mizrahi
European Crypto Exchange Bitbay Ends Monero Trading due to Anonymity Features
Authorities around the world are trying to stamp out online anonymity in various ways, sacrificing users’ privacy for alleged security. One of these ways is forcing digital asset exchanges to dr... Read More
19/11/19 13:45 by Anatol Antonovici
Monero Warns Users of Malware Ahead of Hard Fork
XMR users who downloaded binary files in the past 24 hours or so might have installed malware, Monero said via its official site getmonero.org.
Users Notice Weird Binary Files
Some of the CLI binary ... Read More
18/11/19 19:55 by Osato Avan-Nomayo
Mimblewimble Attacked Using $60 Per Week on AWS
Ivan Bogatyy of Dragonfly Research says he was able to use as little as $60 per week on Amazon Web Services (AWS) to expose a critical vulnerability on the Mimblewimble (MW) privacy architecture. This... Read More