Verge [XVG] is a currency that has not been pampered even though analysts see a lot of potential in it. It promises a private, secure and anonymous token for everyday use by improvising the old Bitcoin Blockchain and aims to fulfill its initial purpose. This allows users to engage in direct transactions.
The company also claims that the user’s addresses are completely obfuscated and all the transactions are completely untraceable because of the multiple anonymity-centric network that it uses.
Verge [XVG] is currently trading at $0.053 without any positive sign since yesterday. It is traded on most of the popular exchanges like Bittrex, Binance, HitBTC, UPBit, and others.
Verge has recently announced their new release: A Qt wallet for Windows and Mac OS tomorrow. The release will have complete details explaining the mining exploitation they dealt with while appreciating the patience of all the users.
Michael Richards, a Twitterati said:
“I dunno if the comparison is right but its almost like you will never deal with a particular bank again only because of their ATM’s was skimmed before.”
The market was ransacked and flooded with news after the three-hour hack attack on 4th April.
Brian Adam, an XVG holder said:
“Legit firms are always hacked. Sold all my Verge, can’t be trusted. This is twice Verge had gotten stolen what’s to say it won’t happen again, lost my trust, sold at a loss too 🙁 This week of trash just gotta be a lesson hope they prove me wrong but at this rate I’d expect SEC investigation soon.”
Vineeth Thompson, a journalist says:
“This event was a catastrophic fundamental failure, yet it’s being totally downplayed. The fact that most people don’t seem to realize that shows a great lack of even the most basic understanding of what Blockchain is. I’m not hating, I’m just stating a fact.”
Verge has wallets based on wraith protocols which are technologies that permit users to seamlessly switch between public and private ledgers on the Verge Blockchain. This means the users have the freedom to choose the ledger of their choice for utilization.
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