Verge is a cryptocurrency designed for people and for everyday use. It improves upon the original Bitcoin blockchain and aims to fulfill its initial purpose of providing individuals and businesses with a fast, efficient and decentralized way of making direct transactions while maintaining your privacy.
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Verge Founder Justin Sunerok Talks About the Future and Potential of XVG [Interview]
Justin Sunerok, the founder and lead developer for Verge Currency, joined CryptoSlate for an interview yesterday.
Report: ConsenSys to Lay Off up to 60% of Its Staff
Blockchain software technology company ConsenSys may reportedly be making significant cuts to its staff, technology news outlet the Verge reported Dec. 20.Citing a source familiar with the matter, the Verge reports that ConsenSys is spinning out startups it previously backed, some of them without financial support.
Electronics Giant HTC Announces Presale of Its Blockchain Smartphone Exodus in BTC, ETH
Taiwanese electronics company HTC has announced the presale of its widely-discussed blockchain smartphone, Exodus 1, the product's official Twitter account reveals Oct. 23.
Research Says Crypto Market on Verge of 'Implosion,' Cites Low Transaction Volumes
A recent study from Juniper Research states that the cryptocurrency market could "Implode" and that transaction volumes are decreasing, Bloomberg reported Oct. 9.In a report dubbed "The Future of Cryptocurrency: Bitcoin & Altcoin Trends & Challenges 2018-2023" Juniper assessed the challenges of digital currencies, with a focus on technical, social and regulatory concerns.
HTC Exodus Phone to Support Crypto Wallet, CryptoKitties, Instead of Native Blockchain
Electronics giant HTC will not be releasing a smartphone with a native blockchain network for crypto trading between users as previously announced, The Verge reported July 10.
Verge's Blockchain Attacks Are Worth a Sober Second Look
Verge, a privacy-oriented cryptocurrency recently propelled into the limelight by a partnership with popular adult entertainment site Pornhub, suffered two hacks perpetrated through 51-percent attacks that saw the attackers absconding with millions of dollars-worth of its native cryptocurrency, XVG. During the first attack in April, the hacker was able to get away with 250,000 XVG. And during the latest in mid-May, an attacker was able to exploit $1.7 million-worth of the cryptocurrency from the protocol.
Is Verge the Next BitConnect? Ongoing Inconsistencies Alert Crypto Community
While staunch Verge supporters are quick to decry "FUD" at any and all negative news regarding their favored coin, an increasing amount of evidence that the project may be a large-scale exit scam is manifesting - notably, the disappearance of over 18 million XVG from the Verge "Fundraising" wallet.