Verge (XVG) (formerly DogecoinDark (DOGED)) is a decentralised, open-source cryptocurrency forked from Dogecoin in October 2014 and re-branded as VERGE in February 2016. The project exploited the growing popularity of the "fun" Dogecoin cryptocurrency while adding code to increase the coin's anonymity and privacy features, notably the network's ability to run on dedicated Tor nodes. Verge is a pure proof-of-work cryptocurrency that uses multiple hashing algorithms to mine new coins. The number of coins issued has been set to 9 billion during the first year and one billion per year thereafter.
Tune in for this, Chel Kim from @meconcash will be talking about their project. There will be plenty of discussion on @vergecurrency as well! $XVG https://t.co/loQJCaH3Rz
Join us Sunday at 6PM MST / 8PM EST for a late Blockchain Breakfast, live with Chel Kim of MeconCash from South Korea! Watch on Twitter @blockchainbizmg with hosts @davidgokhshtein @VergeCanada @rossmacdonald1 #korea #crypto #blockchain #atm #bitcoin #verge @vergecurrency https://t.co/bb3r8w241l
You ask: What's the best drug?
I only know that the old drugs (Pre-Chinese development), like Cocaine, Meth, LSD, etc., have been lost in the dust.
MDPV, a-php, C2-E, etc. Have replaced them.
Verge Currency is a cryptocurrency designed 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 personal privacy.