Oh, its that time again? really? it’s been two weeks? Well let’s bring you up to speed since the last time we talked. We didn’t notice the time fly, we had so much to do! For example, we have attended our first crypto conference (thank you Arend, Happy birthday again)
Secondly, we fought a hard contest with NetCoins, where the community voted once a day, We really appreciate everyone who participated during this contest, well done!
And finally, Verge announced an important joint agreement to push forward mass adoption with NetCents! Welcome to the Verge family.
It’s time for an update again!!! Are you wondering where all that time went between last update? Probably glued to a screen checking crypto prices? Well we didn’t waste time or sleep. We actually continued to work in the secrecy of our headquarters to build up an informational graph with all the upcoming changes that are announced on our current roadmap. I will shortly list them in here for the sake of readability:
Development Update on Verge #5
As you know we are volunteers, but that doesn’t mean that we aren’t actively working on improvements. I’m sure some of you are interested in what we’ve done since our last update! Let me walk you through it all?♀️
To begin, I want to thank the #VergeFam on the positive feedback we have been receiving. Your trust in us is precious and we thank you for it! We are really happy to get your feedback and constructive criticism! As such we are always trying to improve our communication and provide better transparency! ?
Again if you have something to tell us, we are available on Telegram...
I have been sitting here for a while – reading through posts, articles, twitter feeds, and social media in general to try and take in all the different views and consider them with an unbiased outlook. As many of you are fully aware, I have been on this project for a long time and it is very hard for me to not just automatically defend my baby when there is criticism. Also, it has been difficult for me to find an appropriate way to discuss these subjects openly, as our community has been infested by a thick cloud of toxicity and hatred, which, frankly, some may be justified while a lot are just attempts by individuals or projects in our space wanting to tear us down for...
A few days ago Verge (XVG) suffered from a timestamp attack wich allowed the exploiters performing the attack to mine Verge effortlessly with a super low difficulty. (more info, scroll all the way down) The issues have been resolved already though on may 25th, and everything is running smooth again.
Recently community member Gridcore released his Verge GUI miner, a super easy to use program that allows you to mine Verge (XVG) on your Windows desktop. The project is opensource and is currently in beta and only available for windows currently.