Verge (XVG)

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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.

ATOMIC Announcement & Crowdfunding Campaign

Dear Verge Community, The Verge Team is excited to make a major…

September Overview & The Roadmap Update

Recent Progress I think we can all agree that September has been…

VergeCurrency Listing on Binance Exchange

VergeCurrency to be listed on Binance Exchange! VergeCurrency Team is very excited…

What is VergeCurrency?

Verge is a cryptocurrency that focuses on total anonymity and privacy for…

6 days ago
We often get asked by #vergefam where to store their $XVG. We have our own wallets available at for all major platforms, giving you full control over your coins.

Use exchanges for trading, use a wallet for storing or using.

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3 weeks ago
From today forward, @NOW_Wallet , a non-custodial wallet by @ChangeNOW_io, has added support for $XVG. You can now buy, store, and swap for #vergecurrency within their wallet.

Available for download on the App Store or Google Play

#decentralized #Currency
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3 weeks ago
#Ellipal is giving back to the #vergefam. They have supported the #XVG community for many years, and were the "1st" Cold storage solution to store $XVG

The just released the #ellipaltitanmini and are giving away 5, to the verge community.

See the below tweet from them.
4 weeks ago
In the wake of the "trust the science" narrative, it seemed a good time to share this message John recorded from our faraday cage.
1 month ago
A beautiful tribute John created for his friend. This was one of my favorite pieces he composed. You can find a longer version here:
2 months ago
This is Janice McAfee.

The greatest lesson I learned from John was that I needed to free myself from my cage before I could truly begin to live. Before you can effect change in this world you must first leave your cage & once you do everything else will fall into place.