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.
We’re pleased to inform you that deposits and withdrawals are now opened on @binance.
We’d like to use this opportunity to thank the #Binance team for their cooperation, patience and hard work.
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We agreed with #exchanges @binance @BittrexExchange to wait on $XVG codebase v7, to resume accepting deposits and withdrawals, in order to prevent future downtime.
v7 coming soon, stay tuned! 💪
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A man in the prison yard talks to himself a lot.
He said he was talking to aliens. They told him the beginning of the end would start March 3rd.
It began years ago, when we turned technology against ourselves.
Though I marked my calendar - just in case.