Crypto Week in Review: Bitcoin, Ethereum, Verge, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash and Ripple Struggle

Things started out relatively peaceful when allegations arose that the currency had somehow dominated its incoming “death cross,” and that the slump users had been witnessing over the past several days may be coming to end. This seemed to hold true when Bitcoin rose from $ 6,900 to $ 7,100 – a …
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Verge Prices Notes Some Impressive Gains Compared to Bitcoin

It may turn out to be a semi-decent weekend for cryptocurrency traders after all. Even though most markets are stuck in sideways momentum, by the look of things, others are popping. The Verge price, for example, notes a very strong 36% increase in value over the past 24 hours. It is evident there is a lot …
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Tron, Cardano, Verge and Ripple – Four Cryptocurrencies That Actually Meet the Definition of Vaporware (news.bitcoin.com)

‘Vaporware’ is a term that’s tossed about loosely, often against cryptocurrency projects that have no clear use case. It’s an easy accusation to make given that many crypto projects are still at the development stage, and haven’t had a chance to prove themselves. This year’s vaporware could be next year’s ethereum – or at least so the investors hope. While a vast number of cryptocurrencies are derided as vaporware, the following four attract this jibe more than most.

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‘Privacy Coin’ Verge is Allegedly Leaking Users’ IP Addresses (news.bitcoin.com)

Privacy coins are meant to be private: that’s their raison d’être. Without this functionality, they’re just altcoins, and dangerous ones at that for anyone relying on them for anonymity. Verge (XVG) is one of the best known privacy coins on the market, but it risks becoming famous for all the wrong reasons. A new website claims to list the IP addresses associated with hundreds of verge transactions, stripping bare the coin’s claims of anonymity.
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