VertCoin (VTC) One Click Miner Beginning To Rock the Cryptocurrency World AlreadyFebruary 28, 2020
Early in January, One Click Miner 1.0 Beta 6 was released with fixes for all the issues to Beta 5. Users were then advised to try it. And, they can were further requested to report anything wrong on Github in a way facilitating improved final release.
Recently, Vertcoin tweeted about the release of “One Click Miner 1.0 RC1 – Improved and added more extensive reporting to the output of the GPU detection step so it’s easier to see what went wrong. If no more bugs are found this code will be recompiled into the v1.0 final release.”
Sydney Ifergan, Crypto Expert tweeted: “Since Poloniex disabled Vertcoin, the withdrawals have been disabled from February 27, 2020. Further, Vertcoin have requested investors to move $VTC to the wallet of their choice. Vertcoin-Core is the wallet recommended by the parent site.”
The Vertcoin is 6 years old and they are beginning to rock the cryptocurrency world already. We just recollect that “Vertcoin was created as a graphics card mined version of Bitcoin in Jan 2014 as response to Litecoin succumbing to ASIC control. It is important that everyday people with desktop computers can mine the network so that network hashrate is as decentralized as possible.” Something nice about them is that there is no premine, no ICO and No Airdrop.
VertCoin One Click Miner
Vertcoin believes in that cryptocurrencies are supposed to belong to people. When anything less than this happens it is a failure to the goal for which cryptocurrency was treated in the first place. Vertcoin focuses on keeping the cryptocurrency ecosystem as decentralized as possible.
Alex Turek, MTS Systems Debug Engineer at AMD during his spare-time fights for Asic Resistance in the cryptocurrency space as a Dev Team Member at Vertcoin. He has contributed in terms of Own end-to-end validation of ARMv8 SMMUs for Datacenter Products, testplans, multi-core / multi-IO exercisers, execution, and debug / triage, when he was working for Qualcomm.
Bienvenido Rodriguez, Instructor at The Grace Hopper Program at Fullstack is a volunteer developer at Vertcoin. Currently, he is working on creating a mobile and desktop wallet to interface our second layer solution Lit. Lit is our version of the Bitcoin Lightning Network.
Valentin Anghel is in to the process of mining at Vertcoin. It is evident that the user base at Vertcoin is not only diverse, but it is filled with rich technical expertise. People with commitment make it happen and there are lot of them at Vertcoin.