Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Mining Conceal (CCX) with CryptoNightConceal on Nvidia GPUs

The Conceal (CCX) project is another attempt at a privacy oriented crypto coin that offers some interesting features one of which is the so called Decentralized Banking with coins getting locked to earn interest. Conceal is based on the Cryptonote protocol and uses the so called CryptoNightConceal algorithm, a variation that is based on CryptoNight and thus is considered to be an “AMD Coin” due to the fact that AMD GPUs usually do perform better in CN algos. With low mining profits and with more people looking into mining other interesting projects however even Nvidia GPU miners are looking

Epic Cash (EPIC) Private Internet Cash Based on MimbleWimble

There is a new fork of GRIN based on the MimbleWimble protocol called Epic Cash (EPIC) that has officially launched their blockchain a day or so ago. EPIC can be CPU, GPU, and ASIC-mined with 3 different algorithms available for each type of hardware and block rewards are distributed according to a schedule that balances wide distribution with long-term security. One of the main goals of the project is to offer high level of privacy to the users with a monetary policy very similar to that of Bitcoin (BTC). This includes a maximum supply of 21 million coins and

Ballet is a Multicurrency Non-electronic Crypto Hardware Wallet

Bobby Lee, the founder of the BTCC crypto exchange, is back in the crypto business with a new project called Ballet – a multicurrency non-electronic crypto hardware wallet. The device is a metal credit card size wallet offering cold storage of Bitcoin (BTC) and a number of altcoins such as ETH, XRP, BCH, LTC, USDT, BSV, LEO, LINK, MKR, USDC, HT, BTG, BCD and DAI with support for more coins coming soon. The Ballet wallet is constructed from durable, pure stainless steel and does not contain any chips or electronic circuitry inside. There is also the optional Ballet Crypto