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|The price of #PIVX today is $0.41 USD.|
The lowest PIVX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.414, and the exact current price of one PIVX crypto coin is $0.41403.
The all-time high PIVX coin price was $14.56.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of PIVX with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for PIVX crypto currency is also #PIVX. |
PIVX is 6.6 years old.
|The current market capitalization for PIVX is $29,067,227.|
PIVX is ranking downwards to #383 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big volume of trading today on #PIVX.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for PIVX is $2,174,771.
|The circulating supply of PIVX is 70,204,970 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.|
Join Our Team! #PIVX is Hiring!
Join Our Team! #PIVX is Hiring! PIVX is looking to add 2 PIVX Core Developers to their new core team. If you or someone you know is interested, please join Discord.PIVX.org to learn more.PIVX is Hiring! Join Our Team! #PIVX is Hiring! was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
PRESS RELEASE PRESS CONTACT email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Private Cryptocurrency PIVX has New Core Team Members PIVX launched six years ago, makes changes in its push for liberty and efficiency through cryptocurrency. May 29, 2022 — The PIVX community, having committed time recently to form a clear picture of its purpose and direction, announced today the formation of a new core team. Software developers are an important part of the core team, and PIVX has enjoyed outstanding programming talent over its six-year life. The community is grateful for all who have participated. Until recently, PIVX had three core developers. However, with sound technology in place, a change was recently made to support a single core developer. This continuing core developer, who goes by the handle Fuzzbawls, is the new development leader. Fuzzbawls has been with the PIVX project for years and knows it well. Under Fuzzbawls’ leadership, other community members are learning and mastering the PIVX source code. PIVX is a code fork of Dash, which was built on the Bitcoin source code, and this connection gives history, reference, and learning material to new PIVX developers that augment the teaching provided by Fuzzbawls. Other team members have also changed, in the areas of project management, business development, and marketing. The new team is diverse with rich experience and exciting new ideas. One prominent team member, who goes...
PIVX IS A DAO, Want to know how?
Written by: Yenechar. Writer, Community Contributor. — PIVX Governance - PIVX is governed by a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) that funds projects voted on by blockchain-processing units called Masternodes. PIVX’s DAO-based governance is one of its strengths because on-blockchain voting is robust and most other private cryptocurrencies do not have it. This article gives an overview of the DAO concept, explains how the PIVX DAO works and describes how you can get involved. DAOs A DAO is a decentralized organization running on rules encoded in computer software. DAOs generally use cryptocurrency to incentivize rule-following to give honest control, ownership, and payment to participants. The DAO name first captured the attention of the cryptocurrency world through the famous Ethereum DAO that gave rise to the Ethereum Classic fork in 2016. This DAO, called “The DAO” at the time, was a smart-contract-based organization for making investments. It was governed by token holders who purchased their tokens using Ether and voted on investments. Though “The DAO” would turn out to be flawed and ultimately get hacked, lessons were learned from it and the DAO concept soared in popularity. DAOs solve many problems. The pre-cryptocurrency, pre-DAO world was organized into legal entities with constraining, government-defined forms. Corporations and LLCs allocate power and profit to owners, control to executives, an...
PIVX v5.4.0 Core Desktop Wallet Release
PIVX v5.4.0 core desktop wallet has been released and is now available for download! It is a non-mandatory, but highly recommended core wallet update that includes the brand new, fully featured, decentralized governance graphic user interface! It also includes many bug fixes, increased tests coverage, and important corrections on the tier two network with overall stability and synchronization processes improvements. We encourage everyone to update and enjoy experiencing the new governance functionalities and overall stability improvements! More info & download link at: pivx.org PIVX v5.4.0 Core Desktop Wallet Release was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
PIVX v5.3.3 Core Desktop Wallet Release
PIVX v5.3.3 Core wallet has been published and is available for download! It’s a highly recommended Core Wallet update which solves a good number of issues over the tier two network synchronization process, which recently caused users to struggle during the past superblock, and improves its stability and performance as well. We invite you to update your wallet as soon as possible to avoid any unnecessary hassle. This release comes with a protocol version bump, which means that your Masternodes will need to be restarted once you upgrade both the controller wallet and the Masternode daemon. More Info & Download Links: pivx.org PIVX v5.3.3 Core Desktop Wallet Release was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
What problem is PIVX trying to solve?
It’s not enough to just start a cryptocurrency project today (though some have). One needs to have a reason, or at the very least an issue to solve that isn’t being solved otherwise. So I asked the community what PIVX was trying to solve. I wasn’t disappointed.. — I recently read an article completely unrelated to crypto where the author asked the simple question, “What problem is this project trying to solve?” It was a project management piece. However, when I read that, my mind immediately moved to the PIVX community. So, being the inquisitive person I am, I asked a few regulars on the PIVX Discord channel a similar question, “What problem are we trying to solve?” We being PIVX as a whole. I have my own take on the issue(s) the project is working to solve, and I’ll give my take in a moment. Here are some excerpts of the answers; Sigge B noted, from an internal community standpoint,We want to show that we’re a great DAO, a great community, so let’s live this from the inside. While perhaps not an outright “problem,” it is a lot of work keeping the cogs moving in such a large and diverse entity Ambassador, another active member notes,PIVX is kind of following what Satoshi wanted to do with Bitcoin in the first place, but cryptography + blockchain wasn’t possible back in the days when Satoshi was still active in the forums. This is somewhat how I look at it too. Ambassador further noted that...
PIVX v5.3.2 Core Desktop Wallet Release
PIVX core desktop wallet version v5.3.2 has been released and is now available for download! This is an important release that fixes a forking scenario where the node rejects and marks a valid block as invalid in a parallel branch. We recommend everyone to update your node/wallet as soon as possible to not be affected by this issue. More info: pivx.org PIVX v5.3.2 Core Desktop Wallet Release was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
PIVX Staking, What Is It?
PIVX Core Wallet 5.3 is out, and staking is in full swing! So, to answer the two most oft-asked questions regarding staking “when and how much,” have a read.. — With PIVX back in the staking game, we thought it would be a great time to discuss what staking is, isn’t, and why it’s so important. Before that, however, let’s quickly roll back the clock and touch on why the team put a pause (“Maintenance Mode”) on staking, or rather, cold staking, for a bit. In February 2021, the security-conscious decision was made to halt staking* after an issue in some code was found. While I’m not certain what was found, it was profound enough to flip the off switch. [*cold staking] Back to the present. Over the weekend, our developers released version 5.3 of the PIVX Core Wallet, which continues full-on cold staking (and a few other goodies). You’ll notice that I’ve mention cold staking and not just staking. PIVX enables both hot wallet staking and cold staking. — Staking - — Hot Wallet Staking. — Within the realm of PIVX, staking via your hot wallet can be easily explained as staking your coins in a wallet that’s running on a computer 24/7. My #dadjoke on this would be “it’s called hot staking because your computer is hot from running so long.” While the joke is a joke, it’s the truth. To use hot staking, you’d have to have a computer running the core wallet always on to ensure you...
PIVX v5.3.0 Core Desktop Wallet Released! Upgrade now!
We are excited to announce that the latest official PIVX v5.3.0 core desktop wallet has just been released, and is now available for download! This is a mandatory wallet upgrade with significant performance and usability improvements. Network enforcement is scheduled to take effect from block height 3,014,000 on mainnet, which is expected to occur at approx. September 10th, 2021 @ 15:00 UTC. So please make sure to upgrade your full node wallets to v5.3.0 before that time! For more info: pivx.org PIVX v5.3.0 Core Desktop Wallet Released! Upgrade now! was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
PIVX core desktop wallet v5.3.0 RC1 has been released!
New PIVX v5.3.0 RC1 (release candidate) core desktop wallet is now available for download! This is a fully working pre-final release candiate for both mainnet and testnet. So please give this a try and if you see any issues, let us know on PIVX Discord or GitHub. If all is well, expect the final “mandatory” upgrade later this week!. So be prepared to update your wallet! github.com PIVX core desktop wallet v5.3.0 RC1 has been released! was originally published in PIVX Coin on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
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