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|The price of #VBK today is $0.000418 USD.|
The lowest VBK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000418, and the exact current price of one VBK crypto coin is $0.00041804.
The all-time high VBK coin price was $0.10.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of VBK with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for VeriBlock crypto currency is #VBK. |
VeriBlock is 4.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for VeriBlock is $340,791.|
VeriBlock is ranking downwards to #1408 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a small volume of trading today on #VBK.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for VeriBlock is $2,001.
|The circulating supply of VBK is 815,210,902 coins, which is 39% of the maximum coin supply.|
|VBK has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
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VeriBlock vProgPoW GPU Mining and Economically Gated ASIC Transition Plans
By Maxwell Sanchez — Summary - The VeriBlock network will hard-fork to adopt vProgPoW, at block height 1,512,000 (which is expected to occur on Monday, 9/21/2020), vProgPoW will require ~5GB DAG initially, with growth of 1GB per year, vProgPoW is a heavily customized version of ProgPoW v0.9.3, vProgPoW intentionally leaves in (and tweaks) the ASIC-friendly exploit found in ProgPoW ≤0.9.3 as an economically gated ASIC transition plan for the network, — Introduction - For those unfamiliar with VeriBlock and Proof-of-Proof: The Proof-of-Proof (“PoP”) consensus protocol allows any blockchain to inherit the full Proof-of-Work security of Bitcoin in an entirely Decentralized, Trustless, Transparent, and Permissionless (“DTTP”) manner. PoP introduces a new form of mining wherein PoP miners compete for rewards by performing “security transactions” where they publish fingerprints of a PoP-secured blockchain to another blockchain to inherit its security. The VeriBlock blockchain uses PoP to secure itself to Bitcoin, and acts as a security aggregation layer, allowing other blockchains to inherit Bitcoin’s security in the most easy, cost-effective, and secure manner possible. You can learn more at our community website, on our Discord, or by reading our whitepaper. You can also follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn for project updates. The natural evolution of Proof-of-Work is towards ASIC devices; even a Pr...
VeriBlock Adopts SegWit (And Will Now Take More Space on Bitcoin)
By Maxwell Sanchez The VeriBlock team is very excited to release an alpha SegWit-enabled PoP miner! Source code is available here and precompiled binaries are available here. Big thanks to BitcoinJ for recently adding SegWit support which made releasing a SegWit-enabled PoP miner possible. Given the alpha status of the miner, please only deposit very small amounts of BTC. We are actively working on robustivity and stability improvements to address some hiccups encountered by volunteer community testers when running the SegWit PoP miner in testnet mode over the last few days. Using SegWit, individual PoP transactions consume less “space” (weight) on Bitcoin, meaning each individual PoP transaction will be less expensive. In normal conditions, SegWit (bech32) PoP transactions will be ~28.9% less expensive than their standard-transaction counterparts. Paradoxically, this means that VeriBlock will actually take a larger portion of the actual on-disk Bitcoin blockchain, and the same amount of in-block “weight.” If you’re curious about why this is (or how SegWit works in general), keep reading! For those unfamiliar with VeriBlock and Proof-of-Proof: The Proof-of-Proof (“PoP”) consensus protocol allows any blockchain to inherit the full Proof-of-Work security of Bitcoin in an entirely Decentralized, Trustless, Transparent, and Permissionless (“DTTP”) manner. PoP introduces a new form of mining wherein PoP miners ...