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This is the kind of a promotion that crypto miners will definitely like in time for the Black Friday – pools with zero fees and 5% bonus on the coins mined and Suprnova has just that – some pools that are offering you just that for today. The promotion runs for the following pools: DASH, DCR, EXP, LBRY, ZEC, ZCL, so if you are mining any of these coins you might want to do it at the Suprnova pool and get the Black Friday bonuses.
Links to the Pools with the Promotion:
– DASH Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Decred Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Expanse Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Library Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Zcash Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Zclassic Mining Pool at Suprnova
– Zdash Mining Pool at Suprnova
Another year of Bitcoin and another Bitcoin Black Friday is coming in just about two days from now, so if you are planning to spend some BTC, then you might want to take a look at the upcoming deals and promotions this Friday. The dedicated website Bitcoin Black Friday is currently taking up offers from merchants that want to take part and the offers will go live on Friday, just like the years before. So make sure you check it out on Friday for some good deals or maybe if you are selling a product or a service you might also take the opportunity to provide a Black Friday deal and attract some more customers. Also you might want to double check on some seemingly attractive promotions and websites just to be sure that you are going to be getting a better deal and not being taken advantage of as events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday also attracts some shady people that are just trying to make some quick money off users!
In the last weeks Ethereum and its network have been the target of a constant attacks resulting in various issues and disruption of the normal operation of the network and users having trouble with transactions. The attacker(s) apparently have been very crafty in locating vulnerabilities in the client implementations as well as the protocol specification and abusing them in order to make things hard for everyone else mining or using Ethereum. According to the Ethereum developers the most visible consequence of the attacks for most users is that they are having difficulties getting transactions included in blocks, and full nodes are facing memory limitations in managing the bloated state. This needs to be addressed with a hardfork and that hard fork was initially planned to happen at block 2457000, but has since been postponed for block 2463000 to allow for more testing of the new code before it becoming live. This is supposed to happen sometime around the coming Tuesday, October 18th. Do note that around that time some exchanges may temporary disable Ethereum (ETH) trading and withdraws/deposits in order to avoid possible issues when the hardfork hits, so make sure to be careful operating with any Ethereum coins around that time.