VirtaCoin (VTA) Scrypt-based alternative cryptocoin

16 Aug
2014

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VirtaCoin (VTA) is formerly PayBox.me/VirtaPay, the e-currency/virtual currency platform, which was founded in September 2010 as PayBox.me and was rebranded as VirtaPay on March 13, 2011. From the launch of PayBox.me until July 1st, 2014, PayBox.me/VirtaPay has gained 1.6 Million Users. Don’t believe it yet? The first 2015 blocks where VirtaCoin was mined and sent to all of the 1.6 Million user accounts.

Website:
http://www.virtacoin.com/

Block Explorer:
Not available.

Coin Specifications

  • Scrypt Algorithm
  • 8000 VTA coins per block, reduces by 0.5% each week starting 6/28/14
  • ~21 billion total VTA coins
  • 60 second block time target
  • Difficulty retarget every 1 block

Wallet:
Windows
Mac OS

Source Code:
at GitHub

Ports:
– RPC Port: 22815
– P2P Port: 22816

Mining Pools:
http://p2pool.e-pool.net:8934/static/
http://www.coin-miners.info:8080/tbs
http://vta.coin-miners.info/

Coin Exchanges:
AskCoin
Bleutrade




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1 Response to VirtaCoin (VTA) Scrypt-based alternative cryptocoin

Amber Jo Illsley

September 5th, 2018 at 07:07

I was (and maybe still am) a member of Paybox and then Virtapay, which evolved into VirtaCoin. I had earned a substantial amount, but when the company was going through a merger/renewal/change of wallet system etc, the new wallet system was unbelievably complicated. The earnings I had, which I tried to enter into my wallet, seem to have been lost in the process. The same thing happened to a friend of mine. He too, was never able to access his earnings. It’s been really disappointing as we both spent considerable time and effort into earning online. Is there anything we can do? Or is our money lost forever?

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