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StableCoinsWar is an interesting new service that lists the most important data for a number of stablecoins such as their current price, market capitalization, market cap percentage, volume and velocity of money. A stablecoin is a cryptocurrency designed to minimize the price volatility, stablecoins are used as stores of value and are usually backed by fiat currency such as USD, EUR or other. You can get up to date and speed with a quick glance on the single page stats currently listing 8 of the most popular and used stablecoins with their top stats. Of course the top spot is held by Terher (USDT) as still the major stablecoin that is widely used, but it is slowly loosing positions to the number of newcomers. So if you use stable coins and want to be able to easily keep track on their performance, then do take a look at this useful service.

Visit StableCoinsWar to keep track of the current stable coins performance data…

Monero’s planned upcoming hardfork to the new CryptoNight/CryptoNote V8 proof of work algorithm is going well and will just about a day left and miners already supporting the V8 algorithm people are getting ready to mine XMR. Even services such as MiningRigRentals where you can rent or lease mining rigs are already supporting the new V8 algorithm with rigs available. NiceHash however has also added support for V8, including support for their latest NiceHash Miner, so you can expect quite a lot of hashrate after the fork coming from the service.

The SUQA project that we recently introduced is continuing to gain more interest from users and its X22i algorithm has just been added to MRR. The good news for miners is that X22i is still too new and not big enough to catch the interest of NiceHash, though if things continue this way it will happen sooner or later. Anyway, SUQA is developing nicely with network hashrate growing as more users join the mining process and the project is progressing well on their announced roadmap, even though there is still some skepticism surrounding the 10% developer fee from each mined block.

You can check the MiningRigRentals service for more details on available algorithms and rigs…

Kryptoez is a new startup in the form of an online store specializing in cryptocurrency themed socks, currently available are 3 different models – DigiByte (DGB), Monero (XMR) and of course Bitcoin (BTC). Kryptoez launched with 3 socks styles, but they do plan to have 8-10 different models by early 2019, so more is coming if there is interest. If you want to be in crypto style all around then crypto socks are a must too, so feel free to support Kryptoez by getting a pair of crypto socks if you like the idea and their products like we do. Currently the store accepts the following cryptocurrencies: DigiByte, Bitcoin, Monero, Litecoin, Ether, Bitcoin Cash and Dogecoin. Also accepted are fiat via VISA, Mastercard, PayPal, American Express, Google Pay and Apple Pay.

To get more information and order a pair of Kryptoez crypto socks…


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