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  1. Mainchain
    June 3, 2018 @ 10:11 am

    POS is the future, more pools and less hashrate sales will probably work too.

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  2. Sean
    June 4, 2018 @ 7:35 am

    Jeez, five pages of autobot links. Copy/paste as a way of life.

    Take the Monero route. Make your algorithm as ASIC unfriendly as possible and allow for regular modifications. The more mainstream hardware you have mining the better.

    And integrate your securenodes and (upcoming) supernodes into the process in some way. There’s a massive resource right there, right now, doing little other than synthetic challenges even before you get the supernodes sorted out. (I know, a trivial endeavour to get the nodes validating blocks)

    You have all the pieces.

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  3. Geoff Cooke
    June 5, 2018 @ 10:41 pm

    Has there been any consideration by the Dev team to the use of ProgPOW ( Progressive POW Algo ) ?

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  4. Атака 51%: можно ли взять блокчейн под контроль? — Bloomchain (Блумчейн.ру)
    July 12, 2018 @ 4:59 am

    […] начале июня злоумышленники атаковали криптовалюту ZenCash. Хакеры перехватили контроль над блокчейном валюты и […]

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  5. A Brief Update on the Pending Upgrade - General and comprehensive content
    August 17, 2018 @ 2:55 pm

    […] we’ve learned, and to work together to improve the safety of the crypto space. The recent Double Spend attacks using ZenCash remind us that we’re not out of the woods, […]

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  6. How Can Emerging Cryptocurrencies Prevent Attacks? – BTC Crypto News
    September 13, 2018 @ 3:27 pm

    […] of the hash rate, enabling them to reorganize the blockchain and reverse blocks. According to a statement from the development team, this attacker was able to double spend two large transactions worth […]

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  7. How Can Emerging Cryptocurrencies Prevent Attacks? – BTC News Paper
    September 13, 2018 @ 3:43 pm

    […] of the hash rate, enabling them to reorganize the blockchain and reverse blocks. According to a statement from the development team, this attacker was able to double spend two large transactions worth […]

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  8. How Can Emerging Cryptocurrencies Prevent Attacks? – Online Coin News
    September 13, 2018 @ 4:09 pm

    […] of the hash rate, enabling them to reorganize the blockchain and reverse blocks. According to a statement from the development team, this attacker was able to double spend two large transactions worth […]

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  9. How Can Emerging Cryptocurrencies Prevent Attacks? – Top Coins News
    September 13, 2018 @ 4:14 pm

    […] of the hash rate, enabling them to reorganize the blockchain and reverse blocks. According to a statement from the development team, this attacker was able to double spend two large transactions worth […]

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  10. Less than 1% of users buy subscriptions with cryptocurrency | Today Tech Life
    September 28, 2018 @ 10:24 am

    […] While Pornhub says it seeks to supply funds in “cryptocurrencies that put user privacy and security at the forefront,” solely ZenCash and Verge come with built-in anonymity. That mentioned, each have dealt with technical difficulties, having to fend off 51 percent assaults earlier this year. […]

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    September 28, 2018 @ 10:27 am

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    September 28, 2018 @ 10:59 am

    […] While Pornhub says it seeks to offer payments in “cryptocurrencies that put user privacy and security at the forefront,” only ZenCash and Verge come with built-in anonymity. That said, both have dealt with technical difficulties, having to fend off 51 percent attacks earlier this year. […]

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    September 28, 2018 @ 12:01 pm

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  14. Pornhub: Less than 1% of users buy subscriptions with cryptocurrency – Tech Entourage
    September 28, 2018 @ 5:52 pm

    […] While Pornhub says it seeks to offer payments in “cryptocurrencies that put user privacy and security at the forefront,” only ZenCash and Verge come with built-in anonymity. That said, both have dealt with technical difficulties, having to fend off 51 percent attacks earlier this year. […]

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  15. Our Vision for Distributed Ledger Technology – Constellation Labs Blog
    October 1, 2018 @ 7:32 pm

    […] enough power can instantly destroy” a smaller network. “Anyone with enough stake can manipulate their markets and the consensus models don’t reinforce one another.” These types of consensus models […]

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  16. Bitcoin (BTC) vs Bitcoin Cash (BCH): What’s The Difference? | ScoredTech
    October 7, 2018 @ 8:00 pm

    […] ZenCash (based on Equihash at time of the attack) was hit with a 51% attack. They experienced 3 double spends; the first for 3,317.4 ZEN, the second for 6,600 ZEN, and the third for 13,234.9 ZEN. The Zen Team recommended exchanges to increase required confirmations to 100 to deter the attack happening again (currently Binance & Cryptopia require 100 confirmations for ZEN deposits, and Bittrex requires 200). […]

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  17. Nano Donations By Reddit Users Help Venezuelan Families Buy Food – ScoredTech
    October 9, 2018 @ 10:46 pm

    […] ZenCash (based on Equihash at time of the attack) was hit with a 51% attack. They experienced 3 double spends; the first for 3,317.4 ZEN, the second for 6,600 ZEN, and the third for 13,234.9 ZEN. The Zen Team recommended exchanges to increase required confirmations to 100 to deter the attack happening again (currently Binance & Cryptopia require 100 confirmations for ZEN deposits, and Bittrex requires 200). […]

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