Preço Vertcoin hoje , gráfico, cotação e conversor

Vertcoin
VTC

R$
2.86
0.00001100 BTC
Marketcap
168,449,077
Volume (24h)
917,548
Circulating Supply
58,911,349 VTC
Total Supply
84,000,000 VTC

Vertcoin hoje vale R$ 2.86, tem capitalização de mercado de R$ 168,449,077. Sua classificação é de 455, e o volume de Ethereum negociado hoje foi de 917,548.

Conversor de Vertcoin

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O que é Vertcoin?

Vertcoin is a digital currency that can be sent between people over the internet. Vertcoin (VTC) stays true to the original vision of cryptocurrency: a financial system owned by its users, the people’s coin. Vertcoin is not controlled by large banks or mining hardware manufacturers and can be mined by anyone profitably. Fairly distributed without a premine, ICO or airdrop, Vertcoin is developed by community members working as volunteers and the project is wholly funded by donations. A finite resource similar to gold, you can rest assured that Vertcoin will keep your money safe from vested interests and ensure that transaction fees are proportionate and shared between a large number of miners. With Vertcoin, you can truly be your own bank.

Vertcoin’s algorithm is designed to resist the development of custom mining hardware and multipool mining, ensuring that transactions are validated by a widely distributed network and avoiding the selling pressure when large mining pools indiscriminately flood the market with freshly mined coins. Our developers have pledged to take whatever steps are necessary to protect this coin from specialized mining equipment and make sure that it will always be possible to mine with consumer grade hardware. This is great news for miners because it offers the opportunity for all miners to compete fairly with each other, and not have to risk falling victim to unscrupulous hardware manufacturers who may fail to deliver pre-ordered equipment.