Monero (XMR) was initially released in April 2014 and was one of the first anonymous cryptocurrencies in the field.
Dear miners! MinerGate is pleased to inform you, that our developers’ team is working on the preparations for the upcoming hard forks in Monero (XMR) network, which is planned on March 9, 2019.
One of the most popular third-party mining solutions among MinerGate’s users – XMRig – appeared to have a critical bug in its codebase, making the mining of the updated Monero (XMR) within MinerGate XMR mining pool impossible.
Our Monero (XMR) mining pool is already set up to support the upcoming Monero hardfork with our recently released GUI miner for Windows.
Dear miners, MinerGate team is glad to inform you that we intend to support the upcoming hard fork of the Monero (XMR) network.
There is no doubt that mining is the backbone of every cryptocurrency.
There have been many algorithms discussed and proposed over the years in the cryptocurrency space.
Monero, with its focus on privacy and decentralization, today is one of the ten most popular cryptocurrencies in the world by market capitalization.
Hackers have always attempted to manipulate and steal cryptocurrencies from the very beginning.
You may have heard that Monero (XMR) is about to undergo a “hard fork” which will produce a brand new coin, Monero V (XMV).