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Cryptocurrencies have already proved themselves as profitable ventures with more and more of them emerging while many companies continue to show interest in using them.

Some companies have even gone further to launching their digital coins that have navigated the waters to advance and become relevant. However, many emerging cryptocurrencies fail to consider one crucial fact adequately, and that is network security.

Blockchain Safety

Many people will agree to the fact that they have heard news of blockchains being secure and transparent mediums of transacting. However, this might not be entirely true to all blockchain technologies; blockchain is still a relatively new technology, and in its initial stages that require a lot of further enhancement and development, especially in the area of security.

Because blockchains are the platforms that are holding virtual currencies that are in demand in the current time, makes them a bigger target to hacks and bug attacks. The legal repercussions associated with hacking or attacking a blockchain are quite high and severe, but if successfully done, the attack is likely to bring huge rewards to the hackers.

The Problem with Verge (XVG)

Late last month, Verge suffered yet another 51% attack that affected about 35 million XVG digital coins in less than five hours. This was shortly followed by a 14% Verge’s XVG price decline in the time duration of 24 hours. The recent attack is not doing any justice to the privacy coin, Verge (XVG), denting their credibility and image as a viable cryptocurrency.

In April, an unknown hacker managed to gain entry to the network minting XVG coins while blocking other users, at the time, from making any transactions. Other attacks have followed since them, and they are severely affecting the prices of XVG.

Now trading at $0.038 and assuming a market cap of roughly $580 million, the position thirty-four as per Coinmarketcap virtual currency is significantly falling in value, and the end doesn’t seem to be near. The general perception by many now is, Verge (XVG) is not a secure platform.

Pornhub and Verge Relationship

When Verge (XVG) announced their partnership with MindGeek and Pornhub, the entire cryptocurrency community was left tongues wagging. The media referred to it as the “biggest partnership” in the history of virtual currencies. Many commended Pornhub for trusting cryptocurrency as a payment option although the decision to settle with Verge was highly disputed.

The partnership entailed allowing consumers of explicit content to pay for premium services in Verge while allowing performers the chance to be reimbursed in XVG. The partnership was catching momentum, but a change of tune is currently being witnessed.

According to a recent release by Anna Lee, the pioneer of Virtual Reality Porn, the adult site is experimenting with Vice Industry Token (VIT). She went to her twitter page to announce the “casting call” the website’s initial annual Pornhub Games, hosted by Asa Akira that promises to pay the top three performers $10,000 equivalent of VIT.

Although the new partnership between VIT and Pornhub is not officially announced yet, the rumor mill has it that VIT will be the elite sponsor of this years Pornhub awards. The virtual currency is quickly making a name for itself in the industry.

And clearly, this all shows that even Pornhub is not interesting in rescuing Verge while it depreciates. But of course, I, as a crypto enthusiast would not want to see any coin on the market fail, including Verge. Let’s see how it goes.

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Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

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