BitFlyer released prepaid Visa cards
The largest Japanese crypto exchange bitFlyer has provided users with the chance to use prepaid Visa cards. This is reported by Bitcoin.com.
A fresh option appeared thanks to the cooperation with the Vandle Card. Users will be able to replenish the card with bitcoins on the bitFlyer webstek or through third-party cryptowallets. Also, according to the representatives of the exchange, the very first 1000 users of the fresh service will receive gifts. The chance to order a card appeared on October 6.
Holders of prepaid cards from bitFlyer will be able to pay for goods and services at any outlet that accepts Visa cards. Also, representatives of bitFlyer noted that the company will not charge fees for the kwestie and maintenance of the card. You can top-up the cálculo on the webstek of bitFlyer or via the mobile application. The currency of the card is displayed ter Japanese yen.
Spil for the boundaries, within a month, 30,000 yen (about $ 267) can be added to the card, for the entire period of use – 1 million yen ($ 8879). Ter this case, the movimiento should not exceed 100 thousand yen. The card is valid for five years.
On block 536200 Bitcoin Gold network wasgoed transferred to the modified Equihash-BTG algorithm, not supported by classic ASIC-miners. This is the developers of crypto-currencies reported te the official blog.
Thus, the project promotes one of its main ideas, which consists te avoiding ASIC-mining.
According to the developers, the fresh algorithm includes personalization, which makes it difficult to redirect the power of mining through the markets of hashing capacities, which assures greater network security.
Also ter the course of the hack, an improved difficulty adjustment algorithm (LWMA) wasgoed added, which will permit BTG to work swifter, providing a more stable flow of blocks.
Wij thank them all for their hard work ter latest days getting ready for this upgrade… and for dealing graciously with the few snags and hurdles that will inevitably come after an significant Upgrade like this.
Wij know that this milestone isn’t an endpoint… it’s just a waypoint wij pass along the way to better things. Very first, we’ll make sure everything resumes to function spil expected, and we’ll help the unpreventable stragglers get on houtvezelplaat with the fresh code… and then wij have a entire bunch of fresh things we’re looking forward to sharing with the Community!
The Bitcoin Gold Organization
Te early June, the Bitcoin Gold team said that updating the network will make the cryptocurrency less débil to various hacker attacks. Te May, an unknown miner, through a “51% attack” on the BTG network, stole about 388,000 coins from the exchanges.