In general, the cryptocurrency community is a helpful and adult bunch. While some discussions are less than mature, those often get buried on social media when people stop feeding the trolls. One such post, however, is rather disconcerting. A Reddit user is actively looking for a mining farm to successfully 51% attack the Bitcoin SV network. A very odd and rather problematic request which hasn’t been taken seriously so far.
People Genuinely Dislike Bitcoin SV
Not too many people will be surprised to learn Bitcoin SV seemingly has a troublesome reputation in the cryptocurrency industry.
Startup life is full of snakes and ladders, but in the blockchain market there are currently more snakes.
To play the game, roll the dice to advance … if you land on a snake’s head, go to its tail. If you land on the bottom of the ladder, move to the top. Good luck!
Not a day goes by in the cryptocurrency world without a good amount of drama. At times, it feels as if this industry simply can’t catch a break to recoup losses sustained throughout 2018. The latest incident comes in the form of Ethereum Classic suffering from an alleged 51% attack on the network. This forced service providers such as Kraken to temporarily halt all funding of this altcoin, although some users ask the company to effectively delist ETC.
There are some serious allegations in the cryptocurrency world. Dirt slinging has, unfortunately become all too common. Even so, every single bit of potentially disastrous news needs to be taken into account at all times. The AurumCoin team claims the Cryptopia exchange will not confirm a 51% attack against the network caused nearly 16,000 AU (worth roughly $200,000 at the time of writing) to be lost in the process.
What AurumCoin Claimed has Happened
When it comes to altcoin networks, a 51% attack is always a very prominent threat first and foremost.