XVG Says 51% Attack Has Been Solved

According to Bitcoin.com, on April 4, a post in the Bitcointalk forum claimed that Verge (XVG) was attacked by 51%. The attacker uses a BUG in the XVG code to tamper with the timestamp so that each newly created block uses the same algorithm. In general, different blocks must use different algorithms to prevent XVG being controlled by some individuals. The Verge official Twitter said that it had suffered a three-hour hash attack and the issue has been resolved. The current global average price of XVG is 0.052 US dollars, a 24.95% drop in 24 hours.

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