SaturnCoin: Change to SAT2 and its new specifications

SaturnCoin: Change to SAT2 and its new specifications

SaturnCoin has done much to imrpove upon their coin with a great developing team striving to get the best out of their coin. Their press release can be found here. One of the big things that the SaturnCoin team has done is the elimination of the original premine that had been in place by the original developers of SaturnCoin. However, as seen in the document, the premine had been straight deposited into Mintpal and Cryptsy by the original developers back in March, and had already been dumped. Therefore, there was no need for the premine to be blocked as it had already been purchased by....


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Irrespective of your opinion, the rise in popularity of cryptocurrencies cannot be ignored. Today, there are a number of billion dollar businesses that accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. These include Dell, Reddit, Expedia, PayPal, and most recently, Microsoft. So for the uninitiated who have not yet grasped what Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are, you ought to catch up.

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