DigiByte was launched in 2014, this makes the cryptocurrency one of the oldest around. The project was founded by Jared Tate who is also the lead developer. One of the unique features of DigiByte or DGB is that it makes use of 5 different algorithms for mining. With a fast transaction time for relatively low fees the coin is a good fit for conducting payments. DigiByte claims to have become the world's fastest, longest and most decentralized UTXO blockchain today.
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