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.
Bitcoin Miners Are Heating Homes Free of Charge in Frigid Siberia
Bitcoin Advocate Becomes 'Nobody' to Run for New Hampshire Town Mayor
Craig Wright Again Claims Authorship of Bitcoin White Paper
US Charges Two Canadian Nationals Over Alleged $230K Bitcoin Fraud
UK Employee Explains Why He Chose a 100% Bitcoin Salary
Bitcoin Increasingly Bearish Despite Price Bounce to $10.2K
Circle Looks to Raise $100M for Its Equity Platform SeedInvest
Litecoin's Mining Power Has Fallen 28% Since Its Block Rewards Halving
Winklevoss Twins on Bitcoin: 'Wall Street Has Been Asleep at the Wheel'
Crypto Taxation Around the Globe — What Do Regulations Look Like?
4 Reasons Why Ethereum Classic Is Soaring — Up 40% This Week
Bitmain Valuation to Hit $12B With New 600K Chip Order, Source Says
Bitcoin Price Stays Over $10K as Trader Warns Ethereum Chart Is 'Ugly'
Amazon Cloud Outage Causing Major Issues at Some Crypto Exchanges
BitPay Blocks $100K Bitcoin Donation to Amazon Rainforest Fire Charity
Bitcoin Payments 6x Cheaper for Municipalities, Says Canadian Exchange
CoinDesk Talks to Supporters, Critics at Craig Wright's Contempt Hearing
Xendpay Joins RippleNet to Expand Global Money Transfer Services