Monero and Litecoin can be used to purchase a domain name

Popular domain name registration service with privacy feature now supports LTC and XMR as a purchase options 
25 July 2017   1002
Monero

Open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on privacy, decentralisation and scalability

Njalla, domain name registration service, now accepts Monero and Litecoin as a payment option.

The main feature of Njalla is privacy. As developers assure, "We care about your right to privacy. We believe it's an important piece of democracy that we have the right to be anonymous."

Litecoin

Features faster transaction confirmation times and improved storage efficiency than the leading math-based currency

Njalla was started because it's developers couldn't find a domain name service that they wanted to use. Their goals are to be caring about privacy, simple and flexible.

Njalla " sit in between" the domain name registration service and a client. They buy a domain for themself. The agreement between Njalla grants client full usage rights to the domain

Njalla is run by 1337 LLC based in Nevis.

March 2018 Cryptocurrency Forks

From this article you will find out which cryptocoins are undergoing hard forks in March 2018
22 February 2018   280

Cryptocurrencies are developing and improving, and there is a tendency that hard forks of the coins occur at newly created blocks.

A soft fork is a change to the protocol that restricts the ruleset enforced by full nodes that upgrade to enforce the soft fork rules, while a hard forkis a change to the protocol that loosens the ruleset enforced by full nodes. Hard fork is the changes to the programming of the coin that create incompatibilities between the older and newer version. 

From this article you will learn about the forks of the cryptocurrencies which occur in March 2018.

Date Cryptocurrency fork
March 1 LeviarCoin
March 1 Mooncoin
March 1 PacCoin
March 14 Monero 
March 15 Burst

March 1

LeviarCoin

LeviarCoin is a CryptoNote-based currency, which implements such features as untraceable payments, unlinkable transactions, double-spending proof, blockchain analysis resistance, egalitarian Proof of Work and adaptive limits.

Leviarcoin logo

The fork will take place on 1st of March 2018 and developers recommend not to make any transactions until that time.

Read more about the LeviarCoin hard fork 

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MoonCoin

Mooncoin is designed for micro payments with very low transaction fees. All transactions are secured by its algorithm developed over three years, and is continually fine tuned for optimum performance.

Mooncoin logo

According to the team, this fork will not include a burn of coins and this fork will not generate another coin as Bitcoin Cash fork did.

Read more about the MoonCoin hard fork 

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PacCoin

PAC is a community driven successor to Bitcoin, incorporating various improvements such as a two-tier incentivized network, known as the Masternode network. The major aim of PAC is to become the most efficient and user-friendly cryptocurrency that is available globally.

paccoin logo

At the beginning of January 2018, PacCoin has announced important dates for the community in its official Twitter account.

Read more about the PacCoin hard fork 

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March 14

MoneroV

MoneroV is a private cryptocurrency fork of the Monero blockchain. Monero is a secure, private, and untraceable cryptocurrency. It is open-source and accessible to all.

Monerov logo

A split will occur at block 1529810 when MoneroV miners will start to create blocks on the MoneroV network.

Read more about the MoneroV hard fork 

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March 15

Burst

Burst is built with the blockchain technology, meaning that transactions are secured by military-grade cryptography. Burst is ruled by its network of users and cannot be altered by governments.

Burst coin logo

The first fork of Burst coin is planned to happen around block 470 000, which will be created approximately in the middle of March.

Read more about the Burst hard fork

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Our editorial board tracks all the latest announcements, and we will add the new forks as more information comes in!