factatom posted on September 30, 2019 21:49:05
Top gainers of all the privacy coins in 2019, continuous development, not an ICO, ASIC-resistant meaning everybody can mine without competing with huge bitcoin miners giving normies a chance to help keep the network secure - it's such a good coin to hold. Though the team is unknown for unknown reasons, I hope all the success for $GRIN. NOT A FINANCIAL ADVICE THOUGH!
Crypto Anonymous posted on August 16, 2019 00:42:24
Grin did a fair launch, no ICO or other shady stuff, has a huge team of open source developers (including serious blockchain developers). It's based on the Mimblewimble protocol (competitor building on the same protocol is the more commercial, more centralized Beam). Big drawback on Bitcoin is the fact that transactions and amounts are publicly visible on the blockchain, and it is becoming increasingly
Dr. Doom posted on February 21, 2019 10:35:10
Too bad it's an altcoin, would have loved to see this implemented directly onto bitcoin, perhaps as sidechain, but still this MimbleWimble technology could be a very important progress for crypto. Because this coin has a very similar grassroots development as bitcoin did and thus no premining, no airdrops, no ICO, A lot of backing from bitcoin developers too I def prefer Grin over its corporate version
Jason T. posted on February 21, 2019 02:01:04
Usually wouldn't give a project with anonymous founders a 0% shady rating but... here we go. Grin is based on the relatively new Mimblewimble protocol which offers unique scalability and privacy improvements on Bitcoin's UTXO model. Grin is the community implementation of MW. It had no pre-mine, no ICO, and no funding for the "founders". It was born just like Bitcoin! Anonymous founder who dropped
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