DigiByte (DGB) plunges -12.03% on December 7-8

December 8, 2017 - By Peter Erickson

DigiByte (DGB) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $0.00 or -12.03% trading at $0.01. According to Global Crypto Analysts, DigiByte (DGB) eyes $0.02 target on the road to $0.04. DGB last traded at HitBTC exchange. It had high of $0.02 and low of $0.01 for December 7-8. The open was $0.02. About 1.13M DGB worth $16,703 traded hands.

DigiByte (DGB) is up 49.38% in the last 30 days from $0.01 per coin. Its down -34.34% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.02 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago DGB traded at $0.01. DGB has 9.52B coins mined giving it $132.31 million market cap. DigiByte maximum coins available are 21.00 billion. DGB uses Multiple algorithm and PoW proof type. It was started on 12/01/2014.

A coin that has adopted the Bitcoin 21 figure but increased the supply to 21 billion – with over 5 algorithms to mine with (Scryt Sha-256 Qubit Skein Groestl) – in order to keep mining local and in the hands of many. A 60 second block target a 0.5% premine and a block retarget every 2.4 hrs or 244 blocks.

DigiByte: Refers to the entire DigiByte network or a single monetary unit on the payment network. 21 billion DigiBytes will be created over 21 years.

Block: A grouping of all transactions sent over the DigiByte network within a 30 second time frame. Think of a block as an excel spreadsheet that lists the address location of all DigiBytes at a given point in time in history. New DigiBytes are brought into circulation as each block is discovered on the network through a process called mining.

Mining: Mining is how transactions are processed on the network. Anyone can become a miner by donating and using their desktop laptop or mobile phone computing power to help process transactions on the DigiByte network. DigiByte has made this process even easier with our 3 click mining software for beginners.

Blockchain: The DigiByte blockchain is the entire history of all blocks discovered on the network & therefore all transactions made on the network. Each block references the proceeding block all the way back to the beginning of the network to what is known as the genesis block. By linking blocks (spreadsheets) together an accurate secure accounting of all up to date DigiByte ownership is made by decentralized consensus.

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