We mentioned a few weeks ago how PandaCoin (PND) is aiming to change the landscape of cryptocurrency and altcoins as we know it. As all of this took place yesterday, and the dust has settled a bit, let’s take a look at what went down.
For an overview of the features that have been released, you can check out our previous PandaCoin article here. THe aim of this article is to see how all of those features perform at this point in time.
The one feature I was looking forward to the most is the PandaCoin Browser Miner, which allows anyone to mine PND without any setup involved. My plan was to see whether or not I could get this running on my Chromebook, just for kicks.
I do say that it was my plan, as the PandaCoin Browser Miner is currently not available. The website is running , but there are some backend issues concerning the payouts. As of this writing, browser mining has been temporarily disabled.
Another interesting feature is PandaBank, which allows you to earn interest on your account balances. I like the fact this is available for both Windows (installer and standalone) and Mac OS X (as well as Mac OS X Legacy).
PandaCoin’s Cryptocurrency Crash Course looks great, and they are very informative. Most of the topics being discussed will be common knowledge for most of us, but it is well written in order to attract new and more users and investors.
I didn’t get around to testing out all the features, such as the Android PandaWallet (lacking space on my phone at the moment), or BuyPND, which allows you to purchase PandaCoin through Paypal. I hate Paypal with a passion so I’m not even going to touch it with a ten foot pole.
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