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It has been far too long since we checked up on Singularity. Even though this digital currency had a fairly decent launch, a community takeover followed swiftly after the original developer showed no further interest in the project. Let’s see what they have been up to!
One of the first things that needed to be done, was hard forking the original Singularity code. The most noteworthy changes include a reduction in block reward (16 compared to 32), faster block reward halving, and the removal of superblocks (I like superblocks! :<)
There is a mandatory Singularity client upgrade, which was released overnight by the developers. This upgrade will bring a hard fork , and all users have a few days in order to upgrade their client. Let’s take a look!
There are five major changes coming in this mandatory Singularity client update, which we will all take a look at in turn. Download links for the new client can be found below this article. An updated MAC client was not available yet as of this writing.
It looks like today could be another slow news day, but that does give us the opportunity to look at some of the recently released coins, like SIngularity. An anonymous dual-algorithm digital currency? Now I am really intrigued!
Singularity labels itself as “Anonymous dual-algo Scrypt/X13 GPU/ASIC friendly”. Okay, first things first. You can mine Singularity by using either the X13 or Scrypt algorithm, which means my small Scrypt ASIC will be of use. Liking the coin already.