So let’s talk some more about XC, as this is one of the hottest cryptocurrencies out there right now. And rightfully so, from what we can tell. But it’s safe to assume some people are still not convinced, so let’s see if we can change that.
The biggest issue people have is whether or not the source code of a Crypto, in this case XC, is just a copy-and-paste job, or whether it really shows innovation and commitment. Luckily for us, someone checked it out, and here are the results.
MindFox, a well respected member among the Crypto community, has looked at the XC code, and the code of the coin most people figured it would be a clone of, FedoraCoin. The point of concern is in the mixerann.cpp and the header file.
After checking out the FedoraCoin repository, as well as looking at the XC code implementation through Teamviewer, MindFox came to a conclusion. Good news, as there are no similarities between both Cryptos.
However, you shouldn’t just take anyone’s word for it, MindFox said. Feel free to download the FedoraCoin source code and create a working wallet that has all the features of XC enabled. This would provide conclusive evidence for everyone to see.
It’s not unimportant these things get verified by a third-party and unbiased source. Even though you can technically any coin to be a Bitcoin clone, It’s good to see how the XC team allowed someone to review it and share their finding with the public.
Good things are still happening for XC, and the result of this “investigation” shows that this is not a coin that will go away anytime soon. We will keep you updated as we receive more news in regards to XC and XC-related projects.
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