2014年6月6日 星期五

Charlie Lee: 這些ASIC來挖Litecoin 意味著成功的轉折點,現在起Litecoin 將被自己所專屬的Hardware 所保護






As new miners jump onto to the network, however, litecoin payoffs become rarer for folks like Jeremy Martinez. Litcoin mining is now about nine times as difficult as it was back in November. But there’s a bright side. All of this processing power also makes the currency’s network harder to take over. Both litecoin and bitcoin could fall victim to something called the 51 percent attack, which would let an attacker with control of more than half of the network’s processing power do things like send the same digital currency to two different addresses. That’s why litecoin’s creator, Charlie Lee, likes to see the new chips, known as ASICs. “Having ASICs come out to mine litecoin means that it’s really gotten to a point where it’s succeeded,” he says. “Now litecoin is being protected by its own hardware.”

註: 這位大哥你去年好像不是這樣說的吧...