51% attack on Bitcoin was already known: BTC Gold’s Developer

51% attack on Bitcoin was already known: BTC Gold’s Developer
51% attack on Bitcoin was already known: BTC Gold's Developer

Bitcoin gold’s engineer group declared Friday night, 51% attack was already known  seeking longer than seven days.

Bitcoin gold advised exchange and mining pools of the assault on July 2

and presented a notification on the network on July 10, noticing that it was ideal for “every other person to overhaul their hubs.”

The group just uncovered the attempted network takeover to the general population after the mysterious attacker,

which had been mining blocks since July 1, discharged 1300 squares late Friday.

Designers had enclosed an update that included a checkpoint at square 640650 on July 2. That checkpoint kept the assailant’s chain from assuming control over the right string, they said Friday.

“Most legit pool hash power proceeds to mine on the fair chain,” site maintainer CryptoDJ said in the post.

As indicated by the crypto currency’s authentic site, there are just 108 bitcoin gold hubs on the planet. About 30% of them are in Germany. Bitcoin Gold interchanges chief Edward Iskra revealed to Currency Times that this solitary speaks too quickly responsive hubs and not ones that don’t permit approaching associations.

The value appears to have been unaffected by the endeavored assault, exchanging somewhere in the range of $9 and $10 since Tuesday, as per Bitfinex.