Latium is pleased to announce it will establish a Strategic Partnership with Bitcoin Gold, a cryptocurrency with Bitcoin fundamentals, mined on common GPUs instead of specialty ASICs.
Bitcoin Gold — BTG is a cryptocurrency with Bitcoin fundamentals, mined on common GPUs instead of specialty ASICs.
ASICs tend to monopolize mining to a few big players, but GPU mining means anyone can mine again — restoring decentralization and independence. GPU mining rewards go to individuals worldwide, instead of mostly to ASIC warehouse owners, recreating network effects that Bitcoin used to have.
BTG enhances and extends the crypto space with a blockchain closely compatible with Bitcoin (with SegWit and Lightning Network) but without using resources like Bitcoin hashpower or vying for the “real Bitcoin” title. Bitcoin Gold is creating a welcoming space for new devs and new technologies building on a bitcoin base.
As a Friendly Fork, Bitcoin Gold offers a coin as easy and familiar to implement as Bitcoin, but with plenty of space for new ideas. That’s why Bitcoin Gold has a thriving economy and ecosystem.
Latium is a digital freelancing platform based in the USA, with numerous staff located all across the globe. Founded in 2017 by Co-Founders David Johnson and Matt Carden, Latium’s primary focus is advancing the field of online freelancing, while intersecting with current and upcoming blockchain technology and features. By allowing users from across the globe to both pay for and earn in the currencies they choose and prefer, Latium opens the door to expanded freelancing opportunities for all. Since inception, Latium has registered over 250,000 users to the platform and continues to grow each and every day.
Bitcoin Gold is now LIVE on the Latium Platform
The native Bitcoin Gold coin has been integrated within the Latium platform. The Bitcoin Gold coin will be available as a form of payment for projects created within the Latium platform. Additionally, the Bitcoin Gold coin is listed to the Latium Internal Exchange.
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