This week in GIN — 18th of January, 2019

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Gincoin Testnet

The Gincoin Testnet is now live, you can start your wallet in testnet mode by adding “testnet=1” in your config file, or by launching the daemon with the “-testnet” parameter. The testnet explorer is available at this address:

Having the Gincoin Testnet live allows us to test changes before actually deploying new code to the main network and we will soon start to rollout these changes on the testnet and the publc Github repo:

Developers, pools and node runners can get in touch with our CTO Dragos, for clarifications or for testnet GIN if required, by email at dragos.badea@gincoin.io.

CoinExchange Listing

The GIN/BTC pair is now listed for trading on CoinExchange:

Following the temporary closing of all trading on Cryptopia we have opened a new exchange listing next to the existing CryptoBridge. As previously discussed, higher volume exchanges are in the works but none as actionable as lower volume ones and we needed to open another market quickly to avoid trading centralization. Again, please be aware that not all exchanges listed on our CMC page are endorsed, please only trade on the ones that you see listed on our website — https://gincoin.io/.

Coin overview

At the moment, we’re at 7,686 masternodes — for an updated number in real time, check the platform, right on the top left!

Currently, GIN Coin is estimated at 0.00022000 BTC (CryptoBridge).

GIN in other media

You can now see how to setup a masternode using the GIN Platform on the Altcoin Buzz Youtube channel! Check it out here:

Steve McGarry (HackCrypto) made an update on top 10 fastest growing masternodes, and of course GIN is there! Couldn’t have it any other way!

MasterNodes.Pro Top 10 Ranking on January 16, 2019? Check.

Guess who’s also numero 1 on this masternode hosting platforms comparison page started by Masternode Buzz:

Exactly. GIN Platform. Boom.

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