Krypton Abandons Ethereum-Based Blockchain After 51% Attack

Stephanie Kent, Krypton’s founder, working from a convenience store after having lost power in her home due to the Florida hurricane, Hermine.
The world of cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin and altcoins, is a strange place, often likened to the Wild West. It is so well-populated by the anonymous, that it becomes easy to forget that there is a real person on the other side of that userid, handle or avatar; that, when things go terribly wrong, for example, real people are being hurt, their very real investments, sometimes including businesses, are being destroyed.
I know this world firsthand. For the past two years, I myself, have lived amongst its denizens as an anonymous actor, hiding behind a pseudonym to protect my own identity, as should be the right of every citizen to do if they wish. It is only now, when I have decided to take my altcoin project, Krypton, into the light

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