Network cryptoprocta Monero, according to some users, could be attacked due to a reduction of computing capacity after a recent hard forks.
However, in response, expressed the excitement of the users that rejected the circuit was 21 blocks long which is the main chain, and this could make it possible to re-debited, the developer of Monero Ricardo’s Spanie (Riccardo Spagni) stated that the suspicions caused by the problems that someone might encounter during synchronization, while the majority of difficulties with the reorganization not occurred.
His reorg is dated yesterday, but it’s a section of blocks from 2.6 days ago, so DEFINITELY a reorg during catch up. Nobody else has seen anything besides a reorg of a single block or two, and https://t.co/9soPud8qp4 has been down for unrelated reasons. Much ado about nothing:)
— Riccardo Spagni (@fluffypony) May 7, 2018
However, user complaints are recorded on them double charges of Spanyi tied to the fact that they can work remotely or with other “strange” instrument. The developer is sure that the attack cannot be considered.
We will remind that on April 6, the network Monero occurred hardwork, which gave rise to two projects Classic Monero, Monero Monero Original and 0, each of which calls itself “the original Monero”. Hardwork was a response to the release of the largest manufacturer of mining equipment, Bitmain ASIC miner Antminer X3, designed for cryptocurrency mining, using the Cryptonight Protocol, including XMR. The developers of Monero decided to spend hardwork to make the equipment useless.