Market Capitalization$1.20 million
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Xeonbit (XNB) Frequently Asked Questions
What is Xeonbit?
Xeonbit (XNB) is a CryptoNight algorithm-based cryptocurrency, it relies on Ring Signatures in order to provide a certain degree of privacy when making a transaction. Xeonbit is a Proof of Work (PoW) cryptocurrency that can be mined with computational power from a CPU or GPU. There are currently no ASICs for Xeonbit, which means that anyone with a computer can mine it. (Description provided by CryptoCompare)
How do I buy Xeonbit?
It is not possible to buy all cryptocurrencies with U.S. dollars. Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin and other popular cryptocurrencies can be purchased with U.S. dollars using Coinbase or BlockFi. Once you have purchased Bitcoin using Coinbase, you can then transfer your Bitcoin to an exchange such as Binance to purchase other cryptocurrencies, including Xeonbit.
Where can I get Xeonbit wallet?
Xeonbit produces its own wallet software that is available for download on its website, which allows you to store Xeonbit on your computer. For maximum security, you can store your cryptocurrencies on a dedicated hardware wallet such as a TREZOR wallet or a Ledger Nano X. If you do not wish to buy a hardware wallet, you may consider using a mobile wallet such as Atomic Wallet, Jaxx, or Coinomi to store multiple cryptocurrencies with some added security benefits.
What is the value of Xeonbit?
One Xeonbit (XNB) is currently worth $0.00 on major cryptocurrency exchanges. You can also exchange one Xeonbit for 0.00000008 bitcoin(s) on major exchanges. The value (or market capitalization) of all available Xeonbit in U.S. dollars is $1.20 million.
What hashing algorithm does Xeonbit use?
Xeonbit is a proof of work (PoW) coin that uses the
How do I mine Xeonbit?
Xeonbit can be mined using specialized mining software. XMR Stak is a commonly-used mining tool that works for CPU mining and GPU mining with both Nvidia and AMD graphics cards. CCMiner is another popular mining tool for computers with NVIDIA graphics cards. In addition to having mining software, you will need a Xeonbit and access to a mining pool that pools your effort with other miners and a wallet to store the Xeonbit that you earn from mining. Most cryptocurrencies have multiple publicly-available mining pools that can be found with a simple Google search.
What coins are similar to Xeonbit?
The following coins use Xeonbit's
algorithm and proof of work (PoW) proof-type: Electroneum, Beldex, TurtleCoin, ZumCoin, uPlexa, Qwertycoin, CROAT, Citadel, Newton Coin Project, BitcoiNote, Niobio Cash and FRED Energy.
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Xeonbit (XNB) Price Chart for Friday, May, 14, 2021
Xeonbit (XNB) Search Trends
There is a correlation between price appreciation and public interest in cryptocurrencies, such as Xeonbit. Many cryptocurrency investors use Google Trends, which measures the volume of web searches for a particular topic over time, as a tool to gauge whether public interest is increasing or decreasing for a particular cryptocurrency. The chart below shows how search volume has changed for the phrase "Xeonbit Coin" over the last 90 days.
Xeonbit (XNB) Website Traffic
Xeonbit (XNB) Social Media Trends
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