Crypto analysts are of the view that the year 2019 will be the same as the events of 2017. On their part, crypto enthusiasts are hopeful that the year will bring a lot of positive strides in the crypto-sphere. At the moment, many coins are already putting forward their latest developments. DigiByte (DGB) and Verge (XVG) have set the machinery in motion by releasing impressive developments on their networks.
A Look at DigiByte (DGB)’s DigiZipper
It is worth noting that DigiByte (DGB) is in the business of strengthening the security apparatuses in the crypto community. The launch of DigiZipper is a testament to that fact. On the contrary, it will be more efficient than other security frameworks that had worked on the coin’s premise.
DigiByte (DGB) seems to have an escape in every blind alley. This notion is confirmed with the introduction of DigiZipper. This is a security approach that will be used in zipping and unzipping encrypted files.
Can you remember the last time you bought a book online? That might be many years ago. The reason for that is simple. Piracy is the in-thing! The same scenario plays out in the crypto community, where intellectual property is under siege.
With DigiZipper, users can only download intellectual property. Provided you “zipped” it, third-parties cannot access it unless you “unzip. This milestone is commendable and will go the extra mile to solidify DigiByte (DGB)’s cybersecurity options for the crypto community.
Another exciting thing about the DigiZipper feature is your ability to choose between Zipping and UnZipping things.
Verge (XVG)’s Ring Confidential Transactions (RingCT) masks transaction amounts
Similar to DigiByte (DGB), Verge (XVG) is keen on making the crypto-sphere a habitable community. The launch of the Ring Confidential Transactions (RingCT) will go extra mile in strengthening transactions in the crypto-sphere.
The essence of this is to “mask” transaction. To this end, it will be hard to decipher the sender and recipient of a transaction. In addition, the amount of the transaction will not be disclosed. Work is still in progress in the network and the RingCT integration will soon come to release probably in Q1 2019.
Uniform Security as the Last Mile
Despite their disparate launches and products, Verge (XVG) and DigiByte (DGB) are unified in the bid to protect users on their networks. While DigiByte (DGB)’s DigiZipper forestalls manipulations on intellectual property, Verge (XVG)’s RingCT hides the source, transaction volume and the recipient of the transaction.
With the positioning of these coins and the full-scale security coming through their networks, it will be a bold move to assert that when both projects are launched they would likely be the best launches for Q1 2019, considering the fact that people opted for cryptocurrency because of privacy.