The post by Dogeconomist on Auroracoin almost a week ago led to a small storm of controversy over the national cryptocurrency.
Some Chinese exchanges have started to receive official shutdown notices from banks stating that they have to stop Bitcoin related business by April 15, 2014.
A month ago, Dogeconomist warned about the risks of Auroracoin. After examining the Auroracoin blockchain, signs of severe fraudulent activity can now be observed.
After previously discussing the biggest parasites in Dogecoin 1.5 in part one, this part will focus on version 1.6 and the changes herein compared to version 1.5.
Following the report on how the update to Dogecoin 1.6 affected Dogecoin mining in general, Dogeconomist will zoom in on the actual winners and losers of the update.