Viacoin [VIA] is an open source decentralized cryptocurrency created in 2014, with a protocol derived from Bitcoin that supports integrated consensus with an extended OP_RETURN of 120 bytes. This altcoin features Scrypt Merged Mining, also called Auxiliary Proof of Work or AuxPoW, which makes transactions 25 times faster than Bitcoin. For example, the VIA inflation rate is lower due to the minimum prize in the resolution of mining blocks. Currently it is operated by one of the largest pools (F2Pool) with a very high hashrate, other features include an algorithm that conforms to the mining difficulty to find faults.
VIA price in September 2017
At an initial price of INR 94.30 on 2 September 2017 VIA was fluctuating and finally traded at INR 92.57 on 30 September 2017.
VIA price in October 2017
VIA started off at INR 90.84 on 1 October 2017 and over the weeks was reflecting at INR 93.48 on 30 October 2017.
VIA price in November 2017
VIA was INR 130.23 on 1 November 2017 and its price fell down to INR 104 on 30 November 2017.
VIA price in December 2017
VIA started off at INR 116.68 on 1 December 2017 and drastically bounced back to INR 308.84 on 31 December 2017.
VIA price in January 2018
VIA started off at INR 344.76 on 1 January 2018 and dipped down to INR 270.41 on 31 January 2018.
VIA price in February 2018
VIA started off at INR 214.72 on 1 December 2017 and took a downward leap to INR 177.35 on 28 February 2018.
About Viacoin (VIA):
ViaCoin is a Scrypt altcoin, and therefore it can be exploited by people who own Scrypt ASIC miners. We have seen that almost all newly launched cryptocurrencies opt for different operating algorithms to prevent people from using their ASIC devices. A very interesting choice by the developer, which was well received by the crowd of general cryptocurrency.
An increase in value can come only from people investing their hard-earned money in your cryptocurrency because it has potential. ViaCoin holds a lot of potential because it takes things to a whole new level. While most other cryptocurrencies, including Bitcoin, are not big fans of building apps above their blockchain, this is why projects like Ethereum are so important for the future and have received so much support.