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Aurora is a project that creates a new type of blockchain that is focused on speed of transactions and multiple functions of the system.
It was first launched as a country-specific currency that was hopefully to replace the Icelandic Krona. For that time, it was one of the first larks among nation-specific cryptocurrencies. The founder is believed to be an anonymous developer who went by the pseudonym of Baldur Friggjar Óðinsson.
AUR is one of the few cryptocurrencies that is using a mix of five different hashing algorithms, namely Grøstl, Qubit, scrypt, SHA-256, and Skein.
Recently, there have been many changes in the developers team that affected the popularity of the project and the quality of the team. No one likes the ship abandoned by its rats.
The country of origin is presumed to be Iceland.
AUR token was launched back in 2014, on January 25th, so almost 8 years ago, which is a rare age for coins that are normally at least three years younger. Interestingly enough, the coin crashed immediately after being launched for the general public in March 2014, but two years later, it was revived by a group of developers from Auroracoin Foundation, an association established in 2015.
Problems and future perspectives
Currently, the overall rating of AuroraCoin is relatively low, with a total market cap around 13 mln USD and the price per token a little above 0,001 USD. However, it is still listed and traded in many popular exchanges as KuCoin, BitGlobal, Coinone, Indodax, etc.
Most people agree that currently Auroracoin lost its interest for investors and users.
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