The privacy coin Verge (XVG) underwent a reorganization of 560,000 blockchains after a 51% attack on Monday. Lucas Nuzzi of CoinMetrics stated that the history of token transactions over 200 days has been deleted. Privacy-focused blockchain network Verge (XVG) has experienced a significant block reorganization, replacing transactions dating as far back as July 2020. Despite being described as potentially “the deepest reorg that has ever taken place in a top 100 cryptocurrency,” analysts are yet to confirm that the incident comprised a coordinated attack. Coinmetrics chief operating officer Antoine Le Calvez was one of the first to notice the reorg, sharing a screenshot on Twitter showing that at least 560,000 blocks had disappeared on Feb. 15.
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