Verge is a cryptocurrency that aims to perform anonymous transactions that can't be tracked. In fact, it is interesting to know that in the beginning when the currency was founded, it was called DogeCoinDark, but in 2016 the team changed its name to Verge. Anyone using the Internet knows what an IP address is – a unique address similar to a phone number that is used by machines usually computers to connect to each other when sending information across the Internet. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) knows not only your IP address but the IP of the other computer you have made a connection. Verge uses Tor and I2P to create anonymous connections. Tor is a secure network for browsing the Internet anonymously, and I2P (The Invisible Internet Project) is a decentralized network, in which users connect to each other via peer-to-peer encrypted tunnels. So, on the Verge network, users have the choice between public or private blockchain transactions.The wallets are Electrum based initially to be used by Bitcoin. They are available for Android, Linux, OSX, and Windows. Apple iOS is coming very soon. The token symbol is XVG and can be exchanged on Cryptopia, Bittrex, Binance, FexPro and many more.