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Aeon

Aeon (AEON) is a private, secure, untraceable currency. You are your bank, you control your funds, and nobody can trace your transfers.
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[help] Chrome swapping my system to death

I just reinstalled my system with Xubuntu 16.04 and it's completely up to date. If I leave my system logged in over night, when I come back in the morning, the RAM is all used up and there are hundreds of processes like this:
user+ 19585 1711 0 08:09 ? 00:00:00 /opt/google/chrome/chrome --type=renderer --field-trial-handle=7187687655202307923,13613537160762237047,131072 --service-pipe-token=81E3C00FE019CE0D770603E2F5D522C6 --lang=en-US --extension-process --disable-client-side-phishing-detection --enable-offline-auto-reload --enable-offline-auto-reload-visible-only --blink-settings=disallowFetchForDocWrittenScriptsInMainFrame=false,disallowFetchForDocWrittenScriptsInMainFrameOnSlowConnections=true --enable-pinch --num-raster-threads=2 --enable-main-frame-before-activation --content-image-texture-target=0,0,3553;0,1,3553;0,2,3553;0,3,3553;0,4,3553;0,5,3553;0,6,3553;0,7,3553;0,8,3553;0,9,3553;0,10,3553;0,11,3553;0,12,3553;0,13,3553;0,14,3553;0,15,3553;0,16,3553;0,17,3553;1,0,3553;1,1,3553;1,2,3553;1,3,3553;1,4,3553;1,5,3553;1,6,3553;1,7,3553;1,8,3553;1,9,3553;1,10,3553;1,11,3553;1,12,3553;1,13,3553;1,14,3553;1,15,3553;1,16,3553;1,17,3553;2,0,3553;2,1,3553;2,2,3553;2,3,3553;2,4,3553;2,5,3553;2,6,3553;2,7,3553;2,8,3553;2,9,3553;2,10,3553;2,11,3553;2,12,3553;2,13,3553;2,14,3553;2,15,3553;2,16,3553;2,17,3553;3,0,3553;3,1,3553;3,2,3553;3,3,3553;3,4,3553;3,5,3553;3,6,3553;3,7,3553;3,8,3553;3,9,3553;3,10,3553;3,11,3553;3,12,3553;3,13,3553;3,14,3553;3,15,3553;3,16,3553;3,17,3553;4,0,3553;4,1,3553;4,2,3553;4,3,3553;4,4,3553;4,5,3553;4,6,3553;4,7,3553;4,8,3553;4,9,3553;4,10,3553;4,11,3553;4,12,3553;4,13,3553;4,14,3553;4,15,3553;4,16,3553;4,17,3553 --disable-accelerated-video-decode --enable-gpu-async-worker-context --service-request-channel-token=81E3C00FE019CE0D770603E2F5D522C6 --renderer-client-id=1731 --shared-files=v8_natives_data:100,v8_snapshot_data:101 
What's going on here? Is someone mining for bitcoins on my system? For the record, I ad this problem with Ubuntu before, but not Kali Linux.
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