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GRS

Groestlcoin  

#GRS

GRS Price:
$0.53
Volume:
$32.4 K
All Time High:
$3.22
Market Cap:
$45.5 M


Circulating Supply:
85,048,588
Exchanges:
2+
Total Supply:
85,048,588
Markets:
4+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
13



  GRS PRICE


The price of #GRS today is $0.53 USD.

The lowest GRS price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.535, and the current live price for one GRS coin is $0.53477.

The all-time high GRS coin price was $3.22.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of GRS with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  GRS OVERVIEW


The code for Groestlcoin crypto currency is #GRS.

Groestlcoin is 10.1 years old.


  GRS MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Groestlcoin is $45,481,603.

Groestlcoin is ranking downwards to #475 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  GRS VOLUME


There is a modest daily trading volume on #GRS.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Groestlcoin is $32,379.


  GRS SUPPLY


The circulating supply of GRS is 85,048,588 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


  GRS EXCHANGES


GRS is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

View #GRS trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #GRS purchase.


  GRS RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #GRS, and you can view them on our GRS disambiguation page.


  GRS RESOURCES


Websitewww.groestlcoin.org
Whitepaperwww.groestl.info/groestl-implementation-guide.pdf
TwitterGroestlcoinTeam
Redditr/groestlcoin
Telegramgroestl
Discorddiscord.gg/3nc6h6S


  GRS DEVELOPER NEWS



Harnessing the Power of Taproot for Groestlcoin (GRS): A Comprehensive Guide

Groestlcoin (GRS) is a fast and secure cryptocurrency that has been around since 2014. As a fork of Bitcoin, it shares many of its underlying technologies while also benefiting from its innovations. One such technology, which has recently gained attention in the crypto community, is Taproot. Originally introduced for Bitcoin, Groestlcoin (GRS) was the first digital currency to have implemented it. Taproot is a protocol upgrade that greatly improves privacy, scalability, and security.. — In this article, we will delve into the details of Taproot, how it works, and how to use it for Groestlcoin (GRS) transactions. — What is Taproot?. — Taproot is a soft fork upgrade in the Groestlcoin (GRS) protocol, designed to enhance privacy and transaction efficiency. It primarily combines Schnorr signatures and the Merkleized Abstract Syntax Trees (MAST) to enable more flexible and private transactions. Although it was initially designed for Bitcoin, Groestlcoin (GRS) was the first that adopted Taproot. — How does Taproot work?. — Schnorr Signatures: Taproot replaces traditional ECDSA signatures with Schnorr signatures. This enables multiple signatures to be combined into a single one, reducing the transaction size and improving privacy by masking complex scripts. Merkleized Abstract Syntax Trees (MAST): MAST allows for the inclusion of multiple spending conditions within a transaction. Only the executed con...




GRS June 2023 Release

As we forge ahead in 2023, Groestlcoin (GRS) continues to showcase its resilience and commitment to innovation, even amidst the dynamic landscape of cryptocurrency. Currently standing at #581 with a market cap of approximately $29 million, GRS is a testament to the tireless work of our dedicated team and the unwavering support of our community. The past few months have seen the cryptocurrency industry grappling with regulatory challenges. These regulatory shifts have resulted in market turbulence and uncertainty, impacting cryptocurrencies across the board, including GRS. Crypto exchanges are strategizing to navigate this ongoing regulatory pressure, leading to discussions about potential relocation to avoid these constraints. Despite these challenges, Groestlcoin remains steadfast in its mission to provide a secure, decentralized, and transparent cryptocurrency experience. We continue to adapt and innovate, focusing on the needs of our users and the broader crypto community. Our dedication to our core principles has guided us through these uncertain times and will continue to drive our efforts moving forward. As we navigate the rest of 2023, we are optimistic about the future of Groestlcoin and the continued growth and development of our platform. Here’s to our collective perseverance and the exciting journey ahead! Here’s what the team have been working on in the past 3 months: — Groestlcoin Core v25 - — ...




Secure Your GRS Transactions with Hardware Wallets and GRSPay Server: A Step-by-Step Guide

As the popularity of cryptocurrencies continues to rise, securing digital assets is becoming increasingly important. Groestlcoin (GRS) is no exception. In this article, we’ll walk you through how to integrate a hardware wallet with the GRSPay Server to enhance the security of your GRS transactions.. — — Why Use a Hardware Wallet with GRSPay Server? - GRSPay Vault is a secure and user-friendly application that enables web applications to access your hardware wallet, providing seamless integration for an enhanced experience. It is a separate app, locally hosted on your PC, that connects to GRSPay Server with your permission, allowing integration with any hardware wallet connected to your PC. With GRSPay Vault, you can import your wallet and spend incoming funds effortlessly, confirming transactions on your device while keeping your private keys safely within your hardware wallet. — Here is a step-by-step guide on how to use a hardware wallet with the GRSPay Server for your GRS transactions: - — Step 1: Choose a compatible hardware wallet. — Ensure you have a hardware wallet that is compatible with the GRSPay Server. The most popular hardware wallets, such as Ledger Nano S, Ledger Nano X, Ledger Nano S Plus, Trezor One, and Trezor Model T, are all compatible with GRSPay Server. — Step 2: Set up your hardware wallet. — Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to set up your hardware...




Groestlcoin 9th Anniversary Update

In the face of unprecedented challenges, the world of cryptocurrency has demonstrated its resilience, and Groestlcoin (GRS) is no exception. As we celebrate the 9th anniversary of Groestlcoin, we are reminded of our journey and the milestones we have achieved. Despite the turbulent market conditions, including the unfortunate delisting from Binance and the aftermath of global events like the Covid-19 pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia conflict, Groestlcoin has remained steadfast in its mission to provide a secure and innovative cryptocurrency experience. Currently ranked at #474 with a market cap of $37 million, GRS stands as a testament to the dedication and hard work of our team and community. As we navigate these uncertain times, the importance of cryptocurrency’s core principles — decentralization, security, and transparency — becomes increasingly evident. As the world seeks alternative financial solutions, Groestlcoin remains committed to advancing its technology, expanding its reach, and reinforcing the fundamental values that define the essence of cryptocurrency. The developments we’re about to announce underscore our unwavering dedication to empowering our users and fostering a more secure and prosperous future. Together, let’s continue to innovate, adapt, and persevere through these challenges, and celebrate the progress we’ve made as we look forward to a promising 2023. Here are the latest developmen...




What is… GRS HWI?

Groestlcoin Hardware Wallet Interface (HWI) is a versatile Python library and command-line tool created to facilitate seamless interaction with various hardware wallets. By providing a consistent method for software to work with these wallets, HWI eliminates the need for implementing device-specific drivers. It is important to note that featuring a specific hardware wallet vendor does not imply an endorsement of its quality or security. — Key Features - Compatibility with Mainnet and Testnet, Support for a wide range of hardware wallets, including KeepKey, Ledger Nano S, Ledger Nano X, Trezor Model T, and Trezor One, Developed using Python, Open-source with an MIT license, Please be aware that this application is licensed under MIT, which means there is no warranty, and no party shall be held liable for any damages you may incur. If you lose coins due to this app, no compensation will be provided. Use this app solely at your own risk. — Downloads - Download the OSX wallet Download Windows installer Download Linux installer — Source Code - For those interested in exploring or contributing to the HWI project, the source code is available on GitHub.




What is… GRSPay Vault?

GRSPay Vault is a secure and user-friendly application that enables web applications to access your hardware wallet, providing seamless integration for an enhanced experience. It is a separate app, locally hosted on your PC, that connects to GRSPay Server with your permission, allowing integration with any hardware wallet connected to your PC. With GRSPay Vault, you can import your wallet and spend incoming funds effortlessly, confirming transactions on your device while keeping your private keys safely within your hardware wallet. — Getting Started with GRSPay Vault - Download GRSPay Vault for your operating system (Windows, MacOS, or Linux)., Install and open the GRSPay Vault app on your PC., Connect your hardware wallet and ensure it is awake., On GRSPay Server, go to Store > General Settings > Wallet > Setup > Connect an existing wallet > Connect hardware wallet., Grant permission for the connection., Your public key will be automatically imported and configured for the store., Verify the address displayed on GRSPay matches the one on your device., Save your settings., — Spending Funds with GRSPay Vault - Open the GRSPay Vault app on your PC., Ensure your hardware wallet is connected and awake., In GRSPay Server, go to Wallets > Manage > Send., Enter the destination address and amount., (Trezor users only: In Advanced settings, check ‘Always include non-witness UTXO if av...




What is… Sparrow-GRS?

Sparrow-GRS is a modern, user-friendly desktop Groestlcoin wallet application, designed to support most hardware wallets and built on common standards like PSBT (Partially Signed Bitcoin Transactions). Sparrow-GRS focuses on transparency and usability, providing users with detailed information about transactions and UTXOs (Unspent Transaction Outputs) in a manageable and accessible manner. — Unique Features - Sparrow-GRS sets itself apart by offering a fully featured transaction editor that doubles as a blockchain explorer. This functionality allows users to edit all transaction fields and inspect transaction bytes before broadcasting, ensuring greater control and understanding of the transaction process. — Key Features - Full support for single-sig and multi-sig wallets on common script types, Connection to public Electrum-GRS servers, Standards-based, including full PSBT support, Support for various hardware wallets, including KeepKey, Ledger Nano S, Ledger Nano X, Trezor Model T, and Trezor One, Complete coin and fee control with comprehensive coin selection, Labeling of transactions, inputs, and outputs • Lightweight and multi-platform compatibility, PayJoin support, Built-in Tor for increased privacy and security, Testnet, regtest, and signet support, — License & Liability - Sparrow-GRS is licensed under the Apache License. There is no warranty, and no party shall be made liable for damages....




GRS X-Mas 2022 Development Update

Unfortunately, this year has been another rollercoaster for the world of Crypto and GRS. With the delisting of GRS from Binance earlier this year causing heartbreak to many, fortunately, the price was relatively unaffected on all remaining exchanges. The collapse of FTX in November sent shockwaves through the crypto-sphere with losses totalling over $1BN USD and some individuals losing tens of thousands of dollars worth. Whilst this is devasting, this reinforces the mantra of “not your keys, not your coins”, and will hopefully allow for greater transparency from exchanges in the future. From everyone in the Groestlcoin team, we hope you have a fantastic Christmas / Holiday and here’s to a prosperous 2023! — Development Update - — Groestlcoin Core v24.0.1 Update. — From v23, Groestlcoin Core is now fully code-signed on Mac OSX and Windows, meaning no warning signs and fewer false-positive antivirus hits! Click here for more information, download links and more for Groestlcoin Core What’s New? A full set of release notes can be found here. — GRSPay 1.7.1.0 — Testnet & Mainnet. — Click here for more information, how-to guides and learn how to accept GRS via GRSPay here What’s New Upgrade Bootstrap to v5.2.3; Design System improvements, The new version of the checkout as an opt-in feature, Request customer data with forms for email and shipping address, Server settings: Add ...




GRS September 2022 Release Update

With a global rising cost-of-living crisis, cryptocurrency is currently seeing its greatest challenge yet. Satoshi Nakamoto created Bitcoin in light of the last financial crisis in 2008 in an effort to provide an alternative, unregulated, market-controlled currency. The western world is now on the brink of another financial crisis, with the aftermath of government Covid-19 contingency efforts and now the Ukraine-Russia war putting strains on people's wallets, the next couple of years will prove or disprove the fundamental idea of cryptocurrency. It currently appears the world of cryptocurrency is slightly in “limbo”, waiting for how everything pans out and that is largely reflected in the price movements of Bitcoin, Ethereum, GRS and other cryptocurrencies over the past few months. GRS has been fairly resilient over the course of the past few months, despite unfortunately being unfairly delisted from Binance, which highlighted further the requirements of being available on as many exchanges as possible, big or small. GRS has weathered the storm and will come out of it stronger.Did you know?GRS is rated #6 for active Github contributions in the last 12 months, and rated #10 in the last 3 months! Once again there have been significant technological pushes over the past few months that will be announced below. — GRSPay v1.6.9.0 Released (Mainnet + Testnet) - Click here for more information, and how-to guides. Le...




What is… GRS Eclair

Groestlcoin Eclair (French for Lightning) is a Scala implementation of the Lightning Network. It can run with or without a GUI, and a JSON API is also available.Groestlcoin Eclair requires Groestlcoin Core 2.18.2, 2.19.1 or 2.20.1. If you are upgrading an existing wallet, you need to create a new address and send all your funds to that address. Groestlcoin Eclair needs a synchronized, segwit-ready, zeromq-enabled, wallet-enabled, non-pruning, tx-indexing Groestlcoin Core node. Groestlcoin Eclair will use any GRS it finds in the Groestlcoin Core wallet to fund any channels you choose to open. Eclair will return GRS from closed channels to this wallet. You must configure your Groestlcoin node to use bech32 (segwit) addresses. If your wallet has “non-segwit UTXOs” (outputs that are neither p2sh-segwit or bech32), you must send them to a bech32 address before running eclair. — Features - Creating channels., Closing channels., Completely managing all channel states (including the exceptional ones!)., Mainnet and testnet support, — Download - Groestlcoin Eclair is developed in Scala, a powerful functional language that runs on the JVM, and is packaged as a ZIP archive. eclair-node (server daemon): github.com eclair-front (cluster mode): github.com eclair-front (awseb bundle): github.com — Source Code - github.co




  GRS NEWS


Bitcoin Spark: The New Face of Cryptocurrency Challenging Groestlcoin

    The cryptocurrency market has experienced growing interest, a massive adoption rate, and increased investments from retail blockchain enthusiasts, institutional investors, and venture capital firms. Cryptocurrencies have emerged to create an antithesis of the applied traditional monetary systems, including fractional reserve banking. Cryptocurrencies are powered by blockchain technology, the epicenter of decentralized finance (DeFi). The increasing demand has prompted the growth of new projects, including Bitcoin Spark and Groestlcoin, which now have a particular pillar for Web3 users. Despite their applications, Bitcoin Spark stands out against Groestlcoin. What is Groestlcoin? Groestlcoin is an unpopular altcoin that perpetuates a decentralized network with an in-built peer-to-peer payment protocol that has specifically been designed to challenge Bitcoin’s existence by providing an alternative network. Groestlcoin was launched in 2014 after its development team made it to the National Institute of Standard Technology hash function final competition earlier in 2014. The project flopped during the competition, leading to the debut of the Groestl-0 algorithm to provide next-generation security and forking Groestlcoin from Bitcoin. What is Bitcoin Spark (BTCS) Bitcoin Spark is the latest and most advanced blockchain-powered invention looking to solve what Bitcoin users find unattractive on the latter network. The platform is still under curation and development, with an o... read More



Crypto ATM company GENERAL BYTES upgrades popular model with new 10&Prim...

    GENERAL BYTES, one of the largest bitcoin and cryptocurrency ATM manufacturers, recently announced it has upgraded the BATMTwo, its most popular ATM model, with a permanent screen upgrade. The 7-inch touch screen is now a 10-inch screen, and all newly ordered BATMTwo ATMs will ship with this more ergonomic touchscreen. The new 10″ screen on the BATMTwo offers ATM operators more space for branding with their favorite screensavers plus increased user-friendliness for vision-impaired end-users. Moreover, it has an increased viewing angle, making it easier to navigate under harsh light conditions. BATMTwo starts from USD 3,649 and the BATAMTwoPro from USD 4,799 depending on the configuration. Note, the main difference is that BATMTwoPro comes with a cash stand, which provides a higher security standard than a bill acceptor in the head unit, as BATMTwo has. Cash is inserted by the customer directly into the stand that is made from 3mm iron. 40+ cryptocurrencies supported on BATAMTwo Models include: BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, DASH, XMR, DOGE, ANT, BTXX, BURST, CLOAK, SMART, FTO, GRS, ICG, LEO, LINDA, LSK, MAX, MEC, MKR, NBT, NXT, PAC, REP, START, SYS, TKN, USDT, VIA, WDC, XMR, and XZC. 'We wanted to thank all our customers and fans for their continued trust and feedback over the past years, as without them, none of the improvements would have been possible. That is the first of the big product updates we prepared for you this year. Stay tuned! Last call for ordering BATMTwo series w... read More



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