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Masari  

#MSR

MSR Price:
$0.00721
Volume:
$54
All Time High:
$2.04
Market Cap:
$83.7 K


Circulating Supply:
11,620,432
Exchanges:
1+
Total Supply:
11,620,432
Markets:
1+
Max Supply:
18,500,000
Pairs:
3



  MSR PRICE


The price of #MSR today is $0.00721 USD.

The lowest MSR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00721, and the exact current price of one MSR crypto coin is $0.00720663.

The all-time high MSR coin price was $2.04.

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


  MSR OVERVIEW


The code for Masari crypto currency is #MSR.

Masari is 4.6 years old.


  MSR MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Masari is $83,744.

Masari is ranked #1798 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  MSR VOLUME


The trading volume is very weak during the past 24 hours for #MSR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Masari is $54.00.


  MSR SUPPLY


The circulating supply of MSR is 11,620,432 coins, which is 63% of the maximum coin supply.

Note the limited supply of Masari coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


  MSR EXCHANGES


MSR has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

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


  MSR RELATED


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


  MSR RESOURCES


Websitegetmasari.org
Twittermasaricurrency
Redditr/masari
Telegrammasaricurrency


  MSR DEVELOPER NEWS



Masari Update #11

Authored by SatoriNakamoto and JeuTheidit Masari getting the attention of Trump?! Must be from all the recent news — Further development and direction for the project, the introduction of Boomcast, an introduction video production release, a new betting website, and the revival of MasariPay encompass this update.Development If you missed the last Masari project update, the infamous spending issue was fixed, Stex and SouthXchange are back up and running, the GUI has been updated, camthegeek has completely re-designed the official website, and a new Hetzner server has been set up to host the web wallet and block explorer under new domains. Now with most of the wallet bugs squashed and web wallet running smoothly, the Android app has been updated with Google Play just around the corner. Installing and testing on the v1.2.0 beta release is welcome! When this is completed, development of the bigger project items can continue. Regarding the direction of the project, thaer stated: Simple Private Tokens (SPTs) would feature the ability to issue private digital assets in the network easily by the end user, with any computational logic using interchangeable off-chain architecture. To put it in layman’s terms, SPT is a network-native token service that allows the normal end user to create a token that they can do with as they wish — trade on an exchange, treat it as a security or share in a company, partial ownership of ...




Masari Update #10

Authored by JeuTheIdit and SatoriNakamoto Yes, Masari is alive! Updated wallets, new server, downed exchanges, new website, new twitter account, and the start of community meetings encompass this update.Masari is Alive?! The Crypto Winter was hard on everyone, but with bitcoin around $10,000 we can see the first green candles of Crypto Spring bursting through Ichimoku cloud. The Masari project took the winter particularly hard, partly due to the overall market trend (á la bear scene in The Revenant), and partly due to its own actions. The core team itself became decentralized, while at the same time masarians were being lazier than saving tons of money shopping online because the credit card is always in another room. As the sun’s rays started warming the earth, we all shook off the crustiness of winter and regrouped.Wallets and New Server Put your hard hats on, we’re going to work. Masari developers have been kicking ass and taking names in the past month, with the CLI and GUI wallets receiving some well needed bug fixes, along with CLI cross-compiling support for a more seamless build process. A detailed development report has been released and future development items can now be tracked on trello. Masari’s client side web wallet also received some bug fixes. Days after completion however, the ssl certification expired which is required for the wallet to sync. Since gnock was the only one with access to the serve...




Re-capping the month of June in Masari

Authored by Cryptochangements A lot has been happening with Masari this past month: the Core Team was disbanded, several new releases have been published, the first two community meetings were held, and some generous donors funded me to work part time on masari during this period. To elaborate on that last piece, I was funded $800 to work 10 hours/week on Masari from the dates June 9th to today, July 9th. Below I will recap how I spent this time by week. Week 1: I fixed some bugs in the core wallet library that is used for the GUI wallet, mainly fixing the bug where new wallets were saved without a password, along with some minor performance upgrades. A new release, v0.3.1.0, was published for both the CLI and GUI. Week 2: I started by porting over cross compiling capability via depends from Monero, this allows us to build releases for any operating system from Linux, vastly simplifying the release process. I then setup continuous integration via travis-ci. This will help us to avoid build bugs in the future and could possibly be used for a build pipeline. I also made modifications to the core RPC API so that gnock could roll out a webwallet update in which the in browser wallet connects directly to a remote node, rather than using a server backend as a middle man. The webwallet was at this point functional again, it’s just a little slow with the new changes. During this week I published a new v0.3.1.1 CLI release includi...




Masari Update #9

Masari’s successful SECOR fork, an ETH Denver recap, and an announcement about a long running pool encompass this update.SECOR Completed The recent fork by Masari to rollout uncle mining, CN-Fast v2, and bulletproofs was successful and those features are now live on chain. This fork was the second in Masari’s history that shook over 90% of network hashrate, and was just as dramatic as the first. Masari now has 60 second block times, incredibly low fees, and is again hosting a competitive mining environment. This is all in addition to the standard, default privacy features that give Masari value. From the core team — a sincere thank you to the SECOR testers and miners who helped secure the chain post fork. While there are/were a few cryptonote projects who put uncle mining on their roadmap, it is a product of the Masari community.ETH Denver Thaer and Nick from the Masari core team recently took part in the 2019 ETH Denver conference. The conference was very insightful, with a very diverse range of panel and presenters.Thaer asking a question to a panel Hot topics were tokenization, regulations, and governance. The keynote speaker, Andreas Antonopolous, spoke poignantly about unstoppable code. How code no one wants to stop isn’t worth making. With MSR developing DAAs, SECOR, & the coming Blocktree protocol — unstoppable code is being produced; and these advancements are shared with the entire space. Th...




SECOR Fork Prep

Uncle mining, bulletproofs, and the next generation of CN-Fast are all bundled up into this release at block #363,000. Here is the necessary information for holders, miners, and pool operators.Holders — If you Use the core team produced web or mobile wallet, this update requires no action on your part., Use a GUI or CLI, you will need to update your wallet. If you have an outdated daemon (masarid) post fork height you will be on a different chain. The appropriate release is titled Dandy Dromedary v0.3.0.0 and is available on GitHub at: github.com, Use a third party wallet you will need to refer to the wallet operator’s instruction., Are masochistic and keep your MSR on exchanges, you do not need to action anything…but you should re-evaluate this practice., Miners This is a list of known SECOR compatible miners: XMRig v2.9.4: github.com (will auto-switch to CN-Fast 2), SRB Miner v1.7.7: www.srbminer.com (will not auto-switch), XMR Stak: github.com Unknown details about the release, but it is anticipated Masari will be integrated according to this issue log., If you are looking to keep the network as decentralized as possible post fork, reference a Masari pool list or join Discord and speak directly to active pool operators.Pool Operators Gnock posted this message for pool operators in the Masari Discord: The cryptonote-util has been updated and tested on testnet.masaricoin.com, it includes the modifications requ...




Masari Update #8

This update announces the SECOR fork date & new PoW, launches the Collaboration Corner, highlights the new funding system, and covers recent media with upcoming appearances.. — SECOR Fork On December 8th an announcement was posted in Masari’s Discord & Telegram.discord.gg Discussion post announcement covered a wide range of topics, including: what the cause of the massive hash rate spike is, what potential solutions are, what staying the course looks like, and similar commentary. The product of over three weeks of methodical discussion and two separate votes is below:Barring any setbacks, on January 11, 2019 Masari will fork to include SECOR (Uncle Mining) + Bulletproofs, & move to the next generation of CN-Fast for its proof of work algorithm. CN-Fast v2 moves CN-Fast from CNv7 to CNv8, and continues with halving iterations. Open source mining binaries will be provided on the Masari GitHub sometime before the fork date; as will preparations for pool owners and exchanges. Users of GUI and CLI wallets will want to update their daemon to ensure they are on the right chain post fork. Announcements will continue to made across all social media channels as releases come. The Fat Keccak PoW will be further researched as a long-term latency bound solution. Rather than rush to deploy a medium term PoW based off similar approaches like Wild Keccak, a short term switch to CN-Fast v2 will help mitigate any potential...




Masari Update #7

This long overdue update launches SECOR & Uncle Mining on the testnet, touches on the Masari Collaboration Corner, shows off our new client-side explorer, and offers some exchange best practices among others.Uncle Mining November 1st, 2018 marks the successful launch of Masari’s v8 testnet. This is exciting as it features the new, original design and implementation of SECOR: Simple Extended Consensus Resolution. SECOR delivers Uncle Mining, which will increase network security, deliver faster blocks, and reward miners for their hard work that would have otherwise been orphaned. This new blockchain feature is cutting edge, and a first in the CryptoNote space. With this groundbreaking development issues will certainly arise. To encourage code reviewers and facilitate the successful launch of Uncle Mining, bounties ranging from 100 — 10,000 MSR (depending on severity) will be given out for each new vulnerability discovered in the SECOR design and implementation. As always, the code is open source and available on Masari’s GitHub.Collaboration Corner One of the most common complaints the core team hears about the project is that people want to help or contribute, but don’t code. Of course people can do RTs, likes, upvotes in social environments, but that doesn’t welcome nor facilitate contribution. The crypto space has seen launches of a variety of community participation programs, but they don’t necessarily ...




Masari Update #6 — Year Two Blastoff

September 2 marked the anniversary of Masari’s launch, and the final months of 2018 are going to be huge for the project. Here is a recap of the new developments that mark the beginning of Masari’s second year.Cryptopia Listing Masari is now live on Cryptopia with three trading pairs — BTC / LTC / DOGE. The listing on Cryptopia could only happen with the support of the community; as the listing fee was raised entirely through donations. Thank you to all who contributed. In terms of real volume, Cryptopia is a top 25 exchange. Additionally the core team is confident that the user experience on Cryptopia will be pleasant, as our communication with Cryptopia has been fluid and easy. As an incorporated business with a public CEO and 4 years of operation under their belt, there should be little concern as to the legitimacy of the exchange. This listing also marks the last community driven exchange effort that Masari will host. Going forward, any future exchange partnerships will be based on merit, without any financial cost to the project. As such, exchange donation addresses have been closed.Uncle Mining Progress is going well on Uncle Mining. The stagenet is live and being worked to the max. Commits are taking place nearly everyday. Expect to see an ELI5 breakdown of what Uncle Mining is and an accompanying whitepaper in the future. The work on Uncle Mining is advancing well, but the roadmap will be adjusted to refle...




Masari Update #5

Masari has had significant developments since update #4. Let’s take a look at all the exciting news.Mobile Wallet Masari Front End Developer Gnock has created a Masari mobile wallet for Android phones. A mobile wallet is a cornerstone for adoption, and an incredibly convenient way to hold MSR. It also ties into Masari being a simple cryptocurrency. The Masari Mobile Wallet can be downloaded here: masariwallet.comScreens from the mobile app The is the first release of the mobile wallet. Future developments on it will include an iOS version, addition to the Google Play Store, and app improvements with more functionality. This app is designed similarly to the fully client side masariwallet.comFull-Time Developer Masari has its first full time developer starting in September— founder and lead dev Thaer Khawaja. In an incredibly bold move, Thaer left the rat race to focus on Masari development in the midst of a major bear market. While the exit scams and ICO failures get weeded out in crypto’s black summer, Thaer is going all in on MSR. The announcement was met with wide spread support and well wishes. The core team is also happy to continue working day in and out with Thaer on Masari’s development and market reach.Exchanges There is very exciting news on the exchange front. Recently the core team has started conversations with Cryptopia about listing on their exchange. The communication has been fluid and effective. Th...




AMA #1 Recap

Below is a recap of Q&A from Masari’s first AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit. They are listed in descending order of upvotes for the original question.Any sort of rough plan or timeframe for ledger nano S integration? — (u/pflmagic) Hi there, All the necessary components needed for Ledger integration are in place, and we have a tentative q4 2018 timeline. — (response by Thaer)How will uncle mining affect the time it takes to reach tail emission? If miners are being rewarded with uncle blocks, wouldn’t this cause the 18.5 million MSR to be reached faster than the scheduled 10 years? — (u/surgingchaos) Hi surgingchaos, You’re correct in observing that uncle mining would introduce rewards into the system that would affect the emission rate directly. These rewards however are partial, and would be designed in a way such that it doesn’t incentivise uncle mining. One thing we would do for example is incorporate the uncle into the difficulty calculation, and difficulty would adjust accordingly in order to reach the correct emission rate. With something like this in place, it would mean that we would roughly take the same amount of time to reach tail emission, but have “captured” uncle blocks in the process without disrupting the network. — (response by Thaer)Would it be possible to design a proof of work that would not allow a single pool to submit over 50% of the network hash? If so would Mas...




  MSR NEWS


The Top Privacy Coins Saw Fewer Percentage Losses Than Most Tokens This ...

    The privacy coins monero and zcash managed to see fewer percentage losses against the U.S. dollar this week, in contrast to crypto assets like bitcoin, ethereum, and solana. Seven-day statistics indicate zcash has lost 5.6% against the USD, while monero dropped by 6.1%.Privacy Coins Manage to Stave off Some of This Week's Market Carnage, but Are Still Down 62% Lower Than 9 Months Ago At the time of writing, the entire market capitalization of all the privacy coins in existence is roughly $5.55 billion. Monero (XMR) leads the pack with a market valuation of around $2.64 billion or 47.5% of the entire privacy coin economy. Zcash (ZEC) is the second largest privacy coin in terms of market capitalization as ZEC's overall market valuation today is $789 million. Behind XMR and ZEC, are privacy tokens such as decred (DCR), nucypher (NU), secret (SCRT), horizen (ZEN), ergo (ERG), digibyte (DGB), and beldex (BDX), respectively. Top privacy coin double-digit gainers this week include deeponion (ONION), litecash (CASH), pivx (PIVX), and masari (MSR). The week's top privacy coin losers in terms of percentage losses include tokens like zclassic (ZCL), lethean (LTHN), and phore (PHR). The top five privacy coin crypto assets make up most of the $5.55 billion in privacy coin value, and each token offers different types of privacy techniques. XMR is a Cryptonote token with a blockchain protocol that was not forked from Bitcoin. XMR uses ring signatures, ring confidential transactions, steal... read More



15 Privacy Coins See Double-Digit Weekly Gains, Monero Jumps 13%, Secret...

    Despite the fact that regulations have tightened and bureaucrats worldwide are scrutinizing cryptocurrency usage, a few privacy coins have jumped considerably higher in value over the last week. Monero jumped 13% during the last seven days, while the token secret increased 50%, and dusk spiked by 47% this past week. Monero, Secret, Dusk Network Values Spike This week a few privacy-centric crypto assets have seen double-digit percentage gains over the last seven days. According to metrics stemming from coingecko.com's list of privacy coin market capitalizations, there's $12.2 billion worth of these types of assets. Monero (XMR) has the largest market valuation on January 17, 2022, with $3.9 billion. The past 24-hour range of trading shows that XMR has been exchanging hands for $212.45 to $229.66 per unit. Over the last seven days, monero (XMR) has increased 13% against the U.S. dollar. Year-to-date, XMR is up more than 38% since this time last year. Zcash (ZEC) holds the second-largest privacy coin market valuation with $1.6 billion. However, ZEC has shed 3.6% during the last seven days of trading. Since this time last year, zcash has gained 24% in value against the U.S. dollar. The crypto asset secret (SCRT) spiked 50% during the last week and SCRT currently has a market valuation of around $1.4 billion. Decred (DCR) managed to increase in value over 14% during the last week as well. Dusk network (DUSK) jumped over 47% in value over the last seven days and has a market valua... read More



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