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The price of #NAV today is $0.06 USD.

The lowest NAV price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.059, and the exact current price of one NAV crypto coin is $0.05917.

The all-time high NAV coin price was $5.53.

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


The code for NAV Coin crypto currency is #NAV.

NAV Coin is 8.7 years old.


The current market capitalization for NAV Coin is $4,464,826.

NAV Coin is ranked #690, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is weak today for #NAV.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for NAV Coin is $984.


The circulating supply of NAV is 75,453,676 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


NAV has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.

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[2023] January Updates

Welcome, Navigators, to the first monthly round-up of the new year. We are back with consistent updates as a monthly round-up as well as regular Discord announcements to keep you steadily in the loop. So sit back, relax, and let’s go through the latest developments. In December we launched a joint giveaway with AtomicDEX. It was a great pleasure to engage and give back to the broader community and as it stands, all three challenges of the giveaway have now been solved. For the last set of riddles, solved by Discord user Lia, we’ve decided to post the detailed solutions for anyone curious to see. Shortly after, due to all the positive feedback, our CRO (chief riddle officer) limbrow prepared a new riddle to highlight Navcoin’s private NFTs. The prize consists of a private NFT on our blockchain and 75$ in $NAV. Although the former has already been claimed (congratulations again to Lia), the latter is still unsolved. Who knows, maybe one of the astute Navigators reading this can complete the mission. Another goal for this year is to publish more long form content. To start this off we’ve put out CEXs and Regulators vs. PriFi: Why Privacy Projects Have To Focus on DEXs. The article makes the case for the importance of choosing real decentralization in face of ever-growing regulatory pressure to prohibit privacy-preserving crypto projects. This is a conversation that needs to be brought to the forefront in the crypto comm...

CEXs and Regulators vs. PriFi: Why Privacy Projects Have To Focus on DEXs

If you are into cryptocurrencies, chances are high that you are mainly using centralized exchanges (CEXs). ‘Centralized exchange’ means that it is a third party platform that helps to conduct transactions. It basically acts as a middleman, not different from a bank in the traditional finance world. Most users rely on them either because they are not aware of alternatives, or simply because they do not think they could handle doing the transacting themselves in a safe way. However, recent years, and especially the months since the FTX downfall, have shown that centralized exchanges are not necessarily ‘safe’. One always has to trust in the owners of such exchanges that they work with a proper tech-stack, are not misusing customer funds (as FTX did), and that there will not be attacks from fraudulent actors such as hackers. Originally, cryptocurrencies were all about cutting out such middlemen. Due to the reasons mentioned before, they are still today the biggest vehicle for crypto-transactions, with Binance being by far the biggest one of them. When it comes to the Private Finance (PriFi) sector, containing privacy coins and ecosystems, we are facing a big problem when we look at it within the context of CEXs: Due to regulatory pressure, a lot of them already started years ago to delist certain privacy-oriented projects from their exchanges, making it even harder for them to reach a bigger target group. Navcoin itse...

Goodbye 2022 and Hello 2023. THE year for privacy

Navigators — happy new year! 2022 has been another successful chapter in Navcoin’s story and we want to take a moment to acknowledge everyone who has contributed and supported this project. Last year we started off with catalyst news: Navcoin secured private funding to continue operations and hire a devoted core team to manage its growth. The new core team focused on recruiting new talent for development and managing public communications. After a DAO vote, private NFTs and confidential tokens officially launched on mainnet. Our ecosystem officially expanded to cater to privacy-enthusiasts beyond simple crypto transactions. NEXT Wallet upgraded to support both new features in the mobile app and @aguycalled created a second mobile wallet to ease-in newcomers and OGs alike: Whisper Wallet. Both applications are designed to offer full access to what Navcoin has to offer: NAV to xNAV swaps, anonymous transactions of tokens and NFTs, staking and just good old cryptocurrency storing. Due to increasing demand for more privacy infrastructure, @sakdeniz took it into his own hands and developed Priverse, a decentralized and anonymous NFT and SDKs marketplace, and then equipped us with a Navcoin Wallet Chrome extension to run dApps smoother. In tandem, to open the doors to future app development on our blockchain, @Anquii released BLSCT v1 for Swift (macOS+iOS). We told you we weren’t playing about our web3 commitment. In addi...

Announcing PePoS: a Privacy-enhanced Proof of Stake protocol

Hello Navigators! To say that the erosion of privacy in the financial sector has been snowballing is redundant at this point. You know it, we know it. In the crypto sector specifically, from the aggressive push of legislation towards implementing central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), to the unjust arrest of Tornado Cash developer Alex Pertsev — things are looking bleak. And this is precisely why we are taking a determined step forward in building unassailable privacy infrastructure for all to access. Navcoin’s blockchain has been running relentlessly since 2014. What started out as a Bitcoin fork, is now, after many protocol updates, a Blockchain secured using a Proof of Stake algorithm based on Peercoin’s original implementation. In its current design, our blockchain allows the mixed use of two different currencies, NAV and xNAV, which are 1:1 interchangeable and thus have the same value. NAV is used for transacting and as collateral to stake and secure the network. NAV transactions make use of traditional P2PKH scripts and ECDSA signatures on the secp256k1 elliptic curve, which do not differ in features (and weaknesses) from Bitcoin transactions — hence offering no privacy benefits. On the other hand, xNAV transactions make use of the blsCT protocol through a different set of cryptographic primitives over the BLS12–381 curve, which is optimised for pairing operations and suitable for aggregatable signi...

Navcoin & AtomicDEX present: Secret Santa 2022

Navigators! After this rollercoaster year in crypto we’re giving you the chance to make some of your PNL back. How? By taking part in this edition of Secret Santa! We’ve teamed up with AtomicDEX to bring you a weekly series of events: a quiz to solve, an image to make and a riddle to guess. If you do so correctly, a pot of $NAV and $KMD is waiting for you at the other end of each event. Week 1 — Decentralization Quiz Time to put your knowledge about Navcoin and AtomicDEX to the test. Answer all the questions correctly and you will unveil the secret password word. The first person to correctly figure out this word wins. Prize: 75$ in $NAV + 77$ in $KMD Week 2 — Privacy Pic How would you visually represent privacy? Using any of the popular AI-image-generators, create an image of what privacy represents to you and post it to the Navcoin Discord. The best submission, voted on by the community, wins. Prize: 75$ in $NAV + 77$ in $KMD Week 3 — Riddle Me This And for the grand finale we present two cryptographic riddles. The first hint we’ll give is that in order to solve it, intel on decentralization and privacy in crypto is a must. The rest is up to you. Prize: 1x Ledger Hardware Wallet + 100$ in $NAV + 77$ in $KMD Detailed instructions will be provided on each event drop. Let the best man, woman or bot win. Wishing everyone a happy end to this year and don’t forget to HO- HO- HODL! The Navcoin ...

On the importance of decentralization

On the 11th of November 2022 FTX, one of the biggest global crypto exchanges, filed for bankruptcy. Its founder and CEO Sam Bankman-Fried resigned after it had been made public that its trading subsidiary, Alameda Research, was being lent billions in customer funds from the exchange. At the time of writing this, the reported shortfall is estimated at around $8 Billion. Days before the official bankruptcy announcement, people were reporting issues with withdrawals, mainly that they were not going through. Essentially, their money was gone. It is hard to estimate the magnitude of this black swan incident and the ensuing cascading effect it will have on the crypto market — but we can all agree that a significant amount of trust in the community has been lost. Trust that took years of hard work to earn and build upon. However, it is not trust that should be a foundational pillar of cryptocurrencies, but trustlessness. Trustlessness removes the middle man. Looking back at the core principles of Bitcoin, it was engineered to give the power back to the people by enabling peer-to-peer transactions through universal electronic cash written in code. Such transactions are cryptographically secure without the need to trust another third party. An antidote to the traditional financial system, if you will, where participants have to rely on banks as a central authority. Because in doing so, participants have to assume that all parti...

The Use Cases of Our Private Tokens

Cryptocurrencies have come a long way — yet, we are still just scratching the surface when it comes to one aspect in particular, which is: Privacy. The origins of cryptocurrencies lay in the Cypherpunk movement.‘A cypherpunk is any individual advocating widespread use of strong cryptography and privacy-enhancing technologies as a route to social and political change. […] Cypherpunks have been engaged in an active movement since at least the late 1980s.’ Back then, the foundation for systems, like Bitcoin, that we use today was laid out. However, the central aspect of ‘privacy-enhancement’ got kind of lost over the years. Today, Bitcoin is not a means of private payments, as it is pseudonymous but not anonymous. However, a big number of Bitcoin investors and users are not really aware of those problems. The same goes for other chains, like Ethereum, BSC, Avax, and others, which all share the same problem of being only pseudonymous. We at Navcoin are focusing on delivering an innovative Private Finance Ecosystem in which you can maintain your financial privacy and use new solutions like our Private Tokens. Before we dive into, a bit background info about our ecosystem: — Navcoin Ecosystem & blsCT Protocol - Navcoin is a Private Finance (PriFi) Ecosystem that has been built over multiple years. It runs on the self-developed blsCT protocol and offers unique features, such as private tokens and private N...

Navcoin Technology For Beginners

Navcoin is a PriFi Ecosystem that has been built over five years ago, includes the self-developed blsCT protocol and unique features such as private tokens and private NFTs. Blockchain technology and cryptography enables us to create new solutions in order to maintain and/or increase our users’ privacy. Privacy is not just ‘important’, it is a fundamental human right. We at Navcoin believe that people should be able to make private transactions in order to protect their financial activities from the eyes of a third; there are many good reasons for using privacy solutions besides the small part of illicit activities that is happening: Personal Freedom Freedom rights are non-negotiable, however, money is needed to pursue those, If a citizen is not able to pay for certain goods/services his freedom gets limited, Private Finance solutions enable you to maintain your financial privacy and thus your freedom, Financial Data Protection It is simply nobody’s business what financial transactions you are doing, Governments are increasing their surveillance ambitions through CBDCs, Data that is gathered by them will be used to gain full control, Personal Security If you are a wealthy cryptocurrency investors, privacy coins can help you obfuscate your funds on-chain, depending on the amount, Protect your balances from malicious players/hackers, Business Privacy Bitcoin as payment option has disadvantages for businesses, ...

August Updates

August Updates Navigators! We started the month off with a Discord AMA (Ask Me Anything) with our lead developer aguycalled. Great questions were asked and even greater answers were provided. For those who missed it, here is a full recap of everything discussed. We hope to keep these types of events recurrent to strengthen community communications. Ever since the Binance delisting, we have been prioritising the decentralized route. Valid concerns have been raised regarding the barrier of entry to onboarding new users, now that our CEX cooperation has ceased. With everything taken into account however, and especially having the switch to becoming a full privacy chain on the horizon, it might be best to carve out a solid position in the PriFi sphere. Our efforts will go towards guiding users and strengthening our presence on DEXs, as we have done with PancakeSwap and AtomicDEX already. If history is any indicator, these sectors will continue to grow following the privacy narrative, with new users joining with each update geared at lowering the barrier of entry. Further CEX listings will still be pursued while weighing out the listing costs against the possibility of delisting once the bitcoin rebase is done. Our builder crew has been busy as usual. Last month we welcomed sinetek as part of the team. A true crypto OG, he has been contributing to projects as early as 2014, and will be working closely with the rest of the core tea...

Private Finance & Regulators: About False Assumptions And Legitimate Use Cases

The year is 2022. Bitcoin and Ethereum have finally established themselves and it is safe to say that they are here to stay. However, there is not much left of the original vision of a cryptocurrency from back in Cypherpunk days. Yet most Bitcoin investors tend to overlook one issue, which is the fact that Bitcoin (BTC) is not anonymous, but only pseudonymous. The same goes for Ethereum (ETH) and any other public, non-private blockchain. This is where privacy coins come in handy, as they enable concealment of the sending and receiving addresses, as well as the amount of coins being sent. With regulators worldwide pushing for new rulings and law enforcement criminalizing DeFi developers, it is time to go back to the roots in order to create a true, cryptography-based economy. Ecosystems like ours have the goal of enabling everyone to maintain their financial privacy: We call it Private Finance (PriFi), as a counterpart to Decentralized Finance (DeFi) — and yes, we are still very early! In this article, we take a closer look at false assumptions from regulators, law enforcement and mass media regarding privacy coins, and portray various legit use cases of private finance solutions, which are perfectly legal; including some Navcoin features/use cases that no other project has! — Origins Of The Criticism Regarding Privacy Coins - At its core, the criticism towards privacy coins is always based on certain ‘myths...


Valkyrie Reveals Intention to Sponsor Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust as GBTC ...

    Valkyrie Investments, a Tennessee-based asset manager, has announced its intention to become the new sponsor of Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust (GBTC). The company states that it is 'uniquely qualified' for the role and plans to facilitate redemptions at net asset value (NAV) through a Regulation M filing.Valkyrie Offers to Take Over Management of Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust Grayscale's Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) has faced challenges in 2022, with the fund's discount to net asset value (NAV) reaching record levels. Over the past six months, the spread between the fund's value and NAV has increased by more than 35% by the end of Sept. 2022. As of Dec. 30, 2022, the discount has further widened to more than 45%. This means that the value of the bitcoin fund is currently lower than current BTC spot prices. Valkyrie wants to remedy the situation by taking over sponsorship and creating another fund. 'We understand that Grayscale has played an important role in the development and growth of the bitcoin ecosystem with the launch of GBTC, and we respect the team and the work that they have done,' Valkyrie wrote. 'However, in light of recent events involving Grayscale and its family of affiliated companies, it is time for a change. Valkyrie is the best company to manage GBTC to ensure its investors are treated fairly.' The fund manager said Friday it is launching the Valkyrie Opportunistic Fund, a venture that aims to take advantage of GBTC's discount to net asset value. According to Valkyrie, the ... read More

Grayscale's GBTC Discount to NAV Breaks Records as Spread Widens by More...

    Grayscale Investment's Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) has dropped to a new low this week as the bitcoin fund tapped a record 35.18% low against bitcoin spot prices. GBTC's discount to spot has been underwater for a total of 577 consecutive days.GBTC Discount to NAV Widens by 35% - Fund Reaches an All-Time Low Against BTC Spot Price The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (OTCMKTS: GBTC) is the oldest, and one of the most popular, bitcoin (BTC) funds on the market today. However, in recent times GBTC has been suffering from a discount compared to BTC's spot market values. Unfortunately, GBTC has been trading at a discount rather than a premium since February 26, 2021, or for roughly 577 straight days. GBTC's current pre-market value is $11.20 and according to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, there's 643,572 BTC held by the trust. Metrics indicate that the 643,572 BTC equates to 3.065% of the 21 million bitcoin supply cap. GBTC's 35.18% discount is the fund's all-time low against BTC spot price values since the fund started. Many people believe GBTC's discount derives from the fact that there are several exchange-traded funds now, and Grayscale's efforts to transform GBTC into an ETF (exchange-traded fund) have failed so far. The U.S. SEC rejected the company's latest attempt in June, and Grayscale decided to sue the SEC over the rejection. Trader and entrepreneur Bob Loukas discussed the GBTC situation on Saturday. 'Grayscale bitcoin discount widened record 35%,' Loukas tweeted. '... read More

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