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NOR Price:
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Market Cap:
$103.1 K

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Total Supply:
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The last known price of #NOR is $0.00512 USD.

Please note that the price of #NOR was last updated over 90 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #NOR statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest NOR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00512, and the exact last price of NOR was $0.00512322.

The all-time high NOR coin price was $0.08.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of NOR with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.


The code for Noir crypto currency is #NOR.

Noir is 5.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for Noir is $103,094.

Noir is ranking downwards to #1881 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a weak volume of trading today on #NOR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Noir is $190.


The circulating supply of NOR is 20,122,988 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

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


NOR has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

View #NOR trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #NOR purchase.



Why Noir has chosen Algorand?

Noir community decided to switch to Algorand Chain in December 2021. Why it has been decided to do it? Which are the main advantages of this move? Algorand Blockchain Description Algorand is a blockchain protocol that aims to provide a fast, secure, and scalable platform for decentralized applications. It uses a unique consensus mechanism called Pure Proof of Stake (PPoS), which allows for fast and efficient transaction processing while maintaining a high level of security. One of the key features of Algorand is its use of a “weighted voting” system, where each validator’s vote is weighted according to the amount of coins they hold. This helps to prevent centralization of the network, as large holders of the currency cannot dominate the consensus process. Another feature is its low-latency transaction processing, which allows for quick confirmation of transactions. This is achieved through the use of a “virtual voting” mechanism, where each block is created by a small set of randomly selected validators, rather than all of them. Algorand also has a built-in mechanism for handling upgrades and changes to the protocol, known as “Algorand Standard Asset” (ASA), which allows for the creation of new tokens on the Algorand blockchain, and the ability to upgrade the protocol without the need for a hard fork. Overall, Algorand aims to be a high-performance, secure, and scalable blockchain platform that can support a...

Swap Noir to aNoir Guide

Dear Noir Community, the day has finally arrived! We have just taken the snapshot at the block 977300. From now on it will be possible to swap your Noir coin (from the current chain) to the new aNoir token(in Algorand chain). The swap will be open for 3 months. Below you will find a simple instructions to perform the swap. Visit and follow these simple steps: Step 1. Enter your old Noir address Step 2. Enter your new Algorand address Step 3. Copy the displayed amount Step 4. Please send the displayed and already copied Noir amount to: ZZfGAHXrNtKBDA2PxbDZRaFhuHw4BN864Y Step 5. Enter the TXID of this transaction and press “Submit” Step 6. Once submitted, within 24 hours you will get 0.201 Algo to be able to add and receive aNoir. With this you can add the Noir token (ASA ID 871930188). Please give the team up to 48 hours to review the data. Once verified, you will receive new aNoir tokens in 1:5 ratio. Example Pera Wallet: Example MyAlgo Wallet: Together with the community we have agreed to keep the swap window open for 3 months. And for those who haven’t been able to withdraw Noir coins from Graviex in time, we have found a solution and created a dedicated discord channel for this. If you have any problem, feel free to ask in Noir’s Discord, Telegram or Twitter. Algorand Wallets: Exchanges: Community: Disc...

Preparation to the upcoming Swap

Dear Community, as already announced, we are approaching a very important milestone for Noir, the swap from BTC chain to Algorand chain. We will have a snapshot of the block 973100, this should happen around mid of October. In order to be prepared for the swap we kindly ask you to withdraw all your Noir coins from the exchanges to your local Noir wallet. On top, we also suggest you to move all the coins to one address. This will help the team to smoothly process the data and also will avoid you to forget to swap coins that were left in different addresses. A short guide about the swap itself will be released within a couple of days. Below are few steps that you have to follow in order to move all the coins into one address. 1. Go to “Receive” and create a new wallet where you want to send all your Noir coins; 2. Copy the new created address; 3. Go to „Send“ and paste the address to „Pay to“ field; 4. Click the „gear wheel“ icon on the right side; 5. Select all the addresses where you have Noir coins and then click to „OK“; 6. Go to the icon close to the gear wheel and activate the option „Custom change address“ and paste the new created address above; 7. Now you can send all Noir coins to the new created address. Good luck and remember, Noir team is always available to help you. To join our discord or telegram please use always our official website:

Noir WebWallet is closing

In order for WebWallet users to be able to participate in the upcoming chainswap, you will need to withdraw any balance from your WebWallet to either a Core Wallet or an Electrum Wallet. Furthermore, the WebWallet will be closed permanently on April 15 2021, so please make sure to switch to a wallet with which you own the keys (see suggestions below). First Party wallets: PC/Mac: NoirCore PC/Mac: NoirElectrum Android: NoirElectrum Third Party wallets: Android: Zcore iOS: Zcore You can find more information about the chainswap here: If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us via E-Mail, on our Discord, Telegram, or on Twitter.

Noir Chain Swap

Brief introduction for new comers Noir is a cryptocurrency or a digital decentralised currency used via the Internet. With Noir a user can transfer value, either transparently or privately, anywhere in the world without need to trust a central authority such as a bank. The Noir (initially known as Zoin) network protocol was created by adopting the code from a previously launched cryptocurrency called ZCoin (today known as Firo). It launched as Zoin on the 5th November 2016. After being abandoned twice by two development teams, it was finally rebranded in Noir in October 2018 by the current team. Noir is a community coin, meaning that members of the community who wish to see Noir succeed are partecipating in its growth and well being. The slogan of Noir is: „COMMUNITY BUILT, PRIVACY DRIVEN“. Reasons behind the chain swap Every cryptocurrency has a corresponding blockchain within its decentralised network protocol. Noir is no different in this sense. However since the 5th of November 2016, Noir blockchain has been hard forked several times to allow the implementation of protocol parameter changes. For example, the integration of the Masternodes or the change from PoW to PoS. Therefore the fork can be seen as an upgrade of the coin performances and for this reason has been used by all the cryptocurrencies, in primis Bitcoin. However after 5 years, several hard forks and three different team...

Import addresses from Zcore mobile wallets to Noir Electrum

This guide will show you, how you can import and use the Noir wallet addresses created by the Zcore wallet ( in the Noir electrum wallets for Android and PC/mac.Getting the required informations (1/2)Open the Zcore WalletNavigate to the settingsClick on “My seed” (Passcode and/or biometric security must be activated)Getting the required informations (2/2)Put in the seed on (BIP39 Mnemonic Field)Importing into electrum wallet (PC) If you are setting up the Electrum for the first time, start at step 3.Open Noir ElectrumFile -> New/RestorePut in name of wallet -> NextSelect “Standard wallet” -> NextSelect “Use a master key” -> NextPut in your Account Extended Private Key from the bip39 tool -> Next(optional, but recommended) Put in a password for the wallet -> NextEnjoy your imported wallet!Importing into electrum wallet (android)Open Noir ElectrumSelect “Standard wallet” -> NextSelect “Use a master key” -> NextPut in your Account Extended Private Key from the bip39 tool -> NextPut in a PIN for the wallet (a second confirmation is needed) -> NextEnjoy your imported wallet!

Staking Noir on Windows core wallet

To start staking from Noir you need the core wallet. The Electrum Wallet is currently not suitable for staking. You can find the core wallet on our Github The reward for staking is actually 0.66 NOIR.. — Staking instructionsUnencrypted Wallet (not recommended) Staking starts automaticly when you start your wallet and you have over 0 NOR in it.Encrypted Wallet (recommended)Click the ‘Settings’ button in the toolbarClick ‘Unlock For Staking…’Enter your passphrase and click ‘OK’ Note: A balance greater than 0 NOR is needed to stake! EXAMPLE: Here you see an encrypted wallet. You can see it on the closed lock. The wallet doesnt stake any coins! For staking you must click on “Settings” and then on “Unlock For Staking”. Now you must enter your passphrase to encrypt the wallet for staking Then you see the wallet is encrypted when the lock is open. You are now staking NOIR! Congratulations you are now staking NOIR! Visit us: Discord: Twitter: Website:

How to Setup a Noir Masternode (Noirnode)

Disclaimer Noir team is not in any way responsible if you don’t provide a necessary hardening level to your VPS/Servers. We try to make everything simple and super easy, but if you fail to implement some basic and/or Advanced Security Level in your Noirnodes we are not responsible if disasters happen. If you not feel confident in setting up, running and mantain your Noirnodes, you can contact a Trusted 3rd-party service as Zednodes and let them do everything for you.PrerequisitesNoir Core Wallet v2.1.0.3 or later: See our Github for the latest release and release notes.25,000 NoirA Virtual Private Server (VPS): A VPS is recommend as a Noirnode requires dedicated resources and 24×7 availability for proper operation. Although it is possible, in theory, to run a Noirnode from your desktop, this guide will not walk through those steps. The VPS must have:At least 2 GB of RAMAt least 20 GB of storage spaceA static public IP addressSecure the Wallet: This is optional but highly recommended. How to Securing the Noir Wallet for details.Generating a Noirnode Key This section describes how to generate a Noirnode key from a desktop wallet. You can associate a desktop wallet address with a Noirnode on a separate server, which this section describes. First, launch your desktop wallet and navigate to Help –> Debug Window –> Console as shown in the screenshot below: In the console, enter the following command. This genera...

How to use the Sigma Protocol

Dear Noir Community, Today you will learn about the Sigma Protocol. The Sigma Protocol is a key feature of our blockchain (like Zerocoin was before) to allow the complete anonymity of all your funds; nevertheless, learning how to use it properly will increase the privacy and safety of all of your prior and future transactions. Without the Sigma protocol, all Noir transactions would be completely public and traceable. Sigma allows you to completely erase the history of your coins by using the Mint and Spend commands. The Mint command basically “cleans” your Noir by converting a certain number of Noir into Sigma. All of the new Mints will be together on the blockchain and it would be very hard to determine who processed them. After doing a MINT you must wait for at least 6 confirmations (more, in this case, are better) until those Sigma are available to spend. The Spend command converts your specific number of Sigma back into clean, new Noir which lack any prior transaction history and can be used safely. After doing a SPEND to yourself you must wait for 6 confirmations until those Noir are available to send. If you are doing a SPEND directly to your recipient, you are done.Anonymizing process | The Noir Team To Mint Sigma, go to the Sigma Page in your personal (Core) wallet, make sure you are on the Mint Tab, then enter the amount you want and click the Mint button. Once you clicked the Mint button, it will take a coupl...


We Neither Bank Justin Sun nor Finance Hamas — Circle Chief Strate...

    USDC stablecoin issuer Circle neither 'finances Hamas' nor does it bank Tron blockchain founder Justin Sun, the fintech firm's chief strategy officer has asserted. Although Circle had past business dealings with Sun, this ended in February 2023 when it terminated his accounts and those of affiliated companies. Circle Subject to 'Multiple Regulatory Regimes' Circle, the issuer of the USDC stablecoin, has rejected allegations that it finances Hamas directly or indirectly, nor does it bank Tron blockchain founder Justin Sun. In a fiery open letter, Circle’s Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) Dante Disparte said his organization is 'subject to multiple regulatory regimes' and the applicable anti-money laundering and terror funding laws. In his formal letter addressed to U.S Senators Sherrod Brown and Elizabeth Warren, Disparte suggested that Circle felt obligated to respond to a Nov. 9 letter sent to the two politicians by the Campaign for Accountability. The letter reportedly detailed Circle’s close ties with Sun and Tron’s alleged financing of Hamas, Hezbollah, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. In his pushback against Campaign for Accountability’s 'false claims,' the Circle CSO referenced his organization’s long history in combating illicit finance activities as well as its partnership with law enforcement agencies. Disparte also addressed claims that the USDC stablecoin was among $93 million in digital currencies that had been marked for seizure by Isr... read More

Neither Jewelry nor Cash: Afghans Looking to Crypto for Preserving Their...

    Despite the recent trend of developing countries gaining exposure to cryptocurrencies, buying digital assets like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and stablecoins isn't easy at all in countries like Afghanistan. Since last August, when the Taliban seized power in the country, America-initiated sanctions have crippled domestic funds from being moved to international financial institutions. Meanwhile, due to the nation's monetary and political instabilities, Afghans choose stablecoins over previously preferred assets like jewelry or cash. Brokerage as the Intermediary for Crypto Transactions The sweeping sanctions that have crippled Afghanistan's economy have caused a surging interest in holding digital assets in the country as people struggle to protect their wealth. Considering that the banking networks with other countries are closed, no Afghan banks can conduct transactions with major exchanges like Binance and Coinbase. Maihan, a brokerage located in Herat, Afghanistan’s third-largest city, has emerged to provide locals with alternatives. It acts as an intermediary that assists customers in purchasing mainstream cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and stablecoins. According to Bloomberg's reportage, Maihan uses the 'Hawala system,' an informal way of money transfer that accounts for 90% of transactions in the country, to let Afghans indirectly hold cryptocurrencies. The company sends money like US dollars to their foreign contacts, which buy digital tokens for them and transfer the asse... read More

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