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NU Price:
$6.2 K
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Market Cap:
$0.1 B

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Total Supply:
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The price of #NU today is $0.09 USD.

The lowest NU price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.087, and the current live price for one NU coin is $0.08723.

The all-time high NU coin price was $2.21.

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


The code for NuCypher crypto currency is #NU.

NuCypher is 3.1 years old.


The current market capitalization for NuCypher is $115,478,827.

NuCypher is ranking upwards to #1085 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a small volume of trading today on #NU.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for NuCypher is $6,173.


The circulating supply of NU is 1,323,884,832 coins, which is 34% of the maximum coin supply.


NU is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the NU Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


NU is available on at least one crypto currency exchange.

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NuCypher Has Moved to Ghost

Going forward we’ll be using Ghost as our blogging and news platform. The url will stay the same, but new posts will no longer show up on Medium. To keep track with our progress:Website: See you there, NuCypherinos!

Community Update #6

Continuing our commitment to keep our community up to date we are pleased to release Volume 6 of our newsletter. As always we start with our Developer Updates: What we’ve accomplished:We have started a new organization-wide project on Github to list all the remaining tasks to complete before we launch on Testnet: huge pile of blockchain-facing code, which incubated in its own repo half a year, is now a part of the main NuCypher codebase. This means that our actors actually have wallet addresses and our protocol actually has a smart contract representation.Make some arithmetic operations of pyUmbral constant timeEthereum smart contract integrations to Miner token staking contractImproved Finnegan’s Wake KMS demo with updated code“Disappearing Alice” — Alice doesn’t need to be Online for things to be re-encrypted for Bob. We have also provided an arbitrary DataSource interface to use after Alice’s memory fades into history.Zero Knowledge Proofs for correctness are now included for every re-encryptionSupport for per-label Umbral keys and Capsules in both pyUmbral and NuCypher KMSBig clean-up of the pyUmbral codebase What’s coming up next:Security Audits from industry leaders (Trail of Bits, Least Authority, and NCC Group)Further security improvements and updates from the security audits to pyUmbralFurther integrating Ethereum smart contractsTestnet!! ...

Community Update #5

Continuing our commitment to keep our community up to date we are pleased to release Volume 5 of our newsletter. As always we start with our Developer Updates: What we’ve accomplished:The official release of pyUmbral! Threshold proxy re-encryption for scalable end-to-end encrypted data sharing For those who missed our launch post you can read it hereLicensed pyUmbral with the GPLv3 license. pyUmbral is officially free software!!!Umbral security improvements with challengesImprovements to random number generationpyUmbral multi-curve support (for all prime order curves)First steps to blockchain integration with policy and sample logic What’s coming up next:Integrating our Ethereum smart contracts with the KMS codebaseConfigurator for KMS re-encryption nodesOfficial KMS DocumentationFurther security improvements to pyUmbral (key derivation per policy)Policy creation with `n` arrangements (arrangements are the sharing of KFrags to `n` re-encryption nodesTestnet!! — we will communicate shortly on how we plan to involve the community in this — NuCypher Homecoming: Portland. — The NuCypher core team and their families have assembled for a work sprint in Portland, Oregon. The focus of the week will be integrating pyUmbral into Ethereum which will soon lead to testnet. Portland is known for its parks, bridges and bicycle paths, as well as for its eco-friendliness and its microbreweries and coffeehouses. A p...

Community Update #4

Some fan art from ETHDenver 2018! Hello NuCypher Community, we have a lot to share over the last few weeks, a we’ve made lots of progress! Let’s start with our Developer Updates: What we’ve accomplished:The release of pyUmbral! A release post will be coming soon. Some additions include documentation and much more thorough testing (97% code coverage!);Alice -> Ursula -> Bob re-encryption flow working through REST API. This is a major component of achieving testnet. This was demoed by re-encrypting Finnegan’s Wake from Alice to Bob;Much more thorough testing of encrypting powers in the NuCypher KMS codebase;Decoupled Ethereum smart contract deployment and client logic (into ContractAgents and ContractDeployers);Treasure Maps (used for locating nodes for re-encryption) can now optionally be acquired via REST interface if Bob knows a node (Ursula’s) interface information;Methods for Alice and Ursula payment models have been implemented. More information about these payment models will be coming soon;Performance increases for our Ethereum smart contracts. What’s coming up next:We’re making a lot of progress towards testnet for the NuCypher KMS. We expect to be there soon;The official pyUmbral release post(!);Security improvements to Umbral, including advancements to the challenge protocol which will significantly improve the security and integrity of the NuCypher KMS network;Continued performance increases...

Community Update #3

Seattle. — (Credit goes to jMyles for the documentation) The NuCypher team gathered in Seattle, Washington, USA for a 10-day collaboration earlier this month (February 2018). We rented a house on the east side of the city and lived and worked together for each of these days. In attendance were (alphabetical by Discord handle) Arj, jMyles, KPrasch, Maclane, Michwill, Ryan, and Tux. Notable mentions to KPrasch’s partner Gabby and jMyles’ partner Chelsea and their 2.5-year old, Fibonacci, for attending parts of the gathering. The team undertook a wide array of errands during our ten-day sprint. The tasks accomplished include building new features for NuCypher’s KMS, discussing and implementing new security standards and anti-scam/spam measures, and moving our team communications from Slack to Discord (join us!). Lastly, a significant milestone was completing and implementing pyUmbral, our reference implementation of the proxy re-encryption on which our entire ecosystem depends. Our codebases saw a total of 268 new commits, including more than 1,200 new lines introduced into our KMS project. Perhaps equally impressive is the removal of over 3,000 lines (“redlines”) by the coordinated efforts of our team. We’ve received several requests from the community about having further information about NuCypher team members, so we also conducted interviews — these will be available soon on our website (and perhaps ...

Community Update #2

Keeping you in the loop. — — Developer Updates. — Our engineering team has been hard at work building out the NuCypher protocol. For detailed technical discussions join our Slack or follow along on GitHub, but here are the highlights:Implemented a Data Encryption Mechanism (DEM) that allows users to encrypt data using the Umbral scheme and protect it with authenticated encryption (ChaCha20-Poly1305).Serialization of all Umbral artifacts (keys, ciphertexts, etc.)Simple API Construction — a simple API has been implemented to allow users of Umbral to easily use and handle proxy re-encryption without messy or otherwise complicated code. This also contributes to product readability quite a bit.Improved tests to validate the security of our scheme against known standards — Upcoming Changes. — Further security hardeningMore Proxy Re-encryption API improvements to readability, usability, and documentationNuCypher Event Rundown — NuCypher & THE COIN + Tokyo Meetup. — NuCypher was at THE COIN & Smart Contract Meetup in Japan this month — filled with great keynotes, projects and community building. Our CEO MacLane Wilkison spoke on a panel with Quantstamp CEO Richard Ma & Zilliqa CEO Xinshu Dong. — NuCypher & BPASE + Blockchain Connect. — NuCypher had a great oppurtinity to speak at the Stanford BPASE & Blockchain Connect conference. Co-Founder &am...

Community Update #1

First few weeks of 2018. — At NuCypher we’re so excited to share with you our recent updates, growth, questions, & content — Developer Updates. — Our engineering team has been hard at work building out the NuCypher protocol. For detailed technical discussions join our Slack or follow along on GitHub, but here are the highlights:Moving from academic reference implementation to engineering a hardened and functional schemeSide channel resistance added inBuilt a miniature framework on top of OpenSSL and to assist us in building Umbral. You can see some of our work in and point.pySecure erasing of memory when private keys are used in OpenSSL. When this release goes out, we will do the same to UmbralImplemented our challenge protocol into the schema itself! This allows nodes to validate and prove that they are doing their job correctly which is a huge step for increasing the security of the NuCypher KMS network — Upcoming Changes. — Separating out encryption/decryption/re-encryption code based on how it’s used on the network. This will increase readability and audibility of the codeOperations changes — we’re going to update the “mini framework” to use more proper academic notation for enhanced readabilityImproved and more standardized serializationVarious readability changesSecurity hardening — NuCypher & WCEF 2018. — ...

SF Cryptocurrency Devs: A Deep Dive into Blockchain Proxy Re-Encryption

Michael Egorov, our cofounder and CTO, recently gave a technical deep dive on proxy re-encryption at SF Cryptocurrency Devs. Check out a recording of the talk below: Slides of the talk are available here: SF Cryptocurrency Devs: A Deep Dive into Blockchain Proxy Re-Encryption was originally published in NuCypher on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

Welcoming Professor Giuseppe Ateniese

Professor Giuseppe Ateniese We are pleased to welcome Professor Giuseppe Ateniese to NuCypher’s advisory board. Considered one of the fathers of proxy re-encryption, he co-authored Improved Proxy Re-Encryption Schemes with Applications to Secure Distributed Storage, more commonly known as the AFGH algorithm. Professor Ateniese also boasts a wealth of expertise in blockchain technology, having co-developed an editable permissioned ledger with Accenture. NuCypher continues to lead the adoption of proxy re-encryption technology in the enterprise and we strongly believe Professor Ateniese’s technical guidance will help us to deliver ever-higher standards of security for our customers and the world’s most sensitive distributed systems. Welcoming Professor Giuseppe Ateniese was originally published in NuCypher on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

MediBloc Leverages NuCypher for its Blockchain-based Healthcare Information Ecosystem

MediBloc, an open-source healthcare data platform, is leveraging the Qtum blockchain, IPFS, and NuCypher KMS, to create a Patient-controlled electronic Health Records (PHR) system. MediBloc’s mission is to give the ownership of health information back to patients, allowing the rightful owners of health data to both keep their data private and monetize it in various ways. The MediBloc platform will also incentivize healthcare providers, insurers, researchers, and pharmaceutical companies to participate and contribute to a new blockchain-based ecosystem using Medi Token (MED).Technical Requirements One of the key requirements for architecting any PHR platform is ensuring the confidentiality of medical information. Storing unencrypted medical records on IPFS exposes patients to possible repercussions, including social stigma associated with certain medical conditions or financial hardship due to difficulties in securing insurance coverage and loss of employment. Achieving confidentiality of records stored on IPFS — which is, by definition, public — while maintaining the ability to share those records with appropriate medical providers, is a fundamentally difficult problem. Simply storing encrypting records in IPFS is insufficient as there must be some mechanism to provide access to the patient’s medical provider. In MediBloc, there are three primary actors who require access to private data:Patients — the...


Privacy Coins Take a Beating This Year Losing Over $6 Billion, Anonymity...

    The last 12 months have been tough on digital currency investors as the crypto winter has caused a large sum of value to leave the once-bustling economy. The privacy coin economy, for instance, shed more than 55% against the U.S. dollar as it dropped from $11.7 billion in Jan. 2022 to the current $5.22 billion.Privacy Economy Loses 55% Against the Greenback, European Union Looks to Ban Anonymizing Cryptos Privacy coins are not talked about like they used to be. These days, the hype and discussions surrounding decentralized finance (defi) and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have eclipsed privacy coin conversations. Furthermore, during the last 12 months, the privacy coin economy has dropped from $11.7 billion to today's $5.22 billion. Last January, the top two privacy tokens included monero (XMR) and zcash (ZEC). At the time, monero was the largest privacy coin by market cap and still is today. In Jan. 2022, XMR's price was around $202.97 per unit and it had a market valuation of around $3.66 billion on Jan. 19, 2022. Today, XMR is exchanging hands for around $142.35 per coin and it has an overall market capitalization of around $2.58 billion. Zcash holds the second-largest privacy coin market valuation this year and in January it was around $1.53 billion. At the end of Dec. 2022, ZEC's market cap is down to $517 million. Jan. 2022's top five privacy coins by market cap included monero (XMR), zcash (ZEC), secret (SCRT), decred (DCR), and horizen (ZEN). December 2022 stats show t... read More

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

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