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SRN

SIRIN LABS Token  

#SRN

SRN Price:
$0.00278
Volume:
$1.7 K
All Time High:
$3.75
Market Cap:
$1.5 M


Circulating Supply:
532,779,059
Exchanges:
2+
Total Supply:
532,779,059
Markets:
2+
Max Supply:
573,145,073
Pairs:
3



  SRN PRICE


The price of #SRN today is $0.00278 USD.

The lowest SRN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00278, and the current live price for one SRN coin is $0.00278369.

The all-time high SRN coin price was $3.75.

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


  SRN OVERVIEW


The code for SIRIN LABS Token crypto currency is #SRN.

SIRIN LABS Token is 4.7 years old.


  SRN MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for SIRIN LABS Token is $1,483,092.

SIRIN LABS Token is ranking downwards to #1319 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SRN VOLUME


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

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for SIRIN LABS Token is $1,719.


  SRN SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SRN is 532,779,059 coins, which is 93% of the maximum coin supply.


  SRN BLOCKCHAIN


SRN is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  SRN EXCHANGES


SRN has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.

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


  SRN RESOURCES


Websitewww.sirinlabs.com
Whitepapersirinlabs.com/media/SIRINLABS_-_White_Paper.pdf
TwitterSIRINLABS
Redditr/SirinLabs
Telegramsirinlabs
Instagraminstagram.com/sirinlabs


  SRN DEVELOPER NEWS



SIRIN LABS opens flagship store in Tokyo

SIRIN LABS opens flagship store in Tokyo Starting July, FINNEY, the world’s first ultra-secure blockchain smartphone, will be available in leading consumer electronics shops across Japan including BIC CAMERA, YAMADA, and RAKUTENBIC & AMAZONBIC. SIRIN LABS will open its second flagship store this July, answering the increasing demand for FINNEY™, in Japan. The new store at Ginza quarter will be powered by GOLDEX Tokyo — June 28th, 2019 — SIRIN LABS (sirinlabs.com) is proud to open its first flagship store in Asia, at a prime location in the Ginza quarter of Tokyo. This expansion follows the grand opening of the first flagship store in London, which took place in January 2019, and answers the increasing demand for FINNEY across Japan and Asia. The grand opening event took place on Thursday, June 27th in the Ginza quarter, with guest starring of Sidmar Antônio Martins, head coach of Fujieda MYFC and legendary goalkeeper. As of July 1st, FINNEY is available for purchase by the general public. FINNEY, the world’s premier, ultra-secure blockchain smartphone that runs SIRIN OS™, is priced at $999 and will be available not only in the new concept store that’s powered by GOLDEX, but also across additional consumer electronics brands including BIC CAMERA, YAMADA, and RAKUTENBIC & AMAZONBIC. “Japan is a global leader when it comes to blockchain enthusiasts and crypto holders, so it was clear to us tha...




Machine Learning Intrusion Prevention System (ML-IPS) technology enables FINNEY™ ultra-secure…

Machine Learning Intrusion Prevention System (ML-IPS) technology enables FINNEY™ ultra-secure smartphone - Most smartphones currently on the market do not include any native cyber protections and will instead rely on user downloaded applications. The major issue with this is that these applications are not able to penetrate deep into the operating system. Instead, the sit on the application layer, which is the most vulnerable area, and the easiest to circumvent. Unlike those other smartphones, FINNEY™ utilizes the SIRIN OS™, which is a stock version of Android that has been modified to include significant security features in every layer of the operating system beginning from the kernel itself. The crown jewel of FINNEY™’s comprehensive cyber security suite is the built-in machine learning Intrusion Prevention System (IPS). But what exactly is an IPS? What does it do? And how does it make FINNEY™ so secure? Simply put, an IPS that is built into the operating system creates a pro-active and preventative layer of protection designed to stop any potentially harmful or malicious activities before it even starts. And since it is built into the operating system, circumventing it is incredibly difficult and complex, if it’s even possible at all. The IPS works to protect your data, security, and privacy through every major attack surface your device regularly encounters. Network Attacks Hackers and other malicious act...




SIRIN LABS Updates

Here are some updates regarding FINNEY™ shipment dates and our Amazon shops. — Shipping - — Russia. — We anticipate receiving our final certification to begin shipping to Russia around February 20th. — USA. — FINNEY™ has passed all necessary FCC certifications, but due to the government shutdown, we have not received the final approval needed. Once the US government re-opens, we expect to receive the approval needed to begin shipping FINNEY™s to the USA immediately. — Amazon - Our European Amazon shops are slated to open by February 28th. — The White FINNEY™ - Due to low demand, we have put production of the white FINNEY™ on hold. We will reevaluate its demand in the future.




SIRIN LABS Unleashing FINNEY to MWC 2019

Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the largest telecommunications and mobile device conference in the world. With the attendance annually over 100,000, it is the can’t-miss event for every major OEM device manufacturer and carrier across the globe. It is for these reasons and more that we’re incredibly excited to announce that in just a little over a month from now, SIRIN LABS will be bringing FINNEY™ to Barcelona. At least 10 of our top executives from Business Development, Sales, R&D, Cyber-security, and corporate management will be attendance to demonstrate the power of both FINNEY™ as well as the SIRIN OS™.Digital mock-up of the SIRIN LABS booth. Our booth (number 2F10) will be a portal to the world of decentralization and crypto. It will be 100m² and will include 2 different meeting rooms for discussions with potential OEMs to utilize the ultra-secure and blockchain-enabled SIRIN OS™, as well as for global carriers to begin offering FINNEY to their customers. If you’re in the area, we’d love to have you come to the booth to show your support for mobile security, blockchain technology, and SIRIN LABS. If you’d like to set up a meeting with members of the team to discuss any business opportunities, please email mwcmeetup@sirinlabs.com.




Rest Assured With Finney™’s Advanced Wallet Security

When individuals within the crypto community hear about the new trend of blockchain-enabled smartphones which include a cryptocurrency wallet, many fear for the security of their stored currencies. These fears are far from unfounded due to the number of software wallets and exchanges that have been hacked over the last 18 months alone. There are several different precautions that all crypto users should take to ensure the security of their wallet’s private key, and all of the crypto that the wallet contains. A few examples include: storing wallet information offline, exclusively using cold-storage wallets, and only using secure devices in order to access the cold storage wallet. While these factors can be incredibly effective at preventing nearly all cyber-attacks, there remains the frightful and elusive $5 Wrench Attack. The $5 Wrench Attack is a heinous crime (beating the crypto holder with a $5 wrench) by which someone attempts to circumvent all of the digital protections placed on a wallet by threatening the owner with harm or death if they do not transfer the content of their wallet. While this is also a legitimate fear, FINNEY™ users will be able to use an advanced security precaution to protect their currency, even in the case of such an attack. The FINNEY™ wallet is a Hierarchical Deterministic wallet, also known as an HD Wallet. These wallets have the ability to create multiple public keys for the same privat...




Big Week and SIRIN LABS

Big Week at SIRIN LABS - SIRIN LABS has been very vocal about our vision and mission to bridge the gap between the blockchain economy and the mass market. Our focus has been on driving mass adoption of blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies by creating an ecosystem that is accessible to crypto experts and novices alike through FINNEY™, SIRIN OS™, and the SRN Token. This week has been monumental in terms of the steps we were able to take in order to have our vision and mission realized. Going Mainstream This week, SIRIN LABS enabled FINNEY™ purchases through the online shop in ETH, BTC and Fiat currencies. This is an exciting development since it widens our potential customer base beyond those who own SRN tokens or who are currently active in crypto, to potential customers who are interested in crypto but for some reason haven’t taken the first step yet. The addition of BTC, ETH, and Fiat enables us to reach out to those who value security and usability and enable them to obtain FINNEY™ regardless of their crypto level. This, in turn, elicits more engagement in crypto, and brings us closer to mass adoption. Lift-off With Amazon’s Launchpad We also announced that around January 15th our Amazon.co.uk marketplace will be open to the public. The significance and importance of our partnership with Amazon and Amazon Launchpad cannot be stressed enough. The platform and visibility that Amazon and Amazon Launchpad ...




SIRIN LABS Official Response to the Dec. 6th Bloomberg Article

Regarding the Bloomberg article on December 6th, Moshe Hogeg’s quotes were taken out of context. SIRIN LABS raised a little over 200,000 Ether, which is currently approximately $16m. We managed our risk efficiently by converting enough Ether to develop an amazing phone (for example, the Google Pixel camera module budget cost around $200 million to develop). I believe we have enough money to make SIRIN LABS a profitable company, even in today’s market, even though our task is more challenging these days, unfortunately. Regarding abandoning hardware production, he was asked about what would happen if FINNEY™ did not have enough buyers, and he answered that if there were not sufficient sales, then our focus would shift more into the software for other phone manufacturers. It’s also important to recognize that our vision and business model has always included the promotion of SIRIN OS™ to be used within other OEM devices, and we are already in talks with several OEMs to do so. Thankfully, we currently have more orders than we initially expected, with over 100,000 orders for phones from distributors alone.




SIRIN LABS’ Dedication to Security Doesn’t Sacrifice User Experience

On December 5th, 2018, day 2 of the Slush conference, HTC’s Chief Decentralization Officer Phil Chen took to the stage to discuss some of the ideals and the vision behind HTC’s new Exodus phone. Mr. Chen, in conversation with Litecoin’s Charlie Lee, began with an explanation of some of the various options for wallets along with pros and cons for each. He accurately pointed out that cold storage wallets are the most secure option, but also voiced concerns regarding challenges of usability. Chen cites the user experience challenges associated with cold storage wallets to justify HTC’s decision to use a hardware wallet instead of a cold storage wallet. In fact, both he and Charlie Lee talk about the necessary trade-offs or balances of security for the sake of user experience and usability. medium.com When HTC appointed Chen to his role as CDO, many in the crypto community (including us) were incredibly excited. It seemed as though HTC was going to start taking the crypto sector very seriously, and have Chen represent the values and ideals of the crypto community directly to HTC. This is why hearing Chen speak in this way regarding crypto cybersecurity is both incredibly disappointing, as well as, unfortunately, not surprising at all. The compromise of security for the sake of user experience is not new; it has been going on within the mobile industry for many years. On Page 1 of the SIRIN LABS whitepaper which was publ...




3 Things To Take From The Media Launch Event

Read all about it on the SIRIN LABS blog: sirinlabs.co




FINNEY™’s Nodes

Note: This article deals with some of the specific mechanics of a blockchain network. You may want to familiarize yourself with the internal mechanics of blockchain networks before reading A question that many people in the crypto community have been asking about SIRIN OS™ is whether or not it will enable FINNEY™ to function as a full node, or a light node by default. It’s a question that we grappled with for quite some time as we were developing FINNEY™ — how SIRIN OS™ services will participate in the blockchain? A node, for those who aren’t aware, is an application that is storing a complete version of the blockchain, and is being constantly and consistently updated with the new blocks that have been added to the chain. A light node is a node that operates just as a full node, but with only downloading the block headers, and therefore requires much less storage space, but just as much system resources. Nodes, both full and light, need to verify, store, and rebroadcast all of the network blocks. Due to the speed of the Ethereum network, these interactions require that the node is constantly active and constantly transmitting and receiving. All of the advantages related to being a full node revolve around actual participation within the network. Only full nodes are able to signal for changes to the network, or mine blocks, and a light node, while it requires less storage space, provides no additional functio...



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