|All Time High:|
|Market Cap: |
|The price of #ZANO today is $0.38 USD.|
The lowest ZANO price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.381, and the current live price for one ZANO coin is $0.38063.
The all-time high ZANO coin price was $8.03.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of ZANO with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Zano crypto currency is also #ZANO. |
Zano is 2.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Zano is $5,101,498.|
Zano is ranked #631 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a modest volume of trading today on #ZANO.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Zano is $46,794.
|The circulating supply of ZANO is 13,402,716 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.|
Note the limited supply of Zano coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.
|ZANO has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.|
View #ZANO trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #ZANO purchase.
Zano Project Update (19th September 2022)
This post was originally published on the official Zano blog on the 19th of September and is almost entirely based on the recent update given by our Community Manager Gigabyted in the Zano Discord server. First a quick apology for the recent lack of blog posts — our writer had a change of circumstances that left him unable to contribute. If you’ve been watching our GitHub repos you’ll know that the development team had no such problems. So with that out of the way, let’s get to it! — Zarcanum Testnet and Research Paper Update. — We’ve been making great progress with the implementation of our groundbreaking private Proof of Stake scheme and the first Zarcanum (zPOS) testnet will be launched in roughly two weeks’ time. It will be tested privately by the team at first, before being released to the current public testnet. Though already formally introduced in a preliminary white paper, you may not be aware that the Zarcanum hard fork will carry another highly significant addition to Zano in the form of Zano Confidential Assets (zAssets). It’s an incredibly exciting development and we’ll have another blog post with all the details very soon!Image excerpted from the Zano Tokenization Platform white paper. Zarcanum testing may cause disruptions for anyone currently using testnet for your project(s), so if that applies to you please contact Gigabyted on Discord or Telegram who will try to reduce th...
Zano Wallet Guidance
About Zano Wallet Zano app lets you manage multiple ZANO wallets, which can be easily created, restored and removed from the app. The core of each wallet is a seed phrase. It’s a sequence of 24 words, that can be used to recovery your wallet private and public keys. Every time you create a new wallet within the app, a unique sequence is generated. It’s important to always keep it safe and accessible. For your convenience it’s not necessary to use a seed phrase to manage your wallet. When you create a wallet the wallet file is generated as well. The file is secured with additional password and grants access to wallet features and the seed phrase. It can be copied to another device and used with another app. Download Zano Wallet In order to get the Zano wallet, please visit https://zano.org/downloads.html Zano Desktop Wallet is available on Windows, Mac and Linux For Zano mobile wallet: Google Playstore: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zano_mobile Apple store:https://apps.apple.com/ru/app/zano-wallet/id1506829937 Create wallet There are 3 ways to create a wallet in Zano app. From the Wallets Add section chooseCreate new walletEnter wallet name and passwordClick Select wallet location to choose wallet file location and nameContinue with Create walletSave shown seed phrase in a secure place and click CreateCreate new walletOpen existing walletLocate wallet fileEnter password then open walletOpen...
What are Aliases?
We would like to thank you for supporting Zano as we work to become the project that is the most scalable, secure and easy to use. Since some community queries have been around what are aliases and how do they work, we decided to make article to elaborate it further. What are Aliases? An alias registration is a special kind of transaction that includes a record of an alias assignment. The system core validates the record and checks the availability of the name. Once validation is successful, the transaction reaches the blockchain and a new record is created in the alias database. Alias, for example: @easytouse, a human-readable name associated with a payment address and text comment, which is stored in the blockchain. This alias provides a short, easy-to-remember name rather than a long and confusing string of random characters. Blockchain storage ensures that aliases are protected from being altered or commandeered. How do they work on Zano? Zano users can easily send transactions to an alias: their wallet automatically checks whether the name is registered in the blockchain, and then obtains the associated public keys to which the transaction will be sent. In the event of a missing alias, the wallet will generate an error report and no funds will be sent or lost. Aliases can be used for more than just Zano transactions. Think of them as a decentralized address book with universal IDs that can be used for various services ba...
Zano Giveaway Campaign
To express our gratitude for your support and celebrate our project, we’d like to host a giveaway campaign. We will be selecting 3 lucky winners, rewarding them with $100 USD worth of $ZANO each. Giveaway entry requirements on gleam.io: 1. Follow @Zano_project on Twitter 2. Retweet a tweet To enter the Giveaway, visit: https://gleam.io/smPJS/zano-giveaway The giveaway campaign will run from 16 March,1 PM UTC to 23 March 1PM UTC. The winners will be announced on 24 March 2022. About Zano Zano is the development of a scalable and secure coin, designed for use in e-commerce. The technology behind our blockchain provides reliability, security, and flexibility — a perfect option for P2P transactions. Follow us on: Twitter Discord Telegr
Zarcanum (ZPoS) — A Private Proof of Stake Scheme with Confidential Transactions and Hidden Amounts
Zarcanum (ZPoS) — A Private Proof of Stake Scheme with Confidential Transactions and Hidden Amounts Any information that a digital cash system reveals about its users is information that bad actors could use against them. The Proof of Stake consensus system has been routinely rejected by projects that put user privacy (and consequently user security) first, because it requires the exact number of coins in a staking transaction to be public. Or at least it used to. Zarcanum (ZPoS) is a secure and private blockchain consensus scheme that enhances traditional Proof of Stake with untraceability and hidden amounts.“… but it often rhymes” In 2014, Zano Co-founder Andrey Sabelnikov (aka crypto_zoidberg) completed work on the first successful implementation of Nicholas Van Saberhagen’s pioneering CryptoNote protocol. It was released as ByteCoin, the first digital currency with protocol-level privacy. It proved that it was possible to create a decentralized digital cash system like Satoshi Nakamoto’s while revealing significantly less sensitive information about the system’s users. So like Bitcoin, but more discreet; more secure. Seven years later, it’s Andrey’s Zano team mate Valeriy Pisarkov (aka sowle), alongside independent researcher and prominent Monero contributor koe, who’ve taken an already inspired design to even greater heights. Zarcanum (ZPoS) works like traditional (or naive) Proof of Stake, whi...
Zano Bi-weekly Report (18th November 2021)
[Originally published on the official Zano Blog: link] Hello all! Your humble scribe is spread pretty thin so this update will be brief and written at great speed. Buckle up! — Branding - One or two people have asked why we still aren’t using the beautiful new branding anywhere yet. We decided to wait till we had all of the designs — so social media banners, templates for the bi-weekly updates etc. — instead of updating them piecemeal. We’re also fine with giving Dmitry as much time as he needs as we know the designs will be worth the wait. Anyway… final delivery is very, very close now. So close, in fact, that you may see this update retrofitted with the shiny new template graphic a day or two from now. At that point we’ll also update Zano’s social media sites. Andrey (@zoidberg) has been busy coordinating things between the design team and the development teams as they update the mobile and desktop wallets. He took the opportunity to go through the mobile app backlog to identify as many fixes/improvements as possible that can be included while substantial code changes are being made. The first iteration of the redesigned wallets has now been completed, apart from some a few minor things that the devs noticed weren’t included in the design files. Dmitry is restyling those remaining components while work begins on the next iteration. After that, some testing, and then, release. — Zarcan...
Zano Bi-weekly Report (19th October 2021)
[Originally published on the official Zano Blog: link] Hey everyone. To punish the communications guy for taking a week off last week, the rest of the team worked twice as hard, so there’s lots to report!New Logo and Branding In our last update we revealed the new project logo. Since then, the design team has created prototype designs for both the mobile and desktop wallets. Feast your eyes!Redesigned Desktop WalletRedesigned Mobile Wallet Professional, modern, rich colors… we’re really happy with the results. The mobile wallet layout will be coded by an outside team under the supervision of Andrey (@zoidberg). This will leave him free to work with Val on planning the privacy and PoS+HA upgrade. The outside team has already finished some necessary library upgrades, so things are moving at a fine pace. As for the rest of the roll-out, Dmitry is working on templates and banners for social media as we speak, so you should start to see them popping up as soon as they’re completed. The next priority will be the redesign of zano.org.Proof of Stake with Hidden Amounts (PoS+HA) Soon after Val published his original Proof of Stake with Hidden Amounts paper, we held a technical discussion on Reddit. Cryptographer and researcher koe (main author of Zero to Monero: Second Edition) was generous enough to look over the work and brought to Val’s attention an issue involving “sender-recipient anonymity”: the sender of c...
Zano Evolving: New Look, New Blog, Same Mission
Hello all! Today we announce the migration of the official Zano blog from medium.com to blog.zano.org. We believe this new, more flexible platform will let us further improve the frequency and quality of our communications as the project and community continue to grow. Posts will still be mirrored here on Medium.New logo and branding First impressions are crucial. A logo, as the primary visual representation of a project, often constitutes the first point of contact with a newcomer. A great logo can be enough to draw in the casual observer. It’s a visual distillation of the project’s essence that accompanies it everywhere it goes. A symbol of identity, which in our case will be seen on wallets, websites and even adorning the new Zano office’s walls. So when choosing a new logo for Zano, we tried to show it the same level of care and attention that we show to changes to the code. After all, our hope is that it will eventually be seen by millions. The designer we chose for the task was Dmitry Lepisov (https://dribbble.com/lepisov), one of the most highly-rated designers on Dribbble, whose portfolio we’d been extremely impressed by. Upon selecting our favorite from the initial sketches, Dmitry took us on a weeks-long exploration of colors, fonts, letter weights, cases and spacings… producing variant after variant in search of a design with impact, balance and cohesion. It was a fascinating process to witness and a pl...
Wrapped ZANO — Bridging Privacy and Ethereum
Wrapped ZANO — Bridging Privacy and Ethereum Wrapped Zano (wZANO) is a token that lives on a decentralized network outside of Zano’s native blockchain. In the case of this first implementation, it’s an ERC-20 token on the Ethereum mainnet. Essentially, it represents a guarantee: at any moment, whenever you desire, you can exchange your wZANO on a 1:1 basis for ZANO itself. The process of exchanging ZANO for wZANO is known as “wrapping” and wZANO to ZANO as “unwrapping”.The Benefits of Wrapped Zano (wZANO) — To New Users. — You can think of Zano as encryption for your digital money. On networks such as Ethereum where balances and transactions are completely public, it’s possible to make inferences about a person’s holdings and network activity. Zano offers a cash-like alternative, where the extent of your holdings and personal transactions are completely private. wZANO also allows you to easily invest in privacy technology and can be conveniently stored in your wallet of choice alongside the rest of your ERC-20 tokens. — To Existing Zano Users. — First, wZANO gives us an all-access pass to the entire Ethereum ecosystem. Smart contracts, dApps and DeFi, MetaMask, hardware wallets… with wZANO you get all of that and more. It also facilitates new token liquidity via permissionless decentralized exchanges like Uniswap, Sushiswap, and Balancer. And what could be better for privac...
Zano Bi-weekly Report (23rd August 2021)
There’s a lot happening in the world of Zano, so let’s get straight to it. — Wrapped Zano (wZANO). — We mentioned in the last biweekly that testing on wZano had already begun. It helped us uncover some additional ways in which we could optimize the system and our setup, so part of the last two weeks were spent making the necessary changes and hardening overall system security. The platform’s been designed to work over long periods with minimal intervention, so as not to pull the devs away from other work unnecessarily. One significant issue we had was with the Etherscan API, which would occasionally stop responding for 5–10 mins at a time. Not helpful for testing and definitely not reliable enough for when the wrapping service goes live. Pavel came up with a different approach which, we’re happy to report, is functioning much more reliably.Unwrap Service Interface So the system itself is done, the unwrap webpage is finished (as you can see) and wZano has now been officially deployed on the Ethereum main net (Etherscan link). Work on the UI for mobile/desktop has already started, so we’re very close to the final testing round, the wrapped token’s launch and Zano’s entrance into the electrifying world of Decentralized Finance. — Logo/branding explorations. — Last time we revealed that we’ve been exploring branding ideas. More accurately, we’ve been working closely with a design compa...