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If you're interested, full details of the latest hard fork i...

If you're interested, full details of the latest hard fork issue have been written up to the NavCoin Notice board a… https://t.co/kMOAjRkYy9

11 hours ago

Sit back, put the kettle on and check out this week's #NavCo...

Sit back, put the kettle on and check out this week's #NavCoin Community News: NavCoin Core 4.5.2 Hard Fork Success… https://t.co/lmJSBfO0H7

3 days ago

Could Bitcoin ETN’s Large Premium to BTC be a Sign of Institutional Buying?

Over the past year discussions of a Bitcoin ETF being approved by regulatory authorities in the US has dominated the news cycle and has even - on multiple occasions - impacted the markets. Many investors and analysts believe that the approval of a BTC ETF will lead to an influx of investors as it would place the cryptocurrency in front of all traditional equity investors. Although the status and potential effect of a Bitcoin ETF remains unknown, there already exists and exchange-traded product that allows investors to add some exposure to Bitcoin’s price through the form of an Exchange Traded Note (ETN). Bitcoin ETN Trades at Large Premium to BTC The Grayscale Bitcoin Trust (GBTC) is a popular ETN that allows traditional investors to gain some exposure to the daily price movements of Bitcoin without actually owning the underlying asset. Grayscale describes their product as “the first publicly quoted securities solely invested in and deriving value from the price of bitcoin” that allows investors to “gain exposure to the price movement of bitcoin through a traditional investment vehicle, without the challenges of buying, storing, and safekeeping bitcoins.” Each share of GBTC trades at approximately 1/1000th of Bitcoin’s actual price and is currently trading at $4.82 per share. This means that GBTC is valuing one BTC at $4,820, which is significantly higher than Bitcoin’s current price of under $4,000. Thomas Lee, the co-founder of Fundstrat Global, pointed out this premium in a recent tweet, hypothesizing that GBTC’s premium to BTC’s net asset value (NAV) is a sign of institutional buying, as purchasing GBTC is easier than purchasing BTC through a cryptocurrency exchange for traditional investors. “CRYPTO: $GBTC premium to NAV creeping up to 36% on heels of $BTC surge to ~$4,000... Rise in premium is a sign of institutional net buying (easier to buy this ETN from @GrayscaleInvest than buy via a crypto exchange) ... another sign 2019 way better than 2018 for crypto,” he explained. CRYPTO: $GBTC premium to NAV creeping up to 36% on heels of $BTC surge to ~$4,000 Rise in premium is a sign of institutional net buying (easier to buy this ETN from ⁦@GrayscaleInvest⁩ than buy via a crypto exchange)... ...another sign 2019 way better than 2018 for crypto pic.twitter.com/hdFh8y3sY9 — Thomas Lee (@fundstrat) February 19, 2019 Although GBTC doesn’t entitle buyers to Bitcoin - the underlying asset it tracks - it does allow buyers to get in on some of its volatility in an easy to access fashion. Is Growing GBTC NAV Premium Actually The Result of Institutional Buying? On February 17th Bitcoin’s price surged after briefly dipping towards $3,600, and is now pushing up against $4,000, which has proven to be a level of resistance. BTC’s price has surged over the past couple of days. Historically, GBTC’s premium grows whenever BTC experiences price surges, and drops whenever Bitcoin’s price drops. With this being said, it appears that GBTC historically exaggerates Bitcoin’s sentiment shifts, which does not serve as strong support for Lee’s theory regarding the growing premium being the result of institutional buying. Furthermore, Lee’s assessment of GBTC’s current NAV premium is exaggerated, as Bloomberg notes that GBTC’s current premium is just under 19%, while its average 52-week premium is nearly 40%. Lee addressed this in response to a comment on his original post, noting that a 20% NAV premium does appear to be more accurate. Hmmm. Actually more favorable — Thomas Lee (@fundstrat) February 19, 2019 With that being said, although it is possible that institutions are trading the cryptocurrency via GBTC, there is little evidence of this and its current price premium is nothing extraordinary. At the time of writing, GBTC is trading up nearly 15% from its opening price, while BTC is only trading up 1.5% over a 24-hour trading period. Featured image from Shutterstock. The post Could Bitcoin ETN’s Large Premium to BTC be a Sign of Institutional Buying? appeared first on NewsBTC.

3 days ago

Why is NavCoin good for business? Simplicity. Payment is as ...

Why is NavCoin good for business? Simplicity. Payment is as easy as scanning a QR code with funds automatically tra… https://t.co/h01kSzSnXE

3 days ago

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Low fees - #NavCoin is ...

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Low fees - #NavCoin is one of world's most affordable payment networks, with f… https://t.co/UGXvLlDdO6

4 days ago

A fintech startup founded by Palantir veterans envisions a one-tap mortgage

Palantir Technologies is known for using big data to tackle tough problems like counter-terrorism analysis and measuring financial risk at mega banks. Since 2012, a group of veterans from the Silicon Valley company have taken on an equally daunting task: taking the misery out of the home mortgage process. The company they founded is called Blend, a startup that sells software to US banks to digitize lending. Getting a home loan can take as many as two months and has traditionally been heavy on paperwork. Blend co-founder and CFO Erin Collard says the company’s technology, used in apps at lenders like US Bank and Wells Fargo, has cut the time it takes by about two weeks so far. Getting a mortgage in a day isn’t legally possible, but Collard says the objective is to bring it down to a couple of weeks. He says the days of paper-based processing of information are coming to an end. “There will be a point where any financial product is easily achieved with a one-tap process,” said Collard, the former head trader at Peter Thiel’s Clarium Capital Management and an advisor to Palantir, where he met Blend’s co-founders. “We are looking into making that possible.” Some think Blend, last valued at $600 million according to PitchBook data, could be galloping toward the $1 billion mark. But when the company started out, social media was the preferred entrepreneurial pursuit in San Francisco. To the extent that fintech was a thing, Collard says the the business models more often looked to compete with the banks to provide lending, rather than selling software to them. There were also doubts about whether financial services via smartphones would catch on, especially for more more challenging things like mortgages. That all began to change when Rocket Mortgage started running Super Bowl ads touting quick mortgage approvals using a mobile phone. “Our phone never stopped ringing,” Collard said. Blend now employs 350 people and has around 135 banking customers that represent 25% of the US mortgage market. It handled some $230 billion worth of mortgage applications last year. Collard says some of the best advice he got from Thiel, a serial entrepreneur and PayPal co-founder, was to sell the software to banks instead of becoming one itself. “If we sign one contract, overnight we get millions of consumers,” he said. The company is also riding a fintech mega trend: customer data is getting easier to access. Instead of having to pull three months of accounts statements and send them to the mortgage lender, technology made by companies like Plaid and Yodlee can connect with the bank and pull it out automatically. Online brokerages like Betterment and Robinhood, and payment companies like Venmo and TransferWise, are using this information to quickly onboard new customers without the customary hassle. “I don’t think people realize how revolutionary it’s going to be,” Collard said. People prefer to use their phones for simple financial transactions. But a report from Fannie Mae signals that not everyone is ready to do complex transactions, involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, without a face-to-face interaction. While most Americans already use online banking, the majority of people surveyed in telephone interviews said they would rather to talk to a person when getting a mortgage. Blend’s Collard acknowledged that not everyone is comfortable making big decisions without a customary branch visit. He said the company’s software still allows users to chat directly with a loan officer if they want to, and he argues that mobile apps can make the pool of customers bigger by, for example, tapping into lower-income consumers who don’t have a computer at home. But in the end, the exec thinks the move to digital is inevitable. “You want more of an Uber experience rather than something with thousands of pieces of paper,” he said. The future of finance on Quartz Wealthfront is adding more bank-like features. The 11-year old robo-investor’s new account offers a 2.24% interest rate, near the top of the charts in the US. What Brexit? UK fintech firms, and neobanks in particular, have no shortage of cash from investors. London-based Starling Bank said this week that it raised £75 million ($96 million). Revolut sparked a media frenzy when it used (or appeared to use) customer-spending data in a Valentine’s Day ad campaign. Such marketing is common in the payment business, but attitudes may have changed after the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal. What does JPMorgan see in crypto now that it didn’t before? The biggest US bank by assets says its JPM Coin will represent one-for-one dollars held in its accounts, and will be used to make instantaneous payments. If a JPM Coin is supposed to be worth $1, what is a Binance token worth? According to Quartz’s valuation, the popular crypto exchange’s coin (currently trading for around $9) is about 1,000-times overvalued. Heard on headphones “It’s shocking if you come from traditional markets to s

7 days ago

To ensure you stay safely staking on the network, you can do...

To ensure you stay safely staking on the network, you can download the new NavCoin Core wallet version 4.5.2 from t… https://t.co/p8M8IcV5MT

7 days ago

@BidaliGiftcards Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 ...

@BidaliGiftcards Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before the hardfork occurs at block 2882875 (approximat… https://t.co/eUYj9g0GXB

8 days ago

@BestRateorg Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 befo...

@BestRateorg Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before the hardfork occurs at block 2882875 (approximately… https://t.co/lUiJXTH6De

8 days ago

@crytrexcom Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 befor...

@crytrexcom Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before the hardfork occurs at block 2882875 (approximately 1… https://t.co/eVFxydCVFn

8 days ago

@Godex_io Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before ...

@Godex_io Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before the hardfork occurs at block 2882875 (approximately 16… https://t.co/UGb8pdSId5

8 days ago

@Changelly_team Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 b...

@Changelly_team Please remember to update to NavCoin 4.5.2 before the hardfork occurs at block 2882875 (approximate… https://t.co/iLczymoRI7

8 days ago

NavCoin is hard forking at block 2882875 to mitigate an issu...

NavCoin is hard forking at block 2882875 to mitigate an issue with the Community Fund payment requests. Please upda… https://t.co/Qdsojy7PDn

9 days ago

Thank you to everyone who participated in the NavCoin AMA to...

Thank you to everyone who participated in the NavCoin AMA today over on @Reddit . Head over to the dedicated… https://t.co/2oGz694jOf

9 days ago

Community News: NavCoin Core 4.5.2 Hard Fork, ZeroCT AMA &am...

Community News: NavCoin Core 4.5.2 Hard Fork, ZeroCT AMA & Explainer Articles https://t.co/oTzsXlF2wb #Blockchain… https://t.co/OwYuBWFwmV

10 days ago

NavCoin Core remains committed to minimising the use of hard...

NavCoin Core remains committed to minimising the use of hard forks. In this instance it is only being used to patch… https://t.co/x5jLQwLQC8

10 days ago

📣 NavCoin Core 4.5.2 is now available for download. This upd...

📣 NavCoin Core 4.5.2 is now available for download. This update contains a hard fork scheduled for this Saturday 16… https://t.co/vd8OSDDN5o

11 days ago

If you’ve read the ZeroCT white paper you’ll know that it is...

If you’ve read the ZeroCT white paper you’ll know that it is not a simple change to the NavCoin protocol. Alex and… https://t.co/oqSScPBJj9

14 days ago

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Flexibility. A range of...

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Flexibility. A range of payment options to suit your business requirements, wi… https://t.co/V3EU5nkKpN

15 days ago

Bitcoin ETF Serves Essential Benefits for the Crypto Market, says VanECK’s Gabor Gurbacs

After having played a masterstroke of resubmitting the Bitcoin ETF application and extending its deadline for approval from SEC, VanEck Top boss Gabor Gurbacs, took onto his Twitter account to spell out reasons why Bitcoin ETF made sense and was a move that could serve the public interest. A Bitcoin ETF could open a new avenue to crypto investing According to the recent tweet put forward by Gabor Gurbacs, who has been one of the key persons in drafting the ETF document for VanEck, Bitcoin ETF will change the way crypto investing takes place across the globe. According to him, a Bitcoin comes with a variety of advantages which would serve in the public interest. He feels a Bitcoin ETF would Increase the liquidity in crypto markets using the ETF ecosystem The counterparty risk in Bitcoin/ Crypto investing will be reduced to a great extent The price determination of bitcoin will be more peculiar and better valuation & execution practices could be expected to follow. The Bitcoin ETF will get in the separation of duties amongst industry players in terms of some managing trading, custody or valuation based on their capabilities and expertise. The fees that are being charged to investors and traders will be more transparent and may even lower out in some cases The compliance framework around the whole cryptoshpere will significantly improve thus bringing down the wrong activities and chance of fraud which is currently rampant in the industry I believe, a #Bitcoin #ETF serves the public interest via: + Increased liquidity using the ETF ecosystem+ Lower counter-party risk+ Better valuation & execution practices + Separation of duties: trading, custody, valuation+ Transparent fees+ Established compliance framework pic.twitter.com/OB0XUZeJ1O — Gabor Gurbacs (@gaborgurbacs) February 3, 2019 While Gabor has nicely put forward the advantages of having a Bitcoin ETF, a lot of people do feel it’s a little too early for a Bitcoin ETF to give out benefits. ETFs can lead to systemic risk via immense accumulation of liquidity. Most ETFs benefit market makers, or authorized participants, rebalancing the NAV against ETF share price. In a non-liquid $65B market such as Bitcoin, an ETF is too early to benefit investors. Thoughts? — Thib⚡ (@thibm_) February 4, 2019 Big believer of ETFs as vehicles to easily enter a market for institutional investors and fiduciaries. Proper custody, insurance, valuation, governance, rebalancing, etc. are necessary. Timing is critical as liquidity concentration in an ETF related to broader market is risky. — Thib⚡ (@thibm_) February 4, 2019 While timing could be critical for a Bitcoin ETF, the advantages listed down by Gurbacks is definitely worth making note of. As ETF has been able to change the way, people invest in other commodities and securities, a lot of people including Gurbacs believe the same could happen with cryptocurrencies. Successful or not will be secondary, but Bitcoin ETF can definitely bringing the maturity to the crypto ecosystem which in itself will be a big achievement Will Bitcoin ETF help the crypto ecosystem to mature or will it just remain a trading tool? DO let us know your views on the same. The post Bitcoin ETF Serves Essential Benefits for the Crypto Market, says VanECK’s Gabor Gurbacs appeared first on Coingape.

18 days ago

VanECK CEO Answers Why Bitcoin ETF is Necessary for Crypto Markets?

After having played a masterstroke of resubmitting the Bitcoin ETF application and extending its deadline for approval from SEC, VanEck Top boss Gabor Gurbacs, took onto his Twitter account to spell out reasons why Bitcoin ETF made sense and was a move that could serve the public interest. A Bitcoin ETF could open a new avenue to crypto investing According to the recent tweet put forward by Gabor Gurbacs, who has been one of the key persons in drafting the ETF document for VanEck, Bitcoin ETF will change the way crypto investing takes place across the globe. According to him, a Bitcoin comes with a variety of advantages which would serve in the public interest. He feels a Bitcoin ETF would Increase the liquidity in crypto markets using the ETF ecosystem The counterparty risk in Bitcoin/ Crypto investing will be reduced to a great extent The price determination of bitcoin will be more peculiar and better valuation & execution practices could be expected to follow. The Bitcoin ETF will get in the separation of duties amongst industry players in terms of some managing trading, custody or valuation based on their capabilities and expertise. The fees that are being charged to investors and traders will be more transparent and may even lower out in some cases The compliance framework around the whole cryptoshpere will significantly improve thus bringing down the wrong activities and chance of fraud which is currently rampant in the industry I believe, a #Bitcoin #ETF serves the public interest via: + Increased liquidity using the ETF ecosystem+ Lower counter-party risk+ Better valuation & execution practices + Separation of duties: trading, custody, valuation+ Transparent fees+ Established compliance framework pic.twitter.com/OB0XUZeJ1O — Gabor Gurbacs (@gaborgurbacs) February 3, 2019 While Gabor has nicely put forward the advantages of having a Bitcoin ETF, a lot of people do feel it’s a little too early for a Bitcoin ETF to give out benefits. ETFs can lead to systemic risk via immense accumulation of liquidity. Most ETFs benefit market makers, or authorized participants, rebalancing the NAV against ETF share price. In a non-liquid $65B market such as Bitcoin, an ETF is too early to benefit investors. Thoughts? — Thib⚡ (@thibm_) February 4, 2019 Big believer of ETFs as vehicles to easily enter a market for institutional investors and fiduciaries. Proper custody, insurance, valuation, governance, rebalancing, etc. are necessary. Timing is critical as liquidity concentration in an ETF related to broader market is risky. — Thib⚡ (@thibm_) February 4, 2019 While timing could be critical for a Bitcoin ETF, the advantages listed down by Gurbacks is definitely worth making note of. As ETF has been able to change the way, people invest in other commodities and securities, a lot of people including Gurbacs believe the same could happen with cryptocurrencies. Successful or not will be secondary, but Bitcoin ETF can definitely bringing the maturity to the crypto ecosystem which in itself will be a big achievement Will Bitcoin ETF help the crypto ecosystem to mature or will it just remain a trading tool? DO let us know your views on the same. The post VanECK CEO Answers Why Bitcoin ETF is Necessary for Crypto Markets? appeared first on Coingape.

18 days ago

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Because it's secure. Pa...

Why is NavCoin Is Good For Business? Because it's secure. Payment records permanently stored on a decentralized net… https://t.co/nL20x7spLX

19 days ago

A local get together is being hosted in Auckland with NavCoi...

A local get together is being hosted in Auckland with NavCoin Core members as well as cryptocurrency enthusiasts to… https://t.co/IXPzi3EisS

21 days ago

It's 9am at NavCoin Core HQ ☕️ ...

It's 9am at NavCoin Core HQ ☕️ https://t.co/NaIw5exO4M

23 days ago

NavCoin Core team members Marcus, Laura and Syd (the dog) fi...

NavCoin Core team members Marcus, Laura and Syd (the dog) filming the #ColdStaking Best Practices video explaining… https://t.co/UynLt0K4ZB

24 days ago

Report Finds 25 Crypto Networks are Susceptible to 'Fake Stake' Attacks

A recent report by Decentralized Systems Lab at the University of Illinois found that 25 Proof-of-Stake (PoS) cryptocurrency network are susceptible to a new form of attack called a “fake stake” attack. The vulnerability permits a node with a small stake to overpower competing nodes with fabricated data in order to crash them. Once the competing nodes are incapacitated, the malevolent node can acquire a majority stake on the network and carry out a 51% attack. Researchers at Decentralized Systems Lab discovered the attack while researchers crypto codebases and they explained that “all currencies based on the UTXO and longest chain Proof-of-Stake model are vulnerable to these ‘Fake Stake’ attacks.” Of the 25 crypto-networks referenced, Qtum, Emercoin, Particl, and Nav Coin have implemented a fix for the vulnerability. (RS)

a month ago

Today's education session with NavCoin Core discussing the i...

Today's education session with NavCoin Core discussing the importance of #PersonalSovereignty & #FinancialPrivacy i… https://t.co/awAFM5aW3x

a month ago

NavCoin is an open-source, blockchain based Proof of Stake d...

NavCoin is an open-source, blockchain based Proof of Stake digital currency. Its design is public, nobody owns NavC… https://t.co/OFiXLMVdZy

a month ago

The NavCoin Manifestos set the reasons contributors to the N...

The NavCoin Manifestos set the reasons contributors to the NavCoin community do what we do. These documents cover g… https://t.co/Zk8vN5oYsF

a month ago

The NavCoin protocol is open-source and free for anyone to c...

The NavCoin protocol is open-source and free for anyone to contribute. If you'd like to pitch in on existing projec… https://t.co/ijKZifRrSE

a month ago

The NavCore brand guidlines collates the NavCoin Core Conten...

The NavCore brand guidlines collates the NavCoin Core Content Creators suggestions on how to create a consistent lo… https://t.co/G2mkxDT1cS

a month ago

Check out @jcnvttr_Nstudio's latest article about NavCoin - ...

Check out @jcnvttr_Nstudio's latest article about NavCoin - Embodying the Ideals of Cryptocurrency… https://t.co/WDZykbGISp

a month ago

The self-documented code in GitHub is a great place to get f...

The self-documented code in GitHub is a great place to get familiar with NavCoin, or you can join the discussion on… https://t.co/8IWZeRFXup

a month ago

Distributed consensus: PoW vs PoS

Proof-of-work (PoW) and proof-of-stake (PoS) are the two main types of consensus algorithms used by most blockchain-based cryptocurrency platforms to verify transactions. Digital currency transactions are broadcasted on a blockchain network, which usually consists of a large number of computing machines and an immutable distributed ledger. Competing To Validate Blocks, Verify Transactions The distributed ledger is referred to as a blockchain, and it contains a permanent record of all transactions that have been successfully processed on a cryptocurrency network. In order to verify a transaction, the full-node operators of a cryptoasset platform have to come to a consensus regarding the authenticity of a transaction. Sets of transactions, or multiple transactions, are grouped into blocks and all the nodes participating in a cryptocurrency network compete for a chance to validate each block. Validating blocks is a competitive process because the network nodes that are selected to verify transactions are rewarded with transaction processing fees and/or newly minted digital currency. Full-node operators on most cryptocurrency networks have to expend their personal resources in an effort to potentially be chosen to validate a block. Block Validators: PoW Miners vs PoS Forgers In PoW-based networks, a block validator is called a miner because they use their computing resources (electricity and computer hardware machines) to solve complex mathematical puzzles. The first miner on a PoW-based cryptocurrency platform to solve these difficult math problems and validate a block of transactions is rewarded with newly created digital currency and transaction fees. In comparison, on a PoS-based cryptocurrency network, there is no mining process and block validators are called forgers. In order to have a chance at being selected to validate blocks on a PoS-based crypto platform, a forger must stake their coins/tokens, or digital currency. PoS: Forgers With Lowest Hash Values Given Preference The forgers who stake larger amounts may have a better chance at being selected to validate a block, however other factors are also taken into consideration when choosing block validators on a PoS-based crypto network. For instance, forgers who have the lowest hash values (used to record transactions on a blockchain) have a better chance of being selected to verify transactions. But this may not be one of the criteria used to choose a block validator on all PoS-based crypto platforms. Many PoS networks also select forgers based on the duration of time each user has staked their coins or tokens. Users who’ve staked for the longest time period may be given preference when selecting the most eligible block validator. Which Offers Better Security, Efficiency, & Is More Effective? So which consensus algorithm, PoW or PoS, is better at securing a cryptocurrency network? Also, which algorithm works more efficiently (in terms of resources) and effectively when it comes to ensuring network security and selecting the most eligible block validators? One of the most frequently cited advantages of a PoS-based system over a PoW network is that the former is more energy efficient. That’s because there is no energy-intensive mining activity involved in validating blocks on a PoS network. Proponents of PoS also argue that the economic incentives for forgers are more aligned with their commitment to the network’s native cryptocurrency. For example, in a PoW-based network, a miner may not initially own any of the coins they are mining, and may only be motivated to validate blocks so that they can earn as much digital currency as possible. In comparison, block validators in a PoS-based system have to actually support the cryptocurrency in which they are rewarded. In other words, forgers must have a stake in the network, which means they must actually own the digital currency they are verifying. Ethereum’s Planned Transition From PoW To PoS When comparing PoS and PoW, one of the primary differences between both consensus mechanisms is that in the former there are no block rewards. Most PoS-based crypto platforms create the total amount of digital currency in the beginning, and the maximum coin supply usually does not change. However, there are well over 1,000 cryptocurrencies and it’s possible there may be some versions of PoS that may issue more coins after their genesis block has been produced. As mentioned, there are no block rewards in PoS crypto networks, but the forgers are compensated (TX fees) for helping to verify transactions. As crypto enthusiasts know, Ethereum’s developers are planning to switch from PoW to a PoS-based network consensus protocol (for Ethereum). One of the main problems with PoW is that it consumes a fairly large amount of electricity. Bitcoin’s Energy Consumption Estimates According to Digiconomist’s Energy Consumption Index for Bitcoin, the world’s largest PoW-based network (index also reportedly includes electricity c

a month ago

NavCoin is an easy to use #digitalcurrency - run by its comm...

NavCoin is an easy to use #digitalcurrency - run by its community since 2014. It’s programmable money that lowers t… https://t.co/Fn41oWK4ip

2 months ago

That's a wrap for 2018 folks! NavCoin core will be back agai...

That's a wrap for 2018 folks! NavCoin core will be back again mid-January next year. A friendly reminder that the c… https://t.co/ZDaABImLXu

2 months ago

Updating your NavCoin Core wallet to the new version before ...

Updating your NavCoin Core wallet to the new version before Friday 21 December at 00.00AM GMT is very important to… https://t.co/uRp1K7upwZ

2 months ago

To read the full changelog on the NavCoin 4.5.1 Hard Fork pl...

To read the full changelog on the NavCoin 4.5.1 Hard Fork please read the NavCoin Core GitHub release notes… https://t.co/PyjISnJKWh

2 months ago

NavCoin Core 4.5.1 contains a hard fork which explicitly rej...

NavCoin Core 4.5.1 contains a hard fork which explicitly rejects blocks from obsolete versions (4.5.0 and below) si… https://t.co/nMwHtrXD8g

2 months ago

PSA: NavCoin Core has discovered a bug with the Community Fu...

PSA: NavCoin Core has discovered a bug with the Community Fund proposal system which could cause the network to for… https://t.co/T4xdnLRV78

2 months ago

Pay a name, not a number. NavCoin uses OpenAlias to make se...

Pay a name, not a number. NavCoin uses OpenAlias to make sending money as easy as typing an email address.… https://t.co/klhoMSAt1c

2 months ago

📣 NavCoin Core 4.5.1 is now available for download. This is ...

📣 NavCoin Core 4.5.1 is now available for download. This is a mandatory update which contains a hard fork scheduled… https://t.co/b1hLLAOX0y

2 months ago

Developers have been working on a user interface for the Nav...

Developers have been working on a user interface for the NavCoin Community Fund that will be built into this releas… https://t.co/pIJDEExQo1

2 months ago

NavCoin is an #opensource, #blockchain based #ProofofStake #...

NavCoin is an #opensource, #blockchain based #ProofofStake #cryptocurrency. Its design is public, nobody owns or co… https://t.co/yEj0VTCXOo

2 months ago

NavCoin 4.5. is now available! To find out what it all means...

NavCoin 4.5. is now available! To find out what it all means, check out this guide on NavHub:… https://t.co/kNwXLuFKLr

2 months ago

The NavCoin Core 4.5.0 update is now released and includes t...

The NavCoin Core 4.5.0 update is now released and includes the soft forks for cold staking and static rewards. Upda… https://t.co/giPRbz28hH

2 months ago

In this video tutorial, NavCoin Core developer @proletessera...

In this video tutorial, NavCoin Core developer @proletesseract talks about Static Rewards, one of the proposed feat… https://t.co/6faXTZVhuR

2 months ago

NavCoin 4.5.0 is now available for download! Key features in...

NavCoin 4.5.0 is now available for download! Key features in this release includes the cold staking and static rewa… https://t.co/5o4gY9Ve3v

2 months ago

📣 NavCoin Wants You To VOTE!! There are currently 11 #NavCoi...

📣 NavCoin Wants You To VOTE!! There are currently 11 #NavCoin #CFund proposals being voted on, but only half of the… https://t.co/3ftJJembju

3 months ago

Decentralized digital currencies like NavCoin take control o...

Decentralized digital currencies like NavCoin take control of the monetary system away from government and corporat… https://t.co/8v14gokME5

3 months ago


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