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hush Hush #2193
0.05 USD 11.47% +0.00
DAY RANGE
0.04 0.05
Circulating supply 13.2M
Total supply 21M
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hush Price

Current Price 0.05 USD
Price Change 24H 0.00 USD
Price Change 24H 11.47%
Price Change 7D 16.61%
Price Change 14D 41.09%
Price Change 30D 39.35%
Price Change 60D 24.02%
Price Change 1Y -45.86%
Market Cap Change 24H 69.9K
Market Cap Change 24H 12.38%
All time high (ATH) 17.89 USD
ATH Change -99.73%
ATH Date 2018, Jan 12

hush Markets

SafeTrade
HUSH/BTC
Last price: 0.05 USD
Last price: 0.00 BTC
Spread: 8.74%
24H Volume:
412.3 USD
TradeOgre
HUSH/BTC
Last price: 0.04 USD
Last price: 0.00 BTC
Spread: 6.22%
24H Volume:
2.8 USD

* Anomaly - Trading price is an outlier against the average

** Inactive - No trades in the last 3 hours

Hush

Hush is the first cryptocurrency offering zkSNARK (upstream Zcash 1.0.13 build), TLS (secure nodes), TOR nodes and bitcore making it the most secure and advanced privacy coin ever created! Hush aims to provide protection by anonymizing this metadata at a protocol level ultimately protecting even the most novice user with this built-in privacy backbone. Launched on November 21, 2016, Hush is a token, secure messaging platform, and fork of the Zcash 1.0.9 codebase. As its own unique blockchain network, HUSH acts as not only a store of value but a medium of exchange for using the secure messaging platform. This “messaging” function is also the mechanism for sending and receiving transactions.

Built within Hush is HushList, a customized secure protocol and private messenger which allows you a contact list of infinite receivers. HushList receivers must always be zaddrs (therefore anonymous). The user can opt to send from a taddr pseudonymous address. Your Hush contacts are stored locally on your computer, and messages, aka HushList memos, are stored in the blockchain, encrypted so that only the receiver’s private key can decrypt it. With HushList, financial transactions are messages under a pseudonym “user” name or undisclosed anonymous participant. Text and binary documents can be appended to these messages which facilitates a censorship-resistant storage unit of information.

Using the ZCash protocol, transactions can be shielded or made transparent. The key differentiators are how Hush hides all the metadata and interoperates with forks.

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