Denarius, ancient money for a new world. Denarius, is a cryptocurrency based off the Bitcoin (Satoshi) Core code, with a Proof of Work and Proof of Stake hybrid consensus, including a new Proof of Work cryptographic hashing algorithm called “Tribus”.

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About Denarius

What is Denarius?

Denarius is a new cryptocurrency based off the original Bitcoin Core by Satoshi Nakamoto. Denarius features many changes, such as Stealth Addresses, Encrypted Messaging, Tribus a new PoW hashing algorithm that is ASIC resistant, and a max of 10,000,000 DNR to be created during the hybrid PoW/PoS lifecycle of 3 years, which then transitions to Proof of Stake entirely after the first 3 years.

About Denarius

Why Denarius?

I gained inspiration for the name Denarius after the Roman currency system. The dēnārius ( pronunciation: /deː.ˈnaː.rɪ.ʊs/) ; plural: dēnāriī (pronunciation: /deː.ˈnaː.rɪ.iː/) was a small silver coin first minted around 211 BC during the Second Punic War. It became the most common coin produced during ancient roman times for circulation in the general public.
About Denarius


Tribus (latin for three). Is the Proof of Work hashing algorithm used in Denarius. Denarius is the first cryptocurrency to feature this new algorithm. Tribus consists of three of the most popular and secure cryptography algorithms that were featured in the NIST5: JH, Keccak, and Echo.

Denarius Features


Denarius is a secure and stable Cryptocurrency based off the original Bitcoin Core by Satoshi Nakamoto. Allowing ease of integration with existing open source technologies.


Denarius is a blazing fast cryptocurrency built for the modern world, with 30 second block times and 10 confirmations. Transactions only take ~ 5 minutes to fully confirm in the network.


Denarius utilizes the Proof of Work and Proof of Stake consensus methods to secure and process the network. Tribus is the hashing algorithm used for PoW that is ASIC resistant.

Stealth Addresses

Easily send DNR via stealth addresses for private and secure transactions.

Encrypted Messaging

You can send and receive encrypted messages via the Denarius network to and from public or stealth addresses.

Multi-Signature Addresses & Transactions

Denarius now supports Multisig! Multisignature addresses require another user or users to sign a transaction before it can be broadcast onto the blockchain. Multisignature in Denarius allows the creation of “2-of-3” escrow services.

Denarius Wallets

During the pure proof of stake phase or even the hybrid phase, staking coins, after being matured for at least 8 hours, will potentially reward you with a PoS block reward usually being equal to at least the transaction fees collected from the memory pool.
The Stealth function is a new type of Denarius address that allowers payees to publish a single, fixed, address that payors can send Denarius efficiently, privately, reliably and non-interactively.
Denarius contains market information directly inside the wallet UI, providing holders with a real-time overview of the value of their holding. Multiple currency conversions are supported.
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