Cryptocurrencies are complicated, and NavCoin’s community roadmap is aimed at changing that. As a community, we are laying the foundation for NavCoin to be an industry-leading cryptocurrency by building better money.
Once both phases of the ZeroCT implementation have been completed the new privacy protocol will go into an extensive testing and peer review period.
Improving the graphical interface for the cold staking address creation wizard and the display of staking rewards and balances in both spending and staking wallets.More Information
Adding Confidential Transactions with Bulletproofs to conceal the transaction amounts on the blockhain. This implementation removes the requirement for denomination based accumulators.
This is the first Phase of implementing ZeroCT and contains the Zerocoin accumulator implementation. It uses denominated accumulators and Confidential Transactions are not yet implemented.More Information
The features to be included in NavCoin Core v4.5.2 are currently being merged and tested in preparation for release.More Information
Improving the graphical interface to make it even easier to create, browse and vote on Community Fund proposals and payment requests.More Information
As a replacement for the secondary ‘NavTech’ blockchain, a new privacy solution is being developed to work at the protocol level called ZeroCT.More Information
Modifying the block reward from percentage based to static in an effort to increase network security and align NavCoin with the PoSv3 specification.More Information
Allowing for NAV, which are stored offline, to sign staking inputs that greatly increase the security of funds used for staking.More Information
OpenAlias is an open standard that allows users to transform a lengthy alphanumeric wallet address into a form that’s much easier to read, write, and remember.More Information
NavCoin’s Community Fund enables anyone to get paid by the network for their contributions to the NavCoin ecosystem. Projects are funded and approved by the decentralized network with no central authority.More Information
The NavCoin network voted to reduce the staking reward to 4% and include 0.25 NAV per block for the Community Fund. This consensus change was activated on the 3rd of July 2018 and the Community Fund has been steadily accumulating since.More Information
NavCoin Core now makes it mandatory to clock sync against an NTP server on launch. This was introduced to prevent stakers creating blocks with incorrect timestamps which was causing block spacing issues for the network.More Information
Modifying the community fund contribution from 0.25 NAV to 0.5 NAV to retain the 80:20 ratio when static block rewards are activated.More Information
After rebasing to Bitcoin 0.13, the NavCoin network voted on implementing SegWit transactions. The vote succeeded and SegWit was activated on 25 December 2017 and SegWit transactions can now take place on the network.More Information
NavCoin Core was upgraded to align with the Bitcoin 0.13 source code to increase NavCoin’s stability, functionality and the ability to integrate with other software including the Insight API.More Information
After rebasing the NavCoin protocol in 2016, BIP32 was implemented in NavCoin Core. Addresses are now generated deterministically from a master private key, removing the requirement to frequently back up your wallet.More Information
NavCoin’s blockchain was reset in May 2016 as part of a rebase to an updated blockchain format. This is why although NavCoin has been around since 2014, the genisis block of our current blockchain was mined in 2016.More Information
The NavCoin mainnet was launched in July 2014. NavCoin launched as a community driven project with no ICO or pre-mine. The community’s focus was on creating a privacy centric, proof of stake cryptocurrency which was fast, cheap and secure.More Information
The Core Roadmap only showcases protocol related projects which are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the NavCoin eco-system. To check out what has been or is being built ontop of the NavCoin protocol, head on over to NavHub and check out the community projects and roadmap there.Go to NavHub