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Masari (MSR)


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0.00000015 BTC

0.19 Mh/s




0.00012 BTC

0.63 MSR

Last reward



Current Diff
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Masari Rewards MSR 18.2 18.4 20.8 145 623
Revenue BTC 0.0000027 0.0000028 0.0000031 0.000022 0.000094
Revenue USD $0.19 $0.19 $0.21 $1.49 $6.37
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Masari MSR Blocks 28 29 32 230 987
Rewards MSR 17.7 18.3 20.2 145 623
Revenue USD $0.18 $0.19 $0.21 $1.48 $6.36
Masari mining pools
Pool Name Merged Fee % Min Pay Miners Mh/s Status 0.8 0.5 0 0 10 min ago 0 9 2 0.012 3 min ago
Hashvault pplns 0.9 0.1 8 0.021 1 min ago
Monero Ocean pplns 0 0.003XMR 7 0.024 1 min ago 0.005 60 0.088 10 min ago
Exchange Pair 24h MSR 24h USD Last check
TradeOgre TradeOgre MSR/BTC 774 $8.02 13 hour ago


Masari (MSR) is a scalability-focused, untraceable, secure, and fungible cryptocurrency using the RingCT protocol. By using the RingCT protocol, Masari is able to ensure that all transactions are untraceable, unlinkable, and that amounts transferred are hidden from the public. All of the privacy features in Masari resolve into true fungibility, which makes its digital currency equivalent to cash or gold, where no transaction can be discriminated against another.

AnnouncedJul 2017
Forked from XMR
Hashing algoCN Fast2
Block time60 sec
Decimal places12
Last reward0.63
Current height3,127,258
Historical dataJSON
CN08. Feb 2018
CN Fast02. May 2018
CN Fast227. Jan 2019
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Ticker: MSR
PoW algorithm: CryptoNight Fast
Max supply: ~18.5 million (with tail emission)
Block reward: Smoothly varying recurrence relation starting at around 35 MSR per block, block_reward(block_height) = (2^64 - 1 - total_supply(block_height - 1)) * 2 ^ -19 * 10 ^ -12
Block time: 120 seconds
Difficulty: Re-targets at every block
Genesis block:  Saturday, 2 September 2017 21:20:46 UTC


Masari (MSR / XMS) is a scalability-focused, untraceable, secure, and fungible cryptocurrency using the RingCT protocol.

Scalable: Scalability initiatives include the SECOR and Blocktree protocols
Community Developed: Developed and funded by community volunteers
Simple: Cross-platform supported and easy to use


- All startup costs (infrastructure costs, exchange listing fees, etc.) has been paid out of personal funds, with no ICO and no crowd funding.
- There is a 4 day gap between the genesis block and this announcement on Bitcointalk, accounting for less than 1% of the total supply mined during that time period (excluding tail emission). All amounts that were mined during this period by the developer (~0.5%) have have been transferred to the donation wallet as a community development fund (i.e. for developer bounties).
- Significant contributions typically get MSR rewarded (i.e. landing page, Telegram bridge, etc.).

Release Notes

- The fork is based off Monero's latest v0.11.0.0 versioned code, which is set to be the hard fork version for September 2017. This release cleans up and refactors all legacy Cryptonote implementations that are superseded by Monero's RingCT (for example: splitting amounts and dust outputs related code is removed), therefore Masari only uses RCT transactions.
- All core tests have been re-written to support RingCT code coverage.
- RCT outputs are randomized (sorted by amount in original Monero implementation), as well as tx fee sources.
- The default mixin is set to 12, and in contrast to Monero is static and cannot be changed. This is something that the end user does not need to worry about, is relatively inexpensive in storage and computational costs, and a homogeneous mixin increases anonymity of transactions.
- Fluffy blocks are on by default. This has been in Monero's testnet for quite some time, is mature, and is now optional in the latest release.
- New WHM difficulty algorithm implemented to solve flash mining issues stemming from high hashrate volatility.

WWHM Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm

Abstract: This paper details the cryptocurrency Masari's implementation and transition to a Weighted-Weighted Harmonic Mean difficulty adjustment algorithm in order to smoothly adjust its difficulty target so that the chain maintains a steady two-minute block time. The original idea for this algorithm comes from Tom Harold and was modified by Scott Roberts. The original C++ implementation was done by Thaer Khawaja of the Masari Core Team. This implementation has since been adopted by several other cryptocurrency projects, and has paved the way for other difficulty adjustment algorithms such as LWMA.

Simple Extended Consensus Resolution: Uncle Mining On The Blockchain

Abstract: Since Bitcoin's inception and introduction of cryptocurrency, alternative iterations of permissionless decentralized peer-to-peer electronic cash have been developed. However, most of these systems have the same blockchain properties that subsequently retain similar on-chain scalability limitations to Bitcoin. With the introduction of the SECOR protocol, we propose a simple version of Uncle Mining, serving the purpose of faster block emission rates while further securing the network by rewarding miners for otherwise-orphaned blocks, solving in part some of the inherent scalability limitations of blockchain technology. These added properties are achieved by introducing block weight and differentiating it from block difficulty in a hash-based proof-of-work (PoW) system that achieves consensus via the heaviest chain in the network.

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