The Navajo people make up the largest federally recognized tribe in the united states. The Navajo Nation extends into the states of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico, covering over 27,000 square miles of unparalleled remote beauty.
It only makes sense that a cryptocurrency would be born that embodies this rich heritage. The Navajo Coin community is determined to bring freedom and anonymity to the forefront as their namesake did nearly a century ago. The developers explain:
Navajo Coin is named after the great Navajo code talkers in recognition of their efforts and contributions to encryption as well as the sacrifices made by the Navajo heroes in World War II with the unbreakable Navajo code that was used to encrypt highly classified military information and decrypt the same.
During World War II the Navajo Code Talkers made it possible for the US military to transmit messages to its troops in the field. At Iwo Jima, Major Howard Connor, 5th Marine Division signal officer, declared, “Were it not for the Navajos, the Marines would never have taken Iwo Jima.”
The Navajo Coin website continues:
Today our enemy is the prying eyes and ears of “Big Brother” as well as those of overly curious brothers and sisters. Our mission is to have the Navajo Double Encryption anonymous system lead us to victory and give us our right of privacy!
Summer Road Map
The four Navajo Coin developers have just released a Summer Road Map that details a host of new features coming this summer.
The upgrades include a new web wallet, mobile wallet, decentralization of anonymous feature, an official multi-pool, a new forum, and much more.
The next big step in improving the NAV Anonymous System is decentralizing the innovative technology. In late June, anonymous nodes will be rolled out allowing anyone with a webserver to install software and process anonymous transactions for the network.
|Algorithm||X13 PoW/PoS (PoW ended, now PoS)|
|Block Time||30 seconds|
In addition, the Navajo community is knowledgeable, loyal, and well-versed in the qualities needed to bring about success, making this a crypto of intrigue and interest.
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