Hush is an implementation of the Zerocash protocol, offering a high standard of privacy preserving confidentiality of transaction metadata.
Hush Messenger and HushList are state of the art private communications leveraging zkSNARKS technology.
A Counterparty Port to Hush enables public and private asset issuance. Ethereum developers will be able to easily author smart contracts on Hush.
Hush is consistently among the Top 10 equihash coins to mine.Find pools or read through our mining setup guide.More on Mining
Our dev team is releasing bleeding-edge technology on a regular, consistent schedule making Hush one of the most talked about "coins to watch".Web Wallet!
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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!
All-in-one, Hush Next-Generation is a highspeed messaging, transaction, and asset platform for the blockchain.
Leveraging a zkSnarks core, HushNG enables rapid messaging, transacting and issuance for private or public addresses, on all platforms.
In full development and coming soon.HushNG Specs
Hushlist is a program which allows communicating via the cryptocurrency Hush. You can send messages to around 50 people simultaneously, allowing for encrypted mailing-list style messaging.
Using the zCash protocol, it allows transactions involving shielded addresses in addition to normal transparent Bitcoin addresses. This allows transactions without disclosing sender, receiver, message (or even that a message existed), or financial transaction amount.Whitepaper
Hush is an open source project to its strength, and is motivated solely by the interests and activities of the community at large. It is one of the first coins to be traded on BarterDex and strongly supports decentralized exchanges.
BarterDEX is a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange (1) developed by Komodo, which supports HUSH and many other currencies. It allows you to exchange one cryptocurrency for another, just as you would exchange paper money in a currency exchange in an airport. It does this using a technology called Atomic Swaps. Atomic Swaps allow buyers and sellers to perform exchanges peer to peer (P2P) rather than through a centralized exchange. In the most simple terms, it acts as a sort of escrow.Get Started
Tamsin's most recent professional focus has been on enterprise-level computer networking as a former Network Engineer at F5 Networks. Her work troubleshooting encryption issues as well as exposure to cutting-edge networking technology dovetails naturally into an intrigue with cryptocurrency, and her experience translating dev jargon to management-speak has honed her ability to explain very technical content to non-technical audiences.
FireMartZ has a strong background in business management and more than 15 years of experience in scientific software engineering and development in areas such as augmented reality, virtual reality, interactive rendering and image processing. He loves to solve technical challenges to deliver in a timely fashion high quality products solving real problems and meeting users expectations. He decided to join Hush because he believes security and privacy should be the top priority in the decentralized world we are building today.
Bruxis has lead and developed projects in a variety of industries including games, video streaming, and IoT. Like many of us, his interest in crypto stems from a love of cyberpunk and a desire to see a major shift in how we represent value and exchange it. He's chosen to join Hush because he strongly believes that privacy is extremely important and it should be a deliberate choice to reveal one's information.
Rjanetzek has been a professional software developer for more than 15 years, providing software solutions for public administration and industry. In the last few years he focussed on the development of geographic information systems. He joined the Hush team because he strongly believes that privacy matters even if you have nothing to hide (yet).