Pirate (ARRR) is a real privacy coin that takes financial privacy very serious
Pirate (ARRR) is a 100% private send cryptocurrency. Pirate uses a privacy protocol that cannot be compromised by other users activity on the network.
Most privacy coins are riddled with holes created by optional privacy. Pirate uses ZK-Snarks to shield 100% of the peer to peer transactions on the blockchain making for highly anonymous and private transactions.
Pirate could be considered the most private and the most secure cryptocurrency to date.
The developers who created zcash, which pirate is based on, believe the best use of the protocol is a chain that requires private sends only.
Komodo's delayed Proof of Work (dPoW) protects Pirate's blockchain from damage against double spends and 51% attacks by attaching a backup of the ARRR chain to the Bitcoin Blockchain.
In order to 51% attack Pirate, you would have to first 51% attack Bitcoin. This makes security against double spends and hostile takeovers nearly impossible if not impossible altogether.
- Independent assetchain launched on Komodo secured by dPoW
- Private send transactions only. No Public sends make it the largest shielded funds pool of any project using ZK-snarks.
- TOR network supported.
- Fundamentals complete. Main net launch was August 30, 2018.
- Sapling upgrade planned for Q1 2019 to provide lite wallets, mobile wallets and Point of Sale functionality.
Ways to contribute
- Join the Komodo discord and the pirate specific channels. The team is always happy to discuss current ongoings and support your ideas to help the project.
- Help find ways for adoption by adding PIRATE to your service or website. Contact us in Discord or via email - [email protected]
- Spread the word about Pirate (ARRR) by using social media to discuss this project and other projects like it. Link your threads to discord to get support and information from fellow pirates.
- Contact us in Discord regarding any third party development ideas you have. Being fully decentralized, Pirate is happy to support your project if it falls within the the pirate code.