A Zano specific ProgPoW implementation with adjusted polymorphic mathematical operations indexes. More details and motivation in the blog post.
Adding the contact list and marketplace offers to the wallet application.
A light version of the Zano wallet app that doesn’t require blockchain data to be stored on a local hard drive.
A Decentralized Anonymous Marketplace built on top of the Zano blockchain.
Native iOS & Android wallet apps.
Short non-interactive, zero-knowledge proofs that require no trusted setup. Bulletproofs will enable efficient, confidential transactions, reducing transaction size and increasing speed.
A wallet mode designed for transparency (regulation, shared funds), the Zano wallet will be able to operate in either mode.
An alias-based voting system for Zano holders that would allow them to participate in community fund management (unswapped coins).
An alias-based messenger, powered by the Zano blockchain offering a safe, secure, and anonymous way to communicate for Zano users and merchants.
A simple and secure way to covert Zano to another cryptocurrency. This is a way around without going through a third-party service like a crypto exchange.
Sharding is a method of partitioning, spreading out the computational and storage workload across a network so that each node isn't responsible for processing the entire network's transactional load. Instead, each node only maintains information related to its partition or shard.
Prebuilt plugins for ecommerce engines, Purchase button APIs, and documentation making Zano easy to deploy and use across mainstream ecommerce platforms.