Dynamic and history value of price DERO. Maximal value of price dero was 1.053$ - 2020-12-20 23:00:10, Minimal price of DERO was 0.3924$ value and fixed at 2020-11-17 04:00:07. Today price of dero is : 0$
Dero is the first cryptographic project that combines a Proof of Work block chain with a DAG block structure and totally anonymous transactions. The fully distributed ledger processes transactions with an average lock time of twelve seconds and is safe against major hashrate attacks. Dero will be the first CryptoNote blockchain to have smart contracts in its native chain with no additional layers or secondary block chains. The Dero project wrote a unique new blockchain technology based on the DAG and CryptoNote protocol with double expense protection. DERO is a new experimental blockchain technology written in Golang with a focus on privacy and improved smart contracts, while maintaining the transparency and security of the blockchain. The goal is to create cutting-edge blockchain technology with improved reliability, privacy, security, usability and portability by bringing together some of the best proven technologies such as the CryptoNote protocol and smart contracts, which allows the creation of smart private contracts. Blockchain is an open and distributed accounting book capable of recording transactions between two parties in an efficient and verifiable and permanent way. The CryptoNote protocol uses a distributed public book that records all the balances and transactions of its embedded currency as Bitcoin. Unlike Bitcoin, CryptoNote transactions cannot be monitored through the blockchain in a way that reveals who sent or received coins. The only people who have access to the entire data set on a transaction are the sender or recipient of the transaction. A smart contract is a protocol designed to facilitate, verify and enforce the negotiation or execution of a digital contract. Smart contracts allow direct contract execution without a third party. These transactions are traceable and irreversible. Smart contracts were proposed by Nick Szabo in 1994.