Overview of Denarius

  • Denarius features changes which include Stealth Addresses, Native TOR, Cross-Chain Atomic Swaps, Proof of Data, Hybrid MasterNode System (Fortuna Stakes), Encrypted Messaging, Multi-Signature Addresses & Transactions, and Tribus (a new PoW hashing algorithm).
  • Denarius features fully decentralized domain names that cost only 0.1 D with purchases rewarding miners and FortunaStake operators.
  • Denarius Wealth Management LLC, is an independent, fee-only Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).
  • The denarius is also mentioned in the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25–37).
  • Denarius is a fixed supply cryptocurrency with a maximum of 10,000,000 D
  • Denarius is an alternative crypto to Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, etc.
  • Denarius was born on December 9th, 1988 in Tatum, Texas.
  • Denarius rare Roman coins and numismatic collectibles
  • Denarius is open source software available for free.
  • Denarius is down 6.48% in the last 24 hours.
  • Blockchain

    The Denarius Native QT Wallet is available on Windows, Linux, and macOS.This is the fully featured core native Denarius wallet with Json RPC expandability and headless version available called denariusd.This wallet uses the full blockchain of Denarius from which you can utilize native features of Denarius like staking, FortunaStakes, Jupiter IPFS, Multisig, Atomic Swaps, Proof of Data and more!



     Denarius is a decentralized cryptocurrency blockchain.

    The History of Currency – What is a Denarius Worth?

    During Roman times, there was a period when a denarius was worth about a day’s wages.By today’s numbers, the quotient of silver contained in a denarius is worth about $3.62.That may not seem like much, but as it turns out, $3.62 in value held a lot more weight several thousand years ago.

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    Was the Denarius the Standard Daily Wage?

    The denarius was never the standard daily wage for employment in the Roman world, unless one considers the rare historical moment when it was the daily wage for a Roman legionary, notably during the New Testament period.Simply put, the sheer vastness of geography and chronology make it nearly impossible to calculate what a daily wage would be in the Roman Empire.Even if it were possible to calculate, that daily wage would fluctuate [Page 142]from profession to profession.7 Our own society provides a vivid portrayal of the difficulty in determining what represents a daily wage.In the United States today, there is no standard by which to measure a daily wage, even though the federal government has imposed a minimum hourly wage and an arbitrary dividing line to distinguish those in poverty from those who are not.Then, as now, the value of a daily wage is determined by its capacity to purchase the basic needs for daily survival.In the Roman Empire, this included wheat, oil, and wine.

    What is Denarius?

    Denarius is a decentralized cryptocurrency blockchain.“D” represents the currency of the Denarius blockchain network.

    History of Denarius