EUNO is a currency based on privacy of the end user. It is a currency that has Proof of Stake (POS) as well as Proof of Work (POW). EUNO has a relatively low max supply and an extremely fast transaction time. Using the privacy aspect of the coin to make transactions(Darksend), users can anonymously send EUNO without any tracing of the sender. Darksend transactions are facilitated by the EUNO Masternodes. EUNO Masternodes help with the network as well as create a means to receive new EUNO.
Instant payments and quick confirmation. Much faster than any other cryptocurrency. Your payments will be processed anywhere in the world at any time, as quickly as possible. The speed of payment, which is the distinctive advantage of a EUNO. All transactions are stored in a unit of cost and can be accessed by any user at any time.
DARK SEND (PRIVATE TRANSACTION)
DarkSend is a novel, decentralized mixer for creating an on-demand system of removing the history from coins on the network. When a user, let’s call him Tim, sends EUNO through DarkSend to another user, let’s call her Sandy, he must send 10 EUNO, even if that amount is larger than what he would like to pay her. DarkSend then puts his coins in a pool, pauses until two additional users initiate transactions. These new users will add their own 10 EUNO to the pool, and DarkSend blends the 30 coins into a random assortment. If we assume that Tim wanted to send Sandy 8 EUNO, then at this point 8 EUNO would be deposited into Sandy’s wallet, but those 8 coins would be a mix of coins from all 3 users that had initiated transactions. Tim’s remaining 2 coins are placed into a Random Pool Address (RPA) which was created during the transaction. This RPA is not tied to any user, thus it is impossible to connect to a specific user, but Tim can access it.
These are nodes that receive rewards based upon their availability and their ability to offer network services in a decentralised manner. How will EUNO’s masternodes be paid? The rest of the improvements of DarkSend involve the payments to the masternodes. This is under-the-hood improvements which change the voting system and rejection system so that the miners, who have proven to be unreliable team players, will no longer be in charge of voting for which masternode gets paid, and when they refuse to pay the masternode, their block is rejected. This is proving in tests to solve the forking issues previously experienced by the network when the network tried to upgrade to pay masternodes for their work.