Fairly distributed & Decentralized nature of cryptocurrency


Masternodes are computers that run a Solaris wallet and make decisions, such as locking transactions with SwiftTX, coordinate obfuscation of coins, and voting on budget funding. Masternodes are required to have 1000 XLR collateral and be able to run 24 hours a day without a more than a 1 hr connection loss


60 seconds as block time is already very fast. In spite of that solaris users may use SwiftTX to make transactions instantaneous thus enabling the sending coins with ZERO confirmation wait time required.


To promote an even ratio between staking nodes and masternodes in the network. The Solaris use a variable Seesaw Reward Balance System that dynamically adjusts its block reward size between masternodes and staking nodes. The seesaw rewards was originally developed by PIVX team.


Already extremely secure and private, with an optional feature to completely anonymize transactions. Solaris is aiming at establishing one of the first truly anonymous crypto-currency. Soon, we will be using Zerocoin Protocol as our Full-time Transaction Protocol.


Built on Bitcoin Core 0.10.x. with some v0.13.2 updates and Dash core v0.12.1 BIP38 Encryption/Decryption of Private Keys.


SolarisCoin uses XEVAN as mining and spork algorithm. This algorithm was originally found by Bitsend (BSD) and has proven to protect against ASIC mining hardware.


Solaris XLR

Algorithm: XEVAN

Block time: 60 seconds

Difficulty adjustment: each block (Dark Gravity Wave v3)

PoW: ends on block 259200 / 180 days

PoS: starting from block 259201

Masternodes: 1000 XLR collateral

Darksend: TX Obfuscation

InstantX: SwiftTX

RPC port: 61020

P2P port: 60020


On Saturday 07 October at 14:00 UTC the new Solaris network was launched . We started to swap Solaris ( 1:1 ) through our swap system :


To ensure the smooth swap old coins you have you 60 days for swap ( until 06.12.2017 ) through our swap system . By the swapping time ( until 06 December) Solaris with Nist5 will be still mineable, this mean old network will be working to support swapping. After 06 December will not be possible anymore to swap Solaris with Nist5 algorithm to Solaris with Xevan algorithm.

The brand new XEVAN algorithm replaced our older NIST5 algorithm. XEVAN was found by the Bitsend developer and has since then proven to be a stable, ASIC resistant and efficient algorithm.The Xevan hash algorithm is an unique combination from the dual X17 difficulty algorithm with an extension to 128 bits.

The new algorithm should give even more equality for CPU and GPU miners. GPU miners have less advantage making mining more energy efficient. ASIC hardware is unavailable and very hard to design due to the nature of the XEVAN algorithm.

Solaris miners can continue mining NIST5 coins until the end of the swapping period (06.12.2017).During the swapping period we will have two chain ( Nist5 and Xevan ) running in parallel .

Resources for Solaris with Algorithm Xevan

Resources for Solaris with Algorithm Nist5


Solaris Xevan algorithm pools

Solaris Nist 5 algorithm pools