SteakBankFinance, Burn1, Baby Shark, The Chad Project and more +100
SteakBank is a multi-asset staking platform that allows users to participate in verifying a chain while also releasing the value that has been trapped in it. This is accomplished by issuing a BEP20 liquid derivative token on the Binance Smart Chain that represents the staked token's value.
The main feature allows users can use these liquid tokens to engage in liquidity pools or generate interest in the lending/borrowing markets to receive additional returns percent.
Liquify them and store them in Farms and Vaults.
Distinct assets will have different attributes that assist the stakers of different chains in addition to maximizing yields.
Burn1 is a community-driven charity token that gives the community complete control through transparency and voting. We believe that something needs to be done on a broader scale now that marijuana has been legalized and many people are still facing life in prison for marijuana-related offences.
They will build a community and use this token to fundraise and donate to a specific not-for-profit organization that gives legal counsel and support to those wrongly imprisoned for marijuana crimes.
Our initial circulating supply is 1 Quadrillion tokens. Each transaction is taxed at 10% as follows:
5% Given back to community holders – We believe this project will be a long term project that is why we want to reward anyone who stays for the ride with us.
2% Sent straight to liquidity - With guaranteed liquidity it will make the coin easier to trade.
1% Burned away forever - Once again if you’re here for the ride we want your coins to become more valuable to you, by decreasing the supply over time this is how we can accomplish that.
1.5% Sent to Burn1 wallet for marketing. Burn1 is different from other in tokens in that it has a considerable portion of transaction fees going towards marketing.
4% Sent to a Burn1 wallet for charity donations. Being able to dedicate a considerable amount of our trading volume towards real, impactful charities is what will help us to make a significant difference.*
.1% sent to Burn1 wallet to ensure the long-term survival of Burn1 by covering the costs of ongoing staffing, development projects associated with Burn1 and importantly, our upcoming pride-and-joy, the Burn1 NFT Marketplace.
Each milestone we reach will also “Burn1” percent of the supply. - 420 Trillion tokens burned after first successful 24 hours after launch. - 1% burned for every 1 thousand holders!
BabyShark is an autonomous DeFi token technology that is audited and safe, and is meant to directly reward holders while continuously extending the liquidity pool.
BabyShark, made famous by the SAFEMOONTM token, compensates investors simply for holding the token through a reward system known as ‘reflection,' and these incentives compound over time, so the longer you hold, the higher your benefits become. As the token's popularity grows, so does the volume of transactions and, as a result, the incentive yield. Unlike some other tokens, you don't have to stake or delegate your token to a pool, which makes things easier for the user and the community as a whole. Simply keep the token in your favorite wallet and see your balance grow continuously, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
With very broad permissions, the centralized crypto exchange acts as a broker, exchange, and bank, resulting in the platform's nefarious activity, such as price rises and the trade of counterfeit tokens. To address these issues, Uniswap, a decentralized trading platform, began to address the issues of opaque capital, algorithm, and data.
YFX is a decentralized trading platform for everlasting contracts that is transparent and decentralized. Smart contracts host all of the funds. All smart contract codes are open source and have been verified by expert bodies. In a smart contract, users have complete control over their cash.
QIC-AMM (Quoted Price index and Constant Integral Based Automated Market Maker) is the dynamic depth financial derivatives trading protocol based on quoted price index and constant integral.
The centralized pricing index is used to quote the QIC-AMM Protocol. Traders deal directly with the AMM at the advertised price. There is no impermanent loss in the LP pool, and there is a functional link between the trading depth and the available balance of the LP pool.
The market maker pool trading mechanics are used by YFX. The market maker pool will be used by traders. Each trading pair is assigned to a market maker pool, and the traders' profits or losses are remitted directly to the market maker pool. The market maker just needs to stake a single type of token to engage in market making, and if the net value at the time of redemption is higher than the net value at the time of subscription, a profit can be realized.
YFX will allow USDT margined swap, coin margined swap, and mixed swap transactions at the same time.
On the BSC network, Chad Token ($CHAD) is the finest goddamn deflationary meme token. Every investor, whether too proud to acknowledge it or not, wants CHAD, and every other token wants to be CHAD. CHAD begs to be kept in wallets.
CHAD is first and foremost an asset and a source of value, similar to Bitcoin, the granddaddy of all crypto, who brought us to our first strip club and taught us how to drink. Like an insecure young virgin simping after a gorgeous lady who friend zoned him, a token doesn't need to construct absurd use cases to justify its existence.
Because people seek CHAD, it has value. There's no way around it.
There will be no fake plans for meaningless "use-cases" and vaporware, no promising a lot and delivering little, and no promising a lot and delivering little. A token that serves as a store of value based on demand, with emotive value and passion produced by a strong community bound by memes and ideology. This isn't another charity token or a startup attempting to imitate ChainLink. Rising demand as a store of value based on self-identification with the cause, viral memes, and Lamborghini Urus giveaways starting at a market cap of $250 million are the sole guarantees.
CORGI is a community-based decentralized cryptocurrency based on the Ethereum blockchain. We are here for individuals who missed the rocket ship because of the current surge noticed in dog tokens. Corgi has a total quantity of 10 trillion tokens, making it substantially less valuable than Shiba INU in terms of market capitalization.
They gave Uniswap 50 percent of the whole supply and tossed away the keys! Then they'll send 40% of the supply to Vitalik Buterin, effectively burning that amount. The remaining 10% will be given to wallets that provide liquidity to the Uniswap CORGI/ETH pool. Through the use of a smart contract-based lottery, this will happen at specified periods of time.
The lottery will be spread out across several years, giving many liquidity providers the chance to win CORGI. The first and largest drawing will take place within the first 90 days of the tokens being listed. This is to promote early liquidity providers even more.
CORGI is a community-driven organization. As a result, the success of the token is highly dependent on the community's capacity to spread the news about Corgi INU. They aim to provide supporters with the opportunity to generate generational wealth, giving the 99 percent a piece of the pie.
By providing a DApp that automates token exchanges, Corgi swap seeks to make trading ERC20 tokens easier! The expertise level necessary to acquire tokens on Uniswap, we believe, is one of the primary factors holding back comparable platforms. We want it to be so simple that even your dog can do it!
Elephant Money is a DeFi (Decentralized Finance) protocol on the Binance Smart Chain whose core offering are multiple single-asset staking pools, where players are able to deposit core supported BEP-20 token assets and earn passive rewards-based 100% on community activity. APY’s reflected are estimates of both rewards received from the instant and drip dividend pools, and will fluctuate overtime depending on network activity
On the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), the Elephant.Money Network's store of value token (BEP-20) captures value by having the most equitable distribution, an auto-balancing burn mechanism, and offering a lifetime of frictionless, passive rewards. Every transaction (buy, sell, and transfer) carries a 10% fee; 5% is dispersed evenly to all current token holders, and 5% is added to frozen liquidity. ELEPHANT HODLERS will get passive benefits just by keeping the token in their wallet.
The initial quantity of ELEPHANT tokens will be one quadrillion, and distribution will be as follows: During the liquidity drive event, 49 percent was delivered to the cemetery (burn address with auto-balancing burn mechanism), 1% to marketing/development, 25% to contract owned locked liquidity, and 25% to community participants.
When compared to other reflect token platforms, ELEPHANT has a unique characteristic in that it sets up its burn address as another token holder, which gradually becomes larger and larger over time. While this may appear to be a smart idea in principle, the final result is that the burn address consumes all of the token holders' benefits. The cemetery, on the other hand, is a smart contract in ELEPHANT that rebalances its supply ownership to 50% every day (if deemed necessary). This keeps holders from becoming diluted over time, increases incentives, and encourages long-term planning!
Atlantic Finance is a collection of Ethereum-based protocols that allow users to maximize their revenues on crypto assets by using loan and trading services. ATFI is the Atlantic Finance protocol's native coin. It's a governance token that lets users vote on which direction the protocol should go.
Decentralized finance (also known as "DeFi") is a financial alternative provided by a number of bitcoin platforms. Investors can use liquidity pools without the need of third-party lending institutions. The DeFi business may modify, change, and perhaps replace the necessity for traditional legal recovery methods like loan and security packages in the coming years. Satoshi Nakamoto created the first widespread cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, in 2008, and it was meant to be transmitted between users on a peer-to-peer network.
To replace the present financial system, a new payment mechanism based on cryptographic evidence rather than faith is required. Sellers would be protected from fraud by transactions that are computationally hard to reverse, while purchasers would be protected by standard escrow procedures. Since its inception, BTC has grown into a type of 'digital gold,' with investors viewing it as an inherent store of value.
We are developing a world-class blockchain ecosystem. We're concentrating on creating and implementing a community-driven approach to build and strengthen our local economy. We'll serve as a link between start-ups and the global blockchain community. Individuals and corporations are encouraged to be more productive and responsive to societal requirements. With the acceptance and application of decentralized finance and blockchain technology, we better our planet and everyone's life.
Total Supply: 50,000,000 yBear
Farming & Staking pool: 5,000,000
Decentralized finance (also known as DeFi) is a network of financial apps based on blockchain networks that is not centralized. Decentralized finance is a non-centralized, open-source, transparent, and permissionless financial service ecosystem.
Individuals, entrepreneurs, and institutions are now aligning with DeFi because it introduces decentralized exchanges to address the financial ecosystem's shortcomings caused by the conventional centralized financial system. Decentralized finance provides token holders complete ownership and responsibility over their digital assets, as well as the ability to engage with the ecosystem via peer-to-peer (P2P) decentralized networks.
The DeFi industry is now seeing a massive boom. As of October 2020, the DeFi ecosystem has a total value of $24.45 billion in cryptocurrency assets. This is a 240 percent increase above the initial estimates from June 2020. Despite its rapid expansion in a short period of time, the DeFi ecosystem is still relatively new and has a lot of potential. Yield Bear Finance will create and promote fantastic services that will benefit all investors after identifying the market's potential and prospects.
With a 24-hour trading volume of $168,052 USD, the current Aquari price is $0.000104 USD. In the previous 24 hours, Aquari has lost 33.82 percent of its value. With a live market cap of not available, the current CoinMarketCap ranking is #3233. There is no circulating supply and a maximum supply of 100,000,000,000 AQUARI coins.
Aquari is a community-governed cryptocurrency founded in 2021 with the mission of healing all contaminated bodies of water on the planet. The smart contract developed by Aquari was created to assure the project's long-term viability while remaining profitable for investors. A portion of the coin's transaction fees is used to fund the purchase of equipment and the hire of professionals and laborers devoted to the cause of repairing Earth's bodies of water.
Aquari will soon include a voting mechanism that will allow token holders to vote and have a say in how donations from the donation wallet are utilized to plan and manage ocean cleaning missions.
Aquari became live on the mainnet on April 30, 2020, with a total supply of 100 billion tokens. Several mathematical models were created to simulate the greatest potential outcome for investors and the organization's services. The community was asked to vote on the best combinations. The community chose the following models out of the more than fifteen that were created:
*10% transaction taxes *4% taxed coin burn *3% token redistribution among holders *3% contribution wallet distribution to fund the Aquari Non-Profit
The currencies in the liquidity pool are stored in a time-locked wallet, rendering them untradable. A portion of the initial supply is given to the developer wallet, which receives 4% of the total supply. Developer wallet money are used to finance marketing, influencer payments, additional listing costs, additional liquidity assistance if the liquidity pool is insufficient, and legal help during the formation of the Aquari Foundation.
Ki Chain is a blockchain platform based on the Cosmos Ecosystem (ATOM) established by the Ki Foundation. It seeks to give conventional and crypto investors with a convenient investing and trading platform that will dramatically extend their potential and enable conventional investors with simple engagement with the crypto business.
Klub.ki is a neobank that combines CeFi and DeFi characteristics and functions as a private wealth club (all financial services are provided online only). In other words, users may use Klub.ki to manage both traditional assets such as equities and real estate, as well as crypto assets, all on the same platform. Klub.ki gives easy access to DeFi platforms such as AAVE, Compound, BlockFi, and others for DeFi opportunities.
You won't be able to use Klub.ki's tools simply like that, though. You must be invited by one of the club's current members. This isn't the only stipulation: users must have a particular quantity of XKI tokens in order to enjoy all of Klub.ki's services. For the time being, you can visit Klub.ki and submit a membership request, which will be handled by the Ki foundation.
You must either become a validator or delegate your tokens to one of the validators in order to stake XKI. Delegates begin collecting rewards as soon as the tokens are staked, but there is a 21-day unstake period during which crypto holders are unable to execute token trades. Delegators who no longer get incentives are no longer part of the validation process. You may overcome this problem by changing the validator and continuing to get rewards without a break.
Low Orbit Crypto Cannon (LOCC) is a deflationary defi token created for the community and held by the community, with a fair pre-sale open to everybody.
On the Ethereum blockchain, smart contracts are in charge, which are simple but strong and efficient: Fees are created from each trade, partially burned, and then every 138 ETH blocks, one staking Astronaut is chosen for propulsion. This fortunate Astronaut will receive all of the fees!
When you buy $LOCC on the Uniswap Pair (ETHLOCC) no fees are applied, which mean no burned token or sent to the Low Orbit Propulsor Contract. But on each transfer from $LOCC you then have to pay both fees. If you sell on the pair your $LOCC token then the fees are applied. Therefore empowering the hodl for reaching the orbit and having an incentive for hodling $LOCC.
The total supply of the fixed $LOCC token supply is 1000. As for the circulation supply, a good orbit cannon needs a correct economy: every LOCC token minted (1000) will be in circulation and be completely used in the Presale. - Team wallet dev funds: 50 $LOCC (5%) - Marketing for growth and adoption: 50$ LOCC (5%) - Left treasury funds to be used in the public presale and added over the Uniswap liquidity (locked liquidity 1 year): 900 $LOCC (90%) There is a limit of 500 $LOCC burned to avoid the supply going to zero. This means that the market cap can be multiplied at each transfer and on tokens burned events.
GeroWallet is a next-generation Web3 wallet named after Gerolamo Cardano, an Italian polymath. In addition to the conventional capabilities found in Web3 wallets, GeroWallet allows users to acquire digital assets using fiat currency. Users can also swap, stake, and margin trade synthetic assets with GeroWallet. These features are developed with the user in mind, providing a comprehensive set of options for both novices and seasoned aficionados.
The goal is to provide the ultimate Cardano wallet with interchain and multi chain connectivity, as well as a superior user experience via an intuitive user interface. We envision a wallet that gives people access to Decentralized Finance (DeFi) technology as well as a "swiss army knife" of functions. GeroWallet will rapidly and reliably unlock the power of the Cardano network by interacting with sibling protocols and other decentralized applications.
$GERO total token supply will be 500M. Initial circulating market cap is estimated at $700,000 and $300,000 of value will be locked into liquidity at launch.
FundumCapital is a blockchain-based real estate investment firm. We tokenize real estate properties by establishing a stable coin for each property we offer for investment and paying out the rental income as returns using our FND Token.
What types of properties are available for investment?
They have a wide range of investment properties. The most common types of property are residential, commercial, and hospitality. You will not be a part of the property's ownership. Your investment in the property entitles you to a share of the rental revenue generated by the property. You will get the benefits of the property without the hassles of ownership.
The number of Stable Coins fluctuates according to the property's value. The total quantity of FND Stable Coins is calculated by multiplying the property's value by 100. As the amount is always 100 percent, the percentages used to determine the return on investment per holder are simply determined.
You will receive the proportion of your holdings in rental income if you hold a particular amount of FND Stable Coins. These transactions will be made in our FND Token. The number of FND Tokens you receive is determined by the current value of the Token in relation to the Euro price. Coinmarketcap is a price indicator. Consider the following scenario: The rental income for the first month is €1000, and the FND token is worth €10. 100 FND Tokens will be given to you. The rental revenue is €1000 in the second month, but the value of the FND Tokens has increased to €100; you will receive 10 FND Tokens.
Supply: 100 Quadrillion
Name: PEACOCKCOIN (PEKC)
Blockchain: BSC BEP20
50% burnt at the launch
Current circulated market cap: $8 M
Current holders: 21,000
PEACOCKCOIN is a global NFT platform that is being developed by a community effort led by an international team.
Peacockcoin's main mission is to build the best platform for buying, protecting, and collecting digital collectibles in the globe.
The creation of a digital art market fosters a mutually beneficial interaction between artists, collectors, and art enthusiasts. PEACOCKCOIN's mission is to deliver blockchain technology to millions of individuals in underdeveloped countries while also providing fairness and transparency to internet purchases.
PEACOCKCOIN's aims and goals include:
In May 2021, the first version of the PEACOCKCOIN platform will be released.
The Peacockcoin team aspires to promote talented artists' work and give them global exposure. The main problem is securing employment and avoiding plagiarism on the internet. Artists from Asia, Europe, Africa, and South America make up the group. The implementation of blockchain technology will allow many difficulties in the traditional market to be solved.
EasyFi is a protocol that was created with the aim of addressing some of the inherent issues with gen 1 defi solutions in terms of transaction speed and cost, which are a bottleneck for defi operations at scale.
By interacting with the protocol, users will be able to farm EasyFi's native protocol token "EASY." When users communicate with the platform, they can farm EASY tokens. Farmed tokens are distributed to users on a regular basis based on their participation in the protocol.
Low Cost Transactions
EasyFi is a blockchain-based platform that enables cheaper, quicker, and more effective transactions.
Real World Integrations
EasyFi was created to address real-world credit needs with a sufficient supply of resources. As a result, more robust adoption is possible.
Deeper Liquidity Pool
EasyFi is based on the matic Networks layer 2 blockchain, which takes advantage of Plasma Blockchain principles. As a result, it provides all of the advantages of layer 2 solutions in terms of speed and cost while also using the Ethereum Mainchain's deep liquidity pools.
Polkadot's stablecoin unsecured lending scheme, Bandot, is creating a new paradigm of liquidity aggregation. Bandot is a cross-chain DeFi aggregation network that aims to provide users with full asset liquidity as well as unparalleled lending and stablecoin exchange convenience. The three core modules of Bandot enable pledged assets to be liquidated outside of Ethereum. Bandot allows different token economies to conduct cross-chain circulation securely and conveniently by connecting the Bandot cross-chain asset gateway Guru to form a smart token circulation network.
Bandot is a Polkadot stable coin unsecured lending aggregation platform that brings users a more convenient operating experience. Users only need to manage and use their own digital assets and digital currencies, conduct transactions, and exchange digital assets. The Guru cross- chain asset gateway will act as a bridge between the Polkadat economy and the economy and expand the economic interoperability between the two.
Bandot is a Polkadot stable coin unsecured lending aggregation platform that makes it easier for users to operate. Users only need to control and use their own digital properties and digital currencies, as well as execute transactions and trade them. The Guru cross-chain asset gateway will serve as a link between the Polkadat and the economy, allowing for greater economic interoperability.
The Black Protocol is an Ethereum-based cross-chain burning platform that does not require approval. By keeping BLACK and an old token LP, any user or project governor could build a burning lake, permanently converting the old Token into a new Token and thus acquiring new ecological vitality.
The Ethereum network gave birth to the Black protocol, which then spread to Polkadot, BSC, Heco, Sol, and finally the entire blockchain universe. And black tojen will inflate abruptly at the start, then reach a deflationary model and continue to deflate as the ecological reconfiguration phase unfolds.
Anyone in the Blackhole protocol can create a burning pool with an approval-free invocation contract that can be explicitly penetrated into any Defi project that requires burning motivation.
Burning liquidity rewards (creator-designed burning rewards) and single token burning are also supported natively (with a single token as the burning token).
For the first time, the Blackhole protocol will explicitly destroy the LPT's ownership while retaining the pool's liquidity, allowing the liquidity to be left on-chain belongingness, achieving total liquidity neutrality and decentralization.
Ares is a Polkadot-powered on-chain checking oracle protocol. It efficiently and trustlessly provides accurate off-chain data. Ares is a parachain built on Substrate that connects to Polkadot's ecology and shares its security consensus. It's a scalable oracle network that gives the Polkadot ecosystem and its parachains decentralized data services.
The aggregator uses Scanner to collect external request data, sends the request to the Provider to process all Oracle requests, and uses VRF to ensure the aggregator's randomness.
The challenger verifies the credibility and authenticity of the aggregator's data and submits both false and accurate aggregator data to the Reputation Committee for rewards.
The Ares network's stability is ensured by rewarding validators and punishing malicious aggregators. The Reputation Committee is fully self-governed by the electorate, with token mortgages and reputation weighting used to elect members.
Data Users in smart contracts, parachains, and DAPPs may be artifacts that need to obtain external data. They can provide DEFI, prediction markets, and gambling with a variety of reliable and convincing data.
As full nodes of the Ares network, node operators verify data by comparing it to the locally stored data sector, ensuring the security of the Ares network, and providing oracle RPC services.
The $ALPHR token is a utility token that can be used to purchase goods and services. The token would be able to use any of the Alphr platform's features and pay for payments, such as installing a new AMT pool. Furthermore, 75% of the protocol fees can be used to compensate Alphr users who have liquidity on Uniswap in return for the support they provide to the protocol and the Alphr ecosystem.
To fund the operation of the Alphr protocol, transaction fees provided by the Alphr platform will be used as follows:
The Ispolink Platform was created to address the key challenges that companies face in a particular niche - the IT and blockchain markets, where demand for highly trained and tech-savvy experts outnumbers availability. Furthermore, as technology advances and breakthroughs, there is an ever-increasing need for experienced Blockchain Developers, Cloud Engineers, Software Developers, Data Scientists, Product Owners, Information Security Specialists, System Analysts, and people management and innovative occupations such as UI/UX Designers.
Ispolink aims to close the enormous distance between demand and availability for technical expertise. The global ICT industry hires more than 55 million people and is rapidly expanding, with 63 million workers anticipated by 2023. Around 6 million engineers work in Europe alone, with about 20% of them moving positions on a yearly basis.
The Ispolink Project incorporates a built-in blockchain payment infrastructure into its main platform, allowing users to share value and buy resources in a secure and reliable manner. The native native ERC20 tokens, controlled by an Ispolinck (ISP) token, control the eRC20 token. The project seeks to set itself apart from other existing technologies on the market. It will be built on the Ispolinksp token, a distributed computing computing platform and protocol (ECS token). It is intended to be a peer-to-peer, decentralized framework. People would be able to use the token to make it easy to transfer value and resources.
It's the world's first and only blockchain-based freelancer website, running on the Binance Chain network and using completely autonomous smart contracts.
Argon, unlike other platforms, is entirely autonomous. No data is missing or modified because it is decentralized. One of the most appealing aspects of Argon is that it never asks you for a commission. It has all of the infrastructure you'll need to safeguard your time and resources.
On the Binance chain network, On the Binance chain network, Argon uses smart contracts. Smart contracts are used to conduct all purchases. Argon works without a folder. As a result, in the event of an assault, your money or initiative will not be harmed.Argon uses smart contracts. Smart contracts are used to conduct all purchases. Argon works without a folder. As a result, in the event of an assault, your money or initiative will not be harmed.
With a 24-hour trading volume not available, the current SpaceCorgi price is $6.21e-9 USD. In the last 24 hours, SpaceCorgi has lost 11.60 percent of its value. With a live market cap of not open, the latest CoinMarketCap rating is #5099. There is no circulating stock and a maximum supply of 500,000,000,000,000 SCORGI coins.
SpaceCorgi is a deflationary, pet service-oriented autostaking utility token. SpaceCorgi combines memenomics with the real-world token utility to create a mutual utility network with interchangeable referral and incentive services across the pet retail and service industries.
RFI tokenomics and auto-liquidity production remain SpaceCorgi's mainstays. SpaceCorgi is a responsible launch that follows these guidelines: - Tokens were minted by Dev. - For a fair start, Dev sent the balance to DxSale. For the gain of the community, 3% of tokens are reserved in the marketing wallet. - The rest of the tokens are charred. - The DxSale protocol is used to build consensus by automatically locking liquidity. - SpaceCorgi is a token that is owned by the group.
The price of $SCORGI rises as the stock of the currency is depleted. A true deflation would drive the price higher by making all tokens scarcer with each purchase. Since the burn address holds half of the overall $SCorGI supply at first, it will collect half of the 1% charge for each purchase. The burning wallet will absorb more of the fee over time, leading to deflation.
With a 24-hour trading volume of not available, the live Elongate Deluxe price today is not available. In the last 24 hours, Elongate Deluxe has remained unchanged. With a live market cap of not open, the latest CoinMarketCap rating is #5102. The circulating stock is depleted, and the maximum supply is also depleted.
Elon Musk is a business magnate and engineer, and Elongate Deluxe is a cryptocurrency memecoin dedicated to him. It was first released in April of 2021.
ELongD is a SafeMoon fork with its own tokenomics, which has a lower transactional tax rate to encourage trading and further redistribution to ELongD holders. It was released with a balanced distribution, with 69.420 percent of the stock being consumed. It is entirely owned by the society.
Elongate Deluxe takes a lighthearted approach to Mr Musk's celebrity status, with characters like 'Memelong Fusk' and 'Longus,' two alternative universe entities with extraordinarily long body sections.
With a 24-hour trading volume of $2,020,660 USD, today's Alaska Inu price is $9.03e-8 USD. In the last 24 hours, Alaska Inu has remained unchanged. With a live market cap of not open, the latest CoinMarketCap rating is #2731. There is no circulating stock and a maximum supply of 100,000,000,000,000 LAS coins.
Alaska Inu is a group experiment that is entirely decentralized. Any transaction will earn you free $LAS.
It claims that 50% of the tokens have been sent to CZ, 25% of the tokens have been locked in the Pancakeswap pool and the keys have been burned, and the remaining 25% of the tokens have been produced by Binance Smart Chain transactions.
Trading airdrops, Decentralized exchanges, Yield Farming, NFT marketplaces, and AlaskaMint are only a few of the fascinating experiments taking place in Alaska.
Alaska does not have a team, and every member of the group is its owner.
Alaska benefits anyone who contributes to the development of the state's community (Ordinary people are not ordinary).
The current GOAT Zuckerberg price is $0.002707 USD, with a trading rate of not available in the last 24 hours. In the last 24 hours, GOAT Zuckerberg has remained unchanged. With a live market cap of not open, the latest CoinMarketCap rating is #5094. There is no circulating stock and a maximum supply of 1,000,000,000 ZGOAT coins.
Ideology based on memes The Goat token is a community-driven decentralized token that allows users to participate in the Meme-inspired ecosystem. Mark Zuckerberg's newly born goat twins are the primary source of inspiration for "mememizing" Goat Token. To commemorate this austere occasion, the Goat Community will send 50 percent of newly minted Goat Tokens directly to Mark Zuckerberg's foundation as a Gift from the Goat Community! Smart Chain ecosystem on Binance The Goat token is based entirely on the Binance Smart Chain, which helps to reduce transaction fees and facilitate group interaction. Any transaction benefits users by redistributing 2% of the proceeds to Goat Holders and returning 6% to the pool of collectively contributed funds. WHAT EXACTLY IS zGOAT? Dedicated to the community What sets Goat Token apart is its innovative approach to incentivizing group contributions and its one-of-a-kind distribution across all Goat holders.
The WSB DApp is a decentralized clone of r/wallstreetbets that is run by the community. The WSB DAO was established to promote the free exchange of public knowledge and sentiment through actionable outcomes. So that everybody, anywhere may YOLO as a community.
The traditional money management model focuses on wealth accumulation and custody. Centralized financial institutions, such as banks and hedge funds, benefit from the selling of financial instruments to institutional buyers, such as bonds and derivatives. Banks and other financial companies set their own rules for marketing these goods, and they charge fees for managing them on behalf of their clients.
Blockchain is a blockchain network that allows democratic access to freely traded financial assets worth more than $1 trillion in daily volume.
ETPs (Exchange Traded Portfolios) or classes of instruments such as cryptocurrencies and synthetic stocks are generated by WSBDApp. ETPs with direct voting powers communicate with users that have WSB.
Users will use the WSB Token to: Farm for benefits Vote on ETP initiatives and make up * Control how Treasury funds are invested.
Dogefather is a Binance Smart Chain-based decentralized finance (DeFi) coin. The token has deflationary properties; 5% of fees will be returned to token holders, and another 5% will be applied to the liquidity pool. Dogefather's mission is to make cryptocurrency and blockchain technology as accessible as possible to as many people as possible, especially artists. In a related growth, the Dogefather project recently announced plans to create a local NFT marketplace.
With a 24-hour trading volume of $4,668,027 USD, the current Dogefather price is $8.02e-8 USD. In the last 24 hours, Dogefather has remained unchanged. With a live market cap of not open, the latest CoinMarketCap rating is #2643. There is a circulating stock of 1,000,000,000,000,000 DOGEFATHER coins and a maximum supply of 1,000,000,000,000,000 DOGEFATHER coins.
DOGEFATHER is currently available for trading on an increasing variety of markets, including cryptocurrency and stablecoin pairs.
Dogefather is available for purchase on Pancakeswap.
ArGo is a serverless, blockchain-based software deployment framework that connects a mobile app to a shared storage network like Arweave, Skynet, and others. Through deploying mobile applications to decentralized storage solutions, ArGo fully decentralized dApp hosting.
ARGO Protocol was created by Prashant Maurya and Mitrasish Mukherjee, both of whom have considerable development expertise. Prashant is one of ArGo's creators. He has more than 5 years of experience designing Enterprise Software Solutions and has consulted with large tech firms. He is a Gitcoiner and an influential donor to open source projects. Near, Algorand, Nucypher, and Arweave hackathons have all been won by Prashant. DowntownStimulus, a live Web2.0 QF donation project, was another project he focused on.
ARGO is a native utility token that can be used for a variety of things.
Fees associated with deployment and storage. Staking ARGO tokens allows you to run worker nodes on the network. Used to decide how network services are shared by governance votes.
The ARGO Protocol includes the following tools:
Globe is a crypto derivatives exchange that is developing the most innovative new derivatives products, outperforming any crypto or conventional financial exchange and laying the groundwork for the future of digital asset markets.
Globe is backed by Y Combinator, Tim Draper, and Pantera Capital, and it recently held a greater presale than Binance, with over 200 strategic partners, some of whom will be identified later in this introduction.
Globe Derivative Token Information (GDT)
GDT is an ERC20 utility token with the following features:
Globe First is a Tokyo-based low-latency crypto derivatives exchange. When markets are shifting, the exchange strives to provide a smooth and efficient trading experience. Globe benefits from a significant investment in high-speed connectivity between major financial data centers such as London (LD4) and Tokyo, allowing it to have better global lag and throughput than previous generation exchanges. On March 12, 2020, Globe will open its first futures market. It will introduce a new futures index, index futures, perpetuals, options, and other items.
NoCapCoin is a deflationary, community-oriented coin that rewards investors by coin redemption while also making a difference in the lives of the less fortunate through community-selected charities. The coin's initial focus was on charity, with no plans for potential applications. To distinguish NCC from related ventures, however, a more complex route was taken. Though charity will continue to be a significant part of NCC's emphasis, the construction of many specific use-cases will begin. The Whitepaper on the NCC website contains additional material about the initiative. The revised Whitepaper, which will be released in June 2021, will include ideas for use-cases.
Prior to launch, NCC began with a total supply of 1,000,000,000,000,000 (1 quadrillion) coins, with 500,000,000,000,000 (500 trillion) burned developer coins. Of the original supply (1 quadrillion), 5% was reserved (50 trillion) to be used for charity and project expenses. Apart from the reserved wallet, there are NO other developer (or team) wallets.
As mentioned in the Whitepaper, each transaction of NCC is taxed with a 10% fee in which 5% is redistributed to the holders of NCC and the other 5% is added towards the LOCKED liquidity pool (LP) via PancakeSwap.
Apart from the dedicated wallet for charity and project costs, according to the Whitepaper, there are no developer wallets. To stop mass whales and needless spills, NCC launched with a decent launch rather than a pre-sale. Prior to launch, NCC had an anti-whale feature that provided for the procurement of a limit of 4,500,000,000,000 (4.5 trillion) coins, effectively preventing whales. NCC renounced ownership and locked 100% of the liquidity pool (LP) for 6 months shortly after sale.
On Ethereum, UMA creates open-source infrastructure for "priceless" financial contracts. This entails two aspects in particular. UMA contracts are managed and enforced using a decentralized Oracle Service. These two technologies, when combined, allow for the development of quick, effective, and stable Ethereum derivatives. UMA has invaluable financial contracts. In the case of a disagreement, priceless financial contracts are smart contracts that only involve an on-chain price feed.
Economic assurances and network benefits ensure that network actors behave honestly the majority of the time, but in the case of a fraudulent agent or an ad hoc business event, a dispute may be posed and sent to UMA's dispute resolution procedure, the Data Verification Mechanism (DVM).
There are five main network actors on UMA
Individuals that lock collateral in a smart contract to mint synthetic tokens are known as token sponsors. A network of Liquidators keeps track of the status of the collateral in the smart contract off-chain. Liquidators are rewarded for locating and liquidating undercollateralized positions. Liquidations may be set up to automatically look for positions to liquidate (via Liquidation Bots) or by someone who owns the synthetic commodity and collateral currency of the position being liquidated. If a place is liquidated by a liquidator bot, the liquidation will take two hours to complete. Before the liquidated position is settled, it will remain pending.
Keep4r Network is a decentralized keeper network for initiatives that require external devops as well as for external teams looking for keeper positions.
Users will post on-chain/off-chain tasks, such as calling a smart-contract feature on a regular basis, on the network. The transaction/task is carried out by the keepers. Keep4r is built on Andre Cronje's keep3r Network, but with a range of enhancements, including the ability for users to directly bond and award jobs with ETH and DAI. This improves the project's compatibility with current DeFi programs, which can also benefit from the keepers.
The network's operating token, KP4R, is needed for proposing new employees. Holders of the tokens will be able to stake and vote for them, receiving not only bonus KP4R but also a share of the network's ETH and DAI fees.
Both blockchain systems are built on the principle of decentralization. Holders of KP4R will vote on not only worker/job plans, but also what share of the fees they get and how the project expands, thanks to the Keep4r network. Become a member of the society today.
There are no passive holders of XVIX. Any XVIX token holder contributes to the XVIX scheme by participating in XVIX liquidity pools or burning XVIX tokens every hour.
Non-uniform rebasing is implemented by XVIX, which requires such addresses, such as Uniswap liquidity pools, to be exempt from rebasing, while 0.02 percent of tokens in regular addresses are burned every hour.
The Uniswap liquidity pools XVIX / ETH and XVIX / DAI will be removed from hourly burns at delivery.
The Ampleforth token was the inspiration for XVIX. The concept of a token that pegs itself to a value by having special tokenomics and supply properties piqued our interest.
We created XVIX to be a token that ties itself to an asset diagonally rather than horizontally. This property may be used for collateralization or hedging against the commodity against which it is pegged. Other scenarios are likely, but that will be the subject of a future article.
A brief overview of what distinguishes XVIX:
It is the most innovative technological space that has ever existed, but permissionlessness comes at a cost. New tokens flood the market by the minute and it is becoming increasingly difficult to separate innovation from low-quality products or vapourware.
Liquidity is king, but price discovery of new assets and NFTs remains a huge problem despite the emergence of automated market makers (AMMs). Power comes in the numbers, but decentralisation leads to fragmented governance with power weighted towards very few token holders.
Users are incentivized to make market forecasts in a sequence of tournaments centered on buckets of assets from around the cryptospace using the finance.vote quadratic voting based, rolling majority scheme. Its aim is to make generating market alpha and discovering up-and-coming tokens from the most viable ventures easier.
Business forecasting, auction technology, and price forecasting
Finance.vote provides a series of governance mechanisms that can give a voice to minority token holders on any network using quadratic and snapshot voting. The second-layer governance tools pave the way for high-stakes on-chain governance decisions, starting with a rough consensus and dialogue.
miniDAOs, AMA technology, social curation technologies, quadratic voting technology, and gassless voting are all terms used to describe decentralized autonomous organizations.
Finance.vote is a social trading mechanism that allows groups of any size to exchange market knowledge, pool funds, and make collective trading decisions.
Collaborative trading, liquidity mining apps, and decentralized copy trading are all examples of collaborative trading.
Dr. Nick Almond Founder and Protocol Leader
Nick is a chemist who studied and worked in applied science for ten years. He accepted a lectureship teaching mathematics and cryptography, where he first learned about Bitcoin. His obsession is blockchain technology, which he claims will transform how we live, work, and learn in the future. He taught classes on new technology as an associate dean at the London College of Fashion.
Ichi.farm will have a stablecoin and a surplus reserve fund to Bitcoin, the Bitcoin network, and eight other cryptocurrency societies. Their respective societies will be in charge of the fund, which will be denominated in their respective coins. The aim is to use the excess crypto reserves to finance adoption rewards through a crowd governance mechanism. ichi.farm is an Australian start-up based in Sydney.
Ichi.farm's architecture was influenced by a number of other crypto ventures, and it owes a debt of gratitude to their creativity and experimentation. Here are some of the most important findings:
Ichi.farm is planned to give every current cryptocurrency purchasing power security, enticing yields, discounts, and benefits. In 2020, both Chai and Crypto.com would have over 2 million unique customers, demonstrating that rewards fuel customer demand.
Reserves that are based on demand (Inspired by FRAX and Chainlink) The reserve percentage for Ichi.farm stablecoins starts at 100%. The real reserve ratio then eventually moves down to the minimum reserve ratio or back up to 100 percent, depending on consumer demand.
The incentive structure on Ichi.farm would reward hardworking farmers with "bumper crop" ICHI tokens. Like Bitcoin mining, effective farming should necessitate awareness and consistent effort.
Ichi.farm is a living partnership between major cryptocurrencies aimed at promoting cryptocurrency acceptance. A single governance token, the ICHI token, will present, vote on, and control the provisions of this agreement. Masanobu Fukuoka hopes that strong leaders emerge from each cryptocurrency ecosystem to take on multi-sig roles for the stablecoin and excess reserve fund associated with that cryptocurrency.
Pteria is a utility token that can be used in a variety of third-party programs and applications. The DAO has the authority to spend the budget set aside for external programs autonomously, based on democratic decisions made by a majority vote. The token's stock is reduced to 7.2 million Pteria. The amount now destined for third-party projects is 1.89 million, or 27.5 percent of the total supply.
Pteria is a governance token maintained by the Aragon protocol within a DAO. Users will influence the DAO's growth and participate actively in the decision-making process. The Pteria token is intended to be used as a robust utility token in third-party programs. The DAO has strong B2B relationships, with an emphasis on the smartphone gaming industry. If you think your company follows the above criteria and would like to incorporate Pterian into your project, please contact Pateria for more details.
Pteria DAO contributed 600,000 Pteria to Wallem as a collectible token that can be found all over the game's GPS-based map. Wallem users can use their tokens in AR to buy in-game items like character skins and participate in tournaments. When the donated stock of Pterian runs out, Wallem will have to go out and buy more on the open market.
The Pteria DAO requires token holders to stake their Pteria for a month in exchange for monthly incentives. The only requirement is that you vote at least once a month. The monthly reward's worth ranges from month to month and is announced on the Pterian Telegram channel in the weeks leading up to the reward. Pterie and/or other cryptocurrencies originating from the selling of NFTs and third-party ventures are used to pay out the incentives.
Energi (NRG) is a POS cryptocurrency that incorporates smart contracts, shared government, and a self-funding treasury. Its headquarters are in the British Virgin Islands, where it was established in 2018.
Energi never had a pre-mine or an ICO; instead, the project was able to finance production, funding, activities, and marketing from its treasury. The Energi network allocates a limited amount of tokens to mining prizes and grants the treasury and masternodes the majority of token issuance.
Energi is a self-funding blockchain, and has the benefit of being able to pay investors and creators.
Tommy World Power founded Energi (NRG). Prior to that, he worked at LoanDepot Inc. as a senior mortgage banker, Vivint Solar as a senior consultant, and ADT as a senior consultant.
Energi is a self-funding treasury that was built without the use of an initial coin offering (ICO) or a pre-mine. It does not rely on outside investment or venture capital. Per month, one million NRG is distributed, with 10% going to stakers, 10% to the Energi Backbone, and 40% to masternodes. By staking 1,000 NRG, any user can host a masternode. For protecting the network, the owners are compensated.
Masternodes on the Energi network have a variety of services, including private send and instant send. Any stakeholder may apply a plan for open review thanks to its built-in governance.
What is My Defi Pet (DPET)
My DeFi Pet is a virtual pet game that incorporates science fiction, collectibles, and your own personality. My DeFi Pet runs on the Binance Smart Chain and KardiaChain supported networks. "My DeFi Pet'' is a collaboration between a leading blockchain team and top-tier conventional game developers.
"My DeFi Pet" is the product of a collaboration between a top-tier conventional game development team and a pioneering blockchain team. Both DPET and NFT tokens will be available and tradeable through several blockchains, including Binance Smart Chain and KardiaChain at the moment.
Who are the founders of My Defi Pet (DPET)?
Wayne Lin, Founder of Axia8 Ventures, is an advisor. Wayne has worked as a blockchain consultant and strategist for a number of well-known, popular projects, including Solv. Protocol, Kickpad, Dorafactory, Injective Protocol, Kira Network, and Findora. Tri Pham, CEO & Co-Founder of KardiaChain, is an advisor. In 2018, Tri created KardiaChain as a project to unify the fractured blockchain ecosystem. Dual-node is a non-invasive cross-chain technology pioneered by KardiaChain. The game’s creator is Liem Thai. Gameloft Product Lead and Co-founder of Firebat Studio (VNG) #1 Best Game of the year 2016. Anh Tran's logo is a game developer who also works as a product manager of VNG and Topebox.
What makes My Defi Pet (DPET) unique?
My Defi Pet A virtual pet game that incorporates science fiction, collectibles, and your own unique personality.
What is the My Defi Pet (DPET) Blockchain?
Wenlambo is a deflationary token that employs smart contracts on the Binance Smart Chain (BEP-20), peer-to-peer technology for fast payment in digital currency (crypto), and DeFi employs a layered architecture and extremely dependable construction blocks. We anticipate that members will store their tokens for a period of time, enabling the price to rise, hence we have set a transaction charge of 6%.
One-third of the transaction fee will be divided evenly among all holders, while the other third will go toward our quarterly charitable donations. The remaining tax tokens will be burned, hence lowering the global supply. We want to make sure that all holders, regardless of how long they've been with us, may participate in the incentives we offer, as well as have an equal opportunity of standing out in our ever-growing community.
The intention is that members would keep their tokens for a period of time, enabling the price to rise; as a result, a transaction charge of 10% has been established. A total of 4% of the transaction fee will be split evenly among all holders, with the remaining 4% going to our quarterly charity donations.
The remaining tax tokens will be burned, hence lowering the global supply.
They want to run weekly giveaways to allow as many holders as possible to win enormous prizes, ranging from tokens to days out, including track days when you will be able to drive a Lamborghini. $WENLAMBO costs are fixed at 6% for each transaction, whether selling or buying, and are used to help our charity. These fees are grouped into three categories, each of which is utilized for a different purpose: 2% will be gathered in a wallet for quarterly donations, 2% will be split equally among all stakeholders, and 2% will be burned.
Indexed Finance is a project dedicated to the development of Ethereum-based passive portfolio management strategies. The holders of Indexed Finance's governance token, NDX, vote on recommendations for protocol changes and high-level index management, such as the classification of business segments and the creation of new management strategies.
The NDX token is currently a pure governance token (as a fork of UNI), designed for people who want to vote on ideas put forward by the DAO to determine the future of the Indexed network as it progresses (either for or against)
Indexed Finance's founder, Dillion Kellar. He's been tinkering with Solidity for three years and has done contract work for numerous crypto ventures on a regular basis. Until starting Indexed, he worked at Dharma, where he was hired to create a Layer-2 EVM to help them scale their wallet transactions.
Reflexer is a platform where anyone can use their crypto collateral to issue reflex indexes. Reflex indexes are stable assets that are not pegged to anything. They are useful as more "stable" collateral for other DeFi protocols (compared to ETH or BTC)
The RAIUSD exchange rate is dictated by supply and demand, and the protocol that issues RAI aims to keep its price stable by devaluing or revaluing it on a regular basis. In RAI's scenario, the "trade gap" occurs between RAI and SAFE consumers. The protocol is free to manipulate the target exchange rate to its own benefit. It has the ability to draw or repel capital at any time. This mechanism exchanges value between SAFE Users and RAI holders, incentivizing all parties to return the market price to a protocol-defined goal. The system is identical to that which is used to hold money in circulation.
The market for ETH leverage determines RAI's long-term price trajectory. We must examine RAI's monetary policy in order to get a deeper understanding of its conduct. SAFE users use the redemption price to mint RAI against ETH, and it is often used during Global Settlement to enable both SAFE and RAI users to withdraw collateral from the scheme. If SAFEUsers leverage and/or RAI Users are short, it depreciates. The price of redemption nearly always floats and is not tied to any single peg. The redemption rate changes the redemption price during the course of devaluing/revaluing RAI.
Frax is the first stablecoin system based on a fractional algorithm. Frax is fully on-chain, open-source, and permissionless. The ultimate aim is to create an algorithmic currency that is highly scalable, decentralized, and replaces fixed-supply financial assets like Bitcoin. The ratio of collateralized to algorithmic is determined by the FRAX stablecoin's market price.
Uniswap (ETH, USDT, USDC time-weighted average prices) and Chainlink (USD price) oracles are used in Frax v1. FRAX is a stablecoin with a price goal of $1 per coin. The governance token, Frax Shares (FXS), earns commissions, seigniorage income, and excess collateral value.
Sam Kazemian, an American software engineer, created the Frax Protocol. Travis Moore and Jason Huan are among the Frax engineers who founded the company. Frax was created as a way to gauge investor sentiment against a partially algorithmic, partly collateralized stablecoin.
The Frax Protocol is a community-driven stablecoin with a one-of-a-kind architecture. About 60% of the FXS stock is distributed over many years to liquidity suppliers. It's a fully decentralized protocol with onchain governance.
Frax Finance aspires to develop a game-changing commodity by taking a novel solution to the issue of price stabilization. Staking and yield farming are two entirely new features that the team has already launched. Users have the option of participating in liquidity pools that deliver FXS incentives, which are very generous. Frax Finance will introduce more user-friendly features in the coming future, with the aim of improving FRAX's utility while also bringing other DeFi-related novelties.
Through their coin, they want to get the gaming world, content producers, and game developers together. The longer you keep GMR in your HODL, the more GMR you get for free.
Ryan Washington is the company's CEO and artistic director. A long-time gamer that some may recall from Ragnarok Online's glory days. Ryan, then known as Liquid Cool, created a number of servers on which he participated as a fan rather than a developer. Ryan took the plunge into DeFi after years of building games and investing in real-life retro gaming materials. Ryan saw a chance to bring his energies and funds into a worthwhile endeavor that strives to combine gamers and developers in a mutually advantageous space after a series of promising early investments. As a result, GMR Finance was born.
TOKENOMICS: 10% tax (5% BACK TO HODLERS, 3% AUTO BURN & 2% BACK TO THE LIQUIDITY POOL)
NON-FUNGIBLE TOKENS (NFTs): Our platform will enable content creators, game developers, and gaming platforms to build, showcase, and sell personal NFTs. In only a few taps, you'll be able to convert clips and other items into NFTs.
A non-fungible token is a data unit stored on a public ledger known as a blockchain that certifies a digital asset as special and therefore non-transferable. Photos, images, audio, and other forms of multimedia files can all be represented using NFTs.
GAMER VAULT: The gamer vault would be a welcoming place for everyone. You will be able to build your own profile and follow the game categories that interest you the most. Join your favorite content creators and platforms, use GMR to actively help streamers and creators, and participate in contests and tournaments.
GMR lottery, live stream integrations, leaderboards for accounts, and even more.
TOURNAMENTS & COMPETITIONS: GMR Finance will feature a variety of tournaments and events in all gaming types and platforms, with rewards ranging from $1,000 to $20,000. For a competitive advantage, take on your favorite developers. Platform fights can be a reality as well. Who will prevail between Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook.
LOTTERY: GMR lottery tickets will be available to buy with GMR for the chance to win big GMR prizes. This will also have a burn element, which will reduce our overall availability.
PARTNERSHIPS: They have already started talking to Streamers, YouTubers & Developers. Platform partnerships are also under revision.
GAME KEYS: HODLing GMR will give gamers access to discounted keys for all platforms such as Xbox, PlayStation, Steam, Amazon and more.
LIQUIDITY POOL: GAMER VAULT will be packed with extra features for anyone adding to our liquidity pool. Remember your pool can be withdrawn at any time.
SAFEICARUS is designed to compensate its owners while also increasing its profitability and valuation.
Holders of SafeIcarus will have access to our governance scheme, which will enable them to vote and make potential suggestions.
We want to create a charity pocket. We donate the accrued tax to a foundation selected by our society. This will be done on a regular basis to several charities.
The SafeIcarus token will be used to farm nfts in the immediate future. Collaborations with a variety of musicians have come to an end.
Wider Coin ( WDR) is a blockchain-based digital currency that is the next wave of digital currency. The Wider Coin is a global digital currency that includes online e-commerce, banking, and real-world payment mechanisms.
It is hoped that Api integrations would expand the usage of more coins and ensure their global availability by establishing a stable digital money payment network.
These are the more extensive platforms:
Altura is a smart contract platform that lets game developers create, distribute, and trade Smart NFTs that reflect in-game assets.
Smart NFTs are NFTs with dynamic properties that change depending on the circumstances. We want to bring completely random smart loot boxes to the blockchain,and we want to make the interface and API as simple as possible.
Altura is working on:
Governance and deciding the platform's direction on the Altura NFT marketplace Transactions
Lead Developer and Founder Majd is the creator of Portfolio View and the host of the YouTube channel Eager Money.
Marketing Director Maaheen is the CEO of a communications consultancy firm that has worked with over 200 companies.
She has been investing in bitcoin for over two years and has over four years of administrative business experience.
PUSSY is the meme token to end all meme tokens. much meow!
PUSSY will unleash its native token, PUSSY, on Uniswap, but it will not be distributed by traditional presale/private selling processes.
The liquidity of PUS SY is what the investor will purchase directly in the presale.
The project is based on the premise that any liquidity owner can and should treat their liquidity as a distinct primary asset.
The fundamental philosophy of using your liquidity as a commodity is novel, and the possibilities are limitless.
Along with the PUSSY token launch, FOMOPUSSY will be launched as a dApp (decentralized application). This FOMO dApp is a lottery-style game with a primary timer.
Players play for a key prize by purchasing TICKETS with ETH. The ETH used to buy tickets is distributed as follows: PUS SY can be purchased directly on UniSwap for 25% off.
25% was used to provide liquidity to the Uni. Swap pool, in collaboration with PUSYS, bought a quarter-share of the latest jackpot. The remaining 12% is used to fund the next round's jackpot.
What makes PUSSY special is that, given enough time, any competitor will have a chance to win. And it's at this point that the FOMO game kicks in.
The aim of the Fomo game is to inflate token prices by keeping everybody happy by converting:" into " The FOMOPUSSY game's aim is to speed up token price pumps while also satisfying everyone's inner fomo, by distributing all ETH expended inside the game as follows:
The airdrop address receives 5- 10% of the total. The developer fund receives 6-3% of the total.
A self-sustainable locked liquidity protocol and lending/borrowing platform powered by the deflationary EVN token.
Evolution Finance is a self-funded project that will change the way users interact with DeFi locked liquidity and money markets. Evolution Finance is targeting DeFi lending of the top 50 ERC20 altcoins and ERC-wrapped native coins, with a fair token distribution model at launch. We believe a fair token distribution is key to building the community that a dominating DeFi platform needs. At launch 100% of EVN tokens will be made available through liquidity pools on Uniswap.
Evolution Finance is a public network of partners' initiative that uses EVN tokens to run the project and reward participants. There is a finite supply of EVN, so there are no infinite mint exploits, and all tokens are unlocked at the start (which implies equal price discovery).
ASI is a frictionless coin, which ensures that your rewards appear in the holder's wallet right away. You will not be required to complete a staking lockup period or wait for fees to be delivered. You'll have immediate access to your rewards once they begin accruing in real time in your wallet.
Based on their trading history and results, each ASI token holder is given an initial score. You'll get a more accurate score that's automatically updated to reflect your current performance thanks to advanced machine learning models and blockchain.
Because of the tokens/coins and the amount of transactions, having asiswap.finance live ensures that the DEX smart contracts can gather more information about the wallets, resulting in a more accurate ASI score for each wallet.
As a result of trading bots and whale operations, DeFi tokens are subject to market manipulation and artificial inflation of transaction fees.
Thankfully, ASI uses an anti-bot system to shield you from whales and trading bots. This mechanism was designed to discourage market manipulation and reward human traders based on their success.
ASI makes DeFi easier for daily users while also ensuring decent returns on your investments.
WOLFYCOIN (WOLFY) is currently ranked as the #2214 cryptocurrency by market cap. Today it reached a high of $0.012705, and now sits at $0.012546. WOLFYCOIN (WOLFY) price is up 119.19% in the last 24 hours. WOLFYCOIN is currently trading on 1 exchange, with a 24hr trade volume of $427,857.
The token was released in secret on UNISWAP, with no marketing or team tokens assigned to any wallet. The remaining 25% was sent to a burn address, and the remaining 75% was given to UNISWAP for ETH/WOLFY liquidity, making it a community-owned and governed token.
Just 3,000 NAMIs are available for use as agricultural incentives. The amount of distribution that has been published has been reduced to zero. The rewards begin at 1,500 NAMI and halve per week until a total of 3,000 are distributed.
When you deposit ETH, the contract attaches NAMI-ETH to the released NAMI and uniswap as liquidity. 1 ETH = 2 NAMI is the initial price. For liquidity stability, NAMI-ETH can only be withdrawn once per day with a 10% cap. You can only obtain ETH, not NAMI- ETH LP, when you withdraw. When a contract is withdrawn, it immediately removes liquidity from uniswap. You have no limitations when it comes to filing a petition for compensation. Compensation is taxed according to the table below when it is claimed. This tax would be used to purchase and burn tokens, as well as to prevent early-stage dumps.
One of the most appealing aspects of crypto is that there are no entry barriers. Crypto returns power to the citizens. We were astounded by how /r/WallStreetBets mobilized ordinary people from all over the world to successfully countertrade hedge funds and banks as long-time crypto idealists. There have previously been structured crypto trading and research groups, but they have a history of being opaque and, frankly, scammy, with leaders taking advantage of followers. This is fixed by GameStop.Finance.
What is the mechanism?
GameStop's $GME token has no meaning.
Budgeting. The minter keys will be fried, and there will be a hard limit of 1 million $GME tokens. The group will receive 100% of the $GME supply in a reasonable launch. For the team, foundations, and partners, there would be no pre-mine or allocation. This isn't a venture capital-backed coin.
Any $GME token holder with more than 1,000 tokens will be able to send their study to the group for voting on Snapshot. On the group Discord and Telegram, a heated debate about these ideas will take place.
$GME holders will vote every week to indicate which study and token they choose. When the vote is completed, the winning analysis will be shared with the general public via GameStop.Finance Twitter and other official networks. We hope that the $GME group will also share the winner, but this is entirely optional. After the voting cycle, the winning token will be eligible for $GME staking prizes for one week.
The current price of Aludra Network is $0.00145533, with a 24-hour trading rate of? It has a total supply of 115 million ALD coins and a circulating supply of 0 ALD coins. The most competitive market trading it right now is Uniswap (v2).
Aludra is a decentralized network that allows users to exchange financial instruments. We provide services and confidence in cryptocurrency OTC sales. And it's a priority to make services that are simple for all users, particularly when it comes to buying coins or cryptocurrency tokens in OTC sales that are secure. Using Aludra Network (ALD) tokens in OTC transactions would undoubtedly provide benefits.
The Aludra Network platform employs an over-the-counter (OTC) sales system that maintains enhanced security features and fosters trust between buyers and sellers.
bEarn Fi is a Decentralized Finance (DeFi) cross-chain product that offers yield generation, algorithmic stablecoin, bridge, gaming aggregation, treasury, and governance on several chains, including the Binance Smart Chain blockchain (BSC) and the Ethereum blockchain.
The protocol is being established by a number of different cryptocurrency-related entities. BFI and BFIE (BFI token on Ethereum blockchain) holders are in charge of the protocol's management.
Our key products are in use; below is a short rundown of the protocol's governance mechanism, as well as links to live communication networks.
Algorithmic stablecoin — bDollar
bDollar is the first algorithmic stablecoin on the Binance Smart Chain, with a revolutionary approach that can deterministically change its supply to shift the token's price in the direction of a target price, bringing programmability and interoperability to DeFi.
The first project to encourage users to play different games on both the BSC and Ethereum blockchains.
The Ethereum network does not support real-time gaming because the network is relatively sluggish, gas fees can be high at times, and network latency can also be a factor. This is where BSC enters the picture.
Cross-chain portal to transfer assets between BSC and Ethereum blockchain.
On the BSC and Ethereum blockchains, consumers can get insurance against financial liability for a variety of smart contracts and protocols. And the treasury will be under government oversight.
The Bearn Fi ecosystem is controlled by BFI and BFIE token holders who submit and vote on proposals that govern the ecosystem. Proposals that meet requirements (>30% of the tokens staked in the governance contract) and generate a majority support (>50% of the vote) will be processed.
A self-sustainable locked liquidity protocol and lending/borrowing platform powered by the deflationary EVN token.
Evolution Finance is a self-funded project that will change the way users interact with DeFi locked liquidity and money markets. Evolution Finance is targeting DeFi lending of the top 50 ERC20 altcoins and ERC-wrapped native coins, with a fair token distribution model at launch. We believe a fair token distribution is key to building the community that a dominating DeFi platform needs. At launch 100% of EVN tokens will be made available through liquidity pools on Uniswap.
Evolution Finance is a public network of partners' initiative that uses EVN tokens to run the project and reward participants. There is a finite supply of EVN, so there are no infinite mint exploits, and all tokens are unlocked at the start (which implies equal price discovery).
Caramel Swap (MEL) is currently ranked #5574 in terms of market capitalization. It hit a high of $0.223452 today and is now trading at $0.223452. The price of Caramel Swap (MEL) has increased by 86.83 percent in the last 24 hours. Caramel Swap's initial coin offering (ICO) began on April 21, 2021 and ended on April 22, 2021. The total amount earned was $2,200,000. Caramel Swap is currently traded on two exchanges, with a total trade volume of $413,409 in the last 24 hours.
CaramelSwap is a brand new Decentralized Exchange based on the Binance smart chain that uses a 3° Generation yield farming mechanism to allow for perpetual price increases while maintaining a sustainable and profitable farming yield, as well as a Timelock contract at launch! There are also a lot of new features.
Designers carry a token Hybrid Burning Mechanism to solve the inflation dilemma that most Defi projects faced.
Mechanism of Burning
Theta mainnet is a decentralized network where users share bandwidth and computing resources on a peer-to-peer (P2P) basis. Steve Chen, co-founder of YouTube, and Justin Kan, co -founder of Twitch, Theta has its own native cryptocurrency token, THETA, which is used to perform various governance tasks. Enterprise validators include Google, Binance, Gumi, Sony Europe, and Samsung. According to the project's creators, the project aims to shake up the video streaming industry.
Mitch Liu has a long background in the gaming and video industries. Liu co-founded video ad company Tapjoy, mobile social gaming startup Gameview Studios, and THETA.tv. a live streaming network whose DApp was the first to use the Theta protocol. Long is the company's second co-founder and CTO. He has a background in design automation, gaming, virtual reality, and large-scale distributed systems. Theta now has a small team, and its official website lists strategic corporate investors such as Samsung NEXT and Sony Innovation Fund. Media investors include BDMI Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments and CAA.
Theta's key business idea is to decentralize video streaming, data distribution, and edge computing. The internal economy is driven by two native tokens, Theta (THETA) and Theta Fuel. Theta's appeal is threefold: audiences benefit from a higher-quality streaming service, content creators raise more money, and video networks save money on infrastructure.Theta's platform is open source, and token holders obtain governance powers. Developers can launch decentralized applications (DApps) on Theta's fully featured EVM-compatible Smart contract platform.
Theta employs a financial reward system to encourage user engagement in governance activities. The network uses proof-of-stake and a multi-level Byzantine Fault Tolerance consensus mechanism. No single person owns the bulk of THETA tokens staked at any given time.
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Crypto.com Coin (CRO) is the native cryptocurrency token of the Crypto.com Chain, a decentralized, open-source blockchain created by Crypto.com, a payment, exchange, and financial services business. Crypto.com Chain is one of the company's solutions aimed at accelerating the acceptance of cryptocurrencies across the world. The CRO blockchain is specifically used to run the Crypto.com Pay mobile payment software.
Crypto.com intends to extend the CRO platform's scope in the future to fuel its other products as well. In November and December of 2018, CRO went offline.
The Crypto.com Coin was created as part of the company's goal of "putting cryptocurrency in any pocket." Prior to starting Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek formed and led three firms. He graduated from Poland's Adam Mickiewicz University. Rafael Melo has over 15 years of experience working for large Asian corporations. He was instrumental in securing more than $50 million in support for Ensogo, a mobile commerce website.
Gary Or is a full-stack tech developer with over nine years of experience. Bobby Bao worked in the China Renaissance investment bank's M&A section. Bao attended the University of Melbourne, NYU Stern School of Business, and William & Mary College.
Owners of CRO coins will stake their coins on the Crypto.com Chain to serve as a validator and collect transaction fees. Paying merchants in CRO can earn users up to 20% cashback, and allowing peer-to-peer transactions to other users can earn users up to 10% cashback. By staking CRO, users can win token prizes for such listings on the Crypto.com App. Users will gain up to 10%-12% annual interest on their crypto.com Coins. The company is constantly looking for and exploring new usage cases that will enable consumers to use cryptocurrencies to increase their power over their assets.
CRO is based on the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain and adheres to the ERC-20 compatibility protocol, which ensures that the Ethash feature is used to protect the network.
ThORChain is a decentralized liquidity protocol that allows users to easily exchange cryptocurrency assets. Users can simply swap one asset for another in a permissionless setting. Market prices are maintained through the ratio of assets in a pool. RUNE is the THORChain platform's native utility token. This is the ecosystem's base currency, as well as a means of platform governance and stability. The mainnet of THORChain was released in January 2021, but a multi-chain update is planned for 2021.
According to a THORChain spokesperson, the platform has no CEO, founder, or board of directors. Instead, Gitlab is used to manage the platform's future growth. Furthermore, the people who are actually working on the project are also anonymous. This is to "protect the project and ensure that it will decentralize," according to a THORChain official spokesperson.
To further alleviate the problem of "permanent loses," THORChain employs a special scheme. It accomplishes this by charging a slip-based fee to ensure that liquidity is maintained.
Furthermore, THORChain incorporates a number of innovative innovations to allow for smooth cross-chain token swaps. All of this is hidden behind the scenes, allowing even amateur traders to use the forum. The website is not for profit. The protocol's payments are distributed directly to the consumers. For the band, there are no provisions.
The Tendermint consensus system is used to control THORChain, which is developed using the Cosmos SDK. Via a novel BFT proof-of-stake scheme, the network is protected from attacks. Several third-party protection companies have audited THORChain's smart contracts.
Stacks is a Bitcoin project that aims to add smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps) to the cryptocurrency. This smart contracts are added to Bitcoin without affecting any of its key features. Developers will build on top of each other's apps because these DApps are free and flexible.
The network is operated by the Stacks token (STX), which is used to control smart contract execution. The network was formerly known as Blockstack, but in Q4 2020, it was renamed Stacks. Stacks 2.0's mainnet went live in January 2021.
Y Combinator, Digital Currency Group, and Winklevoss Capital were among the first venture capital firms to invest in Stacks. Blockstack PBC, which has its headquarters in New York, developed it. Blockstack PBC has changed its name to Hiro Systems PBC. Muneeb Ali and Ryan Shea formed Blockstack in 2013. Ryan Shea is a co-founder of a digital technology company that is currently in stealth mode. The corporation follows a long list of businesses that use Stacks' platform.
Stacks aims to take what makes Bitcoin so strong and enhance it with new features. It accomplishes this by using the Bitcoin blockchain's proof-of-transfer (PoX) trust system to communicate explicitly with it. Stacks was also the first cryptocurrency to be approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for a sale in the United States, enabling it to announce a $28 million Reg A+ sale cash offering in July 2019.
The Bitcoin blockchain serves as the foundation for Stacks. Users may use their base currency (BTC) to mine STX, essentially bootstrapping the Stacks network's protection. Proof-of-transfer (PoX), a novel mining mechanism, is introduced by Stacks as its own consensus model.
Litecoin (LTC) was created to allow for fast, safe, and low-cost transactions. The Bitcoin ( BTC) protocol was used to build the cryptocurrency. Litecoin's block time is just 2.5 minutes, and transaction fees are extremely low. On October 7, 2011, Litecoin was released as an open-source client on GitHub. It has grown in popularity and acceptance among merchants since then. Charlie Lee, a former Google employee, invented the cryptocurrency. Litecoin was designed to be a "lighter version of Bitcoin," according to Lee.
Charlie Lee, a former Google employee, invented the cryptocurrency. Litecoin was designed to be a "lighter version of Bitcoin," according to Lee.
Charlie Lee, an early Bitcoin miner and computer scientist, founded Litecoin. Lee used to work for Google as a software engineer. Between 2015 and 2017, Lee worked at Coinbase as the director of engineering.
Charlie Lee is the managing director of the Litecoin Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to the advancement of the cryptocurrency. Lee is one of four members of the foundation's board of directors.
Litecoin is one of the most commonly recognized cryptocurrencies as of January 2021. LTC is now accepted by over 2,000 retailers and stores all over the world.
In late 2020, Litecoin also saw the release of the MimbleWimble (MW) testnet, which is used to test Mimblewimble-based confidential transactions on Litecoin. Once this feature is available on the mainnet, Litecoin users will also benefit from greatly enhanced privacy and fungibility.
The NEAR Protocol is a decentralized technology interface for making web-based applications. The network is based on the Nightshade Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus process, which seeks to provide scalability and predictable payments. NEAR is the native service token that is used for: Transaction fees and data storage fees. Staking NEAR tokens allows validator nodes to run on the network. Used to decide how network services are shared by governance votes. NEAR SDKs, which provide standard data structures and testing methods for Rust and AssemblyScript, are among the NEAR tools. Gitpod for Close aims to provide developers with a zero-time onboarding experience. NEAR Wallet is a tool that allows software developers to build simplified user interfaces. NEAR Explorer can help with contract debugging as well as network performance analysis. Developers may use the NEAR Command Line Tools to deploy software from local environments.
NEAR Protocol is the brainchild of developers Alex Skidanov and Illia Polosukhin. The two met while working at startup accelerator Y Combinator. NEAR Protocol employs more than 40 staff, including developers with experience at Google and Microsoft. Many of the developers hold prizes and nominations from competitions in coding and related fields, notably the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC).
Elrond uses sharding to provide lightning-fast transaction rates. The project views itself as a modern internet infrastructure ecosystem. It claims that its smart contract execution technology can handle 15,000 transactions per second. Elrond was first revealed in August of this year, and its mainnet launched in July of the following year.
Elrond was created by brothers Beniamin and Lucian Mincu, as well as Lucian Todea, in late 2017 as a solution to the issue of blockchain scalability. The two co-founded MetaChain Capital, a digital asset investment firm, before joining Elrond.
From 2014 to 2015, Beniamin Mincu was in charge of NEM's product, publicity, and culture. Lucian Mincu already has expertise as a security expert and an information systems developer. Todea previously created Soft32, a software review and distribution platform, and served as its CEO. He's already a seed investor, having put money into the biometrics startup TypingDNA.
Elrond is a forum for the modern digital economy, decentralized technologies, and business use, according to its website. It aims to develop its environment and create EGLD as a store-of-value commodity, according to its economics paper.
Elrond's network is divided into four shards, with 2,169 validator nodes. Where the throughput requirement is not satisfied, it will scale by adding another shard. With 1,500 nodes from 29 countries clustered into 50 shards, the network was measured to operate at 263,000 TPS. Developers who build on the platform will receive 30% of the smart contract payments as royalty, thanks to the project's sponsorship. A 36 percent annual percentage fee is charged to validator nodes.
Elrond employs a secure proof-of-stake consensus algorithm. For good cryptographic security, nodes interact with each other using modified Boneh-Lynn-Shacham, or BLS, multi-signatures. Each validator receives a ranking score based on their previous work, which affects their selection. To avoid collusion, validators are alternated between shards on a regular basis.
Solana is an open-source project that uses permissionless technology to provide decentralized finance solutions. The Solana Foundation, based in Geneva, Switzerland, officially launched the project in March 2020.
The Solana protocol is intended to make the development of decentralized apps (DApps) easier. It aims to increase scalability by combining a proof-of-history. Small-time traders and institutional traders alike are interested in Solana because of its groundbreaking hybrid consensus model.
Anatoly Yakovenko is one of the most important figures behind Solana. He rose through the ranks at Qualcomm to become senior staff, engineer manager. He now works a software.The Solana protocol and SOL token were released to the public in 2020. Yakovenko formed a company called Solana Labs with his Qualcomm colleague Greg Fitzgerald.
The proof-of-history consensus formed by Anatoly Yakovenko is one of the most important developments Solana brings to the table. This definition allows for greater protocol scalability, which improves usability. Solana's hybrid protocol allows for much faster transaction and smart contract execution validation. Both small-time users and corporate customers will benefit from the Solana protocol. Customers will not be disappointed by higher fees and taxes, which is one of Solana's keys. Solana is ranked 42 in the CoinMarketCap ranking as of February 2021, thanks to the long-standing technical experience brought to the project by founders Anatoly Yakovenko and Greg Fitzgerald.
What exactly are bakery tools?
Bakerytools is a central hub, trading tool, and pool explorer for Binance chain pairs, as well as a hotspot for private and pre-sale listings.
BakeryToken (BAKE) is a cryptocurrency that was launched in September 2020 as part of the BakerySwap ecosystem.
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You can save your favorite trading pairs at the top of Bakerytools and be informed of any major changes to your pair or whether your transaction was completed. We will provide you with the required tools as well as step-by-step guides to ensure that you have the best trading experience possible!
BakeryTools will keep you up to date on upcoming Private Sales and presales on our website. Projects will be eligible to submit, and they will only be added to the Upcoming Hotspot after they have been tested. This will prevent you from falling prey to a scam. To prevent the risk of rugpull, projects must comply and undergo verification.
The live Bakery Tools price today is $0.063582 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $865,593 USD. Bakery Tools has no change in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #2848, with a live market cap of not available. The circulating supply is not available and a max. supply of 96,000,000 TBAKE coins.
PancakeSwap runs on Binance Smart Chain and is a decentralized exchange for BEP20 tokens. Users trade against a liquidity pool through an automated market maker model. Users contribute funds to these pools in exchange for LP tokens.
Users can also farm additional tokens like CAKE and SYRUP on PancakeSwap. Users will deposit LP tokens on the farm and receive CAKE as a reward. Users can trade BEP20 tokens, provide liquidity to the exchange, and receive fees on PancakeSwap.
PancakeSwap is a Binance Smart Chain-based decentralized exchange (DEX) founded by anonymous developers who seem to have a fondness for pancakes.
PancakeSwap operates on an integrated market maker model, which means there are no order books and instead rely on liquidity pools. By being a liquidity provider, a consumer can earn money.
CAKE is a BEP20 token that first debuted on the Binance Smart Chain. CAKE's main purpose is to encourage people to provide liquidity to the PancakeSwap website. Users can win incentives by staking their tokens, which is achieved by depositing and locking Liquidity Provider tokens.
On PancakeSwap.com, CAKE can be used to join a lottery. A single ticket costs 10 CAKE and contains a random four-number combination ranging from 1 to 14. The numbers on your ticket must match all four of the winning numbers to win the jackpot.
PancakeSwap can be safely stored in wallets that are linked to the Binance Smart Chain. MetaMask, TrustWallet, TokenPocket, and WalletConnect are among them.
TerraUSD Crypto is a cryptocurrency token that operates on the concept of being an interchain stablecoin that is indefinitely scalable. It also enables DeFi applications and protocols to operate without any restrictions. This money is a different kind of customizable commodity that has been programmed specifically for online transactions and smoother trades.
UST's worth is dictated by the asset's demand and availability, and it fluctuates accordingly. The corresponding dollar sum of UST can be traded for LUNA, offering an intriguing arbitrage possibility. TerraUSD's circulating stock has doubled in recent months, making it the 17th largest stablecoin by market cap at the time of publishing. This demonstrates a strong appetite for the Terra LUNA coin and bodes well for the project's future.
The core concept behind TerraUSD Stablecoin, or the "global currency," dates back to the 1930s. This proposal was suggested in 2001 by Bernard A. Lietaer, a Belgian economist and pioneer in the area of monetary systems.
The generation of Terra UST coins in this case necessitates the exchanging or, to put it another way, the burning of LUNA coins. This coin is equal to the amount of UST that has been expended. It indicates that the cost of minting is comparable to or almost equal to the face value of the coin.
For traders, the equivalence between internet assets and real-world funds simplifies accounting and statistics. It also offers a flexible distribution mechanism with none of the drawbacks that other cryptocurrency trading methods have. Terra bitcoin, according to experts, has a bright future in the cryptocurrency sector. TerraUSD UST has a protection rank of 2.4, with an estimated benefit of +3.7 percent, according to recent research. The price of UST is expected to rise to $1.04 in the near future.
Avalanche is a decentralized finance (DeFi) technology, financial asset, trading, and other resources umbrella network. It aspires to act as a global asset exchange. Avalanche, according to its creators at Ava Labs, is the first smart contract network to deliver transaction completion in under one second. AVAX, the platform's native token, executes a variety of functions.
Emin Gün Sirer, a veteran computer scientist who has long been involved with Bitcoin, is one of Ava Labs' three co-founders. The remaining members of the team are experts in computer science, economics, banking, and law. Avalanche Consensus would make considerably higher transaction volumes than Bitcoin, competing with the likes of Visa.
Avalanche is a decentralized asset exchange platform that everyone can start and use, and it does so with a network that is unparalleled in the digital realm in terms of transaction approval times of less than a second.
The aim of the developers is to put the vast, fractured, and often opaque world of asset trading under one roof. Developers may build and release a variety of entities, ranging from blockchains to digital copies of any commodity, and then enable them to exchange based on any set of criteria.
The Avalanche protocol is a proof-of-stake (PoS) protocol that pays users for staking coins. PoS networks have been chastised for their low attack cost, which has revealed significant flaws in some situations.
Avalanche gets around this, according to Ava Labs, by modifying governance to make it almost impossible for an intruder to achieve the requisite consensus covertly.
SushiSwap (SUSHI) is an example of a market maker that is automated (AMM) AMMs are decentralized exchanges that build markets for any pair of tokens using smart contracts. SushiSwap (SUSHI) is an electronic market maker (AMM). AMMs are decentralized exchanges that use smart contracts to create markets for any pair of tokens.
SushiSwap was created by Chef Nomi, a pseudonymous person. Sushiswap and 0xMaki, also known as just Maki, are two other pseudonymous co-founders of the group. A well-known investor is Sam Bankman-Fried, CEO of FTX, a futures exchange, and Alameda Research, a quantitative trading startup.
SushiSwap is an AMM that helps you to trade two different cryptocurrencies. The primary target group is DeFi traders seeking to profit from the recent surge in project tokens by creating liquidity. The company takes a 0.3 percent share on all trades in its liquidity pools, and its SUSHI token is used to reimburse customers for a fraction of those payments.
SushiSwap aims to reduce the conventional dangers of putting money into smart contracts by giving its consumers more control over their assets. Beyond technological concerns, the developers' anonymity raises concerns.
USD Coin has attempted to differentiate itself in the stablecoin market. Study says major accounting company has been tasked with checking the amount of cash kept in reserve. USDC users will be able to withdraw 1 USDC and obtain $1 without any problems, study says. The platform manages and creates value using two in-house tokens, VET and VTHO, which are built on the VeChainThor public blockchain. The goal is to improve supply chain performance, traceability, and accountability while lowering costs and giving individual users more power.
Sunny Lu, the developer and co-founder of VeChain, is a former CIO of Louis Vuitton China and an IT executive. Lu has since become a well-known name within the cryptocurrency industry. He has drawn attention to the ability of blockchain technology to solve transparency in particular.
VeChain is one of the oldest dedicated blockchain supply chain systems on the market, having launched in June 2016.
VeChain exists to disrupt traditional supply chain models. Using transparent technology with no single point of weakness or control allows for greater security, efficiency.
As a result, VeChain's model appeals to companies seeking to reduce supply chain complexity and give clients a more straightforward impression. According to VeChain's official documentation, its unique proposition is based on its dual-token configuration. Token holders can participate in activities such as staking, offering liquidity in exchange for incentives.
Algorand is a self-sustaining, autonomous, blockchain-based network that can be used for a variety of purposes. These systems are secure, scalable, and effective, which are all important characteristics for real-world applications. To generate new levels of confidence, Algorand can support computations that require accurate performance guarantees. The Algorand mainnet went live in June 2019 and by December 2020, it could support almost 1 million transactions a day.
Professor Silvio Micali of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology teaches computer science. In addition, he is the creator of Algorand, a decentralized payment system. In 2012, he received the Turing Prize.
In reaction to the sluggish transaction times of Bitcoin and other blockchains, Algorand was created to speed up transactions and increase performance. Since Algorand is based on a permissionless pure proof-of-stake blockchain protocol, it has very low transaction fees and no mining (unlike Bitcoin's energy-intensive process).
10 billion ALGO is minted, according to the Algorand blockchain's genesis. Instead of ending in 2024, the delivery of the fixed and immutable 10 billion ALGO will end in 2030.
Klaytn is a shared blockchain network that provides an open user interface and growth environment. It was launched in June 2019. The network brings together the best aspects of both public and private blockchains.
Klaytn seeks to make blockchain technologies accessible to a wide range of consumers, from micro businesses to large corporations. Several well-known brands have already shown interest in the idea.
GroundX, the organization behind the Klaytn blockchain, is led by Jaesun Han, its founder and CEO. Han holds a Ph.D. in computer science and electrical engineering. In 2007, Jaesun Han founded NexR, Korea's first big data and cloud computing software startup. Han became the chairman of the board of the Consortium of Cloud Computing Research in 2008. Jaesun Han is a credited adjunct professor at KAIST in addition to his business and entrepreneurial endeavors.
Without any technological experience, you can conveniently deploy your own chain or join other chains on Klaytn. You don't need to be a cryptographic specialist or have a thorough knowledge of blockchain technologies to participate. Klaytn is a platform that hosts a diverse set of decentralized applications (DApps), giving users practically limitless possibilities. Klaytn provides assistance for DApps in a variety of fields, including digital asset management, art collection, and trade.
Klaytn has drawn institutional investors such as Humanspace, Wemade Tree, and Piction Network due to its versatility.
Klaytn's network is based on a tweaked version of an Istanbul BFT that uses Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance. Klaytn also implements a proof-of-contribution (PoC) system, which is intended to reward all KlayTN token economy members who make significant contributions. It achieves a versatile, decentralized ecosystem by integrating these consensus structures, meaning that block validators are rewarded.
Chiliz (CHZ) is the most widely used digital currency in the sporting and entertainment industries. Fans can buy and sell branded Fan badges, as well as partake in, control, and vote in club-related surveys and polls.
Fans will buy these branded Fan tokens with CHZ, the platform's exclusive currency. Fans have access to unique prizes and incredible opportunities as well as gamification, social media, and leaderboard functionality as part of their ownership.
The CHZ Token is used solely to power Socios.com, the company's consumer-facing website where fans can use their Fan Tokens to participate in polls and surveys and earn rewards for doing so.
CHZ Tokens are expected to partake in Fan Token Offerings (FTO), the initial selling of Fan Tokens, and the Socios Locker Room, where public demand demonstrates to future partner clubs or sports how much interest there is in Fan Tokens, influencing clubs or sports brands to join Socios.com!
Via the consumer-facing website, Socios.com, CHZ Tokens can also be used to buy and sell Fan Tokens.
Chiliz's in-house exchange, www.chiliz.net, allows users to swap Fan Tokens for Chiliz Tokens (CHZ).
The CHZ Token has a lot of liquidity and can be found on some of the world's most well-known markets, including Binance (Cornerstone Investor), Bitpanda, HBTC, Paribu, Mercado, and HBTC.
Chiliz/socios.com offers a branded Fan Token and fan experience tool to sporting and entertainment organizations to help them connect and monetize their global audiences. FC Barcelona, Juventus, AC Milan, OG, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City, and the Professional Fighters League are among the 25 major sports/esports organizations that have introduced Fan tokens on the website.
The native cryptocurrency token of the crypto derivatives trading network FTX, which debuted on May 8, 2019, is FTT. The FTX team includes some of the most successful crypto traders in recent years. In terms of clawback avoidance, socialized defaults have claimed a large amount of consumer funds on other derivative markets. A three-tiered liquidation model is used by FTX to mitigate this. The leverage on current crypto futures exchanges is dispersed through several token wallets. Traders may use FTX to open leveraged accounts without having to sell on margin. A trader will buy a 3x short Bitcoin leveraged token on FTX if they want to short Bitcoin with 3x leverage.
Sam Bankman-Fried and Gary Wang founded the FTX Token, or FTT.
FTX: Cryptocurrency Derivatives Exchange's co-founder and chief operating officer is Sam Bankman-Fried. He is now the CEO of Almeda Research and formerly served at the Centre for Effective Altruism as the director of growth. From 2014 to 2017, he worked as a trader at Jane Street Capital.
FTX is sponsored by Almeda Research, one of the most well-known cryptocurrency trading firms. FTX is a tool created by industry experts with a proven track record. They cover a wide range of services, including collateral, maintenance margin, and liquidation procedures.
FTT is an exchange token that is compliant with the ERC-20 standard. The Ledger Nano X/S hardware wallet has an Ethereum app that helps users to safely store and handle FTT tokens.
The Blockchain Consilium auditing company does both the FTT and leveraged token security audits.
The UNUS SED LEO utility token is used in the iFinex ecosystem. A Latin quotation from one of Aesop's fables inspired the uncommon name.
Bitfinex customers can save money on trading costs by using the cryptocurrency. The amount of the discount is determined by the amount of LEO in the customer's account, and the savings are divided into three tiers. If a trading pair is crypto-to-crypto or crypto-to-stablecoin, there are fluctuations. UNUS SED LEO was released in May of this year, and unlike many other cryptocurrencies, it is not intended to last indefinitely.
SED UNITED STATES After Crypto Capital, the firm that handled its payments, had part of its funds confiscated by the government, iFinex created LEO. The parent company of Bitfinex, IFinex, has warned that these assets will not be recoverable. It decided to launch the LEO token to make up for the financial shortfall.
iFinex intends to buy back the token from customers until there are none left in circulation. To monitor the program's success, a reporting initiative was also initiated. On a monthly basis, iFinex is dedicated to purchasing UNUS SED LEO from the industry. The quantity bought and burnt accounts for at least 27% of iFinex's sales. On two blockchains, LEO tokens were released.
These are Ethereum and EOS-based coins, respectively. Bitfinex has launched a dashboard with real-time updates on the new supply and how many LEO tokens have been burnt. On a regular basis, bar charts equate LEO burns.
Cosmos seeks to provide an alternative to Bitcoin's "slow, costly, unscalable, and environmentally dangerous" proof-of-work protocols. Another aim of the project is to make the code less complicated and challenging for users. Interblockchain Communication protocols, such as those used by Bitcoin, make it easier for networks to communicate with one another. The network's beginnings can be traced back to 2014, when Tendermint, a key contributor, was created. ATOM tokens are obtained by a hybrid proof-of-stake algorithm, and they aid in the security of the Cosmos Hub.
Jae Kwon, Zarko Milosevic, and Ethan Buchman, co-founders of Tendermint, have stepped down as CEO. Kwon says he's still working on the idea, but he's concentrating on other projects right now. Tendermint's CEO, Peng Zhong, has taken over from Kwon.
The extent of instability found in blockchain networks are a big source of concern for those in the crypto industry. Cosmos plans to flip this on its head by creating a new kind of game.
Cosmos is dubbed "Blockchain 3.0" and is intended to be simple to use. The modularity is emphasized in the software development kit. Another goal is scalability, which means that significantly more transactions can be performed per second. If blockchains are ever to gain widespread acceptance, they must be able to meet demand.
Cosmos employs a proof-of-stake consensus algorithm, as previously mentioned. Validator nodes with more ATOM tokens staked are more likely to be preferred to validate transactions and win prizes. Nodes that are discovered to be behaving dishonestly are penalized, and they may lose the tokens they had on the line.
BitTorrent is a prominent peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing and torrenting network that has recently become more decentralized. BitTorrent, which was first launched in July 2001, was acquired in July 2018 by the blockchain company TRON. BitTorrent has added a number of new resources since its purchase, including the BTT native cryptocurrency token, which was released in February 2019. The TRC-10 protocol was used to launch BTT on TRON's own blockchain.
BitTorrent is the world's "most open P2P networking protocol," according to the company's official literature.
TRON completed its purchase of BitTorrent in 2018, putting it under Justin Sun's management. Sun is well-known for promoting TRON as a cryptocurrency as well as its blockchain technologies.
The initial aim of BitTorrent was to challenge the traditional film business. The key goal was unreliable and expensive delivery networks. BitTorrent became the de facto P2P file sharing site in the early 2000s.
BitTorrent Speed, which uses the BTT token as part of its operations, is one of the new features. BitTorrent has since entered the paid services market, with many "premium" models of the product available.
BitTorrent claims to use "the highest standard of security mechanisms" to keep consumer funds secure. Users should use biometric authentication to shield themselves against identity fraud, according to the organization.
Kusama is a platform for developers that is massively interoperable and scalable. Polkadot and Kusama have almost identical codebases. It is based on Parity Technologies' Substrate, a blockchain development package.
Fast-paced initiatives obtain access to a highly elastic, interoperable sharded network by deploying on Kusama. As a "canary network," Kusama explains itself. The platform is intended to serve as a testing ground for developers. Kusama is most widely used for early-stage startups and for exploration because it has a low barrier to entry for deploying parachains and low bond criteria for validators.
Kusama was founded by Parity Technologies, the same organization that created Polkadot. Kusama is supported by the Web3 Foundation and the Kusama growth team by grants. Kusama is now assisted by the Web3 foundation in terms of science and community advancement.
Kusama is designed for developers who choose to take on big projects. It uses a nominated proof-of-stake (NPoS) consensus framework and is based on a multichain, heterogeneously sharded architecture. Kusama is a modern peer-to-peer token-based currency that is decentralized and permissionless. Similar to Polkadot, it has on-chain governance capabilities. Without a fork, the Kusama network will execute rapid updates. Kusama also allows contact with other parachains through cross-chain message passing. The project assists projects that wish to get up and running quickly, releasing patches and enhancements without the need for a fork, creating full group stability.
Kusama is based on a consensus process called nominated proof-of-stake. This is done by a network of nominators (KSM stakers) who vote on which nodes to engage in the transaction validation process. To address cross-chain transactions, Kusama employs a basic queuing process based on Merkle trees. Validators on relay chains are in charge of transferring transfers from one chain to the next.
Bitcoin SV is the product of a great deal of commotion on the Bitcoin network. It all started in 2017 when Bitcoin experienced a hard fork, fracturing the network and resulting in the formation of Bitcoin Cash, a new altcoin. A year later, in 2018, Bitcoin Cash underwent its own hard fork, giving birth to Bitcoin SV.
Bitcoin SV (SV stands for Satoshi Vision) claims to be the original Bitcoin, a cryptocurrency that adheres to the goals of Satoshi Nakamoto, a pseudonymous creator.
The key goals of BSV are to provide security and scalability, which the initial BTC blockchain has failed to accomplish. “Bitcoin SV is intended to provide a simple option for miners and enable businesses to create applications and websites on it reliably,” according to the project's website.
Craig Wright, an Australian entrepreneur who has claimed to be Satoshi Nakamoto, pushed for the hard fork. Calvin Ayre, an entrepreneur, has regularly looked for investment opportunities in projects based on the blockchain.
With a better user experience and lower retailer prices, BSV claims to be able to replace "any payment system on the planet." Bitcoin is seen by some as a financial commodity rather than a currency that can be used for everyday transactions.
Bitcoin SV also aspires to be an enterprise blockchain solution for businesses interested in learning more about blockchain technology. When compared to its older siblings, BSV aspires to be unique in terms of scalability. Bitcoin SV appears to have a much larger block size than its predecessors, allowing it to process more transactions every day.
The proof-of-work consensus system is also used in Bitcoin SV. Miners must solve a complex mathematical puzzle before a block can be connected to a chain. This infrastructure aids in the protection against malicious attacks.
Uniswap is a well-known decentralized trading protocol that helps automate the trading of decentralized finance tokens. It was first released in November of last year, but it has gained a lot of traction this year. Uniswap wants to keep token trading automated and open to everyone with a token. Its aim is to make trading more efficient than it is on conventional exchanges. Uniswap went a step further in September 2020, developing and awarding its own governance token, UNI, to past protocol users. This increased both the opportunity for benefit and the ability for users to form the future of the entity — a desirable feature of decentralized organizations.
Hayden Adams, a former mechanical engineer at Siemens, founded Uniswap on November 2, 2018.
Uniswap is a website that aims to make AMMs on the Bitcoin protocol more accessible to a larger audience. It was inspired by Vitalik Buterin's protocol blog post. Hayden Adams, the platform's founder, worked on a variety of projects before putting it together.
The aim of Uniswap is to provide liquidity and trading for the DeFi sphere. For automatic exchange, the protocol uses a formula. Hayden Adams, the company's founder, claims to be the inventor of the formula's specific implementation.
The aim of Uniswap is to provide liquidity and trading for the DeFi community. For automatic exchange, the protocol employs a formula. Hayden Adams, the company's founder, claims to be the creator of the formula's specific implementation.
Uniswap's governance token (UNI) was developed to "officially enshrin[e] Uniswap as publicly-owned and self-sustaining infrastructure while carefully protecting its indestructible and autonomous qualities," according to the company.
The Wrapped Bitcoin (W BTC) is a tokenized Bitcoin that operates on the Ether (ETH) blockchain. W BTC complies with ERC-20, the decentralization chain's basic usability requirement.
WBTC is also backed by Bitcoin at a 1:1 ratio through a network of automatically controlled retailers and custodians. Wrapped Bitcoin was revealed on October 26, 2018, and it went live on January 31, 2019.
The Wrapped Tokens project, of which WBTC is a member, was not created by a single entity, but rather by three: BitGo, Kyber Network, and Ren.
BitGo is a digital asset custody, trading, and financial services company for institutions. BitGo is one of the founding custodians of W BTC, as well as one of its creators. Kyber Network is an on-blockchain liquidity protocol that allows various cryptocurrency tokens and DeFi applications to be integrated. It is based in Singapore and was founded in 2017 by Loi Luu, Victor Tran, and Yaron Velner. Ren is a company that specializes in integrating cryptocurrency assets and DeFi applications through multiple blockchains. Taiyang Zhang and Loong Wang created it in 2017.
Bitcoin has a huge user base since it is the oldest and biggest cryptocurrency on the market. Unlike Bitcoin, Bitcoin was designed from the ground up to accommodate more advanced use cases by incorporating smart contract technology. WBTC allows for complete incorporation of a Bitcoin-like commodity into this advanced world of financial decentralized applications, taking with it the BTC market's enormous liquidity.
Wrapped Bitcoin allows working with Bitcoin simpler for exchanges, wallets, and payment services. They can support W BTC operations with only one node instead of running two separate nodes for ETH and BTC networks.
WBTC tokens are protected by Ethereum, the parent blockchain on which they operate. In turn, the Ethash proof-of-work function, a member of the Keccak family of hash functions, protects ETH.
Compound is a decentralized lending protocol that enables users to gain interest on their cryptocurrencies by depositing them in one of the platform's pools. A customer receives c tokens when they deposit tokens into a Compound pool. The individual's stake in the pool is represented by these c tokens, which can be used to reclaim the underlying cryptocurrency. The value of these c tokens in relation to the underlying asset grows with time, allowing you to redeem them for more. The platform's success has skyrocketed since the introduction of the Compound mainnet in September 2018. The maximum loan-to-value (LTV) ratio varies by collateral asset, but it is currently between 50 and 75 percent.
Robert Leshner and Geoffrey Hayes, both of whom previously worked at Postmates, formed Compound in 2017. Both are also on the management team at Compound Labs, Inc. About a dozen people are now part of the Compound team, with over half of them working as engineers. Robert Leshner, in particular, has been a driving force behind the development of the blockchain industry.
Anyone who deposits endorsed tokens into Compound's open lending program will quickly collect interest on their balance or take out a guaranteed loan. Holders of the platform's native governance token, COMP, will propose protocol changes, discuss them, and vote about whether or not to introduce them. Tokens for Compound may be purchased on third-party exchanges or received by communicating with the Compound protocol.
Smart contracts manage everything on Compound automatically. On all properties backed by the network, the protocol imposes a collateralization factor, meaning that each pool is always overcollateralized. This system ensures that creditors retain their credit ratios, provides a safety net for lenders, and allows liquidators to make money.
Huobi (Chinese: pinyin: Hubwng) is a cryptocurrency exchange located in Seychelles. The group, which began in China, now has offices in Hong Kong, South Korea, Japan, and the United States. It became a publicly traded Hong Kong firm in August 2018.
Leon Li (Chinese: L Ln; pinyin: L Ln) founded Huobi in 2013. Li, a Tsinghua University graduate, worked at Oracle as a computational engineer before founding Huobi.
The Huobi Group (火币集团) purchased the huobi.com domain on May 15, 2013.
Huobi unveiled a simulation trading platform on August 1 and a Bitcoin trading platform on September 1.
Hong Kong, Korea, and Japan are all home to Huobi. Houbi's US strategic partner is HBUS, which was established in July 2018 and is based in San Francisco, California. Huobi and Tsinghua University formed a "Digital Asset Analysis Initiative" in April 2015, and Huobi funded a "digital asset research project."
XRP is the currency that runs on RippleNet, a digital payment network built on top of the XRP Ledger distributed ledger database. Though RippleNet is operated by Ripple, the XRP Ledger is open-source and not built on blockchain, but rather on the previously listed distributed ledger database.
The RippleNet payment network is a real-time gross settlement (RTGS) system with the aim of enabling global instant monetary transactions. Although the XRP Ledger's native cryptocurrency is XRP, you can use any currency to transact on the network. Though Ryan Fugger first proposed the Ripple payment platform in 2004, it wasn't until Jed McCaleb and Chris Larson took over the project in 2012 that Ripple started to take shape at the time, it was also called OpenCoin.
Ripple built XRP as a faster, less expensive, and more scalable alternative to other digital. The global XRP Community maintains RippleNet's ledger, with Ripple the organization as an active participant. The XRP Ledger processes transactions every 3-5 seconds, or whenever independent validator nodes agree on the order and validity of XRP transactions as opposed to proof-of-work mining, which is used by Bitcoin (BTC). Ripple validators may be anyone, and the list currently includes Ripple as well as colleges, financial firms, and others.
Tezos is a blockchain-based network similar to Bitcoin that is based on smart contracts. Tezos, on the other hand, aspires to have more modern infrastructure. It can grow and improve over time without ever having to worry about a hard fork. Tezos claims that its smart contract language is accurate enough for high-value use cases. Tezos claims that its strategy ensures that it can stay cutting-edge in the future. Tezos' underlying technology was first proposed in a white paper published in September 2014. The Tezos mainnet released four years later, after a number of delays.
Tezos' underlying technology was first proposed in a white paper published in September 2014. The Tezos mainnet was released four years later, after a number of delays. He and his wife Kathleen started a company called Dynamic Ledger Solutions, which was charged with writing the Tezos protocol's code.
Staking is a popular practice across blockchains, but Tezos has a special take on it. Baking allows participants to participate in the network's governance by essentially staking 8,000 XTZ. This provides a financial opportunity for people to be truthful. Bakers are then given a four-step process to vote on proposed improvements to the blockchain's code, which takes about 23 days. Tezos is also unusual in the way it has begun to be adopted by high-profile companies. The French banking giant Societe Generale revealed in September 2020 that it will use this blockchain to experiment with a central bank digital currency. Tezos staking is now supported by major cryptocurrency exchanges including Binance and Coinbase, allowing users to earn incentives based on the amount of XTZ they own. This isn't a functionality that you'll find in many digital properties.
Tezos uses the same proof-of-stake consensus system as other blockchains.
By making a security deposit, everyone can become a validator and contribute to the network's smooth operation. To encourage ethical conduct, those who work in the blockchain's best interests are rewarded, while those who behave dishonestly risk losing their entire stake.
Celsius (CEL) is a cryptocurrency user's all-in-one banking and financial services platform. It was launched in June 2018 and provides incentives for cryptocurrency deposits. Users of the site are paid on a monthly basis and earn returns on their investments.
In 2017, designers Alex Mashinsky and Daniel Leon came up with the concept for Celsius. Mashinsky has focused on VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) and other technology since the 1990s. With seven startups and 35 patents under his belt, Celsius is far from a novice in the business world. Daniel Leon, co-founder and COO, has prior experience working on early-stage startups.
Celsius's token is based on a tweaked proof-of-stake algorithm. In a presentation in June 2020, the organization presented wider security protocols. If consumers do not use a client-oriented wallet, there is a chance of fraud.
Celsius's native token is CEL. It has a variety of user-related features and can be traded easily outside of the web.
CEL has a total stock of 695,658,161 tokens, with 76 percent in use and 24 percent locked according to a timeline outlined in the project's technical documentation. In May 2018, CEL held an initial coin offering (ICO). The presale and crowdsale both took 50% of the token stock, with the treasury getting 27%, the team getting 19%, and partners and advertisers getting 2% each. On Ethereum, CEL is an ERC-20 basic token.
TRON says its network can handle 2,000 transactions per second. Unlike Bitcoin, which can handle up to six transactions a second, TRON says it can handle more. This project is best described as a decentralized network focusing on content sharing and entertainment.
TRON has divided its objectives into six stages. Delivering easy distributed file sharing, incentivizing content development through monetary incentives, enabling content creators to launch their own personal tokens, and decentralizing the gaming industry are just a few examples.
Justin Sun, who is now the CEO of TRON, founded the company. He received his education at Peking University and the University of Pennsylvania, and he was named to Forbes Asia's 30 Under 30 list of young entrepreneurs.
TRON has positioned itself as a place where content creators can directly communicate with their viewers. It is hoped that by removing centralized channels producers would lose less money to middlemen. As a result, customers will be able to obtain content at a lower cost. The business also claims to have a talented and seasoned developer team that has been recruited from major companies such as Ripple Labs and is located all over the world. Last but not least, while several other blockchain projects are secretive about their growth plans, TRON stands out by releasing a roadmap that outlines its goals for the coming years.
TRON makes use of a consensus system called delegated proof-of-stake. Owners of TRX can freeze their coins in order to gain Tron Power, which allows them to vote for "super senators" "Super senators" act as block producers in return for verifying transactions.
EOS is a framework that allows developers to create decentralized applications (otherwise known as DApps for short.) The project aims to make adopting blockchain technology as simple as possible for programmers. It also wants to make the network more user-friendly than competitors'. EOS also seeks to enhance the consumer and company experience. Although the project aims to give customers more protection and less friction, it also aims to give businesses more flexibility and enforcement.
The blockchain launched back in June 2018.
Block.one created the EOS platform, and Daniel Larimer and Brendan Blumer wrote the white paper that accompanied it.Both men remain on the executive team at Block.one, with Blumer serving as CEO and Daniel Larimer as CTO. Blumer is a serial entrepreneur who got his start selling virtual assets for video games. He went on to co-found Okay.com, a Hong Kong-based digitally oriented real estate agency.
Larimer is a software developer who has also launched a number of cryptocurrency businesses. BitShares, a cryptocurrency trading site, and Steem are two of them.
EOS.IO has the ability to handle hundreds, if not thousands, of DApp requests. It uses a modular approach and parallel execution, according to the company. The network is driven by the cryptocurrency EOS. Token holders will vote for block manufacturers, which is an interesting twist. Some claim that since Block.one is so heavily involved in this project, it is very centralized.
One of Monero’s main goals has to prevent centralization — and this network uses a consensus mechanism called CryptoNight, which is based on proof-of-work. This prevents large mining farms from becoming a dominant force. Terra will begin offering stablecoins pegged to the US dollar, South Korean won, Mongolian tugrik, and the IMF basket of currencies in September 2020. The native token of Terra, LUNA, is used to keep the price of the protocol's stablecoins stable.
Daniel Shin and Do Kwon created Terra in January 2018. Kwon was appointed CEO of Terraform Labs, the company that created Terra. Shin co-founded Ticket Monster, also known as TMON, a major e-commerce platform in South Korea. Anyfi, a startup that provides decentralized wireless mesh networking solutions, was founded by Kwon and he served as its CEO. He has also worked for Microsoft and Apple as a software engineer.
Terra aims to differentiate itself by employing fiat-pegged stablecoins. It maintains its one-to-one peg thanks to an algorithm that changes stablecoin supply in response to demand. It encourages LUNA holders to exchange LUNA for stablecoins at advantageous exchange rates.
Terra has partnered with a number of payment platforms, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. The merchant is paid (on average) a 2 percent–3 percent fee for each purchase. The Terra Alliance, a coalition of companies and networks calling for Terra adoption, is behind it. E-commerce sites from ten separate countries, totaling 45 million users. The Terra network is protected by a Tendermint-based proof-of-stake consensus algorithm. Holders of the LUNA token put their tokens up as collateral to validate transactions. Terra also provides validator nodes with additional advice on how to help keep the network safe. CertiK, a technology auditing company, conducted a security audit of Terra's mainnet in May 2019, shortly after it went live.
Revain is an online platform for developers to receive constructive feedback about their projects. The protocol also incentivizes authors to provide high-quality reviews. Revain's ultimate goal is to create a legitimate and genuine feedback structure for all global products and services. The platform runs on two different tokens, the REV and the RVN, allowing for smooth functioning of the system. It was the first platform to combine the features of traditional review sites and blockchain technology.
Revain was founded in 2018 by a group of Moscow-based technology experts.
Rinat Arslanov, who is also the platform's new CEO, created the platform. Arslanov has more than ten years of experience in the blockchain industry as a venture capitalist and entrepreneur. CFO Grigor Aproyan, COO Aleksey Belashenko, CTO Andrew Timokhin, product owner Dmitry Bogachev, artist Vlad Bocharov, digital strategist Ksenia Fendich, and account manager Tatiana Muntyanu are among the other prominent team members.
Revain appears to have amassed the industry's highest amount of user ratings. Casinos, exchanges, mining pools, wallets, and sports are the seven main divisions of the protocol. Revain enables businesses to set strict standards for assessing the accuracy of user-generated content. The network sets itself apart from other blockchain
Fantom is a decentralized finance framework for developers that uses guided acyclic graph (DAG) smart contracts. Fantom aims to address issues with smart-contract systems, especially transaction speed. The Fantom Foundation was founded in 2018 to administer the Fantom product offering.
Dr. Ahn Byung Ik, a South Korean computer scientist, founded the Fantom Foundation. Michael Kong is the platform's current CEO. The goal of Fantom is to build a smart contract network that prioritizes scalability, decentralization, and stability. Fantom's team has a lot of experience in blockchain development, particularly full-stack blockchain development.
Fantom intends to promote DeFi and associated programs by using a new consensus system that was designed from the ground up. Lachesis, the process, guarantees much higher capacity and transaction completion in two seconds. FTM, the company's own PoS token, is the cornerstone of transfers and allows for fee collection and staking. Fantom raised nearly $40 million in 2018 from token sales to finance growth.
To deliver utilities and protect its network, Fantom employs a unique proof-of-stake algorithm. It is an example of a synchronous byzantine fault resistant consensus system known as Lachesis.
Chiliz/socios.com provides sports & entertainment organisations with a branded Fan Token and fan engagement platform to help them engage & monetize their global audiences. 25 major sports/esports organisations, including the likes of FC Barcelona, Juventus, AC Milan, OG, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester City and Professional Fighters League have all launched Fan tokens on the platform.
The network will be driven by the HoloFuel token, which is currently being reviewed. The token can be used to pay hosts for their services via an accounting scheme. The project is currently in the works, so it should be ready for free alpha and beta testing in 2021. Arthur Brock and Eric Harris-Braun, both accomplished contract coders, co-founded Holo. As part of the MetaCurrency Team, the two began collaborating on the project in December 2016.
Brock has worked on alternate currency schemes before. Geek Gene, a company that created community-building software, was co-founded by him. Brock was elected a fellow of the Edmond Hillary Fellowship in New Zealand in March 2019.
Holo is intended to serve as a link between Holochain, which represents the crypto universe, and ordinary users. The project emphasizes developments that will "allow a large change in the environment," according to the project.
The network is made up of a number of hosts that provide storage and computing power for Holochain-based DApps. In return, hosts are compensated with a token built exclusively for microtransactions. The project's business model focuses on creating a peer-to-peer network of hosts and apps, contrasting its expected effect on smartphone sharing to that of Uber and Airbnb on the taxi and hotel industries, respectively.
To protect its networks, Holo does not rely on global consensus. Each DApp has its own collection of validation rules as well as a local hash chain for storing data. End-to-end encryption is used to link hosts and applications, and a globally distributed network of servers is used. Holochain is planned to be as decentralized as possible, according to its development team, in order to minimize risks.
Maker (MKR) is the MakerDAO and Maker Protocol's governance token. It enables users to build and maintain DAIs. Maker is a project tasked with running DAI, a decentralized cryptocurrency owned by the crowd and soft-pegged to the US dollar. MKR tokens double as a voting share for the DAI management association.
The Maker ecosystem is one of the first ventures in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space, which aims to create decentralized financial goods based on smart-contract-enabled blockchains like Ethereum.
MakerDAO, the first organization inside the Maker community, was established in 2015 by Rune Christensen, a Sealand, Denmark-based entrepreneur. Christensen earned a biochemistry degree from Copenhagen University and studied international business at Copenhagen Business School. Prior to joining MakerDAO, he co-founded and ran the multinational recruiting firm Try China.
With a market capitalization of over $800 million, DAI is the 25th largest cryptocurrency. It has more active addresses than USDT, the most common stablecoin.
The value proposition of MKR is that it requires its investors to actively share in the governance of DAI. Any Maker token holder has the right to vote on a variety of amendments to the Maker Protocol, with the size of their MKR stake determining their voting capacity. Adding additional collateral asset forms to the protocol and changing the DAI Savings Rate are two facets of the protocol that investors may vote on.
MKR is an ERC-20 token, which means it runs on the Ethereum blockchain and is protected by it. The Ethash proof-of-work function, in turn, protects Ethereum.
The DAI is a soft-pegged currency to the US dollar. As new DAI is minted, it is collateralized by a combination of other cryptocurrencies that are stored into smart-contract vaults.
In November of this year, the Multi-Collateral DAI was released.
A single cryptocurrency can only be used to back DAI tokens. The DAI Savings Rate, which helps users to save money by keeping DAI tokens, is also not supported by DAI.
DAI is notable for the fact that it was not founded by a single individual or a select group of co-founders. The MakerDAO and Maker Protocol, on the other hand, control the creation of the program that drives it as well as the issuance of new tokens. MakerDAO is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), which is a type of business that operates decentralized through smart contracts, which are self-enforcing agreements written in software code and implemented on the Ethereum blockchain. The holders of Maker tokens govern this company democratically. Holders of MakerDAO, Maker Protocol, and DAI will vote on key decisions affecting the production of MakerDAO, Maker Protocol, and DAI. MakerDAO was originally founded by Danish entrepreneur Rune Christensen in 2015. Christensen studied biochemistry and international business in Copenhagen.
The key benefit of DAI is its soft peg to the US dollar's speed. The cryptocurrency industry is infamous for its instability, with even the most valuable cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, seeing price swings of 10% or more. Stablecoins, of which DAI is an example, is one type of asset. There are cryptocurrencies whose prices are linked to commodities that have a comparatively steady value, such as conventional fiat currencies like the US dollar or the euro. DAI is operated by a decentralized independent corporation using a software protocol, rather than by a private entity. Self-enforcing smart contracts handle and register all token issuance and burning events.
DAI is an ERC-20-compliant Ethereum-based coin. As a result, Ethereum's Ethash algorithm protects it.
Ontology is an open-source blockchain that specializes in digital identity and records. Its infrastructure facilitates Layer 2 scalability and efficient cross-chain cooperation. ONT ID, a smartphone digital ID tool, and DID, which are used in the ecosystem, are among Ontology's features. Ontology preferred a sequence of crowd distributions and airdrops of its ONT cryptocurrency over the common initial coin offering (ICO) model. On June 30, 2018, Ontology launched its own MainNet, which is now independent of the NEO blockchain. Soon after it became valid, the ONT token was listed on major exchanges such as Binance.
Li Jun, the company's founder, founded Ontology. Ontology obtained technical assistance from several members of Onchain's developer team during its early stages of production. However, the two have both remained legally distinct projects with their own objectives.
Ontology preferred a sequence of crowd distributions and airdrops of its ONT cryptocurrency over the common initial coin offering (ICO) model. On June 30, 2018, Ontology launched its own MainNet, which is now independent of the NEO blockchain. Soon after it became valid, the ONT token was listed on major exchanges such as Binance.
Since the Ontology network is completely decentralized, it is extremely immune to attacks, which will need to hit more than half of the linked devices to have some impact.
The BTG network aspires to balance Bitcoin's stability and sturdiness with the ability to innovate and grow. The business wants to create a coin that has the same implementation capability as Bitcoin, allowing DeFi and DApp users to access the coin more easily.
Hang Yin is a co-founder of Bitcoin Gold and its lead developer. In 2015, he earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from Fudan University. Yin joined Google as a software developer in late 2015. Martin Kuvandzhiev is Bitcoin Gold's second co-founder. He earned a bachelor's degree in computer science engineering from Sofia's Technical University. He is also the CEO of Assetify.net and the founder of another firm called GoStartups.net.
Through implementing a new proof-of-work algorithm, Bitcoin Gold seeks to revolutionize the mining process. BTG can be used on several exchanges, as well as swap sites and wallets. Bitcoin Gold is an open-source protocol that enables users to openly engage in the blockchain's governance and growth. The token has piqued the interest of retail and corporate investors.
Bitcoin Gold is a Bitcoin hard fork that uses the proof-of-work (PoW) consensus system. By adding the Equihash PoW, one of BTG's key aims was to revolutionize the minting process. This version of PoW needs more memory than an ASIC can have, but it runs smoothly on a wide range of graphics cards.
Aave is a shared finance protocol that enables users to lend and borrow cryptocurrency. Depositing digital assets into specially developed liquidity pools earns lenders money. Borrowers will also use this liquidity to take out a flash loan using their crypto as collateral. When it first launched in November 2017, Aave was known as ETHLend, but it was rebranded as Aave in September 2018. Holders of AAVE receive reduced network payments and it also acts as a governance token.
Stani Kulechov founded Aave and its predecessor, ETHLend. The shortage of lending applications on the Ether-based site irritated him. The company's CEO said that he needed to rebrand it so that it could have a broader spectrum of services.
Aave's key target group, according to Kulechov, is people who are already involved in the cryptocurrency culture.
When opposed to rivals in an exceedingly crowded industry, Aave has many distinct selling points. During the summer of 2020, when DeFi is all the rage,
Aave helps users to borrow and lend in about 20 different cryptocurrencies. "Flash loans," which have been billed as the first uncollateralized loan option in the DeFi market, are one of Aave's flagship items. Set and variable interest rates will go back and forth between the two.
Aave's open-source protocol is based on Ethereum, a blockchain that is transitioning from Proof-of-Work to Proof-of-Stake at the moment.
Polygon (previously Matic Network) is the world's first well-structured, simple-to-use scaling and infrastructure growth tool. Polygon SDK, the platform's central feature, is a modular, scalable framework that can be used to create a variety of applications. The $MATIC token will survive indefinitely and will play an increasingly important role in the system's security and governance.
Binance and Coinbase have backed Polygon (formerly Matic Network), a Layer 2 scaling solution. The project aims to increase cryptocurrency acceptance by addressing scalability issues through multiple blockchains. Polygon will now host an infinite number of decentralized frameworks on their platform thanks to the Plasma architecture. Polygon's PoS-secured Bitcoin sidechain has now drawn more than 50 DApps. MATIC tokens are used for payment services and as a settlement currency for users who work within the Polygon ecosystem, and transaction costs on the Polygon sidechain are also charged in MATIC tokens. It boasts of up to 65,000 transactions per second on a single side chain, along with a respectable block confirmation time of less than two seconds.
Polygon was created in October 2017 by Jaynti Kanani, Sandeep Nailwal, and Anurag Arjun. The Plasma MVP, the WalletConnect protocol, and the commonly used event notification engine were all implemented by the team on Dagger. Polygon was a major player to the blockchain industry before launching the network in 2019.
Jaynti was instrumental in the creation of Web3, Plasma, and the WalletConnect protocol. Polygon's only non-programming co-founders are Sandeep Nailwal and Anurag Arjun. Jaynti previously worked for Housing.com and Scopeweaver as a data scientist.
Jaynti was instrumental in the creation of Web3, Plasma, and the WalletConnect protocol. Polygon's only non-programming co-founders are Sandeep Nailwal and Anurag Arjun. Jaynti previously worked for Housing.com and Scopeweaver as a data scientist.
Polygon's asset protection is provided by a network of proof-of-stake validators. Validators must stake MATIC tokens as collateral in order to participate in the network's PoS consensus process. At the block producer layer, block producers reach a greater level of decentralization. This block producers use checkpoints and fraud-proof systems to grant the main chains finality.
Cardano is a blockchain network based on proof-of-stake. The open-source project also seeks to "redistribute control away from unaccountable institutions and toward individuals." Cardano was established in 2017, and the ADA token was created to allow owners to participate in the network's service. Cardano aims to make it possible to create modular decentralized applications and smart contracts. Agricultural companies are now using it to track fresh produce from field to fork. Educational certificates can be processed in a tamper-proof manner using products built on the framework.
Charles Hoskinson, who was also one of the network's co-founders, founded Cardano. Hoskinson is the CEO of IOHK, the firm that produced the Cardano blockchain. He became interested in cryptocurrencies in 2011 and experimented with mining and trading. Hoskinson is a mathematician in addition to being a technology entrepreneur. His technology firm contributed $500,000 in ADA to the University of Wyoming's Blockchain Research and Development Lab in 2020.
Cardano is one of the most well-known blockchains to have successfully implemented a proof-of-stake consensus process, which is less energy-intensive than Bitcoin's proof-of-work algorithm. While Ethereum, which is much larger, will upgrade to PoS, this will be a gradual process.
The project is proud of the fact that all of the technology it has created has gone through a peer-reviewed development phase. According to the team, this academic rigor contributes to the blockchain's durability and stability. Cardano held a Shelley update in 2020, with the aim of making its blockchain "50 to 100 times more decentralized" than other major blockchains. Hoskinson projected at the time that this would allow hundreds of assets to operate on its network.
Synthetix is a decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol that allows users to trade crypto and non-crypto assets on the blockchain. The platform seeks to diversify the cryptocurrency industry by adding non-blockchain currencies, giving users access to a more stable financial market.
Kain Warwick, under the name Havven, launched the network in September 2017. (HAV). Within a year, the company changed its name to Synthetix. Synthetix was founded by Kain Warwick, who is also a non-executive director of the blueshyft retail network. The project's CEO, Peter McKean, has over two decades of software development experience. The CTO, Justin J. Moses, was formerly the director of engineering at MongoDB. He also co-founded Pouncer, an Australian-only auction site.
Synthetix is a synthetic asset network and open trading (DEX). The protocol is set up in such a manner that users can access the underlying resource by synths without having to retain the underlying asset themselves. The SNX tokens are used as collateral for the minted synthetic money. It also has a staking pool where investors can stake their SNX tokens in return for a share of the exchange's transaction fees.
The ERC20 standard is supported by the SNX token. Proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus is used to protect the network. Holders of SNX stake their coins and benefit from network payments.
Bitcoin Cash is a peer-to-peer electronic cash system. It aims to be a reliable digital currency with quick payments and low transaction fees. Bitcoin Cash transfers are sent directly from one person to another. Bitcoin Cash does not need any trusted third parties or a central bank because it is a permissionless, decentralized cryptocurrency. Unlike conventional fiat money, Bitcoin Cash is not reliant on monetary intermediaries such as banks. Bitcoin Currency is provably scarce and, like physical cash, can be easily spent. There is a small total supply of 21 million coins. With a smartphone or device, anyone can accept Bitcoin Cash payments.
Bitcoin Cash can be used to pay participating retailers for products and services in-store and online. New micro-transaction economies, such as tipping content creators and rewarding app users with a few cents, are enabled by extremely low fees. Remittances and cross-border exchange costs and transfer times are also reduced with Bitcoin Cash.
Concerns about Bitcoin's scalability caused the Bitcoin project and culture to break in 2017. As a result of the hard fork, Bitcoin Cash was developed, a new cryptocurrency. Supporters believe Bitcoin Cash is the legitimate continuation of Bitcoin project as peer-to-peer electronic cash.
The Bitcoin Cash block size was increased from 1MB to 8MB at the time of the split. Bitcoin Cash has a block size of 32MB as of November 2020. It can now perform considerably more transactions per second.
Mining is a very competitive industry. More miners are incentivized to put more hash rate into the ever-increasing miner rivalry to generate blocks and get them approved by the Bitcoin Cash network as the market price of Bitcoin Cash increases. By rising and spreading the hash rate, more miners make the network more stable. This keeps the network from being dominated by a single miner. Bitcoin Cash can be mined by anyone, but miners need specialized equipment to create blocks. Miners often pool their hash rate and share proportionally in the block rewards received. The majority of miners are currently running BCHN.
Binance USD (BUSD) is a 1:1 USD-backed stable coin issued by Binance (in collaboration with Paxos), which has been authorized and supervised by the New York State Department of Financial Services (NYDFS), The BUSD Monthly Audit Report is available on the district's website. BUSD, which debuted on September 5, 2019, seeks to combine the dollar's resilience with blockchain technology. It's a digital fiat currency that's based on the ERC-20 standard and supports BEP-2.
Your digital dollars (BUSD) can be transferred anywhere in minutes, at a low rate, and on the blockchain.
BUSD can be traded on a variety of exchanges and DEXs. To gain interest, make a deposit in BUSD.
BUSD is accepted as a form of payment for goods and services. Use BUSD as a loan asset and collateral.
In futures, use BUSD as cross collateral. BUSD can be held in a wallet or on an exchange.
For networks like IPFS, the Graph is an indexing protocol for querying results. Anyone can create and publish free APIs, known as subgraphs, that can be queried by applications. In development, there is a hosted service that makes it simple for developers to get started. Thousands of developers have deployed over 3,000 subgraphs for DApps such as Uniswap, Synthetix, Aragon, AAVE, Gnosis, Balancer, Livepeer, DAOstack, Decentraland, and several others. Graph use has increased by more than 50% month over month, reaching over 7 billion queries in September 2020. The Graph collected funds from group stakeholders, strategic VCs, and prominent individuals to support network growth.
Leading up to the IPO and acquisition by Salesforce, Puppet, Redhat, and Barclays, the Graph team included experts from the Ethereum Foundation, OpenZeppelin, Decentraland, Orchid, and MuleSoft. Yaniv Tal (project lead), Brandon Ramirez (research lead), and Jannis Pohlmann make up the original co-founding committee (tech lead) The founders are engineers who have been working together for 5-8 years. They recently co-founded a developer tools company and have dedicated a large portion of their careers to improving the API stack.
Indexers, Curators, and Delegators lock up Graph Token (GRT) in order to offer indexing and curating services to the network. GRT will be an ERC-20 token that will be used to assign network services and gain income equal to the amount of work they do and their GRT stake. The Graph is trying to make open public networks more secure and accessible to the general public.
On top of blockchains, The Graph has created an open data layer. Subgraphs are open APIs that allow you to pull data from the blockchain in the most powerful and streamlined manner possible.
Hashgraph is intended to be a more equitable and effective scheme. It overcomes some of the drawbacks of older blockchain-based platforms. Individuals and corporations will use it to build efficient decentralized applications.
It was launched with free access to the mainnet little over a year after it was financed by an initial coin offering (ICO).
Inside the Hedera public network, the HBAR token serves a dual purpose. Since HBAR users may stake their tokens to help protect the platform's credibility, it's used to help defend the network.
Dr. Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon are the two authors of Hedera Hashgraph.
The hashgraph distributed consensus algorithm is said to have been funded by Dr. Leemon Baird. He is now the chief scientist for Hedera. Baird has worked in numerous computer science and security positions for over a decade.
Mance Harmon, the CEO of Hedera, is a veteran technology leader and entrepreneur. Harmon has held executive positions at a number of well-known companies for almost two decades. Mance Harmon is the co-founder and CEO of Swirlds, in addition to being Dr. Leemon Baird's partner.
Hedera Hashgraph is based on a Hashgraph, which is a new form of distributed ledger technology. The average transaction fee is $0.0001 USD, and transactions are usually completed in under five seconds. According to the website, it can process more than 10,000 transactions per second.
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Users can conveniently configure and mint both fungible and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) on Hedera with only a few lines of code using this token service.
Any program or network that requires a stable, verifiable log of events may use this consensus service as a layer of trust.
Developers may use smart contract tools to create effective and scalable decentralized apps.
Proof-of-deletion, managed mutability, and time-based file expiry are all characteristics of decentralized file storage systems.
Hedera hedera hedera he To keep its network stable, Hashgraph employs a novel consensus mechanism known as Hashgraph consensus. This is accomplished by the utilization of a revolving governing council made up of up to 39 diverse organisations. The protection configuration of Hedera guarantees "asynchronous" Byzantine fault tolerance (ABFT) Users of the HBAR network will stake their money to help secure the network, and there are proposals to move to a permissionless scheme.
Binance, which was established in July 2017, is one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges. By attempting to place cryptocurrency exchanges at the forefront of global financial operation. The name Binance was chosen to represent a new trend of global finance known as Binary Finance, or Binance.
Binance has introduced a whole ecosystem of functionalities for its customers, in addition to becoming the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. The Binance Chain, Academy, Trusted Wallet, and Research projects are all part of the Binance network, and they all use blockchain technology to introduce new-age finance to the world. Many of Binance's sub-projects depend on Binance Coin to run properly.
Changpeng Zhao began his career at Bloomberg in 2001. He worked for the corporation for four years before becoming a partner. Changpeng Zhao is the CEO of Binance. He has been working with blockchain technology since 2013. He founded Binance in 2017 and has been the company. Binance's co-founder and chief marketing officer is He Yi. Yi began her career as a TV anchor and presenter for China Travel TV. In 2017, she teamed up with Changpeng Zhao to form Binance.
Binance is a decentralized, blockchain-based network ecosystem. The company has grown to be the most popular cryptocurrency exchange in a number of countries, and their subsidiary companies are gaining a lot of attention as well.
Binance's desire for growth is one of the most significant strategic advantages. Although Binance began as a crypto exchange in 2017, it has since expanded its services to include a wide range of industries. The company's goal, according to its website, is to become the blockchain ecosystem's infrastructure services provider.
The exchange has also benefited from increased investor interest in the Binance Coin since its launch. BNB saw a major price drop.
Enjin Coin was first revealed in July 2017 and went live on Ethereum's mainnet in June 2018. Enjin Coin is a collaboration of Enjin, an organization that offers a blockchain-based gaming ecosystem of integrated goods. The Enjin Network is Enjin's flagship product, a social gaming app that allows users to build websites and clans, chat, and host virtual item shops. Enjin Coin (ENJ) is a cryptographic store of value that is used to back the value of non-fungible tokens and other blockchain properties (NFTs)
Minting blockchain properties with ENJ has a number of advantages for both developers and users:
Enjin's goal is to provide applications that makes it simple for everyone to create, trade, monetize, and sell blockchain. Enjin, which was established in 2009, has its origins in the game industry, with its first offering, the Enjin Network, a gaming community forum. Witek Radomski, one of Enjin's co-founders, wrote the code for one of the first non-fungible tokens (NFTs) The Enjin ecosystem, which is built on top of an on-chain architecture, allows game creators and companies of all sizes to use tokenized digital properties.
Maxim Blagov and Witek Radomski created Enjin in 2009 as a gaming community forum. Blagova has worked in artistic direction, marketing, project management, and software design. Radomski is also the creator of the ERC-1155 token standard, which allows both fungible and nonfungible tokens to be created. In 2012, Radomski became involved in Bitcoin and persuaded Enjin to consider it as a form of payment.
Any token minted with the Enjin Platform is directly backed by ENJ, providing in-game products with real-world liquidity. The group, according to co-founder Blagov, is based on adoption. Enjin Coin mints custom tokens using a set of smart contracts to which game developers submit ENJ. The Enjin Marketplace, which launched in September 2019, is where these tokens will be exchanged. Enjin Coin employs a combination of on-chain and off-chain operations. A Trusted Platform contacts the users' smart wallets when a transaction is made within the Enjin ecosystem.
On the Bitcoin network, Enjin Coin is an ERC-20 token. Miners fight for new blocks to be added to the network. Enjin Coin's underlying smart contracts have been audited many times. Enjin unveiled a bug bounty scheme by information technology firm HackerOne in October 2020.
Chainlink is an abstraction layer that allows smart contracts to be universally linked. Chainlink enables blockchains to securely communicate with external data feeds, events, and payment methods through a decentralized oracle network. A vast open-source group of data providers, node operators, smart contract developers, researchers, security auditors, and others power the Chainlink Network.
Sergey Nazarov is the CEO and co-founder of Chainlink Labs. ExistLocal is a peer-to-peer marketplace for authentic local experiences. Nazarov studied at New York University's Stern School of Business.
Sergey Nazarov founded Chainlink as a result of one of his entrepreneurial projects, SmartContract. In 2014, Nazarov teamed up with Steve Ellis to launch SmartContract, a network that connects smart contracts to external data.
In 2010, Steve Ellis earned a bachelor's degree in computer science from New York University. He started working at Pivotal Labs as a software engineer soon after graduation. He co-founded the Secure Asset Exchange in 2014, which provides simple web access to a decentralized asset exchange.
Chainlink was one of the first networks to enable off-chain data to be used in smart contracts. Chainlink is a major player in the data processing market. Data providers can directly sell access to data to Chainlink, allowing them to monetize their data.
Chainlink enables users to become node operators and earn money by running essential data infrastructure. Chainlink brings together a large number of node operators to power a wide variety of decentralized Price Feed oracle networks.
Neo describes itself as a "rapidly growing and evolving" ecosystem with the intention of being the internet's next generation's base. This project, formerly known as Antshares, was thought to be China's first-ever public blockchain. EcoBoost's blockchain is intended to allow people to build decentralized applications and smart contracts. It's often compared to the Chinese Bitcoin network.
Da Hongfei and Erik Zhang are the co-founders of Neo and its predecessor, Antshares. Both are chairmen of the Neo Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to promoting blockchain adoption. Da Hongfei has stated that, while the internet is a fantastic innovation, it is not without faults, which means that ordinary consumers do not always have control over their personal data. Blockchain apps, according to the entrepreneur, would soon become popular. The Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm was created by Zhang. He's a key figure in the growth of Neo 3.0, the project's next infrastructure version.
One of the Neo blockchain's distinct selling points is its ongoing growth. This means that it is future-proof and capable of dealing with unexpected demand spikes.
NEO and GAS are the native tokens of the Neo network. NEO is a cryptocurrency that acts as an investment token and enables users to vote on changes. GAS is a cryptocurrency that is used to pay fees for network transactions. EcoBoost is a program that "supports high-potential projects across their entire life cycle."
Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance is used by Neo. The blockchain is said to be capable of handling thousands of transactions per second. Given that both consensus mechanisms enable token holders to vote for the delegates who will process transactions, there are some parallels with delegated proof-of-stake.
As previously mentioned, Neo employs Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance, and the blockchain is said to be capable of handling thousands of transactions per second.
According to Neo, the dBFT mechanism was inspired by the Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm. Token holders will vote for the delegates who will process transactions in a delegated proof-of-stake system. At least two-thirds of the blocks in a blockchain are inserted.
The Basic Attention Symbol, or BAT, is the digital advertising platform's token. It is intended to equally compensate consumers for their time while still supplying marketers with a greater return on their advertising investment. The Brave Browser is used to offer this experience. The Basic Attention Token, which is shared between advertisers, publishers, and consumers, is the incentive unit in this advertisement ecosystem. Advertisers invest in BAT tokens for their promotional campaigns, with consumers receiving 70% of the budget. The Basic Attention Token (BAT) was released in 2017 after one of the fastest-selling initial coin offerings (ICOs) ever. Via its Brave Rewards scheme, it has made its attention-based promotional experience available to consumers in the majority of countries.
Advertisers must agree to a minimum ad budget of $2,500 per month by November 2020 in order to begin their initiative. At the moment, the whole campaign budget must be spent in Basic Attention tokens. Brave keeps a limited percentage and distributes the remainder to publishers and customers. Users that are not yet part of the network are rewarded by both Basic Attention Token and Brave Browser. This applies to all private Twitter accounts and websites. Brave Browser has 20.5 million monthly active users as of October 2020. More than 368,000 different wallets now hold the Basic Attention token.
The Basic Network Token (BAT) is an Ethereum-based ERC-20 token that is based on the Bitcoin network. A rigorously validated proof-of-work (POW) consensus algorithm protects it. Once confirmed, BAT transactions are effectively permanent.
Decentraland (MANA) defines itself as a virtual reality platform powered by the Ethereum blockchain that allows users to create, experience, and monetize content and applications. In this virtual world, users purchase plots of land that they can later navigate, build upon and monetize. Decentraland was launched following a $24 million initial coin offering (ICO) that was conducted in 2017. The virtual world launched its closed beta in 2019 and opened to the public in February 2020. Decentraland uses two tokens: MANA and LAND. MANA is an ERC-20 token that must be burned to acquire non-fungible LAND tokens.
Ariel Meilich and Esteban Ordano co-founded Decentraland, and although they have stepped down from major roles at the project, they continue to advise Decentraland. Between 2017 and 2020, Ariel Meilich was the project director at Decentraland. He has created many other businesses, including an online translation agency and a customer relationship management website. Decentraland's longtime engineering lead is Esteban Ordano. Esteban is the co-founder of Zeppelin Solutions, a well-known blockchain technology infrastructure firm. The project's growth is still underway, with the newly formed Decentralsand Foundation leading the charge.
Decentraland is a platform for content producers, companies, and individuals seeking a new creative outlet, market opportunity, or source of entertainment. The " Metaverse" is made up of 90,601 individual LAND parcels, each of which is represented by an ERC-721 non-fungible token. Each LAND is 16m x 16m (100 square meters) in size and is located at a certain coordinate.
Decentraland is now one of an increasing number of initiatives that make governance decisions using a decentralized autonomous association (DAO) system. Through presenting and deciding on policy changes, MANA toker holders have a say on how the Decentralland universe operates.
MANA is an Ethereum-based token (ERC-20). It is built on the well-known and tried-and-true Bitcoin network. A huge decentralized network of miners protects the network, which is made up of thousands of nodes.
0x is a protocol that helps users to exchange ERC20 tokens and other properties with ease. Unlike conventional cryptocurrency exchanges, it does not rely on centralized intermediaries. The protocol is operated by the ZRX ERC10 utility token. ZRRX can be used to take part in platform governance as well. In 2019, 0x unveiled a redesign of the ZRZ token, which included new features. Holders of the latest ZRx token would be able to delegate their stake to a market creator in exchange for passive incentives while keeping their voting power.
Will Warren and Amir Bandeali formed 0x in 2016. Will Warren, the platform's CEO, continues to serve the platform alongside the two co-founders. The platform debuted in 2017 after a profitable initial coin offering (ICO) that raised a total of $24 million. The team now numbers over 30 members, including developers, analysts, and designers.
The 0x protocol can be used in a variety of scenarios, including digital product and service marketplaces akin to eBay. It may also be integrated into goods where asset sharing is an afterthought, such as in-game transactions. 0x does not collect any of the money since it is an open-source protocol. Instead, ZRX tokens unlocked as team and developer rewards, as well as its original ICO financing, endorse it.
OMG Network, formerly known as OmiseGo, is a non-custodial layer-2 scaling solution for Bitcoin. The OMG Network is planned to make ETH and ERC20 token transfers much quicker and easier than they will be if done directly on the Bitcoin network. The OMG utility token, which can be used as one of the fee payment options, powers the network.
The OMG Network currently employs more than 50 people in locations all over the world. It is a subsidiary of SYNQA and was founded by Thai-born Vansa Chatikavanij. The company's CEO is now in charge of the company, a role she retains to this day. Chatikvanij, a Columbia University graduate and former IFC managing director, founded the OMG Network in 2017. It is now owned by Omise Holdings, a Thailand-based fintech company.
The mainnet of the OMG Network will move to a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism in the future. Users would be able to stake their tokens in exchange for prizes and to help protect the network. By delegating their stake to validators, OMG holders will become partners in the network's growth and stability. Designed on top of Bitcoin, the OMG Network is a peer-to-peer, decentralized payment network.
An organization headquartered in South Korea launched the ICON network in 2017. The related cryptocurrency token or coin is known as ICX. ICON is a blockchain network in and of itself.
Markus Jun is the founder and CEO of ICON Hyperconnect Public Representative, one of the ICON network's leading block validators.
ICON aspires to function as a kind of blockchain portal or a point of link. The creation of a decentralized framework for driver licenses is one of ICON's main projects. The new scheme keeps all of the records on drivers' licenses on a single server. According to ICON, this makes it vulnerable to data breaches caused by cyberattacks and hacking. It aims to develop a device that allows people to retain their authenticated personal details on their phones.
ICON's "decentralized finance" technology is part of the quickly expanding sector of "DeFi." ICON's own decentralized exchange creates and manages cash assets for any of the ICON-connected networks. Jeju Island, a popular tourism destination in South Korea, will begin tracing tourists who test positive for the COVID-19 virus using the company's decentralized identification software. Anti-spam technology is also provided by the organization to South Korean government departments and more than a dozen banks.
Theta Fuel (TFUEL) is one of the Theta blockchain's two native tokens. It powers all platform functions, such as payments to relayers for exchanging a video stream. It can also be used as a gas token, allowing it to be used to deploy and communicate with smart contracts. It's also used to reward ecosystem users who share their redundant processing capacity as Edge Compute nodes and bandwidth capital as Edge Caching nodes for video streams and other data.
Mitch Liu and Jieyi Long co-founded Theta Fuel, and by extension, the entire Theta Ecosystem, in 2017. Liu has worked in the gaming, film, and virtual reality industries for a long time. Jieyi Long, Theta's second co-founder and CTO, has a background in design automation, esports, virtual reality, and large-scale distributed networks. Theta already has a small staff, and its official website lists Samsung NEXT, Sony Innovation Fund, and media investors as corporate investors.
Decentralizing video streaming, data delivery, and edge computing are the major use cases for Theta. The network is powered by a native blockchain and features two native tokens: Theta (THETA) and Theta Fuel (TFUEL) TFUEL tokens are rewarded for watching network content and sharing network services, so users have an opportunity to do both. The platform is open source, and token holders have control over the platform's governance.
Guardian Nodes were launched with the introduction of the Theta Mainnet in March 2019. For every given time, no one person owns the bulk of THETA tokens being staked. Theta employs a financial compensation program to encourage user interest in governance practices, and its network is thereby protected by its own customers.
Nexo is a cryptocurrency-backed lending site that provides consumers with instant loans. Users put up an agreed token as collateral in exchange for a loan in fiat currency or a stablecoin. Nexo has its own native coin, NEXO, which when locked in provides consumers with advantages such as interest rate discounts and the ability to collect interest payments.
Nexo was created by a group of financial experts and cryptocurrency enthusiasts. The Nexo network provides the world's first crypto credit lines, allowing digital asset owners to borrow fiat and stablecoins in exchange for their digital assets. Nexo's team has over 30 years of accumulated financial management expertise, covering non-crypto lending, investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, and hedge funds. From 2015 to 2017, co-founder Antoni Trenchev was a member of Bulgaria's National Assembly, where he advocated for the introduction of blockchain technologies for e-government services. Nexo now has over a million customers and manages over $4 billion in reserves across 200+ jurisdictions. The firm currently employs 150 people, with its headquarters in London.
The aim of NEXO is to eliminate inefficiencies in the lending sector. Smart contracts and an oracle are used to handle loans through its automatic lending operation. The oracle creates the loan after a customer moves cryptocurrencies to a Nexo-controlled wallet, and the funds are automatically transferred to the user. Individual and institutional investors, cryptocurrency firms, exchanges, miners, and those looking for liquidity from their investments would be interested in Nexo. Nexo pays out 30% of its earnings in the form of dividends to NEXO token holders. On deposits, the firm proposes preferential interest rates and higher savings returns.
BitGo, a crypto-asset custodian that holds tokens in cold storage wallets and is protected by a $100 million insurance fund, is where Nexo keeps its digital properties. NEXO, the company's native token, is an ERC-20 token built on the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Nexo earned ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certification in November 2019 after being audited by RINA and the Consortium for Software Quality.
The OK Foundation issues OKB, a worldwide utility cryptocurrency. OKB would associate potential digital asset ventures with OKEx consumers and skilled investors. OKB has a current stock of 300 million units. OKEx would consider recommendations from OKB holders for the creation of the OKB ecosystem.
Star Xu, the maker of OKEx and the OKB coin, is "missing in reality." Early Friday, OKEx customers learned that they wouldn't be able to cash their chips because the cryptocurrency exchange's operator had been 'arrested.'
OKEx is using blockchain to build a next-generation financial ecosystem. They work to break down financial walls, improve the global economy, and make the planet a safer place. To make cryptocurrency trading and investment accessible to all, we never quit innovating and improving their user interface.
Their top priority is security. OKEx's web and mobile apps offer a safe, dependable, and stable platform for crypto trading. For security, they use global server load balancing, distributed clusters, and other technologies. Their programs and merchandise are often customized to the specific requirements and recommendations.
Polkadot is an open-source sharding multichain protocol. It allows any data or asset type. This interoperability seeks to establish a fully decentralized and private web, controlled by its users. The Polkadot protocol links public and private chains, permissionless networks, oracles, and future technologies. It allows these blockchains to exchange information. Polkadot's native DOT token has three distinct functions: network governance and operations, as well as bonding to build parachains (parallel chains).
Polkadot is made up of four main elements:
Polkadot was founded by the Web3 Foundation, a Swiss Foundation founded to facilitate a fully functional and user-friendly decentralized web. Its founders are Dr. Gavin Wood, Robert Habermeier and Peter Czaban. Wood is the most well-known of the trio thanks to his industry influence as a Solidity creator and Parity Technologies founder.
Polkadot is a sharded multichain network, which means it can handle multiple transactions on multiple chains at the same time. To add new features or fix bugs, Polkadot can be automatically updated without the need for a fork. The network is highly adaptable and versatile, enabling participants to share knowledge and features.
Zcash is a privacy and anonymity-focused decentralized cryptocurrency. It makes use of the zk-SNARK zero-knowledge evidence technology, which enables network nodes to validate transactions. Contrary to popular belief, the bulk of cryptocurrencies on the market today, including Bitcoin, are pseudonymous rather than anonymous. ZEC transactions by default do not reveal the sending and receiving addresses or the amount being sent. There is an option, however, to reveal this data for the purposes of auditing or regulatory compliance.
Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn, a cypherpunk, computer security researcher, and developer, created Zcash in 2016.
Wilcox-O'Hearn has worked in the cryptography and information technology industries for over 25 years. He worked on projects such as the now-defunct electronic money company DigiCash.
He also co-invented the BLAKE3 cryptographic hash function and created Least Authority Enterprises, a technology firm focusing on developing information security and protecting the human right to privacy. The names of the users are not revealed in any way through these public transactions. The blockchain's public keys are the only signatures that an outside investigator may see. An interested party can reasonably accurately link a blockchain public address to its owner's real-world identity. Zero-information concise non-interactive arguments of knowledge, or zk-SNARKs, are used in shielded ZEC transactions. The fact that the exchange took place is documented in the ledger, but the sending and receiving emails, as well as the sum sent, are kept private.
The proof-of-work SHA-256 hash function, which is part of the SHA-2 suite of algorithms, secures the Zcash network, much like Bitcoin.
IOTA is a distributed ledger with a major distinction: it is not a blockchain. Tangle, a series of nodes that validate transactions, is the company's proprietary technology. This network, according to the foundation behind it, provides much faster speeds than traditional blockchains. IOTA aspires to be the de facto forum for executing transactions between IoT devices over time. According to estimates, there will be 20.4 billion such devices in use by 2024. IOTA's creators claim that their distributed ledger would allow everyone to have digital identities.
The project was originally known as Jinn, and a crowdsale for it was held in September 2014, with the network launching in 2016. Sergey Ivancheglo, Serguei Popov, David Snsteb, and Dominik Schiener are the four co-founders of IOTA. The IOTA Foundation claims that the initiative has expanded steadily since then. Members of the team currently hail from more than 25 different nations. Ivancheglo left the Berlin-based project in June 2019, but he remains an unofficial advisor. "I no longer believe that the IOTA Foundation is the best environment for me to understand what we set out to build," he said at the time.
The Guided Acyclic Graph is designed to keep the ability to carry out safe transactions. The only difference is that there are no blocks in this version. The Directed Asciithic Graph is the more scientific term for Tangle.
IOTA is built to offer a single solution that no other cryptocurrency can: quick, stable, lightweight, real-time microtransactions with no fees. It's designed to work in tandem with these other networks to build harmony and mutually beneficial partnerships. New transactions are approved after two previous transactions from another node have been approved. This is a novel method since it implies that the scale and speed of the network would be proportional to the number of users using the platform. The IOTA Foundation declares that it is a non-profit organization with the primary purpose of making the network as profitable as possible.
IOTA has been the subject of security issues. Researchers have previously claimed to have discovered flaws in the project's code. The Proof-of-Work consensus process underpins the IOTA network.
Waves was established in June 2016 as a response to one of the cryptocurrency industry's first initial coin offerings (ICO), with the aim of improving on the first blockchain networks.
To improve on its initial architecture, the app has undergone several improvements and introduced additional spin-off features.
WAVES is Waves' native coin, which has an unlimited supply and is used for standard purchases including block incentives.
Alexander Ivanov, a Ukrainian-born physicist, is the maker of Waves (also known as Sasha Ivanov).
Ivanov, a former Coinomat co-founder, founded Waves. CoinoUSD, an early variant of a stablecoin bound to the US dollar, was also developed by Ivanov. Waves currently hires over 180 people in Moscow and Switzerland, among other places.
Waves was one of the first blockchain-based applications. Waves DEX is a coin exchange that is decentralized. Through launching the WAVES token as an ERC-20 standard asset in 2020, Waves announced that its platform will be interoperable with the Bitcoin network. Waves' Gravity, a cross-chain and oracle network, is one of their many products.
Waves uses WavesNG, a modified proof-of-stake algorithm. The technology is based on Bitcoin-NG, a scaling idea by Emin Gün Sirer, a well-known Bitcoin supporter.
Qtum is an open-source blockchain network and value transfer protocol based on proof-of-stake (PoS) smart contracts. It strives to combine the benefits of Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash with the additional features of smart contract execution and decentralized applications (DApps).
The project was announced in March 2016 and an initial coin offering (ICO) was held a year later in March 2017, bringing the project's investors $15 million USD. On September 13, 2017, the project's main chain was announced. At first,
The project's creator is Patrick Dai. When he was the CTO of the notorious BitBay project, he was known as Steven Dai. The other two co-founders are CTO Neil Mahi and lead creator Jordan Earls. Roger Ver and Jeremy Gardner of Bitcoin.com, as well as early blockchain enthusiast turned skincare expert Jeremy Gardner, are among the project's supporters. There is no functioning Linkedin page or Github profile for the team. Many of the team members mentioned on the official website don't appear to have a LinkedIn profile.
Qtum attempts to fix four problems that its creators found to be the most troublesome in the Bitcoin and Ethereum networks. The Account Abstraction Layer (AAL) and the Decentralized Governance Protocol (DGP) are designed to address this problem. It enables users to build and host apps on virtual machines. The entire community, including miners (stakers), developers, and QTUM holders, is interested in governance through voting, and the blockchain can achieve self-management, updates, and iteration. It also helps smart contracts to modify network core parameters including block size and gas fees without having to hard fork the network.
The protocol incentivizes users to keep their coins locked to facilitate and secure the block validation. Confirming each block is a competition between coin holders, where based on connectivity to the network and random chance they get to right to validate the block. The MPoS protocol is protected against "junk contract" attacks by splitting 10% of the block reward between the block producing miner and nine previous miners.
Decred was designed in such a manner that all purchases and modifications must be approved by the group. Decred was highly inspired by Bitcoin and used much of the first cryptocurrency's underlying concepts. Decred was built in such a manner that all sales and modifications must be approved by the group. Decred was highly inspired by Bitcoin and used much of the first cryptocurrency's underlying concepts.
Company 0's founder and CEO is Jake Yocom-Piatt. For the Decred initiative, he is the project lead. The company's chief technical officer is Marco Peereboom. He has worked for firms such as Dell, where he was a Senior Architect. He's been with Company 0 for over five years, and his participation is critical to the project's progress. The company's code has been used in a number of Bitcoin-related projects, including the Lightning Network Daemon development.
Decred is a unique project because it relies on the open structure of blockchain technologies to avoid monopolies over voting status within the project. One of the Decred protocol's key purposes is to ensure that all DCR holders have the same amount of decision-making authority. Decred has developed Politeia, a dedicated polling site that allows users to engage in polls.
Decred employs a hybrid PoW/PoS consensus mechanism that combines the best aspects of both consensus models. After a profitable mining operation, miners earn just 60% of the payout. The Decred Treasury holds the remaining ten percent of block incentives. Decred hosts Politeia debates and votes about how Treasury funds can be invested on a regular basis.
Bancor is made up of a collection of smart contracts that handle token transfer on the blockchain. Smart contracts in the protocol control the liquidity pools that bind different tokens. The “Bancor Network Token,” or BNT, is the most widely used token on the network. Bancor and Uniswap are already the frontrunners of this recent DeFi movement.
Eyal Hertzog, Yudi Levi, and Galia and Guy Benartzi formed Bancor in 2017. It was given the name Bancor in honor of John Maynard Keynes, who coined the term "supranational currency" 76 years earlier. Eyal, Man, Yuda, Galia, and Yudi make up the Bancors squad. BNT is the currency's protocol, which is intended to be a peer-to-peer network. In Israel, the network has over 50 million subscribers.
Bancor allows for the smooth exchange of network tokens. This eliminates the need for a third-party network or an exchange. Bancor is unusual in that it aims to build value for altcoins while still compensating liquidity suppliers. The protocol transforms different crypto tokens into other tokens, including those that operate on other blockchains, in a monotonous manner.
The protocol's smart token enables traders to have liquidity for the network's pools. Liquidity can be contributed to the pools by anyone.
Liquidity suppliers who contribute liquidity to a pool are eligible for incentives based on transactions that move through the pool. Pool tokens will be provided to liquidity providers in exchange for a percentage of their total interest.
Bancor circulated $60,000 worth of ETH/BNT to different wallets that held the requisite amount of BNT. During its initial coin offering in 2017, the protocol raised more than $144 million. A two-way token model is supported by the Bancor ecosystem: liquid tokens and relay tokens. A liquid token is a self-minting and self-destroying digital token with a single reserve. The proportion of the staked number to the pool's overall value is shown by relay tokens.
Ether is an open-source decentralized blockchain technology with its own cryptocurrency, Ether. It serves as a forum for a variety of other cryptocurrencies as well as decentralized smart contract execution. The system's stated aim is to become a global forum for decentralized applications, allowing everyone in the world to write and run apps.
The project is being developed by eight co-founders. The most well-known of the group is Vitalik Buterin. In 2013, he wrote the initial white paper that outlined the project for the first time. In June of 2014, ETH was established in Zug, Switzerland.
Gavin Wood, a British programmer, is arguably ETH's second most influential co-founder. Before founding the Web3 Foundation, Wood worked as a research scientist at Microsoft. He was the first to incorporate the C++ programming language on a technical level.
Anthony Di Iorio, Charles Hoskinson, Mihai Alisie, Joseph Lubin, Amir Chetrit, and Joseph Lubins are among the project's other co-founders. During the project's early stages of growth, Di Ioria provided funding. Lubin founded ConsenSys, an incubator for ETH-based startups.
Ethereum becomes unique because smart contracts are computer programs that carry out the actions required to satisfy a contract between two parties automatically. They were created with the goal of reducing transaction costs by eliminating the need for trusted intermediaries between contractors. Etherscan's software enables it to execute smart contracts on the blockchain, adding to the benefits of smart contract technology already in place. On top of its own smart contracts, the ETH platform will host smart contracts. So far, this has been the most popular application of the platform. Over 280,000 ERC-20-compliant tokens have been released to date.
The native utility token of Sia, a distributed, open cloud storage network, is Siacoin (SC). Sia serves as a safe and reliable marketplace for cloud computing. The project's key aim is to become the "internet's backbone storage layer." Sia was first revealed in May 2014, and updated and re-announced in May 2015, a year later. In June of 2015, it was formally unveiled.
David Vorick, a computer science student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, first conceived Sia in mid-2013. In early 2014, it was given the name Sia, after the Egyptian god of vision. Jim Pallotta, a billionaire businessman and founder of Raptor Group, was introduced to Vorick and Champine by their college's entrepreneurship hub. The two formed the business Nebulous shortly before graduating from college.
Sia sees itself as a direct competitor to Amazon, Google, and Microsoft when it comes to cloud computing. The Sia network divides files into 30 encrypted segments, each of which is uploaded to a different host. Uploaders and hosts' agreements are registered on Sia's blockchain and executed by smart contracts. Skynet, the corporation behind Sia and Siacoin, has revealed a number of new products based on the Sia network. The Skynet network and SiaStream, a cloud-based video delivery service, are two examples. Several rounds of funding and grants have been secured by the firm, including one from Bain Capital Ventures.
A proof-of-work consensus algorithm is used to keep the Sia network stable. Miners race to connect additional blocks to the blockchain. In June 2017, Sia co-founder Vorick argued that proof-of-work is the most effective method of establishing credibility. Sia claims that its network will not be shut down until there is a major natural catastrophe or geopolitical incident. It divides uploaded data into 30 segments and distributes them around the world. Files will only be recovered if 10 out of 30 hosts survive an assault on the network.
NEM (New Economy Movement) is a network ecosystem that uses blockchain and cryptography to provide enterprise and individual solutions. NIS1 is similar to Bitcoin in that it is based on a network of distributed individual nodes. By transaction fee incentives, these nodes are rewarded for contributing their time and computational power while remaining incorruptible.
NIS1's blockchain, on the other hand, has a host of distinguishing characteristics that set it apart from Bitcoin and most other cryptocurrencies.
NIS1 — or NEM as it was then known — released its alpha version on June 25, 2014, and its mainnet went live on March 31, 2015.
NEM was developed by three developers who went by the pseudonyms Jaguar0625, BloodyRookie, and gimre on the Bitcointalk.org website. NEM has evolved from a three-programmer personal project to a wide community of many platforms since its conception in 2014-2015. NEM Group, which was founded by seasoned NEM members and business veterans, is now in charge of NEM's overall growth and promotion. The NEM group's Board of Directors is in charge of determining policy and budgets, as well as ensuring that all subsidiaries are operating against common goals.
To ensure that transactions on the network are stable, NIS1 employs its own proof-of-importance algorithm. The machine considers the number of coins currently owned by each node, as well as how often they transact and with whom they transact. Multisignature account contracts, encrypted messaging, the Eigentrust ++ credibility scheme, and the Apostille service for notarizing and verifying the validity of files on the system are all supported by NIS1. NEM's blockchain platform can be integrated with third-party frameworks, such as the "API" framework for creating API services. In addition, the network has its own PoI algorithm and a host of other applications.
Filecoin is a decentralized storage system with the aim of storing "hFnity's most valuable information." In 2017, the project raised $205 million via an initial coin offering (ICO), with a target launch date of mid-2019. The launch of the Filecoin mainnet, however, has been postponed until block 148,888, which is scheduled in mid-October 2020. The project was first defined in 2014 as an incentive layer for the Interplanetary File System (IPFS) Filecoin is an open protocol with a blockchain.
Juan Benet, who also developed the Interplanetary File System, founded Filecoin. Benet is a computer scientist from the United States who studied at Stanford University. He attended Y Combinator in the summer of 2014 with the goal of supporting both IPFS and Filecoin, as well as other projects, after founding Protocol Labs in May 2014.
Filecoin is a decentralized data storage system. Unlike centralized cloud storage companies like Amazon Web Services or Cloudflare, Filecoin uses its decentralized design to preserve the confidentiality of a data's position. People can be their own data custodians with decentralized storage systems including Filecoin. Participants in Filecoin are rewarded for acting sincerely and storing as much data as possible.
Nodes in the Filecoin network, also known as retrieval miners, compete for the right to serve data to clients. FIL fees are paid to them, which allows a network of nodes to reproduce and maintain the data. Storage miner nodes compete for contracts to provide storage to clients on a regular basis. When a storage miner and a client reach an agreement, the storage miner places the client's data in a sector and "seals" it in order to produce a specific copy.
Monero was introduced in 2014 with a simple goal: to enable transactions to be conducted privately and anonymously. Via the use of advanced cryptography, XMR is designed to obscure both senders and recipients.
Monero aims to make it possible to send money easily and cheaply without fear of being censored. Its aim is to provide security to all users, regardless of their technical proficiency.
Monero was created by a team of seven developers, five of whom chose to remain anonymous. There have been reports that Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin, also created XMR. Bytecoin, a privacy-focused and decentralized cryptocurrency launched in 2012, is where XMR got its start. A member of the Bitcointalk forum forked BCN's codebase two years later, and Monero was born.
Monero is distinct for a number of reasons. One of the project's main goals is to achieve maximum decentralization, which means that users don't have to trust someone else on the network.
XMR is fungible in every way. Senders, recipients, and the sum of crypto being transferred are all hidden by default. Monero supporters argue that this gives them an advantage over competing privacy coins like Zcash.
The use of ring signatures is used to achieve obscurity. Past transaction outputs are used as decoys and are taken from the blockchain. This means that no one can say who signed it from the outside. Monero's unique characteristics have contributed to an increase in the use of XMR for illegal transactions. Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been given by governments around the world to anyone who can crack Monero's code.
One of Monero's key aims is to avoid centralization, and the network uses the CryptoNight consensus system, which is based on proof-of-work. Large mining farms cannot become a dominant force as a result of this.
Dash aspires to be a better version of Bitcoin, with more anonymity and quicker transfers. Dash would be decentralized, according to the project's white paper. Dash, which stands for "digital currency," was introduced as a fork of Litecoin (LTC) in January 2014. Since then, it has expanded to incorporate features such as a two-tier network of incentivized nodes.
Evan Duffield and Kyle Hagan, two software engineers, created Dash. The project was initially known as XCoin, before changing its name to Darkcoin two weeks later and then rebranding as Dash in March 2015 to improve its image. Duffield was a software engineer with banking and public relations expertise. He came up with the idea for Dash in 2012 as a way to give Bitcoin more anonymity. Duffield was the CEO of Dash Core Group from December 2017 until December 2018, when he stepped down to concentrate on other strategic initiatives.
Hagan co-authored the original Darkcoin whitepaper alongside Duffield. However, he left the project early on in December 2014.
Dash is supported by a network of masternodes, which are servers backed by Dash collateral. Masternodes supply the network with a second tier of services. They make functions like InstantSend, PrivateSend, and ChainLocks possible. Individuals and organisations, such as retailers, banking firms, vendors, and others that need to submit foreign remittances, are targeted for Dash. The governance structure, or treasury, of Dash distributes 10% of the block incentives for the project's growth. Many supported groups, like Dash Core Group, have been able to emerge as a result of this.
Dash's transfers are protected by a two-tier network. The first tier is made up of nodes that use a proof-of-work consensus protocol to carry out mining operations. "X11" is the name of Dash's Proof-of-Work algorithm. Duffield, the founder of Dash, created the algorithm himself. X11 is "one of the safest and most complex cryptographic hashes," according to Dash. Masternodes that use a proof-of-service consensus algorithm make up the second category. Masternodes are in charge of the network and have the authority to refuse new blocks that have been accepted incorrectly. According to Dash's engineers, this defends the network from 51 percent of threats.
Dogecoin (DOGE) is a cryptocurrency that is based on the famous Internet meme "doge" and has a Shiba Inu as its logo. The open-source digital currency was forked from Litecoin in December 2013 by Billy Markus of Portland, Oregon, and Jackson Palmer of Sydney, Australia. Since it was built on a dog meme, Dogecoin's developers envisioned it as a friendly, light-hearted cryptocurrency that would cater to a wider audience than Bitcoin's core audience. Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, has said on many occasions that Dogecoin is his favorite cryptocurrency.
DOGE cryptocurrency created by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer, who wanted to build a payment system without the fees associated with conventional banking. As its emblem and namesake, Dogecoin uses the face of the Shiba Inu dog from the Doge meme. It debuted on December 6, 2013, and rapidly grew an online following, reaching a market capitalization of US $70,355,561,773 on April 16, 2021.
Scrypt technology, which is identical to Bitcoin's proof-of-work protocol, is used by Dogecoin. It has a timer on it. You can mine Dogecoin on your own or as part of a mining pool. A Doge miner will use a GPU to mine the digital currency on Windows, Mac, or Linux. Since the processes for mining Dogecoin and Litecoin were combined in 2014, you can now mine Litecoin in the same way you can mine Dogecoin.
Dogecoin has mainly been used on Reddit and Twitter as a tipping mechanism to reward the production or sharing of high-quality content. You may get tipped Dogecoin by joining a Dogecoin group or getting Dogecoin from a Dogecoin faucet. A Dogecoin faucet is a website that gives you a small amount of Dogecoin for free as an introduction to the currency so you can start engaging with Dogecoin communities.
Digi Byte (DGB) is a blockchain and asset building tool that is open source. The DGB token's genesis block was mined as a fork of Bitcoin in January 2014, and development began in October 2013. DGB was designed to improve on the Bitcoin blockchain and uses five different algorithms to improve stability.
DigiByte was created by Jared Tate, also known as "DigiMan," who supervised its evolution from conception to current configuration before announcing his temporary retirement in May 2020. Tate has been associated with Bitcoin since 2012, and he wrote the first book by a blockchain founder. The Digi Byte Foundation is a volunteer-run organisation in charge of the project's restoration. Marketing and advertising events are handled by a third party of volunteers.
Digi Byte is a Bitcoin fork that aims to broaden the stability, speed, and storage options. The network uses five different algorithms to preserve protection and prevent ASIC miners from gaining too much control. All of Digi Byte's governance mechanisms are maintained on a volunteer basis, in keeping with the network's thesis of being open source and freely available.
Among cryptocurrencies, Digi Byte claims to have the most sophisticated complexity setup. With one block every 15 seconds, Digi Byte's PoW chain is now even longer than Bitcoin's. To protect the blockchain, the network employs a total of five proof-of-work algorithms.
Tether, a Hong Kong-based company, has created USDT, a stablecoin (stable-value cryptocurrency) that mirrors the price of the US dollar. The USDT is pegged to the US dollar by keeping a total of dollars in reserves equal to the amount of USDT in circulation. USDT was originally launched in July 2014 as Realcoin, a second-layer cryptocurrency token built on top of Bitcoin's. It was later renamed to USTether, and then, finally, to USDT. USDT's stated goal is to merge the unregulated existence of cryptocurrencies, which can be sent between users without the use of a trusted third-party intermediary, with the US dollar's stable value.
Brock Pierce is a well-known entrepreneur who has been involved in a variety of high-profile ventures as a co-founder. Pierce became the director of the Bitcoin Foundation in 2014, a non-profit dedicated to improving and promoting Bitcoin. Pierce is also a co-founder of Block.one, the company behind EOS, one of the most famous cryptocurrencies. For the first two years of Tether's life, Reeve Collins served as its CEO. He is the CEO of SmarMedia Technologies, a marketing and advertising technology firm, as of 2020. For over six years, Craig Sellars has been a member of the Omni Foundation. Users can build and exchange smart-contract based assets and currencies using the Omni Protocol.
The value of USDT is assured by Tether to remain pegged to the US dollar, which makes it exceptional. The crypto markets' well-known high volatility means that cryptocurrencies will fluctuate by 10-20% in a single day. USDT, on the other hand, is a currency that is used. USDT is a safe haven for crypto investors during periods of high volatility. It provides a simple way to transact a U.S. dollar equivalent between regions, countries and even continents. There have been disputes over the years about the legitimacy of Tether's statements about their USD reserves. USDT's price has fluctuated as low as $0.88 at one point in its history.
USDT does not have its own blockchain; instead, it is a second-layer token that sits on top of the blockchains of other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Tron, Algorand, Bitcoin Cash, and OMG, and is protected by their hashing algorithms.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that was first introduced in January of 2009. It is based on ideas presented in a whitepaper by Satoshi Nakamoto, a mysterious and pseudonymous figure. The identity of the person or people who invented the invention remains unknown. Bitcoin, unlike government-issued currencies, promises lower transaction fees and is regulated by a decentralized authority. The bitcoin framework consists of a network of computers (also known as "nodes" or "miners") that all run the same bitcoin code. A "blockchain" is a series of blocks linked together. Each block contains a set of transactions.
A database, or blockchain, is a form of digital ledger. It is essential to first comprehend what a database is. A database is a collection of data stored on a computer device in an electronic format. Spreadsheets are structured to store and access limited quantities of data for a single individual or a small group of people. A database is intended to store much greater volumes of data that can be accessed by several people at the same time. A blockchain database is a special kind of database. It stores information differently than a traditional database. In the case of Bitcoin, it is used in a decentralized manner, meaning that no one individual or party controls it. Decentralized blockchains are permanent, meaning that the data entered cannot be changed. This ensures that transactions in Bitcoin are permanently registered and accessible to everyone.
The fact that Bitcoin was the first cryptocurrency to arrive on the market gives it a distinct advantage. The entire cryptocurrency market is built on the concept of sending and receiving money from anyone, anywhere in the world. After more than a decade of life, BTC remains at the top of this energizing market due to its revolutionary design. Even after losing its undisputed supremacy, Bitcoin remains the most valuable asset, with a market capitalization ranging between $100 and $200 billion.