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ALCX Price:
$2.4 M
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$45.9 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
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The price of #ALCX today is $20.38 USD.

The lowest ALCX price for this period was $0, the highest was $20.38, and the exact current price of one ALCX crypto coin is $20.38152.

The all-time high ALCX coin price was $2,074.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of ALCX with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


The code for Alchemix crypto currency is #ALCX.

Alchemix is 3.3 years old.


The current market capitalization for Alchemix is $45,870,796.

Alchemix is ranked #441 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a big daily trading volume on #ALCX.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Alchemix is $2,406,920.


The circulating supply of ALCX is 2,250,607 coins, which is 77% of the total coin supply.

A highlight of Alchemix is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


ALCX is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the ALCX Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


ALCX is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 11 crypto exchanges.

View #ALCX trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #ALCX purchase.



Exploited MEV Bot Incurs $2M Loss in Curve Pool Swaps: Data

    According to PeckShield Alert data, an unknown Miner Extractable Value (MEV) bot has fallen victim to a hack, causing a loss of approximately $2 million. The incident, which took place in the renowned curve pools, has led to multiple large swaps and subsequent reverse swap arbitrage. Attacker Manipulates Curve Pool The exploitation occurred when the arbitrage function, 0xf6ebebbb(), lacked proper authentication, providing an open door for the attacker to manipulate swaps across multiple curve pools. This malicious activity resulted in significant slippage, causing substantial losses for the affected parties. #MEV An unknown MEV bot was exploited (with $2m loss) to make multiple large swaps in #curve pools, causing arb with simple reverse swaps. — PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) November 8, 2023 As the situation unfolded, the attacker cunningly reversed the swaps to maximize their profits, compounding the impact of this incident. The attacker exploited an arbitrage bot, resulting in a loss of $2.3 million through the Curve pool. They discovered an exposed function within the bot, which enabled them to trigger a transaction from Wrapped Ether (WETH) to Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC). Subsequently, they executed a flash loan for 27,255 WETH (equivalent to $51.36 million), utilizing it to significantly manipulate the price ratio of WETH/WBTC within the Curve pool. By destabilizing the pool, the attacker compelled the arbitrage... read More

Here is How Much Curve Finance Has Recovered From Its $70M+ Hack 

    The hackers behind the recent exploit of several pools on the decentralized exchange Curve Finance have returned approximately 73% of the stolen crypto assets, accounting for about $52.3 million. Blockchain security firm PeckShield revealed Monday that Curve Finance lost $73.5 million in the hack. With the amount recovered so far, the exchange is looking to recoup the remaining $19.7 million. Curve Finance Recovers $52M of Stolen Assets Eight days ago, Curve Finance suffered a reentrancy attack that affected four pools using a certain version of the Ethereum Virtual Machine smart contract programming language Vyper. The hack extended to several decentralized finance protocols, including Metronome, Alchemix, and Ellipsis. On August 3, Curve, Metronome, and Alchemix contacted the attackers via an on-chain message, offering a 10% bug bounty in exchange for the return of 90% of the stolen assets. The platforms promised to cease pursuing the case with law enforcement if the assets were returned before 08:00 UTC on August 6. Failure to comply with the proposal would force the protocols to offer a public and give the reward to whoever identifies the hackers in a way that leads to their conviction in court, per the message. Less than 24 hours after the proposal, one of the exploiters sent 4,819 ether (ETH) worth $8.9 million to Alchemix after asking the protocol team to confirm their wallet address to avoid making a wrong transfer. Curve Extends Bounty for Remaining Funds Over the we... read More

Curve Finance Announces $1.85 Million Bounty For Stable Pool Exploiter

    Curve Finance, a popular decentralized (DeFi) protocol, has recently announced that it was rewarding persons capable of identifying the exploiters behind the draining of over $61 million from the platform’s stable pools on July 30.  The huge bounty offer is open to every person who can pinpoint the individual behind the incident in such a way that would lead to definitive legal repercussions.  Curve Finance Extends Bounty Offer to the Public Curve Finance announced the public offer using an Ethereum transaction’s input data, noting that the allowed time for the voluntary return of the funds connected to the Curve exploit was 08:00 UTC, and that time is now elapsed.  Curve and other protocols that were affected by the attack had previously offered a 10% bug bounty to the hacker on August 3. Upon agreeing to the offer, the hacker returned part of the stolen assets to JPEGd and Alchemix but did not refund other affected pools.  Since the time allowed has elapsed, Curve announced that any person capable of identifying the hacker would receive assets worth $1.85 million. This recent announcement was extended in scope to include members of the general public.  According to Curve, while the deadline for the voluntary return of stolen funds had passed, should the hacker elect to return the stolen funds, the platform “...will not pursue this further.”  While returning the parts of the funds earlier, the hacker left a message that ... read More

Curve Finance Exploiter Returns 61,000 ETH After Protocol's Stern Warnin...

    In a surprising turn of events, the hacker known as the 'Alchemix/Curve Finance Exploiter' has returned a total of 4,819.55 alteth and 6106 Ethereum (ETH) to Alchemix Finance, as reported by the journalist Colin Wu.   The hacker, who had gained unauthorized access to the protocol, had earlier demanded that the Alchemix Finance team confirm the address to which they wanted the stolen funds returned. Curve Finance Breach Ends On Positive Note Curve Finance has announced the return of stolen funds worth over $60 million, which were taken in a recent exploit.  As reported by NewsBTC, the protocol had issued a statement on Etherscan, urging the hackers to return the funds, and offered a 10% reward for their return. The hackers have agreed to return the funds, keeping 10% of the stolen amount. The attack on Curve Finance, which took place on July 30th, significantly impacted the decentralized finance (DeFi) sector and raised concerns about its security.  The hack targeted several pools on Curve Finance, withdrawing more than $47 million from various DeFi projects. This led to a drop in the value of Curve DAO (CRV), prompting its founder, Michael Egorov, to sell off the asset to save it. Following the attack, Curve Finance has taken measures to improve its security, including updating its contracts and implementing stricter security protocols. The protocol has also called on the hacker to return the stolen funds and offered a reward for their cooperation. The ha... read More

Curve Finance Offers 10% Bug Bounty to Attackers Behind Vyper $50M+ Expl...

    Decentralized exchange Curve Finance has teamed up with Metronome and Alchemix to offer a 10% bug bounty to the attackers behind the recent exploit that saw more than $50 million siphoned off the platforms’ pools. According to an on-chain message on one hacker’s Ethereum address, the protocols are willing to cease the pursuit of the case if the attackers return 90% of the stolen funds, keeping 10% for themselves. Curve, Metronome, and Alchemix Offer Hacker 10% Bounty Recall that four Curve Finance pools were exploited on July 30. The attackers were able to access the pools using Ethereum Virtual Machine smart contract programming language Vyper through a malfunctioning re-entrancy lock. The exploit affected decentralized finance protocols like Metronome, Alchemix, and Ellipsis. While the total amount lost due to the hack remains unclear, the losses are estimated to be above $50 million. Curve, Metronome, and Alchemix have taken steps toward recovering the funds by reaching out to attackers on-chain, promising no risk of law enforcement issues if they comply with the offer. The trio has given the hackers until August 6 to return 90% of the funds, or the bounty would be offered to the public and given to anyone who would identify them. “If you choose not to partake in the voluntary return and complete the process by August 6 at 0800 UTC, we will expand the bounty to the public, and offer the full 10% to the person who is able to identify you in a way that lead... read More

Curve Impressively Adds 22% As Founder Sells CRV To Repay Aave Loan

    CRV, the governance token of Curve, a decentralized exchange for stablecoins and a key player in the decentralized finance (DeFi) landscape, has impressively recovered, adding 22% after sinking to its August 2023 lows this week. When writing on August 3, CRV is trading at $0.59, rising double digits after dropping to $0.48 on August 1 following a damaging hack that saw liquidity providers in several pools lose funds.  Whales Stepping In To Buy CRV This recovery is attributed primarily to strategic actions by notable crypto whales who have stepped in to mitigate risks on DeFi should CRV prices continue to tank. Meanwhile, Michael Egorov, the founder of Curve and one of the largest CRV holders, has been actively unloading tokens in the secondary market. Egorov is selling to whales like Justin Sun, the founder of Tron, and other venture capitals and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). The founder held around 292 million CRV and used a big percentage to back his loans. On-chain data indicates that on August 2, Egorov sold 3.75 million CRV tokens to Yearn Treasury and another 1.25 million CRV tokens to Stake DAO Governance via the over-the-counter (OTC) market. Egorov has, overall, sold 59.5 million CRV to various institutions and investors, yielding approximately $23.8 million. These OTC sales are at significant discounts, reflecting the founder's efforts to stabilize CRV prices and prevent further contagion. The July 30 hack saw attackers steal fund... read More

Curve Finance Fights Back With Warning And Unrefusable Offer To Hacker

    Curve Finance (CRV) has issued a statement on Etherscan, addressing the hackers responsible for the recent exploit that resulted in the loss of over $60 million from the protocol.  In the statement, Curve, Metronome & Alchemix have invited the hackers to discuss a potential bounty, offering a 10% reward for any stolen funds, which they can keep if they return the remaining 90%. Curve Finance Gives Hackers Ultimatum The group has emphasized that there will be no risk of them pursuing legal action or involving law enforcement if the hackers participate in this voluntary return process.  However, suppose the hackers do not participate and complete the process by August 6. In that case, Curve Finance will expand the bounty to the public and offer the full 10% reward to anyone who can identify them in a way that leads to their conviction in court. The encrypted message on Etherscan further noted: If you choose not to participate in the voluntary return and complete the process by August 6, we will expand the bounty to the public, and offer the full 10% to the person who can identify you in a way that leads to your conviction in the courts. We will pursue you from all angles with the full extent of the law. To verify their ownership of the email address, anyone emailing Curve Finance will have to complete a verification process on-cain before any discussions occur. The statement highlights Curve Finance's commitment to recovering the stolen funds and bringing those respo... read More

Ethereum Price Stagnates as Curve Finance Hack Causes Volatility, But Ne...

    The price of Ethereum ($ETH) has remained relatively flat over the past ten days, hovering around the $1,870 level. Contributing to this price stagnation is the continued fallout from the recent hack of Curve Finance, which has caused uncertainty throughout the crypto market. However, while Ethereum struggles to find direction, a new token called IOTA20 ($IOTA20) has been gaining traction and turning heads with its unique approach. $ETH Warning Signs as Bearish Technicals Hint at Further Declines At the time of writing, $ETH is trading at $1,860 and has just broken below the 50-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) on the daily time frame. This break hints that the bears might be in control, meaning $ETH could decline further to return to the low of $1,817 from Tuesday. The token's price is now down 7% in the past two weeks, aggressively rejecting the crucial psychological zone of $2,000. Moreover, the recent weakness in Ethereum’s price comes amid a broader pullback in the crypto market as a whole. The Crypto Fear & Greed Index, often used as a sentiment indicator for the whole crypto space, has declined to 'Neutral' territory below 60. This suggests traders and investors are growing worried about market conditions and opting to pull back on risky assets like cryptocurrencies. Rampant DeFi Hacks Weigh on Ethereum Price Another reason for Ethereum's recent weakness is the vulnerabilities and exploits in the DeFi ecosystem – evidenced by the major Curve Finance po... read More

Crypto exchange HitBTC enables staking functionality

    HitBTC, the popular bitcoin and crypto exchange platform, announced today that its long-awaited staking function is now available for all exchange users. Staking is the process of holding cryptocurrency to verify transactions and support the operations of a proof-of-stake blockchain network. Simply, staking is the act of holding cryptocurrencies to receive rewards and the payout frequency depends on the coin or token. In order to be able to stake on HitBTC, users must complete account verification and enable 2FA. Staking is now available for HitBTC users. Initial coins and tokens available for staking include: Token/?oins Est. Annual Yield Payout Frequency PRIVATEUM INITIATIVE  (PVM) 7.99% 1 month Alchemix (ALCX) 20% 1 day dYdX (DYDX) 15% 1 day Huobi BTC (HBTC) 1% 1 day Ontology (ONT) 15% 1 day Synthetix Network (SNX) 1.5% 1 day TerraUSD (UST) 11-16.5% 1 day GLEEC (GLEEC) 7.77% 1 week IQeon (IQN) 5% 1 week The post Crypto exchange HitBTC enables staking functionality appeared first on CryptoNinjas. read More

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