|All Time High:|
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|The price of #ALEPH today is $0.13 USD.|
The lowest ALEPH price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.126, and the current live price for one ALEPH coin is $0.12618.
The all-time high ALEPH coin price was $0.86.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of ALEPH with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Aleph.im crypto currency is #ALEPH. |
Aleph.im is 2.2 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Aleph.im is $31,182,934.|
Aleph.im is ranked #375 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big volume of trading today on #ALEPH.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Aleph.im is $1,261,365.
|The circulating supply of ALEPH is 247,127,376 coins, which is 49% of the maximum coin supply.|
Deploy Your Own Own Fully-Decentralized Solana Indexer Using Aleph.im — Here’s How…
Deploy Your Own Own Fully-Decentralized Solana Indexer Using Aleph.im — Here’s How… - medium.com At Aleph.im, we are super excited to announce the first-ever, fully open-source, decentralized indexing framework that lets you deploy your own custom Solana indexer! In August 2021, we introduced a decentralized, user-friendly, and cost-effective indexing solution for Solana. Leading Solana-based projects like Raydium and Serum soon became our partners, seeking an alternative to centralized and/or resource-intensive indexing services. We are now taking our offering to the next level with our fully open-source release. You can now deploy your own high-performance Solana indexer tailored to your needs. — How To Deploy Your Own Indexer For Solana - Aleph.im is all for transparency and user-friendliness, enabling you to freely access bespoke, decentralized innovations. That’s why we designed our open-source indexer framework with three customization levels: no-code configurations and full customization. — Option 1: Configure Without Coding. — Launch your custom indexer in minutes by simply changing the configurations to serve your project’s specific needs. You can retrieve only the data you want, and how you want it, using this option. You don’t need any technical knowledge, experience, or coding skills to leverage our open-source indexers, thanks to no-code configurations. All you need to know ...
Aleph.im — Solving The Challenges of Solana Indexing With Our Decentralized Indexing Technology
Aleph.im — Solving The Challenges of Solana Indexing With Our Decentralized Indexing Technology - Blockchains get their name from their data storage technique. Each blockchain immutably stores data on a distributed, decentralized ledger with blocks of data forming a long chain. Validators keep adding new blocks to the chain, with the blockchain getting longer with new transactions. But what happens, if you want to find details about a user’s transaction history? Tracing down a long chain of blocks to find the relevant data isn’t often practical. Although distributed and decentralized blockchains make our data more secure, it also makes it harder to locate those data. Without proper tools, it is difficult to query blockchain data and make it readily available to users on request. Thus, blockchain indexing protocols have come up to index queries from the blockchain network. However, these indexing solutions have their own set of problems. Before delving into the problems, let us first understand the concept of indexers. — What are indexers? - Indexers fetch raw data from a blockchain network, and efficiently store it for easy access. These indexers are node operators that use the ETL (Extract, Transform, and Load) procedure for querying blockchain data. ETL is a data integration strategy facilitating quick data collection from different sources to consolidate into a single location. The indexers extract on-chain ...
Aleph.im Partners with Customized Oracle Protocol, Switchboard
We at Aleph.im are proud to announce our strategic partnership with Switchboard, the customized oracle protocol for general-purpose data feeds and verifiable randomness. The partnership entails Switchboard Publisher using our Aleph.im Aggregator for tracking data feeds that are created for users and posts for off-chain feed definitions. Switchboard is a decentralized, permissionless oracle network built on Solana that lets anyone publish on-chain data for smart contract developers to build upon. To achieve this, data feeds can be set up from a group of tasks to get data, parse a response, and then figure out a final result. Switchboard is the first decentralized oracle network to bring verifiable randomness to Solana and enable the community to bring any form of data on-chain. In this regard, Switchboard’s integration of Aleph.im will enable users to post to a registry where they completely own their data. — Enabling Permissionless Data Feeds On-Chain - As the native decentralized data indexing, querying, and storage platform for Solana, we have an extensive track record of offering these services to Solana-based protocols and ending their reliance on centralized solutions for the same. Switchboard is now the latest addition to this list.“Switchboard is the first of its kind protocol on Solana that allows permissionless data feeds on-chain. As such, we believe our decentralized indexing and storage solution ...
Aleph.im’s 2022 Tokenomics Update
2022 has already been a busy year here at Aleph.im. We finalized a $10M seed round led by Stratos Technologies, published an update of our roadmap, launched indexers for many dApps in the Solana ecosystem, and today, we’re excited to present our updated tokenomics. — Timeline - After the release of our (deeply outdated) whitepaper, we first updated our tokenomics on July 6th, 2020 announcing the current system of pools on our supply, then announced a reduction of half of the supply on July 28th 2020, effectively lowering the total supply from 1 billion to 500 million ALEPH tokens. As much as we feel young, time has passed, and the project has evolved a lot. We now have core channel nodes, resource nodes, and many more exciting features and functionality to come. As the project evolves, the tokenomics should evolve too: An update was due, so here it is. — Why update our tokenomics? - First, it’s worth noting that all of the $ALEPH organisational pools are far from their original numbers, with less than 300M remaining in pools, and the rest being locked in Sablier streams or circulating freely. We are talking here about original numbers, regardless of what is left in the pools (more on this later). A healthy ecosystem like Aleph.im’s needs both supply (i.e., servers, storage, computing) and demand (i.e., users, consumers of storage and computing resources). For marketplaces to thrive, whether digital or phys...
Aleph.im Extends its Raydium Fusion Pool
TL;DR - ALEPH / USDC Fusion Pool Extends, Fixed amount of rewards, 15k ALEPH/day, No end date until decided differently, — New Rewards - The current Raydium Fusion pool is about to end and we decided to extend it. There will be no extra allocation of tokens for extending the Fusion pool. The Uniswap / Balancer / Pancakeswap incentives stopped on January 31st of this year which freed up 15k ALEPH/day from the incentive pool. This amount will now be used to incentivize the Fusion pool on Raydium. This means that in the following days the rewards will gradually start to go down over a course of 2 weeks. From that point on the pool will release a fixed amount of 15k ALEPH rewards per day for the foreseeable future until decided differently by the team. — About Aleph - Aleph.im is a distributed cloud platform that provides serverless trusted computing services, file storage, and indexing solutions to replace traditional centralized cloud computing. It provides dApps of any chain instant access to database solutions thanks to its scalable peer-to-peer network and programming language-agnostic interface. Explore our decentralized indexing solution. Follow Aleph.im on Twitter: @aleph_im or check out our Linktr.ee — Thanks and keep in touch - Join our live conversation on our Telegram Community Chat. 🌴 Linktr.ee | 🌐 Website | 🗞 Blog | 📄 Papers | 🐦 Twitter | 💬 Telegram | 💼 Linkedin | 💻 GitH...
Aleph.im Migrates its Raydium Fusion Pool from (soALEPH-USDC) to ALEPH(Portal)-USDC on April 15 at…
Aleph.im Migrates its Raydium Fusion Pool from (soALEPH-USDC) to ALEPH(Portal)-USDC on April 15 at 14:00 CEST - — Why Migrating - The Sollet bridge is being deprecated and the Fusion Pool on Raydium uses soALEPH in its pair., — What do you need to know - The new Raydium Fusion Pool (whALEPH-USDC) will go live on April 15th at 14:00 CEST, The old Raydium Fusion Pool (soALEPH-USDC) will stop its incentivisation on April 15th at 14:00 CEST, Timeline of FTX Sollet wrapped tokens withdrawals: End of April, Timeline of FTX Sollet wrapped tokens deposits: Sometime in 2022, Timeline of deprecating the Sollet bridge (deposits and withdrawals of ERC20 tokens): end of April, — What do you need to do on April 15th at 14:00 CEST - Remove your liquidity from the old Raydium pool (soALEPH-USDC), Migrate your soALEPH on Portalbridge.com to whALEPH (Portal Bridge formerly known as Wormhole), Re-add liquidity back to the new Raydium pool (whALEPH-USDC), — Use the Token Migration Flowchart to see which swap works best for You - medium.com — How to use on Sollet.io (SOL>ETH>SOL) - ⚠️ This will only work until April 30!!! Open the Sollet wallet and select the ALEPH token, Select “Send”, Select “ERC-20”, Enter your ETH address and Send, Once received on the ETH side you use Portalbridge.com to bridge back to Solana (whALEPH aka ALEPH now), — How to migrate my soALEPH to whAL...
Aleph.im Load Balancers go live on the Network
Aleph.im introduces load balancers for APIs and computation. — Routing vs Executing - With the growth of the network and more applications built on top of it, our current endpoints became a limiting factor and centralised much of the traffic. So far, we provided two HTTPS API endpoints to the network, namely api1.aleph.im and api2.aleph.im. These endpoints run the same software that runs the Core Channel Nodes. This in combination with aleph.sh, a reference Compute Resource Node to run your backend on Aleph Virtual Machines, a more suitable solution was needed to route incoming requests and handle the increasing traffic. This is why we’re introducing our open-source load balancers for Aleph.im. The load balancers distribute incoming requests across Core Channel Nodes and Compute Resource Nodes instead of executing the requests themself. High availability is provided by the Aleph nodes and by using DNS Failover, where multiple load balancers are ready to handle client requests. The load balancers constantly monitor the availability of CCNs and CRNs in order to forward traffic to healthy nodes.Aleph.im Load Balancer Setup — How to Access - Aleph.im provides official load balancers on the domain aleph.cloud., You can now replace api2.aleph.im by aleph.cloud in your dapp to take advantage of the load balancers., Official nodes managed by Aleph.im can be accessed via the load balancers on official.aleph.cloud., Th...
Aleph.im To Provide Decentralized Indexing Services for the Swim Protocol
Aleph.im, the blockchain-agnostic decentralized storage, and indexing network announces partnership with the multichain automated market maker (AMM) Swim Protocol. The partnership aims to integrate decentralized indexing services within the protocol to keep track of user transactions, in an effort to improve its overall performance. Swim is a protocol that aims to simplify the process of bridging blockchain networks within DeFi. It aims to provide a way to seamlessly transfer tokens between two blockchains to evade the need for centralized bridges or warped assets. The protocol uses multi-token liquidity pools and a cross-chain stable swap approach to make trading across blockchain networks as simple as trading within a network. Users can still use native assets and native gas tokens to perform cross-chain swaps and though it is positioned on the Solana network, the Swim protocol aims to become a fundamental building block for an interoperable DeFi world.“Our partnership with Aleph allows Swim Protocol to use data-driven metrics to identify opportunities to build innovative new offerings for our users.”, said by Troy Tsui, CEO of Swim.io. — How Swim Protocol Benefits from Decentralized Indexing - As Solana’s only decentralized data indexing platform, Aleph.im has an illustrious history of providing these services to Solana-based protocols. Aleph.im has taken it upon itself to create indexers for any protocol that...
Aleph v0.2.0 Release Notes
Codename “Asimov, A new foundation.” — TLDR; - Support for FORGET messages, A new dedicated service handles P2P connections, Node Software private keys need to be migrated for the new service to work, Many API improvements and fixes, Deadline 1st of March, 15:00 CET, How to upgrade or install 👉 pyaleph.readthedocs.io — Breaking changes - This release requires a new way to manage private keys. The private key must now be provided in a new serialized format. Use the configuration updater to migrate to the new format., The “protocol” P2P config is disabled until further notice as it was not working properly., MongoDB becomes the only supported internal storage engine. RocksDB is not supported anymore., — Main features - — FORGET message. — This is a new type of message. It is designed to order the explicit deletion of a message by a user. When a FORGET message is received by a node, it will immediately: remove the ‘content’ and ‘item_content’ sections of the targeted messages, add a field ‘forgotten_by’ that references to the processed FORGET message, The FORGET message will only be accepted if either: the sender of the FORGET matches the ‘sender’ field of the message, the targeted message was created by a VM and the sender of the FORGET matches the ‘sender’ of the VM, If the forgotten message is of type STORE, the number of references to the data will be...
Step-by-Step on How To Create and Register your Compute Resource Node
TL;DR - Register my Computer Resource Node (CRN), Link a CRN to my Core Channel Node (CCN), CRN information window, FAQ, — Register my Computer Resource Node - Make sure you set up your Compute Resource Node server before you proceed. If you haven’t done it yet you can follow this instruction 👉 bit.ly, Now, go to the create dropdown to start the creation and registration process by selecting “Compute Resource Node”., 2. As with the Core Channel Nodes a Compute Resource Node will also gets a name and URL that points to the CRN. 3. Sign to finalize the registration. 4. Your Compute Resource Node will now show up under “My Compute”. If it doesn’t then try to disconnect/connect your wallet. — Link a CRN to my Core Channel Node (CCN) - Go to the Compute Resource Node tab, select a CRN from the list and hit the “Link” button., 2. Now just sign the Metamask transaction and you’re good to go! — CRN information window - Select the node you need more info from, — If the node is linked. — 2. The linked to will show the CCN it is linked to and a green indicator. 3. On the Core Tab your CCN node will update the linked column as well. — If the node is not linked. — It will show the unlinked status on the info page, 2. On the Core tab the indicators stay grey as wellThe waiting status can be ignored for now and will go live together with the monitoring. &...