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|The price of #ALEPH today is $0.08 USD.|
The lowest ALEPH price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.079, and the current live price for one ALEPH coin is $0.07855.
The all-time high ALEPH coin price was $0.86.
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|The code for Aleph.im crypto currency is #ALEPH. |
Aleph.im is 2.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Aleph.im is $20,608,021.|
Aleph.im is ranked #435 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is modest today for #ALEPH.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Aleph.im is $81,664.
|The circulating supply of ALEPH is 262,354,238 coins, which is 52% of the maximum coin supply.|
New nodes scoring on aleph Network
At aleph.im, we are constantly working to improve the quality and reliability of our network. To that end, we are excited to announce a new scoring method for nodes on the aleph.im network. This new system will incentivize good behavior and penalize bad behavior, ultimately leading to a more robust and reliable network. In this post, we will discuss the new scoring method in detail and explain how it will benefit users of the aleph.im network. — TL;DR - New scoring method positively affects nodes decentralization In an effort to continually improve the quality of the network and provide better insights for all participants, aleph.im has made some updates to its scoring method for nodes. This comes as part of an ongoing effort to ensure that all nodes on the network are operating at their best and to address any issues that may arise. While unreliable nodes and others have run obsolete versions, aleph.im is committed to working with all participants to ensure the network runs smoothly and efficiently. New metrics. A program regularly measures the status and performance of the nodes and publishes this data on the network. This program sends multiple requests to each node in order to evaluate how well it behaves., New scoring. A score below 20% indicates that the node is dysfunctional and should not be used. A score above 80% indicates that the node is fully functional and behaves well. ****, New rewards. No reward is d...
Introducing Fully-Decentralized NFT Smart Contracts for Tezos
At Aleph.im, we are excited to introduce fully-decentralized NFT smart contracts for Tezos in collaboration with Ubisoft, one of the most innovative players in the video game industry. Since December 2021, we have facilitated various blockchain-powered initiatives by Ubisoft’s Strategic Innovation Lab. One of the pillars of these initiatives is player empowerment. Thus, Ubisoft’s Strategic Innovation Lab leveraged Aleph.im to grant players more control over their assets. We consider this a significant breakaway from gaming industry norms that aren’t altogether in the gamers’ favor. This first stage of collaboration with Ubisoft’s Strategic Innovation Lab led us to develop dynamic and playable NFTs for AAA games and decentralized storage solutions for Ubisoft Quartz, the blockchain-powered distribution platform for its “Digits” NFTs. These innovations driven by Ubisoft and developed on the Tezos blockchain are very interesting for other video game players and generally for any project needing to store or generate dynamic metadata perennially on a decentralized network. This is why we have continued collaborating with Ubisoft to make these solutions available to a broader community: the Tezos community. Tezos is an open-source blockchain that is secure thanks to its on-chain governance and energy-efficient due to its Proof-of-Stake based consensus mechanism. With an active and committed community, this scalable b...
Experience GDPR Compliance with Ubisoft’s Locked Node Staking.
TL;DR - New KYC feature for nodes (Core Channel Nodes), Ubisoft to implement the KYC feature, How to stake on KYC-enabled nodes, A list of the most common questions, Aleph.im has released an update to its account page with a new feature for KYC-enabled staking. This update allows users to stake their tokens on locked nodes verified through a Know Your Customer (KYC) process. To use this feature, node owners must specify a KYC provider URL and a management account address. The URL will redirect the user to the KYC provider, which will perform the necessary compliance steps first. At the same time, the management account can control the addresses that successfully completed the KYC process. — GDPR - Ubisoft is the first company to implement a GDPR-compliant staking mechanism for its nodes. This innovative system requires stakers to undergo a Know Your Customer (KYC) process provided by the renowned KYC provider Synaps.io. Stakers can be assured that their personal data is kept secure and that they retain ownership of their uploaded documents and metadata as it is stored on aleph.im’s decentralized storage infrastructure. By requiring a KYC verification, Ubisoft can ensure that only compliant individuals or entities can stake on their nodes, thereby avoiding any potential violations of GDPR regulations. This unique staking system not only allows Ubisoft to comply with GDPR requirements but also helps to protect the p...
Aleph.im — Roadmap Horizon 2023
Aleph.im — Roadmap Horizon 2023 - It’s incredible to reflect on how much was built in Aleph.im since the launch of the network in 2020 DeFi Summer two years ago. Let’s take a look at what has been happening in Aleph.im to date: — Aleph.im origin — Synopsys - As builders in web3 space we’ve identified a problem where applications running on public blockchain networks don’t have computing stack solutions that can address mass consumer scale of demand. While Blockchains are fantastic for consensus and security, it is prohibitive to use Blockchain networks for storage and computation at the scales required by modern day mass consumer applications. What most developers end up with is an architecture where a centralized cloud serves compute requirements. To solve this issue, a community of open source developers led by Moshe Malawach started Aleph.im project: A decentralized cloud computing network that can serves as general purpose cloud compute solutions: fast and affordable data query, content storage and distribution, elastic compute resource provisioning, confidential computing, modular access control, and digital identity framework. We started off building proof of concept components of fully decentralized apps, some of which are being currently under redevelopment into future products: 📦Personal storage dApp PoC (akin to decentralized Dropbox). 🧾Blogging dApp blogtest.aleph.im DID PoC &...
What is the Future Of Cloud Computing?
Cloud computing has become a de facto for most businesses around the world, and for a good reason. They provide scalability on demand and shorten an application’s time to market. But it comes with a caveat too large to ignore — companies have no choice but to trust a centralized service provider(s) with all their data and play by their rules. This has adverse consequences for companies and their customers (as we’ll see in the subsequent sections of the article), which has prompted the need for decentralized cloud computing services. In this article, we’ll look at what decentralized cloud computing is and how it addresses the drawbacks of centralized computing services. — What is Decentralized Cloud Computing? - Decentralized cloud computing refers to a peer-to-peer network where anyone from across the globe can provide computing resources to others. The peers often earn tokenized incentives for their contribution to the network. At the core of the decentralized cloud computing model lie blockchains and smart contracts. Blockchains enable multiple distributed nodes to agree in consensus on transactions and smart contracts permit complex operations without the need for any central authority. Before we dive deeper into these concepts, let’s look at how cloud computing has evolved over the years and what led to the need for a decentralized cloud computing alternative. — How Cloud Computing Evolved Over ...
Aleph.im Tokenomics Update / Nov 2022
Introduction - Due to the current market conditions and sustainability of running resource nodes, we’ve decided to update our tokenomics for node operators and adjust how rewards are scheduled and paid out. As of next year, we will be moving to a pay-as-you-go model, but for now, we are operating on an ALEPH token holder model. With the use of the network increasing as we bring on more and more partners, it is important to improve our tokenomics to keep the network strong, sustainable and rewarding for those who help us secure it. — Network Pricing Update - These are the updates on the pricing of using the network: — Storage. — No change yet, we maintain 3MB/ALEPH held in the wallet that signs the STORE message. This storage benefits from the high redundancy and availability provided by our network and the availability on the IPFS network. We are developing optimizations on the sharding of the files and will increase the amount of data per token held in the near future. — Running Programs and VMs. — Running programs or virtual machines on Aleph.im also works by holding tokens in the owner’s wallet. We are updating the price to take into account recent developments and the introduction of persistent VMs. In order to run virtual machines on Aleph.im, the wallet that creates the VM must hold enough tokens to cover both the storage of the required files (defined above) and the execution of ...
What is Decentralized File Storage and Why It’s More Important Than You Think…
The rise of mobile applications, eCommerce, and the Internet of Things (IoT) has led to the creation of an astounding amount of data in every industry. Currently, all of this data is processed and stored in large servers owned primarily by one of these three companies: Amazon, Google, or Microsoft. These centralized cloud services drive efficiency in operations through instant infrastructure availability and scalability. The caveat is that centralized storage creates single points of failures, network outages, and other risks. So, in this article, we’ll look at these risks and explain how decentralized file storage systems work to mitigate them. But first things first, let’s look at how file storage systems evolved through the years to better understand why the internet needs decentralized file storage systems. — The Evolution of File Storage Systems - The earliest data storage systems were stiff pieces of paper called punch cards. They used holes to represent the presence and absence of information and were initially developed to store data for the 1890 US Census. However, their usage and popularity grew, which led to a demand for more storage. It was then that IBM came up with cards that had rectangular holes spaced tightly to accommodate more data. For almost four decades, this remained the most popular way to store, sort, and report data. Later, in 1956, IBM created the first hard drive that could store abou...
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 ...