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MicroMoney  

#AMM

AMM Price:
$0.026
Volume:
$6
All Time High:
$1.99
Market Cap:
$411.9 K


Circulating Supply:
15,777,256
Exchanges:
1+
Total Supply:
15,777,256
Markets:
1+
Max Supply:
17,532,943
Pairs:
2



  AMM PRICE


The price of #AMM today is $0.026 USD.

The lowest AMM price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.026, and the current live price for one AMM coin is $0.02611.

The all-time high AMM coin price was $1.99.

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


  AMM OVERVIEW


The code for MicroMoney crypto currency is #AMM.

MicroMoney is 6.3 years old.


  AMM MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for MicroMoney is $411,899.

MicroMoney is ranking upwards to #1600 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  AMM VOLUME


The trading volume is very weak during the past 24 hours for #AMM.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for MicroMoney is $6.00.


  AMM SUPPLY


The circulating supply of AMM is 15,777,256 coins, which is 90% of the maximum coin supply.

Note the limited supply of MicroMoney coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


  AMM BLOCKCHAIN


AMM is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  AMM EXCHANGES


AMM has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

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


  AMM RESOURCES


Websitewww.micromoney.io
Whitepaperwww.micromoney.io/MicroMoney_whitepaper_ENG.pdf
Twittermicromoneyio
Telegrammicromoneyico


  AMM NEWS


XRP Will Not Become A Stablecoin For Banks After AMM Launch: Expert

    In the wake of Ripple's announcement regarding the integration of an Automated Market Maker (AMM) into the XRP Ledger (XRPL), the community has been abuzz with speculation and debate. Central to this discourse is the potential transformation of XRP in light of this update, particularly in regard to its classification and function as a digital asset. Ripple's Chief Technology Officer, David Schwartz, previously hailed this update as the most significant for XRPL, raising expectations among stakeholders. Additionally, at the recent Swell conference, Ripple revealed plans to integrate its rebranded Ripple Payments product with the XRPL's native decentralized exchange (DEX), further stirring discussions among community members. The community's response has been a mix of euphoria and confusion. Digital Perspectives, a key community influencer with over 150,000 followers on X, expressed concerns over the potential implications of this update: 'Are we watching XRP become a stablecoin with the introduction of AMMs and the Prudential Treatment requirements from the Bank of International Settlement [BIS]? Cat 1 vs Cat 2, where would you classify XRP?' He further questioned, 'When XLS-30D passes and AMMs become an integral part of the XRPL, will it change the characteristics of XRP and qualify as a group 1b asset for BIS and other banks?” XRP Price Volatility Is Necessary Panos Mekras, the co-founder of crypto-focused company Anodos, quickly intervened to dispel the rumors and sp... read More



Beluga's Multichain AMM Hack on Arbitrum Results in $175K Loss

    Beluga, a Multichain AMM protocol, recently fell victim to a malicious hacking attack that scooped about $175K in crypto a few hours ago. This is just the latest hacks and cyber attacks that have been clouding the crypto space in 2023, stealing over a billion. Beluga Protocol Attacked As per the reports, this attack targeted the Beluga protocol deployed on the Arbitrum network. The news broke when security firm PeckShield reported the incident on X, mentioning that the attackers managed to steal the tokens in several exploits. PeckShield's first reports indicated that the attackers stole about 59 ETH from the Beluga protocol. #PeckShieldAlert The @Belugadex exploiter has grabbed ~$175K worth of $ETH in total and transferred them (113 $ETH) into #MEXC pic.twitter.com/9PkNn4wmLM — PeckShieldAlert (@PeckShieldAlert) October 13, 2023 Subsequently, the perpetrator deposited 0.1 ETH into their wallet from the well-known cryptocurrency exchange OKX. Uncertainty arises regarding the hacker's utilization of fraudulent identification to circumvent OKX's Know Your Customer (KYC) verification process. After the first attack, PeckShield reported more losses, as the attacker stole more to take their initial stolen amount to 108.9 ETH, worth around $168K. However, moments later, PeckerShield reported that the ongoing exploit managed to garner an additional amount, bringing the total loot to about 113.3 ETH or approximately $175K. After the long continuous exploit, the attackers' wal... read More



Biswap DEX Unveils Improved AMM as Part of Its Ambitious 2023 Roadmap

    [PRESS RELEASE - New York, United States, 31st January 2023] BNB Chain decentralized exchange Biswap has published its 2023 roadmap, which includes a number of proposed improvements and upgrades. It includes details of a new AMM, route optimization, and perpetual trading. Take a look at the main Biswap benefits: https://biswap.org/. A new AMM protocol with concentrated liquidity will allow Liquidity Providers to accumulate their capital to smaller price intervals than from 0 to infinity, increasing capital use efficiency and providing users with more profitable exchange conditions with less slippage. Improved routing to find the best trading pairs will allow users to execute larger transactions with less slippage and increase capital efficiency, as well as receive greater rewards from trading fees for Liquidity Providers. To reduce pressure on the price of the native Biswap token and provide opportunities for more earnings for long-term BSW token holders, the Biswap team has developed several initiatives. In the future, they will be explained and put forward to BSW holders for voting. Evolving market trends have also prompted the Biswap team to implement decentralized futures trading (with an on-chain order book on the BNB network). To implement this idea in a safe manner, the team has decided to connect a ready-made solution from ApolloX at this stage of product development. As part of the Biswap ecosystem expansion, there are plans to create a widget that will increase trad... read More



Ripple Wants to Bring Enormous DeFi Potential to XRPL via Uniswap-Like A...

    Ripple is currently considering adding an AMM feature to its network. According to a Github release, discussions are ongoing for the 0030 XLS-30d proposal that seeks to introduce Automated Market Maker (AMM) to the XRPL blockchain. This is believed to have enormous potential for the network. Yields, liquidity pools, liquidity tokens!- the XLS-30d discussion for an #XRPL Automated Market Maker (AMM) has enormous potential for the network. This is an attempt to understand what #Ripple's David Schwartz called the 'secret sauce' of an XRPL AMM. in 13 tweets. pic.twitter.com/fuAT6vg7my— WrathofKahneman (@WKahneman) July 3, 2022 Automated market makers (AMMs) enable crypto assets to be traded without permission and conventional order books. Trading occurs automatically using pools of available tokens referred to as liquidity pools. At the moment, the XRPL decentralized exchange (DeX) provides liquidity only through manual market making and order books. The XLS-30d proposal seeks to introduce a noncustodial automated market maker (AMM) as a native feature to the XRPL DeX in a way that maximizes returns for those who supply liquidity for the AMM and reduces the risk of losses brought on by volatility. How Ripple seeks to be different Not all AMMs are the same, and varying techniques have different trade-offs. In comparison to Uniswap, Ripple considers geometric mean market makers (GM3) as a native XRPL feature. To generate liquidity automatic... read More



SithSwap raises $2.65M to build next-gen AMM on StarkNet

    SithSwap, a next-generation automated market maker (AMM) on StarkNet, announced it has successfully raised $2.65 million at a $25 million valuation in a seed funding round led by Lemniscap, with participation from Big Brain Holdings, GSR, DWeb3 Capital, Ghaf Capital Partners, as well as angel investors Anthony Beaumont and Etienne Royole. The SithSwap team will use the seed capital raised to expand its talent pool by hiring talented Cairo developers and expedite the deployment of the core AMM contracts to the StarkNet Alpha Mainnet. Roderik van der Graaf, Founder of Lemniscap, said: “Next-gen AMMs have been sorely missing from the promising StarkNet ecosystem, and it is beyond exciting to finally see one with a novel and unique design entering the fray. We are fully confident in the team’s capabilities, and that SithSwap will achieve its goal of delivering stable swaps on Starknet that will redefine the future and scale of DeFi.” StarkNet — a permissionless, decentralized layer-2 network built over Ethereum that delivers cutting-edge ZK-rollup technology — has been gaining traction by enabling developers to build decentralized applications that are both secure and scalable. However, despite StarkNet’s potential and popularity, advanced stableswap AMMs are currently missing from its ecosystem. SithSwap seeks to bridge this gap by building early on StarkNet and providing instant volatile and stableswaps with ultra-low slippage and near-zero g... read More



Hoo's First Stage of Token-Repurchase Program Completed With Over ...

    PRESS RELEASE. On February 17th, 2022, Hoo announced the completion of the first-stage token-repurchase plan on HOO Token with a cumulative total of 423,982.18 HOO repurchased from the secondary market. From January 2022, Hoo had imposed the strategic plan on generating 30% of the income revenue from spot trading (Spot Zone + Innovation Zone) of Hoo Exchange for enhancing the liquidity of the AMM pool. 15% of the income revenue would be used to repurchase HOO from the secondary market, and all the repurchased HOO would be placed into AMM liquidity pool. The remaining 15% income revenue would also be transferred to the AMM liquidity pool for optimizing the depth and activation of the secondary market continuously. According to the announcement, Hoo's accumulated spot transaction income is 3,385,520 USDT in January 2022. Thus, 1,015,656 USDT will be imposed into token-repurchase agreement, and half of which will be used to repurchase HOO from the secondary market and the remaining half of the USDT from income revenue will be added to the Hoo AMM liquidity pool together with the repurchased HOO. In addition, contributing to the support of a strong user base of Hoo Exchange, Hoo's market share has further increased with steady growth in the past few months. According to Coingecko, HOO's market capitalisation reached $92,427,436 on 31st January 2022, which has reached a 22.73% year-on-year growth on the total market capitalisation. HOO is an important element for the development o... read More



PowerTrade Management Team Explains the Benefits of Automated Market Mak...

    PowerTrade is an easy-to-use crypto options trading platform, enabling traders to maximize ROI through an intuitive interface that provides better prices and lower margin requirements. At PowerTrade, it's easy for anyone to get started trading with as little as $1 USD and continue trading with simple, fast, mobile-first trading for crypto options. Mario Gomez Lozada is the CEO of PowerTrade, and Richard Hodges is in charge of Trading & Risk at the company. They recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the platform, Automated Market Makers (AMMs) and much more: Mario Gomez Lozada, CEO of PowerTrade, is a finance professional and serial entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in the fixed income and currencies & commodities markets. In 2014, Mario founded Liquid.com, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency-fiat exchange platforms serving millions of customers worldwide. Mario started his career in the mid 1990's in the Internet industry where he developed early search engine technology based on his Computer Science Masters thesis before moving to Tokyo and developing frameworks used as financial systems for a number of major banks. After spending 13 years of his career at Merrill Lynch developing cutting-edge software for Sales and Trading systems, Mario joined Credit Suisse as Japan CIO and Head of Fixed Income IT Asia. Richard Hodges, Trading & Risk at PowerTrade, is a Derivatives, FX, and cryptocurrency expert with over 20 years of pro options t... read More



Timechain DEX Introduces Liquidity Pools & Farming Features on Its Autom...

    Decentralized financial ecosystem, Timechain announced the launch of new features to its decentralized exchange (DEX), this Monday, bringing the world of decentralized finance (DeFi) to its users. The new DeFi features include staking, liquidity pools, yield farming, and permissionless lending and borrowing. Additionally, users will be able to swap thousands of cryptocurrencies on multiple blockchains including assets on Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, and Fantom ecosystems. Since the start of 2020, the DeFi ecosystem has soared exponentially in value as developers introduced new ways for users to make their capital work. In 2021, the industry further blossomed as Layer 1 scalability solutions such as Solana and Layer 2 solutions including Polygon, Fantom, and Avalanche were built on Etherum, reducing the gas costs and transaction times greatly. According to DeFi Pulse data, the total locked value (TVL) DeFi ecosystem has grown from $10.5 billion in January 2020 to a high of $112 billion in November 2021, representing almost 10X growth during the period. One of the leading applications of DeFi supporting the gargantuan growth is the rise of automated market makers, or AMMs. They allow investors and token holders to use their tokens to provide liquidity, earn returns and concurrently increase demand for the native token exchange. The latest upgrades on Timechain’s DEX are set to improve the efficiency of its AMM while offering an industry-spread aggregator to enable users... read More



Hoo AMM Pool Launched, New Access to Increase User Yields

    PRESS RELEASE. According to Hoo users who participated in AMM (Automated Market Maker) test, each liquidity pool of Hoo has listed quantitative data, such as total liquidity, 24H transaction fee, 1 day and 7 days annualized return for users’ reference. Compared to on-chain DEX providing liquidity such as Uniswap, users can operate at the Hoo website without consuming Gas fees, and the operation is faster and without worrying about security issues such as smart contract vulnerabilities and hacker attacks. At present, Hoo has opened pools of BTC/USDT, ETH/USDT, SOL/USDT, DOGE/USDT, HOO/USDT and other trading pairs. And the exchange will add more trading pairs according to market demand, and add additional coin rewards, Hoo VIP rights and so on. Hoo AMM Pool Offers Users Commission of Fees Recently, Hoo Exchange has added the AMM pool feature after updating. It is known that the AMM pool is currently in the gray test phase, and some regular users can experience the scenario and gain benefits from it as a priority. For DeFi players, AMM (Automated Market Maker Mechanism) has long since ceased to be an out-of-the-way concept, and this mechanism is more commonly used by DEXs such as Uniswap and SushiSwap. It is characterized by supporting all market users to provide liquidity for asset trading pairs, which eventually constitute a liquidity-rich liquidity pool where the asset price varies according to the ratio of two assets in the liquidity pool, and accordingly, the liquidi... read More



Yearn Finance Creator To Launch New AMM, What It’s All About?

    Famous for his motto “I test in prod”, Andre Cronje, inventor of Yearn Finance and other DeFi protocols, will launch a new platform. Called ve(3,3) it has been designed as an Automated Market Maker (AMM) to operate with a “protocol for protocols” architecture. The protocols that decide to add ve(3,3) won’t lose fees, volumes, or liquidity, as the creator of Yearn Finance explained in an official post. Cronje believes AMMs utility has undergone a change, from primarily serving as a tool for liquidity providers to serving as an addition to projects. Thus, ve(3,3) seeks to meet the demand of AMM’s new users; other protocols. His new project, ve(3,3), will remove friction from the process of adding token incentives to a protocol’s liquidity, will make it simpler for projects to accrue fees from incentives, and will operate as a permissionless platform. The Yearn Finance developer said: With the above in place, any protocol or project can easily incentivize their own liquidity, be it for their token, their stable coin, or even other derivatives, and while doing so, they fully accrue fees. Cronje’s new protocol will have multiple features, including the capacity to natively support swaps between closely correlated assets, and uncorrelated assets, Uniswap v2 compatibility which will let projects deploy its interface, the possibility to permissionless create pools, gauges, and bribes. In addition, the protocol will operate with a 0.01% fee to be paid in base assets. C... read More



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