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|The price of #AMPL today is $1.26 USD.|
The lowest AMPL price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.26, and the current live price for one AMPL coin is $1.26218.
The all-time high AMPL coin price was $4.05.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of AMPL with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Ampleforth crypto currency is #AMPL. |
Ampleforth is 4.3 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Ampleforth is $30,386,632.|
Ampleforth is ranking upwards to #358 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is medium during the past 24 hours for #AMPL.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Ampleforth is $221,595.
|The circulating supply of AMPL is 24,074,772 coins, which is 3% of the maximum coin supply.|
A highlight of Ampleforth is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.
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|Rebase Tokens: A Stunning Collapse From $8 Billion to $351 Million in 20...
The crypto winter inflicted a brutal toll on the digital currency landscape, leaving numerous coins with values utterly obliterated. Within this ravaged financial terrain, one specific category — rebase tokens — suffered a tremendous deflation in worth over the previous 20 months. In a stark illustration of this downturn, the total value of the leading rebase tokens, once exceeding $8 billion in November 2021, has now plummeted to a mere $351 million.Crypto Winter Chills Rebase Tokens: A $7.68 Billion Loss in Value
In 2021, the rebase token economy soared to an impressive $8.03 billion, concurrent with the crypto economy's monumental valuation of $2.78 trillion. Fast forward to the present, and the crypto economy has contracted to $1.21 trillion, with a significant portion of value having been drained from the rebase token economy during 2022’s bear market cycle.
At their core, rebase tokens represent a category of cryptocurrencies capable of modifying their supply through a mechanism known as rebasing. This distinctive class of tokens strives to meet specific price targets or other financial objectives by dynamically altering the supply of tokens.
Having soared to heights exceeding $8 billion in November 2021, the rebase economy has since experienced a precipitous downfall, shedding a staggering $7.68 billion in value. A mere 20 months ago, Olympus DAO's token OHM commanded a price of $856 per unit, while Wonderland's token TIME boasted a value of $8,962 pe...
|Aave Freezes Multiple Lending Markets Citing Volatility Concerns
The decentralized lending protocol AAVE has temporarily disabled its lending markets for multiple Ethereum-based tokens facing excess volatility and low liquidity.
The 17 frozen assets include various defi tokens that are competitors to AAVE, such as Compound (COMP) and Curve Finance (CRV).
On Sunday, Aave passed a near-unanimous governance vote to disable the markets, with only two votes against, and over 500,000 in favor.
In total, Aave’s frozen market list included the following: YFI, CRV, ZRX, MANA, 1inch, BAT, sUSD, ENJ, GUSD, AMPL, RAI, USDP, LUSD, xSUSHI, DPI, renFIL, and MKR.
Among those, 5 are dollar-pegged stablecoins, including sUSD, Pax Dollar (USDP), Liquidity USD (LUSD), Gemini Dollar (GUSD) and RAI.
The motion was proposed to mitigate risk “given that the market situation of these assets is currently volatile.”
Earlier this month, Aave faced a $60 million short attack on its CRV pool using USDC as collateral.
The attacker happened to be Avraham Eisenberg, the same person who exploited Mango Markets for $117 million in October, and who defended his actions as ethical in an uncensored interview.
Eisenberg ultimately failed in this attempt and lost $10 million in the process. Nevertheless, the financial modeling platform Gauntlet called for freezing certain Aave markets in the aftermath as a precaution.
“The Aave ecosystem was built with a number of mechanisms that the Aave community can deploy to cover event...
|BC Game Takes Home the Sigma Award for Crypto Casino of the Year
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This is by far the most historic moment for BC.Game, which is pleased to announce that they have won the Crypto Casino of the Year Sigma Award in Curaçao in June 2022. Every year, the most deserving online casino platform receives the prestigious Sigma Award.
Aside from this award, Sigma also holds events in many places around the world, such as in America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Sigma America was hosted between 6 - 9 June, bringing together the industry’s most innovative minds.
Last year, True Flip held the crown, but it has been handed over to BC.Game this year. The new title holder is currently revolutionizing both the casino industry and the blockchain space at the same time.
2022 for the BC.Game
Even though it's almost the halfway point of the year, BC.Game has already won another award. This time, the second award is for the AIBC Blockchain Gaming Platform of the Year.
After the awards were given out, Steven, Co-founder of BC.Game, expressed his gratitude to the team for receiving such a significant distinction. 'We're glad to receive the Crypto Casino of The Year award, and we can't wait for many years to come for us to prove that we're doing our best to give our players an exceptional experience.'
There is no doubt that 2022 is going to be BC.Game's year, as they have shown their ability to be trusted in this business since 2017. The casino's primary objective has always been to give its customers the greatest g...
|Bittrex CBO: Why Bittrex Lost its Lead, Token Sales' Critical Mist...
Bittrex Global is the international arm of the Seattle, Washington-based U.S. Bittrex exchange. It is based in Lichtenstein, and it’s registered and supervised by the local financial market authority. For the first years of crypto trading and until the 2017 bull run, Bittrex was considered to be among the leading exchanges, and founders were eager to list their tokens on the US-based exchange.
Chris Sinkey is the Chief Business Officer and Listing Director for Bittrex Global for non-U.S. users.
At the Paris Blockchain Week conference in April, CryptoPotato sat down with Sinkey for an illuminating conversation about the history of Bittrex, the current state of crypto exchanges with regard to security and regulation, and the future of token sales.
Sinkey told us that “It became clear that due to regulatory clarity, it made a lot of business sense to segregate our user base between US and non-US.
Bittrex and Bittrex Global: What’s the Difference?
Sinkey revealed that they created the new international entity called Bittrex Global in search of regulatory clarity and based it in Lichtenstein, where the company is registered and also supervised.
Both companies (Bittrex and Bittrex Global) continue to have “a relationship to this day from an engineering perspective.” In other words, Bittrex supports the engineering backend, the trading infrastructure, the matching engine, wallet, integrations, and the new product development of Bittrex Global.
|Rebase Market Carnage: TIME Slips 61%, Wonderland Admin Allegedly Co-Fou...
While reserve-based crypto assets like gold tokens and stablecoins have been able to weather the crypto market carnage over the last two weeks, rebase tokens like wonderland (TIME), and Olympus (OHM) have seen massive losses. Wonderland is down more than 96% since the crypto asset's all-time high (ATH), and OHM is down over 95% since it's own ATH. Furthermore, the Wonderland project is surrounded by controversy as it's been assumed that one of the founding members was a former Quadrigacx employee.
Rebase Token Economy Drops From $3.2 Billion to $1.74 Billion
The total value locked (TVL) across all the decentralized finance (defi) protocols in existence today is just under the $200 billion mark. While many defi projects have managed to stave off the recent crypto market rout, others have seen their valuations slide during the last two weeks. Lots of funds have moved into reserve-based crypto assets like stablecoins and gold-backed tokens in order to hedge against the price fluctuations.
Stablecoins and gold tokens have been able to hold their pegs, specifically to the specific asset the tokens are connected to, such as the U.S. dollar or one troy ounce of .999 fine gold. On the other hand, reserve-based rebase tokens have seen massive losses over the last few months and even more so during the last two weeks. The entire list of more than two dozen rebase tokens listed by market valuation is worth $1.63 billion, as it lost 11% over the last day. The crypto asset olympus (OHM) h...
|Top 3 Rebase Token Markets Shudder — Stats Show TIME, OHM, BTRFLY ...
While the crypto economy has shed more than 3% in fiat value during the last 24 hours dropping to $2.09 trillion, the top rebase tokens by market capitalization have seen significant losses this week. At the time of writing, the rebase token economy is valued at over $3.2 billion but has lost more than 10% in value during the last 24 hours. The largest rebase token economies such as Wonderland, Olympus, and Redacted Cartel have shed between 36% to 55% over the last week.
Top 3 Rebase Token Protocols Shed Billions in Value Over the Last Week, Wonderland Down 87% Since High
On the first day of November 2021, Bitcoin.com News took a deep dive into the Olympus DAO and the reserve-backed asset called OHM. Olympus is a decentralized finance (defi) project that is described as a rebase token and since Olympus started, a myriad of Olympus forks have been born.
Essentially, rebase token protocols adjust the token supply in a periodic fashion or when the price fluctuates. Olympus was once the largest rebase token project, but the project Wonderland is now the largest market cap with $1.1 billion. The market valuation of all the OHM in circulation today is $945 million.
This past week was not a good time for rebase token investors, and discussions of losses and liquidations can be seen littered all over social media. Moreover, on January 17, 2022, reports show that Wonderland's token TIME was trading below the treasury limit. One user claims he lost over 2,000 TIME or roughly $9.5 mil...