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|The price of #AZERO today is $1.29 USD.|
The lowest AZERO price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.29, and the exact current price of one AZERO crypto coin is $1.29343.
The all-time high AZERO coin price was $3.11.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of AZERO with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Aleph Zero is #AZERO. |
Aleph Zero is 1.8 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Aleph Zero is $323,229,801.|
Aleph Zero is ranking downwards to #121 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is big today for #AZERO.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Aleph Zero is $2,180,317.
|The circulating supply of AZERO is 249,900,451 coins, which is 72% of the total coin supply.|
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|ZK-Rollup Coin Sector's Value Plummets by 46% in 7 Months
At the outset of the year, cryptocurrency assets linked to the realm of ZK-rollups commanded significant attention. In February, the market capitalization of the ZK-rollup coin ecosystem reached a substantial $13.7 billion. However, the subsequent months witnessed a stark transformation, with the ZK-rollup coin sector experiencing a substantial decline of over 46%, ultimately settling at a market capitalization of $7.38 billion.The ZK-Rollup Coin Downturn: $6.32B Erased in 2023
This past Tuesday, Bitcoin.com News unveiled an enlightening Learning and Insights editorial, shedding light on the nitty-gritty of ZK-rollups and their functionality. In essence, ZK-rollups represent a formidable privacy-preserving layer two (L2) innovation that furnishes a remedy for blockchain scalability, affording the capacity for swifter and more abundant transaction execution on blockchains.
ZK-rollup coins are inextricably linked to projects spearheading the ZK-rollup movement and they enjoyed the limelight at the start of 2023. According to archived statistics from February 13, 2023, the ZK-rollup coin economy had a former valuation of $13.7 billion. Over the course of 219 days, nearly half, or 46.13%, of this value has been erased.
As of September 20, 2023, the ZK-rollup token economy was valued at $7.38 billion, with Polygon's MATIC taking the forefront. While the valuation of ZK-rollup tokens makes up a mere 0.66% of the $1.11 trillion cryptocurrency economy, MATIC represents 68.56% of the...
|Next Block Expo Returns to Berlin – Leading European Blockchain Fe...
[PRESS RELEASE - Berlin, Germany, September 7th, 2023]
Next Block Expo (NBX), the Blockchain Festival of Europe, is set to make its return to Berlin on December 4th and 5th. 2500+ Attendees, 140+ Speakers, 60+ Exhibitors, 8 Awards Categories.
The third edition of the highly anticipated event will take place at the iconic CineStar Cinema, located in the heart of Berlin, just steps away from the world-famous Weihnachtsmarkt.
The two-day event will explore the latest developments and trends in various fields, including DeFi, Metaverse, NFT, Gaming, Privacy, Scaling, Exchanges, Venture Capital, Fundraising, Legal/Tax, Payments, and Security, gathering top Web3 brands and speakers.
Over the years, the conference has hosted top brands, including Binance, Ethereum Foundation, Polygon, Cosmos, Polkadot, Solana, Near, Aleph Zero, and many others.
Igneus Terrenus, Partner Relations at BitDAO & Public Liaison at Mantle, commented on the event, stating: 'NBX is a prime barometer for the industry’s health and vibrancy, allowing an unvarnished look into regional insights and setting a fabulous stage for global ideas.'
Organizers have curated special formats including Trading Zone, Women in Web3 with dedicated content and networking sessions, Pitch Contest for Web3 Startups, Hackathon, and much more.
To enhance networking and collaboration opportunities, all Next Block Expo attendees will gain access to a highly valued smart-networking app dedicated to the event where they can:
|ETHWarsaw Returns for its Second Edition Alongside Warsaw Blockchain Wee...
[Press Release - Warsaw, Poland, August 21st, 2023]
ETHWarsaw, a web3 conference and hackathon, organized by a passionate group of local Ethereum enthusiasts, returns for its second edition. The event is set to take place from August 31st to September 3rd, 2023 in Warsaw, Poland, bringing together a global community of builders, founders, and educators in web3.
Building upon the achievements of its debut, the second edition of ETHWarsaw promises an enhanced experience as it will coincide with the first in the history of Warsaw Blockchain Week.
“Despite the backdrop of crypto's resurgence after a challenging year, we’re ready to deliver an even more comprehensive experience for the global community traveling across the world to Poland. This year we're literally transforming Warsaw, a tech hub teeming with talent, into a hotbed of web3 action,” said Lukasz Stoczynski, ETHWarsaw’s Co-Founder, Business Development Lead.
This collaborative initiative, set against the charming blend of tradition and modernity that defines Warsaw, promises community-organized side events, including conferences, networking meetups, and parties.
The collective effort is poised to make this year's ETHWarsaw, for the second year in a row, the biggest web3 conference in the CEE region and Warsaw Blockchain Week the largest blockchain event ever held in Poland.
ETHWarsaw is structured to cater to both seasoned professionals and curious newcomers including web2 developers and studen...
|Why Polygon Will Implement Ethereum's EIP-1559 Update
Ethereum’s scalability solution Polygon will implement this network update in its fee model via EIP-1559. According to an official post, this upgrade will introduce a burning mechanism for MATIC and will improve its fee visibility.
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Ethereum introduced EIP-1559 with Hard Fork London back in 2021. The update was highly anticipated as it was supposed to aid mitigate Ethereum’s congestion issues and made fee more predictable. Some users even claimed the update was going to significantly reduce Ethereum fees which has proven to be false.
However, as seen below, data from Messari suggest that fees on Ethereum have actually increased since the implementation of EIP-1559. At least in a one-year period and comparing the period pre-London, and the posterior months.
According to Polygon, their team is got ready to roll out the update today January 18th. As the post claims, EIP-1559 changed Ethereum’s first-price auction model for fee calculation to establish a fixed fee to include a transaction on a block. This base fee can vary and its burn once the transaction has been validated. The post explained:
The burning is a two-step affair that starts on the Polygon network and completes on the Ethereum network. The Polygon team has created a public interface where users can monitor and become part of the burning process.
The team behind Polygon ...