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CVP

PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power  

#CVP

CVP Price:
$0.38
Volume:
$4.0 M
All Time High:
$17.62
Market Cap:
$23.1 M


Circulating Supply:
61,494,990
Exchanges:
12
Total Supply:
100,000,000
Markets:
13
Max Supply:
100,000,000
Pairs:
28



  CVP PRICE


The price of #CVP today is $0.38 USD.

The lowest CVP price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.376, and the current live price for one CVP coin is $0.37561.

The all-time high CVP coin price was $17.62.

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


  CVP OVERVIEW


The code for PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power crypto currency is #CVP.

PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power is 3.7 years old.


  CVP MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power is $23,098,086.

PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power is ranking downwards to #575 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  CVP VOLUME


The trading volume is big today for #CVP.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for PowerPool Concentrated Voting Power is $3,954,443.


  CVP SUPPLY


The circulating supply of CVP is 61,494,990 coins, which is 61% of the maximum coin supply.


  CVP BLOCKCHAIN


CVP is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  CVP EXCHANGES


CVP is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 12 crypto exchanges.

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


  CVP RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #CVP, and you can view them on our CVP disambiguation page.


  CVP RESOURCES


Websitepowerpool.finance
Whitepaperdocs.powerpool.finance
Twitterpowerpoolcvp
Redditr/PowerPool
Telegrampowerpoolcvp
Discordc5NhqqjYjE
Mediumpowerpoolcvp


  CVP DEVELOPER NEWS



Proposal 56 implementation details

This post is devoted to the explanation of Proposal 56 implementation that the CVP holders recently approved: Post on the PowerPool governance forum with all the details and motivation behind Proposal 56: gov.powerpool.finance, The Snapshot voting results: snapshot.org, The takeaway from Proposal 56: Proposal 56 states: “Deprecate (1) PIPT (2) YETI (3) ASSY (4) YLA 1 (5) PowerAgent v1 by executing the following steps: Excluding deposit options and withdraw-only mode in PowerPool dApp UI for all mentioned Defi products and PowerAgent v1, switching off all automatic tx execution, moving mentioned products to the particular ‘Legacy’ section with UI warning and notifying the community about deprecation.”, The following steps will be done to implement all changes: All automatic PowerAgent v1 tasks, such as ASSY weights update, TWAP oracles, and others, will be stopped within a week., The only exception will be ZAP for YLA. The ZAP will operate for one more month to allow YLA users to withdraw their funds via ZAP., All tech issues with products, preventing withdrawals will be solved, The deposit option for all legacy products will be removed from PowerPool UI/UX, After a month left for YLA withdrawals, ZAP will be shut down. We want to point out that withdrawals from YLA will be available after this month as well, but users will need to pay the full amount of gas for it. Note that smart contracts of all legacy produ...




A notice on the PowerPool Governance tech update

Dear PowerPool community! During the last month, we worked on preparing the testnet of the latest PowerAgent v2 version. At the same time, the community would need to define the future of PowerPool through collective decision-making, like fixing up things with PowerPool legacy products, allocating testnet rewards, and much more. To make the governance process smooth & easy, the custom ‘PowerPool version’ of the Snapshot governance implementation (which included voting using xCVP and LP token of Univ2 CVP/ETH) will be substituted with the original Snapshot governance, available on the official Snapshot website:The new PowerPool Snapshot link: snapshot.org So, what $CVP holders need to know regarding this update: Users can now vote using only CVP on the wallet’s balance. The CVP balance in xCVP and CVP/ETH can no longer be used for voting., We plan to add other sources of votes (the Keeper node and LP positions) in the future by adding tech features (already developed and tested in the ‘PowerPool version’ of Snapshot governance) to the Snapshot., Snapshot governance is now available using the link: snapshot.org, All legacy proposals — 55 of them, will still be available in the old Snapshot and on-chain governance (for proposals, voted before snapshot implementation). In the future, we could migrate them to the original Snapshot to have all voting history., We aim to deprecate the legacy products and est...




What’s next for PowerPool in 2023? Dev recap & roadmap

Introduction - Some time ago PowerPool changed focus from developing Defi products for end-users to further developing the decentralized and autonomous network for automatic smart contracts execution. Read more about PowerPool pivot and our vision for the automatic smart contracts execution: Automation Agent Networks: The missing layer of DeFi 2.0 infrastructure, PowerPool/PowerAgent Roadmap Checkpoint: 2 years, The first version of this network, PowerAgent v1, was built by the PowerPool team and successfully operated from late 2020 to late 2022. After analyzing other existing automation solutions for smart-contracts execution and applying our automation and Defi products building experience, we developed a brand new concept of a genuinely decentralized and permissionless network for smart contracts execution — PowerAgent v2. After months of stealth development, testing, and conducting academic research on the most critical problems of smart contracts automation networks, we are thrilled to present the current results, roadmap, and other important information to the PowerPool community. — The results of working on PowerAgent v2 - In recent months the PowerPool DAO team dedicated significant resources to PowerAgent research and development. The work that was done can be divided into several logical sections: Code development, testing, deployment, UI/UX, and security audits, Network growth and analytics, Academic...




PowerAgent v2: FAQs

Smart contracts don’t execute themselves; the evolution of DeFi requires automation Based on experience gained since early 2020, PowerPool has for some time been developing the next iteration of our autonomous decentralized automated smart contract execution networks for projects running on any EVM compatible chain. Now audited and ready for initial tests with $CVP-staking Keepers looking to earn fees, PowerAgent v2 will replace PowerAgent v1, launched in late 2020, and serve as the primary automation tool powering existing and future PowerPool investor products. Alongside building and auditing the code of PowerAgent v2, the PowerPool Research team has already published two in-depth articles describing the need for DeFi automation in general and the innovations offered by the new PowerAgent v2 architecture: — Automation Agent Networks: The missing layer of DeFi 2.0 infrastructure - or Smart Contracts don’t Execute Themselves, Part 1. Link to Part 1 TL/DR: As DeFi becomes ever more complex, protocols and users need increased (ideally autonomous and decentralized) automation to operate transparently and trustlessly while reducing user involvement and gas costs. DeFi is rapidly evolving from requiring all interactions to be done (and gas paid) mainly BY USERS, to most, if not all actions being done by automation FOR users, making their DeFi experience smoother, cheaper and easier. Most major DeFi protocols are developi...




PowerPool/PowerAgent Roadmap Checkpoint: 2 years

Thoughts, reflections, conclusions, and future plans Some reflections on what we learned during the first 2 years of building PowerPool/PowerAgent. Recently, we created a condensed version of what we have accomplished in the last two years at PowerPool: https://powerpool.finance/story/ We analyzed the PowerPool journey and summarized what we have learned so far. The results of our observations were the rationale for our near-term protocol strategy focusing on the deployment of v2 of the PowerAgent automation network on different chains and building automated products on top of it.How it all started PowerPool was launched as a meta-governance protocol. After the community-driven update, PowerPool was focused on solving one challenge in particular: enabling efficient decentralized diversified DeFi indices/token baskets available to all. Early PowerPool innovations included:pooled meta-governance (Aug 2020)staking tokens from an AMM in a third-party contract for yield (Dec 2020, released early 2021)decentralized autonomous automation network solution & infrastructure (early 2021)Our reflections on index markets after active participation in them for 1.5 years Too early? We believe it is still too early for most Defi investors to favor diversified baskets/indices. To date, all existing Defi baskets/indices hold a very small percentage of their underlying assets’ circulating supply. Even at the peak of the last bull m...




PowerPool’s UI/UX update: ETH.LIMO + Filecoin for robustness and decentralization

Introduction The main problem with centralized infrastructure is that there will always be a single point of failure within the system; when the centralized service provider goes down, the platforms and products that rely on the service provider become unusable and inaccessible. Of course, smart contracts are always available while the Ethereum network operates correctly, but without UI/UX the majority of ordinary users cannot really use them. This is the main reason that we have moved the PowerPool website off of the IPFS Gateway powered by Cloudflare to decentralized ETH.LIMO gateway.How does the PowerPool website work now? PowerPool’s website is hosted on IPFS, which means that all the files needed for the webpage’s UI/UX are stored in IPFS. However, we needed to link it to the domain name to provide easy browser access to the webpage based on these IPFS-hosted files. We originally used Cloudflare IPFS Gateway as the ‘link’ between the two. However, after the latest issues with Cloudfare, we decided to move to a more decentralized alternative such as ETH.LIMO. The main feature of ETH.LIMO is that it has the ability to bond IPFS-hosted content with ENS domain names, which allows it to host the UI/UX of dApps without relying on centralized infrastructure. However, IPFS isn’t the ultimate solution for hosting data since it has the persistency problem that comes down to the issue that storage and replication aren...




Introducing ppTORN: an auto-compounding strategy for tornado.cash $TORN governance staking

Today we are thrilled to announce ppTORN — a vault that allows users to maximize $TORN staking returns thanks to PowerPool’s auto-compounding algorithm.How does it work? ppTORN is a smart contract that aggregates user deposits into the tornado.cash governance staking contract. The ppTorn vault harvests and auto-compounds $TORN rewards (protocol fees); ppTORN uses a smart algorithm for harvesting and re-staking which allows it to compound the rewards for Tornado token holders while reducing overall gas costs.We calculated that during 2 months user generated 61% APY in ppTORN vs 52% for direct staking without Vault.In order to replicate ppTORN user should spend 0.57ETH during 2 months. It is important to point out, that the user pays ONLY for ERC20 transfer and doesn’t pay for staking operation into Tornado.cash contract, harvest, and re-stake operation. In order to build this product, The PowerPool research and development team ran experiments that processed on-chain data of the Tornado.cash governance staking contract which revealed that there are optimal time conditions for compounding TORN income:ppTORN research: balance, gas-adjusted position vs harvest/re-stake period We used on-chain data for the first two months of operation and then we used the TORN 2.0 tokenomics model to estimate a staker’s income in different scenarios of harvesting and re-staking. The results revealed that ppTORN allows users to gen...




PowerPool recent updates and development roadmap

During the recent month, there was a lot of stuff going on in PowerPool, mainly on the development and R&D side. This article shares what is going on in the project with the community.A strategic focus on smart automated products We published two papers on LUSD Balancer v2 pool[1],[2]. This product is a combination of StableSwap pool launched on top of Balancer v2 which can redirect profits from ETH liquidations from Liquity Stability Pool (and mining LQTY tokens). It means that such a product generates a substantial AMM yield without additional token rewards. Besides that, this stablecoin yield product has the following features:It’s a first-ever AMM stablecoin pool yield product generating an additional yield from crypto market downtrend (ETH liquidations)This product generates more APY when the market is highly volatileWe can consider it as a “safe short” stablecoin position since it generates more yield is the market is going down, at the same time being stablecoin yield product without risks of losing capital is the market will go in the opposite direction (growth) This product will be built on top of Balancer v2, Liquity, and B.Protocol. The implementation scheme is following: So, we made simulations based on available on-chain data, and for liquidations-rich January 2022, APY was around 24%. After that, we shared all our results with Balancer, Liquity, B.Protocol and received positive feedback and demonstrati...




Enhancing yield and capital efficiency of Balancer v2/Liquity LUSD pool model

Abstract This article is an update to the previously published LUSD-staBAL Balancer v2 pool model. In a recent publication, we demonstrated the possibility of creating a StableSwap AMM pool offering substantial yield by staking tokens in third-party contracts, resulting in ~10.7% APY after protocol fees. However, after exploring yield opportunities in Balancer v2 ecosystem, we decided to replace staBAL LP token with a-bb-USD — an LP token of another Balancer v2 stablecoin pool. This pool implements the brand new Boosted Pool concept and generates additional yield by lending DAI/USDT/USDC tokens on AAVE.In LUSD-a-bb-USD pool, each stablecoin will generate cashflows to an AMM using AAVE or Liquity protocols. Also, we decided to use B.Protocol for executing liquidations instead of PowerPool in-house solution. It will accelerate the development of this pool, decrease risks and gas costs, and allow PowerPool to focus on asset managers’ implementation. Since a-bb-USD pool is a brand new pool in Balancer v2 and historical on-chain data is not available for the initial period of 1 OCT — 25 NOV 2021, we decided to run an experiment for 1 JAN — 30 JAN 2022 period. LUSD-a-bb-USD pool created by PowerPool is built on top Balancer v2, Liquidity, B.Protocol, and AAVE protocols.LUSD-a-bb-USD pool generated 19–24% APY during the observation period depending on market conditions. The mentioned APY is achieved without a...




PowerPool introduces first yield harvesting StableSwap pool built using Balancer v2 and Liquity

This pool fully utilizes Balancer v2 architecture and PowerPool automated asset managers offering ~12% APY without any additional rewards Note: recently we published a significant update to this model. It utilizes the Balancer Boosted Pools and offers much higher APY.SummaryHypothetical LUSD-staBAL StableSwap built on top of Balancer v2/Liquity/PowerPool generated ~12% APY without any additional rewards allocated to it;Such a result was achieved by depositing LUSD into Liquity Stability Pool and harvesting ETH/LQTY proceeds in the AMM pool. LUSD was used for swaps and contributing to Liquity system stability at the same time;StableSwap pools with asset managers potentially could solve secondary market liquidity issue for some other stablecoins independently from Curve/other DEX protocol incentives;Introduction StableSwap AMM — an AMM for swapping stablecoins with low slippage was introduced by Michael Egorov, Curve founder in late 2019. Early 2020 it was launched in mainnet and gained much traction, becoming essential Defi protocol ranked #1 by TVL. Today it is not possible to imagine Defi without StableSwap and Curve.fi. It is officially launched on nine EVM-compatible chains. Many other projects use StableSwap AMM for stablecoin exchange services. Other assets with almost the same value, such as ETH/stETH, WBTC/renBTC, and others, can also be exchanged using StableSwap AMM. Curve is so essential to the DeFi ecosyste...




  CVP NEWS


Okx to Cut Ties With Privacy Coins Amid Regulatory Heat, Triggering Mark...

    In light of the ongoing dialogue around Binance's removal of privacy coins, the cryptocurrency exchange Okx has declared the removal of various spot trading pairs linked to privacy tokens such as monero, zcash, and dash. Okx attributes its decision to remove these offerings to 'feedback from users' along with the exchange's established guidelines for delisting.Privacy Tokens Take a Hit: Okx Joins Binance in Major Delisting Wave Once more, privacy coins face removals as regulatory and compliance requirements intensified significantly throughout 2023. Okx revealed the removal of 20 trading pairs, set to cease operation after Jan. 5, 2024. Two days prior on Dec. 27, Okx halted deposits for ZEN, XMR, CAPO, DASH, FSN, CVP, ZKS, and ZEC. The suspension of withdrawals for these coins is slated for March 5, 2024. 'In order to maintain a robust spot trading environment, we constantly monitor the performance of all listed trading pairs and review their listing qualifications on a regular basis,' the exchange details. 'Based on feedback from users and the Okx Token Delisting / Hiding Guideline, we will be delisting several trading pairs that do not fulfill our listing criteria.' Advocates of privacy are expressing discontent with the delisting moves by Okx and Binance. Conversely, some argue that they are indifferent and that certain privacy coins will continue to thrive regardless of support from exchanges. Following the announcement, a significant dip occurred in the value of many p... read More



Crypto Analyst Identifies 6 Overlooked Altcoins That Could Be Due For A ...

    With tens of thousands of altcoins circulating the market, crypto investors can easily miss out on the next 100x coin due to it not being on their radar. This is often not the fault of the investor as it can be hard to keep track of so many coins. As a result of this, a Santiment analyst has presented a total of 6 overlooked altcoins that could be primed for a rally. Crypto Analyst Presents Altcoins Using Network Activity As pointed out by the crypto analyst in the Santiment post, the altcoins outlined were picked due to an uptick in their network activity. These tokens have been able to stay under the radar but their activities spread across transaction volumes, network growth, and large transaction numbers, among others, have caught attention. “The extra juicy opportunities lie with projects that maybe haven't seen any special price decouplings recently, yet have a surge in network growth, or whale transactions and accumulation.” He further added that these projects are “at minimum, likely to have some increased volatility due to extra activity that hasn't existed on their respective networks in quite some time.” 1 - Bancor (BNT) Emerges Top Of Altcoins List As outlined in the post, the Bancor Network, a permissionless protocol that caters to open-source DeFi protocols, has seen a notable rise in its network metrics. This spans across high transaction volumes, active addresses, network growth, whale transactions, exchange inflows, and age destroyed ... read More



Microsoft Azure to Make Blockchain Native Data Available Through Space a...

    Space and Time – a decentralized blockchain data warehouse – has announced that its service is now available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.  This will enable the platform’s developers to onboard enterprise data to smart contract applications, alongside new use cases for indexed blockchain data.  Space and Time combines real-time data from major blockchains with off-chan data indexed by customers.  Meanwhile, Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform that lets users access a range of applications, or develop and scale new applications. Microsoft’s venture capital fund, M12, led a funding round for Space and Time in September 2022. “At Microsoft, we are empowering growth across emerging markets – including blockchain and distributed data,” stated Kathleen Mitford, CVP of Global Industry Marketing at Microsoft, in a press release shared with CryptoPotato.  Space and Time CEO and Co-Founder, Nate Holiday, added that the need for real-time data across blockchains, enterprises, and AI has “never been more important.” In February, Ankr partnered with Microsoft to provide services for enterprise-grade node hosting.  The post Microsoft Azure to Make Blockchain Native Data Available Through Space and Time Listing appeared first on CryptoPotato. read More



Space and Time and Microsoft Make Blockchain Data Accessible on Azure Ma...

    PRESS RELEASE. Seattle, WA, April 19, 2023 — Space and Time and Microsoft announce that developers can now deploy the Space and Time data warehouse directly from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure. The one-click deployment provides customers with an accelerated on-ramp to easily access, manage and perform analytics on blockchain-native data. As a leader in intelligent computing and AI, Microsoft is committed to supporting its customers and partners with their business needs, including Web3 scenarios and use cases. In September 2022, Microsoft’s venture capital fund, M12, led a funding round for Space and Time. The one-click deployment of Space and Time on the Azure Marketplace provides developers with a trustless intermediary to quickly and easily onboard large volumes of enterprise data to smart contracts, as well as new use cases for indexed blockchain data. “At Microsoft, we are empowering growth across emerging markets—including blockchain and distributed data. Together, Microsoft Azure and Space and Time will provide developers with the tools they need to build the next generation of blockchain use cases,” said Kathleen Mitford, CVP of Global Industry Marketing. The integration allows businesses to leverage the benefits of a decentralized data warehouse without rearchitecting their existing infrastructure, enabling enterprises to build on the blockchain without sacrificing... read More



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