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DAWN

Dawn Protocol  

#DAWN

DAWN Price:
$0.00196
Volume:
$675
All Time High:
$9.70
Market Cap:
$145.6 K


Circulating Supply:
74,464,266
Exchanges:
3+
Total Supply:
76,588,156
Markets:
3+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
8



  DAWN PRICE


The price of #DAWN today is $0.00196 USD.

The lowest DAWN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00196, and the exact current price of one DAWN crypto coin is $0.00195516.

The all-time high DAWN coin price was $9.70.

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


  DAWN OVERVIEW


The code for Dawn Protocol crypto currency is #DAWN.

Dawn Protocol is 3.1 years old.


  DAWN MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Dawn Protocol is $145,589.

Dawn Protocol is ranking downwards to #1095 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  DAWN VOLUME


The trading volume is weak today for #DAWN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Dawn Protocol is $675.


  DAWN SUPPLY


The circulating supply of DAWN is 74,464,266 coins, which is 97% of the total coin supply.


  DAWN BLOCKCHAIN


DAWN is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  DAWN EXCHANGES


DAWN is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  DAWN RESOURCES


Websitewww.dawn.org
TwitterDawnProtocol
Telegramdawnprotocol
DiscordMgV9YDu


  DAWN NEWS


BitMEX Founder Predicts The Dawn Of 'Crypto Valhalla': When Will It Star...

    In his latest essay titled “The Easy Button,” Arthur Hayes, founder of the crypto exchange BitMEX, delves into the dynamics of global monetary policies and their consequential ties to what he describes as the impending 'Crypto Valhalla.' Hayes analyzes the policy maneuvers of the world's major economies, notably Japan, the United States, and China, and their effects on the crypto landscape. The Dawn Of Crypto Valhalla Hayes outlines the Federal Reserve's potential strategy in coordination with the US Treasury to engage in unlimited dollar-for-yen swaps with the Bank of Japan (BOJ). This measure aims to manipulate exchange rates to stabilize the yen without causing disruptive economic shifts. Hayes states, 'The Fed, acting on orders from the Treasury, can legally swap dollars for yen in unlimited amounts for as long as they wish with the BOJ.' This tactic, according to Hayes, is designed to avert immediate financial crises by deferring hard economic decisions. The implications for Japan's economy are stark, with Hayes predicting severe consequences should the BOJ decide to raise interest rates: 'If the BOJ raises interest rates, it commits seppuku,” Hayes notes, using the Japanese term for ritual suicide to underscore the potential self-destructive economic impact, given that the BOJ is the largest holder of Japanese Government Bonds (JGBs) and would incur massive losses. The devaluation of the yen has also significant ramifications for China's global econom... read More



token.com's Pioneering Platform: A New Dawn for Crypto Interaction

    [PRESS RELEASE - London, UK, March 1st, 2024] token.com is the first social investing platform that allows users to interact with token projects just like they would with a social media profile. Cryptocurrencies or token projects are introduced through TokenCards. These are made up of a video, a short description of the project, some tags, and a token score. If the user is compelled enough by the concept and narrative of the particular token then it can be easily bought (and sold) with a tap. “The nominal way in which we interact in Web2 is through likes, we believe that the Web3 equivalent is that if you like something enough then you should invest in it” Says Mel Gelderman CEO and Co-Founder of the platform. TokenScores are a very important element of TokenCards as they allow the user to easily discriminate between worthy projects and others that lack standing ground. “We're aware TokenScores may be controversial, however it’s sometimes difficult to distinguish viable token projects from those that aren’t. We are trying to help our users make better investment decisions and keep crypto as clean as possible” says Mel Gelderman. These scores are informed by reputable third parties and assessed by the token.com team. While exchanges normally arrange cryptocurrencies by hierarchy determined by market capitalization, token.com has turned the page completely, allowing for different token projects to take the lead depending on the user’s p... read More



Atem: Introducing a New Dawn of Social Privacy 

    Many things come to mind when we think of social media, but privacy is usually not one of them. From our social media feeds being filled with ads for products we have vaguely discussed to the Cambridge Analytica scandal of a few years ago, it’s perhaps safe to assume that there’s not a lot being done on this front from the community’s side. Many argue that personal data being used in all sorts of ways is a necessary evil to reap the benefits of a connected world. However, the technological innovation of the last few years means that it’s no longer necessary to simply accept that personal data isn’t our own when we are online. In fact, user’s privacy is one of the main and most heavily-supported use cases of blockchain-based technologies, and Atem is a company that aims to leverage the web3 experience to give users a decentralized community and social trades. How Atem Preserves Privacy From the very beginning, Atem’s setup allows the user to give up as little information as possible. Getting started with Atem only requires connecting to a digital assets wallet. No name, email address, or phone number is required. All messages that are sent by users through the Atem network are encrypted in the short term and are then stored at a decentralized source in the long term. This means that not only are the members of Atem channels able to view the messages that are sent, but even Atem staff cannot view these messages. User groups are chosen ... read More



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