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|The price of #DIA today is $0.38 USD.|
The lowest DIA price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.381, and the exact current price of one DIA crypto coin is $0.38103.
The all-time high DIA coin price was $5.77.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of DIA with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for DIA crypto currency is also #DIA. |
DIA is 2.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for DIA is $11,430,943.|
DIA is ranking upwards to #555 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big volume of trading today on #DIA.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for DIA is $2,614,955.
|The circulating supply of DIA is 30,000,000 coins, which is 15% of the maximum coin supply.|
NFTfi Use Cases Powered by NFT Floor Price Oracles
NFT floor price oracles enable the creation of on-chain financial applications that leverage NFTs, fostering the utility of non-fungible tokens while allowing the maximization of liquidity stuck in NFTs.. — Here are some examples of decentralised applications powered by NFT floor price oracles: — Peer2pool NFT Lending and Borrowing - NFT Lending platforms can also operate on a peer2pools basis. Lending pools use an over-collateralization approach where borrowers post NFTs as collateral. The NFT Price Oracle will determine the real-time value of the deposited collateral. This will enables users to borrow funds for a fee for lending, with a market value which is less than the total value of the collateral. — On-chain NFT Derivatives - Very similar to DeFi markets, NFT derivatives represent tradable contracts which allow users to bet on the future valuation of NFT collections. The protocol’s smart contact will be triggered based on the price data supplied by the NFT price oracle. NFT derivatives open a lot of new possibilities such trading high-value NFTs, using leverage to trade NFTs or longing or shorting on the price of an NFT. — NFT Renting - In the same way one can rent an apartment or a car, renting NFTs provides an individual with access to an NFT for a limited time. Based on the price supplied by the oracle, NFT owners can list their non-fungible tokens in a decentralised NFT marketplace and e...
Partnership with Algem
We are delighted to join forces with Algem to launch a price oracle for nASTR. The oracle will enable easy integration of the liquid staked asset into DeFi protocols of the Astar ecosystem, boosting the token’s utility and use cases.. — — Introducing Algem - Algem is a native liquid staking DeFi dApp on top of Astar Network offering new ways for ASTR users and holders to earn more. Algem’s liquid staking solution allows users to continue to earn dApp staking rewards and increase their revenue by using tradable liquid nASTR tokens. The goal of liquid staking is to solve problems such as liquidity and the efficiency of fund usage. Users constantly face a choice: protocol staking or farming/liquidity mining in dApps, and this solution allows users to obtain the preferences of both ways simultaneously. We are delighted to enter a partnership with Algem to provide the Astar native liquid-staking solution with a price oracle for its nASTR token. The feed will enable easy integration of the liquid-staked asset into DeFi protocols of the Astar ecosystem, further boosting the token’s utility and use cases. G, COO of Algem comments:“We would like to thank the DIA team for collaborating with us and creating a price oracle for the nASTR token. Having quality and accurate price feeds is essential to develop Defi synergies with other protocols. Thanks to DIA, we will be able to push the use of Algem’s liquid nASTR t...
2022 in Review: Data Source Integrations
Through 2022, DIA focused efforts on improving its product stack by integrating 40 new data sources for its platform, resulting in an increase in asset support and better oracle resilience to attack vectors.. — — An End-to-End Data Journey - DIA does it differently in the blockchain oracle landscape. Instead of distributing pre-calculated data feeds, DIA covers the whole data journey from granular data sourcing, price calculation, to the final oracle delivery. This end-to-end approach enables DIA to build fully customizable and transparent oracle services for its users. For example, to develop an ETH/USD price feed oracle, DIA sources, filters and processes trade data of dozens of ETH pairs happening across many centralised and decentralised exchanges. — Continuous Product Stack Development - As an oracle provider, key for the development of Web3, DIA continuously focuses efforts on improving its product stack. Currently, the main targets are: 1) adding support for more assets and 2) making the oracles more resilient to malicious attack vectors. — Support for 3k+ Tokens Across 30 Blockchains - Being able to source trades directly from multiple markets in many ecosystems, avoids DIA to be limited in the breadth of data it can source and provide. Currently, DIA offers price feeds for 3k+ digital assets, operating across 30 blockchains including Ethereum, Solana, Fantom, Moonbeam, Astar and more. &mda...
DIA’s Initiatives for 2023
From cutting-edge new data products, risk solutions, and architecture development, to new partnerships and collaborations, DIA is poised to support dApps to make an impact and generate novelty across the DeFi, NFTfi and GameFi verticals.. — This post will give you a sneak peek at some of the exciting updates and developments we have planned for 2023, and how we aim to solidify further our position as a critical oracle provider for EVM and Substrate-based environments. — Product - — Next-gen data solutions. — During 2022, DIA’s price and randomness oracles saw an increase in adoption, validating its reliability across many ecosystems. During 2023, DIA will be venturing into more state-of-the-art data and oracle products that are set to enable more sophisticated DeFi products. Stay tuned for news on this in the following weeks. — Risk and monitoring tools. — 2022 was the year in DeFi’s short history with the highest volume of hacks and exploits, including price oracle attacks. Therefore, during 2023, DIA is set to empower decentralised teams to build more robust dApps by providing tools to monitor and evaluate risks associated with any price feed. Additionally, DIA is planning to integrate with more marketplaces to bolster our data feeds and reduce CEX native risks. — Trustless architecture & AI. — DIA will continue working on developing a trustless architecture for its d...
2022 in Review: Chain Integrations
This year we saw the relentless development of new L2s, designed for specific uses and applications. Builders, users and liquidity are now spreading across these networks. DIA continued enabling this expansion by integrating with 10+ networks in 2022.. — As of December 2022, DIA is integrated with and available to deliver its oracle services across 30+ layer 1 and layer 2 networks. A complete list of all networks can be found on the DIA Ecosystem page. Here is a list of all blockchains DIA has been integrated with during 2022: — Optimism - Optimism is a fast, stable, and scalable L2 blockchain built by Ethereum developers, for Ethereum developers. DIA’s end-to-end oracle services are now available for builders on Optimism, fostering the safe development of DeFi and NFTfi decentralised applications on the Ethereum Optimistic Rollup. → Read the announcement — Astar Network - Astar Network is a scalable decentralized blockchain for the next big Web3 innovations. The network supports the building of dApps with EVM and WASM smart contracts and offers developers true interoperability, with cross-consensus messaging (XCM). DIA is the first oracle provider to integrate its oracle infrastructure with the Astar Network. DIA also provides WASM-compatible oracles on the network. → Read the announcement — Evmos - Evmos is a scalable and interoperable Ethereum blockchain, built on Proof-of-Stake with fast-fi...
2022 in Review: Events
During this year, DIA expanded its presence in major conferences across the EU and US and participate in multiple IRL and virtual panels. Have a look at some of the most interesting panels and watch them back.. — — IRL Events & Conferences - — Solana Breakpoint. — Panel with UnlockNFT, Ultimate Money, Monke DAO: As part of Solana Breakpoint, DIA team participated in a panel on NFTs and utility together with acclaimed NFT community MonkeDAO and UnlockNFT., Dinner with CryptoNomads Community in Lisbon: DIA co-hosted a dinner with a the international community of Web3 builders and founders CryptoNomads for a night networking and fun. Learn more., — San Francisco Blockchain Week / Polkadot Summit. — Why Does Infrastructure Matter? DIA Business Dev Manager flew to SF to participate in panel around Web3 infrastructure with Gaeton Thabot (Head of Blockchain at Blockdaemon) and Dakota Barnett (Co-Founder of InvArch)., — Berlin Blockchain Week. — dAppcon: DIA Co-Founder and CTO Samuel Brack took part in an interesting discussion around the past, present and future of Web3’s most renowned engine: EVM. With Federico Kunze (Evmos); David Suarez (Polygon Hermez), and Joseph Schweitzer (Ethereum Foundation)., medium.com Borderless Berlin: DIA Co-Founder Paul Claudiusspoke on a panel around “Data Availability in Web3” alongside Massimo Luraschi from Subsquid and Regine from ...
2022 in Review: Partnerships
With the expansion and development of its product stack, DIA’s data and oracle technology experienced consistent growth in adoption across the DeFi, NFTfi and GameFi spheres.. — Categorized according to the use case, here is a download of these exciting partnerships entered by DIA in 2022. — DeFi - — Multi-chain Lending & Borrowing. — Starlay Finance is a major lending platform in the Polkadot ecosystem. Powered by the Astar Network, Starlay Finance is a protocol for users to quickly and easily deposit and borrow assets. Starlay Finance is primed to be the biggest lending platform on Polkadot, with over $15m deposited and $10m in active loans. DIA’s collaboration with Starlay means DIA oracles are powering the first native lending protocol on the Astar Network. Announcement, Beamswap is a DEX with an automated market maker (AMM), providing liquidity and peer-to-peer transactions. The main features of Beamswap are token swaps, liquidity and yield farms. Beamswap is leveraging DIA’s price feed oracles to facilitate lending & borrowing operations on its DeFi hub. Announcement, SiO2 Finance is the Astar-native lending hub supporting both EVM and WASM. SiO2 Finance is a decentralised lending and borrowing platform designed to serve the Astar/Polkadot community with the best user experience and transparent governance. This collaboration with SiO2 Finance allows DIA to provide the DeFi protoco...
How Dopex Built an Option Exchange on Metis Using DIA Price Feeds
Dopex has built an all-around efficient options protocol for the Metis ecosystem by leveraging DIA’s multi-source price feeds.. — — Key Facts - Product: DIA | Price Feeds, Use case: Decentralised Staking Options, Blockchain: Metis Andromeda, User: SiO2 Finance, Integration announcement, — Introduction - Dopex is a decentralized options protocol which aims to maximize liquidity, minimize losses for option writers and maximize gains for option buyers. Dopex’s Single Staking Option Vaults allow users to lock up tokens for a specified period of time and earn a yield on their staked assets. Users will be able to deposit assets into a contract which then sells your deposits as call options. — Challenge - The Dopex team was looking to go multi-chain and launch a new Single Staking Option Vault on the Metis Andromeda network and list the network’s native token METIS in the vault. To do so, Dopex required a reliable price feed for Metis/USD, supplied as an oracle on the Metis network. The price oracle was required to be resilient to price manipulations and middleman attacks, avoiding putting users’ funds at risk. — Solution - DIA deployed a dedicated METIS/USD price oracle for Dopex. In order to ensure the feed’s resilience to bad actors, its value is determined by leveraging trade data from 10+ markets and applying a MAIR methodology. As a result, the feed is not reliant on a single mark...
2022 in Review: Product Updates
During 2022, DIA focused efforts on expanding its product stack to respond to the growing needs of DeFi, NFTfi and GameFi. As a result, DIA built a series of data and oracle solutions designed to help developers build dApps with customizable, reliable and transparent data.. — Here is a summary of the most relevant product developments of 2022: — DIA xRandom - The first addition to the DIA oracle suite was DIA xRandom — a verifiable and distributed multi-chain randomness oracle. In close collaboration with drand (Protocol Labs), DIA xRandom provides dApps with a distributed, immutable and auditable random number via oracle smart contract. Throughout 2022, DIA deployed xRandom in 6 different L1/L2s including Evmos, Polygon, Moonbeam and Astar. Multiple dApps are also using DIA xRandom to power various on-chain use cases. → Learn how the regarded NFT community Orbital Apes is using xRandom to run a decentralised raffle protocol on Evmos. Learn more on the DIA website: DIA xRandom: Distributed, Verifiable Randomness Oracle — Chain deployments. — Fuse Network, Polygon (Mainnet & testnet), Aurora (Mainnet & testnet), Moonbeam, Evmos, deployed via a DAO Proposal, Astar Network, deployed via a DAO Proposal, — DIA xFloor - This year DIA launched DIA xFloor, the transparent and customizable NFT floor price oracle. DIA xFloor is capable of determining NFT price by pulling historical...
2022 in Review: DAO Development
In 2022, DIA journeyed further down its roadmap to complete decentralization across all business verticals. In the process, we attained reached milestones and recorded tremendous progress in terms of community growth and development, governance and overall organizational structure.. — This is a recap of all the DIA DAO activities and achievements in 2022. — 📍 Milestones and Achievements - Spearheaded by the launch of the DIA Work DAO, 2022 saw the DIA DAO transition from a decentralised community of developers to building a vibrant community of contributors from all skill sets and fields of expertise. Together, the DIA DAO is working towards supporting the DIA platform and oracle infrastructure across all business divisions. Here are highlights of these major achievements this year: — DIA Work DAO Inception. — DIA DAO underwent a major revamp by building a decentralized community of contributors with multiple skill sets across multiple business lines such as growth, operations and business development. DIA executed this by initially launching a closed testing phase. The DIA Work DAO was built as a framework to allow contributors to take part in the development of the DAO while earning rewards along the way. → Learn more — DAO Community Growth. — Since the inception of the DIA Work DAO, we have seen a tremendous increase in governance and social activity surrounding DIA. Since then, ...
More DIA (#DIA) News
|CF Benchmarks and Open-Source Oracle Platform DIA Make Crypto Indexes Av...
DIA, the open source data platform for decentralised finance and the UK FCA-regulated crypto index provider CF Benchmarks announced today that they will make CF Benchmarks’ crypto index reference prices available via the DIA oracle suite.
With a total settlement volume of more than $500bn since its inception in 2017, UK-based CF Benchmarks Ltd is the world’s leading crypto index provider. Acquired in 2019 by the global digital asset exchange Kraken, CF Benchmarks provides reference rates that are tracked by ETFs and ETPs listed on exchanges around the globe, including Canada, Brazil, Switzerland and Germany. CF Benchmarks is best known for its CME CF Bitcoin Reference Rate, a price benchmark used by the CME Group to settle Bitcoin futures and options.
Access to Compliant ETH and SOL prices
In this new move, DIA will include CF Benchmarks’ reference prices as feeds in its data offering. As a start, reference prices for native tokens of the Layer 1 blockchains Ethereum and Solana will be provided as oracles. Oracles are smart-contract-readable data streams that enable applications running on the blockchain to ingest and read data from outside their own ecosystems.
ETH and SOL reference prices will be provided to both Ethereum-native and Solana-native developers. The availability of institutional-grade reference prices from a benchmark regulation compliant and Big 4 audited provider will enable secure development of new financial products and services underpinn...
|Coinbase Lists Open Source Oracle Platform DIA
DIA’s listing news generated major attention on the oracle platform as the DIA token’s trading volume skyrocketed by 1000%, with +$120M DIA traded in 24 hours. DIA is now in full-trade mode in Coinbase Exchange and Coinbase Pro, allowing users to buy and sell the token.
Launched in 2018, DIA is a cross-chain, end-to-end, open-source oracle platform for Web3, enabling the crowd-sourcing, validation and sharing of transparent and verified data for dApps. DIA’s governance token empowers the community to govern the DIA platform and validate DIA's crowdsourced data feeds.
This Monday, January 24, DIA was listed on Coinbase allowing inbound transfers of the DIA token in the regions where trading is supported. The listing news caught the attention of the web3 community as the volume of DIA skyrocketed by 1000%, with more than $120M DIA being traded within 24 hours.
Together with Kraken and Binance, Coinbase is one of the leading web3 platforms for buying, selling, transferring, and storing digital assets. According to Coinbase, approximately 73 million verified users, 10,000 institutions, and 185,000 ecosystem partners are operating on the platform.
Currently, DIA is available on Coinbase Exchange and Coinbase Pro with pairs DIA-USD, DIA-USDT, DIA-EUR.
|DIA is the First Oracle to Integrate with Astar Network
DIA is the first oracle provider to integrate its oracle infrastructure with the Astar Network, running on the Polkadot Relaychain. The oracle deployment will facilitate DeFi applications on Astar to easily connect to the outside world data.
The open-source data provider DIA announced today the integration of its decentralized oracle infrastructure with the Astar Network, running on the Polkadot Relaychain. This oracle deployment will facilitate DeFi applications on Astar to easily connect to the outside world data via DIA’s trusted oracles.
Astar Network, previously known as Plasm, is a dApp hub on Polkadot that supports Ethereum, WebAssembly, and layer 2 solutions like ZK Rollups. Astar Network won the 3rd Polkadot parachain auction on December 2, 2021, and onboarded to the Polkadot Relay Chain on December 18, 2021.
As the Polkadot Relay Chain doesn’t support smart contracts, Astar is working to provide a solution for all developers by parachain where EVM and WebAssembly smart contracts can co-exist and communicate with each other.
Thanks to Astar’s Ethereum and WebAssembly compatibility, DeFi applications can seamlessly be deployed on Astar’s parachain, where DIA will be able to feed them with accurate and transparent market data. DIA’s price feed oracles will fuel a range of use cases, such as lending and borrowing protocols, stablecoins, staking rewards and many more.
To build the data feeds, DIA simultaneously aggregates price data at a ver...