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district0x  

#DNT

DNT Price:
$0.024
Volume:
$275.2 K
All Time High:
$0.46
Market Cap:
$23.7 M


Circulating Supply:
1,000,000,000
Exchanges:
9
Total Supply:
1,000,000,000
Markets:
9
Max Supply:
1,000,000,000
Pairs:
18



  DNT PRICE


The price of #DNT today is $0.024 USD.

The lowest DNT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.024, and the current live price for one DNT coin is $0.02373.

The all-time high DNT coin price was $0.46.

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


  DNT OVERVIEW


The code for district0x crypto currency is #DNT.

district0x is 5.5 years old.


  DNT MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for district0x is $23,729,603.

district0x is ranking downwards to #440 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  DNT VOLUME


There is a medium volume of trading today on #DNT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for district0x is $275,186.


  DNT SUPPLY


The circulating supply of DNT is 1,000,000,000 coins, which is 100% of the maximum coin supply.


  DNT BLOCKCHAIN


DNT is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the DNT Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  DNT EXCHANGES


DNT is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  DNT RESOURCES


Websitedistrict0x.io
Whitepaperdistrict0x.io/docs/district0x-whitepaper.pdf
Twitterdistrict0x
Redditr/district0x
Telegramdistrict0x
Discordd0x
Mediumdistrict0x
Instagramdistrict0x.io


  DNT DEVELOPER NEWS



District Proposal Spotlight - 1Hive

An interview with Luke Duncan of Hive Commons. — This article is the first in a series of blog posts interviewing members of the district0x community who have submitted district proposals. To date, we have received more than 85 submissions. Our upcoming interview series will interview the authors behind these proposals, and dive into the details of each idea in more detail. In today’s post we interviewed Luke Duncan. Luke has been an active member of the district0x community since the start and his 1Hive proposal was recently selected as one of six proposals which DNT holders can vote for via district voting Dapp to signal for the next district they would like to see built by the district0x team. — Luke, Please tell us about yourself. — I’m a relative newcomer to the crypto community, but in hindsight it seems inevitable that I would end up here. I’ve always been excited by technology and deeply fascinated by game theory and economics. These interests have served me well and shaped my career to this point, I think slowly converging on the rabbit-hole that is Ethereum. After high school, I decided I wanted to go to college even though at the time I really didn’t have a specific career in mind. I started working part-time doing general IT support work in order to pay for tuition. After a few years of school I was forced to make up my mind a pick a major, I ended up choosing Economics because I found ...




The Democratization of Organizational Governance is Upon Us

Decentralizing Marketplaces with district0x. — Today, we would like to share the second of a two part article and video series that Dragoş Ștefănescu took the time to put together to help explain why we are building district0x and the potential changes we see it bringing about. A huge thank you to Dragos for his efforts! If you missed part one, check that out here. https://medium.com/media/5ee6af50e6b4118e935d1b415eea24c8/href In the past 200 years, the global economy has shifted through different stages.The industrial revolution kickstarted a crucial process: goods started to be produced in mass. Demand for these manufactured goods skyrocketed and efficiency in production was everything. During the latter half of the 20th century, technology spurred a new wave. Companies became more intelligent, more customer focused and globalisation ensured that they manage to scale to levels never seen before. A lot of today’s largest companies were created at that time. The 21st century has seen the rise of startups and entrepreneurs. If before, starting a company was reserved for the true visionaries, nowadays people that have clever ideas, business experience and an appetite for risk are starting more and more companies. Some of these companies end up being huge successes. Corporations such as Google, Facebook or Uber were initially startups that had a few people working on an innovative idea. Most of them are massive failu...




Why It’s Taken Us 2500 Years To End Centralization

Decentralizing Marketplaces with district0x. — In recent weeks we have been amazed by the outpouring of support we have received from our community. Today we would like to share the first of a two part article and video series that Dragoş Ștefănescu took the time to put together to help explain why we are building district0x and the potential changes we see it bringing about. A huge thank you to Dragos for his efforts! https://medium.com/media/5f124541542cdbece57005c5c7da47b5/href Ever since the dawn of civilization, governance within societies has been a central theme. It’s safe to say that for most of our history, we have ruled through violence and oppression. Whoever was fit to lead was the head of the pack and everyone else followed. However, in the 6th Century BC, Cleisthenes established a new way of governance. All eligible people from Athens were allowed to speak and vote on public matters, and thus set the laws of the city state. And so democracy was born. A system in which people came together to make decisions on administrative aspects that would influence their collective lifestyle and their future. Democracy actually stems from the terms demos which means people and kratos which means force or power. In ancient Athens, the power belonged to the people. In theory, it sounded amazing. But then you realize it wasn’t quite that way… In order to be eligible to vote you had to:Be maleBe an adultBe a c...



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