|All Time High:
|The price of #DOCK today is $0.037 USD.
The lowest DOCK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.037, and the exact current price of one DOCK crypto coin is $0.03660.
The all-time high DOCK coin price was $0.24.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of DOCK with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Dock crypto currency is also #DOCK.
Dock is 5.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Dock is $36,604,694.
Dock is ranked #473 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big volume of trading today on #DOCK.
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Dock is $1,796,241.
|The circulating supply of DOCK is 999,999,431 coins, which is 100% of the maximum coin supply.
More Dock (#DOCK) News
|Dock Network: The Complete Guide
Dock brings forward an ecosystem consisting of a wide variety of tools that use blockchain technology to enable businesses and developers to create and manage verifiable credentials and decentralized identifiers.
There’s a lot to unpack in this statement alone. Below is a comprehensive guide about Dock Network and everything there is to know about it.
Problems Existing With Current Credential Systems
The advance of technology in the digital space has undoubtedly had a massive impact on the way users interact not only with each other but also with businesses. The process of global digitalization was further accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic as people were forced into lockdowns, left with no means to interact with businesses but remotely.
Users are required to interact with thousands of businesses digitally - spanning from food deliveries, various online subscriptions, services, and whatnot.
Beyond simple services, however, users also got used to accessing complex financial services online as well. All of these have one thing in common - they require some sort of proof of identity.
Providing proof of identity in a digital environment, as it is right now, requires a slow and tedious verification process which also increases the risks commonly associated with data breaches and fraudulent credentials.
To sum up, some of the issues that are associated with paper-based credentials (like sending a copy of your ID to a service provider, for example) include but are not li...
|Dock Launches Ambassador Program
PRESS RELEASE. On a mission to increase brand awareness, grow the community, and promote their upcoming projects, Dock has launched an Ambassador program. In return for executing various tasks including creating extra content to promote an update or launch, translating a blog post, or sharing social media posts, Ambassadors will earn rewards in DOCK tokens.
Dock is seeking ambassadors from a wide variety of skills backgrounds to join the program, they will play an important role in growing and maintaining Dock's community, set up local language groups, translate blog posts, and could even start a Hackathon on behalf of Dock.
Fill in this application form and submit it to Dock. They'll review the application and get back to any submissions. Successful applicants will be required to go through an automated KYC process, proving their identity and capabilities before becoming an official Ambassador.
Dock Ambassadors will be paid quarterly based on their output of work and content in that quarter. Dock is looking for a number of individuals capable of helping promote Dock's own content, someone who can manage and maintain, as well as grow the community.
Rewards will vary depending on the quantity and quality of output, and Dock will provide a rewards guideline upon application.
CEO of Dock, Nick Lambert commented 'The Dock team is growing rapidly and as the project begins to scale, we'd like to grow increasingly stronger ties with our community. I think the Ambassador Prog...