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EVMOS Price:
$1.2 M
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$41.4 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #EVMOS today is $0.07 USD.

The lowest EVMOS price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.073, and the exact current price of one EVMOS crypto coin is $0.07283.

The all-time high EVMOS coin price was $5.54.

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


The code for Evmos crypto currency is also #EVMOS.

Evmos is 1.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for Evmos is $41,350,928.

Evmos is ranking downwards to #306, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is big during the past 24 hours for #EVMOS.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Evmos is $1,202,161.


The circulating supply of EVMOS is 567,801,084 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


EVMOS is the native coin for the Evmos blockchain.

View the full list of Evmos blockchain tokens, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

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


EVMOS has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 7 crypto exchanges.



Decentralized Access Control Comes to Evmos with Lit Protocol

Lit Protocol makes it possible to set on-chain conditions to control who can access content while maintaining decentralization. Lit Protocol is already in use on EVM chains, Cosmos, and Solana as an open-source and decentralized access control protocol, and now it’s available for users on Evmos. What can you do with Lit Protocol? Whether it’s for your company, app, DAO, or just yourself, Lit Protocol gives you control over who can see your content. It does this via encryption, encoding data to prevent anyone without key access from seeing it. If this sounds a little familiar, that’s because encryption is the same tech that makes all of crypto possible. Through Lit Protocol’s decentralized access control, you can set on-chain conditions like “wallet must hold an NFT” , and the network will provision signatures and decryption keys for wallets that meet that condition. In other words, you can lock content to hide it from users that don’t meet that condition, and unlock it for those who do. Example access control where a wallet must possess at least 1 EVMOS token: const accessControlConditions = [ { contractAddress: ‘0xBF183E0d2f06872e10F5DBEc745999aDfcB5f000’, standardContractType: ‘ERC20’, chain: ‘evmos’, method: ‘balanceOf’, parameters: [ ‘:userAddress’ ], returnValueTest: { comparator: ‘>’, value: ‘0’ } } ] On-chain conditions like these can be used to control access to a varie...

An Update on the Evmos Momentum Hackathon

Event Banner Last month the Evmos Momentum Hackathon was announced, hosted by our Evmos Community in tandem with Huobi Incubator and Web3 Scholarship to support the growth of the Evmos ecosystem. It’s been an exciting last month and change for the Evmos ecosystem, with its share of ups and downs, but overall the excitement for the hackathon has been amazing to see. To shed some light on how much activity there has been so far, in the past month we have had over 700 developers register, a few dozen projects submitted, and over a hundred projects that are in the draft stages. It’s been great seeing teams discussing their projects and even using their projects to boost other projects that are being built as part of the Momentum Hackathon in the telegram group. With the recent attacks on Nomad, we’ve been working to support our community to recover and as we work to continue making progress growing our ecosystem. In light of these attacks, we wanted to give an update on the prize pool, which comprised $250K in EVMOS at the time of the proposal for the hackathon plus an additional $250K USDC. That USDC was bridged over to Evmos using Nomad and is held in a multisig on Evmos. Because the Nomad exploit has resulted in a lower value of this portion of the prize pool, the Evmos Foundation is stepping forward to make up the difference with a contribution of around $200K to continue encouraging development and appropriately rewa...

CypherD Wallet Has Come to EVMOS!

The CypherD crypto wallet has arrived to the Evmos ecosystem, having already launched support for several other popular EVM destinations. CypherD Wallet has launched with 3 major features for EVMOS users: 1) EVMOS Native Staking 2) 1-Click Support for Swapping IBC Assets 3) In-App Bridge to move assets between EVM Chains and EVMOS Currently Evmos users have to go to the Evmos dashboard application in order to delegate to a particular validator. With CypherD users will be able to do all of this without leaving their wallet interface. Another handy feature for EVMOS delegators is that native staking has push notifications to tell the user how much EVMOS they have to claim in rewards. Users can then go straight from the notification to the wallet and claim and also restake those rewards. CypherD can even notify users about bids on their NFTs from Orbit Market. CypherD Wallet has IBC support for Evmos, Osmosis and Cosmos Hub Chains. On top of this they have an automated bridge that lets users convert EVMOS to ATOM and ATOM to EVMOS with 1-click by internally doing IBC and Osmosis DEX. In addition to EVM interoperability, CypherD is excited to be the first wallet to fully integrate both ERC20 and IBC/Cosmos assets, making it a breeze for users to interact with applications on Evmos. This dual asset integration is critical in helping achieve Evmos’ goal of bridging the gap between Ethereum and Cosmos. CypherD’s bridge lets...

Redstone Oracles are now Powering Dapps on Evmos!

We are excited to share that RedStone now provides the Evmos community with a cutting-edge oracle solution for the applications within the Evmos ecosystem! In this blog post, we highlight the unique attributes that RedStone offers. The RedStone team is focused on providing the most diversified access possible; applications will be able to interact with data regarding cryptocurrencies, NFTs, equities and much more! It doesn’t stop there as RedStone can also provide custom data feeds tailored specifically to your application’s use cases so if you need any kind of non-standard data, feel free to reach out to the RedStone team. The infrastructure is cross-chain by design– it works on all EVM compatible chains and has already been successfully integrated by some non-EVM chains as well, including current development on Stacks. RedStone developers have all three of the blockchain trilema’s properties at heart: security, decentralization, and scalability, and have built their oracle solution with several unique design elements. First, multiple data sources are aggregated to prevent oracle manipulation. Second, the data is stored in a decentralized cache layer, which is powered by the Streamr Network and light RedStone cache gateways. This architecture unlocks higher throughput while limiting network congestion at the same time. In addition to building an easy-to-integrate oracle provider by allowing users to query data in a...

Assets Page Quick-Reference Guide (Text Only)

This is the text-only version of the Assets Page Quick-Reference Guide infographic. We also recommend reading the more in-depth full guide. The Assets Page shows both IBC Coin and ERC-20 Token balances for each whitelisted token on Evmos. ERC-20 Tokens are used by Ethereum and EVM chains, and supported by MetaMask. IBC Coins are used by Cosmos chains and supported by Keplr.DEPOSIT Transfer an IBC Coin from its native chain to EvmosConnect to the Evmos dashboard with your Keplr walletFind the asset you want to deposit on the Assets Page and click DepositFill in your MetaMask address with the Get Address buttonDisconnect Keplr and connect MetaMask to see your deposited tokens under IBC Balance.WITHDRAW Transfer an IBC Coin from Evmos to its native chainConnect to the Evmos dashboard with your MetaMask or Keplr walletFind the asset you want to withdraw on the Assets Page and click WithdrawFill in your Keplr address with the Get Address buttonSwitch networks in Keplr to see your updated balance for the chain you withdrew toCONVERT IBC Convert an IBC Coin to an ERC-20 Token on EvmosConnect to the Evmos dashboard with your MetaMask walletFind the asset you want to convert on the Assets page and click ConvertSelect IBC and input the amount to be converted to ERC-20 Tokens Note: Convert can only be used with MetaMask.CONVERT ERC-20 Convert an ERC-20 Token to an IBC Coin on EvmosConnect to the Evmos dashboard with your...

Assets Page Quick-Reference Guide

This is the quick-reference guide to using Deposit, Withdraw and Convert on the Evmos Assets Page. This guide is also available as a text-only post. For a more comprehensive explanation of why and how to use the Assets Page, read the full guide. Assets Page Quick-Reference Guide was originally published in Evmos on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

How to Use the Evmos Assets Page

Welcome to the Evmos Assets Page! This page allows you to view and manage your balances for whitelisted tokens on Evmos. It also allows you to convert tokens between their ERC-20 Token and IBC Coin forms. A quick-reference guide to the Assets Page is available as a visual infographic or text-only post. To make full use of the Assets Page of the dashboard, you’ll need to use both MetaMask and Keplr. This is because the MetaMask wallet supports tokens that follow the Ethereum token standard, AKA ERC-20 tokens, whereas the Keplr wallet supports Cosmos’ IBC token standard, which we’ll call IBC coins. Evmos combines the best of the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) and the Cosmos — so in order to take advantage of everything Evmos has to offer, you’ll need to use a wallet that supports EVM transactions (MetaMask), and a wallet that supports Cosmos transactions (Keplr). Let’s go through a quick explanation of what exactly ERC-20, IBC, and Evmos have to do with each other. If you already know this, you can skip ahead to Using the Assets Page. ERC-20 TOKENS Ethereum and EVM chains use the ERC-20 token standard, a set of rules for how a token should be created. These standardized tokens are called ERC-20 tokens, and the fact that they’re all made with the same rules means they can be understood and exchanged by the Ethereum blockchain and all other Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible chains — such as Polygon...

Zapper: An All-In-One Platform for Managing Your Entire Web 3 Portfolio

Zapper has landed, and they’re ready to help you navigate the myriad of dApps on Evmos. If you’re used to visiting each individual dApp to manage your assets, we have some good news for you: now you can do all of that (and more!) from the Zapper Dashboard. It makes Web3 accessible by connecting on-chain dots and surfacing it in an easy to use and simple interface. Zapper seeks to create a home in the messy and complex world of Web 3, where you can manage your entire Web3 portfolio from DeFi to NFTs and whatever comes next. So what can I do with Zapper? Zapper is already pretty intuitive without any instructions, but let’s take a quick look at some of the many things you can do with it. We’ll use our friend vitalik.eth’s portfolio as an example. Expand the Wallet tab to view your balances across different tokens: Whether you’re holding EVMOS, native dApp tokens like DIFF and CRN, or even good ol’ USDC, you can see it all here. The NFTs tab displays, well, your NFTs and their value. Right now, Zapper only supports NFTs on the Ethereum network, and will gradually expand support to all networks. Just below the NFTs tab, you can find your balance across different dApps under the Apps tab, including relevant details like APY where applicable. So far, devs have already built several Evmos dApps for Zapper using their self-serve Studio integration platform. These are: stableswap DEXs Kinesis Labs and Saddle Finance, m...

Maximize LP Yield through veTokens with 4T2

4T2 has just landed on Evmos, and it’s here to help you get the most out of yield and veToken farming as you navigate the many DEXs in the Evmos ecosystem. For those who’ve used Convex to interact with Curve Finance, you can think of 4T2 as analogous to Convex, but with the ability to optimize gains across multiple decentralized exchanges on Evmos instead of just one. But if you’re unsure what exactly this means, read on for a quick breakdown. 4T2 offers two main products: yield aggregation (available now), and veToken aggregation (coming soon). Together, they’ll allow you to get the highest possible APY returns on your assets while keeping your tokens liquid and unlocked. In short, using 4T2 gives you access to maximum reward rates and liquidity that you wouldn’t be able to get otherwise. But how does 4T2 work? When Evmosians stake tokens in the liquidity pools of Evmos DEXs like Diffusion, Cronus, and Saddle (among others!) they receive LP tokens. You could then stake these tokens yourself to receive unboosted $DEX tokens (the native governance token of the DEX your LP tokens were from), but if you use 4T2 to stake them on your behalf, you’ll get boosted returns, because 4T2 will have already accumulated their own vote-locked DEX tokens. This means that 4T2 allows users to increase their farming APYs. You can then opt to lock these $DEX tokens in return for their illiquid “vote escrow” counterparts, veDEX t...

Protofire Deploys a Gnosis Safe Fork to Evmos

We are excited to announce that Protofire has deployed a Gnosis Safe fork — a leading smart contract multisignature wallet — to Evmos. The Gnosis Safe fork will enable Evmos users to securely store and transfer EVM-based tokens and ERC-20 Cosmos coins. Gnosis Safe is a fully customizable smart wallet that enables coordination, granular access control, security and convenience across digital asset ecosystems. The integration brings greater functionality and modularity to users and dApps on Evmos by allowing users to manage funds in a decentralized and transparent fashion. Users can access the Gnosis Safe fork by visiting safe.evmos.orgBringing multisig security to Evmos and Cosmos Multisignature wallets require a predefined number of people to approve and sign a transaction — usually storing a significant amount of funds — before broadcasting it to the blockchain. The process is decentralized, which reduces the risk of unauthorized access or human error. — Cosmos coins, ERC-20 tokens, and NFTs. — Using the Gnosis Safe fork, Evmos users can create and manage multisig wallets capable of securely storing and sending both ERC-20 tokens and Cosmos ecosystem coins (which can be used on Evmos via the ERC-20 module). In addition to storing ERC-20 and Cosmos coins, users can also store NFTs (ERC-721 and ERC-1155 tokens). In the near future, Evmos users will also be able to control assets across t...


Ottochain Homage to EVMOS and Ethereum Layer 2

    [PRESS RELEASE - Dubai, UAE, September 20th, 2023] In the world of blockchain technology, where each day brings new possibilities and challenges, the spirit of collaboration and open-source development stands as the beacon guiding us forward. Ottochain, a trailblazing multi-chain ecosystem, is thrilled to pay homage to EVMOS and Eth L2, the giants on whose shoulders it proudly stands. Today, Ottochain is excited to announce its open invitation to the EVMOS and Eth L2 communities, extending a hand of collaboration and showcasing its commitment to innovation, community participation, and interoperability. Built on the Shoulders of Giants Ottochain is a groundbreaking application-specific blockchain (Appchain) within the Octopus Network. Utilizing the Octopus 2.0 interchain modules—which include Cosmos SDK, Near Restaking, and Adaptive IBC—Ottochain has deep roots in the Ethereum ecosystem. For more info about octopus 2.0 visit here. Ottochain's story begins with EVMOS. Evmos is a new frontier in the crypto space that seeks to integrate Ethereum assets and decentralised applications with the Cosmos ecosystem's software development kit (SDK). EVMOS has been a source of inspiration and a critical component of Ottochain's development. By leveraging the codebase and ethos of EVMOS, Ottochain is able to offer Ethereum-compatible smart contracts and DApps while inheriting the robustness and innovation that EVMOS represents. Ottochain acknowledges the hard work and dedicati... read More

DIA's Open-Source Oracles Live on Evmos Mainnet

    The open-source oracle platform for Web3, DIA announced today its entry into the newly launched Evmos ecosystem by making its data infrastructure available on its mainnet network. This new integration will be crucial to protocols operating on Evmos to develop DeFi use cases such as stablecoins, lending and borrowing, DEXs and more. With its Mainnet live since April 26, Evmos is an application-agnostic chain built with the Cosmos network, interoperable with Ethereum environments thanks to its Ethereum Virtual Machine compatibility. This allows developers to access all Ethereum tools and features while still benefiting from the network’s Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism. As Evmos is built on top of the Cosmos SDK, it can also interact and exchange value with the rest of the Cosmos Ecosystem. It is well known the importance and necessity of blockchain oracles to fuel DeFi applications. Oracles, as bridges between off-chain and on-chain systems, are the third-party software in charge of feeding smart contracts with real-time data to execute their underlying transactions. Through this integration, DIA is enabling developers on Evmos to have access to data feeds for 6.000+ cryptocurrency assets to build dApps. To provide such a large data offering, unlike other Web3 oracle providers, DIA sources data directly from CEXs and DEXs at a very granular level. This enables DIA to create oracles for any asset that is available on centralised and decentralised markets. Additio... read More

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