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EXFI Price

EXFI

Experimental Finance Token  

#EXFI

EXFI Price:
$0.50
Volume:
$79.6 K
All Time High:
$13.72
Market Cap:
$48.6 M


Circulating Supply:
96,534,809
Exchanges:
3+
Total Supply:
96,534,916
Markets:
3+
Max Supply:
110,000,000
Pairs:
6



  EXFI PRICE


The price of #EXFI today is $0.50 USD.

For this period, the price of Experimental Finance Token/#EXFI is up by a mooning bazillion %, based on starting price of $0 and ending price of $0.503.

The lowest EXFI price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.503, and the exact current price of one EXFI crypto coin is $0.50343.

The all-time high EXFI coin price was $13.72.

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


  EXFI OVERVIEW


The code for Experimental Finance Token crypto currency is #EXFI.

Experimental Finance Token is a newer coin by our records, at least 7.3 months in age.


  EXFI MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Experimental Finance Token is $48,598,381.

Experimental Finance Token is ranking downwards to #348 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  EXFI VOLUME


The trading volume is modest during the past 24 hours for #EXFI.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Experimental Finance Token is $79,642.


  EXFI SUPPLY


The circulating supply of EXFI is 96,534,809 coins, which is 88% of the maximum coin supply.


  EXFI EXCHANGES


EXFI is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  EXFI RESOURCES


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  EXFI DEVELOPER NEWS



Samurai & Delorian NFTs

The Path To Migration. — With the approach of FLR Drops Songbird launch, we know many in our community are eager to learn more of the plans for the Samurai and Delorian NFTs. In this article, we will cover the plan for bringing these NFTs to the Songbird Network in preparation of unlocking their utility! — DFLR Competition Rewards - As discussed here (flrfinance.medium.com), the winners of the DFLR competition will receive their NFT rewards on FLR Drops on Songbird. The current collection of 750 Semi-Rare Samurai on Ethereum will be burned and re-minted through the Drops platform, where they will be transferred to the original winning addresses. The Super Rare Samurai NFTs which are currently owned by FLR Finance, will likewise be burned and reminted on Songbird to be transferred to the original winning addresses. The Rhodium Necklace winners will be rewarded separately, as their reward will be one of the first usecases of the new Phygital Redemption process! — Existing Ethereum Samurai NFTs - All current holders of the UR and SR Samurai NFTs on Ethereum will have the option to redeem that NFT for the same NFT on Songbird. The redemption process will require that the holder burn the current NFT on ETH and send us the burn transaction for verification. Once verified, we will mint the replacement NFT on Songbird and transfer that NFT to the address which executed the burn. Full instructions on how to complete...




Auction Types

THE FLRDROPS ARC:. — Besides set-price sales and offers, FLR Drops will feature various auction methods for Artists and Collectors to buy and sell artwork. Below we provide some insight into some of the auction types that will feature within FLR Drops. This list will be updated, and more auction types will be added as time goes on. — Scottish Auction - The Scottish type auction is an ascending price auction with a predetermined duration. It typically begins with a starting bid or reserve price for the sale item. Subsequent bids need to be higher than the previous bid. During the last hour of the auction, each new bid will extend the auction duration by 15 minutes. The highest bid at the end of the auction period wins the auction. Scottish is the most common type of auction in the web3 space. — Dutch Auction - The Dutch type auction is a descending price auction with a predetermined duration. It typically begins with a high starting price and decreases until a participant decides to buy at a desirable price or a reserve price set by the seller is reached. This type of price auction is most commonly used for goods that are required to be sold quickly, such as flowers, fresh produce, or tobacco. Dutch auctions have also been called clock auctions or open-outcry descending-price auctions. This type of auction has the advantage of speed since a sale never requires more than one bid. It is strategically similar...




How NFT Sales Work

THE FLRDROPS ARC:. — Artists looking to sell their NFTs usually do so via digital marketplaces. A digital NFT marketplace is similar to that of eBay where items are listed for sale. There are also many different methods via which an NFT can be bought or sold via an NFT marketplace. We will cover some of these methods in this article.Marketplace Listings Listing an NFT on one marketplace doesn’t automatically list it on all marketplaces. As mentioned above, NFT marketplaces are like eBay for NFTs. An item listed for sale on eBay will not show up on Facebook’s marketplace. The same applies to NFT marketplaces. Individual listing would be required for each marketplace and an NFT will have its own bids on each marketplace. — ERC-721 & ERC-1155 Listings. — Listings and offers for ERC-721 NFTs apply only to the individual NFT within the collection. To sell or purchase multiple ERC-721 NFTs within a collection, multiple listings/offers would need to be made.As the ERC-1155 NFT standard allows for the minting of multiple copies of the same NFT, listings and offers can be made in batches. This means an owner can list 20 copies of the same NFT in a single listing, and buyers can make an offer on 20 copies in a single offer.On FLR Drops, it is possible to partially fill a buy or sell order on ERC-1155 NFTs. This means a listing for 20 copies of an NFT could be filled by multiple buyers through a single lis...




Introducing FFLabs

“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make, the better.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson With 3 out of 7 protocols launched and many lessons learned, we reviewed our performance over the last 1.5 years and came to several conclusions:Due to our ambitious ecosystem design and desire to build novel systems over simply deploying forks of other protocols, we needed more A-level talent. To create new use cases on our path to becoming an institutional-grade ecosystem, we needed more review of protocol logic, more experienced smart contract developers, and academic-level documentation.We needed to refine our release process to grant the community the opportunity to experiment with our products, free of charge, before they are launched on Flare’s Songbird Canary Network. Education is key, especially when dealing with a rapidly emerging field like blockchain technology. In an attempt to rectify our first observation, over the last eight months, we conducted over 180 interviews with developers from all around the globe. Luckily, we were able to find an amazing Junior Developer but had a hard time locating the rare industry talents that we were looking for. However, thanks to the bear market, we were able to do just that. Without any further ado, we are happy to introduce the beginning of what we hope will become a large team of academically focused scientists and engineers, FLRLabs. Their primary purpose is to help the core...




FLRDrops Primer

How to connect to the Coston testnet. — FLR Finance’s development cycle can be summarised in 3 steps: Development on Coston testnet, Staging on the Songbird Network and Production on the Flare Network. The Coston testnet is a testbed for developers that want to develop and test the functionality of their applications without risking any real value. The FLR Drops NFT Module is finishing final testing and is soon to be released for the community to begin testing some of the initial features on the Coston testnet. Below, we provide some instructions for connecting to the Coston Network.Bifrost and D’Cent Wallets Bifrost Wallet and D’Cent Wallet both have native support for the Coston testnet which makes it a simple process to activate. The process for both is quite similar. 1. Access the Settings menu 2. Select Advanced (Bifrost only) Bifrost Settings Page 3. Toggle on Developer Mode and select Enable. (On D’cent, toggle on Enable TestNet) Bifrost Advanced Settings And that’s it! With Developer mode enabled, you will now only be able to access the supported test networks within Bifrost. Developer Mode Enabled If you go back to your wallet, you will notice your main network tokens are no longer visible and this is due to activating Developer Mode. To reactivate your main networks, simply toggle off Developer Mode. (In D’Cent, they are still visible). Now we need tokens to perform transactions and mak...




Minting & Collections

THE FLRDROPS ARC:. — Traditionally, an art collection is an accumulation of artworks by an individual or a public institution like a museum. Most art museums grew out of large private collections formed by wealthy families, royalty, and aristocracy. Art supplies have also carried a high price tag, acting as a barrier to entry for potential artists. In today’s digital world, art is abundant, and creating it is right at your fingertips. Armed with a stylus instead of a brush or a camera phone and a keen eye, the potential to become an artist is literally within touching distance. The barrier to entry is your willingness to indulge in your creativity. In this Info-Article, we will explore the different methods for placing that art into the digital world of NFTs. Collections Nowadays, an NFT Collection is more commonly associated with a series or a bundle of artworks released by an artist. Similar to a musician releasing an album of songs, a Collection is a number of related artworks grouped into one album. Collections are essentially smart contracts that contain NFTs. When minting NFTs to a collection, the smart contract acts as a container, storing all of the artwork in one place — similar to files being stored in a folder on your computer. The minting methods discussed earlier for minting NFTs is essentially deciding upon which collection you would like to store your files in. For example, if you were minting a...




Introducing NFTs

The FLRDrops Arc:. — As we approach the release of FLR Drops for community testing on the Coston TestNet, we are releasing a short info-series to provide some general insights into NFTs, as well as uses and features, some of which will be found within the FLR Drops module. The initial release of Drops will be in a limited capacity with more features to be added as testing and developments progress. This info-series will continue to provide updated information as development progresses. Intro to NFTs NFTs have become popular within the world of digital art and collectibles. Digital artists are witnessing an increased demand for their work, and a large proportion of that is due to a blossoming crypto-audience, as well as the benefits associated with blockchain technology enabling new opportunities of creation, such as generative art created via smart contracts. The core principles of Web3 enable both Artists and Collectors to access a decentralised market to which they can connect without permission, trust, or borders, transact with native payments and retain ownership of their data. Digital art is one of many use cases for NFTs. They can be utilised to grant holders membership, to represent ownership of digital and physical items, certify the veracity of any unique asset, or grant permission to a certain stake, share or function. What’s in the name…NFT? NFT is an acronym for ‘Non-Fungible Token’, which is an eco...




Loans Incident Post-Mortem

On June 11th, a human error in the EXFI implementation of the FLRLoans Price Feed oracle permitted an adversary to artificially inflate the price of EXFI and mint ~6.785 million CAND of ‘bad’ debt. Once our incident response concluded, the Common Prefix team composed a post-mortem report outlining the details of the attack here. At the time of the incident, the FLRLoans protocol had one large, undercollateralized open nest with ~7.6 million EXFI of collateral and ~3.5 million CAND of debt, so a collateral ratio of ~80%. The total collateral ratio of the protocol was thus ~80%, and its stability pool had a limited capital of ~$150,000 CAND. As the protocol only had one big undercollateralized nest, any new nest would immediately ‘absorb’ the existing one. In other words, all the collateral and debt of this existing nest would be added automatically to the new one. To exit recovery mode, the price of EXFI had to exceed ~$0.7. The oracle implementation error permitted the adversary to manipulate the price of EXFI to a high of ~$2.0 from the oracle’s perspective. This action not only took the protocol out of recovery mode but also allowed the adversary to mint ~6.785 million CAND of ‘bad’ debt without forcing the system back into recovery mode. 5.5 million CAND tokens were returned by the adversary and have been repaid, leaving a total of ~1,284,988.95 (~1.3 million) CAND worth of unhealthy debt. Therefore, all ne...




S1E5 — Season Finale

S1E5 — Season Finale This week brought some big changes to FLR Finance. We introduced three new time-locked Farm pools and…we implemented the technical and economic fix for FLR Loans! Time-Locked Farm Pools Three new time-locked pools were introduced to FLR Farm: two EXFI pools with 90 and 180 day lockups, and one EXFI/SFIN LP pool with a 90 day lockup. SFIN reward rates for these pools are boosted by 1.5x (90 days) and 1.75x (180 days) compared to the corresponding unlocked pools. These rewards accumulate in the same manner as for regular FLR Farm pools and will be directly claimable at any time. Adoption of these new pools has been quick, with over 2.4M EXFI being locked so far between the two EXFI pools and 60% of the EXFI/SFIN LP tokens being locked as well. EXFI Loans On January 21, 2022, the FLR Finance EXFI Loans platform, which mints the Canary Dollar stablecoin (CAND) from overcollateralized asset positions, experienced a price feed attack. Due to the low external market liquidity, fast on chain transaction speeds, and low transaction fees, attackers were able to purchase a relatively small amount of EXFI on the MEXC exchange to pump the EXFI price to $15 during the window in which the Loans price feed took a price snapshot. This allowed EXFI Loans to mint CAND at a highly inflated rate. When the price of EXFI on the exchanges immediately corrected back to the real price these loans were left in a very un...




Community Update S1E4

With our hackathon coming to a close and the release of the Alpha phase of our new products coming closer, we would like to share with our community some of our progress and decisions toward building a Multi-Chain DeFi Economy. EXFI Loans When we released our last community update, we had anticipated it being the last one before we celebrated the solution to the EXFI loans situation and the CAND peg. We had entered final testing of our technical solution and had an economic plan which had been audited and tested. We began Monday May 9, 2022 with the intention of implementing both fixes only to watch, transfixed, as the bottom fell out of the crypto market, dragging us all down with the collapse of UST. Obviously, to some this was reminiscent of what has happened with CAND. However, the UST stablecoin system functions very differently from FLR Loans and CAND. We remain confident in the underlying security of the Liquity protocol and were heartened to see how well Liquity, and Liquity forks such as Yeti Finance, handled the extreme volatility and downward pressure on their stablecoins. The problems we have experienced with CAND are technical in nature and not an underlying vulnerability of the protocol. With that said, we have been making updates to the protocol to help it function more securely and with less volatility in the fast transaction, low fee, low liquidity environment we are using it in. When full functionality is r...




  EXFI NEWS


Flare Finance News on EXFI, Farm Pools, Loans and CAND

    This week brought some big changes to FLR Finance. We introduced three new time-locked Farm pools and…we implemented the technical and economic fix for FLR Loans! Time-Locked Farm Pools Three new time-locked pools were introduced to FLR Farm: two EXFI pools with 90 and 180 day lockups, and one EXFI/SFIN LP pool with a 90 day lockup. SFIN reward rates for these pools are boosted by 1.5x (90 days) and 1.75x (180 days) compared to the corresponding unlocked pools. These rewards accumulate in the same manner as for regular FLR Farm pools and will be directly claimable at any time.Adoption of these new pools has been quick, with over 2.4M EXFI being locked so far between the two EXFI pools and 60% of the EXFI/SFIN LP tokens being locked as well. EXFI Loans On January 21, 2022, the FLR Finance EXFI Loans platform, which mints the Canary Dollar stablecoin (CAND) from overcollateralized asset positions, experienced a price feed attack. Due to the low external market liquidity, fast on chain transaction speeds, and low transaction fees, attackers were able to purchase a relatively small amount of EXFI on the MEXC exchange to pump the EXFI price to $15 during the window in which the Loans price feed took a price snapshot. This allowed EXFI Loans to mint CAND at a highly inflated rate. When the price of EXFI on the exchanges immediately corrected back to the real price these loans were left in a very undercollateralized state, leading to their liquid... read More



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