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FLOW Price:
$1.70
Volume:
$95.6 M
All Time High:
$42.48
Market Cap:
$1.8 B


Circulating Supply:
1,036,200,000
Exchanges:
30
Total Supply:
1,359,340,091
Markets:
53
Max Supply:
Pairs:
29



  FLOW PRICE


The price of #FLOW today is $1.70 USD.

The lowest FLOW price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.70, and the exact current price of one FLOW crypto coin is $1.69936.

The all-time high FLOW coin price was $42.48.

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


  FLOW OVERVIEW


The code for Flow is also #FLOW.

Flow is 1.7 years old.


  FLOW MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Flow is $1,760,878,311.

Flow is ranked #32 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  FLOW VOLUME


The trading volume is large today for #FLOW.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Flow is $95,630,180.


  FLOW SUPPLY


The circulating supply of FLOW is 1,036,200,000 coins, which is 76% of the total coin supply.


  FLOW EXCHANGES


FLOW is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 30 crypto exchanges.

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


  FLOW RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #FLOW, and you can view them on our FLOW disambiguation page.


  FLOW RESOURCES


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  FLOW DEVELOPER NEWS



Open World Builders: Free Virtual Blockchain Bootcamp

A hands-on program focused on the new opportunities unlocked by crypto / blockchain technology, smart contracts, and decentralized applications (dapps). — photo by #WoCinTechWelcome Open World Builders is a series of online workshops put in place to provide free access to greater knowledge around emerging blockchain technologies. Hosted by industry veterans including the teams behind CryptoKitties, Dapper and NBA Top Shot, this 8-week program will begin on July 6th, 2020 and end on August 28th, 2020 (subject to change). Our main objective is to educate students and professionals about the future potential of blockchain technology and the crypto assets industry, along with the new programming paradigm it represents for software developers. Open World Builders is open to both technical and non-technical audiences, with both code and no-code options based on your individual interest. Technical workshops will leverage Flow blockchain as the base example, but the underlying logic and paradigm imparted can be easily applied to most smart contract-based blockchain solutions out there. Open World Builders will give you an introduction to blockchain and the opportunity that exists right now in crypto networks:Background on decentralized systems and the unique tools they give builders like you to solve the problems of today;The opportunity space for artists, creators, and developers in this decentralized environment: how to build in a world with no platform risk, where fans and brands can connect directly and peer-to-peer.The skills needed to create projects and businesses on a blockchain, from games and toys to financial products and everything in between. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to:Hear from some of the foremost thinkers and builders in the worlds of crypto, emerging technology, and decentralized applications;Join weekly webinars covering key technical and product challenges in the space;Work directly with tools, accessible for all levels of development experience, to create assets or app(s) as part of a capstone project;Engage directly with the core Flow team and industry experts to receive feedback and mentorship for your projects;[Subject to compliance with local laws and regulations] Receive access to FLOW tokens — restricted for usage as credits to build, or interact with, applications on top of the Flow network (similar to AWS or Google Ads credits). Two sessions will be offered each week:Technical Seminars: in which we will introduce the broader concepts of the topics mentioned above to all participants;Product Workshops: practical sessions, in which participants will get to define a product and, for those interested in coding, build it:Product Definition: foundation-building sessions to determine compelling product outcomes, go-to-market strategies, a competitive analysis and to incorporate feedback given on product;Development: technical sessions working through hands-on examples relevant to building out the defined product. Non-technical participants are welcome to join the development portion of the workshops each week, though they aren’t mandatory. For those who want to actively participate in both sections of the workshops but are less familiar with coding, there will also be an option to leverage less code-intensive tools like TryCrypto to bootstrap a full-stack blockchain application on top of Flow. Regardless of the track chosen, each participant is required to submit a capstone project, either individually or as a group. Capstone projects can be based on any topic of choice: art and digital assets symbiosis (to be secured by the blockchain, Flow), voting and governance structures, new business models, or full-stack applications deployed to Flow are all welcome. This program offers a great way for participants to gain exposure and experience in the blockchain industry. Given the high level of resources our professionals are committing to the program, we ask that each participant to be seriously motivated and actively participate for the whole duration of the program. The capstone project submission is a requirement for the successful completion of this bootcamp. This program is open to everyone and was designed to ensure access to understanding emerging blockchain technologies, especially for those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to learn about it. There are a limited number of seats we can support, and individuals from underrepresented groups will be given priority. We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis; if you are interested, please submit your application as soon as possible. — Apply Now. — If you are interested in helping with the program as speaker, coordinator, session moderators, or marketing please let us know via this form. — Responsibilities:. — Attend webinar sessionsParticipate in working sessionsCommit to attending for the entire durationParticipate in creating a project and deliver a capstone project — Requirements:. — You must be a professional or student currently enrolled in a high school, undergraduate, graduate, or PhD programAccess to a computer or mobile device capable of joining video conferencing — Expectations:. — Participants that complete the bootcamp successfully will receive a limited edition, exclusive non-fungible token (NFT) secured on the Flow blockchain as a digital certificate verifying their involvement.Participants will work in teams to complete a capstone project and record their presentation. A selection of projects will be presented to the Flow community including our investors — some of the most supportive and forward-thinking individuals and institutions in the world.Students will graduate with a foundation in smart contracts, the Flow blockchain technology stack, and a strong understanding of why decentralized computation is the future of technology.Program Outline (subject to change) Week 1 (Introducing Smart Contracts)Introduction to blockchain and smart contractsOverview of the program, resources available and expectationsTechnical Seminar: Cadence Playground and initial tutorial overviewProduct Workshop: initial product brainstorming and ideation phaseIndustry leader guest speaker #1Assignment #1 Week 2 (Digital Assets)Resource-Oriented Programming paradigm for blockchainTechnical Seminar: fungible token and non-fungible token tutorialsProduct Workshop: what works uniquely well in the new paradigm with blockchain?Industry leader guest speaker #2Assignment #2 Week 3 (Community Governance)The Future of Governance, on-chain voting and DAOsTechnical Seminar: implementing voting functionality and on-chain governanceProduct Workshop: understanding the importance of community-driven ecosystems and active participationIndustry leader guest speaker #3Assignment #3 Week 4 (Digital Agency)How to get people on the blockchain and building around their user experienceTechnical Seminar: Understanding the Flow Client Library and building full-stack dapps (decentralised applications)Product Workshop: cross-app identity persistence — the user experience of identity, authentication, and authorizationIndustry leader guest speaker #4Assignment #4 Week 5 (Decentralised Finance & Marketplaces)Decentralised finance, what the next era of financial services will look likeTechnical Seminar: building a marketplace and adding your assetsProduct Workshop: the role of marketplaces for both financial assets and collectibles, examples of DEX (decentralised exchanges) and moreIndustry leader guest speaker #5Assignment #5 Week 6 (Composability)Advanced Cadence ConceptsTechnical Seminar: composability on blockchain and handling Cadence resourcesProduct Workshop: share feedback on your first iteration with investorsIndustry leader guest speaker #6Assignment #6 Week 7–8 (Time to Build)Pitch your products to a panel of investorsTechnical and business support for participantsBreakout sessions and discussion forumsRecorded presentation of your dapp/idea — Apply Now. — Open World Builders: Free Virtual Blockchain Bootcamp was originally published in Dapper Labs on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Open Code Bootcamp

Open World Builders: Free Virtual Blockchain Bootcamp — Hands-on program focused on new opportunities unlocked by crypto / blockchain technology, smart contracts, and decentralized applications (dapps). — photo by #WoCinTechWelcome Open World Builders is a series of online workshops put in place to provide free access to greater knowledge around emerging blockchain technologies. Hosted by industry veterans including the teams behind CryptoKitties, Dapper and NBA Top Shot, this 8-week program will begin on July 6th, 2020 and end on August 28th, 2020 (subject to change). Our main objective is to educate students and professionals about the future potential of blockchain technology and the crypto assets industry, along with the new programming paradigm it represents for software developers. Open World Builders is open to both technical and non-technical audiences, with both code and no-code options based on your individual interest. Technical workshops will leverage Flow blockchain as the base example, but the underlying logic and paradigm imparted can be easily applied to most of smart contract based blockchain solutions out there. Open World Builders will give you an introduction to blockchain and the opportunity that exists right now in crypto networks:Background on decentralized systems and the unique tools they give builders like you to solve the problems of today;The opportunity space for artists, creators, and developers in this decentralized environment: how to build in a world with no platform risk, where fans and brands can connect directly and peer-to-peer.The skills needed to create projects and businesses on a blockchain, from games and toys to financial products and everything in between. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to:Hear from some of the foremost thinkers and builders in the worlds of crypto, emerging technology, and decentralized applications;Join weekly webinars covering key technical and product challenges in the space;Work directly with tools, accessible for all levels of development experience, to create assets or app(s) as part of a capstone project;Engage directly with the core Flow team and industry experts to receive feedback and mentorship for your projects;[Subject to compliance with local laws and regulations] Receive access to FLOW tokens — restricted for usage as credits to build, or interact with, applications on top of the Flow network (similar to AWS or Google Ads credits). Two sessions will be offered each week:Technical Seminars: in which we will introduce the broader concepts of the topics mentioned above to all participants;Product Workshops: practical sessions, in which participants will get to define a product and, for those interested in coding, build it:Product Definition: foundation-building sessions to determine compelling product outcomes, go-to-market strategies, a competitive analysis and to incorporate feedback given on product;Development: technical sessions working through hands-on examples relevant to building out the defined product. Non-technical participants are welcome to join the development portion of the workshops each week, though they aren’t mandatory. For those who want to actively participate in both sections of the workshops but are less familiar with coding, there will also be an option to leverage less code-intensive tools like TryCrypto to bootstrap a full-stack blockchain application on top of Flow. Regardless of the track chosen, each participant is required to submit a capstone project, either individually or as a group. Capstone projects can be based on any topic of choice: art and digital assets symbiosis (to be secured by the blockchain, Flow), voting and governance structures, new business models, or full-stack applications deployed to Flow are all welcome. This program offers a great way for participants to gain exposure and experience in the blockchain industry. Given the high level of resources our professionals are committing to the program, we ask that each participant to be seriously motivated and actively participate for the whole duration of the program. The capstone project submission is a requirement for the successful completion of this bootcamp. This program is open to everyone and was designed to ensure access to understanding emerging blockchain technologies, especially for those who may not otherwise have the opportunity to learn about it. There are a limited number of seats we can support, and individuals from underrepresented groups will be given priority. We will be accepting applications on a rolling basis; if you are interested, please submit your application as soon as possible. Link to application form If you are interested in helping with the program as speaker, coordinator, session moderators, or marketing please let us know via this form. — Responsibilities:. — Attend webinar sessionsParticipate in working sessionsCommit to attending for the entire durationParticipate in creating a project and deliver a capstone project — Requirements:. — You must be a professional or student currently enrolled in a high school, undergraduate, graduate, or PhD programAccess to a computer or mobile device capable of joining video conferencing — Expectations:. — Participants that complete the bootcamp successfully will receive a limited edition, exclusive non-fungible token (NFT) secured on the Flow blockchain as a digital certificate verifying their involvement.Participants will work in teams to complete a capstone project and record their presentation. A selection of projects will be presented to the Flow community including our investors — some of the most supportive and forward-thinking individuals and institutions in the world.Students will graduate with a foundation in smart contracts, the Flow blockchain technology stack, and a strong understanding of why decentralized computation is the future of technology.Program Outline (subject to change) Week 1 (Introducing Smart Contracts)Introduction to blockchain and smart contractsOverview of the program, resources available and expectationsTechnical Seminar: Cadence Playground and initial tutorial overviewProduct Workshop: initial product brainstorming and ideation phaseIndustry leader guest speaker #1Assignment #1 Week 2 (Digital Assets)Resource-Oriented Programming paradigm for blockchainTechnical Seminar: fungible token and non-fungible token tutorialsProduct Workshop: what works uniquely well in the new paradigm with blockchain?Industry leader guest speaker #2Assignment #2 Week 3 (Community Governance)The Future of Governance, on-chain voting and DAOsTechnical Seminar: implementing voting functionality and on-chain governanceProduct Workshop: understanding the importance of community driven ecosystem and active participationIndustry leader guest speaker #3Assignment #3 Week 4 (Digital Agency)How to get people on the blockchain and building around their user experienceTechnical Seminar: Understanding the Flow Client Library and building full-stack dapps (decentralised applications)Product Workshop: cross app identity persistence, the user experience of identity, authentication, and authorizationIndustry leader guest speaker #4Assignment #4 Week 5 (Digital Agency)Decentralised finance, what the next era of financial services will look likeTechnical Seminar: building a marketplace and adding your assetsProduct Workshop: the role of marketplaces, both for financial assets and collectibles, examples of DEX (decentralised exchanges) and moreIndustry leader guest speaker #5Assignment #5 Week 6 (Digital Agency)Advanced Cadence ConceptsTechnical Seminar: composability on blockchain and handling Cadence resourcesProduct Workshop: share feedback on your first iteration with investorsIndustry leader guest speaker #6Assignment #6 Week 7–8 (Time to Build)Pitch your products to a panel of investorsTechnical and business support for participantsBreakout sessions and discussion forumsRecorded presentation of your dapp/idea Open Code Bootcamp was originally published in Dapper Labs on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Audius — World’s First Decentralized Music Streaming Platform

Audius — World’s First Decentralized Music Streaming Platform Audius, is the brand new streaming platform built for all musicians and users. In this blog, they share with the Flow team how bringing music streaming to the blockchain allows for a decentralized experience, greater artist freedom and creates a platform that can scale. Q: What is Audius and what makes it unique from other audio streaming services? A: Audius is the world’s first decentralized and open-source music streaming platform designed to be controlled by its community of independent artists, fans, & developers — not a single corporation or major record labels. Plus:320kbps hi-fi sound (highest sound quality of any free music platform)No frivolous platform-level takedowns or account bansBuilt-in visualizerOpen-source codeGrowing community of big and small artists Our mission is to give everyone the freedom to share, monetize, and listen to any audio. “Audius is one of the most exciting things I’ve heard about in a while. This might really affect the community and life around underground music in a major way,” — Lido “If any streaming platform is set up to actually rival SoundCloud, we’d put money on Audius.” — Dancing Astronaut “I spend much of my time seeing around the corner to the future of the industry, and Audius is clearly the way forward. I’m thrilled to join this team.” — deadmau5 Q: How does having a decentralized experience allow for the listener to more easily access a variety of music. A: It’s important for all users to have a voice — in the west we may not have to deal with censorship as directly, but even countries like Spain for example forbid speech that “insults the crown” . In many parts of the world widespread censorship of music is just an accepted part of life: music cover and thai rap. This video does a fantastic job laying out how music has been censored around the world time and time again. This is why Audius exists to help protect the rights of all people who want their voice to be heard. Q: How does a decentralized experience benefit artists? A: Today, the primary benefits Audius provides to artists are 1) increased control of how their music is shared and discovered, 2) ownership of the artist/fan relationship (which no other platform provides) and 3) censorship resistance. All content is free on Audius today. As payments in Audius roll out in the future, artists and rights holders can get paid a higher proportion of revenue, faster, and with more transparency than ever before. Payments, when combined with artists’ ability to own their relationships with fans and the data produced in those interactions, will enable fascinating use cases around monetization of premium content and experiences. What if you could join your favorite artists’ fan club and hear their content before anyone else does? Q: Why is it important to have a catalog that is fully open? How does this allow the artist and listener to customize their experience to fit their needs? A: The key is not to be fully open necessarily — but rather to give artists complete freedom and latitude to control the experience through which their content can be consumed, by whom, and under what terms. This generally does lead to more people around the globe being able to hear content — most artists care most about their content being available to anyone anywhere. But freedom is the philosophical tenet underpinning these design decisions. In a world of digitally-enabled abundance, discovery and curation starts to matter much more to help surface the right content to the right people at the right time. This is why in Audius, discovery and curation is completely in the hands of the community. Anyone can create a playlist, repost content, or otherwise use their following to boost the viewership of content, all while capturing a portion of the revenue their curation generates. Q: Why is it important to build on a platform that can scale to millions of users and files, how does this impact the artist and listener experience? A: The larger the number of listeners and artists using the network, the more valuable the network becomes as a distribution channel (see Reid’s law, which maps well to the network structure of Audius). More content gives listeners more to discover, while a larger audience expands the reach of all artists on Audius. Q: What features and components are you looking for in a blockchain to help support your vision for Audius? A: Audius is an interesting case because we don’t care too much about time to finality (latency), within some reasonable bounds, but we do care deeply about throughput and censorship-resistance. More transactions per timedelta directly maps to the protocol being able to support more users. Censorship-resistance is important as one of the primary pillars of our value proposition to users and artists, meaning that all underlying protocols enabling Audius must also have a high degree of censorship resistance. The story around files is the same — being capable of hosting and sharing more content among the community of folks operating the protocol directly maps to an ability to absorb more artist demand. Capacity to store within Audius always needs to stay ahead of current demand levels.




Open Sourcing Flow Developer Tools

Assemble the Megazord! The Flow team is here with a suite of open-source developer tools for building on our new platform. This release gives you the basic tools and documentation you need to start bringing your ideas to life. We’re very excited to see your creations! Today’s releases includes: CadenceThe first of its kind! Cadence is an ergonomic, resource-oriented smart contract programming language. Resource-oriented programming is a new programming paradigm, designed to be secure and easy-to-use. For the first time, developers can create uniquely durable digital artifacts where ownership is tracked by the language itself, enabling a powerful new category of applications. Flow Go SDKThe Go SDK is a great tool for developers looking for backend integration with scalability in mind. Go is one of the most popular backend programming languages when performance is a top priority, and has been the go-to choice for Dapper Labs. Flow JavaScript SDKFor frontend developers, our JavaScript SDK will allow you to easily integrate and interact with Flow. Develop without using ABIs, construct composable interactions and create dapps that delight your users. We think you’re going to love building with our JavaScript SDK. Visual Studio Code ExtensionInteract with Flow and use the Cadence language natively in Visual Studio Code. Statically check your Cadence code for errors and test your smart contracts without leaving the comfort of this industry-leading IDE. Flow Playground GUIThe hosted, in-browser development environment where users can learn and try out Cadence smart contract language without any setup needed. We make it easy for any new developer to get a taste of Cadence, the powerful new language for smart contract development. Standards ProposalsThe two new standards proposals for FTs (Fungible tokens) and NFTs (Non-fungible tokens) are the Flow equivalent of Ethereum’s ERC-20 and ERC-721, respectively. This release represents a milestone in the development of the Flow developer ecosystem. But we’re just getting started. In the coming month, you can look forward to:A Testnet for you to share your smart contracts with the worldA tutorial featuring a complete demo app using the Flow JavaScript SDK and ReactOur first integrations with collaborations from Bitski and Fortmatic After announcing our ongoing collaboration with Libra, outstanding submissions to our Cadence Cup, and a very creative playground extension from Max Starka, a star member of the community, we are excited to open source some of what we’ve been working on as well. This is the perfect time to get involved and building! To get started learning about Flow, start with the Flow Primer and peruse the Flow Developer Preview before heading to Playground, or the Visual Studio Code extension to experiment with Cadence smart contracts. Join us on Discord where you can get your questions answered, meet the enthusiastic folks who are already building, and engage with Flow’s engineers and product team. You can also follow us Twitter for updates on Flow. Help us set the trajectory for the future of Flow! The best communities are built in the open, and we look forward to collaborating with all of you. A decentralized ecosystem can’t live behind closed doors! What will you build? Open Sourcing Flow Developer Tools was originally published in Dapper Labs on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Libra and Flow: Combining Resources for Open Source

Move, by Libra, and Cadence, by Flow, are the first two resource-oriented programming languages available to smart contract developers. The teams are now engaged in open source collaboration to ensure both communities can benefit.. — One of the most exciting components of Facebook’s work on the Libra blockchain has been Move, a new smart contract language designed from the ground up for a crypto-enabled world. Move is built around the idea of “resources”, a new kind of data structure inspired by linear types. Resources are the first programming language construct that allows programmers to indicate to the compiler and runtime that certain data in the program represents valuable digital assets and should be protected: It enforces rules, in the language itself, about how these assets can be created, ensures they can’t accidentally be deleted or “dropped”, and requires they are never copied, only moved (inspiring the language’s name). The Flow blockchain introduces its own language, Cadence, that is also resource-oriented. Like Move, Cadence enforces careful rules about how resource assets are managed, and is built with security and reliability as some of the most important considerations in how the language is structured. The two languages are complements: Move was designed “bottom up”, with a focus on performance and efficiency. It has a compact bytecode that can be efficiently executed, leading to high scalability. However, the syntax is minimal, designed for machines first and humans second. Cadence on the other hand was designed “top down”, with an emphasis on readability and clarity. It uses a familiar syntax inspired by Rust and Swift, with a strong, static type system to minimize runtime errors. All methods, interfaces, and transactions can include pre- and post-conditions to enforce expected behaviour (“design by contract”). This results in a language that is easier to learn, significantly easier to audit, and ultimately much more productive than any current alternatives. Cadence is currently an interpreted language, but we’re excited to say we have been working with the Move team to find a way to compile Cadence down to Move bytecode for execution on the Move virtual machine. The possibilities here are immense for both communities. If we succeed, the Move virtual machine would power both the Libra and Flow blockchains, and Cadence code could target either blockchain; a fast and easy-to-use language that leverages the power of resource-oriented programming. To be clear, as blockchains, Libra and Flow are built for different purposes. Flow is designed to be fully permissionless and decentralized, supporting participation by anyone with an internet connection. As a result, both Cadence and Move will be fully unconstrained on Flow, allowing for a Turing-complete smart contract environment.Intrigued? There’s so much more about Flow that is different, starting with the architecture. Unlike most other blockchains, including Bitcoin, Libra, and Ethereum, Flow has a novel four-node architecture. Flow divides the work of processing a transaction and validating a block into four different steps, each handled by a different validator node role. This architecture is outlined in our first technical paper: Flow: Separating Consensus and Compute. The separation of concerns in this multi-role design dramatically improves the performance of the network without breaking atomicity through sharding or so-called “layer two” solutions — or reducing decentralization by limiting participation. As a result, smart contracts and user accounts on Flow can always interact with each other in one atomic, consistent, isolated, and durable (ACID) transaction. In other words: all applications on Flow run in the same shared global execution state and benefit from full composability. To learn more:Click around on the main site: onflow.orgJoin discord and introduce yourself: chat.onflow.orgStart writing contracts on Playground: play.onflow.org Libra and Flow: Combining Resources for Open Source was originally published in Dapper Labs on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Enter the Octagon: UFC on Flow brings MMA to crypto

One of the world’s fastest-growing sports joins forces with the creators of CryptoKitties and the Flow blockchain. — We recently published the first technical papers for Flow, a new blockchain designed for consumer apps and the digital assets that power them. Today we’re proud to announce our latest partnership: a collaboration with the UFC to create crypto-backed digital assets and an accompanying blockchain game for mixed martial arts fans around the world:  — @FortuneMagazine UFC on Flow offers fans an unprecedented crypto-enabled experience: unique or limited edition items available for collectors to buy or win, digital assets trading on an open marketplace, and games that make players real stakeholders in the value they help create. UFC is one of the fastest growing sports of the last decade with 314 million global fans and fighters in over 35 countries. UFC fans are some of the most loyal and passionate in the world of sports — this makes a blockchain experience a natural next step for the franchise. Because apps and digital assets on Flow exist on a decentralized network, they are also open for developers around the world to build new products, creating an amazing amount of choice for consumers. For example, any developer can build a gallery application for fans to display their collectibles, or a financial market tracking the price movement of digital assets in all the different games on the network. Third parties can build trading houses, pawn shops, and reselling services — anything demanded by users. This feature of blockchain is called composability, and it promises to be as transformative for crypto networks as open source software was for the web:  — @jessewldn — Kickstarting network effects with games and onboarding - Flow is designed for a future where blockchain — or crypto — is a standard part of the software stack, easy to use by consumers and developers. We have a simple strategy for helping crypto- and crypto-enabled applications achieve mainstream adoption: Partner with the world’s most loved brands to drive consumer excitement, Emphasize user-friendly onboarding and low-friction payments across dapps, Bootstrap network effects and empower developers to build the future, Games and entertainment are the best catalyst for helping consumers understand the value of new technology, especially crypto. Virtual worlds let consumers play with economic systems without taking undue financial risk — or learning new behaviors. That said, Flow is a general-purpose blockchain, made for developers to create crypto-enabled products of all kinds — e.g. marketplaces, messaging, micropayments, licensing, and DeFi products (borrowing/lending, stablecoins, trading).  — @Timccopeland — What makes Flow different: technical details - Unlike other blockchains with a single specification for a validator, like Bitcoin or Ethereum, Flow divides the work of processing a transaction and validating a block into four different steps, each handled by a different validator node type. The separation of concerns in this multi-role design dramatically improves the performance of the network, as outlined in our first technical paper: Flow: Separating Consensus and Compute. Validators on Flow engage in consensus as well as providing transaction collection, computation, and verification services to the network. The process of how the different validator roles work together on Flow is detailed in our second technical paper, Flow: Block Formation and Execution. Due to Flow’s multi-role design, participation is possible at a variety of computational and financial tiers, open to anyone with a reliable internet connection. In particular, we expect many Verification Nodes at scale, working in parallel to secure every transaction. The verification process is outlined in our third technical paper, Flow: Execution Verification. The Flow architecture lets the network scale to serve the expectations of mainstream consumers and developers while preserving easy composability and decentralization.Flow multi-role validator nodes Flow also comes with usability improvements that simplify the development process for smart contracts while dramatically improving the customer experience of crypto-enabled apps built on top: Shared execution state (no sharding!): any number of smart contracts and user accounts can interact with each other in one atomic transaction, Protocol level smart contract wallets for every user account: protecting against lost accounts and forgotten private keys, Upgradeable smart contracts: making it possible for developers to fix mistakes without building risky backdoors, And many more, read the Flow Network Primer for details. — Jump in and start building today - If you’re a developer, sign up for the Flow Alpha for a chance to have your apps highlighted right next to those by the biggest brands in the world. As an early member of the Flow community, you will get access to the Flow environment, allowing you to start writing smart contracts and testing the network. Additionally, the Dapper Labs team will host exclusive webinars and interviews with the top builders in the space who will also support developers building on Flow. You can sign up for the Developer Alpha here. 2020 is going to be a big year on Flow and we have a lot of exciting details that we can’t reveal just yet. Get ready for a world of infinite possibility where you shape the future. Sign up onflow.org and read the primer, Join Flow on social: Twitter, Discord, Check out open roles on Flow — for yourself or a friend!, 👏 if you liked this post! Enter the Octagon: UFC on Flow brings MMA to crypto was originally published in Dapper Labs on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




  FLOW NEWS


Can WAVES Flow Back From Its Low Ebb And Reclaim $4.6?

    The month of September for WAVES didn’t look good as the coin registered a sharp downward pattern. The market is looking bearish as WAVES slipped below the key $4.6 level. Crypto market looking bearish for WAVES  WAVES key support retests the $4.3 zone OBV shows a weakening in selling volume Bitcoin, the king of crypto, climbed to $19.8K, forcing the retreat of the bears and allowing the bulls to recharge. In the event that Bitcoin nosedives lower than $19K, this could inevitably pull the other cryptocurrencies down with it. On the other hand, WAVES has shown some improvement as it dashes above the $4 zone in the last two days.   Waves is a multi-purpose blockchain platform which supports different types of use cases including decentralized applications and smart contracts. The blockchain platform's native token is WAVES, an uncapped supply coin used for payments such as block rewards. $4.3 Revisited As Key Resistance Zone Based on the 4-hour chart, WAVES was able to recover and jump to the $4.3 level following its recent correction. In the next days, WAVES price is seen to bounce back in the $4.5-$4.6 range. A couple of days ago, the key support found at $4.3 have been revisited as a key resistance zone. .com Earlier, its price has once again dropped below the $4 range. On the 1-hour chart, it retreated once again or back to the $4.3 level following its latest setback. The price on the higher timeframes is seen to be massively bearish than bulli... read More



Ticket Marketplace Giant Ticketmaster Chooses Flow Blockchain for NFT Pu...

    This week, Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. revealed the company will give event organizers the ability to mint non-fungible token (NFT) tickets via the Flow blockchain. Last November, Ticketmaster said it was working with Polygon but since Super Bowl LVI, the ticket sales and distribution behemoth started working with the Dapper Labs-managed Flow.Ticketmaster Has Minted More Than 5 Million NFTs Using Flow's Technology On August 31, 2022, a sportsbusinessjournal.com report detailed that Ticketmaster will allow event organizers to issue NFTs using the Flow blockchain. Organizers will be able to mint NFTs before, during, or after an event and they can represent tickets or memorabilia, VIP access and rewards as well. The report notes that the ticketing agency has already minted 5 million NFTs via the Flow network. Clients that have issued NFTs include The Black Crowes, the Apollo Theater, and Gavin DeGraw. Ticketmaster originally said it would use Polygon but in February the world's largest ticket marketplace decided to use Flow for the Super Bowl LVI NFT tickets. Flow already works with the NFL via the partnership it worked out for the 'NFL All Day' NFTs. Furthermore, the Dapper Labs operated Flow was also leveraged to mint 'NBA Top Shot' NFTs and 'UFC Strike' NFTs. Furthermore, NFL game attendees can get Flow-issued NFT tickets from over a hundred games from the 2022 season. Flow Says 'Ticketmaster Is Empowering Event Organizers' All-time statistics from the NFT data aggregato... read More



Biggest Movers: FLOW up 12% on Tuesday, Hitting 5-Day High

    Flow rose for a second consecutive session on Tuesday, as the token climbed by 12% earlier in the day. The rebound comes after prices fell to a one-month low over the weekend. Cosmos was also in the green, as it, too, hit a five-day high. Overall, the global crypto market cap is up 0.68% as of writing.Flow (FLOW) Flow (FLOW) was one of the notable movers during Tuesday's session, as the token rose by as much as 12% today. On Sunday, FLOW fell to its lowest level in over one month, as cryptocurrency markets fell victim to an influx of bearish pressure. Since then prices have rebounded, moving away from yesterday's low of $1.77, hitting a peak of $2.08 earlier in the day. Today's surge saw FLOW/USD almost collide with a key resistance point at $2.10, which caused some uncertainty in price movement. Following its earlier peak, FLOW is now trading at $1.94, as previous bulls moved to liquidate their positions, sending prices lower. As seen on the chart, this may also be due to the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) hitting a resistance point of its own at the 40.00 mark. Cosmos (ATOM) Another big mover so far today has been cosmos (ATOM), which also rose for a second straight day. Following a low of $10.16 on Tuesday, ATOM/USD raced to an intraday high of $11.86 earlier today. Today's move sees ATOM drop to its lowest point in five days, from when the token was trading above $13.00. Looking at the chart, although the token climbed beyond its key resistance level of $11.50, e... read More



Flow Monitoring: Why This Price FLOW May Not Attract Short-Term Traders

    FLOW, a blockchain-powered coin, is back in its element. FLOW price plunged by 4.00% Network releases MetaplierFlow gave rise to collaboration with CelerNetwork Coin performance may not attract short-term traders Even though the network may not currently be experiencing a strong bull run, it does appear to be focused on giving consumers who access its decentralized architecture more options. The native coin of the Flow ecosystem is called FLOW. It is employed for all payments of protocol-level fees, rewards, and staking of tokens. In order to attain its goal, the ecosystem recently released MetaplierFlow, a Decentralized Exchange (DEX), which now includes a few integrations. The said integration gave rise to a relationship with the cross-chain platform CelerNetwork.   Integrations Didn’t Impact FLOW Price Another initiative aimed at improving the decentralization of the ecosystem is the recent cooperation. Keep in mind that developing such systems has been done before. In the past, FLOW collaborated on a similar goal with a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). While there are certain differences, the most recent development will allow its users to quickly connect to other cryptocurrencies. The specified assets are USDC, Wrapped Ethereum [WETH], Wrapped Bitcoin [WBTC], and Wrapped Ethereum. The additions didn't appear to worry FLOW, though. According to CoinMarketCap, FLOW price has nosedived by 4% or trading at $1.82 as of this writing. The integr... read More



Biggest Movers: EOS Higher Despite Crypto Sell-off, FLOW Extends Decline...

    Monday saw eos remain in the green, despite the latest red wave in cryptocurrency markets. Today's rally sees the token move almost 20% higher in the last seven days. Flow, on the other hand, extended its recent declines and is now down by almost 30% in the same period. EOS EOS was trading mostly higher on Monday, as the token remained close to a three-month high. Last Wednesday saw EOS/USD rise to a high of $1.64, which was its strongest point since May 11. Since then, market uncertainty has heightened, with the token fallen 20 cents below that level, at $1.44, on Sunday. However, to start the week, bullish sentiment returned, with EOS hitting a high of $1.58, which is marginally below a ceiling of $1.60. This peak saw the relative strength index (RSI) also hit a resistance point, colliding with its 65.45 threshold. As a result of this, earlier gains have eased, as bulls opted to secure profits by liquidating positions. EOS is tracking at $1.52 as of writing. Flow (FLOW) On the other hand, flow (FLOW) was on the opposite side of the spectrum, as prices extended recent declines. Following a high of $2.20 during Sunday's session, FLOW/USD fell to a low of $2.03 to start the week. Today's drop sees the token hit its lowest point since August 4, when prices were trading at a low of $1.86. Overall, FLOW is down by nearly 26% in the last week, and this comes after an extended period of sell-offs. Prices have now moved lower for eleven of the last twelve sessions, commencing aft... read More



FLOW Reclaims Green Turf After 7-Day Losing Streak

    FLOW relishes its winning streaks as the coin trades at its peak Thursday, and shoots upwards after a 7-day losing streak. FLOW registers peak levels, shows renewed vigor after a week Price sets sights on a new key resistance at $3 Token dips by 17.47%, currently trades at $2.28 The uptrend came unexpectedly especially since FLOW’s market cap is trading lower at 1.14%. Other altcoins like SHIB also declined by as much as 10%. FLOW, One Of The Strongest Movers On Thursday FLOW was undeniably one of the strongest crypto movers on Thursday as the coin was able to rebound following a slump for seven straight days. The crypto's recent price drop reaching $2.54 also positioned itself as a support point. But, similar to what happened on August 8, the bulls decided to crash the party which has propelled FLOW to reach $2.80. Chart from TradingView.com Since the coin has bowled over the support point, it appears to be eyeing the $3 resistance level next. But, for FLOW to inch closer to its target zone, the token should be able to surpass the looming obstacle in the RSI. RSI index reads at 60.32 which is way below the ceiling level of 61.19, which historically is the zone that bears favor. FLOW Sets Crosshair At $3 Decentralization is now marking its territory in the blockchain space. With that being said, many projects are now strung together to create a game-changing DeFi culture. The crypto is the newest network to dip into DeFi with its DAO infrastructure spawned as CAST.... read More



Biggest Movers: FLOW Rebounds Following 7-Day Losing Streak

    FLOW was trading higher on Thursday, as the token rallied upward following seven straight days of declines. The surge comes despite the global crypto market capitalization trading 1.14% lower as of writing. Shiba inu fell by nearly 10% in today's session.FLOW FLOW was one of Thursday's notable movers, as the token rebounded following seven consecutive days of declines. The drops in price saw FLOW hit a low of $2.54, which has also acted as a recent support point. However, like on August 8, which is the last time prices were at this floor, bulls opted to reenter the market, sending FLOW/USD to a peak of $2.80 today. Since colliding with the support point, it appears that FLOW bulls are now setting their sights on a resistance level at $3.00. However, in order to move closer to this point, the token must first overcome an obstacle in the relative strength index (RSI). As of writing, the index is at a reading of 60.32, which is marginally below a ceiling of 61.19, which has historically been an area where bears position themselves. Shiba Inu (SHIB) Whilst FLOW was up by nearly 10%, shiba inu (SHIB) was down by almost the same amount on Thursday. SHIB/USD slipped to a low of $0.0000147 earlier in today's session, which comes roughly four days after hitting a high of $0.00001774. This was the highest point SHIB had climbed to since May 10, however bulls went on to retreat from their positions, sending prices lower. Today's decline comes as market uncertainty has heightened, whi... read More



Biggest Movers: XTZ, FLOW Reach Multi-Week Highs on Tuesday

    XTZ rose to its highest point in nearly three weeks on Tuesday, as the token climbed for a second straight session. The move came as FLOW was also trading higher, as prices of the coin moved closer to $2. Overall, crypto markets were 0.90% lower as of writing. Tezos (XTZ) XTZ rose to a multi-week high on Tuesday, leading prices to a collision with a long-term resistance level in the process. Tuesday saw tezos climb to an intraday peak of $1.68, which is nearly 9% higher than yesterday's low at $1.49. As a result of this rally, XTZ/USD collided with its long-term resistance level at $1.65 for the first time since June 12. Following recent lows, prices of the token have steadily increased, and as of writing are 11.48% higher than at the same point last week. In addition to prices, another resistance has been hit, as the 14-day RSI hit a ceiling of its own at the 50.20 point. Tezos bulls appear to be attempting to enter the $2 region, however this will likely not occur until we see a breakout of the RSI resistance. FLOW FLOW was also trading near a multi-week high on Tuesday, as prices rose by as much as 8% during today's session. Whilst XTZ bulls may need to wait a while longer before re-entering the $2 region, FLOW was close to this point following today's gains. Following Monday's low of $1.65, FLOW/USD surged to an intraday peak of $1.81 earlier in the day. This is the highest point the token has traded since June 13, and comes as prices also hit a resistance point of $1... read More



Bitcoin Miners' Exchange Flow Rises To Seven-Month High Amid Blood...

    Bitcoin mining profitability has plummeted by more than 75% from the market peak, and is now at its lowest level since October 2020. Bitcoin Price Plummets Further Bitcoin's price plummeted to a 52-week low of $20,800 on Wednesday, down from an all-time high of $68,788 by more than 70%. Despite the fact that the price has already returned above $21,000, important market indications indicate that bears still have a strong grip on the current market. The Bitcoin Miners to Exchange Flow, a metric that measures the amount of BTC transferred from miners to crypto exchanges, hit a seven-month high of 9,476. The increase in exchange flows suggests that miners are selling their BTC in anticipation of a price drop. BTC miners'exchange flow. Source: Glassnode. Related article | Exchange Inflows Ramp Up As Crypto Investors Clamor To Exit Market Miners Actions Signals Market Sentiment BTC miners' activities often mirror broader market sentiment, as they typically sell BTC to avoid losing money on their mining payouts. The large drop in mining profitability explains the increase in Bitcoin miners selling activity. Mining profitability has plummeted by more than 75% since its peak, and Bitcoin's hash price is at $0.0950/TH/day, the lowest since October 2020. BTC/USD falls to a 52-week low. The netflow of miners to exchanges has also improved. When the miner netflow is positive, it means that more coins are being transmitted to exchanges than to individual wallets. This type of activity ... read More



Flow Launched a $725M Fund Backed by a16z, DCG, Coatue

    NBA Top Shot's host blockchain Flow announced a new $725 million Ecosystem Fund backed by its parent company’s investment arm, Dapper Ventures, and crypto-focused VCs, including a16z, Coatue, and Digital Currency Group. Dedicated to boosting developments in its ecosystem, the fund will offer investments, in-kind support, and FLOW token grants to eligible developers building applications on its blockchain. Developers-Oriented Support Flow, a leading network best known for its NFT projects, was created by Dapper Labs in 2018. The blockchain giant considers the fund as intended to spark innovation and develop new projects built on its platform. Flow's release indicates that the Ecosystem Fund will be used to support “gaming, infrastructure, decentralized finance, content and creators” in its ecosystem. In particular, the fund aims to bring web3 opportunities to developers worldwide. For instance, Flow will offer office spaces to its developers in Berlin and other Asian cities. The fund mainly will go to the following four areas: product development, product scaling, team expansion, user acquisition, and general operating expenses. Dapper Labs' CEO Roham Gharegozlou outlined that interest derived from well-known crypto institutions is a confidence vote on the NFT-focused blockchain. He added that the Fund will become a real game-changer for the ecosystem's '7,500+ strong and fast-growing developer community.' As reported by Forbes, Flow’s new venture - unl... read More



Technical Analysis: WAVES Almost 20% Higher to Start the Week, as FLOW A...

    WAVES was once again trading higher, as cryptocurrency markets marginally climbed to start the week. Although the weekend's red wave has not fully faded, FLOW was also able to move higher on Monday. WAVES WAVES rose for a second consecutive session to start the week, breaking out of its long-term resistance level in the process. Today's move in WAVES/USD saw prices break through its long-term resistance level of $19.55, rising to a 3-month high in the process. As of writing this, WAVES is up 17.2%, and rose to an intraday high of $21.86, which is its highest level since December 4. This move pushed WAVES closer to another ceiling of $23.00, with the 14-day RSI continuing to hover above overbought territory. After tracking at 72 yesterday, price strength currently sits at 78.4, which is its highest since August, when crypto markets were climbing to record highs. Although we could be looking at further marginal gains, it may be hard for some to believe this run will continue throughout the week. FLOW Although it didn't climb by nearly as much as WAVES, FLOW did rebound to start the week, following yesterday's drop in price. FLOW/USD rallied from its support level of $5.45 on Monday, to hit an intraday high of $5.91 earlier in today's session. This came as the floor within the 14-day RSI of 41.30 held firm, creating the foundation for bulls to re-enter the market today. Looking at the chart, this indicator now tracks at the 45.06 level, and comes as the moving averages o... read More



How To Invest In Flow Blockchain

    How To Invest In Flow Blockchain - in this article we will break down the flow blockchain for you and explain the flow blockchain in bigger detail. What is the Flow blockchain token? The flow was developed by Dapper Labs and launched in 2019. It is the same creator that also built CryptoKitties, which was the first game built on the Ethereum network. The main purpose of building this blockchain, according to the creators, was scaling without sharding. The flow blockchain token is used as the currency for the network and all its applications. Keep reading to know how Flow increased scalability and became a popular token! Is Flow Crypto a good investment? Here we'll help you decide if the flow is a good investment for you or not. In this article, we have covered the main differentiating factors between the Flow blockchain wallet and other blockchains. Selecting a token for investment is a difficult and time-consuming task, as it takes intense research and analysis before you put in your dollars! Even small pieces of information can collectively help you make well-informed decisions. Hence, you should always research well before investing. In July 2019, Dapper Labs, the creator of Flow blockchain, launched a joint venture with the NBA to create the NBA Top Shot. It is a platform based on a blockchain where fans can trade NFTs. In September 2021, Dapper Labs raised $250 million at a valuation of $7.6 billion! Apart from existing ones, new investors like Bond and the Government ... read More



Technical Analysis: Flow Moves Higher, as SHIB Climbs 12%

    Following a 12% decline yesterday, shiba inu (SHIB) rose by that same percentage today, as bulls once again boarded the rocket ship. This comes as prices of FLOW were also higher during the session. Biggest gainers Price movement in SHIB continues to be volatile, with the meme coin rising by as much as 60% in the last week. However, it was FLOW that secured the title bull of the day, as it rose by as much as 20% in today's session. FLOW/USD, which was trading at a low of $7.01 on Tuesday, climbed to an intraday high of $8.52 earlier today. This move saw FLOW once again hit its long-term resistance level of $8.25, a level which has been in place for the majority of this year so far. This recent surge led to price strength moving into overbought territory, with a current reading of 65, which is its highest level since August 29. With prices not only overbought but also trading at resistance, today's rise which currently stands at 17.87%, may be approaching its end. Biggest losers There seems to be a trend forming, where one day's biggest bull turns out to be the biggest bear the very next day. Following a 50% rise on Monday, SHIB fell by double digits yesterday, and now LEO has followed this pattern today. LEO/USD, which hit a high of $7.70 on Tuesday, fell to an intraday low of $6.68 during the course of today's session. The move appears to have begun at what appears to be a short-term ceiling of $7.66, and comes as price strength also reversed. After such a rapid rise... read More



Circle Integrates USDC on Dapper Labs' Flow

    Financial services company Circle, the issuer of USDC, has enabled support for the dollar-backed stablecoin on the Flow network, making it the eighth integration for the second-largest stablecoin on a blockchain network. USDC Now on Flow Network Circle announced the news of the USDC support on Flow via a press release on Monday (January 31, 2022). According to the statement, users of the Flow network would now be able to mint and redeem the stablecoin directly on the blockchain. Flow, launched by Dapper Labs, the creator of NFT collectibles Cryptokitties, is a fast, efficient, secure, and developer-friendly blockchain. Flow's multi-role architecture design enables the network to attain high performance at a low cost. Also, its ecosystem includes NBA Top Shot, Matrix World, BALLERZ, among others. The USDC support on Flow will enable users to make and receive payments with the dollar-backed stablecoin. Furthermore, integrating USDC into the Flow network will boost the consumer experience and facilitate the growth of the decentralized finance (DeFi) ecosystem. Dapper Labs initially partnered with Circle in September 2020 to include USDC as an additional payment and settlement method for applications built on the Flow blockchain. Meanwhile, the recent press release noted that the latest development is expanding the previous collaboration, which will also see developers utilize Circle's suite of developer application programming interfaces (APIs). Commenting on the USDC support on... read More



Circle Launches USDC on Flow Blockchain

    Circle, the operator of USDC, one of the biggest stablecoins by market cap, has launched USDC as a native asset on top of the Flow blockchain. Flow is a blockchain project made to host NFT and game-based initiatives, aiming for low fees and a high volume of transactions. With this launch, USDC aims to keep expanding its reach to more blockchains, with Flow being the eighth native blockchain where USDC resides. USDC on Flow Circle, one of the biggest payments companies in the U.S., has launched one of its prime products - USDC - on Flow, an NFT and Web3 oriented blockchain. Users of the Flow chain will now be able to mint and redeem USDC natively on the platform. This movement aims to make it easier for users of projects in Flow to transfer and leverage value across the decentralized apps (dapps) of the ecosystem. Jeremy Allaire, CEO of Circle, opined on the importance of Flow and its design, which is thought to be suitable for some new use cases looking for this kind of decentralized structure. In this regard, Allaire stated: Flow has emerged as the go-to destination for thriving communities of developers, artists, creators and brands building their own blockchain-based digital media and entertainment experiences. Allaire further explained that, in his view, this new alliance would facilitate payments and help traffic on the network thrive in new and existing projects. Flow, which is a chain launched by Dapper Labs, the creators of Cryptok... read More



Technical Analysis: Flow Climbs Close to 30% to Enter Top 50

    Flow is trading almost 30% higher on Saturday, as the majority of the crypto top 100 are in the green. Today's move sees flow also enter the top 50 cryptocurrencies by market cap. Biggest Gainers Following a bearish end to the working week, cryptocurrency markets are green across the board to start the weekend. Notable gainers included solana, which is up over 10%, whilst SAND is also trading higher, and is up almost 15% as of writing. However, the clear bull of the day is FLOW, which as of writing is up around 23%, hitting an intraday high of $6.62 in the process. The move began after FLOW/USD rallied from recent support of $4.50, where it last traded on Thursday, to now hitting an intraday high of $6.62 two days later. Saturday's surge saw flow move past aave, to become the #50 ranked cryptocurrency across the globe, by market cap. Looking at the chart, the RSI is tracking at 47, which is around its strongest point this year, whilst prices look to be at resistance of $6.48. Should price strength continue to surge, we could see FLOW/USD at $8.00 sooner than later. Biggest Losers As of writing, only two out of the top 100 cryptocurrencies are trading lower on Saturday, as yesterday's bears seem to be occupied this weekend. One of the bears that remained was LEO, which as of writing is trading around 1% lower, hitting an intraday low of $3.36 as a result. Looking at the chart below, today's decline has resulted in LEO/USD breaking below the 0.382 Fibonacci level, which h... read More



How Bitcoin Is Controlling The Ebb And Flow Of Crypto

    Latest data shows that so far in the year 2022, the rest of the crypto market has been moving in tandem with Bitcoin. Crypto Indexes Follow Bitcoin In January So Far As per the latest weekly report from Arcane Research, all the various indexes in the crypto market have mimicked BTC's movements so far in the month of January. The 'crypto indexes' here refer to groups of cryptocurrencies separated into these divisions on the basis of market cap. There are three main indexes, the 'large cap index,' the 'mid cap index,' and the 'small cap index.' The below chart shows how these various groups have performed compared to Bitcoin in the year 2022 so far: Looks like monthly performance of the mid cap index has been the best so far | Source: The Arcane Research Weekly Update - Week 2 As you can see in the above graph, the various crypto indexes seem to be moving in tandem with Bitcoin in the year so far. Related Reading | 70% Of Bitcoin Supply Is In Profit - Why Bulls Need To Defend This Level BTC's returns in January stand at double digits in the red at the moment, closely followed by the small cap index which also has 10% in losses. The large cap has also traced Bitcoin quite closely as its losses stand at 8% right now. The reason for its slight overperformance against BTC has been due to the strength of DOGE, NEAR, and ADA. While the mid cap index has also mimicked the moves made by BTC, its strength has been much more as its returns for the month are at just 2% in the red. R... read More



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