|All Time High:
|The price of #FRM today is $0.06 USD.
The lowest FRM price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.062, and the exact current price of one FRM crypto coin is $0.06243.
The all-time high FRM coin price was $1.12.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of FRM with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Ferrum Network crypto currency is #FRM.
Ferrum Network is 3.6 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Ferrum Network is $7,212,875.
Ferrum Network is ranked #681 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is medium today for #FRM.
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Ferrum Network is $105,532.
|The circulating supply of FRM is 115,531,410 coins, which is 35% of the total coin supply.
Ferrum Telegram AMA Recap
Nick Odio joined the Ferrum Telegram community for a jam packed AMA! Check out the recap here.. — In this exciting AMA recap, Nick Odio, Chief Growth Officer at Ferrum Network, joined the Ferrum Telegram community to discuss the company’s mission and future plans. Topics covered include Ferrum’s focus on interoperability, the concept of “Interoperability 2.0”, the challenges and solutions to achieving genuine interoperability, and the role of Ferrum Network in the DeFi space. Nick also addressed the role of the FRM token within the ecosystem, the inspiration behind the new tagline “Pioneering Interoperability 2.0: A New Era of Interconnected Blockchains,” and ways the community can participate in and contribute to Ferrum Network’s vision. Let’s go! Tom, [4/7/23 10:02 AM] Hi Nick, how are you today? 😄 Nick Odio | Chief Growth Officer @ Ferrum Network, [4/7/23 10:04 AM] Hey Ferrum Fam!! Hope everyone is doing great. I for one am feeling fantastic and am very excited to share some things about Ferrum today 🥳 Tom, [4/7/23 10:05 AM] Fantastic! 🔥 We’re happy to have you here, Let’s start with some initial questions! We have recently announced our new whitepaper, and Ferrum’s mission seems to be revolving around interoperability. How does Ferrum Network set itself apart from other projects focusing on interoperability within the blockchain industry? Nick Odio | Chief Growth Officer @ Ferrum N...
Monthly Development Report | March 2023
Summary - The Ferrum team were able to end Q1 of 2023 on a high with a few important milestones achieved. Starting off with MultiSwap, the team were able to successfully conduct Refinery and Ionic swaps and launch it for testing for alpha community. We were also able to complete our bridge integration milestone with Casper network and submit it for approval. The scope of work for Cudos integration was submitted for audit review while the team has been making good progress on enabling more networks for EVM to non-EVM swaps. For Mainnet, the focus was on converting the Ferrum network to a substrate parachain, we refactored our core logic to work as a substrate parachain, updated our testnet and all the EVM logic. The Ferrum testnet now runs as a parachain using our own testnet. — A Quick Summary of Dev WIP - Mainnet Development a. Quantum Portal Explorer DEV b. Quantum Portal Contracts and dApp Deployment READY FOR ALPHA, MultiSwap a. FIBER Engine Development ALPHA-PRIVATE i. FAC ALPHA-PRIVATE ii. Refinery Assets Swaps DEPLOYED iii. Ionic Asset Swaps4 DEPLOYED b. FIBER Router ALPHA-PRIVATE i. Development of Contracts that will serve as the primary routing mechanism for interactions with DEX Routers, Aggregator Routers, and Fund Manager PLANNED c. Fund Manager Development ALPHA-PRIVATE i. Liquidity Management (Add / Remove) ALPHA-PRIVATE ii. Configuration of Foundry Assets ALPHA-PRIVATE, Integration Milestones a. Caspe...
SushiSwap Becomes Ferrum’s Preferred Partner DEX on Arbitrum
After breaking into the Arbitrum Ecosystem, Ferrum and SushiSwap look to collaborate on multiple fronts!. — Dear Ferrum Fam, Ferrum recently announced that they have added FRM liquidity on Arbitrum. Ferrum has chosen SushiSwap as the DEX to host both FRM/ETH liquidity and FRM/cFRM liquidity. But why stop there? As anyone who is familiar with Ferrum knows, we try to add as much value to the types of platforms that we leverage. This article aims to explain some of the other ways that Ferrum and SushiSwap intend on working together. — FRM/ETH Becomes Next Onsen Pool on SushiSwap. — Onsen aims to bring new liquidity to SushiSwap, decrease slippage, expand their pool offerings, and foster exciting synergistic partnerships with other DeFi projects. Sushi’s core team decides which pools will be added to Onsen so we are beyond proud to say that Ferrum is the latest project that SushiSwap has agreed to partner with on this front. Essentially, folks who decide to add liquidity in the form of FRM/ETH and stake their LP tokens in the FRM/ETH Onsen pool will be able to generate additional SUSHI rewards on top of the standard transaction fees. — Ferrum to Conduct FRM Buybacks on SushiSwap. — As a thank you for graciously providing SUSHI rewards to liquidity providers, Ferrum will now be conducting our Bi-Monthly Buybacks of FRM on SushiSwap along with the FRM that we buy back for the Ferrum Employee Buybac...
Monthly Development Report | February 2023
We were able to make substantial progress with our first non-EVM integration to MultiSwap that is of Cudos Network.. — — Summary - We were able to make substantial progress with our first non-EVM integration to MultiSwap that is of Cudos Network. We conducted successful swaps through our MultiSwap UI and presented a successful demo to the Cudos team. Along with integrating our first non-EVM-Compatible network, we are also working on Node Infra updates and adding Refinery and Ionic asset swaps. Both of these functionalities are the focus of Q1 2023 for our MultiSwap and Integrations team. We are aiming to launch integrations of MultiSwap for a few more networks. Our mainnet work is picking up steam with multiple releases coming out every week and some exciting updates for node runners planned for Q1 2023. — A Quick Summary of Dev WIP - Mainnet Development a. Quantum Portal Explorer DEV b. Quantum Portal Contracts and dApp Deployment READY FOR ALPHA, MultiSwap a. FIBER Engine Development ALPHA-PRIVATE a.1 FAC ALPHA-PRIVATE a.2Refinery Assets Swaps DEV a.3 Ionic Asset SwapsDEV b. FIBER Router ALPHA-PRIVATE b.1 Development of Contracts that will serve as the primary routing mechanism for interactions with DEX Routers, Aggregator Routers, and Fund Manager PLANNED c. Fund Manager Development ALPHA-PRIVATE c.1 Liquidity Management (Add / Remove) ALPHA-PRIVATE c.2 Configuration of Foundry Assets ALPHA-PRIVATE, I...
Introducing The Merge: Setting Ferrum Network up For Success
Ferrum will be merging the supplies of FRMx and FRM in order to ensure the success and longevity of the Ferrum Network.. — A lot has changed by way of our ambitions since the days of providing solely Blockchain as a Service products and incubating projects through Ferrum Advisory Services. The team at Ferrum has been focusing their energy entirely on building out their interoperable L1 network. Since Ferrum is evolving from a dApp based project to a network that will service a multitude of dApps, it has become abundantly clear that the FRM and FRMx tokenomics need to evolve as well in order to support the success of the network. In this article, we’re going to be outlining Ferrum’s master plan for a FRMx/FRM merge, why this is in the best interest of the community and the future network, and the tokenomics and monetary policy that will support the Ferrum Network for years to come. — Understanding Why - — The Polkadot and Kusama Dilemma. — For a long time, we were quite certain that the 2 parachain approach was the way we were going to go. However, as time went on we started to realize that the 2 parachain approach was becoming less and less popular to newer projects building in the Dotsama ecosystem. We then asked ourselves, WHY have we been planning on opting for the 2 parachain approach ourselves? The two answers we kept coming back to were: All of the early parachain projects were doing it ...
Monthly Development Report | January 2023
Our mainnet work is picking up steam with multiple releases coming out every week and some exciting updates for node runners planned for Q1 2023.. — — Summary - We are excited to report that we have been able to integrate MultiSwap contracts with the first non-EVM-compatible network Cudos. This integration is still at the CLI level, and we are actively working on launching the swap capabilities through the MultiSwap UI for Cudos. Along with integrating our first non-EVM-Compatible network, we are also working on Node Infra updates and adding Refinery and Ionic asset swaps. Both of these functionalities are the focus of Q1 2023 for our MultiSwap and Integrations team. We are aiming to launch integrations of MultiSwap for a few more networks. Our mainnet work is picking up steam with multiple releases coming out every week and some exciting updates for node runners planned for Q1 2023. — A Quick Summary of Dev WIP - Mainnet Development a. Quantum Portal Explorer DEV b. Quantum Portal Contracts and dApp Deployment READY FOR ALPHA c. Deployment of Ferrum Virtual Machine (Runtime, QP Node) on multiple nodes DONE d. Connecting and interacting with those nodes through wallets such as MetaMask DONE, MultiSwap a. FIBER Engine Development ALPHA-PRIVATE a.1 FAC ALPHA-PRIVATE a.2 RIAC, and ABQC checks DEV b. FIBER Router ALPHA-PRIVATE b.1 Development of Contracts that will serve as the primary routing mechanism for ...
Ferrum Network’s AMA Recap with DeFiRaccoons
For those who missed the AMA, more information about Ferrum Network and our development updates can be found below.. — Ferrum Network recently held an AMA with DeFiRaccoons on their Telegram channel, providing valuable insights into the development updates and future plans for the project. The discussion covered a wide range of topics, including the launch of MultiSwap. The AMA provided a deeper understanding of the capabilities and potential of Ferrum Network. For those who missed the AMA, more information about Ferrum and our development updates can be found below. — AMA Recap - SkinnyG | DeFiRaccoons: Hope you are all ready #raccoonfam! Today we’re having another educational AMA with Ian Friend from Ferrum Network! As you know there will be 2 parts, the muted part where me and Ian will be talking about Ferrum Network in general aswell as the latest news and updates! Then we’ll unmute and have the community ask questions and some winners will be chosen. We’ll also choose some twitter questions while we’re at it. A total prizepool of $100 (2 live chat and 2 twitter qs will be winning $25 each). So Ian, without further ado, can you please briefly tell us who you are and what your role at Ferrum Network entails? Ian Friend | Ferrum Network: Absolutely! So my name is Ian Friend and I am the Co-Founder and COO of Ferrum Network. As a non-developer, my role is largely focused on operations, marketing, busi...
Monthly Development Report | December 2022
In this December 2022 update, we are excited to share that we have launched the MultiSwap Private Alpha, completed the Algorand Integration, and launched our first staking pool on Algorand for a client.. — — Summary - In this December 2022 update, we are excited to share that we have launched the MultiSwap Private Alpha, Completed the Algorand Integration, and launched our first staking pool on Algorand for a client. We will share a year-in-review update in greater detail regarding our 2022 development track and plans for 2023. Currently, our focus is on refining the MultiSwap Private Alpha through the feedback received and launching Refinery and Ionic assets swaps as well as security enhancements for MultiSwap. To better understand our progress for the last quarter of 2022, I highly recommend reviewing our October 2022 Dev Update first. Monthly Development Report | October 2022 — A Quick Summary of Dev WIP - Mainnet Development a) Quantum Portal Explorer DEV b) Quantum Portal Contracts and dApp Deployment READY FOR ALPHA c) Deployment of Ferrum Virtual Machine (Runtime, QP Node) on multiple nodes IN QA d) Connecting and interacting with those nodes through wallets such as MetaMask IN QA, MultiSwap a) FIBER Engine Development ALPHA-PRIVATE — FAC ALPHA-PRIVATE — RIAC, and ABQC checks DEV b) FIBER Router ALPHA-PRIVATE — Development of Contracts that will serve as the primary routing mechanism for i...
Insights from the Trends in Blockchain for 2023 Survey: A Data Study of the Crypto Space
In order to get a better understanding of the current state of the industry, we conducted a survey to gather insights from participants about their involvement in and views on Web3.. — As the crypto space continues to evolve and grow, it is essential to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments. In order to get a better understanding of the current state of the industry, we conducted a survey to gather insights from participants about their involvement in and views on Web3. The results of this survey provide valuable information on the platforms and sources used to stay informed, factors influencing investment decisions, and the preferred methods of buying and selling tokens and coins.* By analyzing this data, we aim to gain a better understanding of the current trends in the blockchain and how they may shape the future of blockchain technology. — How long have you been involved in the crypto space? - Based on the results of our survey, it seems that the majority of respondents have been involved in Web3 for at least a couple of years, with about 45% having 2–5 years of experience and 22% having more than 5 years of experience. This suggests that decentralized technologies have a significant number of seasoned participants who have been around for a while and have a good understanding of how things work. It’s also worth noting that there is a significant portion of newer participants, with 6.3% h...
Join Ferrum Network’s Survey on Blockchain Trends for 2023 and Win cFRM Tokens!
Ferrum Network is conducting research on “Trends in Blockchain for 2023” and we need your help! Dear Ferrum Community, As the blockchain industry continues to evolve and grow, it is important for us to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments. That is why Ferrum Network is conducting a survey on “Trends in Blockchain for 2023” to gain valuable insight and perspective from our community members. By participating in our survey, you will have the opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions on the future of blockchain. Your responses will help us understand the industry's current state and what we can expect to see in the coming year. Not only is it important for us to conduct research like this to stay informed, but it is also crucial for the growth and success of the blockchain industry as a whole. By understanding the trends and developments shaping blockchain's future, we can better position ourselves to take advantage of new opportunities and overcome challenges. We value the insights and perspectives of our community members, which is why we are offering $20 worth of cFRM tokens to the 5 best responses. So if you want to have your voice heard and potentially earn some cFRM tokens, be sure to take the survey now! Participate in Ferrum’s “Trends in Blockchain for 2023” Research! Thank you for your support and participation. Together, we can help shape the future of the blockchain indus...
More Ferrum Network (#FRM) News
|Ferrum Network integrating Matter Labs' zkSync into its ecosystem,...
Ferrum Network, a cross-blockchain service company & ecosystem, has now announced it will integrate the zkSync layer-2 scaling solution into its suite of products. This synergy comes following Ferrum's participation in the Series B round for Matter Labs, creator of zkSync.
zkSync is a user-centric zero-knowledge (ZK)-rollup platform for Ethereum and is live on the mainnet.
Recent funding into layer-2 scaling provider Matter Labs came from Ferrum Network's investment arm, Ferrum Ventures. Matter Labs and their ZK-rollup system — zkSync — will now be integrated into Ferrum Network's products and ecosystem.
Matter Labs / zkSync
Matter Labs is a pioneer of zero-knowledge rollups. The organization launched the first-ever public ZK-rollup prototype in early 2019, was the first to implement recursive ZK proofs on Ethereum, and created the world’s first practical FPGA-based hardware for ZKP acceleration in 2020.
Recently, Matter Labs announced the first EVM-compatible ZK-rollup on Ethereum’s public testnet, allowing developers to deploy existing Solidity applications to a highly scalable, low-cost environment without sacrificing the security or decentralization provided by Ethereum.
“When you really think about it, most of us in this space are here because of Ethereum. Ferrum’s mission has always been to breakdown barriers to mass adoption… and scaling Ethereum is one of the most important milestones in doing so. I...