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FUSE

Fuse Network Token  

#FUSE

FUSE Price:
$0.07
Volume:
$898.2 K
All Time High:
$2.58
Market Cap:
$17.4 M


Circulating Supply:
246,836,915
Exchanges:
11
Total Supply:
323,600,000
Markets:
21
Max Supply:
Pairs:
10



  FUSE PRICE


The price of #FUSE today is $0.07 USD.

The lowest FUSE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.070, and the exact current price of one FUSE crypto coin is $0.07041.

The all-time high FUSE coin price was $2.58.

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


  FUSE OVERVIEW


The code for Fuse Network Token crypto currency is #FUSE.

Fuse Network Token is 3.6 years old.


  FUSE MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Fuse Network Token is $17,380,397.

Fuse Network Token is ranked #571 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  FUSE VOLUME


The trading volume is medium today for #FUSE.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Fuse Network Token is $898,203.


  FUSE SUPPLY


The circulating supply of FUSE is 246,836,915 coins, which is 76% of the total coin supply.


  FUSE BLOCKCHAIN


FUSE is the native coin for the Fuse blockchain.

View the full list of Fuse blockchain tokens, and has digital contracts with 5 other blockchains.

See list of the FUSE Blockchain contracts with 6 different blockchains.


  FUSE EXCHANGES


FUSE is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  FUSE RESOURCES


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  FUSE DEVELOPER NEWS



User-Friendly Mobile Wallet Frontier Adds Fuse Support

The Frontier mobile crypto wallet has integrated Fuse Network. Users can now hold, send and receive FUSE and ERC20 tokens on Fuse, interact with Fuse dApps via WalletConnect and bridge assets to and from Fuse thanks to the in-app access to Rango exchange. Blockchains bring users a lot of new opportunities in the world of payments, finance and other use cases. However, few non-crypto-savvy users are likely to be motivated to explore the crypto space on their own, especially given that it is increasingly partitioned among multiple blockchains. This is where applications that provide people with intuitive, easy-to-use gateways to crypto on multiple chains play a major role, especially those that focus on mobile. Hence, we are happy to share the news about our recent integration with Frontier Wallet. — User-Friendly Non-Custodial Wallet - Frontier is a non-custodial crypto, DeFi, and NFT wallet that boasts over 4,000 assets available for users to interact with on multiple supported chains, including both EVM and non-EVM networks. Users can exchange, buy, and stake tokens within their Frontier wallet. In addition, the wallet offers access to DeFi with several directly integrated dApps, allowing further access to web3. Frontier also supports in-app staking on several blockchains and platforms. Frontier also gives users in-app access to cross-chain bridging and swaps through integrations with LI.FI, Rango Exchange and DeBridge...




DIA Deploys Randomness Oracle on Fuse

DIA has deployed its random number generation oracle on Fuse Network. This allows developers on Fuse to build a variety of decentralised applications including NFT launches, raffles, prediction markets and many more. Back in February, Fuse partnered with major oracle provider DIA to bring DIA oracle-powered price feeds to the Fuse Network blockchain. Those price feeds made it possible to enhance the functioning of lending networks on Fuse at the time and this functionality is still available for any Fuse project that requires on-chain asset and NFT pricing data. Today, we are excited to announce an important next step in our collaboration: the deployment of its randomness oracle on Fuse. — Distributed On-Chain Randomness. — Although there exist computational approaches making it possible for computers to simulate generation of random numbers, their use by a blockchain virtual machine like the Fuse VM is too computationally costly. Thus, if certain smart contracts need random or quasi-random numbers, those need to be supplied to them by data sources external to the blockchain itself via oracle smart contracts. Other approaches to creating pseudo-random numbers on-chain like using the hash of the last block are potentially vulnerable to malicious behavior by blockchain validators and other third parties. — DIA’s Randomness Oracle now on Fuse. — DIA, in close collaboration with drand, provides a dis...




FUSE Now Listed on Swapspace Swapping Platform

Cryptocurrency exchange aggregator Swapspace has listed FUSE on Fuse Network, Ethereum and BNB Chain enabling it to be swapped for the wide range of other crypto assets supported. Recently, we have announced the listing of the FUSE token on the Swapzone exchange aggregator. Today, we are happy to announce that the accessibility of the token continues to increase with its support on the Swapspace platform. Swapspace is a cryptocurrency exchange aggregator and fiat-to-crypto on-ramp aiming to make it as easy as possible for users to swap and acquire crypto. Under the hood, Swapspace aggregates the offers from cryptocurrency exchange services, including ChangeNOW, StealthEX, LetsExchange, and so on. The platform powers swaps among more than 1850 assets. Trades conducted via Swapspace are non-custodial thanks to which users never relinquish control of their funds. Before completing the trade, the user provides the address they want to receive the purchased token on and send the required amount of the token they sell to the address indicated by Swapspace. There is also no obligatory registration procedure for conducting swaps. Users do not need to create accounts or provide any personal information. For trading convenience, Swapspace offers both fixed and floating exchange rates between swapped assets. The platform also does not levy any fees in excess of those required by the exchange service that executes the swap. The fee pai...




Streamline Your Swapping Using Swidge DEX and Bridge Aggregator Now Supporting Fuse

Retail user-focused DEX and bridge aggregator Swidge has added support for Fuse Network. Fuse users can now make on-chain and cross-chain asset swaps using Swidge’s simple-to-use interface and benefit from the platform’s streamlined and low-cost routing functionality. One of the pillars of Fuse’s vision is our strong belief in a multichain future with robust interoperability. In line with this conviction, one of the focus areas of the Fuse team this year has been securing integrations with various platforms connecting the Fuse Network blockchain to other chains. One important type of such platforms are decentralized exchange (DEX) and cross-chain bridge aggregators that enable users to smoothly swap an asset on Fuse Network for the same or another asset on another chain and vice versa. Today, we are happy to announce the integration with Swidge, a DEX and bridge aggregator with a specific focus on retail users. — A retail user-centric DEX and Bridge aggregator. — Much like Fuse, Swidge wants to contribute to creating a future where DeFi is the norm for all. It currently does this by offering user experience-centric solutions for users swapping assets. Swidge lets you exchange any asset for any asset, regardless of whether the two assets are on the same chain. Most importantly, only one confirmation is required from the user, regardless of how many pathways the trade has. Swidge’s algorithm is what makes...




Fuse Completes Token Swap with Peepl

Recently, we published a report on the exciting progress being made by one of Fuse’s biggest ecosystem projects Peepl, as well as by companies that are extending its own ecosystem by building on top of its tech stack. To recap, Peepl is building a platform to inspire a circular economy movement and enable consumers and locally focussed businesses & organisations to benefit from the opportunities it creates without having to depend on large extractive intermediaries like Deliveroo, Uber and Airbnb. Peepl’s tech stack relies on the Fuse Network blockchain and enables Peepl itself and companies like Shocal, Vegi, Yourgaff and The Guide to directly connect local businesses and consumers. Using smart contracts to generate and retain wealth within local economies. The Peepl platform will be powered by its native token PPL that will, among other things, be used to reward consumers for purchasing within the project’s ecosystem. We are delighted to announce that, in a major new step for our fruitful collaboration, the Fuse Foundation has completed a token swap with Peepl. According to the terms of the token swap, Fuse will be entitled to 1% of the PPL token supply once the token has been emitted. In exchange, Peepl has received 750,000 FUSE tokens. Out of these, 250,000 have been unlocked immediately, while the remaining 500,000 will be vested over a 4-year period. More specifically, those tokens have been delegated to the...




AscendEX Enables FUSE Deposits and Withdrawals Natively on Fuse Network

AscendEX has activated support for the Fuse RPC, enabling FUSE deposits and withdrawals on the Fuse Network blockchain. FUSE is the native token of the Fuse platform. It is necessary for paying transaction fees on the platform. To increase adoption of the Fuse tech stack and the products built on Fuse, it is important to ensure that users can easily buy and sell FUSE without passing via another blockchain. One of the means for achieving this goal is getting FUSE deposits and withdrawals on the Fuse Network blockchain supported natively by major centralized crypto exchanges (CEX’s). That is why, we are excited to announce that leading CEX AscendEX has activated FUSE deposits and withdrawals on Fuse Network. Reputable centralized crypto exchange AscendEX initially listed the FUSE token in March this year, with deposits and withdrawals initially available on BNB Chain. Trading has since been active on the FUSE-USDT pair. Now, AscendEX has activated the support for the Fuse remote procedure call (RPC) module. This means that users can now deposit their FUSE tokens to and withdraw them from AscendEX natively on Fuse Network. This will make it easier for projects and users to acquire FUSE tokens and start exploring the opportunities available on Fuse directly instead of having to first bridge FUSE to Fuse Network. Follow our social media channels to stay updated on recent news and developments at Telegram, Twitter, Discord, Lin...




Seamlessly Launch Your dApp on Fuse and Integrate Multiple Handy Features via Etherspot

App developer-oriented multichain infrastructure provider Etherspot has made its platform and SDK available for projects in the Fuse ecosystem. Since its inception three years ago, Fuse has been relentlessly focused on promoting mass adoption of crypto-powered payments and related functionalities. One of the most important ways this can be achieved is through infrastructure that makes it easy for developers (especially those without extensive blockchain background) to easily connect their products to the blockchain via API’s and SDK’s. Today marks the arrival of a prominent provider of such infrastructure to the Fuse platform and ecosystem — the Etherspot project. — A multichain infrastructure for dApps. — Etherspot is a ConsenSys Diligence audited, EVM-based, multi-chain crypto infrastructure platform that seeks to smooth dApp development, including its cross-chain aspect. It is the software as a service arm of the Pillar wallet project. In addition to Fuse Network that they have now integrated, Etherspot supports a range of major blockchains, including Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Chain Fantom, Avalanche, as well as Arbitrum and Optimism layer-2 protocols. Etherspot gives dApp developers access to all these chains via its unified API. Primarily intended for developers, Etherspot aims to streamline dApp building and let project teams focus entirely on their product. It does this by optimizing common use ca...




A Few Behemoths Control Food Delivery — Peepl Will Change That

A Few Behemoths Control Food Delivery — Peepl Will Change That - Peepl Give Local Businesses a Chance to Fight Back Hungry for real-world use cases and applications of blockchain technology? In our last ecosystem project progress updates post we brought the latest on GoodDollar, and today we’re talking about Peepl. Peepl uses Fuse to empower communities and create stronger local economies. Read on to find out more. It’s officially “in it for the tech” season, which suits us well as we’re here for the tech, the real-world use cases, and the long-term impact! Let’s have a deep dive into how Peepl is using our blockchain system to support real-world blockchain applications. In our ecosystem crypto isn’t just a speculative digital asset. We are working to improve the way we make financial transactions and do business with each other. We’re probably preaching to the choir here. Chances are you’re already familiar with digital money, smart contracts, and decentralized finance. But in order to gain mass adoption, crypto needs to be easily accessible in the real world. Until your parents can use blockchain without even knowing they’re using blockchain, we haven’t made it yet. Peepl is doing just that, so if you’re in it for the tech, the freedom, maybe even for the revolution, then you’re in the right place. — Work-to-Earn or Work-to-Make-The-Rich-Richer?. — It doesn’t take an econom...




Fuse Moves to Boost Security on the Platform through Oddin Integration

Innovative security and insurance provider Oddin has partnered with Fuse. The first step of the collaboration involved integrating Oddin’s security technology into the Fuse multichain bridge on Voltage Finance. While the core blockchain technology itself has been a major cryptography-based breakthrough enabling robust distributed systems and has proven itself to be highly resistant to attacks, applications built on top of it have not yet achieved the same level of robustness. This has led to numerous costly hacks across the crypto space. One type of decentralized applications (dApps) that has proven to be particularly vulnerable is cross-chain bridges. While we strongly believe that dApps, including decentralized cross-chain bridges, will eventually mature enough to make major hacks and exploits a rarity, in the current conditions, some dApps and their users may benefit significantly from incorporating automated tools that protect them from malicious uses of the protocol. Using data to protect crypto users Developed by a team of seasoned IT security and distributed systems professionals, Oddin is an innovative security and insurance platform striving to protect and insure crypto wallets against losses resulting from malicious behaviour. At bottom, Oddin’s transaction monitoring functionality is powered by a network of independent oracles that provide information about wallets that is collected from a variety of sources. ...




10 Reasons to Build Web3 Apps on Fuse Network

There are a lot of choices when you’re developing and building dApps, but there are some key reasons to include Fuse Network in your thought process. The blockchain ecosystem is fast, scalable, respects privacy, and, most importantly, provides a host of out-the-box solutions to enable dApps to scale. With so many choices for dApp developers on offer, it can sometimes be challenging to make a decision. While some offer solid marketing and developer support, others provide exorbitant grants and access to tech. Ideally, developers look for the best fit, support, and route to market. — What is Fuse Network?. — Fuse Network is the decentralized Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible layer-1 public blockchain that powers the Fuse platform and ecosystem. It is fully compatible with Ethereum, meaning that Ethereum smart contracts can be deployed there and run on top of the Fuse Network. Any dApp built on an EVM-compatible blockchain such as Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, and more can launch on Fuse very quickly. Fuse Network’s framework allows organizations to focus on reaching and scaling their customers while spending less time and energy on IT. The network is an adapted design allowing for easy and low-cost transactions, a more efficient alternative to traditional cash or cashless payments. Fuse represents a solid choice for dApp developers looking to build DeFi, Play-2-Earn gaming, utility, social and NFT dAp...




  FUSE NEWS


Fuse Network to Launch ZK-Powered Layer-2 Using Polygon CDK

    [PRESS RELEASE - Tel Aviv, Israel, December 18th, 2023] In a groundbreaking collaboration, Fuse Network, a leading Layer-1 blockchain player specializing in scaling Web3 payments, has teamed up with Polygon Labs, a globally acclaimed blockchain technology firm. Fuse embarks on an ambitious journey to create an innovative Ethereum-based Zero Knowledge (ZK) Layer-2 (L2) network, utilizing the formidable capabilities of the Polygon Chain Development Kit (CDK). The ZK-powered Layer-2 network will become Fuse’s new native platform, providing users and developers access to the world's most prominent blockchain ecosystems. Fuse’s native utility token, FUSE, will be the designated token for covering gas fees on this network. Driven by its scalability enhancements for Ethereum, unparalleled customization capabilities, privacy options, compliance-friendly architecture, and robust support for the Web3 ecosystem, Polygon CDK is the ideal choice for Fuse, poised to become a significant catalyst for businesses embracing blockchain. Mark Smargon, CEO of Fuse Network, underscores the significance of this initiative, stating, 'At Fuse, we're pioneering the future of Web3 payments by building an ecosystem that prioritizes the needs of our users and partners. Our vision includes very low transaction costs, instant clearing and finality, high throughput, and a decentralized validator set. In our quest to achieve these goals, we've conducted extensive research and found that using Po... read More



Fuse Network welcomes Liquify as new blockchain infrastructure partner

    Today, Fuse Network, an enterprise-grade, use-case agnostic, decentralized EVM-compatible public blockchain, announced Liquify as its newest remote procedure call (RPC) provider and ecosystem partner. Liquify will provide public RPC services – both free and private. RPC nodes help process requests from decentralized applications (dApps). They are vital for improving the usability of web3 and for Fuse Network to offer superior infrastructure and scale. Offering dApp projects in the Fuse ecosystem with secure and robust RPC infrastructure is critical. Liquify is a blockchain solutions provider with co-located tier-3 data centers boasting bare metal servers with a guaranteed uptime of 99.95%. Bare metal servers typically come with higher uptime guarantees, essential for RPC nodes to maintain network connectivity and availability for processing requests. Important Points Chainstack will retract its services starting October 5th, 2023. The information available for switching to Liquify RPC is available here. Liquify has bare metal servers in the US, Europe, & Asia that support over 50+ chains. Liquify has been running a validator node with 100% uptime since 2020. The Liquify team brings years of experience in DevOps, security, automation, and global infrastructure setup, focusing on the quality of service and decentralization. Bare metal servers in the US, Europe, and Asia and supports over 50+ chains, including Fuse, Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Solana. Fuse is desi... read More



Fuse Network welcomes Liquify as new blockchain infrastructure partner

    Today, Fuse Network, an enterprise-grade, use-case agnostic, decentralized EVM-compatible public blockchain, announced Liquify as its newest remote procedure call (RPC) provider and ecosystem partner. Liquify will provide public RPC services – both free and private. RPC nodes help process requests from decentralized applications (dApps). They are vital for improving the usability of web3 and for Fuse Network to offer superior infrastructure and scale. Offering dApp projects in the Fuse ecosystem with secure and robust RPC infrastructure is critical. Liquify is a blockchain solutions provider with co-located tier-3 data centers boasting bare metal servers with a guaranteed uptime of 99.95%. Bare metal servers typically come with higher uptime guarantees, essential for RPC nodes to maintain network connectivity and availability for processing requests. Important Points Chainstack will retract its services starting October 5th, 2023. The information available for switching to Liquify RPC is available here. Liquify has bare metal servers in the US, Europe, & Asia that support over 50+ chains. Liquify has been running a validator node with 100% uptime since 2020. The Liquify team brings years of experience in DevOps, security, automation, and global infrastructure setup, focusing on the quality of service and decentralization. Bare metal servers in the US, Europe, and Asia and supports over 50+ chains, including Fuse, Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Solana. Fuse is desi... read More



Fuse Network welcomes Liquify as new blockchain infrastructure partner

    Today, Fuse Network, an enterprise-grade, use-case agnostic, decentralized EVM-compatible public blockchain, announced Liquify as its newest remote procedure call (RPC) provider and ecosystem partner. Liquify will provide public RPC services – both free and private. RPC nodes help process requests from decentralized applications (dApps). They are vital for improving the usability of web3 and for Fuse Network to offer superior infrastructure and scale. Offering dApp projects in the Fuse ecosystem with secure and robust RPC infrastructure is critical. Liquify is a blockchain solutions provider with co-located tier-3 data centers boasting bare metal servers with a guaranteed uptime of 99.95%. Bare metal servers typically come with higher uptime guarantees, essential for RPC nodes to maintain network connectivity and availability for processing requests. Important Points Chainstack will retract its services starting October 5th, 2023. The information available for switching to Liquify RPC is available here. Liquify has bare metal servers in the US, Europe, & Asia that support over 50+ chains. Liquify has been running a validator node with 100% uptime since 2020. The Liquify team brings years of experience in DevOps, security, automation, and global infrastructure setup, focusing on the quality of service and decentralization. Bare metal servers in the US, Europe, and Asia and supports over 50+ chains, including Fuse, Ethereum, BNB Chain, and Solana. Fuse is desi... read More



'The Future of Digital Payments Lies in Web3 Payment Services' Says Robe...

    Despite not being mainstream payment solutions yet, cryptocurrency-based payments (also known as Web3 payments) already bring benefits such as lower transaction fees, Robert Miller, the vice president of growth at Fuse, a layer 1, EVM-compatible blockchain for launching dapps, has asserted. For merchants, Web3 payments come with the added benefit of what Miller called protection from 'fraudulent chargebacks.'Crypto Payments Trump Traditional Payment Methods To back his assertions, Miller claimed many of the merchants that are presently experimenting with or encouraging their customers to use Web3 payments are doing so because they are seeking a better deal than what they are getting from traditional payment providers. Miller, however, conceded that Web3 payments are still at their infancy stages and as such they come with certain limitations which hinder their adoption. In his written responses to questions from Bitcoin.com News, Miller also highlighted the security challenges that users of Web3 payment methods must expect. In addition, the Fuse senior executive also reiterated the argument that self custody of private keys is the most ideal and safe method of storing one's digital assets. Bitcoin.com News (BCN): What are Web3 payments and why should online merchants care about Web3 payments at all?Robert Miller (RM): Web3 payments refer to payments made using cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. Online merchants should care about Web3 payments because they offer sever... read More



Attackers Steal $80 Million From Rari Capital's Fuse Platform, Fei...

    According to a report from the blockchain company Blocsec, Rari Capital's Fuse platform has lost roughly $80 million from a 'reentrancy vulnerability.' On Saturday, Fei Protocol's official Twitter account confirmed it lost funds from the Rari Fuse platform exploit.$80 Million Swiped from Rari Capital Another decentralized finance (defi) protocol attacker has managed to siphon millions of dollars worth of crypto from a defi project. On Saturday, the blockchain and smart contract audit firm Blocsec revealed Rari Capital's Fuse platform suffered a loss of $80 million. 'Our monitoring system detected that multiple pools related to [Rari Capital] and [Fei Protocol] were attacked, and lost more than 80M US dollars,' Blocsec tweeted. 'The root cause is due to a typical reentrancy vulnerability.' Blocsec also shared a picture of the exploit and said: 'One picture worth a thousand words.' This is not the first time Rari Capital has been attacked. The project revealed on May 8, 2021, that $11 million worth of ethereum was stolen. 'These funds were extracted from Rari Capital's Ethereum Pool before the attacker was stopped when the contracts were paused,' Rari said at the time. 'This loss equates to 60% of all users' funds in the Rari Capital Ethereum Pool.' The attack on Saturday was also confirmed by Fei Protocol's official Twitter account. Fei Protocol also offered the attacker a bounty to return the stolen funds. 'We are aware of an exploit on various Rari Fuse pools. We have id... read More



Fuse Gets Added By Sushi, A Top Cross-Chain DeFi Platform

    When it comes to projects in the DeFi space, establishing key partnerships is paramount if long-term success is to be ensured. In such a volatile and unpredictable market and industry, one can never be too careful and that is exactly why the Sushi protocol has now been deployed on Fuse Network after the platform added the blockchain to its list of supported chains. For those who may be unaware, Fuse's mission is to make cryptocurrency payments and DeFi options available to the public by drastically simplifying access via mobile-centric user-friendly solutions. In order to successfully reach its aims, Fuse, therefore, depends on a quick and relatively low-fee blockchain and so the Layer-1 EVM compatible Fuse Network is utilized alongside the mobile-centric infrastructure for the purposes of consumers and businesses alike. In such a fast-paced and unpredictable sector, this kind of technology is often needed. Why pick Sushi? Sushi is one of the top cross-chain decentralized finance protocols and platforms in the entire world and it is hence highly sought after by all kinds of projects. SushiSwap, the AMM (Automated Market Maker) DEX protocol, the BentoBox decentralized applications ecosystem, the staking platform xSUSHI, the Kashi lending protocol, the Miso IDO platform, and the Shyu NFT marketplace all comprise the leading multi-chain community-oriented decentralized finance platform. Specifically, the SushiSwap decentralized exchange is one of the biggest decentralized exchan... read More



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