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Glitch Protocol  


GLCH Price:
$127.4 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$6.7 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #GLCH today is $0.08 USD.

The lowest GLCH price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.082, and the exact current price of one GLCH crypto coin is $0.08199.

The all-time high GLCH coin price was $3.40.

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


The code for Glitch Protocol crypto currency is #GLCH.

Glitch Protocol is 2 years old.


The current market capitalization for Glitch Protocol is $6,682,356.

Glitch Protocol is ranked #625 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a medium daily trading volume on #GLCH.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Glitch Protocol is $127,422.


The circulating supply of GLCH is 81,506,910 coins, which is 92% of the total coin supply.


GLCH is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 2 other blockchains.

See list of the GLCH Blockchain contracts with 3 different blockchains.


GLCH has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.

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



The Future Is Now: A Look At What’s Ahead in 2023

The Future is Now: A Look at What’s Ahead in 2023 - A January 2023 newsletter and a look into the future of Glitch Protocol GM, and welcome to 2023, Glitchers! As we turn the page on another year, we can’t help but feel grateful for your support and excited for what’s to come as the team pushes forward to develop the mainnet. We’re kicking off the new year with a bang on the latest technology updates and marketing efforts to keep you informed. We’re confident that 2023 will be a massive year for Glitch, and we can’t wait to see what we’ll achieve together. Keep reading to the end because we have a special section discussing this year’s goals. Let’s dive in. — January Newsletter — December Updates - — GLITCH Developer Documentation. — Last month, the team released critical developer documentation allowing dApp and smart contract developers to understand how to start building on GLITCH and create quality applications. The GLITCH documentation is typically for technical developers, and while users who are not technical may not fully understand the documentation, they can still gain valuable insights from reviewing it. Benefits of documentation to developers: Help developers understand the capabilities and limitations of GLITCH, including how to build on it., Help developers understand the technical architecture of GLITCH and how it is designed to work., Deploy reliable applications...

Importance of Decentralized Smart Contracts and Self-Custody

A dive into the collapse of FTX and CEXs, the importance of self-custody, and how Glitch aims to fit into the equation. In the wake of the collapse of blockchain platform Terra Luna and CeFi giants FTX, Celsius, BlockFi, and Voyager, the aftershocks continue to be felt throughout the crypto industry. Contagion from the Terra collapse continues to rear its head, and the full extent of the damage is still unknown. User confidence in centralized platforms has been unmistakably shaken, and a mass exodus into decentralized protocols has ensued as holders look to secure their assets through self-custody. The rise of CeFi and CEXs has undoubtedly enabled millions of users to access cryptocurrency with the promise of a safe and simple user experience, and those promises fool many. Despite the image that FTX had indeed brought cryptocurrency mainstream by dabbling in the practices of major TradFi institutions (think sports stadium sponsorship and big-billing athlete influencers), FTX rocked the industry with its sudden fall from grace. Poor risk management and questionable practices led to a string of “lights off” events; liquidity crises, bank runs, cascading liquidations, death spirals, and insolvencies, ultimately leaving users and investors unable to make withdrawals and left to pick up the bill. — Not Your Keys, Not Your Crypto - To truly own your digital assets, you must own your cryptographic keys. This is not how ce...

Monthly Update — December 2022

Monthly Update — December 2022 - ’Tis the season for a Merry Glitchmas! There’s a lot in store, including new technology progress, a behind-the-scenes peek of the developer documentation, a mention of the GEX, and a glimpse into the month and year ahead. As we enter the final month of 2022, we’re committed to continue building an impactful layer-one blockchain. Thank you to our dedicated community members who have shown their continued support. Let’s dive in. — November Recap - — EVM Development Guide & Contract Functionality. — GLITCH can now support EVM contracts, and we have released the EVM Developer Document. Smart contract developers (at any skill level) can learn how to use Remix to launch an EVM-compatible contract. We’re finalizing the GLITCH blockchain core functional requirements, which is critical documentation for Glitch developers. — New Technology Updates - — Mainnet Native GLCH Bridge. — Our team’s highest priority is to build the native GLCH bridge so that the community can swap their GLCH tokens from ERC-20 and BEP-20 to the GRC-20 standard. Development is now at 90% completion. Functional testing has begun and continues into next week, followed by QA and regression tests on test cases by month’s end. We also shared the migration process and front-end bridge designs, viewable here. — GLITCH Developer Documentation. — Following the EVM...

Monthly Update — November 2022

Monthly Update — November 2022 - November has arrived. Last month saw the completion of Phase III: Von Hayek and the launch of Phase IV: Bellerophon. With the new phase in full swing, the first deliverable on the roadmap breakdown is complete. Progress is ongoing in developing the native GLCH bridge and migration process and the revenue-sharing MVP. We’ve had a month jam-packed with updates, and we’re working on delivering the core protocol functionalities. There’s plenty to discuss. Let’s begin. — October Recap - Glitch GitHub: GLITCH’s public GitHub is now available to access. The GitHub showcases a snapshot of the one that the team uses internally. The team plans to add new commits frequently after proper testing and code reviews. — Technology Infrastructure. — Mainnet: 10 external validators can now verify blocks on the GLITCH mainnet. Are you interested in becoming a mainnet validator? Learn how to get started by viewing the Mainnet Validator program. Testing: Performance testing is in progress using an internally built tool that’ll go beyond simple QA and into more complex internal backend stress testing. Regarding Kurtosis stress testing, the technical development team found that the initial stress testing for this phase could progress using an internally built tool. The team would best leverage integration of the Kurtosis framework in the future as the protocol complexity increase...

Glitch Finance Announces EVM Developer Document & Smart Contract Functionality

Glitch Finance is delighted to announce that the initial functionality to run an EVM contract on the mainnet is available to developers. The EVM Developer Document is also now accessible to facilitate the deployment of EVM-compatible smart contracts.The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step. — Lao Tzu — What benefits does EVM developer documentation provide to the GLITCH mainnet and developers? - Smart contract developers (at any skill level) can learn how to use Remix to launch an EVM-compatible contract., Developers may utilize the documentation to publish the first iteration of their EVM smart contract., In addition, the documentation assists developers in understanding the GLITCH code. It will support them in the future in maintaining and updating their decentralized applications (dApps) and the EVM smart contract that operates it., *Note that only the EVM functionality is available now; Substrate mainnet contracts will be available in future network protocol upgrades. Complete blockchain core functional requirements/tech docs are being compiled now to be published in the near term. — How to Deploy an ERC-20 Smart Contract using Remix IDE - — Requirement:. — Use ERC-20 Smart contract: GlitchTest (Below Step 4), Use Remix IDE to deploy, Use MetaMask to add MAINNET network, Knowledgeable Rust & Solidity language, — Step 1: Add ERC-20 smart contract on Remix IDE (...

Community Update: Changes to the Glitch Community Advocate Program

Hey there, Glitchers! We’re delighted to give you an update on the Glitch Community Advocate Program. For those unsure what the program is, this initiative allows all community members that apply and are approved to play an essential role in shaping Glitch and the future of decentralized financial applications through various promotional activities, content creation, regional support, and more. There’s no doubt that the team is aware of the program’s ups and downs over the past year since its initial release, with 20 advocates joining. Since then, we have had some management and communication issues surrounding the program that we resolved months ago, and now have restructured the program to include even more benefits and increase organization. We have restructured, reorganized, and are working to re-execute the advocate program thoroughly. It’s an exciting time to be a member of the Glitch community, as the team plans to start onboarding more qualified individuals at the end of the year. Now that you’ve gotten the gist let’s get into the specifics. — Latest Changes to the Community Advocate Program - — New Onboarding Process. — We’re working on a new process that will screen candidates much better than before to ensure they are a better fit and join for the right reasons. We’re also adding the requirement that all applicants must have previous professional experience in marketing (prefera...

Addressing the Glitch Bridge Exploit

Hello Glitchers, Today we share a full report about an exploit to the Glitch bridge infrastructure that occurred in August 2022. After thoroughly investigating the situation, compiling all the facts, and implementing the solution, we’re ready to explain what happened. As we’ve seen previously, exploits are commonplace in the decentralized industry when working with experimental technology. We’ve done everything to ensure that the proper security measures, like new operational procedures and increased encryption, have been added throughout the past few weeks. Let’s discuss the issue, the solution, the lessons learned, and the path forward. — The Issue - In August, an attacker exploited the Glitch bridge. This person(s) was able to execute an SSH brute force to obtain non-authorized super admin access to the servers on the backend running the code. Once they got access to the server, they could complete non-authorized transactions. A community member identified the attack as it happened and immediately escalated it to the team. Once the development team verified the issue, a fix was worked on and then implemented. Here are the high-level steps of how the attacker passed through the system. First, the attacker created a request swap with a small amount of GLCH tokens which was less than the wallet’s balance. A scan of the transaction was executed and then stored in the database. The attacker then used SSH brute ...

Monthly Update — October 2022

Monthly Update — October 2022 - October is already here. Phase III: Von Hayek is complete, and another month is in the books. Sixteen team and three community validators are churning transaction blocks on the mainnet. The guide to run a mainnet node from a prebuilt binary is released, and developments for Phase IV: Bellerophon is underway, starting with the EVM developer documentation, Revenue Share, and GEX MVP. Let’s get right into it. There’s a lot to discuss. — September Recap - — People Update - It’s been one year since Rebecka joined the team as a Social Media Specialist. We’re pleased to share that she was recently promoted to a Sr. Community Manager to take on more responsibilities around advocate communications and growth hacking in addition to her existing duties around strategy. The team is hiring new candidates and promoting from within, all positive signs of growth. However, Head of R&D Rohan Barde has chosen a different path. We wish him all the best of luck in his future endeavors and thank him for the work that he has accomplished over the last year and a half. If you want to join the team, visit all the open positions and apply today. — Mainnet Validator Incentives Program - Did you know you can now launch a node on the mainnet? We recently launched the validator program. There is a limitation to five external nodes to begin; however, we plan to expand that on a month-by...

Guide: How to run a mainnet validator node from a prebuilt binary

A step-by-step guide on running a mainnet validator node using a prebuilt binary. Note: Learn how rewards are produced through the Validator Incentives Program until the revenue sharing is live on the mainnet. — 1. Requirements - The most common way for a beginner to run a validator is on a cloud server running Linux. For this guide, we will be using Ubuntu 20.04, but the instructions should be similar for other platforms. The transaction weights in Glitch were benchmarked on standard hardware. It is recommended that validators run at least the standard hardware to ensure they can process all blocks in time. The following are not minimum requirements, but if you decide to run with less than this, beware that you might have a performance issue. — Standard Hardware. — CPU — Intel(R) Core(TM) i7–7700K CPU @ 4.20GHz, Storage — A NVMe solid state drive. It should be reasonably sized to deal with blockchain growth. Starting around 80GB — 160GB will be okay for the first six months of Glitch but will need to be re-evaluated every six months., Memory — 32GB to 64GB RAM, The specs posted above are by no means the minimum specs you could use when running a validator. However, you should be aware that if you are using less, you may need to toggle some extra optimizations to be equal to other validators running the standard. — Token Requirements. — 88,888 GLCH + network fees (...

Glitch Finance completes its Phase III launch

Glitch, a new layer-one blockchain for building decentralized applications (dApps), has completed Phase III and moved into the next stage of its evolution.“Sometimes in the wave of change we find our true direction”. Glitch Finance is delighted to announce the completion of Phase III: Von Hayek. Sixteen mainnet validators from the team’s side are now producing blocks and the functionality to allow external nodes on the mainnet is available. We’re thrilled by the prospect of creating a universally accessible network backed by an innovative revenue-sharing model. It’s a great feeling to have completed this critical stage, and we’re ready to share everything about Phase IV with you all. Before we do, let’s set the stage and dive deeply into the accomplishments over the last several months and look into the next several. — Von Hayek Roadmap Completed Deliverables - Glitch validator documentation for testnet and mainnet from prebuilt binary, GRC-20 support & token contracts on testnet, Explorer mainnet, Browser-extension wallet mainnet, Mainnet public launch: Allow the public to run a node, Mainnet validator program, — Summary: What Is Now Available - Testnet Blockchain Protocol: Support standard token contracts on the testnet. Find the guide to running an EVM contract on the testnet here., Mainnet Blockchain Protocol: The decentralization journey begins. Users can launch a validator on the ma...

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