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Moonbeam  

#GLMR

GLMR Price:
$0.47
Volume:
$14.4 M
All Time High:
$15.06
Market Cap:
$0.2 B


Circulating Supply:
398,171,864
Exchanges:
18
Total Supply:
1,037,871,046
Markets:
57
Max Supply:
Pairs:
25



  GLMR PRICE


The price of #GLMR today is $0.47 USD.

The lowest GLMR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.472, and the exact current price of one GLMR crypto coin is $0.47189.

The all-time high GLMR coin price was $15.06.

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


  GLMR OVERVIEW


The code for Moonbeam is #GLMR.

Moonbeam is a newer coin by our records, at least 8.8 months in age.


  GLMR MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Moonbeam is $187,892,086.

Moonbeam is ranked #152, by market cap (and other factors).


  GLMR VOLUME


The trading volume is large during the past 24 hours for #GLMR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Moonbeam is $14,391,373.


  GLMR SUPPLY


The circulating supply of GLMR is 398,171,864 coins, which is 38% of the total coin supply.


  GLMR EXCHANGES


GLMR is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 18 crypto exchanges.

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


  GLMR RESOURCES


Websitemoonbeam.network
Whitepaperdocs.moonbeam.network
Twittermoonbeamnetwork
Redditr/moonbeam
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  GLMR DEVELOPER NEWS



Polkadot-Native USDT Now Available on Moonbeam

Users Can Now Interact with the Tether Stablecoin within the Moonbeam Ecosystem. — Singapore — September 27, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has announced the availability of Tether (USDT) on Moonbeam, an integration that was finalized on September 23rd, 2022. The connection between Tether and Moonbeam is made possible via an existing cross-chain integration with the Statemint parachain. Through XCM, which is the cross-chain messaging capability built into Polkadot, it is possible to move Statemint-based assets like USDT to Moonbeam, where they can be deposited as XC-20s and used like any other Moonbeam-based token across the hundreds of active projects on the network. Tether (USDT) is a stablecoin that launched in 2014 and is pegged to the U.S. dollar. It stands as one of the largest stablecoins today, with over 67 billion tokens in circulation and deployments on numerous blockchains, including Polkadot’s sister network, Kusama. Tether announced its expansion to Polkadot last week, launching as a natively minted stablecoin on Statemint — a so-called “common good” parachain that serves as a resource for deploying and transferring tokens across the greater Polkadot ecosystem. This launch allows applications built on top of parachains like Moonbeam to integrate and support another native stablecoin through their platform. USDT tokens can be brought to Mo...




New Moonbeam XCM Integration with Astar Now Live

Singapore — September 8, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has announced an integration with Astar, the Future of Smart Contracts for Multichain, allowing two of the most popular networks on Polkadot to communicate and interoperate. Astar’s token ASTR can now be deposited on Moonbeam as xcASTR and used across the Moonbeam DApp ecosystem. This most recent integration brings together Moonbeam and the Astar WASM platform, joining two of the most active parachains in Dotsama to pave the way for the development of interoperable applications in the Polkadot ecosystem. Astar and its Kusama sister parachain Shiden are developer-focused chains with programs aimed at accelerating growth on Polkadot and Kusama networks through the offerings of Astar SpaceLabs, a program to scale DApps through marketing, technical support, and Astar’s innovative #Build2Earn initiative. Now that XC-20 assets can be used across both networks, Moonbeam developers are able to build out their projects, and easily integrate with Astar’s ecosystem and WASM smart contract technology. Moonbeam is a smart contract platform optimized for cross-chain connected applications. The Moonbeam development platform makes it possible to build applications that unite functionality from Ethereum, Cosmos, Polkadot and more — simplifying the experience for users who want to interact with services and assets that a...




Moonbeam Expands Cross-Chain Capabilities with LayerZero

Boston, MA — August 29, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has extended its interoperability capabilities through the addition of LayerZero. With LayerZero, developers building connected contracts have an even wider array of secure messaging features at their disposal, making it easier to design applications that can tap into functionality across many remote blockchains. Developers on Moonbeam can use LayerZero’s messaging standard — in addition to Axelar, Polkadot’s XCM, and other protocols — to build the next generation of applications without the constraints of solo chain development, capable of resolving today’s fragmented user experience, liquidity, and data. LayerZero emerged late last year as a major omnichain interoperability protocol with support from Silicon Valley firms like Andreessen Horowitz and Sequoia Capital. Designed for lightweight message passing across chains, LayerZero aims to provide authentic and guaranteed message delivery with configurable trustlessness via a low-level communication primitive, upon which a diverse set of cross-chain applications can be built. Using this primitive, developers can implement inter-chain applications like a cross-chain DEX or multi-chain yield aggregator without having to rely on a trusted custodian or intermediate transactions. LayerZero currently supports cross-chain messaging between Ethereum, BNB...




Phala Integrates with Moonbeam, Bringing PHA to the Network

Boston, MA — August 25, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for multi-chain applications on Polkadot, has announced a cross-chain integration with the Phala Network, making the PHA token available for use on Moonbeam. Once PHA is deposited on Moonbeam as xcPHA — the XC-20 representation of the PHA token — it can be used across Moonbeam’s active ecosystem of DApps. The GLMR token can also now be used in SubBridge, a cross-chain router built on Phala, joining eight other assets already available. The Phala integration is an example of the interoperability that’s possible in the Polkadot ecosystem through XCM (cross-consensus messaging), which is the native messaging capability built into Polkadot. As a Polkadot parachain, Moonbeam is able to provide these secure messaging capabilities to DApp developers who want to design rich interactions with other parachains. Moonbeam also supports secure message passing with external blockchains like Ethereum and Cosmos, allowing developers to build cross-chain connected contracts that tap into functionality and resources from many blockchains, within and outside of the Polkadot ecosystem. Phala marks the fifth XCM integration on Polkadot, connecting the parachains in the ecosystem and making it easy for DApps built on top of them to interact. XCM integrations are a first step toward building new kinds of applications and use cases in Dotsama and beyond. The grow...




Moonriver Has Integrated With Litmus

Boston, MA — August 9, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has announced Moonriver’s integration with Litmus, Litentry’s sister network on Kusama. Litmus’ token LIT can be deposited on Moonriver and used as xcLIT. This integration brings another XC-20 token to the Moonriver DeFi ecosystem and with it, future cases for Litmus’ decentralized identity aggregation service through XCM, Kusama’s native cross-chain capabilities. Litmus is a decentralized identity aggregator that aims to revolutionize how people interact with data by enabling the linking of user identities across multiple networks. This provides a secure vehicle through which users manage their identities and DApps obtain real-time DID data of an identity owner across different blockchains. Litmus’ infrastructure and tools make it easy for anyone to create, publish, and share a point of view based on real data, helping to close the skill gap between professional users and common participants who struggle to make use of DID as it’s available today. Litentry and Litmus aim to provide liquidity, interoperability, and consistency to the process of querying data across blockchains. The protocol has broad potential uses across DeFi, on-chain governance, and customized data services which will be rolled out to Moonriver as XCM continues to develop and mature. Moonriver launched on Kusama one year ago, and si...




Moonriver XCM Integration with Shiden Now Live

Boston, MA — August 5, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has announced Moonriver’s integration with Shiden via XCM, Polkadot’s native cross-chain messaging technology. Shiden’s token SDN can be deposited on Moonriver, which is the most active parachain on Kusama and has the highest volume of cross-chain token transactions. This integration brings together Moonriver and the Shiden WASM platform, joining two of the most active developer ecosystems in Dotsama to pave the way for the development of interoperable applications within Kusama. Shiden and its Polkadot sister parachain Astar are developer-focused chains with programs aimed at accelerating growth on Polkadot and Kusama networks through the offerings of Astar SpaceLabs, a program to scale your dApp through marketing, technical support, and Astar’s innovative #Build2Earn initiative. Moonriver and Moonbeam are cross-chain smart contract platforms with a focus on interoperability and connectivity. Moonriver is able to bring new users into the Dotsama ecosystem by continuously improving the user experience through hiding infrastructural complexity away from the user. Other parachains connecting to Moonriver, such as Shiden, can benefit from access to these additional users and functionality. Both chains will leverage a shared space within Kusama, and other connected ecosystems soon. Builders who are interested in...




How to Participate in Moonbeam Governance with Polkassembly

Polkassembly is an open-source platform for anyone to discover and participate in Moonbeam’s on-chain governance. You can open/interact with discussion posts to engage with other community members around different topics. You can also browse on-chain proposals, referendums and treasury requests (amongst others), discuss them with the community, and vote directly from the website. You can also check council members and motions, technical committee proposals, and more through a user-friendly interface. If you want to participate in on-chain governance, such as commenting on discussions, voting on a proposal, or seconding a proposal, signing up for an account is required. Refer to the documentation website for an overview of Moonbeam’s governance features. In this tutorial, we’ll go through the steps of voting on Polkassembly with MetaMask from start to finish. You’ll learn how to sign up for Polkassembly, how to vote on active referenda, and how to free up any funds locked in democracy. In this particular example, we’ll be interacting with Polkassembly on Moonbeam, but the process is exactly the same for Moonriver. For a detailed video tutorial on interacting with Polkassembly, check out How to Participate in Moonbeam Governance with Polkassembly. On the homepage of Polkassembly on Moonbeam, you’ll see the latest referenda currently open for voting, in addition to any proposals. Proposals are eligible (but not guaran...




Moonriver One Year Later

It’s been a year since Moonriver fully launched, which is when DApps could begin launching on the EVM (Ethereum Virtual Machine) and balance transfers were enabled. In that time, the network, and the Kusama ecosystem in general, have come a long way. Let’s take a look back at some of the achievements, milestones, and adventures along the way. — About Moonriver - Moonriver is a smart contract platform on Kusama and serves as a companion network to Moonbeam. Unlike a TestNet, Moonriver’s original purpose was as a canary network: a long-lived experimentation environment with real-world value. It serves a similar purpose to historical canaries in coal mines by flagging any potential issues before the same codebase was deployed to Moonbeam. While TestNets often have incentive mechanisms added on top, CanaryNets have built-in value and incentives to help identify potential issues. Moonriver was always intended to become a layer one blockchain in its own right, growing and changing with community demand. Since launch, it’s become home to nearly 200 projects and seen more than 20 million transactions processed on the network. Moonriver paved the way to launch in mid-2021 after securing a Kusama parachain slot with 205,935 crowdloaned KSM. The network started producing blocks on June 29, 2021. Contributors around the world joined the Moonriver community to launch the smart contract platform, bringing unmatched Ethereum ...




Moonbeam Monthly Dispatch: July 2022

It’s the summer of connected applications! July has been a whirlwind of new initiatives. Including impactful integrations like Axelar and Osmosis, more connected contracts, a new campaign, and so much more! — Connected Contracts - The next generation of Web3 applications are currently being built on Moonbeam as connected smart contracts. Connected contracts create a superior experience by allowing users to tap into assets and functionality from multiple blockchains within a single cross-chain connected DApp, without having to bridge assets over. By unifying access to assets, data, and other functionalities, Moonbeam is removing the constraints of isolated applications and making it easy to tap into functionality across Ethereum, Polkadot, Cosmos, Avalanche, and beyond. Learn more about what connected contracts are, and who’s already building them. — Whats New with Moonbeam & Moonriver - Arrington Capital has granted the Moonbeam Foundation a $100 million ecosystem fund to support new projects looking to develop and scale multi-chain applications. ZKValidator, a mission-driven validator, has a new event series: Privacy on Moonbeam. The series will focus on best practices for developers and new privacy tools during an online workshop and in-person hackshop where teams can submit their tools. — Ecosystem Spotlight - The Moonbeam and Moonriver ecosystem continues to grow with over 259+ live integration...




New Cross-Chain XCM-to-EVM Functionality on Moonbase Alpha

Runtime 1701 Includes New Connected Contract Functionality to Enable Other Parachains to Interact with the Moonbeam EVM, Now in Testing. — Boston, MA — August 4, 2022 — Moonbeam, the top destination for cross-chain connected applications, has introduced new functionality that pushes cross-chain connectivity within Polkadot to the next level. The latest upgrade, runtime 1701, includes the first proof-of-concept for EVM access through XCM on its Moonbase Alpha TestNet, with plans to bring this technology to Moonriver and Moonbeam in the near future. This upgrade also brings the capability for token holders to vote in governance with assets locked in non-custodial staking, as well as an identity registrar for on-chain identity verification; these features are now live on Moonriver and Moonbeam. XCM (Polkadot’s cross-consensus messaging format) continues to mature and connected smart contracts are actively being deployed to Moonbeam, which allows those applications to tap into Polkadot as well as remote blockchains. These advancements and expanding capabilities of cross-chain messaging open new doors for innovation, including the new XCM to EVM Call. While this use case is currently available for testing on Moonbase Alpha, it foreshadows the future of interoperability and the role Moonbeam will play in allowing developers to build applications that interact with many chains at once. The XCM to EVM feature all...




  GLMR NEWS


DAM Finance Receives Strategic Investment From Arrington Capital Moonbea...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Miami, Florida, 11th August 2022] dPRIME Asset Modules Finance (”DAM Finance” or “DAM”), a protocol for creating purchasing power from cross-chain token portfolios, is pleased to share that it has received funding from the Arrington Capital Moonbeam Growth Fund. The investment in DAM Finance is the third major investment by the Arrington Capital Moonbeam Growth Fund, a recently launched $100m fund to fuel the Moonbeam ecosystem. DAM facilitates purchasing power from the broadest range of blockchain-secured collateral, including longer tail, yield generating, and real-world assets. In the protocol, borrowers deposit baskets of tokens in a single transaction to mint dPRIME, a Dotsama stablecoin on Moonbeam. DAM’s innovation provides borrowers more flexibility in dPRIME issuance and vault maintenance by mutualizing the value of deposited collateral. As part of its product roadmap, DAM will utilize Moonbeam’s infrastructure to unlock liquidity for assets native to other parachains and blockchains outside of the Dotsama ecosystem. “We believe the future is multi-chain and inclusive, a mentality that the DAM Finance team shares with us,” said Michael Arrington of Arrington Capital. “DAM is taking a thoughtful approach to DeFi in creating a new model for purchasing power and risk management. We are thrilled to be supporting them as they embark to solve a missing component in today’s environment.” &ldq... read More



Ambire DeFi wallet integrates Moonbeam as first Parachain supported

    Ambire, providers of an integrated wallet offering a single interface to utilize popular DeFi apps, announced today it has added support for the Moonbeam Network. Its users will now be able to use Ambire to send transactions and use native Moonbeam DeFi protocols. Moonbeam is the Ethereum-compatible parachain of the Polkadot network. Unlike most other EVM-based networks out there, Moonbeam is not a direct code fork of Ethereum node software. Instead, it is a Substrate chain that emulates Ethereum features and its communication protocol to provide a compatible environment. This means that Moonbeam has additional features such as integrated governance, cross-chain integrations, and staking, which are native to Substrate. DApp developers can deploy on Moonbeam just as they would on other EVM chains, using the exact same tooling and code. Existing major DeFi protocols on Moonbeam include Sushi and Curve, with a number of Moonbeam-native options as well for swapping and lending. The Ambire Wallet enables access to DeFi opportunities from a single interface, which provides a useful central dashboard for users' DeFi activity. This includes the ability to swap tokens or access dapps via WalletConnect, with the platform offering a detailed breakdown of balances and past transactions. Ambire also includes scam-proofing mechanisms, for example by ensuring that users give token approvals to the exact contract they meant to interact with. 'Wallet infrastructure is critical for enabling us... read More



Moonbeam Emerges As The Gateway To The Promised “Multichain”...

    For years, developers have been trying to determine the best alternative for Ethereum’s increasing network congestion and gas costs. Even though layer-2 scaling solutions involving zkSNARKS and Optimistic Rollups have been introduced to alleviate these challenges, most of these answers aim to improve Ethereum’s scalability. On the other hand, Moonbeam leverages the interoperability and scalability of Polkadot to offer developers an environment that is fully compatible with Ethereum and its corresponding development tools. The Moonbeam Network serves as a highly-specialized layer-1 blockchain. Accordingly, it isn’t here to compete with Ethereum but will assuredly extend Ethereum’s base functionalities with Polkadot’s built-in features like on-chain governance, cross-chain integrations, and staking. Since Ethereum already holds the lion’s share of the DeFi ecosystem (and the majority of the dApps are deployed atop it), it is quite certain that even in a multichain future, it will continue to hold a commanding position. In this context, Moonbeam will offer developers the ability to migrate their existing Ethereum-based projects to its network without making any major codebase changes. At the same time, it will extend a project’s reach to other chains (and users) who are already part of the Polkadot network. As DeFi takes the multichain approach, which is a must for projects to achieve mainstream adoption, multichain infrastructure provid... read More



PureStake CEO Derek Yoo Explains the Technology Behind Moonbeam Network

    Moonbeam is an Ethereum-compatible smart contract platform on the Polkadot network that makes it easy to build natively interoperable applications. This Ethereum compatibility allows developers to deploy existing Solidity smart contracts and DApp frontends to Moonbeam with minimal changes. Derek Yoo is the CEO of PureStake, the technology company behind the Moonbeam Network. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the technology: Derek Yoo is a serial Web2 technology entrepreneur who has spent the past 20 years building successful software and cloud companies. Prior to creating Moonbeam, Derek was the co-founder and CTO of Fuze, where he led the product and engineering teams in the creation of a global Unified Communications-as-a-Service cloud platform with points of presence all around the world, a low latency global network, and a suite of end user web, desktop, and mobile communications applications. During his time at Fuze, the company grew to 700 employees and a $150M run rate. Like Moonriver, its sister parachain on Kusama, Moonbeam is expected to accumulate developer and user activity from the 80+ projects building DApps and protocols on the network. As a parachain on the Polkadot network, Moonbeam benefits from the shared security of the Polkadot Relay Chain and integrations with other chains that are connected to Polkadot. Learn more at: https://moonbeam.network/. The Bitcoin.com News podcast features interviews with the most interesting lea... read More



Second Parachain Auction Winner Moonbeam Goes Live on Polkadot

    Polkadot's parachain smart contract platform with Ethereum compatibility, Moonbeam, has recently completed its pre-launch process and is now live on the Polkadot network. Moonbeam Launches on Polkadot Announcing the launch on Tuesday, the project's team noted that Moonbeam is the first fully operational parachain on the Polkadot blockchain. With the release, the protocol will pave the way for over 80 projects in its ecosystem to be deployed. Earlier in October, Moonbeam won the second Polkadot Parachain Auction after seeing over 35 million DOT worth more than $1.4 billion contributed by its supporters from across the globe. With Moonbeam now live on Polkadot, it intends to bring several new integrations, activities, and users to boost the Polkadot ecosystem and contribute to the growth of the network. Per the announcement, Moonbeam removed the superuser key, Sudo, during its last launch phase. As a result, the control of the network will now be transferred to the token holders. Balance Transfers Additionally, Moonbeam has also enabled balance transfers and Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) on its platform. The balance transfer will allow users to stake and start claiming rewards from the crowd loan. After this development, the chain will be overseen by the token holders using Moonbeam's governance system. The active set of collectors has also been increased to 48. Following the launch, GLMR token holders can stake with collectors, claim crowdloan rewards, and serve as active net... read More



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