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The Graph  


GRT Price:
$57.7 M
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Market Cap:
$2.9 B

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The price of #GRT today is $0.32 USD.

The lowest GRT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.322, and the exact current price of one GRT crypto coin is $0.32248.

The all-time high GRT coin price was $2.89.

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The code for The Graph is #GRT.

The Graph is 3.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for The Graph is $2,850,147,119.

The Graph is ranked #43 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a large daily trading volume on #GRT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for The Graph is $57,665,201.


The circulating supply of GRT is 8,838,119,984 coins, which is 88% of the maximum coin supply.


GRT is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 7 other blockchains.

See list of the GRT Blockchain contracts with 8 different blockchains.


GRT is well integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 83 crypto exchanges.

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



The Graph Foundation awards $48 million grant to The Guild to join The Graph as a Core Developer

The Graph Foundation is excited to announce that The Guild has been awarded a $48 million grant to contribute to subgraph and protocol R&D. The Guild was previously a Wave 1 Grantee building subgraph tooling, and is now committing to The Graph long-term to develop core subgraph features and bringing GraphQL to the masses in web3. The Guild is one of the top open-source developer groups in the GraphQL ecosystem and builds and maintains some of the most widely-used GraphQL tooling in the world. The Guild will work with The Graph ecosystem over four years to develop new subgraph features such as subgraph composition, analytics, and mutations, as well as improve the GraphQL API and the subgraph developer environment. The Guild will also focus on improving Graph Node’s querying capabilities, enabling developers to more efficiently build feature-rich applications. The Guild will also collaborate with other core developers and The Graph Foundation to facilitate greater education and onboarding of web2 developers onto The Graph, by integrating these features into popular web2-focused GraphQL tools, as well as creating tailored educational videos. — Introducing The Guild - The Guild is a renowned group with experience building GraphQL tooling for top Fortune 500 companies and the open-source community. A well-respected team with deep roots in open-source development, The Guild team contributed to the GraphQL community and...

The Graph Awards $60M Grant to Semiotic AI to Join The Graph as a Core Developer

What if there was a way to use artificial intelligence to streamline and upgrade web3 decentralized infrastructure? The Graph Foundation’s new grant to AI and cryptography software startup Semiotic AI could help make this possible. The Semiotic team is joining The Graph as a core developer and being awarded a $60 million grant over 8 years to support protocol R&D. This grant reflects a deepening relationship between The Graph ecosystem and Semiotic AI, a startup that builds secure, autonomous agents for decentralized markets. While Semiotic has been a Graph Grantee and working closely with the Edge & Node team since March, the project will now also collaborate with other core dev teams and the rest of the community to build The Graph. Semiotic AI, which was founded in 2020 by professionals with experience in AI and cryptography, has been contributing to The Graph core research including automation of query negotiations through reinforcement learning (RL), AI-based determination of query costs, and query latency prediction. The team also open sourced an Indexer Stress Test tool over the summer, and has built an AI-powered query generator that’s currently being heavily used and tested by other core devs! The 8-year grant by The Graph Foundation enables the Semiotic team to expand their capacity to work on new focus areas such as verifiable queries with optimized zk-SNARKs libraries and decentralizing query cost pre...

The Graph is offering a record $2.5M bug bounty program in partnership with Immunefi

The Graph Foundation is offering a record $2.5 million bug bounty to incentivize developers and ethical hackers to recognize vulnerabilities and shortcomings in the protocol. At present, this is the biggest active bug bounty program in the world. For this monumental endeavor, The Graph collaborates with Immunefi, which has an extensive knowledge pool in testing and securing Web3 protocols. In this article, we provide the bounty details, highlighting the varieties of risks and vulnerabilities that the program is trying to address. Besides elaborating the program’s modalities, we discuss its rewards and overall scope. But before getting into all that, let’s introduce The Graph and Immunefi briefly, especially for the uninitiated. — What is Immunefi? - Immunefi is one of the most popular bug bounty platforms in Web3, where white hat hackers and security analysts review and rectify a project’s vulnerabilities. In doing so, these ethical hackers get handsomely rewarded for detecting threats and helping secure the participating projects. Immunefi is a pioneer in innovative blockchain-related bug bounties and has an enviable team of security experts. Over the years, Immunefi has saved over $1 billion of users’ funds from being stolen or misused. In the process, ethical hackers have earned over $3 million in bounties. At present, the platform has bug bounties worth $26,251,214 locked in various projects. As a platform, ...

Historical Ethereum Data Access After EIP-4444

After years of R&D, Ethereum 2.0 is just around the corner. One of the EIPs being considered for inclusion in Eth 2.0 is EIP-4444 — Bound Historical Data in Execution Clients. EIP-4444 is a hot topic in the Ethereum community as it would add history pruning to Ethereum clients. Requiring nodes to store less history would benefit validators by making it easier to sync and verify chain state — unlocking higher gas limits without sacrificing security. Higher gas limits add capacity for rollups, increasing Ethereum’s throughput and reducing transaction costs. It would also support greater decentralization as it would make sure that even as Ethereum state grows, people can continue to validate the chain on consumer grade hardware. This proposal would however remove some functionality for Ethereum clients. Nodes would no longer be able to serve requests for historical data once pruned. Yet, many dapps require access to historical data from Ethereum to show past user behavior like user account balances, transactions, votes and similar from the distant past. This post will show how The Graph fills the gap left by EIP-4444 for dapps by indexing historical data from genesis and serving queries for that data. We will highlight The Graph’s approach to verifiability of data and the roadmap for removing trust throughout the protocol, drawing parallels between the trust models of Ethereum and The Graph. The roadmap is a ...

Figment Joins The Graph in One of the Largest Mergers into a Decentralized Protocol; 80M GRT Core…

Figment Joins The Graph in One of the Largest Mergers into a Decentralized Protocol; 80M GRT Core Dev Grant Awarded - The Graph gains a new core developer Figment, with technical expertise across 35+ proof-of-stake networks including Solana, Polygon, Polkadot, NEAR, Celo, and more. The Graph is already one of the most utilized protocols In Web3. Figment — one of the largest staking and node infrastructure providers — will join The Graph ecosystem and fuel the growth of public goods in the Web3 economy. Today we are excited to announce that The Graph Foundation and The Graph Council have provided the blockchain development team at Figment — one of the world’s largest blockchain infrastructure and services providers serving customers worldwide — a core development grant of 80M GRT to be distributed over 5 years. Figment is joining The Graph ecosystem as a core protocol developer to grow the decentralized indexing layer for Web3. This news is a major milestone in the shift to Web3 and decentralization. It marks one of the largest mergers of a centralized company into a decentralized protocol, as part of a larger mission to make open data a public good. This news follows many other initiatives pointing to the expansion of critical infrastructure for Web3 in the past few weeks alone, including StreamingFast joining The Graph ecosystem and the announcement of over $2.8M of GRT awarded in grants from The...

The Graph Foundation allocates over $2.8 Million to Grants & Ecosystem Support in Wave 2

The Graph Foundation to provide over $2.8M in funding to grants and ecosystem support in Wave 2, in addition to $60M Core Dev Grant to StreamingFast. The remarkable Graph community has shown nothing but dedication and grit since mainnet launch in December. Working for a protocol means we’re all in this together.The community has been contributing from all angles; whether you’re an Indexer, Delegator, Curator, subgraph developer, or community builder, all roles have proven to be crucial in the decentralized web. Earlier this year, The Graph Foundation allocated over $5M to Wave 1 grantees and ecosystem contributors. In Wave 2 we’re excited to be distributing over $2.8M to grantees focusing on protocol R&D, tooling building subgraphs and dapps, community building and security audits. On top of the successful Wave 2 grants program, the Foundation awarded a $60M Core Dev Grant to StreamingFast to work on Graph Protocol development. We heard feedback from the community for tooling recommendations, useful dapps and gaps in subgraphs across the decentralized web. We have since launched The Graph RFPs, a place where anyone can participate and receive a grant for work that’s been requested. We need your help building subgraphs, indexer tooling and educational materials! The Graph Foundation is here to support your building needs, developing new critical infrastructure and letting your creativity blossom in Web3! To check ou...

Subgraph Developers Earn GRT Migration Rewards for Building Open Source APIs

Subgraph developers that built subgraphs and claimed their POAP NFTs were rewarded with GRT for their contributions to open source software. The Graph would not be where it is today without its subgraph developers — over 20,000 developers that deployed more than 18,000 subgraphs in the hosted service’s lifetime. This is why The Graph Foundation is excited to reward each subgraph developer with 685 GRT to support their migration from the hosted service to the decentralized network. Subgraph contributors who redeemed their Subgraph Developer POAP NFT before July 6th have received the GRT to their Ethereum addresses. Earned GRT can now be used to pay for query fees for subgraph usage in the Subgraph Studio or curate on a subgraph in the Graph Explorer! If you haven’t claimed your Subgraph Developer POAP NFT, there’s still time! — Claim your NFT to Receive the GRT Reward! - Subgraph developers who contributed to subgraphs on The Graph’s hosted service between Jan 21, 2019 until May 26, 2021 are eligible for a Subgraph Developer POAP NFTand should’ve received an email to claim the NFT via POAP. (Double check your spam!) If you did not claim your NFT before July 8th you have a final chance to receive your GRT reward! Claim your Subgraph Developer NFT before July 15, 2021 at 12pm PDT to receive the GRT reward. All final rewards will be distributed by July 22, 2021, no further rewards will be distributed. If y...

The Graph Launches the Decentralized Data Economy with Curation, Graph Explorer & Subgraph Studio

Now anyone can organize and curate data via subgraphs on the Graph Explorer and Subgraph Studio. The Internet will never be the same. Curation is an essential component of the data economy. Data is the world’s most valuable asset — but only if it is useful, accurate, and reliable. Centralized intermediaries that control the process of collecting and organizing the world’s data have grown immensely over the past decade, all at the expense of their users who supply that data in the first place. Today, The Graph transforms data curation on the web. With the launch of curation, Graph Explorer and Subgraph Studio, data curation is now an open, competitive market. After years of hard work putting each piece of this infrastructure in place, we’re thrilled to announce this enormous milestone for Web3 and the Internet as a whole. We believe that permissionless, open curation beats extractive algorithms and centralized decision making every time. We think that existing data intermediaries, who maintain full control over how information is served to their users — no matter how poorly they perform their centralized role — have run their course. Join us in this massive next step for the decentralized data economy. — Open, uncensored data powered by Curation, Graph Explorer and Subgraph Studio - Curation is live on the decentralized network with the launch of the Graph Explorer dappand Subgraph Studio. Now...

The Graph To Support Optimistic Ethereum at Mainnet Launch To Help Scale Ethereum

Developers building dapps on Optimistic Ethereum will soon be able to create subgraphs to easily access indexed blockchain data via The Graph. Optimism and The Graph have partnered. The Graph will be providing indexing and querying services to developers building on the Optimistic Ethereum L2 to help Ethereum scale. The Graph will go live on the hosted service once Optimism launches publicly, and is excited to provide support to developers in the Optimism community. Developers building on Optimistic Ethereum are also now eligible for grants through The Graph Foundation, such as building dapps with Optimism and The Graph, developing subgraph tooling, or educational materials! This marks another important integration for The Graph as the community continues to add new chains to the hosted service. Over the past few months, support for more than 19 EVM-based solutions has been added; including the Polygon integration completed in February, followed by Arbitrum in June, and soon Optimism. Chain by chain these integrations are adding the critical infrastructure necessary for Web3 to scale. — Subgraphs on Optimistic Ethereum - Optimistic Ethereum is an Ethereum L2 scaling solution that uses optimistic rollups to achieve lower fees, latency, and greater throughput while providing a world-class developer and user experience. Integration with The Graph on Optimistic Ethereum means developers building on Optimism will have great...

The Graph Foundation Awards $60 Million Grant to StreamingFast to Join The Graph as a Core…

The Graph Foundation Awards $60 Million Grant to StreamingFast to Join The Graph as a Core Developer Team - StreamingFast is joining The Graph ecosystem to support protocol R&D, improve indexing performance, and accelerate Web3 adoption. The Graph Foundation is thrilled to announce that StreamingFast joins The Graph as a core protocol developer. StreamingFast is a protocol infrastructure company that excels at building highly scalable, cross-chain architecture for streaming blockchain data. The $60M Core Dev Grant is the first of its kind, pioneering a new frontier of collaborative innovation where communities and companies are aligned to build a radically more open Internet. Now united and aligned within The Graph’s decentralized ecosystem, the development teams are more powerful than any single corporate team, as they bring together a critical mass of new developers on a mission to democratize Web3 data access at scale and drive user adoption. The StreamingFast team has proven themselves as experts in building critical infrastructure and providing API services. StreamingFast will contribute its technology, developer talent, and resources to advance The Graph as a protocol and ecosystem. Relevant IP and products will be open-sourced under The Graph Protocol Github repo and API products will migrate to The Graph Network for backend indexing and querying support. As a team dedicated to core protocol development, Streaming...


New Biden Rule Could Affect AI Cryptocurrencies Like GRT, AGIX, FET (Opi...

    The new rules require companies to conduct AI safety tests and share the results with the US government. In addition, they include meeting official standards for safe AI development and clearly labeling AI-generated content. That's worth avoiding a Skynet or Omni Consumer Products fiasco. White House Issues New Rules for AI A fact sheet released by the White House briefing room notes: 'AI can bring real benefits to consumers—for example, by making products better, cheaper, and more widely available. But AI also raises the risk of injuring, misleading, or otherwise harming Americans.' Here's how the government's new regulations for artificial intelligence developers could affect the cryptocurrency industry. But also, here's how cryptocurrencies can help support the government's priorities. Increased Regulatory Costs for AI Blockchains The new reporting requirements in Biden's executive order are apt to add costs for AI cryptocurrencies. However they pan out, blockchains that utilize AI will have to take on the additional time and cost burden of staying in compliance. But that doesn't mean bootstrapped startups will be overburdened. The White House release on the new executive order specifies that it's 'developers of the most powerful AI systems' that must 'share their safety test results and other critical information with the U.S. government.' Ostensibly, by the time an AI blockchain reaches a critical threshold of capability to fall under this requirement, the project ... read More

Bitcoin Stuck Below $31K, While FIL and GRT Skyrocket by Double Digits (...

    Bitcoin continues to remain sideways and has not made a move in the past 24 hours. Most altcoins have produced slightly more impressive gains within the same timeframe, with ETH nearing $2,000 and DOT jumping by almost 5%. Bitcoin Calms Bitcoin registered impressive gains two weeks ago when it climbed to over $31,000 for the first time in months after BlackRock filed to launch a Spot BTC ETF. After gaining over $4,000 in days, the cryptocurrency calmed and spent most of last week trading in a range between $30,000 and $31,000. It dumped hard on Friday to a 10-day low of $29,500 on reports that the SEC has issued warnings against all recent Spot BTC filings. However, the bulls intercepted the move and didn't allow any further declines. Just the opposite, bitcoin spiked by a grand and went back up to $30,500. The weekend was significantly less eventful as BTC remained stuck at around that level. So far, Monday doesn't seem all that different, with the asset sitting around that line once more. Consequently, its market cap has remained below $600 billion, while its dominance over the alts has taken another hit and is down to 49.2% on CMC. This means that the metric has declined by 1% in a few days. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView FIL, GRT Take Main Stage Ethereum has jumped by 2.5% in the past 24 hours, which has helped it near the coveted $2,000 line. Binance Coin is close to $250 after a 1.5% increase within the same timeframe. Ripple, Cardano, Dogecoin. Litecoin, Solanna, Tron, an... read More

Biggest Movers: GRT Hits Highest Point in 9 Months, LTC Snaps Losing Str...

    The graph token surged by over 35% so far on Tuesday, as markets continued to be buoyed by the growth of its ecosystem. Since allowing integrations to new blockchains, prices of the indexing protocol's native token have jumped by over 200% from 2022 lows. Litecoin was also higher today, breaking a three-day losing streak.The Graph (GRT) Tuesday saw the graph (GRT) extend its recent bull run, climbing by over 35% in today's session. GRT/USD rose to an intraday peak of $0.1848 earlier today, a day after prices hit a low of $0.1278. As a result of this move, GRT/USD jumped to its strongest point since May 17, last year. Overall and as of writing, GRT is up by approximately 100.63% in the last seven days, and this comes after bouncing from a support at $0.090. These gains have resulted in the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) moving deep into overbought territory, with a current reading of 87.03. Bulls have already moved to secure profits, which has led to GRT falling from its earlier high. Litecoin (LTC) Litecoin (LTC), on the other hand, snapped a three-day losing streak, moving back towards recent highs. Following a low of $95.57 on Monday, LTC/USD jumped back above $100.00 on Tuesday, hitting a high of $100.13 in the process. Today's rebound in price sees litecoin edge towards a resistance level at $101.75, and closer to last Wednesday's peak of $102.65. Similar to GRT, this point was the highest point LTC had hit since May, when the token traded above $106.00. A big pa... read More

Market Watch: The Graph Explodes 33%, Lido (LDO) Soars 16%

    Bitcoin slipped toward $22,500 once again in the past 24 hours but managed to bounce off and is once again situated around $23,000. Most altcoins are calmer today, aside from several mid caps, including LDO and GRT, both of which have skyrocketed by double digits. GRT, LDO Soar Lido DAO's native cryptocurrency went on a roll at the end of last year, as the protocol managed to briefly surpass MakerDAO in terms of Total Value Locked. Since then, LDO has more than doubled its USD value. The past 24 hours alone brought another massive 16% surge that pushed it to over $2.4. The Graph is another notable performer. The asset is up by over 30% and now sits close to $0.17. Litecoin and TONCOIN are among the biggest gainers from the larger-cap altcoins, being up 3% and 4.5%, respectively. Ethereum, Binance Coin, and Polygon are also slightly in the green, while Ripple, Cardano, Dogecoin, OKB, Solana, Shiba Inu, and Polkadot have marked minor daily declines. The total crypto market cap has remained relatively stagnant on a daily scale at $1.065 trillion. Cryptocurrency Market Overview. Source: Quantify Crypto Bitcoin Back at $23K After closing its best month since October 2021 in January, bitcoin went through a volatile first couple of days in February. Propelled by the latest interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve, the cryptocurrency went from under $22,800 to a five-month high of above $24,200 in a matter of hours amid reports that the FOMO is returning. However, the bears stepp... read More

Biggest Movers: ATOM Falls Towards Multi-Week Low, as GRT Extends Recent...

    ATOM fell towards a three-week low on Thursday, as crypto markets were victim to yet another red wave. Overall, markets are down nearly 5% as of writing, with GRT dropping by almost 10% lower on the day. Cosmos (ATOM) ATOM dropped towards a three-week low during Thursday's session, as global crypto markets were nearly 5% lower. Following a peak of $10.46 on hump-day, ATOM/USD slipped to an intraday low of $9.23 earlier in today's session. This move sees ATOM back to its long-term support level of $9.30, which has mainly been holding firm since May 12. However, with prices currently under a significant amount of descending pressure, this floor could be tested in upcoming days. An early test will be how the 14-day RSI will react in the next few days, as price strength currently hovers marginally above a floor of 34. Should this level give way, then bears will likely continue to pressure prices, pushing them to further lows in the process. The Graph (GRT) Another token to fall by over 10% on Thursday was GRT, which dropped for a second straight session. Despite going on a run of four sessions in the green, prices of GRT have dropped in the last two days, with today's move taking price close to its floor. GRT/USD hit an intraday low of $0.1414 today, which is over 10% lower than Wednesday's peak of $0.164. As a result of today's decline, prices are now nearing the support level of $0.1320, which hasn't been hit since May 27. This comes as the momentum of the moving averages ... read More

Biggest Movers: STEPN GMT Remains Close to Record Highs, as GRT and CAKE...

    Following a short-lived move above $4.50 on Wednesday, GMT was once again higher, and traded up by over 20% in today's session. GRT was another big gainer in Thursday's session, as it moved to a multi-week high, whilst CAKE rebounded after recent losses. The Graph (GRT) Newly formed GMT was undoubtedly today's top gainer, climbing by over 20%, however due to its infancy in the markets, there is not enough history to support a true technical view of its price movement. However, another token with similar initials also conjured up double-digit gains on Thursday, and that is in fact GRT. GRT/USD rose to an intraday high of $0.4084 during today's session, which saw its price up by over 11% earlier in the day. This peak follows on from a low of $0.3472 on Wednesday, which was close to its long-term support level of $0.3410. Bulls have since carried prices from support to a now resistance level of $0.4040, which has now held, as earlier gains have eased. GRT is now trading at $0.3779, whilst the 14-day RSI is also hovering below its own ceiling of 50.13, which could be the main obstacle preventing price from climbing back above $0.4000. Pancakeswap (CAKE) CAKE rebounded from a recent multi-week low on Thursday, as bulls seemed to have re-entered, following Tuesday's engulfing bear candle. As of writing, CAKE/USD hit a peak of $8.37 earlier in the day, as prices moved away from a recent support level. This floor was at $7.40, and comes after a marginal breakout, which took price ... read More

Biggest Movers: IOTX Climbs 13%, as GRT Leads Gainers on Tuesday 

    Following a slow start to the day, cryptocurrency markets rebounded during the afternoon, as bulls regained optimism prior to Wednesday's FOMC meeting. GRT was one of the biggest to climb, with IOTX also recording double digit gains. The Graph (GRT) On Tuesday, GRT rose to its highest level since February 18, leading Tuesday's gainers, following a choppy trading session. Markets were volatile to start the day, however rose as the session matured, with GRT/USD climbing by over 20% in the process. As of writing this, GRT/USD was trading 20.6% higher, after it hit an intraday peak of $0.432, which came as prices broke past resistance of $0.374. This move came as the 14-day Relative Strength Index also rose past its own ceiling of 56.05, which took place for the first time since November 27. Looking at the chart, the RSI is tracking at 62, however although overbought, it is still below its peak of 73, which came in October. Should this upward momentum continue, it is likely that bulls will be targeting the $0.500 level next. Iotex (IOTX) IOTX also rose by double digits on Tuesday, as it rallied away its recent support level, recording its highest high in two weeks. Following a low of $0.06839 only yesterday, IOTX/USD recorded a high of $0.07874 during Tuesday's session. This saw prices climb by as much as 13%, and comes as the support level of $0.06650 was held following recent attempts at a breakout. Although GRT did not yet hit its resistance of $.08175, the 14-day has rise... read More

DCG and Multicoin Capital Launch a $205M Fund to Accelerate The Graph De...

    Digital Currency Group (DCG), Multicoin Capital, Reciprocal Ventures, and other investors introduced a $205 million ecosystem fund to support developers building on The Graph. The protocol currently powers numerous decentralized applications built on Ethereum, NEAR, Polygon, Avalanche, Fantom, Binance Smart Chain, and more. The Joint $205M Fund According to a document seen by CryptoPotato, several prominent names in the cryptocurrency industry joined forces to establish the multimillion fund and assist with The Graph’s future progress. These include the US-based Digital Currency Group, the investment firm Multicoin Capital, gumi Cryptos Capital, NGC Ventures, HashKey, and Reciprocal Ventures. The market capitalization of decentralized applications is expected to exceed $360 billion by 2027. As such, developers need efficient tools to cope with that increase. Craig Burel – an executive at Reciprocal Ventures – said many of the nowadays blockchain apps that people interact with are powered by centralized platforms. “To expedite that future, we have come together with some of the biggest players in the crypto industry to provide strategic capital and resources to developers aligned with The Graph’s mission to bring Web3 to fruition,” he outlined. HashKey Group, which already contributes to The Graph ecosystem, will support infrastructure-related products. It will also guide dApps and network participants looking to access institutional markets... read More

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