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HI

hi Dollar  

#HI

HI Price:
$0.05
Volume:
$545.8 K
All Time High:
$3.16
Market Cap:
$21.9 M


Circulating Supply:
426,521,299
Exchanges:
3
Total Supply:
9,193,524,008
Markets:
3
Max Supply:
Pairs:
3



  HI PRICE


The price of #HI today is $0.05 USD.

The lowest HI price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.051, and the exact current price of one HI crypto coin is $0.05129.

The all-time high HI coin price was $3.16.

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


  HI OVERVIEW


The code for hi Dollar crypto currency is #HI.

hi Dollar is 1.2 years old.


  HI MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for hi Dollar is $21,876,959.

hi Dollar is ranking upwards to #435 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  HI VOLUME


There is a medium daily trading volume on #HI.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for hi Dollar is $545,834.


  HI SUPPLY


The circulating supply of HI is 426,521,299 coins, which is 5% of the total coin supply.


  HI BLOCKCHAIN


HI is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the HI Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  HI EXCHANGES


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

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


  HI RESOURCES


Websitehi.com
Whitepapercms.hi.com/uploads/hi_Whitepaper_en_4da11a89e8.pdf
Twitterhi_com_official
Redditr/hi_official
Telegramhi_official
Mediumhi-official
Instagramhi.com.official


  HI DEVELOPER NEWS



CertiK Completes Successful Audit of hi Dollar Smart Contract

Membership token of hi preparing for launch July 28, 2021 — The hi Dollar (HI), the membership token of hi, the innovative not-for-profit financial services provider, received a successful smart contract audit from CertiK, a leading formal verification platform, in preparation for its launch no later than 1 August 2021. hi chose to conduct its native token’s audit with CertiK due to their focus on security, transparency, and innovation within cybersecurity. The hi Dollar is a membership token and its primary function is to drive utility within the hi ecosystem to the benefit of its members. This audit was conducted to ensure the foundational pillars of compliance and security are firmly in place within the token, reflecting hi’s “defense in depth” culture in its continuous efforts to manage and mitigate risk. CertiK audits blockchain ecosystems and smart contracts through Formal Verification, a process which evaluates the source code of a given program through rigorous mathematical theorems. Over 500 companies have partnered with or received audits from CertiK. As a financial services company, hi places the security of its 650,000+ members above all else. By conducting Formal Verification with CertiK, both companies are furthering the protection of the digital asset industry. The report can be found at www.certik.org. About CertiK CertiK is a blockchain and smart contract verification platform that approaches ...




Preparing for the creation of the hi Dollar

We are now just days away from officially launching our membership token, the hi Dollar. This is a BIG moment for everyone at hi, and a milestone we have been looking forward to since the very beginning of our journey. But what does it mean for you — our members — and what should you expect? Following token creation, you will be able to find the hi Dollar — ticker symbol HI — on the Ethereum blockchain, and the wallet addresses will be published on our website and in the Whitepaper. Watch this video as Sean talks us through the most important steps you need to be aware of, as well as some exciting updates about the minting of the hi Dollar, and a new introduction to your wallets called Vault. medium.com Let’s get hi together! Preparing for the creation of the hi Dollar was originally published in hi Official on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




hi Announces Investment Partnerships to Accelerate Growth

Three blue chip funds commit to push for mass adoption 7 July, 2021 — Today, the world’s first membership-powered financial service for crypto and fiat — hi — announced strategic investment partnerships with three of the world’s leading innovation and technology funds: HashKey — Global Fintech Fund: A leader in the digital asset community, portfolio spans blockchain technology, exchange platforms, capital, custody and liquidity. Notable recent investments include BlockFi, Polkadot and Animoca Brands. Hashed — Global Blockchain Fund: Founded in 2017 and with a footprint across Seoul and Silicon Valley, global portfolio includes investments in EOS, Ethereum and Terra. Longling Capital — Global internet and de-fi Fund: Founded by Mike Cai — China’s preeminent angel investor — portfolio includes some of China’s largest internet and technology companies: 265.com, Meitu and 4399. hi’s pilot service is a cross-ecosystem financial services platform through the world’s most popular social media messengers, such as WhatsApp and Telegram. In less than two months of private-beta, hi has amassed 300,000+ members from over 130 countries. The investment will be used to accelerate hi’s impressive early membership growth, with a focus on product innovation and deeper penetration into key geographies. Founded by former CEO of Bitcoin.com, Stefan Rüst, and former CMO of Crypto.co...




What is a Not-for-Profit Bank?

Not-for-Profit Financial Services for Everyone - Bringing the Concept of the Community Banking into the Digital Age In the current financial system, the people with less money pay more for financial services. Hard-earned income is eroded by fees — from remittances and wire costs to overdraft and ATM charges — while payday loans and finance charges are extortionate. Banks make money off of you, not for you.In the current system, the people with less money pay more for financial services. Photo Credit: Unsplash A different solution comes from the early days of the financial system. Just as many insurance companies started as mutual aid associations, employees of cities (eg. teachers) or of a large employers created member-owned banks to provide loans and deposit services to members. These had many names from building societies, co-operative banks, to credit unions. These are not-for-profit financial entities that aim to serve their members rather than seeking to maximize profits like a bank does. As a result they offer better savings rates, lower loan rates and reduced fees for their members.A different approach to the for-profit approach A new world At hi, we offer not-for-profit digital banking leveraging the development of the Internet, mobile data services and payment systems which have opened up the possibility of economic empowerment by enabling more people to access the financial ecosystem. All hi’s p...




The Wrong Mindset

Traditional Banks Choose to Charge Their Customers with a For-Profit MindsetBanks make money off you, not for you. Photo Credit: Unsplash Bank fees whether hidden or right in front of your face are not cool, particularly when you don’t even know what they are for. Ultimately a bank’s prime objective is to maximize profits: They make money off you, not for you! hi sees things differently — we seek to maxzimize member value, not profits. Our members will be able to buy, exchange, and transfer money in real-time, with no added fees. Compare that with legacy systems from the last century and huge staff and real estate obligations, traditional banks are always looking at ways to charge their customers — even for the smallest of issues. How much? In 2020, Citigroup earned $11B USD in profits, while JP Morgan loaded up $29B USD!Traditional banks are always looking at ways to charge their customers for the smallest of issues. How traditional banks mismanage your money with fees: Minimum account balance fees: Some banks require customers to keep a minimum balance every month. If the balance dips below this — the customer gets hit with a fee., Withdrawal and transfer fees: Many accounts allow customers only a certain number of transactions each month. More than that? The bank charges a service fee., ATM fees: If customers make excessive withdrawals from ATMs or if they use machines out of their bank’s net...



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