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HOPR Price:
$59.1 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$20.8 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #HOPR today is $0.05 USD.

The lowest HOPR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.052, and the exact current price of one HOPR crypto coin is $0.05224.

The all-time high HOPR coin price was $2.16.

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


The code for HOPR crypto currency is also #HOPR.

HOPR is 2.2 years old.


The current market capitalization for HOPR is $20,788,021.

HOPR is ranked #441 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a modest volume of trading today on #HOPR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for HOPR is $59,104.


The circulating supply of HOPR is 397,915,366 coins, which is 306% of the maximum coin supply.


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

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


HOPR is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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



Easter Hunt Solution

Thanks to everyone who attempted our fiendish Easter Puzzle! Here’s the solution. The first thing to do is fill in the crossword grid. Just using the solution tools in the app will give a completely fake answer: GRASSHOPPER The real string of letters is: EASBTNRYUEN This can be anagrammed to give EASTER BUNNY Full answers and explanations to the clues can be found at the bottom of this post. Once the grid is complete, a message appears around the border: ADD HOP INTO SIX THEN INDEX So we need to find six things to put HOP into and then a number to index. Looking at the across answers, we can find six where HOP can be added to give a new word or phrase, one in each of the seven rows. PIER + HOP = HOPPIER WINDOWS + HOP = WINDOWSHOP ALONG + HOP = HOP-ALONG SCOTCH + HOP = HOPSCOTCH STALKER + HOP = SHOPTALKER LITE + HOP = HOPLITE These can be placed into the second grid, with the HOPs lining up with the yellow squares (although it’s uncertain which way round HOPPIER and HOPLITE go) Now we need to get a number for the indexing. The rebus is obviously what we need. Google Image search should help decipher the squares. Reading from top left to bottom right, we get: BRACKET (wall bracket) BRACKET BRACKET FIFTY-THREE (Logo of playing card company 52 Plus Joker) TIMES (Times newspaper) TEN (Number 10 Downing Street) CARET (The answer to 22d in the crossword) THREE (Defunct UK telecom company) BRACKET MINUS ONE (BBC TV c...

Hop To It: The Second Edition Of Our Annual Easter Hunt

This year we have our second HOPR Easter Hunt, and this is an extremely difficult one: Hop To It. Read below to see how to play and how you can get your hands on 5,000 HOPR tokens or an APR-boosting NFT. — The Hunt & How To Win. — Complete the crossword. Standard cryptic crossword rules apply. All entries can be found in Chambers. When complete, the highlighted letters can be arranged into something topical. Once you’ve reached this far, you can quote retweet the announcement message on Twitter with your answer and wallet address. The first 50 to do so will get an APR-boosting Bronze NFT. But for those of you hunting the 5,000 HOPR prize: the completed grid contains a hidden instruction. Follow it, using the rebus and second grid, to reveal an answer describing my faith that the community will solve this. The first person to quote retweet the announcement tweet with the correct solution and their wallet address will be airdropped 5,000 HOPR tokens and a diamond APR-boosting NFT. A big prize for a difficult puzzle. — Across. — 6 Uproot ripe dock (4) 9 Love a party? Something to have in moderation (9) 10 OS with network source contents for those who’ve lost other half (7) 11 Tempting spirits in copper bins? Not half! (6) 12 Os is oversized, minimum boundaries added (6) 14 Software goal: single vote provides source of extra material (8) 16 Easter creature laughing about enjoying 22 by the sound o...

Privacy Matters: Comparing RPCh to Other RPC Providers

As the world of Web3 continues to expand, the importance of privacy and security cannot be overstated. One of the key components that developers and users interact with daily is the Remote Procedure Call (RPC), which facilitates communication between decentralized services and the blockchain. In this blog post, we will compare RPCh (RPC over HOPR) with other popular RPC providers, including Infura, Alchemy, QuickNode, and POKT, in terms of their privacy and security offerings. — Centralized Solutions: Infura, Alchemy, and QuickNode. — Infura, Alchemy, and QuickNode are some of the most well-known RPC providers out there. However, they all share one major downside: centralization. Although these providers claim to have strict privacy policies, they still have unchecked access to user data. Consequently, users just have to trust these providers not to harvest or misuse their private information as titans in Web 2.0 have. Trust, don’t verify? This becomes a much larger issue when you realize how revealing the requests/responses your RPC provider processes are. Users are giving away a complete picture of everything they do online and how they spend their every second. Every small interaction with a Web3 service is recorded and timestamped. Leaving users completely exposed for data harvesting, MEV exploits and all kinds of abuse. — Decentralized Solutions: POKT, Decentralized Infura. — POKT or Infura’s...

The State of web3 Privacy: Blockwallet x HOPR Discussion

RPCh is now live and providing truly private crypto transactions for the first time. You can try it for yourself here. And the first wallet to integrate RPCh is BlockWallet. BlockWallet are an awesome team with privacy close to their hearts, and like HOPR they’re members of the Leading Privacy Alliance of web3 (LPA). RPCh founder Sebastian Bürgel and BlockWallet founder Aleksandras Gaska recently sat down to chat all things privacy. If you prefer your discussions in spoken form, we covered some similar topics in our Twitter Space, which also included a representative from Gnosis Chain. SB: Why is privacy so important in web3? AG: At its heart, Web3 is about restoring freedom and choice to the internet. People are understandably excited about building trustless, decentralized software, but we shouldn’t forget that privacy and liberty are intervened. If you aren’t free to choose which data you do and don’t share, you will always rely on trust assumptions. Blockchain has been built to remove the need for these assumptions. At first, we built trust solely via transparency, but now we have the luxury of being much more granular with our data, largely thanks to technologies such as zero-knowledge proofs. What do you think of the state of privacy in web3? I think Web3 has a ton of potential, and it’s awesome to see a community that really cares about privacy. Of course, building truly private apps isn’t a walk in t...

Cracking the Code: Solving the Mini 24-Hour Hackathon

This is a quick look over how to solve the mini 24-hour hackathon we released last week. For some of you, this was even the first bit of code you ever wrote, so for those who fell short, here is a quick guide on what you needed to do to solve the problem. — The Problem. — The hackathon asked you to withdraw exactly “1 mHOPR” from a node which had exposed its credentials: “API URL” & “API KEY”. The API KEY that was “exposed” was actually a key created using the new capability-based API feature to generate a token which would allow you only to access the “accountWithdraw” endpoint of the node at the API level. — Conceptual Solution. — To communicate with a HOPR node or to another device in general, you need two things: An endpoint to send your instructions/requests to, A way to structure your instructions, so the device understands it (the relevant API), So to solve this problem, you need to find these two pieces of information on the HOPR docs. — What You Needed To Find. — You were provided with the information that you needed to use the “accountWithdraw” API, so the first step was to locate this on the HOPR documentation at: The first two things that you needed to find here were: The endpoint suffix is “/api/v2/account/withdraw”, The API Key is added as a header parameter, This, paired with the leaked credentials, you now have roughl...

Adaptive Privacy

With the release of RPCh, the first commercial service developed on HOPR, it is a great time to discuss the concept of adaptive privacy. But first, we’ll need to go over a constraint inherent to all anonymous communication (AC) protocols — the anonymity trilemma. — What is the anonymity trilemma? - The anonymity trilemma states that any AC protocol can only choose two: low bandwidth overhead, low latency, or strong anonymity. It is widely accepted that low bandwidth overhead and low latency AC protocols such as Tor can only provide a weak form of anonymity. Tor is demonstrably vulnerable to various traffic correlation attacks. Here we define strong privacy under the threat model, where we must obscure the source and destination of traffic movement from a powerful global passive adversary that can additionally passively compromise some of the nodes on the network. In most AC-related literature, a protocol that can defend against this threat model is considered to be extremely private but usually comes with one of two tradeoffs: High latency as is the case with threshold mixnets that rely on communication delays., High bandwidth overhead as seen with approaches such as the “Dining cryptographers” network or its extensions, where they rely on sufficient background noise to generate anonymity., HOPR employs both these concepts, but as a comprehensive solution, it aims to provide the tools and customization nece...

Bring Your Own Provider (BYOP)

RPCh went live in ETH Denver this February at a sold-out event! With a major announcement: BlockWallet becomes the first wallet to officially integrate RPCh. But wallet integrations aren’t the only way for you to use RPCh. You can use RPCh on any wallet across any EVM chain by running the RPCh server with Docker. Here’s a quick look at how to use RPCh with your wallet provider. — Prerequisite: Install Docker - To run the RPCh server locally, you need to use Docker, so before continuing, you must ensure you have Docker installed on your device. You can install Docker here. — Running RPCh - Once you have Docker installed, you can run RPCh by going to and following these two simple steps. 1.) First, under the Docker section, click the download button to open the popup with your unique secret token and docker command. 2.) Next, copy the ‘Run RPCh’ command and paste it into your terminal. Make sure you have Docker installed on your device. That’s all! Now you have an RPCh server running locally and can use it with your wallet. — Using RPCh - The popup will give you a default RPC URL which you can add to your wallet to use RPCh as long as you have RPCh running. The default URL is: localhost Note: if you are using a VPS, replace ‘localhost’ with your VPS IP address. The default URL is for Gnosis chain. Simply replace the ‘exit provider’ URL with whatever RPC provider you wa...

The Road to RPCh — part 4

The Road to RPCh — part 4 - Over the past few months, we’ve built a prototype, hosted a hackathon, hired a whole new team, specced out RPCh as a service to give wallets (and users) their first private blockchain gateway, and built a sandbox version to show that it was all feasible. If that wasn’t enough, now comes the real challenge: a version of RPCh that’s truly live, handling real users’ crypto transactions over the real HOPR network. We decided this version will be an alpha. Not all the features will be implemented, and first clients and users will have realistic expectations about reliability, bugs, and other gremlins that go with any early code release. But of course it still needs to work. To get ready for alpha, the team expanded again. Experienced front-end developer Michal was brought over on a shared basis from HOPR’s comm team, and new-hire Martins was recruited to help with RPCh’s growing devops requirements. — Into the Weeds - One of the major gear shifts in developing RPCh alpha was the increased focus on details and testing. It’s fun to talk about privacy in theory and play with prototypes, but a real product needs to survive and thrive in the real world. The world of supply, demand, and razor-thin margins. RPCh needs to handle live calls made by real users going about their DeFi business. This creates two issues of scale: Can RPCh (and the HOPR network underneath it) handle live...

HOPR DAO v0.6 Results and Analysis

The Sixth HOPR DAO experiment has now ended. Thanks to everyone who participated on the forum and the almost 300 voters! This was our fastest experiment yet, with just a week between the announcement and the conclusion. We continue to adjust and refine our DAO processes to try and find the right mix between dynamism, autonomy, and ensuring everyone’s voice is properly captured. The topic this time round was bug bounties. The HOPR Association will be setting up a bug bounty on the Hats Finance platform and funding it with 1m HOPR tokens. Since Hats takes a decentralized approach to bug bounties, it made sense to ask the DAO to contribute too. You can hear more about the background and discussion of decentralized bug bounties and token security in our Twitter Space recording. Thanks to the Hats team for joining and your insights. — Proposals - The primary proposal was whether the DAO should contribute to a bug bounty vault on The secondary proposal asked how many tokens the DAO should contribute. This would only come into effect if the primary proposal passed. — Results - As always, the vote took place on Snapshot with quadratic voting applied to smooth out the effect of larger token holders. The primary proposal passed almost unanimously. Even after applying quadratic voting, the result was 95.53% in favour, an almost unanimous result The secondary proposal was closer. In the end the winning option...

DAO Experiment v0.6

It’s time for the sixth HOPR DAO experiment! For this experiment we’ll be asking the DAO’s opinion on contributing to a bug bounty vault for the HOPR staking program, hosted on the Hats bug bounty platform. The HOPR Association will be contributing 1m HOPR tokens, and this value can be boosted by the DAO or individual token holders. Each experiment we try something new, and this time round we’ll be running a streamlined process with the discussion and voting phases overlapping. Discussion begins at 2pm CET on Thursday 9th February, with the vote starting 24hrs later. Both phases will end at 2pm CET on Monday February 13th. — Proposals - There will be two proposals this time round, a primary proposal and a secondary proposal: Primary Proposal: Should the HOPR DAO contribute to a bug bounty on the HOPR Season 6 Staking Contract, hosted on the Hats Finance platform? Secondary Proposal: How much should the HOPR DAO contribute to the bug bounty on the HOPR Season 6 Staking Contract? Both proposals will be available to discuss and vote simultaneously, but the secondary proposal will only trigger if the primary proposal passes. — Proposal Context - Bug bounties are a common approach to software security. The idea is that finding a bug or an exploit in a piece of code and disclosing it privately earns you a reward. The more severe the exploit, the higher the bounty. The logic is that if a hacker finds an exploit...

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