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Hathor  

#HTR

HTR Price:
$0.10
Volume:
$828.7 K
All Time High:
$2.50
Market Cap:
$25.1 M


Circulating Supply:
242,338,504
Exchanges:
3+
Total Supply:
869,464,480
Markets:
4+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
6



  HTR PRICE


The price of #HTR today is $0.10 USD.

The lowest HTR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.103, and the exact current price of one HTR crypto coin is $0.10345.

The all-time high HTR coin price was $2.50.

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


  HTR OVERVIEW


The code for Hathor crypto currency is #HTR.

Hathor is 2.2 years old.


  HTR MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Hathor is $25,069,129.

Hathor is ranked #434, by market cap (and other factors).


  HTR VOLUME


The trading volume is medium during the past 24 hours for #HTR.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Hathor is $828,730.


  HTR SUPPLY


The circulating supply of HTR is 242,338,504 coins, which is 28% of the total coin supply.


  HTR EXCHANGES


HTR is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  HTR RESOURCES


Websitehathor.network
Whitepapers3.amazonaws.com/hathor-public-files/hathor-white-...
TwitterHathorNetwork
Redditr/HathorNetwork
TelegramHathorOfficial
DiscordaWukZZX


  HTR DEVELOPER NEWS



Hathor Wallet: Web Integration and Security Update

Apps are coming to Hathor Wallet - We are pleased to announce this quarter we will start a project to enable the Hathor wallet to communicate with web apps, also known as dApps (decentralized applications). This will be a fundamental step in allowing our ecosystem to grow safely, and it is an important step in making HTR more accessible and more interoperable with different solutions, whether they are other blockchains, enterprise solutions, or native projects built on Hathor Network by the community. The development of the web wallet is deeply tied to all of the core developments that we are currently working on and plan to bring to the network in the future. We are still finalizing the design, but even at this early stage, we would like to present all of the solutions that the team is considering. Given that our primary evaluation criteria are always security, usability, and business feasibility. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. 1) Build our own browser extension wallet. 2) Build an interface that enables the Hathor mobile and desktop wallets to communicate with the browser, e.g., by scanning a QR code or using deep linking to log in to dapps and sign transactions. Wallet Connect is one of the possible routes we are considering for this. 3) Integrate with MetaMask using MetaMask Snaps. MetaMask Snaps is a set of tools that let developers integrate other protocols into MetaMask and extend the functionality...




Hathor Labs Q4/2022 Report

Today we release our Q4/2022 Report, summarizing all the development led by Hathor Labs on Hathor Network. Throughout this document, we cover all the achievements of the fourth quarter of 2022 in technology, business, and marketing, to provide maximum transparency for our actions to our community of builders, entrepreneurs, and blockchain enthusiasts. To start reading the full report, please download it using the link. — About Hathor Network - Hathor Network is a PoW-based novel distributed ledger architecture that combines DAG and blockchain data structures. Our network’s unique design solves significant bottlenecks built with scalability, usability, and decentralization in mind, preventing the broad adoption of the technology. Hathor Network has been on mainnet since January 2020, experiencing exponential growth in the number of custom tokens, active wallets, and mining hash rate. You can find more about us on our Website, Twitter, Discord, and Telegram channel. Hathor Labs Q4/2022 Report was originally published in Hathor Network on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




How Hathor solves the blockchain trilemma

Hathor combines blockchain and DAG technology to scale. In this post, we’ll cover everything you need to know about how the network does this without taking hits to its security and decentralization levels and how this architecture speeds up transaction finality time as traffic increases. Let’s begin with the tl;dr: medium.com To understand transaction finality time on Hathor, we must first look at how transactions are confirmed. Bitcoin’s main scalability problem is that its transactions sit inside the blocks, and the number of transactions that can fit is limited by the block size. Hathor blocks, on the other hand, are very simple. There are no transactions inside, so they are lightweight and fast to propagate into the network. Hathor transactions live outside the blocks in a DAG of transactions. Whenever a new transaction comes along, it gets included in the DAG. Transactions are only connected to other transactions. Blocks, on the other hand, are connected to both blocks and transactions, and they form a blockchain inside the DAG. This blockchain inside the DAG confirms the transactions. Every time a new block is found it confirms two transactions in the DAG. Each of these transactions again confirms two previous transactions. This is repeated until the whole DAG of transactions has been confirmed. So it doesn’t matter if there are 2, 10, or 10,000 transactions between two blocks. All transactions that have come...




Use case integration best practices

This post describes security best practices for use cases that integrate with Hathor Network to improve the reliability of their operations. There are multiple ways that a use case can integrate with Hathor. Below is a common architecture compliant with our recommendations: You have software that runs operations off-chain and is used by your customers., Your software connects to a headless wallet that communicates with a full node. The full node is connected to Hathor’s P2P network., The headless wallet will handle all events from the full node to keep its balance and transaction history updated. The headless software has APIs to manage a wallet, i.e., get addresses, create and push transactions to the network, create new tokens, and some other features described in the project repository., — Run more than one node. — We strongly recommend use cases to run two or more full nodes as protection against direct attacks on their full nodes. Your full nodes should not be connected to each other (node1 must have node2 in the blacklist and vice versa. See below for instructions on how to create a blacklist). This is important to mitigate some attack vectors. Remember that the transactions will be propagated by the P2P network, and all your full nodes will receive the transactions eventually during regular network activity. — Validate new transactions on more than one full node before accepting them. — Let...




Sync Protocol v2 is coming

What is the sync protocol? - In a decentralized blockchain like Hathor, each full node connected to the peer-to-peer network keeps a local copy of the blockchain database. This copy must be in sync with all other network peers. And that is precisely what the synchronization protocol does: It detects changes in the blockchain (e.g., new transactions and blocks) and updates its local database accordingly so that all full nodes are kept in sync with the peer-to-peer network. When a full node starts from scratch, it must run a full synchronization. In other words, it must download the whole blockchain database to have its own local copy. This process can be time-consuming and gets slower as the blockchain grows. This year, Hathor’s full node will receive a major upgrade in its synchronization protocol. This upgrade covers many lessons learned with the first version of the protocol and will speed up the sync while consuming less memory, internet bandwidth, and CPU. The upgrade will also give our engineering team better control over the mempool and Nano Contracts, benefitting all network participants. — Upgrade benefits - We have designed, developed, and tested a new and improved version of the sync protocol, and we are now preparing to roll out this upgrade to Hathor’s mainnet. Here are some of the main advantages you can expect to see from the upgrade: Sync v2 will consume less CPU and memory and thus help network growt...




Hathor Labs Q3/2022 Report

Today we release our Q3/2022 Report, summarizing all the development led by Hathor Labs on Hathor Network. Throughout this document, we cover all the achievements of the third quarter of 2022 in technology, business, and marketing, to provide maximum transparency for our actions to our community of builders, entrepreneurs, and blockchain enthusiasts. To start reading the full report, please download it using the link. — About Hathor Network - Hathor Network is a PoW-based novel distributed ledger architecture that combines DAG and blockchain data structures. Our network’s unique design solves significant bottlenecks built with scalability, usability, and decentralization in mind, preventing the broad adoption of the technology. Hathor Network has been on mainnet since January 2020, experiencing exponential growth in the number of custom tokens, active wallets, and mining hash rate. You can find more about us on our Website, Twitter, Discord, and Telegram channel. Hathor Labs Q3/2022 Report was originally published in Hathor Network on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Atomic Swaps — enabling trustless layer 1 token swaps

Atomic Swaps — enabling trustless layer one token swaps - — What are Atomic Swaps? - Atomic Swaps let you exchange different tokens on Hathor in the same transaction and have been supported natively in the Hathor protocol since the early days. All Hathor assets are supported, so you can swap both HTR, custom tokens, and NFTs. If you’re a developer and want to dive right into it, here’s an extensive guide with code examples. Cross-chain atomic swaps on other networks are more complex to use than ours and require smart contracts. More specifically, they use Hashed Timelock Contracts (HTLC), a smart contract that locks a transaction until both parties validate it, i.e., the tokens you deposit to the contract address will only be swapped when the transactions are “approved”. All parties receive their tokens back if the transaction hasn’t been validated before reaching the agreed-upon time limit. With our native layer one support for Atomic Swaps that don’t require smart contracts, we simplify the entire swap process, removing complexity and risk for both developers and users. — The anatomy of Atomic Swaps - The general flow of an Atomic Swap is that all users will fill the transaction with their own inputs and outputs, then sign the transaction before it is ready to be relayed to the network, just like any other regular transaction. Let’s examine the basics of an Atomic Swap between Alice and...




Wallet Security report

This note is related to allegedly stolen HTR tokens reported by community members. We have given support to all users who reported their issues to us. The reports were taken with relevance and responsiveness from our team, escalating to our engineering team and unfolding a security inspection of the following wallets: Hathor Wallet Desktop v0.22.0 for macOS, Linux, and Windows., Hathor Wallet Mobile v0.17.1 for iOS and Android., Hathor Headless Wallet v0.11.0., Hathor Wallet Library v0.33.1., No security issues were found during the inspection. Our engineering team inspected the seed generation process and every interaction with the xpriv inside the wallets. We also confirmed that no sensitive information is ever shared outside the wallet application, including but not limited to the seed, xpriv, passphrase, password, and PIN. It came to our attention that many users who lost their tokens have shared their seeds across multiple wallets. This is not a good practice and should always be avoided. So we would like to take this opportunity to highlight some best practices to keep your tokens safe: You should never share seed words between different devices, e.g., mobile, desktop software wallet, and Ledger., Consider using the Ledger hardware wallet for extra protection. Ledger keeps your seed and private keys stored outside your computer, being the safest choice to protect your tokens., Consider spreading your assets acro...




Multisig support in the Headless Wallet

We have just added multisig support in the latest version of our Hathor Headless Wallet. This article gives a general introduction to multisig and what you can do with it. If you’re a developer and want to dive right into it and start implementing multisig yourself, please refer to these links: Multisig RFC, Multisig design for the headless wallet, Guide to using the headless wallet as a multisig wallet, Download the latest version of the headless wallet, Important notes: You should upgrade to Headless Wallet v0.14.0 if you want to support multisig, You must validate all user addresses to determine whether it’s a multisig address or not, Your data validation must be case sensitive, — What is multisig? - A multi-signature (multisig for short) wallet requires more than one key to unlock and can drastically improve the security of your cryptocurrency if done right. A multisig wallet is a wallet shared by two or more users, called copayers. Depending on the wallet configuration, the number of signatures required to sign a transaction will be lower or equal to the number of copayers controlling the wallet. For example, if you have a multisig wallet shared by three people and all three signatures are required to sign a transaction, we call that a 3–3 (“3 of 3”) wallet. If the wallet only requires two of the three people to sign a transaction, it is a 2–3 wallet. In our multisig solution, we have chosen ...




Hathor Snapshot #9

Just as promised, Hathor’s dedicated community letter is back with another edition. Your greatest source for monthly updates on Hathor made its official return last May with Snapshot #8. This month, we’re back with another great volume to keep you in the loop. We hope you enjoy it! — Hathor Explorer Update: Custom Tokens/NFT search enabled! - Our new Hathor Explorer update allows users to explore all custom tokens and NFTs created on Hathor Network through a simple and clean interface. This adds to the already easy-to-use token minting feature of our Hathor Wallet. Together these attributes create a seamless experience for bringing new tokens into the ecosystem and easily scanning for them. The main focus for this update is to have a simple navigation tool for users to access all of the detailed information about your favorite tokens and NFTs. You can simply copy the address link at the top of your search bar and paste it to reference your insights on a specific token or NFT on social media. Bragging about your favorite collections just went another step further. medium.com — WorkAxle showcase at UNLEASH America - For those who haven’t become familiar with WorkAxle, this is indeed one of the most interesting use cases currently powered by Hathor Network. Built by a team of top developers, market analysts and UX innovators, they are reinventing the way that companies organize and foster their workforce...




  HTR NEWS


Crypto derivatives platform BitCoke raises $20M USD led by Huobi

    BitCoke, a crypto spot & derivatives exchange, on May 12th confirmed that it successfully raised $20 million in a strategic private round in early 2022. The funds will be primarily used by the centralized exchange to design and develop key features connecting CEX with decentralized exchange (DEX) features. According to BitCoke's official blog, the financing deal was reached with a group of investors led by Huobi Exchange, and also included others, such as RedLine DAO, Krypital, LD Capital, AKG, VRM, Mint, WeBlock, 7 Clock, HTR, NFTGO, LTP, Scorpio, Eureka, Hotbit, JL Capital, Pento. 'As BitCoke continues to adapt to the paradigm shift in crypto trading, this institutional investment will accelerate the development of the exchange and the promotion of BitCoke native token, as well as help us explore the merging between CEX and DEX exchanges.'   - Pietro Riccio, CEO of BitCoke Exchange Charles, head of Huobi investment arm, stated, 'BitCoke is a dedicated exchange that focuses on the derivatives market, and is known for its professional products and friendly user experience. Huobi believes BitCoke is a trusted reliable partner for collaboration.' BitCoke is regarded as the world's first Quanto swap crypto exchange, with trader-centric features, i.e. fair matching, fast execution, and low fees. Its original products, like the Quanto swap, proprietary chart, and fund management system, make the exchange popular among traders, funds, and asset management firms. BitCoke has lo... read More



MetaDerby Completes $2.5M Funding Round Led by Ava Labs and Old Fashion ...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Los Angeles, USA / California, 22nd March 2022] MetaDerby, Avalanche’s first free-to-play-and-earn horse racing and breeding game, has raised a total of $2.5M in its seed round led by Ava Labs and Old Fashion Research. Other investors in this round include Avalaunch, AventuresDAO, Shima Capital, LD Capital, Keychain Capital, Magnus Capital, Hailstone Ventures, IndiGG, Coins.ph, Dux, MVM DAO and HTR Group. MetaDerby is the ultimate union of a horse racing game and a breeding-inspired metaverse where anyone can earn tokens through skilled gameplay and contribution to the DerbyVerse. MetaDerby also redefines the horse-racing gaming experience, making it accessible and profitable to gamers with its free-to-play model and blockchain-based integration including a create-to-earn land system, decentralized finance (DeFi) staking, and NFT marketplace. MetaDerby has a core team consisting of crypto-native veterans from Binance and Animoca Brands, and has already built an active community of over 70,000 play-to-earn and NFT enthusiasts across various social mediums. “MetaDerby is made for crypto gamers by a group of solid Web3 builders. We really appreciate the support and feedback from our active community, who have contributed over 4,000 votes to MetaDerby in the Avalanche Hackathon. With the confidence and backing from our investors, our team is committed to building the best play-to-earn game in the Avalanche ecosystem.” said Mike, founder of Meta... read More



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