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|The price of #HTR today is $0.05 USD.|
The lowest HTR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.052, and the current live price for one HTR coin is $0.05231.
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 ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Hathor crypto currency is #HTR. |
Hathor is 3 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Hathor is $13,020,844.|
Hathor is ranked #542 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a medium volume of trading today on #HTR.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Hathor is $127,299.
|The circulating supply of HTR is 248,931,704 coins, which is 29% of the total coin supply.|
Brazilian Stock Exchange launches tokenized bonds on Hathor Network
In a groundbreaking move that signals the rapid integration of blockchain technology into the traditional financial sector, the Brazilian Stock Exchange (B3) has joined forces with a major bank to launch tokenized private bonds utilizing Hathor Network blockchain technology. This pioneering initiative marks a significant milestone in the evolution of Brazil’s financial landscape, showcasing the potential for blockchain to revolutionize traditional financial instruments. Let’s delve deeper into this exciting development and its implications for the future. — The Emergence of Tokenized Private Bonds - Private bonds, which are debt instruments issued by companies, are a popular investment option for investors seeking fixed income. Traditionally, these private bonds are traded in a centralized manner, with manual processes and intermediaries involved. By leveraging Hathor Network’s blockchain infrastructure, B3 and other financial institutions are set to revolutionize the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of private bond issuance and trading. The decentralized nature of blockchain eliminates the need for intermediaries and manual processes, reducing operational costs and streamlining transactions. This not only accelerates the settlement process but also enhances overall market efficiency. Additionally, the utilization of blockchain technology provides greater transparency, reducing counterparty risk and improving tr...
Hathor Labs Q1/2023 Report
Here we present our Q1/2023 Report, which summarizes Hathor Labs’ development on the Hathor Network. Throughout this paper, we cover all of the successes of the first quarter of 2023 in technology, business, and marketing to completely disclose what we do for our community of builders, entrepreneurs, and blockchain enthusiasts. Please use the link to get the full report and begin reading it. — 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 Q1/2023 Report was originally published in Hathor Network on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
Nano Contracts’ data model
Most blockchains today are either based on a UTXO or an account model. In this article, we look at both models, their differences, advantages and disadvantages, and how we are cherrypicking the best of both worlds for Nano Contracts. TLDR: Hathor transactions use the UTXO model, which is analogous to cash bills, while the account model can be compared with a traditional bank account. Nano Contracts will use a mix of the two models to deliver the optimal solution in terms of safety, security, usability, and speed. If you’re still with us, let’s dive into the details. Please note that Nano Contracts are currently in development, and some of our decisions can, and probably will, change along the way. — The UTXO model - Like Bitcoin, Litecoin, Zcash, and many other blockchains, Hathor uses the UTXO model. We call it that because the funds are stored in Unspent Transaction Outputs (UTXOs) that can be used only once. Every transaction spends some UTXOs and creates new ones. More specifically, the transaction spends the inputs, which are UTXOs of other transactions, and creates new outputs that will be used by future transactions. This makes UTXOs very similar to cash. Just like you can’t divide a paper bill, a UTXO value has to be consumed as a whole. If you spend a $10 bill buying something (input) and receive back $5 (output), you can use that $5 to make a future payment, at which point it will become an input. U...
BRZ & Hathor Network FAQs
Hathor Network recently announced its integration of BRZ stablecoin, which is pegged to the Brazilian currency. This development provides a reliable payment alternative for the cryptocurrency community. Notably, it is the first time that the stablecoin has been integrated into a major blockchain created by Brazilians, marking a significant milestone for both Hathor and BRZ. The integration demonstrates the growth of the BRZ project in the crypto market and is expected to enhance its adoption. We understand that you may have questions about this exciting partnership, and that’s why Hathor Network and BRZ have answered some questions from the community to bring you more information. So, if you’re curious about what this integration means for the future of digital currencies, we encourage you to check it out. When can we expect the minting and launch of this new stablecoin? The stablecoin on Hathor Network has already been launched! While a small amount has already been minted for testing purposes, the increase in supply will depend on demand., How will the supply of this new stablecoin be managed, and will it change over time? The supply of this BRL stablecoin will be adjusted according to demand, meaning that it will be flexible and can change over time. However, it’s worth noting that Transfero is the issuer and controller of BRZ, not Hathor., Could you please provide information on how to acquire the new stablecoin? ...
Wallet Connect Support
Earlier this year, we announced our plans for integrating the Hathor Wallet with web apps (dapps) and Nano Contracts. Since then, we have created technical designs and proofs of concept for the solutions we have been considering. After weighing each solution's pros and cons, we decided to start with implementing support for WalletConnect in our mobile and desktop wallets. WalletConnect is a protocol that enables wallets and other applications to communicate with the browser, e.g., by scanning a QR code or using deep linking to log in to dapps and sign transactions. If you have used a crypto wallet before, chances are that you already have used WalletConnect. We have started the implementation in the mobile wallet first since we have already made a POC for it. The POC and the full design we made for WalletConnect can be viewed on GitHub. The design lists the RPC methods that we will implement first. If you are planning to build something and need any other methods than the ones listed, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to comment directly on the GitHub design or get in touch with our engineers on Discord. We also considered building on MetaMask Snaps, which lets developers connect other blockchains to the popular wallet. However, as MetaMask Snaps is currently in a prerelease stage, we decided now wasn’t the right time to start developing this. We do see MetaMask Snaps as a good solution for a web wallet on Hath...
Hathor Labs 2022 Annual Report
This is our 2022 Annual Report, which covers all the development led by Hathor Labs on the Hathor Network. Throughout this document, we highlight 2022’s achievements in technology, business, and marketing to provide maximum transparency for our actions to our community of builders, entrepreneurs, and blockchain enthusiasts. Please use the link to get the full report and begin reading it. — 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 2022 Annual Report was originally published in Hathor Network on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.
An Introduction to Nano Contracts
Complexity vs functionality - Have you tried creating a digital asset on another platform before and failed? Do you think developing your own smart contracts is too risky, but you might give it a try if it was simple enough and affordable? Do you have an idea for a use case that requires zero fees? Then Hathor Network and Nano Contracts could be ideal for you. Feature creep can be dangerous if you allow it into your product. As some of the older blockchain networks are now beginning to realize, an ever-increasing protocol complexity is difficult to stop, almost impossible to reverse, and could eventually become a serious threat to the network. Because adding complexity adds risk. Creating workarounds to temporarily solve scalability issues and allow you to keep growing as a network adds complexity and, thereby, also, risks. EVM compatibility and Turing completeness are features you will probably need if your aim is to support every single use case out there. However, common for both of them is they add complexity and risk. At Hathor, we want to move in the opposite direction from most other networks. We believe there is a gap in the market today that we can fill by striking the right balance between complexity and functionality and delivering user and developer experiences that far exceed what is available in the market today. Nano Contracts should be simple, safe, secure, and composable. To achieve this, we need to minimiz...
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...
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|While Bitcoin's Hashrate Remains Sky-High, Merge-Mined Crypto Asset Netw...
In recent times, Bitcoin's hashrate has been consistently above 300 exahash per second (EH/s) as multiple mining pools dedicate significant hashpower to the Bitcoin blockchain today. Interestingly, some of the world's top bitcoin mining pools are also using their hashrate to merge-mine other coins, and these networks have benefited from bitcoin's increased hashrate.How Bitcoin's Hashrate Benefits Other Crypto Networks
Bitcoin's hashrate secures the network and provides rewards for miners participating in the system, but mining pools also dedicate computational power to networks like Namecoin, Elastos, Emercoin, and Vcash. For example, Namecoin has a hashrate of around 187 EH/s today, and some of the top bitcoin mining pools merge-mine the network to acquire namecoin (NMC) rewards.
Merge mining is a process in which miners can mine various cryptocurrencies at the same time without any additional cost. Merged mining is similar to a person playing Pac-Man and Asteroids at the same time, using the same joystick and earning rewards for both games. Namecoin was the first cryptocurrency project to be merge-mined, as it shares the same SHA256 algorithm as Bitcoin, and the first merge-mined block on the network was mined on Sept. 19, 2011.
Bitcoin pools that dedicate hashrate to the Namecoin chain include F2pool, Viabtc, Poolin, and Mining Dutch. While F2pool is the fourth largest bitcoin mining pool over the last three days, it's the largest namecoin miner as it dedicates its entire...
|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...
|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...