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KIN Price:
$258.1 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$35.3 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #KIN today is $0.0000172 USD.

The lowest KIN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000172, and the current live price for one KIN coin is $0.00001716.

The all-time high KIN coin price was $0.00164.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of KIN with market cap of BTC and how the supply of KIN affects the price at different market capitalizations.


The code for Kin crypto currency is also #KIN.

Kin is 6.6 years old.


The current market capitalization for Kin is $35,259,971.

Kin is ranked #525 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a medium volume of trading today on #KIN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Kin is $258,127.


The circulating supply of KIN is 2,055,015,011,866 coins, which is 21% of the maximum coin supply.

Relatively, Kin has a large supply of coins, 93,410 times larger than Bitcoin's supply, for example.


KIN is a token on the Solana blockchain.


KIN is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 12 crypto exchanges.

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



Announcing a New Executive Director for the Kin Foundation

Alim Khamisa introduces himself upon joining the Kin Foundation. — Alim Khamisa, Kin Foundation Executive Director I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve joined the Kin Foundation as Executive Director. The Kin Foundation is dedicated to supporting the Kin Ecosystem, which comprises a thriving community of apps, developers, content creators, and millions of active users that earn, spend, and ultimately benefit from the use of Kin. For background, a bit about myself. Over the last several years, my long-held passion for blockchain technology has led me to become deeply involved in the crypto universe across many aspects. My journey began in large scale crypto mining, after which I joined several blockchain startups in leadership, strategy, operational, or advisory roles. In addition to teaching in the Blockchain Development Program at George Brown College, I also play a lead role in organizing the DeFi Toronto community with my fellow meetup co-founders and actively contribute to research with a chapter on Token Economies being published in a compendium later this year. A number of factors drove my decision to join the Kin Foundation. Notably, I was impressed by its highly engaged community, the significant level of economic activity across its ecosystem, and the opportunity to pursue my deep interest in Web 3.0 and Token Economies. I see Kin as an essential innovator bridging Web 2.0 business models into the Web 3.0 er...

Kin SPL Wallet Update for End-Users

List and Status of Supported Wallets for Kin SPL. — Have you heard the news? Kin has migrated to the Solana blockchain! That means access to a whole slew of new and exciting applications that support the newest generation of Kin, also known as “Kin SPL”. — What is Kin SPL?. — Kin SPL (also sometimes referred to as “Kin4”), is the fourth generation of the Kin cryptocurrency, which resides on the Solana blockchain. As part of the Solana network, Kin not only has the ability to support lightning-fast transactions, but it also gains compatibility with an entire ecosystem of new tools & services. In order to help users navigate the wallet ecosystem, we’ve put together an easy-to-use guide going over all of the currently available options for Kin SPL wallets for you to store your hard-earned Kin, as well as some important information on how to use them. NOTE: This is part of an on-going update, this list represents a current snapshot for Kin SPL wallet support. — Kin SPL Wallet Status Updates. — There are a variety of choices for wallets that support Kin SPL. We encourage you to research and explore them to figure out what is best for you. If you run into specific issues while trying to use the wallets, we recommend reviewing the F.A.Q. at the bottom of this post. In most cases, we also encourage you to reach out to each wallet support team as they will most likely be able to provide...

Kin is Now Available on Serum

Kin Foundation Announces a Market Making Partnership with Alameda Research. — The Kin Foundation is pleased to announce that Alameda Research will provide liquidity for the Kin cryptocurrency on Serum, a fast-transaction throughput decentralized exchange with trustless cross-chain trading. Project Serum is a high-performance protocol that powers an independent ecosystem of exchanges and markets that bridge crypto-ecosystems such as Ethereum and Solana. By allowing Kin to be featured on Serum, Kin users will gain more market accessibility and the ability to experience Serum via a variety of wallets and GUIs such as Bonfida, Sollet, Solong or Serum Pro. This new development is one of the early outcomes of the Kin ecosystem migration to the Solana blockchain, enabling Kin to continue growing as one of the most used cryptocurrency by mainstream consumers. “Adding Kin to Serum was a logical decision,” said Sam Bankman-Fried, Founder and CEO of Alameda Research, “Given the successful migration to Solana, and the scale of their daily active users, it is a project that we have been keeping our eyes on.” “Serum is the fastest-growing DEX on Solana,” said William Mougayar, Executive Chairman of the Kin Foundation, “Following Kin interest from the Asian markets, and our desire to harness the potential of the Solana blockchain, we welcome our partnership with Alameda Research.” — How to Use Kin on Serum. &m...

Kin Foundation Newsletter: December 2020 Edition

Kin Foundation Newsletter: December 2020 — Kin is migrating to Solana! Are you ready?. — Reminder: Kin is migrating to the Solana blockchain on December 8th, enabling it to continue growing as one of the most used cryptocurrencies by mainstream consumers. In this newsletter, we feature what you need to know if you are holding Kin. In a nutshell, on the morning of December 8th, snapshots of token accounts and balances will be copied on the Solana blockchain, then the Kin blockchain will stop confirming transactions. Immediately after, the Solana blockchain will take over and start confirming transactions. However, this migration will not be instant. Since there are over 55 million Kin wallets, it might take 1–2 days before your token account shows up on Solana, while the Solana network processes all of these new account creations. Rest assured, no Kin will be lost during the migration, but what you need to do will depend on where and how you are holding your Kin. Aside from being on the eve of this important migration, the Kin Foundation updated its Board Governance. William Mougayar is now Executive Chairman, succeeding Ted Livingston who remains a Director, and Matt Hannam has joined as a third Director. To make sure you are prepared, here are some starting point steps. In addition, you can always refer to this permanent page on our website, covering the migration:If you still hold ERC-20 Kin (Ethereum) toke...

Kin Foundation Updates Its Board Governance

The Kin Foundation, a Canadian not-for-profit corporation dedicated to supporting the Kin ecosystem, is announcing that William Mougayar has taken the position of Executive Chairman, succeeding Ted Livingston who remains a Director. The Kin Foundation is also expanding its Board with the addition of Matt Hannam as Non-Executive Director. These appointments have taken effect November 16th 2020. This update broadens the governance of Kin and supports the Kin Foundation’s work as it continues to prioritize what is best for the long term success of the Kin ecosystem by funding or assigning resources to achieve various objectives related to developer and consumer adoption, infrastructure support, research and development and the exercise of good governance. William has been an independent Director of the Kin Foundation for the past two years. He is a known technology investor, entrepreneur and thought leader. He is the author of The Business Blockchain, producer of the Token Summit, former founding advisor to the Ethereum Foundation, and involved in a variety of blockchain organizations. Previously, he held senior level positions at Hewlett-Packard, Cognizant and Aberdeen Group, and founded 3 startups. Matt has been a Kin Representative for the past 8 months, where he has provided valuable insight and advice to the Kin Foundation’s Board and its community. Based in Sydney, Australia, Matt brings a depth of experience in the le...

Announcing Kin Support for Five New Wallets

Announcing Kin Support in Five New Wallets The migration to Solana will enable Kin to continue growing as one of the most used cryptocurrency by mainstream consumers. With a new blockchain come new opportunities. One of those opportunities is access to a new ecosystem of wallets. Moving to a new blockchain also comes with some challenges. Existing wallets and exchanges need to work on their integrations of the Solana blockchain and the SPL token standard prior to supporting Solana based Kin (SPL Kin). Today, we are pleased to announce 5 new wallets that will support Kin: Math Wallet, Coin98 Wallet, Solong Wallet, Bonfida Wallet and Torus. This confirmed support for SPL Kin demonstrates Kin’s broadening reach with an increasing variety of wallets that are popular in different parts of the world. Last week Kik published details of the Solana migration for Kin token holders. In short, if you hold your Kin in a supported wallet or exchange you don’t have to do anything. If you hold your Kin in a wallet or exchange that is not supported, you can restore your Kin in a supported wallet or you can continue to hold your Kin in that wallet until they upgrade to SPL Kin. Because all of the Kin addresses are being copied over to Solana, your Kin will not be lost if you continue to hold it in an unsupported wallet. At any time after the migration, as long as you have access to your private key you will be able to restore your Kin t...

How to Create a Kin Paper Wallet

In a previous post detailing Kin Migration for Token Holders, one of the suggested options included sending your Kin to a paper wallet. This post is a short guide for generating a Kin paper wallet. There is also a video created by one of the Kin community members that outlines this process: Creating a Kin Paper Wallet. If you have access to a Ledger device we recommend using a Ledger hardware wallet. Link to instructions here. Why create a paper wallet? A paper wallet is a good option to safely secure your Kin offline. You can use this option to self-custody your Kin. Once you have done that, this gives you the choice to subsequently send your Kin to any of the supported wallets or exchanges, later. What is a Paper Wallet? A paper wallet is an offline mechanism for storing cryptocurrency. The process involves printing the private key on paper to eliminate the risk of anyone gaining access to it through a connected device. It is a version of a cold storage wallet. This is similar to a Ledger wallet which stores the private key on-device but never shares that with the network and remains offline.Note: Storing cryptocurrency in a safe and secure manner takes patience and informed decisions. Do not rush through this process. Take your time and do not skip steps. As stated in the MyKinWallet site terms of use, accessing your Kin account directly via a private key is not the recommended method, and by agreeing to these terms yo...

Kin Newsletter: October 2020 Edition

October 2020. — This past month marked the three year anniversary of the Kin Ecosystem going live. On September 26, 2017, Kin was distributed to more than 10,000 people from 117 countries, which represents 60% of the geographic coverage of the world. Since then, more than 41 million people have acquired Kin in the ecosystem and almost 3 million people are spending Kin every single month. No doubt there have been challenges along the way, but the Kin Ecosystem has shown both resilience and inventiveness that have made Kin the most used cryptocurrency by mainstream consumers. Dozens of developers from all over the world are contributing to the open source project and pushing Kin forward. This past month the Kin Foundation published a three-year review to commemorate the milestone with an overview of the progress to-date and a look ahead. A summary of that post and a link to the original is embedded below. One key upcoming milestone for Kin is the migration to the Solana Blockchain. Kin is being used by millions of people every month, and while the user experience has consistently improved, it is not yet the user experience we expect to reach hundreds of millions of people. The move to Solana will bring a 10x improvement in transaction times and a 500x improvement in scale, unlocking the requisite tools to power a seamless economy of hundreds of millions of people. Last week the migration plan was published with a target...

Kin Economy Report: October 2020

Monthly Updates on Key Economic Metrics. — Net Dollars Bought (NDB) Net Dollars Bought is defined as Kin purchased (directly or indirectly via alternative methods such as ads) for goods and services by users within the ecosystem, less all Kin paid by the Kin Foundation through the KRE and Kin Grants. Below is the NDB graph as of October 9. In the September Kin Economy Report it was noted that the August to September time period was one of the flattest periods of measurement, meaning that dollars bought is getting closer to matching pace with the Kin distributed to developers. That trend has continued with the curve continuing to flatten. From August 1 to September 1 the change in NDB was -7.5% whereas September 1 to October 1 the change was -3.3%. This shows an increasing move towards sustainability of the KRE.B/I Ratio The B/I ratio describes how much Kin is bought for goods and services per Kin issued by the Kin Foundation (all time). The B/I ratio is currently sitting at 0.0126. This is a 110% increase month over month. This comes on the heels of a 508% increase the previous period. This shows that the amount of Kin being bought is moving closer sustainably supporting the KRE. The ultimate goal is to have the B/I Ratio surpass 1.0, so there is still a lot of progress needed, but so far the ecosystem is making good strides to get there. The two variables that impact this is the amount of Kin being bought and the ...

Kin: Three Years, Dozens of Developers, Millions of Consumers. And It’s Just Getting Started.

Three years ago Kin went live inside the Kik Messaging App. At that time, more than 10,000 people from 117 countries purchased Kin and joined the movement to build a more fair digital world. In the three years that have followed, over 40 million people have acquired Kin across an ecosystem of more than 50 independent apps. The Kin Whitepaper concluded with the following statement:“Kin will bring to fruition a new era of decentralized community ownership, enabling a vibrant ecosystem of digital services that power daily life.” While it is still early, Kin has made good progress towards fulfilling this vision. Kin has become the most used cryptocurrency by mainstream consumers, and the ecosystem only continues to grow.“It has been gratifying to witness the birth and growth of the Kin ecosystem and its community across a spectrum of developers, applications, and services. Despite the challenges encountered along the way, the groundwork is solid for continued progress and a great future ahead.”- William Mougayar, Kin Foundation Board Director In this post, exactly three years since Kin first launched, we take a look back at how Kin has evolved and look ahead to where the opportunities lie. Below are just a few key milestones so far. — Developer Monetization. — Kin is empowering a community of developers to build sustainable businesses through a monetization model that is value additive to their users. Thi...


Indonesia Labels 501 Cryptocurrencies as Commodities, Paving the Way for...

    In contrast to the regulatory stance taken by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Commodity Futures Trading Supervisory Agency (CFTSA) of the Republic of Indonesia has officially labeled 501 cryptocurrencies as commodities. The list of these digital assets includes popular tokens such as bitcoin, ethereum, usd coin, litecoin, and several others that the SEC has classified as securities in recent years.Crypto Regulations Diverge: Indonesia Embraces 501 Digital Assets as Commodities On June 9, 2023, Indonesia's regulatory agency Bappebti made public a comprehensive catalog of 501 crypto assets that are now classified as commodities within the country. This classification encompasses well-known coins like LTC, UNI, SOL, BTC, ADA, ETH, XRP, SAND, DOT, XTZ, XLM, BUSD, and XRP, among others. These assessments were made following the announcement by the Indonesian government regarding the establishment of a crypto exchange in September 2022. The subsequent month witnessed discussions around new financial legislation aimed at strengthening cryptocurrency regulations. Furthermore, following the downfall of FTX, Bappebti issued directives to cryptocurrency exchanges, instructing them to halt trading of FTX's native token, FTT. The regulatory approach of Indonesian authorities diverges significantly from that of their counterparts in the United States, where more than three dozen crypto assets, including telegram gram token (TON), tokencard (TKN), tron (TRX), xrp (XRP... read More

Bakkt Takes Proactive Measures, Delists Polygon, Solana, and Cardano Ami...

    According to a Fortune report published on June 16, the cryptocurrency asset platform Bakkt is delisting three cryptocurrencies due to the current regulatory climate. Bakkt's general counsel stated that the platform will expand its coin offering once there is 'further clarity.'Bakkt Reacts to Regulatory Pressure, Delists Solana, Polygon, and Cardano Bakkt, the New York-based digital asset platform, revealed Friday that it is delisting solana (SOL), polygon (MATIC), and cardano (ADA). The move comes as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) intensifies its scrutiny of cryptocurrency platforms and designates certain assets as unregistered securities. The announcement of Bakkt's delisting of SOL, MATIC, and ADA was made by the company's general counsel and secretary, Marc D'Annunzio, in an interview with Fortune. D'Annunzio stated that the proactive removal would continue 'until there is further clarity on how to compliantly offer a more extensive list of coins.' Prior to Bakkt's decision, the digital trading platform Robinhood has chosen to delist cardano (ADA), solana (SOL), and polygon (MATIC). Similarly, Tel Aviv-based Etoro has announced the delisting of ALGO, MANA, DASH, and MATIC for U.S. customers, citing the same reasons. Both Robinhood and Etoro said the firms are implementing proactive measures until regulatory clarity is established in the United States. All the tokens that were previously listed on Bakkt, Robinhood, and Etoro and subsequently delisted ha... read More

Will Ripple Beat the SEC in Court? How Both Outcomes Can Impact XRP Pric...

    XRP price and XRP HODLers’ bags have been at the mercy of the direction that the Ripple vs SEC case takes. Historically, coins and tokens being deemed security hasn’t acted in the favor of their price movement. The Ripple vs SEC case continues to produce encouraging signs of a favorable end for Ripple which in turn would boost XRP price action. Ripple (XRP) has little to no volatility or gains to offer HODLers and investors as its battle with the SEC continues, despite being the sixth-largest crypto by market capitalization. XRP price and XRP HODLers’ bags have been at the mercy of the direction that the Ripple vs SEC case takes. Amid legal battles, XRP’s price is down 85.75% from its all-time high of $3.40 made in 2018. Nonetheless, as Ripple continues to fight an almost two-year-long legal battle with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the U.S., numerous predictions and anticipations have been in place for XRP’s future. Is Ripple XRP a Security? It won’t be a stretch to say that XRP’s fate and its price would be largely governed by the narrative around Ripple’s legal battle with SEC. In the past, too, XRP price has moved in tandem with the developments around the case. Whether the SEC will tag XRP as a security is one crucial question that can overturn XRP price action going forward. If XRP is deemed a security, the coin could fade away and lose ground even more. ... read More

GARI Emerges As Second-Biggest Project On The Solana Blockchain

    Just six months after its launch, the GARI cryptocurrency launched by Chingari has staked its claim as the second-most popular token on the Solana blockchain with more than a quarter of a million holders. That’s according to data from GenX Analytics, which shows there are now 238,000 individual GARI token holders, putting it behind only the KIN token - which has 2.9 million holders - in the overall Solana popularity stakes. It’s well ahead of the chasing pack too, with SOLCHICKS, the third-most widely held token on Solana, counting just 92,000 total holders. GARI’s astonishing rise in popularity was expected. It is the native cryptocurrency of Chingari, which has grown to become one of the most popular social media apps in India. With more than 32 million daily active Chingari users, there’s obvious potential for GARI to grow far, far bigger than it is now. Chingari is a TikTok clone, a short video sharing app that allows users to add background music and filters to their content and share it to millions of other users. Since TikTok was banned in India two years ago, its user base has skyrocketed. Chingari is the biggest social media platform in the world thus far to embrace cryptocurrency. It believes GARI will play a big role in its platform, helping to foster an ecosystem that will enable top influencers to sell physical merchandise and NFTs, while users will be rewarded with GARI tokens for posting content that’s shared widely on the app. Use... read More

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