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Komodo  

#KMD

KMD Price:
$0.26
Volume:
$445.5 K
All Time High:
$15.41
Market Cap:
$34.6 M


Circulating Supply:
134,069,439
Exchanges:
12
Total Supply:
200,000,000
Markets:
21
Max Supply:
200,000,000
Pairs:
15



  KMD PRICE


The price of #KMD today is $0.26 USD.

The lowest KMD price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.258, and the exact current price of one KMD crypto coin is $0.25815.

The all-time high KMD coin price was $15.41.

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


  KMD OVERVIEW


The code for Komodo crypto currency is #KMD.

Komodo is 5.7 years old.


  KMD MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Komodo is $34,609,501.

Komodo is ranked #362, by market cap (and other factors).


  KMD VOLUME


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

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Komodo is $445,510.


  KMD SUPPLY


The circulating supply of KMD is 134,069,439 coins, which is 67% of the maximum coin supply.


  KMD BLOCKCHAIN


KMD is the native coin for the Komodo blockchain.

View the full list of Komodo blockchain tokens.


  KMD EXCHANGES


KMD is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  KMD RESOURCES


Websitekomodoplatform.com
Whitepaperkomodoplatform.com/whitepaper
TwitterKomodoPlatform
Redditr/komodoplatform
TelegramKomodoPlatform_Official
Discorddiscord.gg/SCdf4eh
Mediumkomodoplatform


  KMD DEVELOPER NEWS



Komodo Announces the First Recipients of the Monthly Community Bounty Awards — Komodo

Komodo Announces the First Recipients of the Monthly Community Bounty Awards — Komodo A month ago, the Komodo team announced a new plan to acknowledge and reward key community contributions each month. The first month is now behind us, and it’s time to honor those who made significant contributions to the Komodo project! While many community members made big contributions, the Komodo team is unable to feature everyone who is contributing to the project. The community moderator bounties are awarded based on the team’s understanding and judgement of the most significant contributions. If you think we have overlooked someone, you can give us a hint anytime, now or in the future. The Komodo team was so pleased with the community’s activity during the past month that the decision was made to appropriately reward the bounty winners this month by adding 3,000 KMD to the baseline budget of 777 KMD. This brings the total community bounty budget to 3777 KMD for the month of October 2019. Read rest of the article at https://komodoplatform.com The article was originally published on November 4, 2019. Komodo Announces the First Recipients of the Monthly Community Bounty Awards — Komodo was originally published in Komodo Platform on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




34 Students at UTA Develop dApps With Komodo’s Technology — Komodo

34 Students at UTA Develop dApps With Komodo’s Technology — Komodo September marked the end of the second “Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Technologies” course at the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). The course, taught by Dr. Sajib Datta, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Strategic Advisor for Komodo Platform, attracted 34 students over two semesters. In the fall of 2018, Komodo announced an educational collaboration with the University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) . As part of the official relationship , first established by Dr. Sajib Datta from UTA and Komodo CSO Steve Lee, Komodo provided support for a course dedicated to blockchain technology, as well as funding for two senior design projects and scholarships for two undergraduate students and two graduate students for one academic year. Now, one year later, Komodo is pleased to report that the year-long collaboration was a huge success. In the spring and summer semesters, Dr. Datta taught a course titled “Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies Technology,” which focused on blockchain technology, in general, with a particular concentration on Komodo Platform. Blockchain was a new concept for most students, resulting in a challenging but very rewarding learning experience. Read rest of the article at https://komodoplatform.com The article was originally published on November 4, 2019. 34 Students at UTA Develop dApps...




First AtomicDEX Stress Test Successfully Completed — Komodo

First AtomicDEX Stress Test Successfully Completed — Komodo Komodo held a community stress test of AtomicDEX Beta on 31 October from 12pm to 6pm GMT. The test provided the Komodo Development Team with an enormous amount of valuable data about potential bottlenecks in the networking layer, and will help the Komodo team perfect AtomicDEX in the upcoming months. The main objective was to battle-test Market Maker 2 , Komodo’s next-generation order-matching technology, based on Libtorrent. It is a significant upgrade from the previous solution Komodo used in 2017 and 2018. Up to 2000 simultaneous traders tried to perform atomic swaps at the same time, while the infrastructure was scaled down to identify breaking points under high load. During the 6 hour test over 150 traders had completed an atomic swap. The Komodo team would like to thank all participants for their commitment and support during the first AtomicDEX stress-test.Order Matching Layer A crucial part of building a decentralized exchange is how to match buyers and sellers and broadcast orders. This layer is just as important as the atomic swap protocol itself and has to be just as decentralized. With the Libtorrent protocol, we have been able to create fully decentralized P2P order books where traders match with each other and begin an atomic swap . Read rest of the article at https://komodoplatform.com The article was originally published on November 2, 2...




Decentralized Exchanges: The Top 8 DEXs Compared

Nearly everyone in the blockchain space agrees that decentralized exchanges are the future of cryptocurrency trading. That’s because, in today’s industry, trading digital assets is neither secure nor simple. To start trading, you must first buy assets with a fiat currency (USD, EUR, GBP, AUD, etc.) through fiat gateway services, which often charge high fees and offer terrible exchange rates. Only a few major digital currencies are available. Once you’ve made the purchase, you no longer have control of your own funds- the exchange does. This system forces centralized exchanges to be responsible for holding and protecting all users’ funds. As a result, exchanges must manage a few centralized wallets that control huge amounts of wealth. The solution is decentralization. If all trades are fully peer-to-peer, as on a decentralized exchange, then intermediaries will no longer need to hold and manage users’ funds. It makes the industry far more secure. It also promotes adoption by greatly simplifying the trading process. While many projects are working on various DEX protocols, few of them have developed a DEX that meets all 4 core requirements of a truly decentralized exchange . This article will examine and compare the protocols of the top decentralized exchanges: 0x, IDEX, Waves, Loopring, Kyber Network, Decred, Nash Exchange, and AtomicDEX. After a thorough analysis, we will be in a position to evaluate the relativ...




Book Your Next Holiday With KMD Through Travala.com — Komodo

Book Your Next Holiday With KMD Through Travala.com — Komodo — Travala.com, the world’s leading cryptocurrency-friendly hotel booking service, announced today that they are now accepting KMD as a form of payment. KMD joins an exclusive club of digital assets, including Bitcoin, Litecoin, and BNB.. — Travala.com connects travelers with one of the world’s largest selection of incredible places to stay, including everything from hostels, apartments and hotels, to villas and 5-star luxury resorts. The Travala.com platform currently offers 1,654,357 properties, covering 90,124 destinations in 230 countries and territories, and with prices up to 40% cheaper than mainstream travel booking platforms. Travelers can use 20 different cryptocurrencies to pay on the website, including KMD. Komodo is an open, composable multi-chain platform. With blockchain development roots going back to 2014, Komodo is consistently recognized as a pioneer in the blockchain space. Today, Komodo focuses on providing business-friendly blockchain solutions that are secure, scalable, interoperable, and adaptable. KMD is the most trusted and most used coin of the Komodo ecosystem. It is secured by Bitcoin itself, and it has fast transaction times and low fees, making it ideal to use for payments. “Komodo’s partnership with Travala.com is a testimony to the strength of Komodo and KMD as a digital asset,” said Kadan Stadelmann, Komodo...




Market Maker 2: The Engine That Powers The AtomicDEX Protocol

Komodo is the undisputed industry leader in atomic swap technology. With the beta release of AtomicDEX , Komodo continues to lead the blockchain space in decentralized trading solutions. AtomicDEX is the only product that lives up to the 4 core requirements of a truly decentralized exchange . This blog post will explain in great detail Market Maker 2, the underlying protocol that powers secure, peer-to-peer atomic swaps on AtomicDEX.Lessons Learned From Previous DEX Protocols Komodo’s atomic swap technology has evolved over the years. While Komodo has long led the industry in atomic swaps, BarterDEX, the previous generation of Komodo’s DEX technology, had a few major issues that prevented the application from being mass-adoption ready. First, traders were required to have a UTXO of the precise value they wished to swap on BarterDEX. If a user wanted to trade, say, 1000 KMD for BTC, then they would need a UTXO of exactly 1000 KMD to make the swap, even if they had more than 1000 KMD in their wallet. In this case, the user would need to manually split the UTXOs in her wallet in order to have one UTXO that was precisely the amount of the fee and a second UTXO that was precisely the amount of the trade. Second, one party of an atomic swap- the trader who initially posted the trade offer- was required to commit funds to a deposit address. The deposit had to be 112% of the total amount the trader wanted to swap. Although neit...




How To Make A Blockchain With Komodo’s Antara Composer

There are many different reasons why you may want to learn how to make a blockchain- you may be building a fintech application, creating a supply chain management solution, making tokenized digital assets, exploring blockchain gaming, or leveraging blockchain for secure records management. Whatever your target use case is, you’ll need to learn how to make a blockchain before developing the perfect solution. Broadly speaking, there are 4 ways to adopt blockchain technology: you can code a new blockchain protocol from scratch, fork an existing blockchain’s source code, submit code to a single-chain smart contract platform, or you can make a blockchain on a multi-chain platform. Of course, all of these methods come with their relative merits and drawbacks, but the last option stands out as the superior choice. Launching a sovereign, application-specific blockchain combines the independence of creating a new protocol or forking an existing chain’s source code with the security and programmability of building on a single-chain smart contract platform. Enter the Antara Composer, a web application that lets you customize and launch a Smart Chain in just minutes. It also lets you add all the extra features and white label products you need to go-to-market quickly. Komodo is an , Komodo’s third-generation AWS Advanced Technology Partner so can add full seed nodes and mining nodes through AWS cloud services. You can choose to p...




Komodo’s New Strategic Focus On Building A Stronger Community — Komodo

Komodo’s New Strategic Focus On Building A Stronger Community Komodo is an open source project that relies on community contributions and user-driven activity for its success. Thus it is of the utmost importance that the Komodo community maintain a civil and friendly atmosphere. Komodo is now pleased to announce several adjustments that will improve our community experience and drive up engagement.Community GuidelinesCommunity Moderator ProgramCommunity Bounty Program In Komodo’s community on Discord , you will find a new channel (#discord-feedback) where you are encouraged to leave your thoughts and feedback. This will help to further improve the community experience. Please drop by and let us know what you think.Komodo Community Guidelines A community-focused, open source project should have clear community guidelines and code of conduct. Komodo typically takes a very hands-off approach to moderation, and we will continue to foster that open culture and embrace constructive feedback. At the same time, we will now begin actively moderating channels to ensure that the discussion stays on topic. We will also pay more attention to the channel structure and listen to feedback from the community. If you have improvement suggestions or feedback, please let us know! We welcome all contributions, however big or small. Read Komodo’s community guidelines Read Komodo’s code of conductCommunity Moderator Program There are m...




The 4 Core Requirements of a True DEX — Komodo

The 4 Core Requirements of a True DEX — Komodo For years, increasing decentralization has been one of the main objectives of the blockchain industry. While this is a worthy, albeit rather abstract, goal, the word “decentralization” now seems more like a marketing buzzword than it does a design principle or guiding ideology. This is most evident when it comes to digital asset exchanges. Recognizing the challenges of centralization, like custodial trading and massive security vulnerabilities, many exchanges, both old and new, have taken to calling themselves decentralized exchanges (DEX) without ever explaining the properties of a true DEX or how they rise up to meet the standard. While many of these so-called DEXs are, indeed, less centralized than traditional custodial exchanges, they still bear the mark of centralization. Just because an exchange is slightly less centralized than a fully centralized exchange doesn’t mean we should call it a DEX. In this blog post, we will establish the core requirements that must be satisfied in order for an exchange to qualify as a DEX. Then we’ll explain how AtomicDEX, Komodo’s third-generation atomic swap powered DEX, is the only exchange in the industry that satisfies all conditions.Defining Decentralized The debate over the word “decentralized,” and what exactly it means, is not a new one. In this excellent essay by Tony Sheng from September 2018, a few different def...




Adaptive Proof of Work (APoW): Komodo’s Solution To Diff Strand Attacks

Blockchains do not have inherent security. While major blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum are incredibly secure, it’s common knowledge that smaller blockchains don’t have anywhere close to the same level of protection. If a blockchain’s network is small and weak, so are that blockchain’s defenses against malicious attacks. Proof of Stake blockchains face threats like the Nothing at Stake problem and Weak Subjectivity . Proof of Work blockchains, on the other hand, have to worry about the infamous 51% attack , as well as more obscure attacks like the Diff Strand Attack. A Diff Strand Attack is when malicious miners raise a small network’s hash rate and mining difficulty to extremely high levels very suddenly. Then, the malicious miners quickly abandon the network, leaving it stranded with such a high difficulty that the remaining miners are totally incapable of processing transactions or finding new blocks. To defend against 51% attacks, Komodo uses the delayed Proof of Work (dPoW) security mechanism, which recycles the Bitcoin network’s hash rate to give every dPoW-integrated coin the same level of security as Bitcoin itself. As for the threat of difficulty stranding attacks, Komodo now has a solution for this, too. Komodo’s Lead Developer James ‘jl777’ Lee recently added slight changes to traditional Proof of Work rules to allow a network to quickly and naturally recover from a Diff Strand Attack. Th...




  KMD NEWS


Vleppo and Tokel Make NFT Rights Legally Enforceable Leveraging Komodo T...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Kongens Lyngby, Denmark, 12th July, 2022] A long-standing problem confronting the blockchain world and NFT owners is the distinct lack of contractual clarity and legal rights in the enforcement of digital asset transactions. Today, Vleppo and Tokel have successfully conducted a breakthrough digital procedure that will pave the way for the blockchain industry and NFT owners to establish and enable their legal rights embodied in the NFTs and digital transactions to be made legally enforceable in the courts of law around the world. In June 2022, Vleppo developed a Blockchain Contract Management System (“CMS”) that enables NFT owners to create a digital contract by embedding their NFT’s on-chain ID directly into the Blockchain record of the same digital contract. This seemingly simple digital procedure however has massive ground-breaking significance for the digital world. Through this process, the NFT can now act as an immutable evidentiary anchor for the digital contract, forever linking the two together. This link is readily observable because Vleppo’s Blockchain system, called Alysides, which is a customized fork of the Komodo Protocol, is both public and permissionless. This Vleppo Solution has for the first time finally addressed the longstanding concern of the blockchain industry and NFT owners about the lack of clarity on the legal enforceability of smart contracts as related to NFTs. That Vleppo has developed a solution is most we... read More



Komodo upgrades AtomicDEX with improved features and 37 new crypto listi...

    Komodo, a blockchain solution ecosystem, announced today an upgrade on the desktop application for its decentralized exchange with the release of AtomicDEX Desktop v0.5.5. The v.0.5.5 update introduces 37 new crypto asset listings along with some other enhancements. AtomicDEX charges zero fees for market makers and 0.13% for market takers, while gas fees are minuscule for trading cross-chain for the majority of supported blockchains. New Listings GLMR, BTTC, WHIVE, GALA, USDIDOI, TFT, PGX, PRCY, IC, S4F, BABYDOGE-BEP20, BANANO-BEP20, BONE-ERC20, DIA-ERC20, DIA-BEP20, DOGEDASH-BEP20, DOGGY-BEP20, FLOKI-BEP20, FLOW-BEP20, GALA-ERC20, GALA-BEP20, GM-BEP20, KSM-BEP20, PGX-PLG20, RSR-ERC20, SOL-BEP20, THC-BEP20, TFT-BEP20, LEASH-ERC20, PRCY-BEP20, PRCY-ERC20, PRCY-PLG20, SHIB-BEP20, SHIB-ERC20, ZINU-BEP20 AtomicDEX v0.5.5 Desktop Release Notes Features Specify send transaction amount in fiat Displaying contract address for tokens Disabling all 0 balance assets Added Tokel Pubkey button on Wallet tab (for receiving Tokel NFTs via AtomicDEX) Enhancements Improved pie chart appearance Improved login page appearance Added 'wallet only' label for non-swappable assets Added more fees detail for swaps and transactions Various minor interface improvements Fixes Various minor interface layout fixes A myriad of UX tweaks Improvements to code style Fixed pro-view orderbook volume bars Miscellaneous Continuous integration (CI) tweaks and updates Screenshots of Updates By right-clickin... read More



Komodo Reformed Amid Market Gloom

    Despite a nearly global market dip, the Komodo token's price jumped as news broke that the project would soon add support for more than a dozen blockchains. The company has plans to launch a new collection of NFTs. With cross-chain bridges, we can communicate between blockchains more efficiently. However, this creates vulnerabilities that need to be addressed for them not to pose any harm or exploitations on the networks they link up with.  The hack of Wormhole Bridge linking Ethereum and Solana is one example of a vulnerability because it didn't take care of its security measures when connecting two different platforms. The network supports non-custodial trading and includes 13 blockchains while maintaining privacy at its core values. The innovative platform is one of few decentralized exchange (DEX) platforms that can support networks outside those supported by Ethereum’s Virtual Machine (EVM). As long as the network shares Bitcoin's source code, this DEX will work with them seamlessly and efficiently. The new cross-chain swap technology allows users to trade one asset for another without having custody of either cryptocurrency. As a result, we do not need smart contracts anymore, making them safer and more efficient than ever before. Komodos NFT Collection Launch News Making Hipe Komodo announced that they are launching Cyber Komodos, a collection of 777 NFTs. After the news release, the token saw an increase in activity. At $0.69 (up from $0.45), investors can ... read More



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