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OLT Price:
$166.1 K
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Market Cap:
$1.9 M

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Total Supply:
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The price of #OLT today is $0.00298 USD.

The lowest OLT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00298, and the exact current price of one OLT crypto coin is $0.00297874.

The all-time high OLT coin price was $0.11.

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


The code for OneLedger crypto currency is #OLT.

OneLedger is 5.9 years old.


The current market capitalization for OneLedger is $1,872,612.

OneLedger is ranked #893 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is medium today for #OLT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for OneLedger is $166,117.


The circulating supply of OLT is 628,658,574 coins, which is 63% of the maximum coin supply.


OLT is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


OLT is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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A Letter from the OneLedger Team

Hello Ledgerians, Thank you for supporting us throughout our Building Phase. The journey hasn’t been easy, but it’s only going to get better from now onwards. Today, we mark a new beginning! We understand the frustration of the community. It is never easy to stay patient and watch a software product being built from scratch. It’s a long and tedious process, and sometimes a frustrating one. Throughout this phase, many new people join this journey and some people end up leaving. The community goes through a change. The product goes through a change. But eventually, the tech keeps evolving, and there comes a tipping point in a company’s journey when you say, “Aha — this is it!” This is what we always wanted to do. Our vision is becoming a reality. Interoperability has always been the core mission of our project, and it’s getting closer and closer. It’s definitely not easy to build an interoperable blockchain. It’s definitely not easy to create a huge community of members who believe in your product (Kudos to the companies who have managed to do that!). But the journey does definitely get a bit easier when you have enough firepower to get you through different levels of marketing, development, exchanges and popularity amongst the crypto community. The OneLedger team has always maintained a lean and steady approach to conquer our vision. We want to see interoperability become an important stepping stone in ...

OneLedger statement regarding Crypto Briefing’s Code Review

Hello Community, We would like to thank Andre and the Crypto Briefing team for their honest and unbiased review. It is very important for OneLedger and the Blockchain industry to have third parties review their code and we appreciate the time and effort you have given our project. However, such unbiased reviews sometimes miss the active work projects are doing, which OneLedger feels may have happened in this case. Since our initial MVP, we have reprioritized our roadmap to focus on fundamental blockchain functionality, ensuring that our transaction management, account management, validator creation and Smart Contracts are in place prior to working on our cross-chain use cases. This has also allowed us to spend more time to work on two of our core pieces of functionality, the Chain Driver Engine and the Side Chains. The Chain Driver Engine and Side Chains together will extend our Atomic Swap capabilities and allow for easy adoption of new Blockchains into the OneLedger ecosystem, making our goal for supporting 10 Blockchains, by the end of 2019, a reality. To be clear, our current implementation for the Atomic Swap is still based on our MVP code, because we plan to extend it in 2019. For the 6 months between our MVP release and the launch of our testnet, we primarily focused on core blockchain functions and our JavaScript Smart Contracts. It would have been trivial to support an Ethermint implementation with Solidity as our S...

OneLedger v0.8.2 Release

The v0.8.2 version of Chronos has been released. We have added more JavaScript support for Smart Contracts. We have also started building our Chain Driver abstraction layer that will live in the protocol, which streamlines the connectivity of new blockchains. The list of changes includes: Smart Contract: Added Library Injection into OLVM, Smart Contract: Added Line Data and Safe Math JS Library, Chain Driver: Architecture Completed, Bug Fixes: Balance Lookup on Transactions throwing Nil Pointer, Balance database updated with legacy balance, Sending tokens you didn’t have caused your node to hang, Register Identity error handling, — OneExplorer - The team has been working hard on the Explorer for Chronos during the last sprint, which is currently in a private repo. Explorer API: Streaming Transactions and Blocks, Explorer API: Account Lookup, Explorer API: Chronos KPIs, In the next sprint, the team will continue to work on OneExplorer as well as add more functionality to our Smart Contracts. We will also focus on moving our Chain Driver functionality forward by abstracting the components needed for connecting to different blockchains. If you would like to understand more about the atomic swap, you can read this article: click here If there are any questions, issues or suggestions, please report them to the Dev Telegram group (click here) or add an issue directly to the OneLedger/protocol GitHub repository ...

Newsletter 11–2018 Review, Testnet launch and much more…

Hello OneLedger Community, Through this newsletter, we would like to provide you with an update regarding the following departments: Development, and Marketing and Community. 1. We have an updated v0.8.1 version of our OneLedger protocol. In this release, we’ve cleaned up a lot of little issues to help make Chronos operate more effectively.​ More details: click here 2. The OneLedger Testnet, “Chronos” is now live. Click here for instructions on how to set-up a node for Chronos. A major portion of our efforts in 2018 revolved around getting things right from a technical standpoint and concentrating on building our community. Moving into 2019, we will be focussing our efforts on increasing our presence in Toronto, and then globally. Here are some of the updates from the last couple of weeks: Ever since our ICO in June, we have had a lot of progress both in terms of technical and business development. To know more about our journey from ICO to Testnet, click here., 2. The deadline to participate in the OLT Incentive Lock-up Program launched by GWEI Network has been extended to March 31, 2019, at 11:59 pm EST. Check it out to learn about the different bonuses. To know more, click here. 3. We would like to introduce a new addition to the OneLedger team, Shaleen Ladha. Shaleen will be working as the Marketing Associate. This year we look to host and attend some events locally as well as globally to increase our presenc...

Meet the OneLedger Team: 10— Shaleen Ladha

To increase our marketing efforts, OneLedger has added a new member to the team. Shaleen Ladha will be operating as the Marketing Associate at OneLedger. Shaleen is a talented individual with a bunch of different experiences. She is a marketing, social media and event planning enthusiast who through working with several well-known companies such as WestJet, Red Bull, Live Nation and NYFW has become proficient in mastering her skillset. The main reason behind her joining OneLedger is to be able to expand her event planning and marketing abilities into the tech and development world where she believes a startup would benefit from. She is very passionate to learn all about the blockchain world. Shaleen said,” Through my experience in marketing, I will be able to thoroughly execute each event OneLedger plans on hosting or attending as well as helping to formulate all aspects behind their reach to the wider audience. Through in-person networking, online marketing via social media and various other platforms, I hope to help make OneLedger a worldwide known company.” Besides working in marketing, Shaleen is also a photographer and enjoys spending her free time to master her skills. As always, we appreciate all the feedback and support by the OneLedger community. If you would like to hear more about OneLedger, feel free to follow us on the following channels: Website, Telegram announcement channel, Telegram official channel, Git...

OneLedger v0.8.1 Release

We have an updated v0.8.1 version of our OneLedger protocol. In this release, we’ve cleaned up a lot of little issues to help make Chronos operate more effectively. On the administrative side, we’ve enhanced the handling of onboarding validators and set a minimum fee for all transactions. From the client side, we’ve strengthened the error handling to give a better message for CLI and internal issues. We fixed a number of small bugs that obscured the underlying error messages. The list of changes includes: Enhanced the onboarding of new validators, Added a flag to remove validators, Change the validation to allow new validators to time their own onboarding, Present better messages for missing nodes, Check all transactions for CheckTx and DeliverTx errors, Pass more information issues for some syntax issues, Strongly typed both fee and gas, Set minimums for different transaction fees, Enhanced the payment logic to ensure that it is always running, Extended the SDK to support the upcoming explorer release, For our next sprint, we’ll continue with enhancing the small problems we have been having with error handling, security and operational issues. We’ll also revamp the deployment and packaging to make it easier to install and upgrade, as well as switch between the different dev, devnet and Chronos environments. Our SDK service will get integrated into the fullnodes, to support direct browser requests. Once the und...

From ICO to Testnet — Our 6-month journey!

From ICO to Testnet — Our 6-month journey! - Hello Community, From an 8-person team to 14 and an MVP to a Testnet release, this is how far OneLedger has reached since its last fundraising round. None of this would have been possible without the trust and the backing of our incredible community, who have stood by us throughout this journey. We would like to sincerely thank all our supporters for standing by our sides and watching this project grow brick-by-brick. Through this article, we would like to provide you with a brief summary of OneLedger’s various activities during the last 6 months, and what to expect in the near future. RECRUITING We have always believed in not going crazy over recruiting and look to expand our resources at a steady pace. Our philosophy at OneLedger is to have a lean team capable of achieving continuous growth with the big picture in mind. During the past few months, we have recruited a CM team as well as added some additional resources to our business and development teams. These team members will play an important role in increasing the OneLedger project awareness across the globe. We are also looking to add a few team members to our development team, to increase efficiency and productivity, over the course of 2019. PARTNERSHIPS OneLedger has formed important partnerships with several blockchain companies (like TomoChain, Dispatch, PChain, EdenChain, just to name a few) over the past s...

Newsletter 10— Development and Marketing Updates

Hello OneLedger Community, Through this newsletter, we would like to provide you with an update regarding the following departments: Development, and Marketing and Community. 1. We’ve released the v0.8.0 version of our OneLedger protocol. For this release, we’ve included all of the functionality necessary to get our Chronos testnet up and running. More details: click here 2. The OneLedger Testnet, “Chronos” will launch in 1 day. Follow us on Twitter to stay up to date with the latest news and events. On behalf of the entire team at OneLedger, we wish you all Happy Holidays. May 2019 bring you all the happiness and joy 🙂 We have a ton of exciting news and events to follow in 2019. More details on that very soon. We would like to share with you a couple of important articles: The OLT Incentive Lock-up Program launched by GWEI Network will end on December 31, 2018, at 11:59 pm EST. Check it out to learn about the different bonuses. To know more, click here., 2. We would like to share with you an article which was recently published by one of our supporters regarding “Why OneLedger (OLT) is the most undervalued blockchain project”. To read this article, click here. As always, we appreciate all the feedback and support by the OneLedger community. If you would like to hear more about OneLedger, feel free to follow us on the following channels: Website, Telegram announcement channel, Telegram official channel, ...

OneLedger v0.8.0 Release

We’ve released the v0.8.0 version of our OneLedger protocol. For this release, we’ve included all of the functionality necessary to get our Chronos testnet up and running. We’ll be using this version to start working through getting the nodes set up, onboarding external validators and testing the stability of the chain. This version includes smart contracts, dynamic validators, fee handling, new docker container, better security and a whole lot of smaller changes to ensure that the chain can run in a fully distributed environment. The list of changes includes: Combined fullnode and tendermint consensus engine, Added seed and non-validator nodes, Simplified configuration, Validator tokens, the validator onboarding process, Password protect for the nodes, OLVM smart contract engine and “cli” to install and execute scripts, Better transaction validation, Account model for send transactions (no longer UTXO), Full unit support for OLT, Enhanced transaction tags for better searching, New CLI commands to handle smart contracts, testing, config, monitoring, etc., Account based sequence numbers, Separate initialization process, Full version numbers, Request generation inside of nodes (as opposed to clients), Revised scripts and tests, For our next sprint, we’ll be working through any of the issues, bugs, fixes, etc. that we encounter as we get the Chronos testnet fully setup and publicly available. As well, we shou...


Smart Contract Tokens, Defi Economy See Strong Growth, Market Capitaliza...

    Smart contract tokens and the decentralized finance economy have been on a tear during the last month, gaining against the U.S. dollar. The market capitalization of the smart contract platform token economy has swelled by $78 billion over the last 30 days, increasing from $243 billion to the current $321 billion. Furthermore, the total value locked in decentralized finance (defi) has risen by $5.39 billion in the same time frame.Smart Contract Tokens Experience Double-Digit Gains, Led by Oneledger, Harmony, and Waves It's been a rough crypto winter, to say the least, and after numerous insolvencies and bankruptcies within the industry, crypto assets have been hit hard. The latest, and one of the most tragic blowouts last year, took place 67 days ago when FTX was found to be insolvent and the company filed for bankruptcy protection on Nov. 11, 2022. The crypto economy took a beating during the last two weeks of November and into December, and the lackluster end-of-the-year holiday market action made things worse. Approximately 30 days ago, on Dec. 18, 2022, the smart contract token economy was worth $243 billion, and a great deal of coins lost considerable value. Ethereum (ETH), for instance, was down 6.1% that week, and cardano (ADA) was down 14.4%. All ten of the leading smart contract coins that week were down by double digits against the U.S. dollar. But over the last month, the smart contract platform token economy grew by $78 billion, and as of Jan. 17, 2023, the entire... read More

Value Locked in Defi Slips 10% in 4 Days, Ethereum TVL Dominates at 58%

    Four days ago, the total value locked (TVL) in decentralized finance (defi) was coasting along at $255.84 billion and since then, the TVL has dropped ​​8.55% in value. During the last 24 hours, the TVL has slid 2.80%, and Curve's $23 billion locked today represents 9.84% dominance. Value Locked in Defi Takes a Hit, TVL Down 2.8% in 24 Hours Since digital currency markets have been dropping in value during the last few days, the value locked in decentralized finance has slipped as well. In four days, the TVL in defi dropped 8.55% from $255.84 billion to today's $233.95 billion. Curve Finance holds the largest TVL today and is dominant by more than 9.84% with $23 billion locked. This is followed by Convex Finance, Makerdao, Aave, WBTC, and Instadapp, respectively. The biggest seven-day drop in terms of a defi protocol's TVL in the top ten protocols is Lido, which lost 14.03% this week. The decentralized exchange (dex) Uniswap lost 9.44% this week and WBTC shed 7.63% due to bitcoin's (BTC) downward price drop. Ethereum still holds the most TVL in defi as far as blockchains are concerned with $147.9 billion on Saturday. Ethereum's TVL represents 58.18% of the aggregate TVL in defi today. Ethereum is followed by Terra ($16.61B), Binance Smart Chain ($15.33B), Avalanche ($10.93B), Solana ($10.03B), and Fantom ($5.67B) respectively. 30-day statistics for cross-chain bridges today show the TVL has slipped 10.4%. The top cross-chain bridge with the most TVL on Saturd... read More

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