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|The price of #OMNI today is $0.81 USD.|
The lowest OMNI price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.808, and the exact current price of one OMNI crypto coin is $0.80834.
The all-time high OMNI coin price was $229.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of OMNI with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Omni crypto currency is also #OMNI. |
Omni is 10 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Omni is $499,667.|
Omni is ranking upwards to #1348 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a very weak volume of trading today on #OMNI.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Omni is $2.00.
|The circulating supply of OMNI is 618,140 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.|
Note the unusually low supply of Omni coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.
|OMNI is the native coin for the Omni blockchain.|
View the full list of Omni blockchain tokens.
|OMNI has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #OMNI trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #OMNI purchase.
More Omni (#OMNI) News
|Tether to Withdraw Support for USDT on Omni, Kusama, and Bitcoin Cash's ...
Tether has announced a strategic transition that will see the company withdraw support for USDT issued on Omni, Kusama, and Bitcoin Cash's Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP). The company stated that one of the factors that affected this decision was the level of community interest in these projects, declaring that maintaining support for projects without traction was 'inefficient and may jeopardize security and oversight.'
Tether to Withdraw Support for USDT Issued on Top of Omni, Kusama, and Bitcoin Cash
Tether, the company behind the issuance of USDT, the largest stablecoin in the cryptocurrency market, has announced a 'strategic transition,' discontinuing support for USDT tokens issued on top of Bitcoin-based protocol Omni, Kusama, the Bitcoin Cash-based Simple Ledger Protocol (SLP).
In a press release, Tether explained these actions are directed to maintain 'a robust blockchain ecosystem for USDT' and derived from an evaluation of 'the effort required, encompassing security, customer support, compliance, and regulatory oversight, to ensure the security, usability, and sustainability' of maintaining USDT on each one of the networks where it is available.
The company detailed that users will not be able to mint USDT on these chains starting August 17. Tether will support redemptions of tokens issued on these networks for the next 12 months, with independent exchange channels also operating.
Focused on Bitcoin
Tether lamented the situation of US...
|Web 3 Wallet Omni Partners With MEXC Ventures
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According to media sources, Web3 wallet Omni announced that it had completed an equity financing of $11 million USD at a valuation of $50 million USD in May this year. The investors included MEXC Ventures, a fund under MEXC, as well as the Spartan Group, GSR Markets, Eden Block, OP Crypto, and more.
What is Omni?
Omni used to be called Steakwallet and was founded by Serafin Lion Engel, Alex Harley and James Stackhouse. It has built-in liquidity and staking functions, and supports users to transfer tokens across chains.
At present, Omni has built smart contract middleware, which supports users to stake tokens through more than 20 protocols, and displays NFTs based on different blockchains on their mobile application. In the future, Omni will integrate into zkSync and StarkNet and more L2 networks.
'The primary hurdle that stands between users gaining access to the future of the internet, is ease of use. That’s why we built Omni: an incredibly easy-to-use Web 3 application that can do it all without sacrificing even a fraction of self-sovereignty,' Engel said in the announcement. 'Especially after seeing the CeFi meltdown, we wanted to give users something that was as easy to use as CeFi, but 100% self-custodial and DeFi. And that’s what we’ve done with Omni.'
MEXC Ventures, affiliated to the cryptocurrency trading platform MEXC, is a diversified fund dedicated to digital assets, cryptocurrency and bloc...
|NFT Platform OMNI Hit By Re-Entrancy Exploit, Lost $1.4M in ETH
OMNI – an NFT finance platform that lends out cryptocurrency in exchange for staked NFTs – fell victim to a re-entrancy exploit that led to the loss of nearly 1,300 ETH, worth $1.4 million at the time.
It seems a reentrancy-related hack. @ParallelFi @OMNI_xyz The stolen funds were just mixed via @TornadoCash https://t.co/Nyunlkk3rr pic.twitter.com/XxxVyX80Fq
— PeckShield Inc. (@peckshield) July 10, 2022
Bad Debts Due to Bad Code
The project in question lost the funds following a bad faith staking of NFTs from the Doodle collection. In order to carry out the attack, the perpetrator first deposited Doodles as collateral for a loan of wrapped ETH (wETH). Once the loan was secured, the exploiter was able to withdraw all Doodles except for one, causing a callback function that voided the debt acquired by purchasing wETH.
Once these two steps were completed, the Doodle remaining on the platform was no longer enough to cover the debt incurred. The position was then liquidated by the system, returning the last of the Doodles to the attacker as well.
No Chance for a White Hat Appeal
In the wake of recent attacks on DeFi, recently exploited devs have often made open appeals to those behind the hack, offering to consider them as a white-hat event in return for most or all of the stolen funds.
In some cases, this has worked out nicely – the Optimism exploiter, for instance, returned most of the funds after asking for Vitalik Buterin’s advice. The devs at H...