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PART Price:
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$4.7 M

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The price of #PART today is $0.37 USD.

The lowest PART price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.372, and the current live price for one PART coin is $0.37233.

The all-time high PART coin price was $52.40.

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


The code for Particl crypto currency is #PART.

Particl is 5.2 years old.


The current market capitalization for Particl is $4,663,543.

Particl is ranking downwards to #1179 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is weak today for #PART.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Particl is $722.


The circulating supply of PART is 12,525,141 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

Note the limited supply of Particl coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


PART is available on at least one crypto currency exchange.

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


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #PART, and you can view them on our PART disambiguation page.



Take Part in the Battle for the Aegis at 1xBit

    [PRESS RELEASE - Please Read Disclaimer] One of the biggest online multiplayer battle tournaments has begun, and all players from 1xBit can take part in the action. Select your heroes carefully because they can bring victory or defeat. Master tacticians or brutal villains, which way will you go? It’s time for combat and finding the key to your victory with the greatest Dota 2 eSports event of 2022. Join thousands of other players and defend your ancients. What is the Battle for the Aegis? Battle for the Aegis 2022 is a Dota 2 eSports tournament that will be played exclusively on 1xBit. Dive into this action-packed online game by taking part in the battle. Find the keys to hidden treasuries where digital gold and Bitcoin are hidden on your way to victory. The Battle for the Aegis 2022 begins on 5 October and lasts until 31 October 2022. There aren’t many rules. You just need to be fierce, fast, and lucky to strike down your opponents where they stand. You can participate in the tournament if you bet on any Dota 2 events with odds of 1.5 or higher during the promotional period. Prizes and Distribution Players of the Battle for the Aegis collect keys and open treasuries with hidden crypto rewards. 1xBit has set aside a prize pool of over 600 mBTC for this tournament alone. There will be a total of 7 winners who will take home the 600+ mBTC rewards. The prizes will be distributed according to the levels the players reached. The event has 4 levels, and each one brings ... read More

Binance Founder CZ Announces Romanian Office as Part of Regional Expansi...

    Changpeng Zhao (CZ), founder and chief executive officer of cryptocurrency exchange Binance, has announced the opening of an office in Romania. During a visit to the country, he met with high-ranking officials and emphasized Binance's intentions to expand direct operations in Eastern Europe.Binance to Launch Romanian-Language Support This Fall, Exchange CEO Unveils in Bucharest Binance, the world's leading crypto exchange by trading volume, is setting up a local office in Romania, CEO Changpeng Zhao revealed during his stay in Bucharest, part of a regional tour. The trading platform will also offer a Romanian version of its support service, starting from October. The move is part of Binance's plans for wider expansion in Eastern Europe. The exchange already covers a large portion of the crypto asset market, with 120 million customers around the world using it to buy and sell various digital currencies. 'We want to go global by playing locally in multiple markets,' its founder elaborated, speaking to the Romanian business news outlet 'I think Eastern Europe is extremely important,' stressed the Chinese-born Canadian crypto entrepreneur. Last year, Binance launched operations in Romania's southern neighbor, Bulgaria. The crypto exchange has been expanding its presence in other, major Eastern European markets and countries in the former Soviet space such as Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Inflation and rising energy prices, quite evident in Europe, have focused atten... read More

Square Enix Exploring Blockchain Game Development as Part of Oasys Proje...

    Square Enix, one of the biggest Japan-based gaming companies, has inked a partnership with Oasys, a Web3-oriented blockchain project. As part of this partnership, Square Enix will be part of the first 21 validators of the Oasys network, and will explore new possibilities regarding developing blockchain games using this decentralized tech, including user-generated contributions. Square Enix to Validate Oasys Blockchain Square Enix has been one of the few AAA gaming companies in Japan seeking to embrace blockchain elements as part of its business model. The company recently announced that it will go all the way, becoming part of the initial validator set of Oasys, a gaming-oriented blockchain advertised as a 'high-speed, zero gas fee experience' for users. The Japanese gaming giant will be using the Oasys blockchain as a tool for the development of new blockchain games and the inclusion of user-generated content in virtual worlds. About this new partnership, Yosuke Saito, director of the Square Enix Blockchain Entertainment Division, stated: Our shared enthusiasm for web3 gaming makes this an exciting partnership for us and we look forward to gaining insights that can advance the creation of all-new gameplay experiences for gamers across the globe. The organization is not alone in this endeavor, as other gaming companies have also established partnerships with Oasys in order to become validators of the network. Both traditional and blockchai... read More

Meta to Open 10 Metaverse Campuses as Part of $150 Million Immersive Lea...

    Meta, the metaverse-focused social media company, is helping universities get their own virtual reality campuses online. The company will be opening 10 virtual campuses as part of its Immersive Learning project, which seeks to take education to virtual reality environments. In partnership with Victoryxr, an Iowa-based virtual reality education startup, Meta will invest $150 million in this initiative. Meta Getting Universities Into the Metaverse One of the biggest applications of virtual reality and metaverse technology has to do with education and the possibility of virtual reality classes coming true. Meta, the social media behemoth, is executing this idea, helping 10 universities to launch their metaverse-based campuses. One of these is the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC), which is an online university. The more than 45,000 students of the university will now be able to meet in a metaverse online to convene and share their experiences. Daniel Mintz, chairman of the department of information technology at UMGC stated: We've never had a campus before, and now we have our first. It has a duck pond. As part of this plan, the university will offer five courses in the metaverse campus that will come at no additional cost when compared to non-immersive courses. However, the university is limited by the number of headsets (required for the courses) it can loan to students. Other institutions will also be part of this proje... read More

Moody's States Inflation Is Affecting Economic Recovery in Part of Latam

    Moody's, the asset quality rating agency, has warned the high rate of inflation that some countries are facing in Latam will affect the economic recovery in the region. Brazil, Chile, and Mexico are said to be the countries more affected by this phenomenon, and their recovery will depend on other factors to attenuate the effects of inflation. Moody's States Latam Spending Recovery Might Be Hampered by Inflation Inflation is becoming a problem in several countries of Latam and the world, putting a dent in the recovery predictions of many countries after the Covid-19 pandemic. A recent note issued by asset quality rating agency Moody's stresses that inflation will be a decisive factor in the future of the economic recovery of the area. The note mentions Brazil, Chile, and Mexico as three of the countries whose private spending growth will be significantly attenuated by the high inflation rates they are experiencing. However, other factors will also be relevant when it comes to this spending recovery. The note stated that the level of wages in Mexico, the consumer trust in Brazil, and the speed at which jobs are created in Chile will also influence this growth in the near future. Individual Factors Mexico is one of the countries that has registered high inflation rates this year. According to numbers from Banxico, the central bank of the country, May's inflation rate was a touch below its highest number in 21 years. Moody's explains the large ... read More

Stablecoins May Not Be Part of SEC's Jurisdiction, Commissioner Pe...

    The recent havoc in the crypto market wreaked by Terra's collapse has put stablecoins under the spotlight again. As of now, the next move by America's top financial watchdog (the Securities and Exchange Commission) on crypto regulations remains unclear. An SEC Commissioner revealed in a recent interview that stablecoin regulations might not fall into SEC's jurisdiction, and the US Congress has looked into the matter for offering guidelines. Congress Has a Role to Play Only a day after the SEC's Chairman Gary Gensler warned crypto investors that more coins would fall to nearly zero as Terra did, a disaster that may hurt many investors, Commissioner Hester Peirce also weighed in on regulations regarding stablecoins and other cryptocurrencies. Peirce, known for her pro-crypto stance, said in an interview that she personally would like to see a clear SEC-initiated regulatory framework for the industry, but, at the same time, it may not be something within the authority's jurisdiction. 'Stablecoins may or may not be within the SEC's jurisdiction, but facts and circumstances matter... It's something that the Congress has been looking at.' Due to the size of the impact caused by Terra's crash, she added, Congress may work quickly to make new regulations on the industry. When asked about the jurisdictional division for crypto regulations between the SEC and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), which oversees the derivatives market, Peirce admitted that some of the aspects... read More

Internet Service Company Cloudflare to Run Ethereum Validator Nodes as P...

    Cloudflare, an internet services and DDoS protection company, has announced a new strategy regarding its Web3 experiments. The company revealed it will run Ethereum validator nodes as part of its commitment to help to scale the internet by using proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus technologies. This will ostensibly allow the company to access the energy efficiency and consistency of this technology. Cloudflare to Enter Crypto via Ethereum Cloudflare, one of the leading content delivery and DDoS mitigation companies, announced a new Web3 push that leverages Ethereum's upcoming proof-of-stake network. The company informed it will be running Ethereum validator nodes as part of its experiment in order to assess the viability of the scaling technology in the future. Cloudflare stated that blockchain technologies could be part of the story of the internet in the long run and that these experiences might help in the decentralization of such networks. About this, the company stated: For the Ethereum ecosystem, running validator nodes on our network allows us to offer even more geographic decentralization in places like EMEA, LATAM, and APJC while also adding infrastructure decentralization to the network. Cloudflare specified these actions will be conducted in the coming months before The Merge, the change of consensus mechanism the Ethereum network aims to execute later this year. Proof-of-Stake Preference Cloudflare made clear that it... read More

Be A Part Of The Future Financial System With Ripple (xrp)

    With the current excitement surrounding cryptocurrencies, many projects try to issue tokens to ride the wave but often lack a real value proposition for their users. Indeed, a report issued by Invest In Blockchain in 2018 detailed that over 64% of the top 100 largest cryptocurrencies had no working product and no actual utility. Whilst exact figures might have changed since then, it wouldn’t be surprising that this situation remains today, hence the importance of researching projects to find the ones that bring tangible value to the table. This article will focus on three interesting cryptocurrencies which aim to or are on track to revolutionise the current financial system. One of these, Pac-Man Frog (PAC), is undergoing its presale at this very moment. Ripple (XRP) Launched in 2012, Ripple (XRP) is part of the veteran club in the crypto world. Ripple aims to revolutionise the fast-moving payment sector and rose to global prominence following strategic partnerships with major financial institutions including Bank of America, American Express, and Santander, among others. Ripple addresses the following issue: moving money nowadays is lengthy and costly. Traditional transfers take at least 3 business days to clear and pass through several intermediaries which all charge a commission, making the entire process long and unnecessarily expensive. Ripple seeks to change that by providing near-instant global transactions in all currencies and at minimal cost. B... read More

Famed Whistleblower Edward Snowden Reveals He Took Part in the Zcash Lau...

    Edward Snowden, the well-known whistleblower and former computer intelligence consultant who exposed the Five Eyes Intelligence Alliance, has revealed he took part in the Zcash creation ceremony. Snowden says that during the creation ceremony he 'participated' and leveraged the 'pseudonym John Dobbertin.'Snowden Played the Role of 'John Dobbertin' During the Zcash Launch A recent video published by Zcash Media explains that Edward Snowden was one of the six people who helped launch Zcash on October 23, 2016. According to the video, the six individuals did not know who the other participants were holding the Zcash private keys and they utilized pseudonyms to avoid identification. Before the video was published it was known for years that the software developer Peter Todd participated in the ceremony as well. Todd actually wrote a comprehensive summary of the Zcash ceremony called the 'Cypherpunk Desert Bus,' which explains what happened from his perspective. However, Todd wrote an update on his blog post and struck through the text in the post below the update. 'Taking this down for now until some questions about the deterministic builds are answered; currently I do not believe the Zcash trusted setup should be called a multi-party computation, making my involvement pointless,' Todd wrote. SURPRISE! Our 2nd video came early. Watch it now to learn about #Zcash's Ceremony, how it worked, why @ebfull's Halo breakthrough makes it obsolete, and an exclusive interview with #JohnDob... read More

Custom NFT Marketplace Creaticles ($CRE8) Announces Fantom Integration a...

    PRESS RELEASE. Boston, 6 April 2022 – Creaticles ($CRE8), the world's first NFT Requests Marketplace matching NFT buyers to its roster of verified global artists, has today announced a collaboration with Fantom Foundation. The integration on Fantom, one of the fastest growing layer-1 blockchain platforms, represents the first step in Creaticles' multi-chain expansion plans, and the platforms will join forces to launch the world's first crowdsourced NFT collection. Creaticles will be collaborating with Fantom Foundation over a series of crowdsourced PFP NFT contests, commencing with 'The Fantom Ghouls PFP NFT Contest'. Using Creaticles' Request for Proposal (RFP) contest model, Fantom will call on its community and Creaticles' roster of verified artists to design a custom Fantom ghost PFP, introducing and onboarding talented NFT artists to the Fantom chain, while creating an NFT collection that will allow supporters to be immediately identifiable as Fantom fans. Upon receiving submissions, the winning artists will be remunerated in up to $700 from a prize pool of $4,100 worth of FTM, Fantom's native token, into their FTM wallets. The second stage of the collaboration will focus on the 'Fantom Ghouls Assets Contest', designed to crowdsource the assets to be randomized onto the base PFP chosen in the previous contest. This will include assets such as mouths, hats, eye accessories, objects being subject to telekinesis by the ghoul, and more. The remit of the collaboration ... read More

CBDCs: From the “Hype” to the “How” of Making Fi...

    We recently surveyed over 1,600 financial leaders across 22 countries and discovered that 37% of senior financial institution executives around the globe consider both “financial inclusion” and “greater access to credit” as the largest potential breakthroughs for Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs). This echoes the stated goals of many countries and central banks that are actively exploring CBDCs or that have already launched pilots. Clearly, CBDCs hold a lot of promise. But to paint a picture of a perfectly utopian digital currency-driven world without addressing the hurdles it will take to get there is not a realistic or useful approach. Implementing CBDCs is no small feat, and we’d be remiss to talk about them otherwise. That being said, it’s important to take a closer look at what the real-life use cases, hurdles and implications will be — not only for us as individuals, but for society as a whole — and how we can work together to take them from hype to reality. Is “Financial Inclusion” Just a Buzzword?  It’s almost impossible to talk about CBDCs without mentioning financial inclusion. But lately, it seems as though the term financial inclusion has become more of a buzzword than a meaningful, tangible outcome. So what does financial inclusion actually mean, and why is everyone talking about it? Here at Ripple, we define financial inclusion as making financial services avail... read More

Visa and Mastercard Suspend Operations in Russia as Part of Sanctions Ov...

    The world's leading payment processors Visa and Mastercard have joined sanctions against Russia over its military invasion of Ukraine. The American companies announced suspension of operations in the Russian Federation although Russians will be able to use their cards inside the country.Card Payment Giants Visa and Mastercard Add to Pressure on Russia Over Ukraine War Payment firms Visa and Mastercard are suspending operations in Russia as part of the international response to its decision to invade Ukraine. The U.S.-based financial services corporations revealed Saturday they'll be working with clients and partners to terminate transactions through their systems. Visa explained that once it takes the necessary steps, 'all transactions initiated with Visa cards issued in Russia will no longer work outside the country and any Visa cards issued by financial institutions outside of Russia will no longer work within the Russian Federation.' 'We are compelled to act following Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, and the unacceptable events that we have witnessed,' stated Al Kelly, chief executive officer of Visa Inc. He also expressed regret about the consequences for Visa's Russian partners, clients and cardholders. Mastercard is suspending services in Russia as well. 'For more than a week, the world has watched the shocking and devastating events resulting from the Russian invasion of Ukraine,' it said in a statement. Mastercard noted it had recently blocked a number of fina... read More

Report: Freelance Workers in Argentina Among Most Active in LATAM Receiv...

    A recent report states that freelancing is experiencing a boom in Argentina, and also comments on how Argentinians are among workers in the region that most actively use cryptocurrencies to receive part of their paycheck. The report further states that workers accepting their paychecks in crypto favor traditional cryptocurrencies such as ether and bitcoin, which together amount to almost 90% of the payments made in crypto. Freelancing and Crypto Becoming More Popular in Argentina Freelancing seems to be experiencing a boom in Argentina, and with it, crypto, as a way of collecting payments outside of the traditional financial system. A report titled 'State of Global Hiring 2021,' made by Deel, a global hiring firm, has discovered that Argentinians, and Latam in general, are increasingly focusing on international companies and jobs. The report explains this is likely a result of the decline of local economies and jobs due to the after-effects of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, companies are hiring more Argentinians than ever before. This has created an increase in the wages of Argentinians in the last six months, who are earning 21% more working in the marketing, products, and sales sector. Cryptocurrency withdrawals of these salaries have also boomed. Regarding this trend, Deel COO Dan Westgarth stated: We are seeing an increase in cryptocurrency withdrawals, in countries like Argentina. We currently offer withdrawals in BTC -the most popular in ... read More

Financial Guru Dave Ramsey Says Crypto Is ‘Fun,’ Here to Stay, Can B...

    Financial guru Dave Ramsey says crypto is 'fun' and can be a small part of investment portfolios. 'It's a commodity. Is it going to be around? Sure, it's going to be around,' Ramsey said. Dave Ramsey Now Considers Cryptocurrency a Commodity That Is Here to Stay Personal finance guru and Ramsey Solutions CEO Dave Ramsey discussed bitcoin and his new book titled 'Baby Steps Millionaires' in an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox Business Tuesday. Bartiromo asked him: 'I know that you warned against crypto. You called it a get-rich-quick investment. Are you telling us that we do not have any exposure to crypto?' Ramsey replied: No, as long as the exposure is money you can afford to lose, whatever you want to do with that. However, he cautioned: 'We've got people mortgaging their homes. We've got people taking their retirement out of their 401k and dumping it into crypto as if it is a proven process to build wealth.' While noting that 'It's just not a proven process,' he stressed: It's a commodity. Is it going to be around? Sure, it's going to be around. He elaborated: 'I think it's kind of fun. I enjoy watching the whole thing and all that. But, it's an anomaly on the side. It shouldn't be a big part of a personal financial plan to build wealth. It could be a small part - for entertainment.' Ramsey has come a long way in his view regarding bitcoin and cryptocurrency. In December 2020, he expressed his doubt on the Dave Ramsey Show that $100,000 in BTC could be cashed out. 'I... read More

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