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Polkadex  

#PDEX

PDEX Price:
$1.35
Volume:
$83.2 K
All Time High:
$40.00
Market Cap:
$3.8 M


Circulating Supply:
2,806,182
Exchanges:
4+
Total Supply:
3,141,810
Markets:
5
Max Supply:
Pairs:
6



  PDEX PRICE


The price of #PDEX today is $1.35 USD.

The lowest PDEX price for this period was $0, the highest was $1.35, and the current live price for one PDEX coin is $1.34569.

The all-time high PDEX coin price was $40.00.

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


  PDEX OVERVIEW


The code for Polkadex crypto currency is #PDEX.

Polkadex is 1.8 years old.


  PDEX MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Polkadex is $3,776,240.

Polkadex is ranking downwards to #695, by market cap (and other factors).


  PDEX VOLUME


The trading volume is modest during the past 24 hours for #PDEX.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Polkadex is $83,165.


  PDEX SUPPLY


The circulating supply of PDEX is 2,806,182 coins, which is 89% of the total coin supply.

A highlight of Polkadex is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.


  PDEX BLOCKCHAIN


PDEX is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 1 other blockchain.

See list of the PDEX Blockchain contracts with 2 different blockchains.


  PDEX EXCHANGES


PDEX is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  PDEX RESOURCES


Websitewww.polkadex.trade
Whitepaperdocs.polkadex.trade
Twitterpolkadex
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Mediumpolkadex


  PDEX DEVELOPER NEWS



2022 at Polkadex

From securing a parachain to the launch of Polkadex Orderbook and a shoutout from Gavin Wood, 2022 was the biggest year yet at Polkadex.. — We’re only a few weeks into 2023 and work on THEA and the Polkadex parachain-to-mainnet connection has picked up in pace post-Winter break. Polkadex Orderbook’s liquidity has increased. PDEX crowdloan rewards are expected to be claimable in Q1. While there is a lot to look forward to this year, it’s also important to take a look in the rearview mirror and see everything the Polkadex team was able to accomplish in 2022. — The main highlights of 2022 - Starting with some of the top news of the year, in early May, Polkadex secured a Polkadot parachain slot with the help of over 2,000 contributors (in 6,000 individual contributions) and nearly 1 million DOT contributed to the Polkadex Crowdloan. Polkadex has secured a parachain slot In September, Polkadex, with the help of Zondax, became one of the first Substrate-based networks to receive native Ledger support — an important milestone for the security of all Polkadexers’ funds. The Polkadex app is now available on Ledger devices! Arguably the most important Polkadex news of 2022 and the most important milestone since Polkadex was founded, Polkadex Orderbook was launched in October! Polkadex Orderbook is live Another exciting highlight of 2022 was Polkadex attracting the attention of Polkadot founder Gavin Wood. &...




Polkadex Partners with Crust Network

Polkadex will work with fellow Polkadot parachain, Crust Network on decentralized data storage for Polkadex Orderbook. — Polkadex has partnered with Crust Network on a decentralized data storage solution for Polkadex Orderbook. As the Polkadot parachain auction #30 winner, Crust Network, the Web3 data storage protocol built on Substrate, is also a fellow parachain on Polkadot. Designed to realize the three core values of decentralization, privacy, and assurance, Crust exposes instantly accessible on-chain storage functions to users and supports multiple storage-layer protocols such as IPFS. “We are delighted to provide Web3 native and fully decentralized backup storage solutions for Polkadex Orderbook and are looking forward to realize more use cases with the Pokadex team in the future” said Ludwig T., BD lead at Crust Network, IPFS is an important piece of the puzzle that is the Polkadex Orderbook architecture. While not currently integrated, the plan is for Polkadex Orderbook to use IPFS as a way to frequently ‘screenshot’ the data of the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) and act as sort of backup if the TEE were to fail.Architecture of Polkadex Orderboo Crust Network will help Polkadex store Polkadex Orderbook’s off-chain user data on IPFS thus ensuring the availability and sufficient decentralization of the data. “This partnership will be a win for decentralization,” said Gautham J, CEO and Co-Fo...




How To Trade on Polkadex Orderbook

How to trade on Polkadex Orderbook - — Learn how to trade on the CEXier DEX with the official step-by-step guide!. — In case you hadn’t heard, Polkadex Orderbook is live. That means you can now trade on an interoperable, non-custodial, order book-based cryptocurrency exchange in real time. Polkadex Orderbook is everything you love about trading on centralized exchanges, minus all the issues that arise from a centralized operator having access to user funds. In other words, it combines the best of CEXs and DEXs while tackling the issues of both. Sound like somewhere you’d like to trade? Start trading now with the official Polkadex guide below. — What you need - All you need to trade on Polkadex Orderbook is a Polkadex network account with some PDEX in it! medium.com Polkadex Orderbook runs on the Polkadex network, a Substrate-based blockchain custom-built for the Polkadex Orderbook Layer 2 Trusted Execution Environment (TEE). That means you’ll need a Polkadex network account with PDEX balance in order to trade on Polkadex Orderbook. Download the Polkadot.js browser extension and import your Polkadex account or create a Polkadex account if you don’t have one already., PDEX is available on KuCoin, Gate.io, AscendEX, and, of course, Polkadex Orderbook, — You may also want to have USDT - While all you need is PDEX and a Polkadex account, the existing trading pair available on Polkadex Orderbook...




Mobile App and Polkadex Orderbook v1.4 Now Avilable on Kaizen

Mobile App and Polkadex Orderbook v1.4 Now Available on Kaizen - — Get your hands on the Polkadex Mobile App and get PDEX rewards from the Polkadex Open Beta program. — More good news! After the mainnet launch of Polkadex Orderbook, Kaizen, Polkadex’s public testnet, is back online with two exciting updates. Firstly, the Polkadex Mobile App is now ready for Open Beta testing on iOS and Android. Secondly, Polkadex Orderbook v1.4 has also rolled out to the testnet with a handful of important tweaks. — What’s new with Polkadex Orderbook on Kaizen?. — The Polkadex team has been working on backend fixes and updates to the account manager interface. Since the last testnet update, our devs have overhauled the withdrawal flow and they have replaced the deprecated Rinkeby Ethereum testnet with the active Sepolia testnet for ChainBridge testing. — Testing Polkadex Orderbook v1.4. — First, make sure your MetaMask broswer extension is connected to the Sepolia test network by using the top-center drop down menu on the browser extension., Request test ETH from a Sepolia faucet. The faucet linked wil require you to accrue over 0.05 SepoliaETH before claiming your test tokens., Request test PDEX and test FAU from the Test Token Faucet on Token Manager. Before requesting, make sure both your Polkadex and Ethereum accounts are connected to the Token Manager interface via the Polkadot.js and MetaMask ...




Polkadex Orderbook is live

The CEXier DEX is here: non-custodial cryptocurrency trading just got a whole lot better. — Polkadex Orderbook is open for trading! A little over a year after the launch of the Polkadex network, the game-changing orderbook-based decentralized exchange (DEX) set to disrupt the way cryptocurrencies are traded is here. After almost two years of work, this release is — by far — our biggest milestone yet! We’re excited for Polkadexers to finally get their hands on Polkadex Orderbook and can’t wait to see you all trading!Start trading now! — What is Polkadex Orderbook? - If you’re new here or just want a recap, let’s take a step back. In short, both centralized exchanges (CEXs) and DEXs are imperfect in their current forms. Polkadex Orderbook combines the best of both worlds. How? Keep reading to find out! — DEX vs CEX. — DEXs like Uniswap have revolutionized the way cryptocurrency is traded in recent years by giving traders control over their own funds. The automated market maker (AMM) model popularized by such DEXs, however, has been plagued by crazy-high network fees, price slippage, front-running, low interoperability, and limited functionality. Because of this, many traders have opted to continue using the advanced trading features and higher interoperability offered by CEXs, which also come at a lower cost to the user. It makes sense; why would you jump through more hoops and s...




Polkadex v4.0.0 is now available: Orderbook is around the corner

The release of v4.0.0 is the first step in the mainnet rollout of Polkadex Orderbook. — The newest version of the Polkadex network is now available. Version 4.0.0 contains the Orderbook pallet and its release marks the first step towards the upcoming mainnet release of Polkadex Orderbook. Aside from containing Polkadex Orderbook, the latest build version will also update the Polkadex mainnet and remove the validator set limit. In order to prepare for the upcoming launch, Polkadex network validators should upgrade to v4.0.0 as soon as possible. Validators, exchanges, and ecosystem partners have one week to upgrade their nodes before the Polkadex team triggers a runtime upgrade which will activate Polkadex Orderbook. — Upgrading to v4.0.0 - It is important for validators to upgrade to v4.0.0 sooner than later so as to prevent any negative impacts on the release timeframe. — Step by step upgrade guide for validators. — This release does not require validators to build a node from scratch. Most validators will only need to download the new binary and replace it, which will mean your node is merely offline for a few minutes as you follow the steps below: Download v4.0.0 release, Unzip v4.0.0 binary, Stop service file (Command to use: systemctl stop polkadex.service), Replace old polkadex-node binary with new one, Restart service file (Command to use: systemctl start polkadex.service), Here is a link t...




The Polkadex app is now available on Ledger devices!

An extra layer of security to protect your PDEX. — The Polkadex app has now passed Ledger’s official review and is now available on all Ledger devices! With the Polkadex app on Ledger, Polkadexers can now give their PDEX an important extra layer of security. This update is a huge milestone for the Polkadex network as a whole and marks a before and after in security for Polkadex network participants. — You’re in control. — In Web3, it’s important to remember you are in control. In other words, while Web3 ushers a game-changing new dynamic with financial freedom, it also places the burden of securing funds on individuals: YOU are in control. And it’s up to you to keep your funds as secure as possible. A Ledger device is one of the most effective tools to keep your PDEX as secure as possible. — Polkadex and Ledger - Now that Polkadex network private keys can be safely stored and staked using Ledger devices, the Polkadex team recommends Polkadexers equip themselves with a Ledger device like the Ledger Nano S Plus, or the more premium Ledger Nano X. If you already own a Ledger device, check the guide below for how to store your PDEX using your existing device. — How to securely store your PDEX in a Ledger device. — Get your hands on a Ledger hardware wallet, Set up your device and download Ledger Live on your desktop (make sure you’re running the latest version of Ledger Live 2...




Claiming Your Polkadex Open Beta Rewards

The issues from the Polkadex Open Beta’s first 45 day testing cycle have now been rated and the rewards have been tallied.. — The issues from the Polkadex Open Beta’s first 45-day testing cycle have now been rated. The first cycle of Open Beta testing began July 4th and came to an end on August 18th. Throughout this first cycle of Open Beta testing, Polkadexers tested Polkadex Orderbook on Kaizen (the Polkadex public testnet) and opened over 200 issues on the Open Beta repository. The Polkadex team has combed through the repository and rated all the issues logged by members of the Polkadex community. All the non-duplicate issues deemed relevant or deemed to add value to the product have been given a rating ranging from Normal, to Moderate, and Critical. Polkadex Orderbook is Now Available on the Public Open Beta — Reward cycles - As mentioned in the Polkadex Open Beta Terms & Conditions, every 45-day Open Beta feedback cycle will either be deemed as ‘rewarded’ or ‘unrewarded’. Whether a cycle is rewarded will depend on each cycle’s respective Treasury-spend proposal as voted on by the Polkadex Council. Moving forward, an announcement of the cycle’s reward status will be made by the Polkadex team before the start of a cycle. If the feedback cycle is a ‘Rewarded Cycle’ (that is, if the Polkadex Council approves the PDEX treasury spend of the total reward pool), Open Beta participants who hav...




The Polkadex Ambassador Program is Here

Become a Polkadex Ambassador and help revolutionize the future of noncustodial trading. — Last week, the Polkadex Council approved the Polkadex Ambassador Program Phase I Treasury proposal which allocates a spend of 6,578 PDEX towards the first phase of our new ambassador program. This is an exciting development as it introduces yet another way for Polkadexers to earn PDEX while contributing to the project.The start of the Polkadex Ambassador Program is an amazing opportunity for determined community leaders to join the Polkadex family, help spread the word about Polkadex, and pave the way to better non-custodial trading,” said Polkadex’s Head of Marketing, Dagmara Handzlik. — Goals. — The program aims to educate, inspire, incentivize and grow the Polkadex global community and reward its leaders (ambassadors) for their contributions. While the goals of the program may change throughout later phases, Phase I ambassadors will be guided by the following goals: I. Educate the Polkadex community (including local communities) about Polkadex and the wider Dotsama ecosystem and guide them on available solutions and opportunities. Produce valuable educational content, Translate available product and marketing materials to local languages, II. Grow and expand the Polkadex community in global and local channels including Twitter, Discord, Telegram, and YouTube. III. Inspire — Encourage ideas within the Polk...




August at Polkadex

From partnering with Subsquid, to releasing Orderbook v1.1 on Kaizen, and to the Ledger team starting its official security review of the Polkadex app, August was an eventful month!. — August is over. While that means summer is coming to an end, it also means we are another month closer to Polkadex Orderbook’s mainnet launch. Catch up with the official highlights of August at Polkadex to make sure you’re ready for everything coming this fall! The Polkadex network continues to grow. In August, the total amount of PDEX staked increased by over 9%, thus surpassing 3.1 million PDEX or 16.4% of the total amount of PDEX. That’s almost the equivalent of every 1 in 6 PDEX in staking. It’s still a good time to stake your PDEX as staking rewards remain high at 30.8%. Following July’s release of Polkadex Orderbook on Kaizen and the start of the Polkadex Open Beta, August has been a month of bug fixes and preparation for the main event: Polkadex Orderbook’s mainnet launch. Some of this preparation has included withdrawal refactoring, cancel order changes, Hummingbot integration work, and more. Later in the month, the Polkadex dev team released Orderbook v1.1, featuring a new signup flow, a new “Account Manager” page, and important bug fixes and UI improvements based on the first cycle of Open Beta tester feedback. Throughout the month, the team has also focused on finalizing Orderbook withdrawals and putting the ...




  PDEX NEWS


Polkadex Released the Polkadex Orderbook Decentralized Exchange

    [PRESS RELEASE - Please Read Disclaimer] Just over a year after the launch of the Polkadex mainnet, Polkadex Orderbook is now open for trading. The revolutionary orderbook-based decentralized exchange (DEX) is set to be a game-changer for digital asset trading and DeFi. In the last few years, DEXs like Uniswap have changed the way in which cryptocurrency is traded by giving traders control over their own funds. However, the automated market maker (AMM) model popularized by such DEXs has been plagued with exorbitant transaction fees, price slippage, frontrunning, low interoperability, and limited functionality. While it may be riskier due to potential hacks and data breaches, many crypto traders still prefer to use the advanced trading features of centralized exchanges (CEXs), which are cheaper to use and offer high levels of functionality and interoperability. “We’ve brought together the advantages of both CEXs and DEXs, while tackling the issues of both,” said Gautham J, CEO and Co-Founder of Polkadex. “Polkadex Orderbook combines the speed, functionality, interoperability, and overall look and feel of a CEX with the security and trustlessness pioneered by DEXs.” Polkadex Orderbook’s cutting-edge architecture means that while it may look, feel, and perform like a centralized exchange (CEX), it remains non-custodial and preserves the security aspect of DEXs. A unique combination of blockchain and trusted execution environment (TEE) technolo... read More



Polkadex Locks in Polkadot Parachain Slot by Allocating Nearly 1 Million...

    Since the 21st of November 2021, the team at Polkadot has conducted regular DOT-based auctions for one of the coveted slots in their parachain network. There are plans for 100 parachain slots, give or take. Auctions for the first 41 have already been planned, with one happening roughly every ten days. The 16th auction started on the 29th of April and ended on the 6th of May with a victory for Polkadex, an order book-based DEX with support for Polkadot, Ethereum, and the proprietary blockchain. This makes it the latest project to stake its growth for the foreseeable future on Polkadot, alongside projects like Acala or Moonriver. 16th Slot Goes To Polkadex In the wake of their participation in the latest Polkadot Parachain Auction, the team at Polkadex announced securing one of the coveted slots for nearly two years – 96 weeks, to be precise. Following a 2-month long onboarding period, Polkadex will lock in their spot on the Polkadot network on the 4th of June. As a decentralized exchange (DEX), Polkadex has already benefitted from the freedom afforded by this particular business model. But the project's goal is to go beyond the parameters of regular DEXes, the statement shared with CryptoPotato reads. The team argued that what sets them apart is the goal of pairing DEX-tier freedom with the accessibility of the centralized exchanges (CEXs) that a sizable portion of investors flocks to. Polkadex has already partnered with big-league names like Equilibrium, Kraken, and KuC... read More



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