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PERL

Perlin  

#PERL

PERL Price:
$0.000882
Volume:
$19.4 K
All Time High:
$0.29
Market Cap:
$736.9 K


Circulating Supply:
835,865,438
Exchanges:
2+
Total Supply:
1,024,976,437
Markets:
3+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
8



  PERL PRICE


The price of #PERL today is $0.000882 USD.

The lowest PERL price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000882, and the exact current price of one PERL crypto coin is $0.00088158.

The all-time high PERL coin price was $0.29.

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


  PERL OVERVIEW


The code for Perlin crypto currency is #PERL.

Perlin is 4.7 years old.


  PERL MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Perlin is $736,878.

Perlin is ranked #982 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  PERL VOLUME


There is a modest volume of trading today on #PERL.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Perlin is $19,379.


  PERL SUPPLY


The circulating supply of PERL is 835,865,438 coins, which is 82% of the total coin supply.


  PERL EXCHANGES


PERL is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  PERL RESOURCES


Websiteperlinx.finance
TwitterPERL_eco
Redditr/perlin
Telegramperlinnetworkchat
Discorddiscord.gg/j2gS9fv
Mediumperlin-network


  PERL DEVELOPER NEWS



PERL’s Migration to Polygon for a Sustainable Future

In the face of change, we find new opportunities to thrive and innovate. Today, we’re thrilled to share an exciting update that turns the page to a brighter chapter in the PERL.eco story. While Binance’s recent decision to delist PERL may initially raise concerns, we want to shift the focus towards the positive strides we’re taking and the promising future that lies ahead. — Lowering Barriers: Embracing Polygon’s Lower Gas Fees - In a strategic move to enhance accessibility and reduce transaction costs, PERL is migrating to Polygon. We recognize the importance of ensuring a seamless and cost-effective trading experience for our community. The significantly lower gas fees on Polygon will not only make transactions more affordable but also foster a more inclusive environment for PERL holders. — Incentivized Liquidity Pool: Seizing Opportunities, Earning Rewards - To celebrate this transition, we’re launching an incentivized liquidity pool on Sushiswap. By providing liquidity to the new PERL-wETH pool, you not only contribute to the liquidity of the PERL ecosystem but also open the door to exciting rewards. It’s an opportunity for our community to actively participate in shaping the future of PERL while providing an alternative and rewarding avenue for PERL holders. In the first phase of the 3-month liquidity incentive campaign, we are allocating 1,000,000 PERL to liquidity providers in the Sushi pool...




Revolutionizing Climate Action: PERL National Carbon Registry Launches in the Bahamas

A Groundbreaking Step Towards Transparent and Effective Climate Solutions. — As the world gathers at COP28 in Dubai to address the pressing challenges of climate change, the Commonwealth of The Bahamas stands at the forefront of environmental stewardship. In a momentous announcement, The Hon. Philip E.B. Davis, KC, MP, Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, revealed the Bahamas National Emission Registry, powered by PERL.eco. — Building a Sustainable Future - The Bahamas, known for its pristine islands and vulnerable ecosystems, has taken a decisive step toward a sustainable future. With firsthand experience of the severe impacts of climate change, the government is championing the development of a National Emissions and Bio Asset Registry. Joining the ranks of nations like Singapore, Ghana, Jordan, Chile, and Vanuatu, The Bahamas aims to meet its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Climate Agreement. — A Partnership for Progress - The Bahamas government has entrusted global carbon project developer Bioeconomy and blockchain technology developer PERL.eco with the crucial task of delivering this groundbreaking registry. In a strategic collaboration set under a comprehensive five-year working contract, Bioeconomy’s expertise in carbon markets and biodiversity conservation, combined with PERL.eco’s cutting-edge blockchain technology, forms an interoperable platform ready t...




PERL.eco Roadmap Update

Building the PERL.eco Carbon Exchange (PCX) as a fully licensed product in Abu Dhabi requires many interactions with regulators, which can be a slow, but always positive and informative process. A persistent theme in meetings with the FSRA and ADGM representatives, questions from the team at Hub71 and even discussions with senior executives at Binance all had a similar focus: “This is a great idea, but how do you ensure that only high-quality carbon projects can be listed on the exchange?” The solution was obvious, we will only list projects that are officially recognised by national governments. Clear. Simple. Safe. And the best way to integrate this into our platform is to ensure interoperability with different national carbon registries that are to be developed under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). But as the wheels of state turn slowly, governments have not made a lot of progress in building their registries and so the team at PERL.eco decided to speed that process up and build it for them. And so here’s the first part of our update, we have built the PERL.eco Carbon & Bio Assets Registry which is an important development for our project. The demonstration platform is available on our GitHub. Our platform fully conforms to the United Nations and World Bank standards for carbon registries which is very important, because the clients for Carbon & Bio Assets Registry products...




How Climate Change is Already Changing Our Economics

This week in the United States, Farmers Insurance announced its decision to pull out of Florida property, auto, and umbrella insurance entirely. Farmers Insurance has now joined Bankers, Centrui, and Lexington (as a subsidiary of AIG) in abandoning the Florida market. This follows a number of insurers pulling out of the California markets in recent weeks all as a result of the impact of climate change. Human-made climate change has pushed sea temperatures in the seas around Florida to unprecedented high levels. These increased water temperatures are the fuel for hurricanes and storms that already plague the region with increased ferocity. If water and wind are making the East Coast uninsurable, it is wind and fire that means no insurer can bear the actuarial risk of insuring property on the West Coast thanks to the California wildfires. Household insurance is a prerequisite for securing a mortgage under the policies from America’s two big lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and therefore these business decisions, which are directly related to economic risk for insurers flowing from climate change, threaten to have a stalling effect on the housing market. This is just one example of how climate change is influencing our economics today, not in twenty or thirty years, but this very week. These trends are likely to continue and metastasize into other business sectors. Where insurers are willing to offer policies, premiums will...




Connecting Carbon Registries: The Missing Link in Climate Action

Carbon markets have strong potential to unlock finance to achieve climate goals, and they could save an estimated $250 billion per year in implementing climate actions by 2030. However, transactions in carbon markets will only reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally if these reductions are real and credible, and accurately accounted for and tracked. Transparency and accountability are therefore critical to a well-functioning carbon market. While the bottom-up nature of the Paris Agreement gives flexibility to countries in managing and tracking their climate action, there is no guidance on how to connect disparate registry systems — databases that register and/or transact emissions reductions units — which poses a serious challenge to ensuring transparency and trust in the market. This is where blockchain technology steps in as National Carbon Registries require an ability to talk to one another, to identify carbon credits issued in one country that are ultimately retired in another country. National Carbon Registries are developing quickly, with countries such as Chile, Ghana, Jordan, Singapore and Vanuatu already developing digital infrastructure to support their national registries. In addition to ensuring greater credibility for carbon credit marking, such registries also have the ability to support a different type of carbon credit — Sovereign Carbon Credits. Sovereign Carbon Credits are not pa...




Consumer Adoption of Carbon Credits — BCG Survey

Consumer Adoption of Carbon Credits — BCG Survey - Earlier this year, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) conducted a survey on consumer adoption of carbon credits. While carbon credits are widely used by the corporate sector as part of their response to the growing threat of climate change, the BCG report finds that relying on businesses and institutions is not enough, “governments and industry must take bold action, consumers must also act.” The BCG survey found that a surprisingly large proportion of the US population is willing to act. The survey showed that once carbon credits were explained, 38% of a representative sample of US consumers were interested in purchasing credits in the near future. “We found that 34% of respondents in the representative sample were familiar with carbon credits, 19% were open to purchasing credits within the next two years, 3% had purchased credits in the past, and 2% purchase credits on a regular basis. These findings suggest there is substantial room for growth in the voluntary market for carbon credits through increased consumer awareness.” Greater awareness is key to more consumer adoption of carbon credits and they are demanding deeper information, “They are interested in learning about the carbon footprint of their everyday purchases, seeing evidence that carbon credits are an effective tool to mitigate these emissions, and obtaining details about the specific projects they...




The Addressable Market for PERL.eco Carbon Exchange

Trove Research, a leading data and analysis firm focused on tracking and assessing corporate climate commitments and all aspects of the voluntary carbon market has, this week, published its in-depth report: THE ROLE OF “REDUCTION” AND “REMOVAL” PROJECTS IN THE VOLUNTARY CARBON MARKET — AN ECONOMIC ANALYSIS. Citing the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) call for rapid and deep emission reductions and the removal of CO2 from the atmosphere to meet the 1.5°C target for the year 2100 with limited overshoot, the analysis focuses on the corporate sector, which accounts for nearly three-quarters of global emissions, and has a significant role to play in reducing emissions and financing emission reductions. The report covers a number of issues relevant to PERL.eco and our planned launch of PERL.eco Carbon Exchange (PCX) with an economic analysis of the voluntary carbon market, including the costs and revenues of different project types and the impact of non-carbon revenues on project economics, and future supply projections. The report is important because it is one of the first analyses of its type to develop a model approach for estimating the costs of different types of carbon removal and reduction projects. While a lot of analysis has focused on the growth of carbon markets, there has been little information available on the levels of investment that are required to achieve the necessary reductions. As...




UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators Launch UAE Carbon Alliance, Signaling Exciting…

UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators Launch UAE Carbon Alliance, Signaling Exciting Opportunities in Carbon Market - — PERL.eco Benefits from Increased Exposure and New Relationships in the Build-Up to COP28 - In a significant move towards tackling climate change and fostering carbon reduction initiatives, the UAE Independent Climate Change Accelerators have announced the launch of the UAE Carbon Alliance. This alliance brings together key players in the carbon market, including AirCarbon Exchange, a strategic partner of PERL.eco. With this development, the UAE is reinforcing its commitment to sustainability and positioning itself as a leader in the global fight against climate change. The UAE Carbon Alliance aims to drive the region’s transition to a low-carbon economy by leveraging the collective expertise and resources of its members. By facilitating collaboration and knowledge sharing, the alliance aims to accelerate the implementation of effective carbon reduction strategies and support the United Arab Emirates’ ambitious sustainability goals. This announcement holds immense significance, both in the context of general carbon opportunities in the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region and the build-up to the 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP28) taking place later this year. — General Carbon Opportunities in MEA - The MEA region offers vast potential for carbon market growth, with ...




Unlocking the Potential of Carbon Markets and Pricing in Addressing Climate Change

As the global community faces the urgent challenge of climate change, the need for effective strategies to mitigate carbon emissions has become paramount. In recent years, carbon markets and carbon pricing mechanisms have emerged as key tools for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Moreover, the integration of blockchain technology has shown promise in enhancing transparency, accountability, and efficiency within these systems. This article explores the findings of a research report by the World Bank on the intersection of carbon markets, carbon pricing, climate change issues, and blockchain technology, highlighting their potential to drive sustainable development and combat climate change. The State and Trends of Carbon Pricing 2022 report by the World Bank highlights the potential of carbon pricing to drive economic transformation and recovery while also limiting greenhouse gas emissions. However, the adoption of carbon pricing remains politically challenging, particularly amid rising inflation and energy prices. Currently, 68 carbon pricing instruments (CPIs) are operating worldwide, covering approximately 23% of total global greenhouse gas emissions. This represents a significant increase from just a few years ago when carbon pricing was only implemented in a handful of countries. While some jurisdictions have seen record-high carbon prices, less than 4% of global emissions are currently covered by a direct carbon price wi...




Morgan Stanley Report Predicts Carbon Off-Set Markets are Set to Surge.

As the world grapples with the urgent need to address climate change, carbon offsets have emerged as a crucial tool in the fight against carbon emissions. While many companies strive to eliminate their emissions entirely, carbon offsets provide a means to mitigate the impact of existing emissions in the short term. In this article, we explore the evolving landscape of the carbon-offset market from a blockchain perspective and the opportunities it presents for investors and stakeholders. — The Growth of the Voluntary Carbon-Offset Market - According to a recent Morgan Stanley research, the voluntary carbon-offset market is poised for significant growth, with projections estimating its value to reach approximately $250 billion by 2050, up from $2 billion in 2020. Based on analysis of data from Network for Greening the Financial System, the research estimates that the world must remove at least 1 gigaton of carbon dioxide by the year 2030, though the opportunity for avoidance or reduction credits could be up to 10 gigatons per year. Despite this large requirement, research by Morgan Stanley’s ESG fixed income team estimates that currently, about 4,000 carbon-offsets projects have issued credits for roughly 1.7 billion offsets (or 1.7 gigatons of carbon). This market expansion is driven by increasing interest from investors and corporations seeking to align with sustainability goals and meet ambitious climate targets. PERL...




  PERL NEWS


Important Binance Listing Announcement for Ripple (XRP) and Solana (SOL)...

    TL;DR Binance has announced the addition of new trading pairs, including SOL/USDC, XRP/USDC, ADA/USDC, and MATIC/USDC. The listing of these tokens on Binance might contribute to their perceived credibility and legitimacy, potentially increasing investor confidence. The article contrasts this with the potential negative impacts of delisting assets from major exchanges, as seen with the recent removal of several trading pairs from Binance, which adversely affected their prices. Binance Adds More Trading Pairs The world's biggest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume - Binance - announced it will expand its services by adding SOL/USDC, XRP/USDC, ADA/USDC, MATIC/USDC, and six other trading pairs to its platform. The amendments are scheduled to come into force tomorrow (December 28). Further support from a crypto behemoth like Binance might positively affect the prices of involved digital assets. It could increase liquidity and make the tokens more readily available for trading. Some of the tokens included in Binance's latest effort have indeed headed north shortly after the announcement. Ripple (XRP) has climbed by almost 2% in the past 24 hours, surpassing the $0.63 mark, whereas Cardano (ADA) has exceeded $0.60.  The uptrend with Polygon (MATIC) is the most evident, with the coin's valuation jumping by approximately 20% and exceeding $1.05 for the first time since April this year. MATIC Price, Source: CoinGecko It's worth noting, however, that while these are ne... read More



What You Need to Know About the $500K Binance Airdrop

    TL;DR Cryptocurrency Giveaway: Binance is offering $500,000 in cryptocurrencies to users who use their Web3 wallet for swaps until December 31, 2023. Web3 Wallet Launch: Introduced at Binance's Istanbul conference, the Web3 wallet features secure cryptocurrency swapping, transfers, and dApp access. Platform Updates: Binance is removing four cryptocurrencies (BTS, PERL, TORN, WTC) due to various reasons and introducing zero-fee trading for selected pairs starting December 8. $500K Binance Airdrop The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange - Binance - announced it will give away $500,000 worth of cryptocurrencies to eligible users. The rewards range from 1 SHIB to 1 BTC (currently worth around $44,000), with the offering being on until December 31, 2023. Supposedly, one million users will receive the airdrop. According to the official website, the rewards will be airdropped to the users' wallets within two weeks after the activity concludes. The company explained that those willing to qualify for the airdrop have to make a swap using their Binance Web3 wallet. The firm has partnered with numerous entities to unveil the token distribution, including Maverick Pool, Gala Games, Acala Network, CyberConnect, Chiliz, and others. Binance's Web3 wallet is a self-custody solution built within the platform's application. It allows clients to swap thousands of cryptocurrencies across 30+ networks, conduct quick transfer funds, explore various decentralized applications (dApps), earn a ... read More



Important Binance Announcement Affecting Ripple (XRP), ADA, SHIB Holders

    TL;DR BUSD Support Ends: Binance to cease support for BUSD products from December 15, 2023, with all BUSD withdrawals stopping on December 31. Balances will be converted to FDUSD at 1:1. Trading Pair Removals: Key trading pairs including XRP/BUSD and BTC/BUSD will be removed. Certain countries are excluded from these changes. Cryptocurrency Delisting: Binance to delist BitShares, PERL.eco, Tornado Cash, and Waltonchain by December 7 due to factors like low trading volume, impacting their prices. Binance's Latest Amendment The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange in terms of trading volume - Binance - said it will cease support for BUSD products on December 15, 2023.  'Please be assured that BUSD will always be backed 1:1 by USD. Paxos has stated that BUSD will remain supported by Paxos and redeemable through at least February 2024,' the company added. Binance encouraged clients to withdraw or convert their BUSD holdings into other assets before the aforementioned deadline. It is worth noting that users are allowed to trade their BUSD balances for FDUSD at zero trading fees. All BUSD withdrawals will be disabled on December 31, 2023, and remaining balances will be automatically converted to FDUSD at a 1:1 conversion rate. Binance users in Japan, France, Italy, Poland, and Kazakhstan are excluded from the amendments. The exact trading pairs that will be removed include XRP/BUSD, ADA/BUSD, SHIB/BUSD, BTC/BUSD, ETH/BUSD, DOT/BUSD, and many more. Binance's Prev... read More



Binance Retains Leading Position Among Crypto Exchanges Despite DOJ Fias...

    TL;DR Despite recent troubles, including a $4.3 billion fine settlement with the US DOJ and a leadership change with CEO Changpeng Zhao resigning, Binance maintains its position as a leading cryptocurrency exchange with a market share of almost 50%. Binance's market share briefly dropped to nearly 40% following these regulatory issues, but the exchange continues to dominate among 23 other marketplaces. Binance recently decided to delist four cryptocurrencies, including BitShares and Tornado Cash, effective December 7, leading to significant price drops in some of these tokens, with PERL falling around 65% and TORN by 50% in the past week. Binance Keeps Its Solid Position The troubling recent news surrounding Binance seems to have not affected its position as a leader among all cryptocurrency exchanges. According to data presented by Kaiko, the trading venue has kept a market share of less than 50%, with the remaining percentage belonging to 23 other marketplaces.  Binance's market share continues to hover below 50% pic.twitter.com/uwccy9UBGU — Kaiko (@KaikoData) November 28, 2023 It is worth noting that Binance's market share plunged to almost 40% a few days ago when the company settled regulatory issues with the US Department of Justice and agreed to pay a whopping fine of $4.3 billion. Moreover, the former CEO of the organization - Changpeng Zhao (CZ) - resigned from his post, with Richard Teng taking the helm.  Binance's Recent Amendments Sho... read More



Binance Listing Curiosity: Is the Exchange Switching Tactics?

    TL;DR Binance is seemingly adopting a new strategy by listing certain assets for futures but not spot trading. The exchange recently settled a $4.3 billion fine with the US DOJ and underwent a leadership change, with Richard Teng replacing CEO Changpeng Zhao. Binance's recent delisting of several cryptocurrencies, including BitShares and Tornado Cash, due to low activity and volume, has led to substantial price declines for these assets. Binance is Expected to Continue Operating a 'Similar Model' The popular reporter using the X (Twitter) handle Wu Blockchain observed an interesting tactic that the world's largest cryptocurrency - Binance - might have adopted.  He revealed that the marketplace had listed certain digital assets for futures trading but not spot. Those include KAS, BSV, PYTH, BONK, ORBS, BIGTIME, TOKENFI, and ETHW, with Wu Blockchain describing the move as a 'new phenomenon' in Binance's listing process. 'Analysis pointed out that the core reason is that this can earn fees without taking on excessive responsibilities. Contract users have a strong tolerance for ups and downs, while spot users will criticize the price drop,' the reporter said. In addition, the reporter claimed there are cryptocurrencies like Blur (BLUR) that 'have been alive for a long time, then the spot launched.' He explained that futures trading is much simpler than spot one as it does not involve holding tokens or 'technical matching.' In their view, Binance would continue to oper... read More



Important: Binance Will Delist the Following Cryptocurrencies on Decembe...

    TL;DR Binance Delisting Announcement: Binance will delist BitShares, PERL.eco, Tornado Cash, and Waltonchain on December 7 due to factors like low activity and unethical conduct, impacting their market performance. Price Impact: Following the announcement, Waltonchain, Tornado Cash, and PERL.eco experienced steep price declines of up to 45%. Contextual Developments: This move follows Binance's recent delisting of ten trading pairs and significant organizational changes, including discontinuing BUSD support and a $4.3 billion settlement with the US DOJ, coupled with a change in CEO. Binance's Latest Delisting Efforts The world's largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume - Binance - announced it will delist BitShares (BTS), PERL.eco (PERL), Tornado Cash (TORN), and Waltonchain (WTC) from its platform.  The amendment will become live on December 7, with the exact trading pairs being removed: BTS/USDT, PERL/USDT, TORN/BUSD, WTC/BTC, and WTC/USDT. The reason behind the delisting seems to be a variety of factors, such as reduced level of development activity, low trading volume and liquidity, evidence of unethical/fraudulent conduct or negligence, and others.  The disclosure has negatively harmed the prices of the aforementioned crypto assets, with some experiencing double-digit declines. WTC has plunged by 35% for the past 24 hours (per CoinGecko's data), TORN has dropped by 40%, while PERL has collapsed by 45%. The Previous Removal Last week, Binance... read More



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