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DeFiPie  

#PIE

PIE Price:
$0.00246
Volume:
$106
All Time High:
$1.05
Market Cap:
$92.0 K


Circulating Supply:
37,336,368
Exchanges:
1
Total Supply:
220,000,000
Markets:
1
Max Supply:
Pairs:
1



  PIE PRICE


The last known price of #PIE is $0.00246 USD.

Please note that the price of #PIE was last updated over 100 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #PIE statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest PIE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00246, and the exact last price of PIE was $0.00246334.

The all-time high PIE coin price was $1.05.

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


  PIE OVERVIEW


The code for DeFiPie crypto currency is #PIE.

DeFiPie is 7.1 years old.


  PIE MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for DeFiPie is $91,972.

DeFiPie is ranking upwards to #1832 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  PIE VOLUME


There is a weak daily trading volume on #PIE.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for DeFiPie is $106.


  PIE SUPPLY


The circulating supply of PIE is 37,336,368 coins, which is 17% of the total coin supply.


  PIE BLOCKCHAIN


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

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


  PIE EXCHANGES


PIE has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

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


  PIE RELATED


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


  PIE RESOURCES


Websitedefipie.com
Twitterdefipiepie
Telegramdefipie


  PIE DEVELOPER NEWS



What is pieLabs working on now

1) Uniswap V3 Price Oracle. - More and more projects are moving their liquidity from Uniswap V2 to Uniswap V3. And in order for us to be able to create lending pools for them, we need to create a price oracle for Uniswap V3. — 2) Fee for creating new pools - There is a risk of a spam attack on the protocol. To counteract this, we are going to introduce a fee for creating a new pool. Fees will be determined through the governance, but we are thinking about $100 in PIE tokens. — 3) User validation of new pools - Because there is a risk of creating a pool for a malicious token (this is how the last attack on the protocol was carried out), we have made a delay for the start of loans for new pools. Now we need to ensure the validation of new pools. Validation must be fast, therefore cannot go through governance, as governance proposals are performed with a delay of a week or more, but validation should also be decentralized so that it would be less dependent on one person. Therefore, you decided to divide the validation into a few stages: — 1. Operative freezing of malicious pools. — Each user can freeze a new pool if he considers the token to be malicious, capable of harming the protocol. But for this, he will need to freeze a certain amount of PIE tokens from his account for a certain period (The term and amount are determined by the governance, but we are thinking about the amount of an equal commis...




pieLABS monthly summary December 2021

In December, there were several major updates to the testnet and we are getting closer and closer to the mainnet. But first things first. — 1. Fee tokens - This is a very important update that allows users to work correctly with fee tokens (tokens that take a fee for a transfer). Now the amount of the commission is displayed on the pool page and before borrowing, users will know exactly the amount of commission that the token will take for the transfer. Also, this update will allow liquidators to receive an additional bonus so that liquidation remains profitable. This update has already been implemented on testnets Rinkeby, BSC testnet, Polygon Mumbai and you can test it on the website: app2.defipie.com — 2. Borrow delay - Now, after creating a new pool, it will be possible to borrow from it only 24 hours after creation. This delay will allow the Guardian to verify the security of the token. — 3. Christmas giveaway - We held a Christmas giveaway among the community and distributed 16 nft art to those who followed the simple conditions on twitter.  — @defipiepie Christmas collection: opensea.io Subscribe to our social networks so as not to miss our announcements: Twitter: twitter.com Telegram Announce: t.me Telegram Group: t.me pieLABS monthly summary December 2021 was originally published in pieLABS on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding...




pieLABS monthly summary November 2021

1) Testnets - We have launched the DeFiPIE protocol on testnets Ethereum Rinkeby, BSC Testenet, Polygon Mumbai. In the new version of the protocol, we have closed the vulnerability that led to the July attack. We also intend to implement several more layers of protection to prevent similar attacks in the future. You can find a list of contracts of the new version of the protocol here: gist.github.com — 2) Redesign - We have redesigned the application for the new version of the protocol and, in our opinion, the new design of the application turned out to be very beautiful, but it’s up to you to judge. You can test the new version of the application using this link: app2.defipie.com — 3) Fee tokens - Earlier we wrote that we are working on an update related to the work of fee tokens. More details here. We are pleased to announce that we have completed development and have already uploaded the updated contracts to the GitHub and Rinkeby testnet for your review. We have yet to thoroughly test this module on the testnets so that we can be sure of successful completion, and after that, we will implement these changes into the main protocol branch for a future release on the mainnet. — 4) Deanonymization of the July attacker - The July attack was carried out from 2 addresses and we were able to identify the person hiding behind one of the addresses (0xce1f4b4f17224ec6df16eeb1e3e5321c54ff6ede). We gave him many ...




Removing the mask from the July attacker (part 1)

The attack on DeFiPIE in July 2021 was carried out from 2 different addresses: 0xf6f43f77ef9e561dcb2997d8e7ec1d685b6c0fe1 (in Ethereum и BSC networks), 0xce1f4b4f17224ec6df16eeb1e3e5321c54ff6ede (in Polygon), We managed to establish the identity behind the second address. So far, we have not been able to find a relationship between these addresses. The second address attacked DeFiPIE some time after the first, so for now we are sticking to the version that the second attacker carried out a copycat attack. The second attacker was able to withdraw 2.2 million PIE from the protocol on the Polygon network. polygonscan.com — And so, let’s move on to the investigation - If we go to blockscan at this address, we will see that this address was active in 7 different networks: blockscan.com including the Kovan Testnet network: kovan.etherscan.io After reviewing all transactions, we found that this address received test ETH through Kovan Faucet. Go to Kovan Faucet: gitter.im and enter this address into the search and see his request for ETH: Here is a screenshot of his profile on gitter: After we tried to contact him, he deleted his profiles, website and everything else. But even now it remains possible to trace the entire chain linking the address and the identity Judging by his avatar (url of his avatar: avatars0.githubusercontent.com), we see that this user was registered via github and his account name is “Hiramwh...




What is pieLabs working on now

Lending protocol liquidations are a very important security part. And in order for the protocol to be truly decentralized and independent from the team, liquidations must be accessible to everyone, and in order for the participants in the protocol to play the role of liquidators, they must have an economic incentive to do so. For this, there is a liquidation bonus that is paid to liquidators for the liquidation of someone else’s underwater loans. In BSC and Polygon networks, it is 8%. This means that upon liquidation of a $ 100 loan, the liquidator will receive $108, having an instant net income of $8. How it works. But this is if you do not take into account overhead costs, such as gas fees or commissions of the tokens themselves for the transfer. We wanted to tell you about these commissions. In BSC networks, the token model is very popular, when for any transfer a token takes a commission and the liquidator pays this commission 2 times — the first time when he buys this token, and the second time when he makes a liquidation. Thus, the liquidator incurs additional overhead costs. And if the amount of overhead costs exceeds 8% for liquidation, the participants in the protocol simply lose their economic interest in playing the role of liquidator. And if no one does the liquidation, then the loans sooner or later become unsecured. To prevent this, we are currently working on managing such fee tokens. How it will loo...




pieLABS monthly summary October 2021

1) Compensation program - On October 1, we launched the long-awaited compensation program for those who suffered from the July hack. More details here. The compensation program had been launched for those who have deposited third-party assets in the DeFiPIE protocol — not PIE. For PIE tokens, the program has not started yet, so stay tuned for our announcements and don’t miss the start of the program. The program lasted a month until November 1, and $272,414 were deposited in a month. Although the compensation program lasted a whole month and every week we made reminder post about the need to deposit your p-tokens, there were those who missed the program and haven’t added their p-tokens to the program. For those who are late in the current compensation program, we will make an additional round of compensation, but after the full repayment of all debts under the current program, so stay in touch and follow the announcements. — 2) Website for pieLabs - We have already written about the rebranding of the project. More details here. We will create an ecosystem of projects around the PIE token, in which the DeFiPIE will be one of the projects. And the name of the entire ecosystem will be pieLabs, which will include various DeFi projects. More details here. We have released a site for pieLabs, with a description of the entire ecosystem and on which we plan to post links to all our projects. The website: pielabs...




The pieLABS compensation program v1.0

Uptober has started and the pieLabs team is delivering results. First day of month — first announcement to open Q4 2021. We’re thrilled to announce a compensation program opening for the 2nd and 3rd options of holders — Stablers and Alters. There are 3 groups of users: $PIE backers, who lost the $PIE token;, Stablers, who lost funds during the hack and agree to convert their funds at the price on the day of the hack;, Alters, who want to receive their principals back;, You can read details of the compensation program here: medium.com We’re currently working on launching a compensation program for Stablers and Alters. The compensation program for $PIE holders will be launched a bit later, so stay tuned for upcoming announcements. — Details of the compensation program and the next steps - To restore stolen funds like alt coins and stable coins, please visit compensation.defipie.com As you can see, currently we have only 2 options for users. To participate in the compensation program you have to stake your pTokens and our app. As you can remember, there are differences between Stablers and Alters. Stablers are ready to convert their investments into USDC by price on the day of the hack. For example, on the day of the hack, you had 1000 ZEFU tokens at a price of $0.05. Currently, the ZEFU token costs $0.08. Stablers (who agree to convert their holdings to USDC at the price on the day of the hack with 2...




pieLABS ecosystem introduction

The PieLABS team is working really hard right now. The development team is busy with a compensation program. A dashboard for new sales and new investors and also we are building plans for future stages and development ideas. And now we are ready to introduce the future ecosystem of the PieLABS project. This article is short but contains a lot of interesting details. Hope you will find it extremely interesting and you’ll stay with us for the long term! pieLABS (formerly DeFiPie) is a 360 degree DAO, go-to decentralized finance (DeFi) solution for retail and institutional investors. We’re aiming to become a full stack DeFi bank with focus on countries without good, stable and proper banking products. Decentralized finances represented by pieLABS can transform the current state of money transfers, lending, savings, and other important banking tools. pieLABS is a full stack solution for crypto lending and liquidity for NFT markets with a focus on crypto education and user adoption. pieLABS is a company with a wide ecosystem of products, which include lending protocol, price oracle for DEX exchanges, AMM and liquidity provider for NFT market, cross chain bridge between Layer 1 and Layer 2 networks and much more. All these products are controlled by our governance module (DAO). Screenshot Let us briefly introduce details about each part of future pieLABS ecosystem. pieLABS product ecosystem: DeFiPie: decentralized lending prot...




pieLABS weekly summary #1 September 2021

It’s too silent in our community right now. It seems like the pieLABS team is not working right now, but that’s not correct. So let us bring you a short summary with updates, current status, progress and plans. The pieLABS team has almost completed the development of a compensation program, so we’re planning to release our development of further instructions sometime next week. We’re not promising that we’ll launch the deadlines during next week, because the end of period for deposits should be aligned with new token listing. We think that we’ll provide 20–30 days to deposit to you all pPIE tokens to participate in our compensation program. Those who won’t make a deposit during this period won’t able to receive any compensation and their old tokens will be burned! As you can see, we’re changing our style everywhere: Telegram, Twitter, and currently we are developing a new version of our website. Hopefully, you’ll like our design improvements. Right now we’re pitching to a lot of companies, investors, and crypto funds to raise the required funding to pieLABS (formerly DeFiPie). Also, we’ve finished our new tokenomics, so soon we’ll send this update to our community too. The biggest task right now, alongside with fundraising, is roadmap. We’re working on it and putting a lot of ideas, products and other things toward it. Here you’ll find development, operation and business plans for at least the...




pieLABS (formerly DeFiPie) Summer 2021 recap

We understand that the $PIE community want to know more about what’s going on and our plans, and receive small summaries of our progress and achievements. This article will describe some previous periods, how we solved issues and what we’ll do next in case of communication with the community. Hack recap In July 2021 DeFiPie app was hacked. Peckshield team did investigation of this hack. You can check details of this hack here: twitter.com Those, who think that we stole this money — you’re idiots. DeFiPie application was hacked for less than $1M. How could you imagine that we’d risk our necks with this amount? I hope that this question has already been resolved in our community and that it’s been put behind us. DeFiPie team almost dropped hands, but a lot of our users from the community lost a lot of funds. We said before that we’ve been here for a long time and we’ll fight for success while we can breathe. The DeFiPie team successfully resolved the issue with smart contracts and we’re planning to order a security audit from the same company and team who did the hacking investigation. August 2021 recap As always, there are 2 main aspects of crypto business: development and operations. And let’s start from the operation part to understand later what’s going on with development. First question after the hack — how to restore funds to our community. Since we lost our company funds too, we won’t...




  PIE NEWS


Pie Token Is Now Listed on Bitmart

    [PRESS RELEASE - Please Read Disclaimer] We’re thrilled to announce that you can now find PIE on Bitmart. We have listed on our first crypto exchange and you can now trade your PIE on Bitmart. Our token was also audited by Haken to ensure the security of the Pie token. To align all of these things, as you may know already, we’ve had an IDO sale to make PIE more available to everyone. Now that we’re also on Bitmart, you can trade your tokens or use them on our app. Even new people joining our project can get PIE and start taking advantage of all of the benefits and features thanks to the listing. Built on the Binance Smart Chain, the Pie Token is a crypto payment option that will be used to pay for services on Pieme, such as paying for meals, booking event tickets, advertising fees, and any other fees and transactions on the platform. The PIE token, on top of its many benefits, can now also be traded. It makes home-cooked meals available at a cheaper price, since it’s not centralized and there’s no intermediaries. Both people passionate about cooking, and people who appreciate home-cooked meals can enjoy Pieme. You can also read in detail about the PIE token utility. We’re accomplishing new things, slowly but surely, making sure everything goes smooth and well-done. Let’s see what else is to come after our IDO sale, listing on Bitmart, etc. Join our journey and satisfy your food cravings. Find people to cook for, to eat with, and to ma... read More



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