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POND Price:
$5.1 M
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$0.2 B

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #POND today is $0.021 USD.

The lowest POND price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.021, and the current live price for one POND coin is $0.02144.

The all-time high POND coin price was $0.30.

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


The code for Marlin is #POND.

Marlin is 3.5 years old.


The current market capitalization for Marlin is $152,641,100.

Marlin is ranked #261 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a big volume of trading today on #POND.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Marlin is $5,078,333.


The circulating supply of POND is 7,118,083,783 coins, which is 88% of the total coin supply.


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

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


POND is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 26 crypto exchanges.

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



ZK-Rollup Coin Sector's Value Plummets by 46% in 7 Months

    At the outset of the year, cryptocurrency assets linked to the realm of ZK-rollups commanded significant attention. In February, the market capitalization of the ZK-rollup coin ecosystem reached a substantial $13.7 billion. However, the subsequent months witnessed a stark transformation, with the ZK-rollup coin sector experiencing a substantial decline of over 46%, ultimately settling at a market capitalization of $7.38 billion.The ZK-Rollup Coin Downturn: $6.32B Erased in 2023 This past Tuesday, News unveiled an enlightening Learning and Insights editorial, shedding light on the nitty-gritty of ZK-rollups and their functionality. In essence, ZK-rollups represent a formidable privacy-preserving layer two (L2) innovation that furnishes a remedy for blockchain scalability, affording the capacity for swifter and more abundant transaction execution on blockchains. ZK-rollup coins are inextricably linked to projects spearheading the ZK-rollup movement and they enjoyed the limelight at the start of 2023. According to archived statistics from February 13, 2023, the ZK-rollup coin economy had a former valuation of $13.7 billion. Over the course of 219 days, nearly half, or 46.13%, of this value has been erased. As of September 20, 2023, the ZK-rollup token economy was valued at $7.38 billion, with Polygon's MATIC taking the forefront. While the valuation of ZK-rollup tokens makes up a mere 0.66% of the $1.11 trillion cryptocurrency economy, MATIC represents 68.56% of the... read More

Will This be the Next Listing for Shiba Inu (SHIB)?

    PondX, a popular decentralized exchange aggregator, has announced that it will integrate the Shiba Inu token into its platform following a recent community poll on X, where SHIB emerged as the winner. The decision to integrate Shiba Inu into the PondX platform resulted from an open community poll conducted on platform X. PondX, demonstrating its commitment to user inclusivity, gave its users the power to choose the next token for integration. At the Pond, we like to let the community decide! Next token to add to — Pond Coin (@Pond0x) September 2, 2023 The poll included options such as Chainlink, Rollbit, Shiba Inu, and Mog. Shiba Inu captured the majority by claiming 46% of the votes, proving its popularity among the PondX community. Chainlink came in second place with 30% of votes. PondX has introduced SHIB as an exchangeable token, which means that when users access the site, SHIB is now listed as an option for swapping alongside Ethereum, Bitcoin, PEPE, its native token POND coin, and the stablecoin USDC. Additionally, PondX has announced a limited-time 2x reward for transactions with the Shiba Inu token. This incentive, available until Sept. 9, rewards users who make SHIB swaps on the PondX platform. PondX, recognized for its ability to aggregate liquidity from various decentralized exchanges, chains, and bridges, operates on a rewards system that factors in the frequency, volume, and type of tokens swapped by its users. The recent ... read More

Money Leaves ADA, SOL To Small Cap Altcoins, Here's Where It's Headed

    With the crypto market rally, altcoins have benefitted just as much as bitcoin. Digital assets across the space have been able to return to their pre-FTX collapse levels, signaling the start of a bull run. However, as the market begins to settle into this new normal, investors are moving gains around from larger cap assets to take advantage of possible price movement in smaller altcoins. Cycling Out Money To Small Cap Altcoins A recent report from on-chain data aggregation website Santiment shows that investors may be moving money out of larger cap coins such as Cardano and Solana and moving to small cap coins. This paints a picture of a rotation of funds rather than outright pulling money out of the crypto sector. Santiment notes that the large gains recorded by the likes of Solana, Cardano, and Polkadot are now being moved into smaller altcoins. Most of these coins are top 200 and below tokens with market caps lower than $300 million. The cycling of funds into these smaller altcoins is shown by their address activity. The image shared by Santiment shows a significant uptick in the address activities of these coins. Most notably, the uptick was seen from last week as a lot of these larger cap coins hit new local peaks. The small cap coins mentioned in the report are TRADE, RBN, SLP, PLSPAD, POND, MITX, MTH, and CBG. Most of these are coins flying under the radar. Ribbon Finance (RBN) which is the most prominent on the list is only at a $139.7 million market cap but has ri... read More

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