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RAZOR

Razor Network  

#RAZOR

RAZOR Price:
$0.00844
Volume:
$41.5 K
All Time High:
$0.89
Market Cap:
$3.2 M


Circulating Supply:
376,709,360
Exchanges:
5
Total Supply:
1,000,000,000
Markets:
7
Max Supply:
1,000,000,000
Pairs:
9



  RAZOR PRICE


The price of #RAZOR today is $0.00844 USD.

The lowest RAZOR price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00844, and the current live price for one RAZOR coin is $0.00843802.

The all-time high RAZOR coin price was $0.89.

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


  RAZOR OVERVIEW


The code for Razor Network crypto currency is #RAZOR.

Razor Network is 1.7 years old.


  RAZOR MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Razor Network is $3,178,680.

Razor Network is ranked #702, by market cap (and other factors).


  RAZOR VOLUME


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

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Razor Network is $41,519.


  RAZOR SUPPLY


The circulating supply of RAZOR is 376,709,360 coins, which is 38% of the maximum coin supply.


  RAZOR BLOCKCHAIN


RAZOR is a token on the Ethereum blockchain, and has digital contracts with 2 other blockchains.

See list of the RAZOR Blockchain contracts with 3 different blockchains.


  RAZOR EXCHANGES


RAZOR is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  RAZOR RESOURCES


Websiterazor.network
Whitepaperdocs.razor.network
Twitterrazor_network
Redditr/RazorNetwork
Telegramrazornetwork
Discorddiscord.gg/Js4pBny2rw
Mediumrazor-network


  RAZOR DEVELOPER NEWS



Razor Network Community Update: September 2022

We are down to the last quarter of this year, and the previous month has been exhilarating for us, maybe for many of our community members as well. Having left September 2022 behind, let us provide you with the highlights of last month, as we always do in this community update. Let us start with one of the critical milestones we recently achieved — the launch of Razor Network Alpha on SKALE Network, beginning September 1, 2022. Our invitation to the community to become part of the Alpha launch received a great response, with many coming forward to participate as validators and delegators. — 200,000 $RAZOR Giveaway as Part of Alpha Launch! - Celebrating the successful Alpha launch on SKALE mainnet, Razor Network organized a campaign for its community, giving away a total of 200,000 $RAZOR tokens. As part of the campaign, participants had to perform tasks, and in return, 200 lucky winners received 1000 $RAZOR each. The rewards were paid out soon after the campaign. Check out the pay-out transaction hashes here, and here. — Staking Rewards up to 89% APY - With the launch of Razor Network Alpha, $RAZOR network staking went live, offering an APY of up to 89% (please note: APY is subject to change with time and increase/decrease in TVL), and the total value of $RAZOR locked in the contracts surged to 86.61 Million $RAZOR in no time. Check the real-time staking stats here. Meanwhile, those who are planning to sta...




Razor Network Onboards Fiberblock as an Institutional Validator

The web3 powerhouse, Fiberblock, receives a warm welcome as it joins the Razor Network ecosystem. Our mission at Razor Network to be the blockchain-agnostic decentralized oracle solution for DeFi and web3 ecosystems is slowly becoming a reality. Helping us achieve our goals are several partners and a strong Razor community. Our list of partners just got bigger with the addition of Fiberblock as an institutional validator on the Razor Network. The partnership with Fiberblock will help the Razor Network further strengthen its validator network and possibly even expand the adoption of its oracle solution among upcoming projects in the blockchain and web3 space. To put things in perspective, Fiberblock is more than just an institutional validator. It is a full-fledged software and blockchain development firm based out of Dubai, specializing in dApp development, outsourcing, business relations, and even incubating early-stage promising projects in the crypto space. Fiberblock also develops and operates its own products, including the NFT marketplace Artrific.io, Fluxswap.io DEX, and TankWars.zone Play-to-Earn game, among others. Adding Fiberblock as an institutional validator will allow Razor Network to provide its oracle solution to a broader audience and potentially provide additional $RAZOR staking and delegating opportunities for the community. Further, dApps development and incubation services offered by Fiberblock also open...




Razor Network Community Update: August 2022

With another month down, we have now entered the last month of Q3 2022. With that, we also have another update on everything that happened in the previous month. While August 2022 was eventful like any other month at Razor Network, it also marked a few landmark developments making it a bit more special. — All Audits Passed, with Flying Colors! - In the last month, we received official word from two leading cybersecurity firms tasked with auditing the Razor Network nodes and smart contracts. Both firms had very little to say with respect to the audit as there were no serious flaws to be found anywhere. Razor Network’s smart contracts were audited by SlowMist, a very reputable brand that counts a few marquee names as its clients. After subjecting the Razor Network smart contract codes to a series of stringent tests, including black box, grey box, and white box testing, the SlowMist explored all possible shortcomings and attack vectors that could be exploited. The smart contracts and rest of the code performed as designed, showing no severe flaws to pass these tests with flying colors. Altogether, the SlowMist team identified one potential low-risk issue and suggested minor improvements in two more areas, all of which were addressed in no time. Read the SlowMist security audit report here Halborn Security was entrusted with the security audit of Razor Golang Node and associated oracle smart contracts. During the audit...




Razor Network Alpha is Now Live on SKALE

We have got some great news for the Razor community. The much-awaited launch of Razor’s decentralized oracle network on SKALE is finally happening. Starting September 1, 2022, at 1 PM UTC, $RAZOR holders can join the Razor Network as validators on SKALE and participate in staking. Razor Network Alpha will be launched on the SKALE Network, marking an important milestone in developing the one-of-its-kind, completely decentralized oracle solution for DeFi and Web3 applications. This launch follows extensive testing and stringent audits, which played an essential role in ironing out a few minor issues in the early stages. The community’s enthusiastic participation in a series of incentivized testnet campaigns proved to be helpful in stress testing various network components. — Run Your Node, Stake, and Delegate your $RAZOR - $RAZOR token holders can join the Razor Alpha ecosystem as validators or delegators. To become a validator and operate your node, one must stake a minimum of 1M $RAZOR. Not enough $RAZOR? Fret not, as there are no minimum requirements to delegate your $RAZOR and contribute towards network validation. — How to Participate? - With the Razor Alpha going live on SKALE, one would need $RAZOR on SKALE Network. Currently, users can bridge their $RAZOR on Ethereum to SKALE. Those holding $RAZOR on Ethereum or Polygon chains will have to bridge their tokens to SKALE to participate in the network activ...




Halborn Completes Razor Network Security Audit

We are happy to announce that Razor Network has surpassed yet another milestone. Halborn security, the reputed audit firm hired to conduct the security audit of Razor Golang Node and the smart contracts, has handed over the report. As expected during the previous incentivized testnet campaign, our infrastructure has passed the tests with flying colors. The smart contracts and Razor Go repository with the codebase for Golang implementation of Razor Network nodes were audited by Halborn’s blockchain smart contract security experts for nearly four weeks. During the period, the code was scrutinized, and components were put through rigorous manual and automated security testing processes to identify any vulnerabilities. Engineers at Halborn went through all the standard security audit steps, starting with research into the architecture and purpose of the contracts, static security analysis of the repository and imported functions, manual assessment for security vulnerabilities and correctness, dynamic analysis of Razor Go functions and data types and guided fuzzing to bring out any potential issues. Following the audit, the discovery of these issues highlights the importance of professional security audits of all smart contracts and blockchain infrastructure to minimize, if not eliminate, potential risks. Halborn identified a few potential issues, which were all addressed by the development team at Razor. You can read the full a...




Stakin Joins Razor Network Ecosystem as Institutional Validator

Razor Network’s Validator Network Expands with Stakin’s Entry Razor Network continues strengthening its foothold as a robust, reliable decentralized oracle solution for the DeFi ecosystem. Helping us in the journey are numerous partners. Now, we have one more such partner joining us in the form of Stakin — one of the popular institutional validation service providers for Proof-of-Stake blockchain networks. The entry of Stakin to the list of institutional validators supporting Razor Network will contribute towards additional staking opportunities for the Razor Community while enhancing the reliability of real-world data streams supplied by the Razor oracle network to blockchain projects. Created by a team of Network Infrastructure, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity, and Finance experts, Stakin will be providing the Razor community with a secure, reliable staking service. Adding Stakin to Razor Network will help the project implementation and improve its decentralized governance modules. Users will soon be able to delegate their $RAZOR on the Stakin validator node and support the network. Stakin currently serves over 37 different networks as an institutional validator and staking service provider, managing close to $450 million worth of assets. It is trusted by more than 27,000 stakers, which will only increase once $RAZOR staking gets featured on the platform. Stakers on Stakin can be assured of quality service...




Razor Network — Mining tokenomics

Razor Network — Mining tokenomics - Razor Network Alpha is set to go live on SKALE Network. Join us as a Validator! We are happy to bring you the much-awaited announcement. The alpha version of the Razor Network will soon go live on SKALE Network on 1st September 2022 at 1 PM UTC, following successful security audits by reputed blockchain security audit firms and multiple testnet campaigns. With Razor Network contracts on SKALE, you can put those $RAZORs to good use and get rewarded for your contributions to the growth of the entire community. If you are interested in becoming one of the validators and wish to know how to become one, then keep reading…. — Becoming a Validator on Razor Network - The first thing about becoming a validator on the Razor Network is staking $RAZOR tokens. With a minimum of 2 million $RAZOR tokens in hand, make sure your device meets the minimum specification requirements, which are set pretty low at 16GB of RAM and a 4-core arm64 or amd64 architecture-based processor. With both minimum staking and device requirement boxes checked, you are ready to become a validator once the network is live on SKALE. Please keep an eye on our documentation at Staking | Razor Network. We will release the updated instructions soon! — No Node, No Problem. Become a Delegator - Wish to watch it before you take the plunge, no problem. Those who wish to participate in staking without longer commitment...




NGC StakeX Joins Razor Network as an Institutional Validator

Some more good news for the Razor Network! We are happy to announce the inclusion of one more reputed institutional validator in our network. The latest one, needing no introduction to many, is NGC Ventures, through its NGC StakeX validator service. For those who aren’t aware, NGC Ventures is one of the largest institutional funds in the blockchain space and decentralized ledger space. Their portfolio includes some of the famous and most innovative blockchain protocols and projects, including the likes of Algorand, Avalanche, Solana, Consensys, Polkadot, and SKALE. With the latest development, they have extended their relationship with Razor Network to a network participant. The partnership with NGC StakeX comes at the time when Razor Network is preparing to go live on SKALE. NGC StakeX will operate a Razor Node as an institutional validator to commit accurate and reliable real-world data streams to Razor Network’s decentralized oracle network. NGC StakeX will also open an additional avenue for the Razor community to delegate their $RAZOR and earn rewards. NGC StakeX is the latest in the growing list of institutional validators Razor Network has been adding to its ecosystem as it prepares to go live on the mainnet. — About NGC Ventures - NGC Ventures is a global venture capital fund focused on blockchain technologies founded in 2017. NGC bridges the gap between East and West, helping founders with tokenomics, go-t...




Razor Network Contracts Pass SlowMist Audit with Flying Colors

We are excited to share the results of Razor Network contracts’ latest comprehensive security audit. Conducted by SlowMist, a reputed blockchain security firm with an impressive track record and some of the leading crypto companies and projects as their clients, the final security audit report just landed in our hands. Well, no surprises here as the results were as expected. — PASSED! With No Major Vulnerabilities - As a part of their security audit process, SlowMist subjected Razor Networks smart contracts to a series of tests to identify any potential security vulnerabilities. The testing methods implemented were comprehensive, including black box testing, grey box testing, and white box testing. Each of these tests was explicitly designed to identify security issues and vulnerabilities in different parts of the code and, finally, the entire collection of smart contracts that are part of Razor Network. These three test methods implemented by SlowMist collectively covered every inch of Razor Network’s smart contract infrastructure. While white box testing covered possible vulnerabilities in programs like nodes, SDK, etc., grey box testing addressed issues with code modules to observe initial running status, mining weaknesses, etc. On the other hand, black box testing simulated real-world scenarios with tests carried out from an attacker’s perspective to identify attack vectors and possible weaknesses in overall s...




Razor Network Community Update: July 2022

The last month has been exhilarating for the team as well as the community. In the past month, Razor Network surpassed multiple milestones, gaining visibility and strengthening its position as the one-of-a-kind, completely decentralized oracle solution for the DeFi ecosystem. In this monthly update covering the latest developments in the Razor Network ecosystem over the last month, let us outline things as they happened in July 2022.Curtains Down for Razor Incentivised Testnet — Phase 2 The second and final phase of the Razor Network incentivized testnet campaign ended on June 24, 2022. As promised, the rewards comprising 1,000,000 $RAZOR tokens were distributed to eligible testnet participants at the beginning of July 2022. With over 110 participants always running more than 70 active nodes over the SKALE testnet, the campaign was successful at stress testing the capabilities of the Razor Network ecosystem in a controlled environment. The well-balanced community participation in the incentivized testnet campaign included over 80 validators to achieve a healthy split between stakers and delegators. The assigned rewards for participation in the incentivized testnet campaign were divided into two categories — participation and performance. The eligible winners were decided based on a snapshot of participating wallets with their respective $TESTNET RAZOR token holdings a day after the campaign officially ended. Ever...



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