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iExec RLC  

#RLC

RLC Price:
$2.21
Volume:
$29.0 M
All Time High:
$15.74
Market Cap:
$0.2 B


Circulating Supply:
72,382,548
Exchanges:
18
Total Supply:
86,999,784
Markets:
27
Max Supply:
86,999,785
Pairs:
27



  RLC PRICE


The price of #RLC today is $2.21 USD.

The lowest RLC price for this period was $0, the highest was $2.21, and the exact current price of one RLC crypto coin is $2.21013.

The all-time high RLC coin price was $15.74.

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


  RLC OVERVIEW


The code for iExec RLC is #RLC.

iExec RLC is 5.8 years old.


  RLC MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for iExec RLC is $159,974,877.

iExec RLC is ranking upwards to #181 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  RLC VOLUME


There is a large volume of trading today on #RLC.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for iExec RLC is $29,038,062.


  RLC SUPPLY


The circulating supply of RLC is 72,382,548 coins, which is 83% of the maximum coin supply.


  RLC BLOCKCHAIN


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

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


  RLC EXCHANGES


RLC is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 18 crypto exchanges.

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


  RLC RESOURCES


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  RLC DEVELOPER NEWS



Project Update December 2022: The Future of the Marketplace, Worker Pass Utility NFTs, Women in…

Project Update December 2022: The Future of the Marketplace, Worker Pass Utility NFTs Go Live, Initiatives for Women in Web3 - What’s the latest news from iExec? This blog post will give some updates on what the team has been working on over the past few weeks. It’s impossible to capture everything, so for this blog post, we will focus on the hottest topics. On the menu for the last Project Update of the year: a deeper dive into the iExec new strategy, the launch of the Worker Pass Utility NFTs, and what we are doing to support women in Web3. — iExec’s Plan: Address a $145B Market - As 2022 is ending, we want to take the opportunity to share some insights about the upcoming iExec roadmap. If you have followed iExec for some time, you probably know the team has been working on reshaping the approach to the Marketplace. Perhaps you got some info by listening to our Twitter Space in November with Lead Community Manager Blair Maclennan, Head of Adoption Nelly Cornejo, and COO Johan Moonen. If you couldn’t attend, the recording is still available. Anyway, the Marketplace is a huge component of iExec and so it’s worth revisiting right now. — What does ‘Marketplace’ really mean?. — First, let’s take a moment to examine the notion of ‘Marketplace.’ What is it? In a general sense, we define it as a place where demand meets supply for services or products, made available by an ‘intermediary....




Tutorial — Update your Cross-Chain Oracles & Integrate them in your iExec, Ethereum, or Polygon…

Tutorial — Update your Cross-Chain Oracles & Integrate them in your iExec, Ethereum, or Polygon Dapps - A few days ago, we announced that the Oracle Factory was now connected to Ethereum and Polygon. This Cross-Chain functionality accelerates Dapp development and creation on these two major protocols, saving blockchain and Web3 developers time and energy. In this tutorial, we are going to describe how to update an oracle created with the iExec Oracle Factory and retrieve the value of the oracle to use it in your Dapp running on the iExec Sidechain, Ethereum, or Polygon. This tutorial will show you how to use a custom oracle, created with the iExec Oracle Factory, in any application that runs on the iExec Sidechain, Ethereum, or Polygon chains. We’ll walk you through how to put off-chain data from the oracle into your Solidity Smart Contract code. 👉 First, connect your wallet to log in to the iExec Oracle Factory: oracle-factory.iex.ec Select the oracle you want to deploy your Dapp: A preset oracle selected from the iExec Oracle Factory Gallery., or The custom oracle you have created using the API’s URL and key., To learn how to create a custom oracle using the Oracle Factory, follow this tutorial: iExec Oracle Factory — How to create a custom oracle from scratch in 5 minutes Note that you can now add ‘tags’ to your custom oracles when creating them, so they could be easily found by other use...




The iExec Oracle Factory Goes Cross-Chain on Ethereum and Polygon!

With the iExec Oracle Factory, developers are able to create the exact oracles they need for their Dapp, in minutes with just a few clicks, from any kind of off-chain data source. Previously running on the iExec Sidechain, we are delighted to announce that the Oracle Factory is now also connected to Ethereum and Polygon! These new connections allow developers to easily create custom oracles for their Dapp and deploy them on these major protocols. This will accelerate Dapp development and creation, saving developers time and energy. More connections will follow later! Developers have two options when integrating an oracle into their decentralized applications to send real-world data to the blockchain. First, they can use a preexisting oracle provided by an oracle provider. However, this means the data they want to collect needs to be popular enough to have its oracle already available in the oracle provider’s catalog. But as more and more innovative Dapps are created, so does the need for specific data. And the corresponding oracle doesn’t always exist. The second option for these developers is to code their oracle from scratch. The problem here is the time and energy it takes to begin a new oracle, as well as the hope that there aren’t any bugs throughout the process. That’s why iExec introduced a game changer in the existing oracle solutions: the Oracle Factory, the sole interface that allows developers to build cus...




Project Update November 2022: Web3 Incubator, Product improvements, ONTOCHAIN, Community Programs…

Project Update: Polygon Cross-chain, Web3 Incubator, Upcoming products, ONTOCHAIN, New Hires, and more! - What’s the latest from iExec? This blog post will give some updates on what the team has been working on over the past few months. As it is not possible to include everything in a single article, we’ve chosen to focus on some topics which have not yet been talked about in detail in previous iExec communications. This Project Update covers 6 topics: ⛓ iExec Oracle Factory x Polygon: new features including cross-chain capabilities with Polygon. 🌐 iExec’s Web3 Incubator for Start-ups with H7., 👀 Upcoming product: Our progress on the cNFT product prototype, 🇪🇺 ONTOCHAIN: EU-funded projects deploying their solutions on the iExec Sidechain, 🚀 Community Rewards & Ambassadors programs & success stories from them, 🕴 HR: An overview of the latest new hires and our ambitions, — Oracle Factory: better user experience and Polygon cross-chain coming soon! - As you may know, the iExec Oracle Factory is a tool that allows developers to create an oracle for the blockchain from any kind of on-chain data. You can build the exact oracle your application needs, in less than 5 minutes, in only a few clicks. The product intends to help developers build applications that need to move off-chain information (from the traditional Web2) on-chain. The iExec Oracle Factory interface is simple, and fast ...




iExec Developer Bounties Season 2: Meet the new Dapps!

Three months ago, iExec launched its Season 2 of bounties to reward developers who build on iExec. There have been some amazing projects created as a result of this program. Today we are happy to highlight some of these Dapps. Congratulations to everyone who worked to deliver them! Back in July, we released Season 2 of the iExec bounty program. The first season in 2021 focused on apps using the iExec Oracle Factory, off-chain computing, and confidential computing technology. This season was the opposite: we wanted the focus to be on ‘tooling’ to improve iExec usage. Eight bounties were available, with 30K RLC up for grabs. Three months after the launch of this new round of bounties, almost all of them have been claimed. We are very impressed by what’s been built to improve and simplify the user experience on the iExec technology. We’re so happy with the results that we wanted to brag about your work to the community (and offer congratulations, too)! => For those not yet familiar with bounties: they are a chance for developers to earn rewards for delivering pre-defined material. This could be code for applications, user interfaces, dashboards, tooling… When the deliverable is successfully met within the specified deadline, iExec pays out a reward in RLC. In exchange, iExec gets a general enrichment of its ecosystem. The iExec bounties can be claimed by anybody who is up for the challenge. — 👉 Tooling Dap...




iExec V7 — More Confidentiality. Better User Experience: New features integrated!

iExec V7 - More Confidentiality. Better User Experience: New features integrated! - After the release of the iExec V7 in December 2021, today, we are happy to announce the implementation of several new features to the tech stack! These new features improve both the performance of the stack and the user experience for developers building on iExec: introducing ‘Multi-secret’, ‘Task Feedback’, ‘Typescript’, ‘The Graph’. iExec V7 was released back in December 2021 which improved TEE task throughput and introduced other features such as Ethereum Name Service (ENS). Continuous improving the tech stack is important to iExec and over the past few months, the tech team has worked hard to implement some long-awaited new features for iExec builders. These new features improve the iExec marketplace in two ways: More powerful confidential computing solution. Create even more advanced confidential computing apps, managing multiple secrets, thanks to the new ‘Multi-Secret’ upgrade., Improved developer experience for iExec builders, thanks to 3 new features: ‘Task feedback’, ‘Typescript’, and ‘The Graph’., — Multi-Secret: Protect multiple secrets confidentiality during computation - ‘Multi-Secret’ is a long-awaited update to the iExec Confidential Computing Solution. In many cases, computations on iExec may require more than one piece of code or data that needs to remain secret. Until now, you cou...




iExec Oracle Factory Migration: how to migrate your oracles to the new production chain (iExec…

iExec Oracle Factory Migration: how to migrate your oracles to the new production chain (iExec Sidechain) - — iExec Oracle Factory is a developer interface for creating custom oracles from any kind of data in 5 minutes. The product was Initially deployed on a testnet blockchain. The iExec Oracle Factory is now being deployed on the iExec Sidechain, to allow people to use their oracles in their apps deployed on the sidechain. If you have created oracles using the iExec Oracle Factory and want to keep them, there are a few steps to follow to migrate them to the iExec Sidechain.. — ℹ️🚨Important: The iExec Oracle Factory is evolving. The Sidechain Testnet will be closed to the public on October 14, 2022. To avoid losing your oracles, migrate them to the ‘iExec Sidechain’ production network before this date. It can be done in a couple of clicks. — The iExec Oracle Factory now runs on the iExec Sidechain - Back in October 2021, the iExec Oracle Factory was launched. This product interface can be used to create custom oracles from any kind of data, in less than 5 minutes, directly from a browser, using only the API URL and key! For those who need a quick refresher, oracles are bridges that transmit data from the real world (the Web 2.0 Internet) to the blockchain. The iExec Oracle Factory addresses the need for custom oracles, allowing developers to easily build an oracle from the exact data required for...




Earn tokens by building within the iExec Ecosystem — New Developer Bounties (Season 2)

Earn tokens by building within the iExec Ecosystem — New Developer Bounties (Season 2) Around one year ago, iExec published its first round of bounties, rewarding developers who built within the iExec ecosystem. iExec is now happy to announce that a new batch of bounties are now available and ready to claim. These new bounties mostly focus on ‘tooling’ to improve user/dev experience in the iExec ecosystem. There are 8 new bounties, with a total of around $30k in RLC tokens to earn.💰 Claim a bounty, deliver, get paid in RLC tokens Bounties are a chance for developers to earn rewards for delivering pre-defined material. Deliverables can consist of code for an application, a user interface, tooling, dashboards, improvement proposals… anything that adds value to the iExec ecosystem. When deliverables are successfully met within the specified deadline, iExec pays out rewards in RLC tokens. In return, iExec gets its technical stack in the hands of a new developer audience, increased awareness for its use cases, and general enrichment of its ecosystem. Bounties and grants are rewards that we offer as part of our Developer Program, to support developers who want to discover the opportunities made possible by the iExec protocol.🔨 Build an app or deliver tooling to improve user experience on iExec Last year, iExec has a successful first round of bounties. Developers delivered apps that used the iExec Oracle Factory...




EthCC 2022 — Personal Data, NFTs, and iExec Confidential Computing: an early product prototype

EthCC 2022 — Personal Data, NFTs, and iExec Confidential Computing: an early product prototype Discovering the latest updates while eating croissants with the Ethereum development community? That’s EthCC! The team has been a sponsor of the EthCC event every year since their first edition, each year presenting our latest milestones on the main stage. 2022 was no different. iExec CEO Gilles Fedak gave an exclusive sneak peek at an early product prototype: a personal data wallet that mints NFTs from personal data, which can be used to identify users within decentralized applications while retaining total governance and confidentiality.Today, you need to share your personal data to access a service Before introducing our work on this prototype, let’s face a fact. Today, there is a sense of obligation to share personal data to access or use Web2 services or applications. If you’re not willing to share your email or phone number, chances are that you can’t use any Web2 applications. Even after you’ve handed over your personal data, you can’t be sure exactly where your data goes or how it is used. On the contrary, Blockchain and Web3 offer users the opportunity to regain control over their personal data. That’s why iExec is building a personal data wallet that could change the way users’ personal data is used and shared within applications.Tomorrow, keep confidentiality of your personal data while identifying ...




ONTOCHAIN Open Call 3: Apply for €119.5k+ of funding to develop your blockchain & Web3 project

iExec has been a core partner of the EU project ONTOCHAIN since its launch back in 2020. After Open Call 1 in 2020 and as Open Call 2 ending, it is now time for Open Call 3 to start. This last call of the ONTOCHAIN project will offer grants up to 119.500€, in addition to free coaching and access to infrastructure. Applications are open until the 25th of July 2022. By now, we guess that you are all aware of the European ONTOCHAIN project, which aims to develop an ecosystem for trusted, traceable, and transparent ontological knowledge management. For that, ONTOCHAIN offers a 10-month supporting program for the selected projects. As one of the scientific partners and advisors, iExec provides mentoring and support for its technical stack to projects in the ONTOCHAIN ecosystem.What is Open Call 3 about? For context, we’ll look back at ONTOCHAIN’s first phase ‘Open Call 1’. Projects accepted for this initial phase were focused on producing functional and technical specifications for the framework. Then, Open Call 2 was about building the components of the ONTOCHAIN framework, guided by real use-cases and results produced during the first year. The goal of the current Open Call 3, based on the results of the first two calls, is to implement real-world technical solutions and business applications contributing to a sustainable and democratic ecosystem. — Through Open Call 3, ONTOCHAIN will select:. — Up to 3 p...




  RLC NEWS


Coinbase Sued for Allegedly Selling 79 Unregistered Crypto Securities &m...

    A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the Nasdaq-listed cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase alleging that the platform lets customers trade 79 cryptocurrencies that are unregistered securities, including XRP, dogecoin (DOGE), and shiba inu (SHIB).Lawsuit Claims Coinbase Sold 79 Unregistered Crypto Securities to Customers A class-action lawsuit was filed last week against Coinbase Global Inc., Coinbase Inc., and CEO Brian Armstrong. Lead plaintiffs and Coinbase users Christopher Underwood, Louis Oberlander, and Henry Rodriguez allege that from Oct. 8, 2019, to the present, Coinbase let customers buy and sell 79 different cryptocurrencies without disclosing that they are in fact securities. The plaintiffs added that these crypto securities are not registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or any state regulators, and Coinbase is not registered as a securities exchange or a broker-dealer. The plaintiffs claim that 'Coinbase's sale of these tokens violates both federal and state law.' The class covers all persons or entities who transacted any of the 79 crypto tokens on Coinbase or the Coinbase Pro platform during the class period. Without registering these crypto assets with the SEC and state regulators, the plaintiffs said: Purchasers do not have access to the disclosures that accompany the issuances of traditional securities. Rather, investors receive - at most - only the so-called whitepapers, which describe the token, but do not satisfy the requi... read More



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