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RLC Price:
$6.2 M
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The price of #RLC today is $3.02 USD.

The lowest RLC price for this period was $0, the highest was $3.02, and the exact current price of one RLC crypto coin is $3.01527.

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

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The code for iExec RLC is #RLC.

iExec RLC is 7.1 years old.


The current market capitalization for iExec RLC is $218,253,216.

iExec RLC is ranked #226 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


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

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for iExec RLC is $6,164,749.


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


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 is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 32 crypto exchanges.

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iExec and TalentLayer to Showcase Integration Story at EthLisbon 2023 with $12k of bounty rewards

iExec is gearing up for a major presence at ETHLisbon, the largest Ethereum hackathon in Europe, providing an excellent opportunity for developers and blockchain enthusiasts to explore iExec’s latest developer tools. In collaboration with TalentLayer, a recent adopter of the iExec tech stack, we are sponsoring an exciting bounty for developers, with a substantial $12,000 up for grabs! 1st Prize 🥇$6000 in RLC, 2nd Prize🥈$4000 in RLC, 3rd Prize🥉$2000 in RLC, To be eligible for one of these prizes, simply integrate iExec and TalentLayer tools into your applications — it couldn’t be more simple. Before more detailed description of the bounties are given, developers are encouraged to prepare by familiarizing themselves with iExec and TalentLayer tools before the hackathon. Here’s where to start: Learn about iExec’s tools: iExec’s developer tools offer a groundbreaking solution for maintaining effective communication while upholding user data integrity. These tools include the iExec DataProtector, ensuring privacy preservation through Confidential Computing and blockchain, and iExec Web3Mail, enabling secure and anonymous notifications for registered Ethereum account users 1. iExec DataProtector iExec DataProtector is a data permissioning stack designed to build solutions that hide or reveal data based on configurable parameters, empowering users with more control over their data. It utilizes Confid...

DataProtector & Web3Mail: The Tech Behind the Tools

iExec recently unveiled new developer tools to address the use case of ‘Privacy-Enhancing Marketing’. These tools are the iExec DataProtector and iExec Web3Mail. These developer tools, existing as simple-to-use npm code packets, aim to revolutionize the way DApps handle data privacy and communication. This article will deep-dive into the technical functions of DataProtector and Web3Mail. — iExec DataProtector - The iExec DataProtector is a tool designed to protect user data by utilizing an encryption mechanism and managing access rights through smart contracts. Data owners can grant permission to applications, enabling them to use data — without actually disclosing the data itself. This tool is an efficient solution for handling data; it bundles and simplifies iExec dataset functionalities such as data encryption and access rights management. Furthermore, DataProtector facilitates the retrieval of all protected data associated with a specific owner or a specific data schema (see below an example of data schema). It also provides the user with the capability to revoke one or all access rights to data. In other words, data owners have the ability to dynamically manage and control access permissions, which ensures robust security and privacy of their data, with a user-friendly tool. In the iExec ecosystem, a dataset is a Non-Fungible Token (NFT) used as a governing mechanism for confidential data. In the iExec Ma...

Project Update September 23: New Integrations, Workshops, Hackathons, and Intel Partner Alliance

As summer transitions to autumn, we’re excited to recap the landmark advancements at iExec. We commenced the season as a proud sponsor at ETHCC, Europe’s biggest and most renowned Ethereum developer conference. iExec co-founder Gilles Fedak presented a mainstage keynote, sharing our innovations with the engaged developer community. Our booth was a hub of activity, showcasing our groundbreaking Web3 Marketplace and the latest developer tools, emphasizing our leading role in Web3 evolution. Building on this, July and August saw iExec intensify its dedication to the Web3 ecosystem with new products, collaborations, and notably, joining Intel’s Partner Alliance program. Join our recap as we gear up for upcoming hackathons, workshops, and the introduction of tools for our next ‘focus use case’. — TalentLayer Implements iExec for Privacy-Centric Email Marketing - TalentLayer, an open data ecosystem and protocol for the hiring sector, has adopted the iExec tech stack to boost privacy in email marketing for hiring platforms. Using blockchain, TalentLayer provides a peer-to-peer platform, allowing users to fully own their data. iExec’s recent Web3Mail tool, released in July as npm code packages, facilitates email communication using only public wallet addresses, keeping actual email address data hidden. TalentLayer is incorporating Web3Mail into their open-source frontend, StarterKit, on the iExec Sidechain. This br...

TalentLayer integrates iExec’s Dev Tools for Privacy-Enhanced Marketing

TalentLayer, an innovator reshaping the tech stack for work, integrates iExec’s game-changing Web3 developer tools for Privacy-Enhanced Marketing (PEM). iExec blockchain and confidential computing are making way for a new era, where user-centricity and enhanced privacy become the pillars of digital communication. Read TalentLayer’s official announcement article here. TalentLayer Partners with iExec on Privacy-Preserving Email Marketing Tools for Hiring Platforms The modern digital landscape has brought with it a dilema: effective marketing often meant compromising user privacy. But as we transition to Web3, there’s a clear pivot towards user autonomy and privacy. How can we market effectively without compromising these principles? iExec’s latest developer tools addressing the use case of “Privacy-Enhanced Marketing” (PEM) provide a groundbreaking solution, and today we’re thrilled to announce that TalentLayer, a trailblazer in the hiring tech sector, has chosen to integrate these iExec tools. TalentLayer is an open protocol and developer toolkit for building interoperable freelance, gig, and hiring platforms. Their innovations are setting a precedent in the hiring sector, harnessing blockchain technology to enable shared network benefits and let users own their reputations. TalentLayer’s challenge has been clear: How to maintain effective communication — alerts on job postings, applications, payments, pr...

iExec Strengthens Ties with Intel, becoming a Gold Member in Intel Partner Alliance

We are thrilled to announce that iExec is now a proud Gold Member of the Intel Partner Alliance. This achievement not only marks a new chapter in the continued collaboration with Intel, but also highlights iExec’s dedication to privacy-preserving solutions through the combination of Confidential Computing and Blockchain technologies. Over the past 5 years, iExec’s collaboration with Intel has flourished, which is evident from our collaborative efforts centered on the use of Intel SGX hardware enclaves with blockchain. This joint venture has been instrumental in the development of our state-of-the-art privacy-preserving infrastructure. Back in 2018, Intel and iExec worked together to construct the very first end-to-end secured solution combining confidential computing and blockchain, presented together at the Consensus 2018 event in New York City. The collaborative milestones didn’t stop there. We also co-authored the Off-Chain Trusted Compute Specification with Intel, a groundbreaking initiative for the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA) consortium. We’ve continued to work alongside Intel on various research papers and Proofs-of-Concept (POC), including a demo using 5G connected ‘rescue robots’ showcased at the 2019 Mobile World Congress event.A showcased at the 2019 Mobile World Congress event. As a member of the Intel AI Builder Program, iExec and Intel offered a solution for AI model renting to empower owners ...

Introducing Privacy-Enhancing Marketing: The Future of Marketing in Web3

TL;DR: Revolutionizing Web3 marketing, iExec releases new developer tools that enable Privacy-Enhanced Marketing, prioritizing user privacy and consent control. Traditional Web2 marketing has repeatedly proven to be a failure in safeguarding privacy and obtaining consent. The pursuit of never-ending performance optimization has led to invasive data collection practices, opaque algorithms, a blatant disregard for user rights, and the implementation of data monetization mechanisms that never benefit the user. This is one of the main reasons why an increasing population of tech-savvy users gravitate towards Web3 solutions. However, the new Web3 paradigm, where users authenticate and connect to services using wallet addresses, has led to direct marketing becoming exceedingly challenging for Web3 companies. Can technology enable a web3 version of digital marketing that ensures user privacy and provides full control over consent? To tackle these obstacles, iExec has developed an innovative approach that transforms how marketing actions can be run in Web3. Our solution empowers decentralized apps and their users by fostering consent, preserving privacy, and building powerful and secure connections. — What is Privacy-Enhanced Marketing (PEM)? - Keeping in mind the top challenges Web2 and Web3 face today, iExec has developed an innovative approach. It is based on the following principles: User consent management mechanisms sho...

Peanut Protocol using iExec TEE in Prototype for Private Crypto Transfers

As the evolution of blockchain technology accelerates, privacy is growing into a pressing concern for both users and businesses. While public blockchains offer unparalleled transparency and decentralization, they may inadvertently expose sensitive information about users’ identities and transactions. In certain situations, maintaining the privacy of users’ on-chain and off-chain identities is crucial to ensure security, prevent fraud, and protect sensitive information. Private transactions are essential in scenarios where confidentiality is of the utmost importance. One such use case is the distribution of assets, such as airdrops, to a group of individuals whose off-chain identities are known, but their on-chain identities need to remain undisclosed. Reasons for this include protecting user privacy, complying with data protection regulations, and ensuring that users can safely interact with blockchain applications without exposing their personal information. For instance, a company might send tokens to employees as an incentive or reward. While the company knows its employees’ off-chain identities, it may not have access to their on-chain wallet addresses or might want to protect its employees’ privacy by not associating their on-chain addresses with their real-life identities. In such cases, private transactions are essential for securely and confidentially transferring assets to the intended recipients without compr...

Project Update May 23 - iExec’s Strategic Focus on Use Cases

Marketplace Strategy: iExec’s Focus on Select Use Cases - As we continue to evolve the iExec Marketplace, we’re excited to share an update on how we approach how both end users and developers of apps on the platform, and more importantly how they get value from it. But first, let’s rewind — how did we get here? First and foremost, our goal is to empower end users to discover the most valuable applications available to them. We want to ensure that they can easily find and utilize applications that cater to their specific needs. Simultaneously, we aim to offer an environment that fosters the development of high-value applications by providing developers with the necessary resources and incentives to build, so that they can monetize their apps within the iExec ecosystem. After conducting extensive market research, including collaborations with Gartner research, we identified five target market segments: Governance, Protection, Privacy, Compliance, and Data-Processing. In addition, we defined six customer profiles (Requesters), including both Web2 and Web3 actors. By aligning the target segments with the customer profiles, we have generated a vast list of Use Cases for iExec marketplace apps. To prioritize that list, we scored these apps based on Value & Feasibility, ultimately selecting seven priority Use Cases for iExec to focus on as part of the Marketplace strategy. Identified Use Cases cover a range of excit...

User Privacy and Consent in Marketing: Top 5 Challenges

Direct and cost-effective means of communication are essential for businesses to be able to connect with their target audience. However, popular marketing strategies like email pose increasing concerns regarding privacy and consent — all issues that can, thankfully, be addressed through Web3 technology. — 1. Lack of User Consent is A Growing Concern - Users often have little control over authorizing the sharing of their data with third parties. This lack of transparency raises questions about privacy and the potential misuse of personal information. Distrust in companies regarding personal data protection is at an all-time high. Marketers must address these concerns by ensuring ethical practices and implementing end-to-end secured systems. Emailing and Newsletters have become the standard for businesses to directly reach out to customers. However, one of the significant limits of this approach is the lack of user consent and governance over what is done with their email after subscription. Additionally, there’s a growing lucrative market selling email databases led by data brokers. — 2. Wallet Privacy Risks for Users’ Anonymity - Interacting with Web3 apps, users often rely on blockchain wallets for storing and managing their digital assets. At the same time, these wallets are envisioned to represent a user’s digital identity based on their personal information. Wallet privacy risks have emerged as a...

iExec Releases V8: Confidential Computing, Faster, More Scalable

iExec Releases V8: Confidential Computing, Faster and More Scalable - Meet iExec’s latest tech stack upgrade: V8. iExec V8 strengthens the iExec Confidential Computing solution with new features and technical integrations that empower developers to address use cases that were previously unimaginable. iExec V8 now supports Intel® SGX2, the Gramine framework for TEE, as well as an essential technical upgrade where the ‘SMS’ of iExec’s confidential computing infrastructure now runs fully inside a hardware enclave. — Intel SGX V2: Confidential Computing with Faster Execution, and Larger Memory Capacity - In 2018, iExec released the first-ever ‘trusted compute’ solution for blockchain, collaborating with Intel and using Intel® SGX hardware enclaves. Intel® SGX hardware enclaves are a form of ‘Trusted Execution Environment’ (TEE). Hardware enclaves are a dedicated part of a machine’s CPU, where select pieces of code can run inside a protected area. In some cases, ensuring that code runs correctly without any third party altering the execution, is even more important than hiding the computational data. This is essential for cases where code is executed on a remote machine that is not controlled by the computing requester. It ensures that not even the key admin user of a machine can access the code or data running on their machine. Today, iExec has integrated Intel® SGX 2 into its infrastructure, a new v...


SHIB Spikes 5% as Binance Announces Shiba Inu (SHIB) as Collaterized Ass...

    Crypto exchange, Binance has announced the addition of twenty-two loanable assets and collateral assets on Flexible Loan and VIP Loan on August 4th. New collateral assets include popular memecoin Shiba Inu (SHIB), along with Compound (COMP), Enjin (ENJ), and other tokens such as IOTA, RLC, HOT, THETA, and IOST. Binance's latest official announcement, soon sparked conversations about a potential listing of BONE on the crypto exchange. BONE is being touted as a crucial token for applications built on the layer 2 Shibarium ecosystem in addition to SHIB, LEASH, and TREAT. According to Shiba Inu's lead Shytoshi Kusama, BONE will also serve as the 'passport to the future,' being the token delegators bury to acquire rewards. Notably, it will also function as a gas token for Shibarium, and technology governance within the new system. Kusama also revealed plans to mint the remaining supply of BONE tokens, followed by the renouncement of the BONE contract. Meanwhile, the upcoming Shibarium is expected to help Shiba Inu move away from its memecoin status and become a serious decentralized finance (DeFi) contender in the blockchain space. With the launch drawing closer, the hype around SHIB has increased significantly. It was up by more than 5% over the past 24 hours. pushing its weekly gains to over 10%. BONE had also gained bullish momentum during the same period. Over the past week, the token was up by 25%. The surge can be attributed to various crypto exchanges listing this includes... read More

AI Crypto Economy Suffers $1.42B Loss Since February Peak; Top Tokens Re...

    In February 2023, the AI-driven cryptocurrency sector reached a staggering $4 billion in value. Yet, it has since experienced a downturn of $1.42 billion. Over the last week, eight of the top 10 AI-based crypto tokens saw declines against the U.S. dollar.Downturn Hits AI Crypto Market Once a thriving market, AI-focused cryptocurrency assets have undergone considerable value reductions in the past four months. On February 27, 2023, the AI crypto economy was worth around $4.03 billion, but by May 28, 2023, it had lost $1 billion in value. Since that time, an additional 420 million has been shed from the AI-focused crypto coin market. Cumulatively, since its peak at the end of February, roughly $1.42 billion has been stripped from the AI-crypto economy's worth. The previous week wasn't particularly favorable for the top ten coins in this sector either, with most of the leading AI-focused crypto assets recording losses over the last seven days. The top AI crypto asset by market capitalization - graph (GRT) - dropped by 4.97% during this period as singularitynet (AGIX) fell by 7.99%. Ocean protocol (OCEAN) registered the largest loss among the top ten AI tokens this past week with a decline of 13.7% against the U.S. dollar. (FET) saw a negative impact of 9.94%, while dkargo (DKA) experienced a 4.38% increase. Iexec rlc (RLC) plunged by 8.18%, numeraire (NMR) dipped by 2.56%, and covalent (CQT) experienced a moderate rise of 2.26%. Alethea liquid intelligence (ALI) fell b... read More

AI-Centric Crypto Market Loses Over $1 Billion in Value in 90 Days 

    Roughly three months ago, 74 AI-driven digital currencies boasted a market value exceeding $4 billion. However, since that time, the AI-centric crypto market has experienced a loss of more than $1 billion in value.The Decline in AI-Driven Cryptocurrencies: $1 Billion Wiped Out From Market At the start of the year, products incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) witnessed substantial demand with the rise of AI-focused software noted throughout 2023. This trend permeated into the cryptocurrency sphere, resulting in up to 74 AI-centric tokens amounting to a value of $4.03 billion by the end of February. At its peak, the AI crypto market recorded a $444.39 million 24-hour trade volume on February 27, 2023. Presently, both trade volume and market valuation within the AI crypto sector have significantly decreased. Data from reveals that a total of 89 crypto assets tied to AI are currently valued at $2.93 billion. Despite an additional 15 AI-centric tokens being introduced, $1.1 billion in value has exited the AI crypto space in the past 90 days. On Sunday, May 28, approximately $409 million worth of trades took place involving AI-focused tokens. When the AI-crypto economy peaked at $4 billion, it accounted for 0.37% of the overall crypto market's net worth. As of now, the AI-crypto industry merely makes up 0.26% of the complete crypto economy's total value over the weekend. Over the past month, all top five AI crypto assets have suffered losses. The largest AI ... read More

Openai's GPT-4 Launch Sparks Surge in AI-Centric Crypto Assets

    Following Openai's release of GPT-4, a deep learning and artificial intelligence product, crypto assets focused on AI have spiked in value. The AGIX token of the Singularitynet project has risen 25.63% in the last 24 hours. Over the last seven days, four out of the top five AI-centric digital currencies have seen double-digit gains against the U.S. dollar.An Overview of AI-Centric Crypto Asset Market Moves After GPT-4 Release On March 14, 2023, Openai launched the next iteration of deep learning and artificial intelligence (AI) with the release of GPT-4, otherwise known as Chat GPT-4. Openai detailed on Tuesday that the new product is a “milestone” as it accepts images and text inputs and emits text outputs. GPT-4 has also passed various professional and academic benchmarks better than the GPT-3.5 version. Furthermore, on Tuesday, it was shown that GPT-4 was able to review an Ethereum smart contract and identify specific bugs and vulnerabilities. 'I dumped a live Ethereum contract into GPT-4,' Coinbase Director Conor Grogan explained on Tuesday. 'In an instant, it highlighted a number of security vulnerabilities and pointed out surface areas where the contract could be exploited. It then verified a specific way I could exploit the contract.' Grogan also mentioned how the smart contract was exploited in 2018 and GPT-4 was able to identify the exploits used. Since the release of Openai’s GPT-4, AI-centric tokens are reaping the benefits of the product’s ... read More

Artificial Intelligence Crypto Assets Continue to Surge, Accounting for ...

    Following a brief downturn in mid-February 2023, artificial intelligence (AI) crypto assets have continued to see gains over the last 30 days. Currently, out of 74 listed AI-focused cryptocurrencies, the net value of all these tokens has risen to more than $4 billion, which accounts for 0.37% of the entire crypto economy's value. Majority of Listed AI Cryptocurrencies See Positive Gains Over Last Month Artificial intelligence (AI) has been a dominant theme in 2023, resulting in a significant surge in the value of AI-focused tokens this year. News reported on the rise of these cryptocurrencies at the end of January, and despite a brief pullback in mid-February, AI crypto assets have continued to see gains throughout the month. According to data from, 74 AI-centric digital currencies are now worth $4.03 billion, accounting for 0.37% of the overall crypto market and 1.19% of the smart contract token market. Moreover, the majority of the 74 listed cryptocurrencies associated with artificial intelligence have experienced positive gains in the last month. The largest of the AI-focused digital currencies is graph (GRT), with a current market valuation of approximately $1.42 billion. GRT has increased 70.57% against the U.S. dollar in the last 30 days. Singularitynet (AGIX), the second-largest AI-centric crypto asset, has surged 132.67% this month. (FET) has risen by 53.21%, and ocean protocol (OCEAN) is up 7.26% in the 30-day period. Iexec rlc (... read More

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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