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|The price of #RPL today is $23.12 USD.|
The lowest RPL price for this period was $0, the highest was $23.12, and the current live price for one RPL coin is $23.11654.
The all-time high RPL coin price was $62.21.
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|The code for Rocket Pool is #RPL. |
Rocket Pool is 2.7 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Rocket Pool is $376,106,105.|
Rocket Pool is ranked #96 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a medium daily trading volume on #RPL.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Rocket Pool is $929,966.
|The circulating supply of RPL is 16,270,000 coins, which is 90% of the total coin supply.|
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|RPL has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 8 crypto exchanges.|
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Rocket Pool — Bring out your nodes
Rocket Pool — Bring out your nodes - Hello Rocket Poolers! With the merge just around the corner, we’ve decided to have a little bit of tongue-in-cheek fun leading up to it. Inspired by Superphiz’s recent #stakefromhome campaign and our motto that “anyone can be a node operator”, we want to keep that ball rolling and show the world how diversified + decentralised staking on Ethereum can be. So bring out your node, have some fun and maybe win some RPL and POAPs doing it! — The Competition - We’ll be awarding RPL and POAPs across 8 categories, each one and their prize detailed below. The competition starts now and will run for two weeks with it concluding on September 14th 00:00 UTC. We will then decide the winners and post those a week later on September 21st 00:00 UTC. Winners will need to “validate” their submission, if it all checks out, they win! — How to Enter. — We want to see your node! Be it huge, tiny, old, dusty or anything in between, doesn’t matter. Post a photo of your staking node on twitter and use the tag #bringoutyournodes in the post! If you want to make your node stand out, we encourage dressing it up should you want to. We are not restricting this to Rocket Pool node operators either, if you’re a solo staker or even a large scale SaaS provider, feel free to submit as well, though if you’re the latter, you might not want to get chosen as the winner in some of t...
Rocket Pool —Protocol DAO Governance Phase 0
Rocket Pool has a vibrant community. Over the last 5 years, it has developed a unique culture and created enriching relationships between its members. Governance is important for all protocols but for Rocket Pool is it a manifestation of our shared values and a passion for Ethereum staking. The Rocket Pool protocol is governed by a two DAO structure. The first of these DAOs is the Protocol DAO (PDAO) — representing users who have engaged in the protocol and helped it grow. The second is the Oracle DAO (ODAO) — made up of well-respected members of the staking ecosystem which provide a valuable service for the protocol and help govern important upgrades to it. Since launch, our main focus has been delivering our exciting Redstone (post-merge) release, but we have progressively laid down the foundations for the Protocol DAO. Protocol DAO (PDAO) The PDAO is a community DAO based RPL governance. It has off-chain and on-chain elements that combine to give it the following powers: Raise and support governance proposals, Spend the PDAO treasury, Potentially change certain protocol settings, For phase 0, the PDAO will have no direct on-chain power. This is to limit the governance power until it is mature and stable enough to take control. The Core Team will affect this power at the behest of the PDAO. Public discourse is essential for governance. Rocket Pool’s community has been instrumental in the development of...
The Merge & Node Operators
If you are a Rocket Pool node operator you are probably wondering what is happening with The Merge and how you should prepare. Don’t worry we have you covered! Redstone is the name of the Rocket Pool release that includes The Merge compatibility. If you haven’t read our Redstone article it is a good primer for understanding the new features coming to Rocket Pool.How will it be rolled out? - The Redstone smart node and smart contract release will happen before The Merge so that Rocket Pool is ready. Here is the outline of events: Smart Node 1.5.0 release (Redstone compatible) — targeted for release this week, Oracle DAO will vote on the smart contract upgrade proposal — targeted for proposal on 15 Aug, Rocket Pool Core Team will apply the smart contract upgrade — targeted for 29 Aug, Ethereum client teams will publish the official Terminal Total Difficulty for The Merge and client releases — approx late Aug, A subsequent 1.5.x smart node version release will contain these client releases (Merge compatible) — approx late Aug, The Merge!!! — targeted for 19 Sept, To prepare for Redstone and The Merge: Prepare your node for Smart Node 1.5.0 — follow the instructions below, Pay attention to Rocket Pool’s Discord announcements and/or Twitter, Install Smart Node 1.5.0 before the Redstone smart contracts are applied (~29 Aug), Install Smart Node 1.5.x before The Merge (~1...
Rocket Pool — The Merge & Redstone
Rocket Pool — The Merge & Redstone - Hello Rocket Poolers! Today we’re exciting to announce Redstone! This is Rocket Pool’s first major upgrade since launching to mainnet. This significant upgrade has been the result of listening to community feedback, researching merge changes that we can utilise for the benefit of all current users and adding a sprinkle of new ideas which we feel will help everyone combined. Before we delve into the Redstone details, it’s important to understand exactly what The Merge ™️ entails for those of you who are new to the space or those who just want a refresher. Redstone’s improvements tie directly into some of the new changes the The Merge ™️ brings, so we’ll begin by giving a rundown on what is possibly Ethereum’s biggest change to date since it launched nearly 7 years ago. — The Merge ™ - All blockchains require a consensus mechanism to make sure that transactions that occur on that particular chain can be agreed upon by all participants in a decentralised network. That’s what makes blockchains work! Ethereum began its life in July 2015 using Proof of Work consensus, this is the same consensus mechanism that Bitcoin currently uses and is the foundation of the Ethereum blockchain we all know and love. The PoW consensus mechanism though isn’t very environmentally friendly as it quite often uses large amounts of electricity. Since that launch of Ethereum...
Devconnect Presentations & Panels
Hello Rocket Poolers! Recently the majority of the team made a (really long) trip to the first ever Devconnect conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The conference went from April 18–25 and was billed as a “A collaborative Ethereum week, built by and for everyone.”“Devconnect is a week-long in-person gathering that will feature independent Ethereum events, each with a unique focus. The goal is to focus on depth-first sessions rather than size, and to bring the Ethereum community together in smaller groups to talk, learn about, or make serious progress on specific subjects.” It covered a significant range of topics ranging from beginner Defi topics, to liquid staking and more advanced topics on MEV. Not only did Rocket Pool have a booth, present talks and feature in several discussion panels, we had the great honour of meeting many community members in person for the first time at our Rocket Pool social event. — Staking Gathering - “Langers” presents our possibly fanciest and most over the top slideshow ever seen at an event The first big event at Devconnect for us was the “Staking Gathering” arranged by the popular Ethstaker community. A big three day event, it encompassed talks from a wide range of players in the staking ecosystem, including us. Some of the other big names included Lido, SSV Network, Obol Network, Flashbots and more.Some of the sweet sweet sticker swag available at our booth We ha...
Where we are and what’s to come!
Hello Rocket Poolers! With our mainnet launch on the 9th November 2021, the decentralised protocol has rocketed to become the second largest Ethereum staking provider in just a matter of weeks. With today's article, we’ll be outlining the current state of Rocket Pool, a new beta program we’re launching that includes a new staking UI and we’ll also be highlighting some amazing community projects that have sprung up around our mainnet release + more! This is a pretty decently sized article, so grab a seat + beverage of your choice and we’ll get started. — State of Rocket Pool - The popularity of a first ever decentralised trustless staking protocol has surprised even us. Since Rocket Pool was designed to be trustless, we had to wait until the beacon chain spec allowed trustless withdrawals via smart contracts, this happened several months after ETH2 staking launched. We then had to undergo months of audits and testing once that feature was locked in. This meant we launched a good deal later than the majority of current staking services. However the wait was indeed worth it, with the decentralised staking protocol overtaking all other Ethereum staking providers bar one in just a matter of weeks…Number 2 baby! defillama.com With that amazing growth, there are also amazing numbers, some of which we’ll throw at you right now. At the time of writing, the protocol’s Total Value Locked (TVL) has grown to ...
Rocket Pool —RPL Token Upgrade & New Addresses (RPL/rETH)
Wow what a ride! Now that the Rocket Pool protocol is finally out in the wild, the real work begins. — Rocket Pool Protocol Token (RPL) - The shiny new Rocket Pool protocol token has been released! The new token replaces the old Rocket Pool token (RPL). Those of you that hold the old token are able to migrate the token using our staking website: stake.rocketpool.net There is no rush, there is no time limit on when you have to migrate. More information on how RPL powers the Rocket Pool protocol tokenomics can be found in our explainer series: Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 3 The new token address is: 0xd33526068d116ce69f19a9ee46f0bd304f21a51f etherscan.io You can find it on Uniswap here: app.uniswap.org Or Bancor here: app.bancor.network Or on Arbitrum Uniswap (layer 2) here: app.uniswap.org Make sure you change your network to Arbitrum Ethereum, to add the Arbitrum network you can use chainlist.org — Rocket Pool ETH (rETH) - Rocket Pool ETH (rETH) is the protocol’s liquid staking token. The rETH token represents an amount of ETH that is being staked and earning rewards within Ethereum Proof-of-Stake. As Rocket Pool node operators stake, the resulting rewards increase the value of rETH relative to ETH. Rocket Pool’s liquid staking token allows holders to benefit from the returns of Ethereum Proof-of-Stake and shortly participate in composable DeFi glory. Find more about staking ETH with Rocket...
Rocket Pool —RPL Token Upgrade & New Addresses (RPL/rETH)
Wow what a ride! Now that the Rocket Pool protocol is finally out in the wild, the real work begins.Rocket Pool Protocol Token (RPL) - The shiny new Rocket Pool protocol token has been released! The new token replaces the old Rocket Pool token (RPL). Those of you that hold the old token are able to migrate the token using our staking website: https://stake.rocketpool.net/migrate There is no rush, there is no time limit on when you have to migrate. More information on how RPL powers the Rocket Pool protocol tokenomics can be found in our explainer series: Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 3 The new token address is: 0xd33526068d116ce69f19a9ee46f0bd304f21a51f https://etherscan.io/token/0xd33526068d116ce69f19a9ee46f0bd304f21a51f You can find it on Uniswap here: https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?inputCurrency=ETH&outputCurrency=0xD33526068D116cE69F19A9ee46F0bd304F21A51f Or Bancor here: https://app.bancor.network/swap?from=0xD33526068D116cE69F19A9ee46F0bd304F21A51f Or on Arbitrum Uniswap (layer 2) here: https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?use=v1&inputCurrency=ETH&outputCurrency=0xb766039cc6db368759c1e56b79affe831d0cc507 Make sure you change your network to Arbitrum Ethereum, to add the Arbitrum network you can use https://chainlist.org/Rocket Pool ETH (rETH) - Rocket Pool ETH (rETH) is the protocol’s liquid staking token. The rETH token represents an amount of ETH that is being staked and earning rewards within...
Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 4
Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 4 - Rocket Pool Explainer Series Part 4 — Mainnet Launch, Oracle DAO Members, Bug Bounty & Audit Reports Hello Rocket Poolers! Today we’re extremely excited to announce the launch date of our highly anticipated mainnet release. To say this is huge milestone for the team and our beloved community would be an epic understatement. Rocket Pool will be launching to mainnet on 9th November, 00:00 UTC. After multiple betas over years, followed by multiple audits from some of the biggest in the industry, we’ve spared no effort to produce and refine a first ever decentralised staking protocol for Ethereum. We originally had this release planned for the 6th October, but we decided to delay that due to the discovery of an very esoteric ETH2 staking issue. This issue was discovered through our bug bounty program and it would have effected not only us if we launched then, but it also effected several live staking platforms as well whom we quickly notified. This article will cover mainnet release details, our initial set of launch Oracle DAO members, a new bug bounty program and information on our audit reports from Sigma Prime, ConsenSys Diligence and Trail of Bits. Now that’s an article! — Rocket Pool ETH2 Staking Protocol Series - Part 1 — Overview and Users of the protocol, Part 2 — The Protocol and Oracle Node DAO’s, Part 3 — RPL & Tokenomic...
Rocket Pool — Prater Testnet Guides
Rocket Pool — Prater Testnet Guides - Hello Rocket Poolers! In just a few days on the 2nd August, 2021 00:00 UTC. Our official Prater Testnet site will be open to the public, running from testnet.rocketpool.net. This is a release candidate for mainnet that will hopefully see minimal updates. If you’re unfamiliar with Rocket Pool or haven’t had the chance to learn about how a decentralised staking protocol for Ethereum works, we’d highly recommend you read our explainer series linked below for a great run down on the whole protocol. Rocket Pool — Staking Protocol Part 1 As with our previous betas, there will be two ways to participate in this testnet. You can use our website to stake ETH and receive rETH, our liquid tokenised staking option. Or you can run a node in the network and maximise your staking returns by earning an extra ETH commission from the protocol and extra RPL rewards for collatorising your node against any penalties or slashing offenses. We’ll also use this update to go over some of the many great changes since the last beta. Since then we’ve incorporated feedback from multiple audits with prominent firms ConsenSys Diligence and Sigma Prime. We’ve also listened closely to our community and added some really impressive improvements that make Rocket Pool completely trustless for node operators. To top that off, we’ve also made some really impressive gas optimisations at some of the mos...