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Siacoin  

#SC

SC Price:
$0.00352
Volume:
$14.2 M
All Time High:
$0.11
Market Cap:
$0.2 B


Circulating Supply:
53,140,342,991
Exchanges:
21
Total Supply:
53,140,342,991
Markets:
38
Max Supply:
Pairs:
45



  SC PRICE


The price of #SC today is $0.00352 USD.

The lowest SC price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00352, and the current live price for one SC coin is $0.00351933.

The all-time high SC coin price was $0.11.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of SC with market cap of BTC and how the supply of SC affects the price at different market capitalizations.


  SC OVERVIEW


The code for Siacoin is #SC.

Siacoin is 7.4 years old.


  SC MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Siacoin is $187,018,574.

Siacoin is ranked #168 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SC VOLUME


There is a large daily trading volume on #SC.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Siacoin is $14,170,116.


  SC SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SC is 53,140,342,991 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.

Relatively, Siacoin has a large supply of coins, 2,415 times larger than Bitcoin's supply, for example.


  SC EXCHANGES


SC is integrated with many pairings with other cryptocurrencies and is listed on at least 21 crypto exchanges.

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


  SC RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #SC, and you can view them on our SC disambiguation page.


  SC RESOURCES


Websitesia.tech
Whitepaperwww.sia.tech/whitepaper.pdf
TwitterSiaTechHQ
Redditr/Siacoin
Discordsia
Mediumblog.sia.tech


  SC DEVELOPER NEWS



Grants Program Update, January 2023

The Sia Foundation has grant funding available for community contributors! The Grants Program was created to fund research, development, developer tools, and anything else that will support and further our mission of user-owned data while enriching the Sia ecosystem. Just design a proposal that meets our requirements, submit to our forums, and wait for review by our grants committee. If your grant gets approved, you’re on your way to creating the next great project on the Sia storage network. Check out our site for more info. — The Current State of Grants - 2023 has been off to a great start with new grant proposals and progress reports for existing grants. We’ve been fortunate to approve one of those new proposals already, and plan to review the others on our normal schedule. Every grantee must provide monthly progress reports, and the committee was pleased with the updates presented so far. These reports are an essential step in maintaining the transparency associated with the program and the dispersement of funds. — Alphaday - Link — What is it?. — Alphaday is a Sia news, on-chain data, and social media aggregator. — Grant Status. — Approved — Updates. — Alphaday was a brand new proposal that presented us with a first-time challenge — development will require the project to use closed-source libraries or other components, while other critical components (and the...




The State of Sia, January 2023

We’re back with the State of Sia, a monthly installment looking at development and team updates for The Sia Foundation. Welcome to 2023! A new year always stirs excitement for the future and reflection at what was accomplished the year prior. For an individual, it might be time to make that resolution a reality. For an organization, it’s time to re-align on goals and get ready for another year of forward progress. When I joined the Foundation, there were just a few months left in 2022. Even within my short time here, I’m incredibly proud to see how much we’ve grown. Here’s a highlight reel of a few notable things the Foundation did throughout last year: got listed on Web3Index, released Embarcadero, a tool for conducting escrowless Siafund/Siacoin swaps, completely redesigned sia.tech, released Sia v1.5.8 and v1.5.9, launched the Grants Program, and approved four of the eight initial proposals, brought on three new hires from Skynet Labs (hi!), and most importantly, made lots of progress on our new apps for Sia — renterd, hostd, and walletd, We made pretty big strides in terms of our development focus and organizational structure, and we intend to carry this into the new year. Before I get ahead of myself though, let’s take a walk through specific work done in the month of December. — Development - — core. — We implemented a modernized version of Sia’s consensus code. This will make ...




Grants Program Update, December 2022

The Sia Foundation has grant funding available for community contributors! The Grants Program was created to fund research, development, developer tools, and anything else that will support and further our mission of user-owned data while enriching the Sia ecosystem. Just design a proposal that meets our requirements, submit to our forums, and wait for review by our grants committee. If your grant gets approved, you’re on your way to creating the next great project on the Sia storage network. Check out our site for more info. — The Current State of Grants - December saw a handful of new grant proposals and updates to existing ones. Unfortunately, due primarily to underdeveloped or unclear submissions, all new proposals have been rejected. The beauty of the program is that no rejection is forever, and a proposal can be updated after the initial rejection for future consideration. — Fabstir - Link — What is it?. — Fabstir is a Web3 platform for e-commerce, video and audio streaming, social media and governance for a fairer society. — Grant Status. — Previously Approved — Updates. — Fabstir was required to submit a clearer budget justification for their grant proposal, and this was accepted by the committee. As we’ve seen multiple times already during the early stages of the Grants Program, more clarity has always been helpful to the decision-making of the Grants Committee....




The State of Sia, December 2022

We’re back with the State of Sia, a monthly installment looking at development and team updates for The Sia Foundation. We hope you’ve been well since our last update. The penultimate month of 2022 was filled with progress as we worked on major initiatives and welcomed new team members. You’ll hear about both shortly! The first of these updates released last month and was received quite well in the community. We were incredibly pleased to see that. We want to better communicate the progress we make, and it seems like this update is shaping up to be a great first step towards that goal. We could also print out the code and send it to you, but we’ll stick with this method for now. — Development - — renterd. — renterd will be our new stand-alone renter. Significant progress continues on the new renterd. A meeting of the minds for the three developers involved resulted in an architectural overhaul of the app. renterd will now consist of three components: worker, bus, and autopilot (names could change). Here's the PR, and here’s the tl;dr: bus is the source of the truth for the stuff, worker does the stuff, and autopilot makes all the stuff happen easily. “Stuff” in this case of course being the litany of contract formations, blockchain checking, downloads, and other work that any particular instance of Sia used for renting must do. This architecture allows renterd to scale horizontally (imp...




Grants Program Update, November 2022

The Sia Foundation has grant funding available for community contributors! The Grants Program was created to fund research, development, developer tools, and anything else that will support and further our mission of user-owned data while enriching the Sia ecosystem. Just design a proposal that meets our requirements, submit to our forums, and wait for review by our grants committee. If your grant gets approved, you’re on your way to creating the next great project on the Sia storage network. Check out our site for more info. — The Current State of Grants - We launched the Grants Program two months ago, and in that time have reviewed three grant proposals. A couple more just dropped this week, but we’ll have more info on those later. Two have been conditionally approved, and the third is awaiting some updates to the proposal. All three have potential to add great new features and tools to the Sia ecosystem, and we’re excited to see them develop as we move forward. Let’s take a look at the two approved grants. — Lume Web. — Status: Approved Lume Web is a project that aims to “unify the dWeb” and make strides towards a better web3. With plans for a Firefox browser extension for viewing web3 content, building upon his third party Skynet portal, and creating new educational sites for this new tech, Lume Web wants to be a major player in the still developing space. Longer term goals include a cus...




The State of Sia, November 2022

Hello Sia community! Welcome to the first State of Sia, a new monthly installment looking at development and team updates for The Sia Foundation. We decided that — considering the size of the team and dev manpower — these should be released once a month. That could easily change as we develop more sophisticated project management and bring on new talent, but you can expect that cadence for the first few iterations here. Speaking of iterations, things might change month-to-month as we find our stride and gather community feedback on how best to present this info. Finally, some of our repos are still private. For those that remember the many PR links of the Sia dev updates back in the pre-Skynet Labs days, know that we’ll re-instate those as we begin to make these repos public over the coming weeks and months. That’s enough from me, so let’s get on with it! — Development - Let’s take a look at the progress of each major development initiative and what to expect moving forward. — Our next-gen apps. — The current Sia-UI and siad let you interact with all of Sia in one app, but part of our updates to these will be splitting functionality into multiple separate programs. We know from years of experience that having everything together under a single roof results in a lot of dead weight for a vast majority of users. Even folks who do need it all usually use a separate instance for each use c...




Announcing The Sia Foundation’s Grants Program

We’re excited to announce the launch of the Sia Foundation’s Grants Program! We welcome and support contributors from all over the world to come and build on Sia. Our goal for this program is to fund research, development, developer tools, and anything else that will support and further our mission of user-owned data while enriching the Sia ecosystem. Significant thought was put into the proposal requirements, and after finalizing the grant committee members last month it’s time to get started. Comprised of members from the Sia Foundation, Skynet Labs, and the Sia community, this committee will regularly meet to discuss and approve grant requests. Head over to our site for more information and requirements for proposal submissions. If you’re interested but have questions or need help submitting your grant feel free to join the Discord server and hop in the #grants-program channel to chat with Kino, Frances, and the committee members. This channel provides a space to ask questions, discuss the grant program, share ideas, provide feedback, and collaborate with community members. See you there, and good luck! Announcing The Sia Foundation’s Grants Program was originally published in The Sia Blog on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Skynet Labs is shutting down. Skynet remains online.

Skynet Labs is shutting down. Skynet will remain online. - It is with regret that we announce Skynet Labs has been unable to complete its next round of fundraising and will be shutting down. Thankfully, Skynet as a platform will be able to continue operating: all user files will remain online and key portions of the infrastructure will continue to be actively developed. Unfortunately, Skynet will have to continue without Skynet Labs and without many of the amazing people who have put their heart and soul into building a brighter future for users and user data. Much of what Skynet has accomplished, including its ability to continue operating in the face of Skynet Lab’s dissolution, and including its ability to provide value to the wider web3 ecosystem, is owed to the efforts and contributions of the Skynet Labs team members. It is with great sadness that we will be letting the members of our team go, even though we have every need for and appreciation of their efforts. Read the full announcement to the Skynet community including what to expect next on Siasky.net or Skynetfree.net. Skynet Labs is shutting down. Skynet remains online. was originally published in Sia and Skynet Blog on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




Skynet Roadmap and Update: Summer 2022

Long overdue, but I’m happy to present the latest update for Skynet’s roadmap. Our recent chaos has caused us to reconsider what technology decisions are acceptable, and what it takes to build a robust platform that meets user expectations for decentralization.Fluid Skynet Portals It has become clear to us that we cannot use portals as a stable piece of infrastructure. The original idea behind portals was to make them a trusted, centralized infrastructure, but allow users to easily switch between portals in the event that a portal went offline. Users would have to find trustworthy portals but would have no exposure to vendor lock-in. This original model was (and still is) several steps ahead of most web3 providers. Major infrastructure providers like Infura and Open Sea are both closed source and difficult to operate. Skynet portals on the other hand are open source and readily swapped out from each other. The challenges with the original model were nonetheless significant. Users on different portals had difficulties sharing files with each other because files uploaded to one portal had a completely different URL than files to another portal. Retrieving files from a different portal required making changes to the URL, which is not difficult but is inconvenient. The UX annoyances surrounding Skynet portals become more pronounced when we started experiencing regular deplatformings. Siasky became unstable, and even users w...




Announcing Skynet Support on Eth.LIMO

Skynet’s footprint in the Ethereum ecosystem is expanding! We’re proud to announce Skynet is now supported on LIMO — a decentralized, open-sourced resolver. Skynet’s footprint in the Ethereum ecosystem is expanding! We’re proud to announce Skynet is now supported on LIMO — a decentralized, open-sourced resolver providing an alternative means of accessing ENS resolvable domains (Example linked here). LIMO and Skynet both strive for principles in building a decentralized, free internet, and we’re excited to see Skynet adoption in open-source, web3 infrastructure. In addition to LIMO, Skynet has worked with ENS, Metamask, and Cloudflare’s eth.link to provide the best decentralized web experience for dapps. Get started by creating an account and uploading data to Skynet Free or Skynet Pro, and follow the steps on our ENS documentation to integrate with LIMO. Originally published at https://skynetlabs.com on July 21, 2022. Announcing Skynet Support on Eth.LIMO was originally published in Sia and Skynet Blog on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.




  SC NEWS


Nashville SC to Accept Valkyrie Investments Sponsorship Fee in Bitcoin

    The Major Soccer League participant Nashville SC partnered with the digital asset investment manager Valkyrie Investments. The latter vowed to pay its sponsorship fee entirely in bitcoin. The First MSL Team to Accept BTC Sponsorship Payment One of the leading American soccer teams – Nashville SC – dived in the world of crypto by signing a deal with Valkyrie Investments. As part of the agreement, the Premier Club – located at Nashville SC’s stadium, will be renamed to Valkyrie Premier Club. In addition to that, the soccer players will have the company’s logo embroidered on their training tops. The soccer team did not disclose the amount of the deal. However, it revealed that Valkyrie Investments will pay it entirely in bitcoin. Thus, Nashville SC will become the first Major League Soccer club to accept the primary digital asset as a sponsorship settlement. Dan Farrell – Vice President of Corporate Partnerships of the team – said the collaboration provides both a “local tie and a platform to connect sports and entertainment to cryptocurrency in the hottest city in the United States.” Accepting bitcoin as a payment method encompasses the club’s ambition to be a pioneer “on and off the pitch.” Speaking on the matter was also Leah Wald – CEO of Valkyrie Investments. In her view, soccer is “very much a community-driven sport,” and the deal could increase crypto’s popularity in the sector... read More



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