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SDN

Shiden Network  

#SDN

SDN Price:
$0.33
Volume:
$349.7 K
All Time High:
$8.29
Market Cap:
$18.9 M


Circulating Supply:
57,002,195
Exchanges:
8
Total Supply:
75,715,210
Markets:
12
Max Supply:
Pairs:
7



  SDN PRICE


The price of #SDN today is $0.33 USD.

The lowest SDN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.331, and the exact current price of one SDN crypto coin is $0.33126.

The all-time high SDN coin price was $8.29.

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


  SDN OVERVIEW


The code for Shiden Network crypto currency is #SDN.

Shiden Network is 1.1 years old.


  SDN MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Shiden Network is $18,882,507.

Shiden Network is ranked #456 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SDN VOLUME


There is a medium daily trading volume on #SDN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Shiden Network is $349,678.


  SDN SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SDN is 57,002,195 coins, which is 75% of the total coin supply.


  SDN BLOCKCHAIN


SDN is the native coin for the Shiden Network blockchain.

View the full list of Shiden Network blockchain tokens.


  SDN EXCHANGES


SDN is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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


  SDN RESOURCES


Websiteshiden.astar.network
Whitepapergithub.com/PlasmNetwork/plasmdocs/blob/master/wp/e...
TwitterShidenNetwork
Redditr/shidennetwork
TelegramPlasmOfficial
DiscordZ3nC9U4
Mediumastar-network


  SDN DEVELOPER NEWS



Legendary artist Yoshitaka Amano curates his first NFT collection on Astar Network

Yoshitaka Amano is a renowned Japanese artist responsible for world iconic artwork, including Speedracer, Sandman: The Dream Hunters cover art, and, most notably, Final Fantasy. A pioneer in creating impossible worlds that pull from his interests in Western culture, his unique style of Japanese art is admired across the globe. He chose a path that continued to venture into new territories; notably, in the 1980s, bringing remarkable character art to the undeveloped video game industry–inspiring a shift from simple arcade gaming to the immersive JRPG experience found in the Final Fantasy series. Unafraid to explore new mediums, Mr. Amano has chosen to pursue an experimental collaboration with the team at Astar to create and release an NFT collection on Astar Network. In fact, he has already begun bringing his art to the digital world with Yoshitaka Amano’s VR Museum, where 100 pieces of art have been remodeled virtually and can be viewed from anywhere, by anyone; an attestation to his drive to create new immersive experiences: “For people to see and appreciate my work is a bonus. It makes me want to draw even more. That was already the case when I was a child, and it hasn’t changed ever since,” Yoshitaka Amano. Astar Network has already partnered with the company double jump.tokyo to launch and store exciting masterpieces, The Black Monster and Night in Chelsea from the comic series Eren of Southpaw. Together they auc...




Top Japanese Companies join Astar to Celebrate Web3

Today we set a world record by publishing an advertisement in a national newspaper with the most companies in a single ad. A total of 329 distinguished Japanese companies came together to create this ad (below) in the Nikkei newspaper, demonstrating support for the adoption of Web3 in the Japanese economy and for Astar Network to lead the way forward. Already the leading Layer-1 chain in Japan, according to the Japanese Blockchain Association, our network has learned that creating the future of Web3 requires working with businesses, legislation, and the community.Nikkei Newspaper Ad Three months ago Astar Japan Lab, already supported by thirty-five companies, including Dentsu, Microsoft, and Accenture, became the quickest way for Japanese businesses to initially step into Web3. Today, this ad celebrates the Japanese government now including Web3 as part of the national policy. This recognition accelerates the union of Web3 with Japanese legislation and opens a new economic possibility for all businesses in Japan. “Web3 is all about community. We are proud that we could make this epoch-making ad supported by 329 companies including the biggest banks, reputable Internet companies and branch officers of a foreign companies like Microsoft and Accenture. This ad reflects a strong unity of the Japanese ecosystem. As Japan’s leading blockchain project, we will do our best to accelerate Web3 innovation through Astar,” said Sota...




Native USDt is available on Astar through XCM

A guide to using the most secure bridge to transfer USDt! — Overview - Recently, Tether.to announced that the Tether token (or USDt) is live on Polkadot. The addition of Tether to the Polkadot ecosystem is another milestone from the industry’s leading stablecoin as it continues to increase its presence in decentralized ecosystems. By leveraging XCM in the Polkadot ecosystem, USDt can now be transferred between all blockchains that are connected to the Polkadot Relay Chain. Below is a quick guide to transferring USDt from Bitfinex to Polkadot and Astar Network via XCM. — XCM — The most secure bridge - XCM, or cross-chain messaging, is the most exciting feature of the Polkadot ecosystem as its described as an ultra-secure bridge. XCM operates within the powerful Relay Chain, using Polkadot’s shared security. Having an ultra-secure bridge embedded in the runtime of each parachain connected to the Relay Chain is more relevant than ever. Listing the recent bridge hacks in this article is irrelevant, but the blockchain industry understands that a trustless bridge is essential to the security and growth of any ecosystem. Polkadot offers this trustless bridge to all its connected parachains with XCM! Today, with multi-chain bridges we need to trust third parties to lock our tokens and mint them as wrapped assets on the other side. This dependence on trust becomes an increasing security risk as more value is l...




Binance.US lists the Astar Native Asset (ASTR)

We’re thrilled to share that the Astar token (ASTR) will be the first asset from Polkadot (not including DOT) to list on Binance.US, a leader in providing secure and reliable access to crypto assets in the United States. Americans now have the freedom to purchase, trade, or hold the most popular blockchain asset in Japan (according to a survey by Japan Blockchain Association). ASTR holders interested in trading on Binance.US can deposit ASTR from their Astar Native Wallet to their Binance.US Account starting at 8:00 EDT on September 13th before the market goes live at the same time on September 14th. ASTR is the asset that powers Astar Network, the blockchain that is building the future of smart contracts platform for multichain. Developers and users benefit from access to multiple blockchain technologies on a single network, including integration with Ethereum and Polkadot ecosystems. Choosing Binance.US as the first exchange to list ASTR in the US allows Americans a new opportunity to hold and trade a popular asset of the Polkadot ecosystem. Our team has been careful to only officially list with leading exchanges that offer customers regulated listings and financial products. Like Japan, the US has strict criteria for reporting and record-keeping to be licensed as a digital asset exchange on the federal level. Binance.US only considers assets that meet their Digital Asset Risk Assessment Framework, selecting assets that a...




Building a Multichain Network with XVM

Our cross-virtual machine (XCM) will allow developers to build smart contracts across WASM and EVM.. — — Introduction. — We are constructing a multichain network that not only allows developers to build smart contracts in either Solidity or ink!, but encourages developers to build across and between EVM and WASM. The first step was to bootstrap Astar Network by creating an ecosystem of dApps built with already successful smart contracts found on other chains, yet we do not believe this is the entire solution for the long-term success of Astar or Polkadot. Instead, we are betting on WASM and multichain smart contracts. Our team is laser-focused on bringing WASM to Astar Network. Recently, we accomplished a great milestone in realizing a multichain network: using our xvm_pallet to interact EVM-to-WASM. — Inspiration for XVM. — The concept of Cross-Virtual Machine (XVM) was first conceived by our team during the time when the Frontier framework (the EVM compatibility layer for Substrate) introduced precompiled contracts for interoperability with Substrate pallets from the EVM environment. At that time Hoon thought, since the WASM smart contracts are also a pallet, that is contracts pallets, then we can create an interface for this pallet as a precompiled–so that contracts on EVM can make calls to WASM contracts. At first, this was just a random idea and part of a wish list, but during a Parity an...




New HRMP Channels Have Opened Between Moonbeam and Astar Network

Allowing Native Movement of the ASTR, and GLMR Tokens Between Chains. Throughout the history of blockchains, interoperability and multi-chain applications are considered the holy grails of Web 3.0. With the Polkadot ecosystem of parachains and cross-consensus messaging (XCM), not only do we have multi-chain assets, but we can also leverage functional interoperability. At Astar Network, we believe that this is the key to creating the next generation of innovative dApps and further progressing Web3.0. By opening the latest HRMP channel with Moonbeam we created a new chapter in our mission. After enabling DOT and Acala native tokens to be transferred in and out of our mainnets last month, we opened the HRMP channel between Moonriver and Shiden Network to allow native movement of the SDN and MOVR tokens between the chains. — Value for Astar ecosystem - By opening more channels on Astar Network, we are preparing to bootstrap the launch of WASM projects and encouraging our builders to create unique use-case on Astar by leveraging the powerful XCM format that Polkadot offers. Recently we launched Swanky Suite: our all-in-one tool for WASM smart contract developers within the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystem. It bridges the various tools of the WASM ecosystem into a single interface, to make building the next generation of smart contracts easy for developers. Now that we are adding GLMR as an XC20 asset on Astar Network, there ...




Blockdaemon Joins Astar to Support Builders

Improving our network’s infrastructure for Astar builders to shape a multichain future. We are thrilled to announce that Blockdaemon will improve our network infrastructure and introduce solutions for developers to build institutional-grade dApps and products by providing full node access both for the Polkadot Relay Chain and the Astar parachain. We welcome Blockdaemon as an Astar collator, while also providing builders with a secure gateway to the Astar blockchain. “We are excited to integrate with Astar to improve accessibility for developers and institutions. Astar is connecting the Polkadot ecosystem to all major Layer 1 blockchains by building… interoperability for a multi-chain future. Combining Blockdaemon’s institutional-grade infrastructure with Astar’s rich tech stack, we look forward to supporting the health of the network and providing a critical on-ramp for Astar dApp developers,” said Cecilia Feng, Strategic Protocol Research Lead at Blockdaemon. As a node operator, Blockdaemon will provide Websocket and RPC endpoints to projects building on the Astar network. Often, it is not feasible for a project, dev, or business to build and maintain their own Astar collator node to access these services. Blockdaemon’s years of blockchain node experience significantly lowers the barrier to entry for Astar-based projects. — Growing a Reliable Network. — Becoming an Astar collator, Blockdaemon will b...




Announcing Astar x Acala DeFi Rising Campaign

Launching Astar x Acala DeFi Rising Campaign - DeFi Rising is a program to celebrate parachain projects connecting to Astar, starting with Acala. This is a long-term multi-project program for long-term rewards! Together with Acala, we are launching Astar x Acala DeFi Rising–solidifying one of our most important partnerships. Acala is pivotal to the booming ecosystem of dApps on Astar. Why? Because they have a suite of flexible financial products that serve the Polkadot network. Our two communities will be able to explore Astar’s vibrant DeFi ecosystem using Acala native assets, like aUSD, LDOT, and ACA, while receiving extra ACA and additional rewards from various Astar ecosystem teams. — What is Acala? - Acala is a decentralized finance network powering financial applications on Polkadot and home to aUSD stablecoin. Acala began building with Substrate (Polkadot SDK) nearly 4 years ago, making them a pioneer of the Polkadot ecosystem and a valuable partner. aUSD stablecoin is the native, decentralized stablecoin of the Polkadot and Kusama ecosystems. The stablecoin is multi-collateralized and maintains a peg relative to the US Dollar. aUSD allows the Astar community to transact, trade, and facilitate services while hedging against market volatility. Acala’s suite of DeFi products extends beyond just aUSD as Polkadot liquid staking was introduced recently. Liquid staking allows the user to stake on the relay chai...




New HRMP Channels Have Opened Between Moonriver and Shiden Network

Throughout the history of blockchains, interoperability and multi-chain applications are considered the holy grails of Web 3.0. With the Polkadot ecosystem of parachains and cross-consensus messaging (XCM), not only do we have multi-chain assets, but we can also leverage functional interoperability. At Astar Network, we believe that this is the key to creating the next generation of innovative dApps and further progressing Web3.0. By opening the latest HRMP channel with Moonriver we began a new chapter in our mission to bootstrap Shiden WASM. Starting today, it is possible to transfer MOVR from Moonriver to Shiden Network through our portal and use it in dApps built on top of Shiden Network. SDN is also available to be used in the dApps built on top of Moonriver.XCM Assets on Astar PortalXCM transfer on Astar Portal — Value for Astar ecosystem - By opening more channels on Shiden Network, we are preparing to bootstrap the launch of WASM projects. Recently we announced Swanky Suite, the all-in-one tool for WASM smart contract developers on Polkadot and Kusama. It brings the various tools of the WASM ecosystem into a single interface, making it easy for developers to build the next generation of smart contracts. Now that we are adding MOVR as an XC20 asset on Shiden Network, there is new liquidity that can be used in our EVM environment as well as natively with WASM smart contracts. This liquidity hub of XC20s is vital ...




Astar Welcomes Alchemy to the Polkadot Ecosystem

Supporting developers is our driving motivation. Today we begin an important partnership with Alchemy and welcome them to the Polkadot ecosystem. Alchemy is a powerful blockchain platform that supports builders in our ecosystem, providing reliable infrastructure and developer tooling that will advance dApp development on Astar Network. “Alchemy infrastructure makes it easier for developers to build any dApp with infinite scalability, consistency, and reliability,” said Rob Boyle, Product at Alchemy. “We’re thrilled to combine forces with Astar to foster the importance of building for today and tomorrow, marks a significant milestone for both companies, and especially the community.” Sign up today to join the waitlist, and be the first to start building on Astar Network with Alchemy. — Web3 Development Made Easy with Alchemy Platform - In addition to providing sophisticated Web3 API with node functionality and a comprehensive platform of products, Alchemy maintains a chain agnostic platform that appeals to developers from a wide range of networks. Already supporting L1 Ethereum and L2 chains including Polygon, Arbitrum, and Optimism means solidity developers can now leverage Astar Network on their dApps. Plus, Alchemy successfully supports non-EVM chains, including Solana and Flow, demonstrating that they are ready to bring innovation to both EVM and WASM developers on Astar. Alchemy products enrich the deve...




  SDN NEWS


US Treasury's OFAC Adds 3 ETH Addresses Linked to North Korean Cyb...

    The Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC) has added three ethereum addresses to its Specially Designated Nationals And Blocked Persons List (SDN). OFAC alleges the ether addresses are controlled by the Lazarus Group, a cybercrime group that is associated with North Korea. Lazarus Group Behind Axie Infinity Heist The U.S. Treasury Department's OFAC has added three ethereum addresses that are allegedly associated linked with the Lazarus Group cybercrime syndicate to its SDN list. The addition of the addresses comes a few weeks after U.S. authorities accused the Lazarus Group and North Korean hackers of being behind the $620 million Axie Infinity heist. As previously reported by Bitcoin.com News, after reports of the hacking emerged, the U.S. government claimed the cybercrime group was part of a group of hackers that spearheaded the Ronin bridge attack that resulted in the siphoning of over 173,000 ethereum tokens. Also, prior to the department's latest update, the ethereum mixing project Tornado Cash revealed it was blocking OFAC sanctioned addresses from using the mixer. North Korea Sanctions Evasion In a statement released via Twitter on April 22, the U.S. Treasury Department suggested the blocking of access to funds at the designated addresses would deprive the sanctions-evading North Korea of a vital source of revenue. The statement explained: OFAC added 3 virtual currency wallet addresses to the SDN Listing for Lazarus Group. The DPRK [North Korea] has relied on illicit ... read More



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