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SDN

Shiden Network  

#SDN

SDN Price:
$0.44
Volume:
$648.1 K
All Time High:
$8.29
Market Cap:
$26.3 M


Circulating Supply:
59,485,272
Exchanges:
6
Total Supply:
77,907,872
Markets:
9
Max Supply:
Pairs:
7



  SDN PRICE


The price of #SDN today is $0.44 USD.

The lowest SDN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.442, and the current live price for one SDN coin is $0.44211.

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 ETH or other crypto coins.


  SDN OVERVIEW


The code for Shiden Network crypto currency is #SDN.

Shiden Network is 1.4 years old.


  SDN MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Shiden Network is $26,298,994.

Shiden Network is ranked #425 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SDN VOLUME


The trading volume is medium during the past 24 hours for #SDN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Shiden Network is $648,118.


  SDN SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SDN is 59,485,272 coins, which is 76% 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



Announcing web3 Hackathon on Astar sponsored by Toyota Motor Corporation.

key3.co.jp Join the hackathon from key3.co.jp — The Astar Foundation is very excited to announce the first web3 hackathon on Astar sponsored by Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota). - — Toyota web3 Hackathon - HAKUHODO KEY3, the company co-founded by Astar and HAKUHODO, one of the largest advertising companies in Japan, will host a web3 hackathon sponsored by Toyota. Participants will attend a kick-off event on February 25 and have until March 18 to complete their products. The first round of judging will be held on March 23, and groups that pass the judging will be able to participate in the pitch event on March 25. Astar Foundation sponsors this hackathon with $75k and web3 Foundation with $25k. The $100k will be used as a reward for winning projects chosen by Toyota, Astar Foundation, web3 Foundation, Alchemy, and HAKUHODO KEY3. Toyota, as the largest car company in the world in terms of sold cars, has more than 330,000 employees across the globe. We are looking for intra-company DAO support tools for this hackathon which Toyota employees may actually use in the future. We are looking for potential products, not only for PoC within Toyota, but also for scaling to external parties. — Hackathon Theme - Development of a DAO support tool for in-house projects. DAO is an abbreviation for “Decentralized Autonomous Organization”. By setting its own rules through smart contracts on the blockchain, the organiza...




A Builder’s Guide to Astar.js

Astar.js is a powerful and versatile tool for interacting with the Astar blockchain. It is a TypeScript library that provides developers with a simple and intuitive interface for building decentralised applications (dApps) on top of the Astar network. One of the key features of Astar.js is its modular design. The library is composed of several individual packages, each of which provides a specific set of functionality. This allows developers to use only the packages they need, reducing the overall size of their dApps and making them more efficient. One of the most useful packages in Astar.js is the API package. This package provides developers with access to the Astar API, which allows them to query the blockchain for information, submit transactions, and interact with smart contracts. The API package also includes support for popular JavaScript libraries like React and Vue, making it easy to integrate with existing web applications. Another important package in Astar.js is the Signer package. This package provides developers with a secure and user-friendly way to sign transactions on behalf of their users. The Signer package uses a combination of hardware-backed keys to ensure that only authorised users can sign transactions. This makes it ideal for dApps that need to manage sensitive information, such as financial applications or voting systems. In addition to the API and Signer packages, Astar.js also includes several oth...




New HRMP Channels Have Opened Between Equilibrium and Astar Network

Get ready for the native movement of the ASTR, EQ, and EQD tokens between chains. Throughout the history of blockchains, interoperability and multi-chain applications are considered the holy grail 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 leverage functional interoperability. At Astar Network, this is the key to creating the next generation of innovative dApps and further progress Web 3.0. By opening HRMP channels with Equilibrium, we are starting a new chapter in our mission. — Value for Astar. — By opening more channels on Astar Network, we are preparing to bootstrap the launch of ink! contracts and begin developing new ways to leverage the powerful XCM format that Polkadot offers. Our Wasm builders have new possibilities with Equilibrium’s growing suite of products: cross-chain markets, lending/borrowing, and fluid xDOT crowdloans. We will introduct two new assets of Astar Network. EQ is a powerful token designed to be used across the Equilibrium ecosystem and has been integrated with leading infrastructure teams like SubWallet. With the launch of EQ governance and new liquidity mining programs this quarter, we are excited to bring this asset to Astar. Equilibrium’s USD-pegged stablecoin, EQD, is another Polkadot-native stablecoin. It is overcollateralized and minted against a basket of assets on the Equi...




From Zero to ink! Hero

Mint your ink! NFT, build a Uniswap V2 DEX, or create a simple flipper contract! Becoming a robust Layer 1 requires us to jumpstart Astar’s Wasm environment with the development of ink! smart contracts. For that reason, we created From Zero to ink! Hero guide and will launch three bounties to build your ink! dApp. All that is needed is a basic understanding of Rust language. This set of guides is helpful for developers who are unfamiliar with ink! and need a quick start on how to efficiently approach create the following basic contracts: Flipper Contract (Easy): a simple contract with a single value (true or false), and when you flip, it will change NFT Projects with PSP34 (Intermediate): mint your customizable ink! NFT Uniswap V2 DEX (Advanced): create an ink! DEX from Ethereum’s implementation of Uniswap V2 Core. Beyond a Guide The guides above will get you started but do not reward you for building something new. We have three bounties, totalling 12,000 USD, for the Polkadot Hackathon Europe Edition to support you in developing ink! You can join the bounties at the Polkadot Global Series website — the hackathon begins January 25th! Build your DeFi app, an NFT marketplace, or a new creative Wasm dApp. Just join and build something new with ink!Three ink! Bounties up for Grabs! Beyond a Hackathon These hackathons are the beginnings of Wasm smart contracts on Astar Network, and Polkadot! Completing Wasm on As...




Why WASM Smart Contracts are the Future

WebAssembly (WASM) brings a new type of smart contract that is gaining popularity due to its many advantages over traditional smart contracts written in languages such as Solidity. WASM is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine that is designed to be faster and more efficient than traditional interpreted languages. As a blockchain developer, I have had the opportunity to work with both WASM smart contracts and Solidity contracts, and I believe that WASM smart contracts offer several advantages over Solidity. Here are a few key reasons why WASM smart contracts may be the better choice: Performance: One of the biggest benefits of WASM smart contracts is their improved performance compared to Solidity contracts. WASM contracts can execute much faster than Solidity contracts, which can lead to lower costs for users and a better user experience. This is especially important for applications that require high levels of throughput, such as decentralized exchanges or games., Language flexibility: Another advantage of WASM is that it can be written in a variety of programming languages, including C, C++, and Rust. This allows developers to choose the language that they are most familiar with, or that is best suited for the task at hand. In contrast, Solidity is a proprietary language that is specific to the Ethereum platform., Stronger security: WASM smart contracts have the potential to be more secure than Sol...




Astar Network and Brushfam Join Forces

Together we will increase the number of ink! dApps deployed in 2023!. — November brought big news for the Polkadot ecosystem. Among others, we would like to mention the beginning of a partnership agreement between Astar Network and Brushfam. Let’s go into a little more detail to see why this is important for us and the ecosystem as a whole. The development of ecosystems depends on a number of factors, including the quantity and quality of projects. This means not only financial and marketing prospects but now, above all else, safety and sustainability. Brushfam values all of these factors. There are more than 450 projects in Polkadot, each at a different stage of development. The rate of new ones dropped significantly in 2022 due to market sentiment. At the same time, as notable Web3 players rightly point out — the bear market is a great test of ecosystem strength. Those who continue to work and build their projects even with dwindling investment support will survive and grow. They will own the market when it finds itself in the green zone. We share an interest in bringing these projects to Astar Network. Guided by this, ecosystem leaders continue to invest in getting new projects up and running, passing new projects through the rigorous millstones of audits by specialized technological companies. In this regard, working with Brushfam is a logical step for Astar Network in furthering this strategy. The Brushf...




Cross-Virtual Machine: Creating a Portal to the Future of Smart Contracts

Introduction - A lot has happened in 2022. The entire Web3 industry broke new ground regarding technical achievements, solving real-life issues, and becoming the breeding ground for industries we’ve never seen before. Of course, we’ve also seen many incidents and events from which the industry should learn and improve. Saying that 2022 ended with a bang would be an understatement in the Web3 space. However, technology can only grow, and experiencing these events only helps the builders know what works and doesn’t. At Astar Foundation, we’ve been working hard to create the foundation of the future, regardless of outside influences that are happening now. And today, I am proud to introduce one of our most important features to achieve the Astar Vision; the Cross-Virtual Machine (XVM). This article will cover the role of smart contracts in Web3, the issues we see in progressing dApp development, why we created XVM, how XVM works, and, finally, what the future has to present. — WASM Smart Contract VMs - WebAssembly (WASM) is a message format that the WebAssembly virtual machine can read for interpreting WASM byte codes. Strictly speaking, WASM refers to the message format that is compiled from a higher-level language in order to communicate with the system in a virtual environment. But for the sake of simplicity, when I say WASM in this article, this will refer to both the WASM as a binary and the virtual machine...




Welcome to The Future

2022 Astar Network Recap + Building into 2023 - We are excited to wrap up this year with our overview of the team’s sentiment on Astar Network’s accomplishments and what the team looks forward to in the coming year. With 2023 coming up, we have asked Sota Watanabe, CEO of Astar Network, and each department to share what past achievements and future updates they are excited about. Here is a rundown of what everyone had to say. — A message from Sota Watanabe, CEO of Astar Network. — Proud moments of 2022: I am proud of many things in 2022. First, Astar became a Polkadot parachain and launched mainnet. This was a critical milestone for us after two years of development. Second, we raised $22M, led by Polychain and followed by Coinbase, other legendary investors, and notable individuals like Gavin Wood. Third, as of today, we have more than 70 projects on the top of Astar, and some great enterprise partnerships have been announced, like NTT Docomo, the largest mobile provider in Japan. Lastly, I am very proud of our team. In 2022, we doubled the size of our team, and we are continuing to grow a global team. I am very glad to be able to work with the best talents in the ecosystem. Looking forward to 2023: 2023 is a key year for Astar. We will focus on two things, WASM dApps, and Japan. Gavin Wood says WASM is the future of smart contracts, but ‘Legacy’ EVM is important now. I agree that WASM is the future, ...




Build the Next Generation of Multichain Native DApps on Astar with Celer IM

Astar Network is building the future multichain smart contract hub with the support of Celer Network, the leading blockchain interoperability protocol secured by its unique State Guardian Network (SGN). Recently, Celer Network announced the integration of the Celer Inter-chain Message (Celer IM) Framework into Astar and Shiden ecosystems. In this article, we will explain what Celer IM is and how Celer IM can empower our ecosystem developers and projects to build cross-chain connected smart contracts and dApps. — An introduction to Celer IM. — Celer Network is one of the leading blockchain interoperability protocols with its State Guardian Network, a Tendermint-based PoS blockchain built to realize seamless multi-blockchain interoperability. And Celer IM is the inter-chain messaging framework secured by Celer’s SGN with its unique flexible security model and high-level reliability. Celer IM is a hybrid framework mainly composed of 4 major parts: State Guardian Network (SGN): a PoS blockchain built using Cosmos SDK with an independent set of validators who stake $CELR to secure the blockchain, and validate and sign cross-chain messages., Message Bus contract: a set of smart contracts deployed on different blockchains integrated with Celer IM for sending and receiving cross-chain messages., Executor: send the cross-chain messages verified and signed by SGN validators to the destination blockchain’s message bus...




Astar Network & Sota Watanabe Receive Prestigious Awards for 2022!

JBA choose Astar Network as Product of the Year and Sota Watanabe as Person of the Year.Forbes Japan chooses Sota Watanabe for magazine cover. Even during winter holidays, Astar continues to build the most popular blockchain in Japan, for the second year in a row, according to the Japan Blockchain Association (JBA). Astar Network has been chosen as the Product of the Year for 2022! So what does this mean for us? It means despite the tough year of crypto-winter, and markets in general, the growing body of blockchain aficionados continues to look to Astar Network as the leading solution to bring Web3 to the masses in Japan. Within a year NTT Docomo decided to work with us in a $4B deal to push Web3 use cases, Fukuoka and Sendai cities are connecting local entrepreneurs to the global network that we build, and Japanese artists are creating fine art collections and new story-driven manga NFTs on the blockchain we use. Not only is Astar Network the leading blockchain in Japan, but it is also one of the popular parachains on Polkadot, with over 6 million transactions and nearly half a million on-chain ASTR holders. It’s full steam ahead for the team. Right now we are pushing the WASM ecosystem with Parity and will launch our XVM cross-virtual machine (XVM) in the first half of 2023. On-chain our network has around 50 DeFi and NFT projects, along with several infrastructure projects that boost the stability of the network and ...




  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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