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Siren  

#SI

SI Price:
$0.046
Volume:
$15.5 K
All Time High:
$3.48
Market Cap:
$2.8 M


Circulating Supply:
60,282,040
Exchanges:
1
Total Supply:
100,000,000
Markets:
1
Max Supply:
100,000,000
Pairs:
1



  SI PRICE


The price of #SI today is $0.046 USD.

The lowest SI price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.046, and the current live price for one SI coin is $0.04627.

The all-time high SI coin price was $3.48.

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


  SI OVERVIEW


The code for Siren crypto currency is #SI.

Siren is 1.5 years old.


  SI MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Siren is $2,789,126.

Siren is ranking downwards to #1233 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SI VOLUME


The trading volume is modest today for #SI.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Siren is $15,455.


  SI SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SI is 60,282,040 coins, which is 60% of the maximum coin supply.


  SI BLOCKCHAIN


SI is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  SI EXCHANGES


SI has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

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


  SI RESOURCES


Websitesirenmarkets.com
Twittersirenprotocol
Telegramsirenmarkets
Mediumsirenmarkets


  SI DEVELOPER NEWS



For LPs: Changes Coming with Siren Lemuria

For LPs: Changes in Siren Lemuria - Illustration by Christine Flotzer Siren Lemuria, the latest version of the Siren DeFi options trading protocol, will be released this month. In advance of launch we are sharing a two-part series of deep-dive articles on the technical improvements coming with Siren. See the Lemuria launch announcement for a high-level overview of the major protocol improvements and Part 1 of this series on changes for traders. — Upgrading Lyonesse to Lemuria - Siren Lemuria replaces the previous protocol version, Siren Lyonesse. Lyonesse launched in August 2021 and was already a significant improvement over the first version of Siren, which was launched on Ethereum Mainnet in March 2021. One of the major improvements in Lyonesse was the move to Polygon, which allowed the protocol to execute more computation on chain due to Polygon’s faster execution time and lower gas fees. The release of Siren Lemuria builds on the groundwork laid by the previous version to significantly improve the Siren protocol for all our users. This post focuses on modification that benefit Liquidity Providers (LPs), while our previous post examined modifications that benefit options traders. — Sticky Price Impact Discourages Scalping - The Siren Automated Market Maker (AMM) is designed primarily to enable options buyers to take leveraged exposure without the risk of liquidations over a medium-term duration. The AMM ...




For Traders: Changes in Siren Lemuria

Upgrades launching this month for Siren, the DeFi Options ProtocolIllustration by Christine Foltzer Siren Lemuria, the latest version of the Siren DeFi options trading protocol, will be released this month. In advance of launch we are sharing a two-part series of deep-dive articles on the technical improvements coming with Siren. See the Lemuria launch announcement for a high-level overview of the major protocol improvements. — Upgrading Lyonesse to Lemuria - Siren Lemuria replaces the previous protocol version, Siren Lyonesse. Lyonesse launched in August 2021 and was already a significant improvement over the first version of Siren, which was launched on Ethereum Mainnet in March 2021. One of the major improvements in Lyonesse was the move to Polygon, which allowed the protocol to execute more computation on chain due to Polygon’s faster execution time and lower gas fees. The release of Siren Lemuria builds on the groundwork laid by the previous version to significantly improve the Siren protocol for all our users. In this post, we will examine some of the upgrades in Lemuria that particularly benefit options traders. Our subsequent post will examine upgrades that benefit liquidity providers. — Better Options Prices - One of the most significant upgrades in Lemuria is to how the Automated Market Maker (AMM) calculates prices. The previous Siren AMM used a popular Black-Scholes approximation that matches the...




Announcing Siren Lemuria

Cheaper Options, Simpler LP Withdrawals, More to Trade. Siren DOV.Illustration by Christine Foltzer — Announcing Lemuria - Siren, the decentralized options trading protocol, is very excited to announce that after six months of development, Siren Lemuria will be released this month. At Siren, we believe that users deserve the same level of accessibility, flexibility, and control for DeFi cryptocurrency options as they have in TradFi. Lemuria is a huge step forward in realizing our vision for creating, trading, and executing options on any asset. Siren was created to do for options what Uniswap did for listings — when Siren is fully built, any user will be able to spin up an options market for any new asset by simply providing liquidity. With Siren Protocol, everyone will be able to access decentralized options in many ways via the Siren API, and projects will build even more customized options interfaces using Siren, similarly to how Ribbon uses the Opyn protocol. Siren Lemuria is a giant milestone for the project and will propel us to new and greater heights. — Major Improvements in the New Version - At a high level, Lemuria contains the following improvements: Cheaper Options — Premiums for options have better pricing, which makes them cheaper and competitive to ones on centralized platforms like Deribit. This gives users even more incentive to trade on Siren versus a centralized platform, and will...




Revising the Tokenomics of Siren

A new token. Trading fees and single-sided staking rewards. APY smoothing for LPs. Return multipliers for stakers that also LP.Illustration by Christine Foltzer Siren, the DeFi options protocol, is preparing to launch Siren Lemuria. Lemuria is the version of the protocol that contains nearly all the elements necessary to have full protocol functionality, realizing the vision for true decentralized options. The launch of Siren Lemuria is the perfect opportunity to revisit the tokenomics of Siren and create the kind of token-driven incentives that will support the coming high-growth phase of the project. — A Brief History of the SI token - To fund early project development, many projects create a company and sell equity, often in the form of a Sale of Future Equity, or a “SAFE.” That SAFE grants investors the right to receive future tokens at a discount to their future price. This sale structure allows a project to develop in relative seclusion and launch a token after the product is complete. Siren did not raise money via a SAFE. In order to fund development of Siren, the Siren Foundation minted a fixed-supply token, SI, which gives holders the ability to vote on governance proposals for the direction of the project. The reason for this decision was two-fold: one, it reduced the footprint for the initial project team, allowing for the pursuit of a vision that treads into gray areas of finance; two, it increased the...




SIREN: 2021 and Beyond

Dear Merfam, As we close out 2021, we on the Siren team want to share with you all we’re so proud to have accomplished this year, as well as a sneak peek of things to come in 2022. When we originally conceived the idea for Siren, we had an extremely ambitious vision. We want to create the first fully-decentralized options marketplace, where anyone can create options markets for any crypto they own. This fully on-chain, decentralized application will use all the promise of blockchain technology to take the power of traditional finance from centralized institutions and give it to users. Under this vision, users will be able to create their own options pools on demand, and LPs will act as market makers, earning the yield that historically goes to financial institutions. We are on the way to making this vision a reality, and with all we’ve accomplished in 2021 we are now much closer to our goal. Siren is proud to be creating the next generation of decentralized finance, pushing the limits of blockchain technology to create a product that redefines what a user can expect from a bleeding-edge DeFi protocol. Closing out 2021, we’re beyond excited for the work that we’ve done, and we’re committed to doubling down on our work in 2022 to build the world’s first decentralized derivatives platform, run by users, for users, accruing value to users. Happy New Year from everyone at Siren, and welcome to the future! — In 20...




DPI launches on SIREN Tradewind Program

Defi Pulse and SIREN Markets are excited to announce that Liquidity Pool deposits for DPI are now available on SIREN Tradewind. 🔱 — — Defi Pulse is an industry leading platform on all things Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and is the go-to information aggregator. By tracking the industry and individual project Total Value Locked (TVL) numbers, anyone is able to understand what is happening in DeFi. DPI is an Index product co-created between Set Protocol, IndexCoop and Defi Pulse. It comprises the 16 most popular DeFi tokens on Ethereum. An index product allows users to have multiple exposure to an industry and DPI provides the one-click exposure to all top DeFi Blue Chip projects. You can find the methodology for DPI at indexcoop.com/dpi What’s special about the DPI Tradewind Launch. Tradewind allows DPI holders to deposit their tokens into a DPI pool as LPs to earn passive option-writing yield. LPs in the DPI pool earn the premium every time someone buys an option. They also receive yield from trading fees (slippage), early withdrawal conversion fees, plus additional rewards in the SIREN native token, $SI. SI Rewards are expected to be turned on next Wednesday (29th September) when over $100K has been deposited into the DPI Pool. On the trading side, we have also implemented a beta trading fee where a baseFee is accrued to DeFi Pulse. This is our first implementation to test how protocol revenues will work in the nea...




SIREN Incident Report

Dear SIREN community, we first want to reassure you that we have stopped the recent exploit. Thank you deeply to all those who helped with the situation. Our community and users are our priority. We are committed to making this right for those impacted by the exploit. Below details the events of the exploit and our next steps. — What Happened? - TL;DR: On 3 September 2021 at around 12:17 AM UTC several SIREN AMM pools were exploited via a reentrancy attack. As a result, approximately $3.5M worth of assets were drained from the AMM pools. The core settlement layer wasn’t affected, all open options positions are fully collateralized and can be traded or exercised as soon as the security patch is deployed and the protocol is unpaused via the DAO multisig. 00:17: On 3 September (UTC) 2021, a series of transactions were executed by the attacker draining the UNI, KNC, WETH, WMATIC, USDC and SUSHI pools. An example exploit transaction is linked here. 01:27: Immunify, who helps maintain our $100K security bounty, notified us that several suspicious transactions were withdrawing funds from Polygon to Mainnet. The original tip came from the 0x team. 01:53: A SIREN team member saw the message and immediately began an investigation. 02:02: A war room was created for SIREN contributors across multiple time zones to resolve the issue. 02:39: A transaction to pause ERC1155Controller was executed via the DAO Admin multisig. 03:15...




SIREN V2 Brings DeFi Options Trading to Polygon!

SIREN has launched V2 Lyonesse on Polygon! 🎉 - SIREN first unlocked the seagate for DeFi options trading with our v1 launch in Q1 2021. Since then, SIREN has been working continuously to improve our trading experience, and today we are proud to announce that Lyonesse, the V2 release of SIREN, is now live on Polygon. For purposes of scaling and bringing more traders into the space the team has deployed. This new platform will bring to traderswider asset availability, lower gas fees, and overall improvements to the trading experience and will allow SIREN to scale as we bring more traders into the space. Lyonesse is a kingdom of lore which legends say was lost to the sea, swallowed whole in a cataclysmic tsunami caused by a violent storm summoned at the whims of a vengeful God. We’ve named V2 Lyonesse to signify raising from the water treasures long considered out of reach, drowned in the blue depths. — V2 Lyonesse Release - All milestones for the V2 Lyonesse release are completed and the entirety of new smart-contract code has passed the Quantstamp audit. The Lyonesse Protocol has several upgrades: Moving from American to European-style options, Converting from physical to cash settlement, enabling more convenient exercising of options for traders, Implementation of EIP-1155 for lower gas costs and simpler deployment of on-chain assets, opening the way for a proliferation of new strikes, expirations, and asset l...




SIREN Q32021 Roadmap

We have been busy swimming in Q2 and are happy to announce our next quarter roadmap. This post aims to outline the technical and community direction of SIREN Protocol for the upcoming Q3. — Q2 and v2 Lyonesse Release - Details of our previous Q2 upgrades can be found in this article. The SIREN Protocol v2 Lyonesse release, named after the long lost underwater kingdom near England, had several protocol upgrades. Moved from American to European style options, Switched from physical settlement to cash settlement, Switched to EIP-1155 for lower gas costs, Redesigned our user interface, — SIREN Q3 - We will be focusing our strategy on increasing trading volume, deploying more pools and series (strikes & expirations) to provide our community with a diversity of assets to choose from. Listed below are the list of upgrades and activities we will be working on: — User-facing upgrades - Organic APY Returns: Displaying Liquidity Pool (LP) earnings from premium and slippage, Series suggestion widget: Allow users to specify desired strikes / expirations, Pool Profile page: Provide extra data on pools regarding asset structure and historical performance, Other UX improvements: Transaction status and notification center, — Protocol upgrades - Polygon + Arbitrum Integration: We will be integrating with Polygon and thereafter with Arbitrum (see SIP-16 for more information) to solve the problem of high L1 E...




SIREN V2 Deployment: Call for LP Migration

SIREN Lyonesse V2 is coming to a sea near you 🧜‍♀️ - SIREN V2 (Lyonesse) has been deployed, and we need your help to make the dream of the new SIREN protocol a reality! Lyonesse is a kingdom of lore which legends say was lost to the sea, swallowed whole in a cataclysmic tsunami caused by a violent storm summoned at the whims of a vengeful god. We’ve named V2 Lyonesse to signify raising from the water treasures long considered out of reach, drowned in the blue depths. In order to launch Lyonesse V2, the community must move their current Ethereum L1 Liquidity to the new V2 App on Polygon. Once LPs have moved liquidity to V2, the new V2 markets can be deployed and the new protocol will officially launch. As per SIP-16 (Layer 2 Solutions for SIREN), SI rewards for LPs lending capital to the AMM will be discontinued on L1 this coming Friday (13 Aug 2021) SI Rewards will be deployed on the Polygon network after next Monday (16 August 2021) when each Liquidity Pool has reached at least $100K USD+ in total value. Below is a guide to migrate Ethereum L1 Liquidity Pool deposits to the V2 Polygon Network. Thank you everyone for joining us on our quest to raise a new, more powerful SIREN from the depths! — SIREN v1 to v2 Liquidity Provider Migration Guide - Let’s assume you are a UNI Liquidity Provider on the SIREN V1 app and want to migrate to V2. 1. Visit the V1 version of SIREN. 2. Connect your Wallet via the ...



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