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|The price of #STEEM today is $0.23 USD.|
The lowest STEEM price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.227, and the exact current price of one STEEM crypto coin is $0.22697.
The all-time high STEEM coin price was $8.57.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of STEEM with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.
|The code for Steem is also #STEEM. |
Steem is 6.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Steem is $84,263,618.|
Steem is ranked #228 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is big during the past 24 hours for #STEEM.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Steem is $7,180,936.
|The circulating supply of STEEM is 371,261,453 coins, which is 91% of the total coin supply.|
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|With Liquid Proof-Of-Stake, Tezos Hits The Winning Formula For DeFi Grow...
Ethereum might still be the number one blockchain for smart contracts, but dozens of competing networks have been gaining ground. Lots of these alternative chains have been quite vocal about their status as an “Ethereum killer”, while others have stayed quiet, keeping their heads down and focusing on growth rather than media attention.
One of the quiet ones to watch may well be Tezos, an open-source and eco-friendly blockchain that first went online four years ago and has, until recently, managed to stay under the radar. But it has been working hard for these last four years, building out and developing its software, quietly attracting partners and expanding its user base with a sharp focus on DeFi, green NFTs, GameFi and the metaverse.
That hard work has paid off. In the last year Tezos has emerged as one of the darlings of the DeFi space. Back in the summer of 2020 Tezos was pretty much invisible, with less than $1 million in total value locked across all of its DeFi projects. Since then, its popularity has exploded, reaching an all-time high of just over $217 million in TVL in October 2021, with more than 100 dApps running on its blockchain.
Tezos can put much of its success down to the unique consensus mechanism it employs, which is not only vastly different to the Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithm that underpins Bitcoin but also unique compared to most other chains that are based on the alternative Proof-of-Stake mechanism.
Tezos relies on what’s called a L...
|Daniel Larimer Introduces the Fractally DAO to Deliver EOS' Origin...
Popular software programmer and co-founder of BitShares, Steem, and the EOS network, Daniel Larimer, recently announced the rebranding of his earlier endeavors.
Daniel Larimer Shares New Vision
In a press release shared with CryptoPotato, Larimer noted that his new vision, dubbed Fractally, will deliver the original EOS vision of 2017 to the modern crypto market.
He claimed that Fractally will be a unique blend of a decentralized exchange, a social media platform, a high-performance smart contracts network, and decentralized governance processes.
According to Larimer, the new project will be built on the lessons he has learned from his previous ventures, including one of the first and highest performance decentralized exchanges, BitShares, and the first decentralized social media, Steem.
Back in 2013, Larimer invented the concept of a 'Decentralized Autonomous Company (DAC),' upon which BitShares was built. Currently, the term DAC is now popularly referred to as a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO).
Using BitShares, anyone can create, distribute, and exchange tokens with a simple user interface with no coding experience. However, according to Larimer, Fractally will bring something even better.
Becoming the DAO of DAOs
Larimer noted that Fractally will produce an EOS-based application that is 'just as powerful and even easier to use while also incorporating more recent advancements in automated market makers.' In a recent tweet, he stated that Fractally will become '...
|A Jacobin Podcast Review: Critiques on Crypto and Sterlins Response
The following opinion editorial is a Jacobin Podcast review written by the author Sterlin Lujan, the chief risk officer with Cryptospace. The Jacobin Podcast episode called: 'Dig: Cryptocurrency w/ Edward Ongweso Jr & Jacob Silverman,' touches upon 'cryptocurrency, NFTs, Elon Musk, the metaverse, meme stocks, and techno-utopianism amid the crushing reality of our neoliberal hellscape.'
Cryptocurrency isn't fringe technology anymore. Over the last decade, it has become embedded into finance, culture, and even our social life. It's drastically changing the way we think about money, economics, and human action. However, some people, primarily on the left, are skeptical of cryptocurrency. Many of them hate it, regardless of how much of a godsend it has been for many.
My friend, thought leader, author, and psychedelic visionary, Daniel Pinchbeck, pointed out a recent podcast episode of Jacobin called 'Dig: Cryptocurrency w/ Edward Ongweso Jr & Jacob Silverman.' He asked me if I would listen to the podcast, and take the time to address their claims and concerns.
I would not typically use the time to do this - but Daniel is interested in furthering the discussion around crypto. I also believe a review and critique of the material will benefit others who want an insider's opinion, as I have been working actively in the industry for 6 years. It's my hope, then, that this in-depth response will create an evolutionary and freewheeling discussion about the benefits, capabilities, and fea...