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|The price of #TEN today is $0.022 USD.|
The lowest TEN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.022, and the current live price for one TEN coin is $0.02238.
The all-time high TEN coin price was $0.42.
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|The code for Tokenomy crypto currency is #TEN. |
Tokenomy is 4.9 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Tokenomy is not available at this time.|
Tokenomy is ranking downwards to #4609 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown during the past 24 hours for #TEN.|
|The circulating supply of TEN is 200,000,000 coins, which is 100% of the maximum coin supply.|
|TEN has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.|
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|Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #TEN, and you can view them on our TEN disambiguation page.|
More Tokenomy (#TEN) News
|Capgemini: Nine out of Ten Consumers Interested in the Metaverse
A report issued by Capgemini, a consulting firm, has found that most consumers are at least curious about the metaverse and what it might bring to their lives. The report, which also examined consumer and company expectations of immersive experiences, explains that many are already taking advantage of the metaverse concept.
Capgemini: Metaverse Seeing Interest From Consumers and Organizations
The Metaverse is becoming the focal point of studies that seek to identify the potential of possible investments in the field. Capgemini, a consulting firm, found that there is significant interest in the metaverse from both consumers and companies in its latest report issued on Dec. 8.The report, titled 'Total Immersion: How Immersive Experiences and the Metaverse Benefit Customer Experience and Operations,' found that nine out of ten consumers have curiosity regarding the metaverse and what it might bring to their lives.
8,000 consumers and 1,000 organizations in 12 countries were surveyed for the report between July and August. Capgemini's research also found that while the metaverse is still mostly under construction, there are companies that are already taking advantage of the possibilities it offers.
This is in part thanks to the expectations that consumers have regarding the impact of the tech. 77% of consumers reported expecting immersive experiences to affect the way in which they interact with businesses and other people as well. In the same way, seven out of each ten compa...
|Ten Years Later: Here's What Vitalik Thinks Blockchain is Good For (and ...
Ethereum co-founder Vitalik Buterin published a blog post on Monday reviewing the development of various blockchain use-cases over the past several years.
With years of experimentation now behind the ecosystem, the developer has narrowed down a list of applications that he personally finds most worthy of attention in crypto.
Money: The Most Important App
Buterin began by highlighting what he sees as the most important – and first – application of blockchain: creating new forms of money.
In particular, he noted that citizens of hyperinflationary countries, like Argentina, have much to gain from storing their wealth in crypto, and using the technology to facilitate interaction with the global financial system.
While transaction costs and speeds were once impractical for using crypto as a daily means of payment, upgrades like the Merge have helped foster faster settlement times on Ethereum, and scaling technologies like rollups are providing much cheaper transfers than previously possible.
Stablecoins are especially beneficial, given that they compensate for crypto’s notorious short-term volatility. Buterin sees a mixture of centralized and DAO-governed stablecoins existing in the future, backed by real-world and crypto assets.
DeFi, DAOs, and Stablecoins
The programmer also believes there’s a place for decentralized finance (Defi) in the future – so long as it follows relatively simple models centered around a select few bas...
|Dogecoin Soars Another 8%, Re-Enters Crypto's Top Ten
Dogecoin’s rally continued on Friday as the premiere meme coin rose another 8% to $0.085.
This put the cryptocurrency back into the top ten digital assets by market cap.
According to CoinGecko, Dogecoin is now the 9th largest cryptocurrency, worth over $11.6 billion in total. The 10th largest is Solana, now worth $32 per unit and $11.5 billion in total.
Dogecoin is up 43% over the past 7 days, showing especially strong growth relative to its rallying competitors. Bitcoin has risen 8.5% within that timeframe, while rival meme coin Shiba Inu has gone up 19.7%.
Dogecoin is the favorite cryptocurrency of Elon Musk, who often tweets about the asset and speaks with its creator, Billy Markus. The coin has a tendency to react to Elon Musk-related news, such as when he began accepting it for payment at both Tesla and SpaceX.
Elon Musk bought Twitter this week, firing its executives and promising to put an end to spam bots on the platform. Crypto Twitter has been highly optimistic over the news.
The post Dogecoin Soars Another 8%, Re-Enters Crypto’s Top Ten appeared first on CryptoPotato.
|India Investigates Ten Crypto Exchanges For Laundering Over $125 Million
India's Enforcement Directorate is conducting an investigation against ten cryptocurrency exchanges allegedly involved in laundering more than 1 billion rupees, equivalent to more than $125 million in digital currency.
According to The Economics Times, the exchanges (which have not yet been identified) were used by several companies accused of money laundering to make cryptocurrency purchases of more than 100 million rupees that were then sent to other international wallets, mostly linked to mainland China.
Exchanges Had a Poor Control of Their Users' Activity
In addition, the sources noted that the exchanges collected KYC data of dubious provenance, as the tracked accounts belonged to people living in remote areas 'with no connection to the transactions.'
However, the exchanges claimed they were in compliance with KYC regulations, despite not producing any suspicious transaction reports (STRs) that could have yielded any information about presumed money laundering.
Therefore, the failure to comply with the measures required by regulators made it more difficult to trace the account, which upon learning of the investigation, proceeded to withdraw their funds and log off, according to sources close to the investigation.
'Once these firms learned that they were under the scanner, they shut shop and used the crypto route to siphon the funds abroad. The opaque nature of the crypto ecosystem and the industry not being regulated provided the requisite cover for these firms to park t...
|OneCoin Founder Ruja Ignatova is Now One of the FBI's Ten Most Wan...
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) added Ruja Ignatova, also known as 'Crypto Queen,' founder of the infamous Ponzi scheme OneCoin, to its 'Ten Most Wanted Fugitives' list.
The FBI announced the addition of Ruja Ignatova to the list in a press release on Thursday (June 30, 2022). The Bureau is offering a $100,000 reward to anyone with 'information leading to her arrest.'
Crypto Queen, as Ignatova called herself, is wanted in the United States for running a Ponzi scheme called OneCoin established in 2014, which she used to allegedly defraud investors globally of some $4 billion.
According to the press release, Ignatova supposedly made false statements and representations to make individuals invest in the project. She also promoted OneCoin as a 'Bitcoin Killer.'
Ruja Ignatova. Source: Trud
In 2017, the Southern District of New York issued a warrant for Ignatova's arrest following her disappearance, with a superseding indictment later in February 2018.
The OneCoin founder is charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, conspiracy to commit securities fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Ignatova's last known location was Athens, Greece, in October 2017, having traveled from Bulgaria. Authorities say that the fugitive 'may travel on a German passport to the United Arab Emirates, Bulgaria, Germany, Russia, Greece and/or Eastern Europe.'
While the Crypto Queen remains at large, her brother Konstantin Ignatov was arrested back in...