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Telos  

#TLOS

TLOS Price:
$0.17
Volume:
$3.0 M
All Time High:
$1.44
Market Cap:
$34.4 M


Circulating Supply:
197,186,867
Exchanges:
9
Total Supply:
355,000,000
Markets:
12
Max Supply:
355,000,000
Pairs:
3



  TLOS PRICE


The price of #TLOS today is $0.17 USD.

The lowest TLOS price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.175, and the exact current price of one TLOS crypto coin is $0.17454.

The all-time high TLOS coin price was $1.44.

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


  TLOS OVERVIEW


The code for Telos crypto currency is #TLOS.

Telos is 3.7 years old.


  TLOS MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Telos is $34,417,664.

Telos is ranking downwards to #361 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  TLOS VOLUME


The trading volume is big during the past 24 hours for #TLOS.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Telos is $2,995,284.


  TLOS SUPPLY


The circulating supply of TLOS is 197,186,867 coins, which is 56% of the maximum coin supply.


  TLOS BLOCKCHAIN


TLOS is the native coin for the Telos blockchain.

View the full list of Telos blockchain tokens.


  TLOS EXCHANGES


TLOS has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 9 crypto exchanges.

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


  TLOS RESOURCES


Websitetelosfoundation.io
Whitepaperresources.telosfoundation.io/wp_master/telos_white...
TwitterHelloTelos
Redditr/TELOS
TelegramHelloTelos


  TLOS NEWS


EOS Officially Adopts Community-Led Leap 3.1 Codebase After Hard Fork

    EOS managed to raise $4.2 billion in its year-long ICO back in 2018. Despite a very hyped start, the project had a rather bumpy ride. After edging close to dissolution, EOS has finally declared 'independence.' According to the press release shared with CryptoPotato, EOS block producers have executed a coordinated hard fork to Leap 3.1. EOS is finally migrating to the newly forged Antelope Framework. This essentially means that an individual running a node will have upgraded them to continue syncing with the network. This is EOS' second hard fork and seeks to activate new features that are not backward compatible with previous code versions. Liberating EOSIO Codebase Leap 3.1 is the C++ implementation of the new Antelope protocol, which comes with several new features such as transaction lifecycle improvements, upgraded crypto primitives that power EVM-related cryptography functions, and block and SHiP pruning. For the uninitiated, Antelope is a community-run blockchain protocol supported by members of the EOS Network Foundation (ENF), which include EOS, Telos, Wax, and UX Network. The hard fork of the code of the EOSIO blockchain signals the official switch over to Antelope. It uses an evolved version of the Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus mechanism called - Delegated Proof-of-stake (DPoS), wherein network users vote and elect delegates (referred to as block producers) to validate the next block. The devs use this protocol for various apps, including DeFi, NFT, games, supply c... read More



EOSIO Rebrands to Community-Led Protocol Antelope

    Community-driven protocol Antelope has forked and rebranded the EOSIO 2.0 codebase through a coalition of four EOSIO protocol-based blockchains led by the EOS Network Foundation. The coalition, established in January, consists of EOS, Telos, WAX, and UX Network. Each chain will share Antelope's underlying blockchain codebase while working together to accelerate the development of the core protocol. EOSIO Coalition Unveils Antelope According to a press release shared with CryptoPotato, Antelope's Github repository and website have been made public. The protocol describes itself as an open framework for building fast, secure, next-generation decentralized applications (dApp) and Web3 services. 'The release of Antelope is the culmination of an historic effort undertaken by some of the most talented developers in blockchain. We are building upon over four years of battle-hardened code, and the cumulative knowledge of four L1 chains leveraging each other's strengths, all united behind the Antelope protocol,' said Yves La Rose, CEO and Executive Director of EOS Network Foundation. According to Douglas Horn, Telos Chief Architect, Antelope is a protocol designed by its users for its users. 'Together we'll launch Antelope as the most user-friendly, stable and secure protocol for building new chains that are infinitely flexible and constantly upgradeable, he added. Enabling Inter-Chain Communication Improving the technical areas of Antelope is the coalition's initial goal. Once that... read More



Citi, Wells Fargo, BNY Mellon Invest in Crypto Firm Talos as Institution...

    Several major financial services firms, including Citi, Wells Fargo, and BNY Mellon, are investing in institutional digital asset technology provider Talos, which aims to remove 'the barriers to wide-scale crypto adoption.' The latest funding round values the company at $1.25 billion.Citi, Wells Fargo, BNY Mellon Participate in $105M Funding Round for Digital Asset Tech Firm A number of major financial services companies, including Citi and Wells Fargo, have joined a funding round for Talos, a global firm that provides institutional digital asset trading technology. Talos announced a $105 million Series B funding round Tuesday that values the company at $1.25 billion. 'Our institutional-grade infrastructure technology supports the full lifecycle of digital asset trading, from price discovery to execution through to settlement,' its website describes, adding that 'Talos is removing the barriers to wide-scale crypto adoption.' The funding round was led by global growth equity firm General Atlantic, the announcement notes, adding: New investors including Stripes, BNY Mellon, Citi, Wells Fargo Strategic Capital, DRW Venture Capital, SCB 10x, Matrix Capital Management, Fin VC and Voyager Digital, Graticule Asset Management Asia (GAMA) and Leadblock Partners joined the round. Existing Talos investors included Andreessen Horowitz (a16z), Paypal Ventures, Castle Island Ventures, Fidelity Investments, Illuminate Financial, Initialized Capital, and Notation Capital. Anton Katz, co-fou... read More



Four EOSIO Protocol-Based Blockchains Commit $8M to Rebrand Technology S...

    EOS, Telos, WAX, and UX Network have come together to gain control over the development of the EOSIO protocol core code that underpins each of these blockchains. Collectively, the coalition has announced dedicating a whopping $8 million annual budget for core development and developer outreach this year. Rebranding EOSIO According to the press release shared with CryptoPotato, all four blockchains will remain distinct from one another and will work towards adding new features to EOSIO's core code. The entire code developed by the group will be available for any EOSIO protocol-based initiatives. It will be free to use and open-source in nature. The coalition started to form in January this year. At some point, it included various other EOSIO protocol projects such as Ultra, Proton, FIO, EVA, and even the now-estranged Block.one's exchange and NFT projects. Two months later, ENF founder and 'community-elected CEO' Yves La Rose, represented by the Telos Core Developers (TCD) led by Douglas Horn, agreed to form an alliance to support the core protocol code. Soon, WAX and UX Network followed suit and joined the coalition. The statement also revealed that other groups might join soon to contribute and have a say in the development priorities. La Rose called the move 'a huge milestone' and added, 'This coalition represents a monumental shift in direction for the future of the EOSIO protocol and is a huge milestone for all of the businesses leveraging its technology. The network effe... read More



Value Locked in Defi Climbs Higher, Polkadot TVL Spikes, Terra's L...

    On Sunday, January 30, 2022, the top smart contract protocol tokens by market capitalization is $592 billion or 32.66% of the $1.8 trillion crypto economy. Meanwhile, the total-value locked (TVL) in decentralized finance (defi) protocols is $192.42 billion up 5.28% since January 23. Defi TVL Climbs More Than 5%, Ethereum Defi Dominance Still 60%, Cross-Chain Bridge TVL Jumps 13.5% At the end of the week, crypto asset prices have rebounded from the market carnage that took place seven days ago. During the last week, the top two leading crypto assets bitcoin (BTC) and ethereum (ETH) have gained 7% to 9% in value against the U.S. dollar. A week ago today, the TVL in defi dropped under the $200 billion mark and hit a low of $182.76 billion on January 23. Since then, the TVL has increased by 5.28% to $192.42 billion, according to Sunday's defillama.com metrics. Curve Finance, which is available on eight different blockchain networks commands a dominance of 9% amid the $192 billion TVL with $17.31 billion locked. Curve's TVL, however, shed 11.21% in value during the course of the week. The second-largest defi protocol is Makerdao with $15.81 billion locked and the third-largest is Convex Finance with a $12.03 billion TVL. In terms of TVL by blockchains, Ethereum currently commands ​​$117 billion of the $192 billion TVL in defi today. The $117 billion locked among 509 Ethereum defi protocols equates to 60.80% of the entire defi TVL on January 30, 2022. Furthermore, Te... read More



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