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|The price of #TRB today is $10.45 USD.|
The lowest TRB price for this period was $0, the highest was $10.45, and the current live price for one TRB coin is $10.44618.
The all-time high TRB coin price was $163.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of TRB with market cap of SOL or other crypto coins.
|The code for Tellor crypto currency is #TRB. |
Tellor is 3.4 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Tellor is $25,728,139.|
Tellor is ranking upwards to #399, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a big volume of trading today on #TRB.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Tellor is $1,779,171.
|The circulating supply of TRB is 2,462,923 coins, which is 99% of the total coin supply.|
A highlight of Tellor is it's limited supply of coins, as this tends to support higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.
Tellor Security 201 — Updated
Tellor Security 201 — Updated The Tellor oracle is a decentralized network of reporters dedicated to providing data to various chains. Having been live for several years now, with several upgrades, Tellor has become quite the robust system, consistently driving towards decentralization and security. This article should give you a solid understanding of the current crypto-economic guarantees underlying the system and even the best ways to attack it and how much it will cost. A Primer On Blockchain Security Looking at the best projects in the cryptosphere, ‘security’ isn’t defined by a single feature or one line of code, but by an aggregate of several attributes designed to prevent any potential misuse of the network and any tangent attack vectors. Before we jump into Tellor’s system, we’re going to clarify some pieces about blockchain security in general, notably on L1s or L2s like Ethereum that we’re built on, so we can clearly differentiate between attacks on Tellor vs attacks on the base protocol layer, both of which would shut down Tellor. Lack of Finality Ethereum isn’t fast. It’s faster than Bitcoin, but in general, blockchains are inherently slow compared to centralized systems. This is because in order for the state of the network to reach consensus, it is generally recommended to wait for a certain amount of confirmations. Even when the block-time is faster, waiting for several blocks to be add...
Tellor Returns To EthDenver
We Can’t Wait! While this year’s conference in the Mile High City holds special importance for many simply due to the fact that it is the first major in person event since before the pandemic, and a community favorite, and as such is feeding an immense hunger we can all relate to — hanging out with like-minded people! It’s especially important for us as well. This will be the first major in-person event that Tellor sponsors and has a large presence at. In fact we are flying out the majority of our team to participate. Other than Devcon (remember those??) EthDenver is many of the team’s personal favorite as far as events in the space go. The last two we attended was in 2018 and 2019, and Tellor was either non-existent or had just launched during those. So, it is with immense pride that we return with 2 years of mainnet experience under our belts, some blue-chip user integrations, and a talented and tight knit team. Other than meeting old friends and making some new ones, we are excited to meet this new crop of builders/hackers and help in any way we can. We have a good bit of experience as participants at hackathons (Tellor started out as a hack!) and as a team of battle-tested and experienced developers and bizdevs. That said, we have some tips for you guys who are attending their first EthDenver. And we’ll follow that up with everything you’ll need to know to integrate Tellor’s Oracle into your hack pro...
How to Deploy Tellor on an EVM Chain
So, your EVM chain is all ready to go, but one key component is missing… …a decentralized oracle! Well, you’re in luck because the oracle experts at Tellor have released a version that can now be implemented on any EVM compatible chain! Here is a guide on how to spin up your own version of Tellor: First, let’s start off with the basics to see if Tellor is even a good fit for your chain: How Tellor Works Tellor is an oracle protocol built to enable maximally decentralized data feeds to any chain. To read the full whitepaper on how it works head here: https://docs.tellor.io . For a quick refresh, let’s go over the basics: - A “reporter” deposits some amount of money(tokens) in a contract - They can then post data on-chain through the Tellor contract (it can be anything, e.g. BTC/USD price feed, fantasy football scores, transaction details from another chain, etc.) - If the reporter lied, anyone can pay a dispute fee to challenge the submission (if they lied, they get slashed, if not they get the fee). It’s up to a governance contract (e.g. a vote) to determine the validity. - Once the user thinks enough time has passed waiting for disputes (or if they check it themselves some way), they use the data. To give a more concrete example: - Harry & Justine want to bet on the price of a rare Shakira NFT. - Luckily for them, Harry’s stepson, Cody, is a shadowy super-coder and knows about an exciting new ...
Tellor Year In Review — 2021
Tellor Year In Review — 2021 From the lows of having to fork the entire protocol, to the highs of a Coinbase listing, key integrations, and a huge upgrade launch, 2021 proved to be quite a roller coaster of emotion, for a young startup like Tellor. Young…in human years of course. But in crypto years? An aged fine wine at this point. Time for the recap:Q1 Coming off the heels of a global pandemic and tumultuous election year, the entire crypto industry was ready to get back to business, and start back up with the IRL activities. Little did we know how REAL it was about to get. 2021 was first notably kicked off by bringing our incumbent design contractor, Ben, onto the team to formulate a consistent, sleek, & professional design throughout Tellor’s outward appearance, so this was a big win for us. Also highlighting the top of the year was the launch of Chorus protocol, a project that set out to empower local communities by giving them the ability to make their own semi-stable coins with customizable monetary parameters, and of course, to utilize Tellor’s oracle. CTO Nick Fett’s passion for economics was given life, and although perhaps a bit ahead of its time, Chorus served as a proving ground for Tellor building their own vertical users — something we imagine happening much more in the future as Tellor establishes itself more as a DAO.Tellor’s ‘Name that Tune’ gathering quite the attention Whil...
Ampleforth Oracle Usage — An Amplified Look
Ampleforth Oracle Usage — An Amplified LookIntroduction Tellor is pleased to be working with Ampleforth to provide price data into its smart contracts. For those that don’t know how Tellor works, we’re a decentralized oracle that uses a network of staked data reporters who compete to fetch off-chain data and place it on-chain. Ampleforth is now using Tellor to bring on two values: the AMPL/USD value and the US Personal Consumption Expenditures (a key measure of inflation).AMPL 101 Ampleforth is the developer of AMPL, the first rebasing currency and a key DeFi building block. The AMPL protocol adjusts total supply daily based on market conditions. The AMPL protocol is based on its own unique primitives that make it uniquely poised to denominate stable contracts. Unlike stablecoins, AMPL does not rely on traditional banks or lenders of last resort. Each day, AMPL’s unique, rules-based protocol translates price volatility into supply volatility in a fully transparent manner. To put its rebasing model in perspective, consider this example: if AMPL is trading over a dollar, more AMPL is minted. If AMPL is trading under a dollar, AMPL is removed from circulation. Since price * supply = value (or Mkt cap for coins), if more people want to buy, the price will go up. In order to keep the price at a consistent level of denomination, the system automatically increases or decreases supply so that the equation holds. Ampleforth...
Time to Vote!!
….Now what?. — The time has come to make your voice heard for quite possibly one of the largest updates to date for Tellor: Tellor X. However, due to the decentralized nature of Tellor, the upgrade won’t be able to go through unless the community votes in favor for the upgrade. Let the following be a guide for those who are looking to vote, but not sure where to start or have never voted before on Tellor.Basic Steps:Go to voting page: token vote link 2. Click the button that says “Connect” (top right corner) 3. Depending on which wallet you have TRB in, connect to the corresponding wallet. Most wallets are compatible with either MetaMask or WalletConnect.MetaMask and WalletConnect work with most but NOT ALL wallet options.WalletConnect to other wallets via QR Code 4. If you are connected, your public key will appear. 5. Click ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to vote! 6. Upon clicking the “vote TRB” button, the wallet will ask you to confirm this transaction.Make sure you have ETH to pay for the gas of this transaction! If the above steps are not working for you, there are a few scenarios that might affect the above steps. If you fall under one of these categories, read on for more information…Having issues with the above steps? There are few scenarios that may affect your ability to go successfully go through the basic voting steps — the following should provide you with more trouble shooting depending ...
Tellor to Launch Newly Designed Oracle on Ethereum Mainnet
A new oracle design, decentralized governance and treasury features adds even more robustness to Tellor.. — The Tellor team is excited to announce the release of the next generation in oracle design. After almost a year of planning, designing and building what has been nicknamed TellorX, we’re ready to launch the vote for community approval. The vote to upgrade Tellor will start on Tuesday November 23rd and run seven days until November 30. Voting can be done here: https://www.tellorscan.com/voteA next generation oracle Since the initial mainnet release of Tellor in 2019, the team and community has continued to work towards decentralization. Tellor’s goal in pushing oracle design forward has been largely focused on unstoppability, flexibility, and becoming truly community driven. In June, the TellorX whitepaper was released. This outlined a new direction in DeFi oracles that mixes new tokenomics, more decentralization and lower token minimums to broaden the members of our community who can get involved. In September, we sent the TellorX code to audit. After updates and continued feedback from the community, the team is now ready to launch!Innovation behind TellorX The new Tellor expands cross-chain compatibility and gains the ability to support virtually any data request. The upgrade also includes a new staking pool, Tellor treasuries, which is a way for token holders to participate in Tellor’s monetary policy...
Decentralization: How Tellor does it.
TL:DRNo ICO or Pre-mineFair DistributionPermissionless NodesDecentralized GovernanceTransparency From inception Tellor has prioritized being as decentralized as possible. But this concept of “decentralization” is pretty broad, and using the term as a slogan holds little weight without providing specific details. This blog post aims to concisely provide these details and more insight on the ways in which Tellor does this decentralization thing, and why. As we shift to a more DAO-like structure these efforts and decisions will be the foundation of making it possible for our community to run the protocol. Without further ado here’s how Tellor does decentralization:No ICO or Pre-mine A fair launch of a token is pivotal to the future abilities to become a decentralized project. ICOs were anything but fair. In a nutshell, for an ICO (initial coin offering) a project would write a whitepaper describing the project they intended to build, pre-mine (create out of thin air) millions of tokens, set a large amount aside for the team, and pre-sell the rest at a discount to VCs and general public, then get listed on exchanges and dump the market. They would raise millions of dollars before they wrote any code. Tellor was built in the wake of the ICO craze and so we were keenly aware of the issues of them: no transparency, improper treasury management, lack of long term incentives, unfair token distribution, and more. We chose to fu...
TellorX Goes to External Audit
The team has sent the code for TellorX to audit, a major milestone for launching the newest version of the decentralized oracle. Since the initial mainnet release of Tellor, we continue to work towards building an unstoppable oracle. An oracle that’s censorship resistant, as decentralized as possible, and above all has clean well-functioning code. Tellor is extremely excited to release the next evolution of the Tellor oracle, TellorX, in the coming months. To get to that point, one of the major milestones is an external code audit of what the Tellor team and community have built.TellorX As a Next Gen Oracle TellorX is a new direction for DeFi oracles that mixes new tokenomics, more decentralization and lower token minimums to broaden the members of our community who can be data reporters (and earn more TRB in the process!). It also shifts Tellor’s oracle from PoW to a stake-to-play system. TellorX expands on cross-chain compatibility and data submissions in bytes, making the data that can be reported and put on-chain much more flexible and robust. It also includes a new staking pool, Tellor treasuries, which is a way for token holders to participate in Tellor’s monetary policy and receive staking rewards for doing so.Importance of External Audits No matter how careful a core team is when building code for a new release like TellorX, there are blindspots. Vulnerabilities, security issues and bugs can result in a compr...
Moving from Admin Key to DAO — Tellor’s Parachute Smart Contract
Moving from Admin Key to DAO — Tellor’s Parachute Smart Contract Most blockchain projects have some sort of centralized control (admin key) that allows a developer or founding team to make decisions on the smart contracts underpinning their work. Many projects take steps to secure these admin keys, but still, the admin key yields a large amount of power to the hands of very few. Decisions over user balances or replacing code can be made unilaterally. We’re excited to announce a new approach to re-DAO-ify Tellor. We’re taking these steps to fulfill the long-term vision of Tellor as fully trustless and unstoppable.What are the risks with an admin key? In the early stages of a project an admin key is great for building and making sure the system functions as intended, however admin keys take away much of the trustlessness and decentralization of blockchain technology. It relies on faith that the admins won’t abuse their powers. Worst-case, rug pulls happen and a team member is hacked or takes users’ funds and disappears. To eliminate this centralized point of risk, a small minority of projects remove the admin key by sending it to a burn address. This creates a new set of challenges. What if there’s an error in how the project is built and how is it fixed? What if the community votes for a bogus change to the project? And if the project comes under attack, what are the control measures to make sure the attacke...
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|TA: Weekly Top 5 Crypto To Watch – BTC, ETH, BNB, TRB, EOS
The crypto market saw retracement across all boards with the crypto marketcap being rejected from its resistance of $1.2 trillion leaving top cryptos affected.
This has led to market sentiments going back to bearish with many crypto assets sitting on the key support zone. Let us focus on the top 5 cryptos you should pay attention to this week.
Disclaimer: The picks listed in this article should not be taken as investment advice. Always do your research and never invest more than what you can afford to lose.
Top Crypto Price Analysis Chart -Bitcoin (BTC)
Daily BTC Price Analysis | Source: BTCUSDT On Tradingview.com
From the chart, the price of BTC was rejected from $25,200 with a bullish uptrend in a rising wedge. The rejection from the resistance led the price of BTC to break out in a downward trend.
BTC is currently trading at $21,100 at the point of writing this article. The price of BTC was unable to hold the support at $22,500 leading to a retest of lower support at $20,800.
A breakout below this $20,800 support holding the price of BTC could see the price going lower to a region of $19,000 which is seen as a demand zone for BTC prices over the weeks.
Price Analysis Of Ethereum (ETH) On The Daily (1D) Chart
Daily ETH Price Analysis | Source: ETHUSDT On Tradingview.com
The price of Ethereum in recent weeks outperformed BTC after showing a bullish trend ahead of “The Merge,” rising to a region of $2,030.
ETH price was rejected from $2,03...
|TA- Trezor (TRB) Holds Strong Above $40, Will The Crypto Pullback Affect...
The price of Trezor (TRB) in the last few days has continued to look strong against Tether (USDT). Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and other altcoins have struggled to hold above their key support zones after the market turned bearish. The price of Trezor (TRB) has continued to maintain its bullish structure.