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The last known price of #WBLN is $0.00000692 USD.

Please note that the price of #WBLN was last updated over 250 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #WBLN statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest WBLN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00000692, and the exact last price of WBLN was $0.00000692405.

The all-time high WBLN coin price was $0.000673.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of WBLN with market cap of ETH and how the supply affects the price of WBLN at different market capitalizations.


The code for Webblen Network crypto currency is #WBLN.

Webblen Network is 1.7 years old.


The current market capitalization for Webblen Network is not available at this time.

Webblen Network is ranking upwards to #3822 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is unknown today for #WBLN.


The circulating supply of WBLN is 1,141,477,137,149 coins, which is 99% of the total coin supply.

Webblen Network has a relatively large supply of coins, 9,390 times larger than Ethereum's supply, as an example.


WBLN exchange data is not currently available.



Webblen Announces Expansion Into Minneapolis Metro to Reward Community Engagement

Webblen officially announces expansion into the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. March 2nd, 2022 — Minneapolis, MN — Webblen, the web3 mobile app that rewards users for being engaged in their local community, announced today that the company is officially expanding operations into the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area. Webblen, which initially launched in Fargo, North Dakota in 2021, has been rewarding members of the community in that city to attend events, shop at local businesses, and engage with local content on the platform. The company plans to partner with local businesses, event hosts, and social initiatives to enable positive outcomes. One such organization is Smart North, a not-for-profit coalition driving “Smart City” initiatives and thought-leadership within the Twin Cities. In addition, Webblen announced they will deputize members of the community to spread the word of Webblen’s mission through their Community Contributor Program, and these hands-on contributors will receive compensation for doing so. Webblen’s regional expansion plan — which was driven by user growth — comes at a time when the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area struggles to bring the community together COVID-19 isolated millions for two years and recent social unrest. By rewarding users to come together, the team is confident that the Webblen platform can be a catalyst for healing as the community rebuilds towards a m...

Webblen Partners With Verida so Users Can Own Their Data

Webblen partners with personal data network Verida to seamlessly onboard users into web3 and finally gives people the opportunity to take control of their personal data. Fargo, ND — February 10, 2022 — Webblen Inc, creators of the app that rewards users for being involved in their community, announced today that the company has entered into a strategic partnership with Verida as part of their Early Adopter Partner Program. Verida offers solutions that allow users to own their data and seamlessly onboard into web3. The case for managing and owning personal data is strong and timely. Recent allegations of unethical use of user data by large technology companies have made users rightfully wary of how their data is being used. “Data sovereignty and ownership is critical for any company to gain the trust of its users,” said Webblen CTO, Carter Razink. “Webblen is at the intersection between web2 and web3. For our blockchain-native users, who are very sensitive to data protection, the partnership with Verida is especially important.” Verida describes itself as “a network of personal data owned and controlled by users that unlocks centralized data for new exciting use cases.” Their plug-and-play solutions allow for users to have complete control over their data and earn rewards when it’s used. In addition, Verida provides seamless onboarding into the blockchain space with their single sign-on feature. H...

Why ESG Matters For Small Business

ESG doesn’t just matter for large corporations. Even small businesses can reap the benefits. If you’re a business owner, chances are you’ve heard of ESG. If you haven’t, let me give you a simple refresher. ESG is an acronym that refers to a companies internal and external focus on their environmental impact (E), Social interaction with employees and customers (S), and Governance of how the business is run (G). ESG is a non-financial metric that measures businesses operations and looks at a business relationship with the environment, employees, and the community they operate in.‍ The focus on ESG has been thrust into the spotlight in recent years. Nearly every day, a new business makes headlines for investing billions of dollars into their new ESG initiative or breaking an existing commitment.‍ Because ESG can encompass a wide range of initiatives, it varies for every business. As a small business owner, you may be wary of adopting an ESG model. After all, you don’t have the same resources as Pepsi or Microsoft.‍ The good news is that minor changes to your operations can make a big impact on your bottom line.‍‍ — How ESG can benefit your small business.‍. — Conscious Customers‍ Consumer preferences are rapidly changing. In warming, more divided, and unequal world, consumers want to know that businesses will use their resources to make the world a better place. The skyrocketing sales of ecle...

Forget Flying Cars, It’s About The People

Municipalities have failed to deliver the life-changing benefits that smart city initiatives promised. Their goal was to introduce technology with the hope of benefiting the people of their city. But…they forgot about the people. The “smart city” phenomenon began when local governments around the world rushed to adopt emerging technologies in an attempt to make their cities efficient, safer, and more connected than ever before. By leveraging internet of things technology, local leaders hoped to use a massive fleet of data-collecting sensors and innovative technological gadgets to make more informed decisions for the benefit of the people. While there’s no agreed-upon definition of what a “smart city” is, Mayors from major metro cities across the nation outlined their smart city goals…‍“…to improve efficiency and help deliver better service to its residents.” — Detroit Chief Information Officer, Art Thompson“…[it] designs and implements solutions for efficient use of time, resources, and energy — improving city processes and quality of life for residents.” — Phoenix Mayor, Kate Gallego“The definition further extends to integrated business applications and data analytics that can inform policy and services to residents,” — San Antonio Chief Innovation Officer, Brian Dillard ‍ Do you notice a trend? Every city official from the above examples stated that they are mak...

Webblen, the Web3 Mobile App that Rewards Positive Community Engagement, Launches the WBLN Token…

Webblen, the Web3 Mobile App that Rewards Positive Community Engagement, Launches the WBLN Token on Algorand January 26, 2022 — Fargo, North Dakota — Webblen, a decentralized mobile application that rewards users for community engagement, launches today on the carbon-negative Algorand blockchain. The launch is accompanied by the listing of the WBLN token on Tinyman, an Algorand-based decentralized exchange. The Webblen community aims to leverage Web3 to facilitate engagement and positive outcomes in local communities. With attention and engagement being the primary metric of concern in today’s internet culture, community members from across the globe have become disengaged from the real world. This problem has become known as “The Social Dilemma”, a technology culture that catalyzes negative outcomes in our communities including disengagement, disinformation, and polarization.“It’s time to focus on humane systems and technologies that enable positive outcomes and champion empathy in our communities,” said Kai Selekwa, Co-Founder and CEO at Webblen INC. The WBLN token launch marks an important milestone in the company’s seven-year mission to revitalize local economies and incentivize positive outcomes by rewarding community engagement. By rewarding users in WBLN for attending events and creating positive change in their community, Webblen creates local ecosystems that catalyze positive social change...

Can NFTs be Good For the Climate?

In March of 2021, the digital artist known as Beeple sold an NFT for $69 Million at Christie’s auction house in New York City. The mind-boggling price of the unique JPEG and Christie’s long history where posh billionaires trade their fortunes for priceless works of art propelled NFTs into the public eye. Since the historic deal, NFTs have skyrocketed in popularity. Digital artists from around the globe are adding their creativity to the space, and collectors are ready to buy. In 2021 alone, NFT sales are projected to reach $17.7 Billion and continue to grow into 2022 and beyond.What is an NFT? An NFT, or non-fungible token, is generally considered to be a piece of art stored on the blockchain to cryptographically confirm ownership. The “non-fungible” part basically means that it is one of a kind and cannot be replaced by anything else. Bitcoin, for example, is considered fungible. If I trade one Bitcoin for one Bitcoin, I’ll end up with the exact same thing. But an NFT is “non-fungible” because it’s one of a kind. As in all markets, scarcity drives value. The ability to verify ownership of a particular asset is critical for art and can be applied to countless other industries. But, there’s a problem…What’s the Problem with NFTs? In summary, what makes NFT art pieces unique is that they’re stored on the blockchain. This allows the owner to verify that they own a particular piece with 100% confidenc...

Webblen Network Whitepaper

The Webblen Network Webblen Inc Version 1.00, October 2021 Abstract The Webblen Network is a decentralized platform of protocols used to incentivize physical and virtual community engagement. Serving as the base layer of humanity within the Web3 ecosystem, the Webblen Network utilizes easy-to-adopt frontend technology paired with a decentralized backend of Webblen Communities to create a network of self-sovereign individuals who become both stakeholders and shareholders for shared interests or enterprises. Open, permissionless, and transparent by design, anyone can build on top of the Webblen Network and tap into what is the first decentralized community social network. Introduction Webblen is a digital economy that incentivizes community participation by rewarding users for attending events and engaging with local media. Built to reward users for their community engagement, users are awarded the WBLN token for their attendance at local events and consumption of local media. These processes are secured by the Webblen Network, a series of protocols built on a blockchain network, used to verify the actions of users, offer new products and services to users, and transparently allow for more diverse and robust sovereign rights within social and community networks. For example, the Proof of Attendance Protocol verifies a user’s physical presence at an event and dictates the weight of rewards distributed to event attendees, wh...

Webblen Leverages the Algorand Blockchain to Incentivize Community Participation and Build Vibrant…

Webblen Leverages the Algorand Blockchain to Incentivize Community Participation and Build Vibrant Local Economies Fargo, North Dakota — October 11, 2021 — The Webblen team is excited to announce its upcoming integration with the Algorand blockchain, including the launch of the native WBLN token as an Algorand Standard Asset (ASA), in Q4 of 2021. As the first blockchain-based platform designed to drive local community engagement, Webblen rewards users for being involved in their local community and is on a mission to make crypto accessible to all. The Webblen platform, which is currently live on Algorand TestNet, creates a decentralized local loyalty program that incentivizes users to participate in community happenings like events and promotions. In turn, participants can utilize their WBLN rewards to purchase goods and services from local businesses, creating a social economy that forges deeper connections between people and the communities in which they live. Fargo, North Dakota is currently Webblen’s first community with over 5,000 active users. The city of Fargo is currently looking to utilize Webblen to achieve shared community goals while helping over 2,000 small businesses in the area. Webblen is already being used by multiple small businesses in Fargo with countless others around the globe looking forward to their expansion. The Webblen team is on a mission to empower small businesses to become more su...

Decentralized Autonomous Organization: What is it?

DAOs are the future of governance for tech companies. — What is a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO)?. — Imagine a company just like any other, with employees creating goods or providing services to customers, managers ensuring employees are following the correct procedures, and executives directing the managers with their vision and ideas of what to do next. It is people who direct the flow of money to stockholders, pay salaries of employees, and ensure the company is staying on track. A DAO, or a Decentralized Autonomous Organization, functions in the same way that regular companies do. Instead of having human employees, however, it has computer code that automates the company and rules that control what it does. It’s a complex set of code that controls how the business works and provides value to people who use it. Essentially, DAOs are similar to vending machines that restock their own products automatically without any human intervention. DAOs are unique in that the company is self-reliant (autonomous) and aren’t owned by any one organization (decentralized). This is the vision we have for the future of Webblen. — What about Webblen?. — Right now, our team has the vision that is directing the future of Webblen. This includes conducting fixes to the app, adding new features, and deciding what type of platform Webblen turns into. Over time, we want to completely decentralize Webblen ...

Endless Scrolling

What are you doing?. — When you pull out your phone, how likely are you to actually have a purpose behind what you’re doing, and how often are you opening it just to do so? People open their phones something like 100 times per day, averaging out to once every 10 odd minutes. We are all guilty of this to some degree. A common term or practice as of late is aimless or dead scrolling. This is the act of not really even reading or watching anything, just pointlessly scrolling through content you’re not necessarily interested in. It is a time sink, and not an effective one. There are significant repercussions of this, ranging from the simple fact that time is being wasted, to the more worrisome effect of the empty feeling that tends to arise from it. When we pull out our phones, it is because the brain knows how often there is a dopamine (positive) hit from using it. This translates to the effect where we are oft to pull out our devices without even really knowing why. The irony, is when we do this, more often than not, we feel empty inside after doing so. There is another side point here of note. Users want to be on their devices, and they want to find something worthwhile to read or do during that time. The problem is that the content they are used to is not designed to be a constant source of temporary entertainment, there simply is not enough content to sate the never-ending desire of people for distraction. —...


Algorand Looks to Prove Why Algoracle Is Needed in the Contemporary Bloc...

    PRESS RELEASE. As the complexity of current dApps (decentralized applications) on Algorand grows, so must the infrastructure, notably oracles, to enable significantly higher and better feature sets. In the Algorand ecosystem, Algoracle's opinions on off-chain computing are therefore worth discussing in key detail. What is it exactly? Since smart contracts are unable to access external data on their own, all Web 3.0 technology is built on the foundation of the most crucial of blockchain middleware, oracles. The current generation of decentralized oracle networks therefore seeks to connect real-world, off-chain data to blockchains. As the complexity of contemporary dApps grows however, oracles must also mature and expand to accommodate significantly higher and deeper feature sets as aforementioned. The next major frontier in oracle development is indeed off-chain computing, which essentially allows oracles to handle significantly more advanced programming logic as well as data aggregation requests on behalf of smart contracts in a permissionless way before publishing the data on-chain. As such, streamlining and enhancing the functionality of oracle off-chain computation not only greatly improves smart contract execution, cost efficiency, and scalability, but it additionally provides decentralized applications with an excellent quality of life features that we often take for granted in Web 2.0, which includes things like push notifications and transaction automation, without req... read More

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