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FLUX

Flux  

#FLUX

FLUX Price:
$0.91
Volume:
$28.4 M
All Time High:
$3.33
Market Cap:
$0.3 B


Circulating Supply:
288,881,914
Exchanges:
25
Total Supply:
440,000,000
Markets:
37
Max Supply:
4,840,000,000
Pairs:
10



  FLUX PRICE


The price of #FLUX today is $0.91 USD.

The lowest FLUX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.909, and the current live price for one FLUX coin is $0.90920.

The all-time high FLUX coin price was $3.33.

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


  FLUX OVERVIEW


The code for Flux is also #FLUX.

Flux is 1.8 years old.


  FLUX MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Flux is $262,652,408.

Flux is ranked #134 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  FLUX VOLUME


There is a large volume of trading today on #FLUX.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Flux is $28,393,326.


  FLUX SUPPLY


The circulating supply of FLUX is 288,881,914 coins, which is 6% of the maximum coin supply.


  FLUX EXCHANGES


FLUX is available on several crypto currency exchanges.


  FLUX RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #FLUX, and you can view them on our FLUX disambiguation page.


  FLUX RESOURCES


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  FLUX DEVELOPER NEWS



The first fully decentralized Nostr relay is now running on Flux.

Nostr is revolutionizing the Social Media landscape by introducing an open-source protocol that opens the door to a new generation of Web3-based Social Media applications. These applications are free from corporate influence, advertisements, algorithmic manipulation, and censorship. Instead, they are designed to provide a space where people can freely share their content and connect. With the help of Nostr relays on Flux, we may finally have a genuinely decentralized Social Media platform that represents the people's voice. The Flux ecosystem is designed to provide a high-performance decentralized infrastructure for Web3. It is essential for the next generation of the Internet to have a decentralized infrastructure, as this will allow Web3 apps to be free from corporate influence. The Flux network is already active and hosting many decentralized apps, with new ones added regularly. One of the promising apps on Flux is Nostr, a decentralized, open-source, and censorship-resistant social media framework. Nostr is not a complete social media app but a protocol that can be used to build such apps. The Nostr protocol ensures that users can never be banned or de-platformed and enables anyone to provide servers to host the apps and data. Centralized social media platforms like Twitter have several issues, such as user manipulation, censorship, de-platforming, and monetization of user content. Nostr has the potential to solve th...




Auction Time. Your chance to win the #1 Flux Legacy Titan watch!

Time to gather up your friends and join in for another Flux community event. Flux is hosting a charity auction where the winner takes home a one-of-a-kind timepiece — The Flux Titan Legacy #1. All auction proceeds will be donated to two amazing organizations: Code like a girl & Operation Paws for Homes. The Flux team only knows one thing that’s just as much fun as developing a new kickass tech stack for Web3: getting the Flux community together for a shared experience. It’s time for another Flux community event! This time we hope to see our community join us for the first Flux charity auction hosted by Chief Strategy Officer Daniel Keller, or as some like to call him, ‘Leaky Dan.’ While we can’t promise that there will be any leaks, we can guarantee a fun auction live stream. On auction will be a Flux Titan Legacy watch from TSAO Baltimore. It is a limited edition (250 total) timepiece that will come engraved and issued with its NFT from the Kadena-KDA and Ethereum-ETH blockchains, stored on the Flux network. It is a high-quality watch that TSAO describes as an ‘heirloom-worthy timepiece’ and has a retail price of $1,299. The Flux Titan Legacy on auction is #1 of the 250 watches. The auction winner will also take home a custom Flux Lamp built by Bill Dodge, a skilled craftsman, and valued Flux community member. The lucky winner will certainly be the envy of the Flux community by owning these two Flux...




Host your Nexa Full Node via the Flux Marketplace

Flux — The Web3 Cloud - Flux's core values and ethos is the rise of Web 3.0 — By and For the People. Evoke the power of corporations and restore it to the common people. The Flux Cloud is decentralized, based on thousands of single servers from all over the world connected in one operating system. Individuals are the backbone of it. They provide the cloud with computational resources via home-based bare metal machines or rented servers and get incentivized by 50% of the total block reward. To this date, the decentralized cloud of Flux is supported by over 15,000 nodes all around the globe. Its available computational resources total over 110,000 Cores, over 300 TB of RAM, and over 7 PT (Petabytes) of SSD. A Web 3.0 cloud powerhouse that can deploy applications in a decentralized and censor-resistant manner. There are plenty of advantages to using Flux instead of traditional Web2 infrastructure providers: All applications are redundant and have automatic failovers in case of outages., The Flux Cloud is agnostic to code language as it uses Docker Hub containers as the on-ramp., The Flux Cloud automatically keeps applications up to date with the respective container., The Flux Cloud offers uncompetitive pricing, — Nexa — A Digital Economy - Nexa is like Bitcoin, but with advanced smart contracts, native tokens, and massive scalability, all provided on layer 1. It provides a backbone for a new dec...




Earn more with Fractus — Cumulus + Store = More Flux earned

Earn more with Fractus — Cumulus + Store = More Flux earned - The new Fractus node tier is the workhorse of the newly launched Flux IPFS persistent storage feature. A Fractus node is a cumulus node with 10TB of storage that will help grow the Flux network storage capacity and receive additional rewards. An essential piece of infrastructure needed to power Web3 is decentralized persistent storage. For Web3 to succeed, there has to be a way that users can store data securely while retaining privacy and ownership of their data rather than entrusting it to a centralized actor. To fulfill this key requirement for Web3 infrastructure, Flux recently added IPFS persistent storage to the Flux network. While the Flux network already has 7.8 Petabytes of storage (when this article was published), it will require much more to hold the vast data needed as Web3 grows. Especially as new storage-hungry applications become available on Flux, such as the newly launched FluxDrive that provides cheap and secure decentralized storage for everyone and the upcoming release of WordPress hosting on the Flux marketplace. The Fractus node was born to increase the Flux network storage. A Fractus node is a Cumulus tier node that provides at least 10TB of storage. Fractus nodes will earn an additional 15% Flux on top of the native Flux block reward. The Fractus node bonus reward will be approximately 0,84 Flux per block reward pre-halving and 0,42...




Fiat-Crypto OnRamp: Deploying On Flux Will Be Easier Than Ever!

Flux takes another step in bridging the Web2-Web3 dichotomy by introducing several new fiat-crypto payment systems, Including Coinbase and Crypto.com. Flux has provided robust support for deploying different applications on its decentralized infrastructure for more than four years. With hundreds of DApps and websites already running on Flux, we have demonstrated our role as a critical player in the Web3 and cloud hosting space. Now we are proud to announce that fiat-crypto payment is coming to Flux! We are onboarding Coinbase and Crypto.com to implement a gateway that allows users to pay for hosting directly in fiat or crypto. Coinbase, alongside Crypto.com, is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the cryptocurrency world, and just last year, Google announced its partnership with Coinbase for crypto payment. Flux is on track to become the first cloud provider to offer a two-way Crypto-Fiat ramp designed to increase payment flexibility when deploying applications. Why is this new feature a game-changer? The default payment method for Flux Cloud (formally Jetpack)deployments has always been Flux’s native token ($FLUX). While this option remains very much available, introducing an alternative fiat payment ramp will give users more control over the metrics of their business needs. Due to the volatile nature of cryptocurrency, it might be a little tricky for businesses to budget accurately for their hosting requirements in ...




Proof of Useful Work: Flux Powers Another Medical App.

Flux demonstrates computational resources in Web3 can do more Useful Work….again. Sustainability, Environmental Impact, and Efficiency. These were the fundamentals behind Flux’s deep dive into the Proof of Useful Work consensus model. In May 2022, Flux announced a collaboration with the Western Switzerland University of Applied Sciences in Geneva (HES). The partnership would explore the potential of PoUW and how resources from mining rigs and GPU cards could be channeled toward solving real-life problems. (In case you missed it, here is an in-depth article). As momentum continues to build towards unveiling the Flux roadmap for 2023 and pending plans for PoUW, Flux is proud to announce the deployment of another App that uses Flux nodes as a useful case in Medical Technology. X-ray/CT diagnosis with AI is a web-based AI application that uses abnormal sections of CT scans and X-ray sections to predict possible disease. While still in its Alpa stage, the program can also explain the basis for prediction and help classify the priority level of patients in the Emergency room. After uploading, patients’ data are immediately encrypted and automatically deleted once the prediction is over to maintain privacy. In a Tweet, the developer, Samer Rahmeh, shares his plan to deploy more DApps on Flux to showcase how Web3 can play a role in Useful Work. He also asserts Flux PoUW will be a game changer for Machine Learning engineers. The...




Welcome to Thunder!

Project Thunder is one of the most anticipated releases from Flux. With persistent storage finally running, it’s time for the beta days of thunder! Project Thunder is a class of data persistence nodes that focuses on the long-term storage of data and databases. Backed by the newly launched Flux IFPS technology, this project will solve the problem of mass storage on Web3, allowing decentralized applications and other projects to store large amounts of data. Thunder Beta is officially released as ‘Cumulus Fractus’ (or simply ‘Fractus’ nodes), depicting their relationship with the original Cumulus tier on the FluxNodes network. Cumulus nodes are the most popular class of nodes that power the Flux computational network, while Fractus will allow users to provide cloud storage space with their nodes. Unlike the default Cumulus nodes, Fractus nodes come with no SSD requirements, and operators can easily add storage to their nodes using the traditional spinning rust hard disks. The minimum requirements for running Fractus nodes (beta) include the following: A minimum of 1000 Flux, 2 Cores, 4 Threads, 240 CPU Events Per Second, 9250 GB of storage on a single partition (Raid allowed), 80MB/s Disk Write Speed, 100Mb/s Download/Upload, The latest Fluxbench v3.7.0 update (a software used to check if a host has the required hardware and performance to meet the requirements for the FluxNode tier collateral locked for that ...




Flux: The One-Stop Ecosystem

“The year was 2021. Barely after a 24hr notice, Parler was kicked off AWS servers and vanished from the internet (at least for some time). While the concerns behind this action could be argued, it was a crucial moment that unveiled a corporatist grasp on the centralized internet.” Cloud computing signified a massive breakthrough for business on the internet. Instead of having to set up and maintain expensive infrastructure and servers, business owners could readily outsource to cloud services and shorten their time to market. Amazon AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft quickly became the most prominent names in this space, with over 34% of the top 100,000 websites running on AWS alone as of 2021. However, using a centralized cloud comes at a cost. When AWS services went offline for the third time in the same year (2021), businesses running on the provider suffered a combined loss running into billions. Besides server outages and downtimes, most centralized providers operate a form of ‘lock-in.’ This is a system in which an application running on a cloud service is adapted to run efficiently only on that infrastructure. While this means improved performance, it is harder for clients to transfer their applications to other cloud providers. They are “locked in,” even if they end up dissatisfied with rising costs in the long run. Well, until Flux. — For the people, By Flux. - Flux offers a decentralized cloud ho...




Flux Recap 2022: Highlights Of The Year.

2022 has been a tremendous year for Flux. Even in the middle of a harsh crypto-winter, the Ecosystem has continued to thrive and expand its reach. Now, as we end the year on a high note, let’s go back to the beginning and walk through Flux defining moments. — In The Beginning, There Was Flux: - 2500…..That was the number of nodes running on the Flux computational network at the beginning of the year. Barely 12 months later, the Ecosystem is running on more than 15,000+ nodes (and counting) but let’s keep going. January started with Flux’s acceptance into the Nvidia Inception program as a premier partner. This partnership laid the groundwork for a cross-sharing of ideas, technology, and essential networking, which was of significant help to Flux in shaping the Web3 industry. Back in the base, the Swag shop was officially launched, throwing the gates of Flux Merchandise open to everyone. Got Flux? Flaunt Flux! A new support desk officially kicked off to help customers and users with any inquiries or complaints they might have using Flux products or services. By March, it was time to get things sizzling. — The Great Flux March - Flux node collateral halving started in March, a move designed to get more node operators on the network by reducing the collateral they needed to get started. Around the same time, Kadena restructured how their nodes launch on the Flux network. Instead of running just as one loc...




Flux Report: Here’s How Far We’ve Gone.

At Flux, we are big on keeping our community updated with the latest happenings in the Ecosystem. If you missed any big highlights, here is Flux in Focus for November and December. Titan crosses 100 nodes: Titan nodes crossed the 100 mark in November. Since its launch earlier this year, Titan nodes have been an instant success, with over 1.2 million Flux locked in during the first week of beta launch. Titan enables users to pool their resources together to run enterprise-grade hardware. Want to join the nodes network without going full ballistics? Titan is for you. Who wants some Thunder? Project Thunder (Cumulus Fractus storage nodes) is on the test net. We’re looking forward to a live launch in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, Jetpack 2.0 is running on steroids, and the long-awaited FluxDrive is now fully available! Get access to fully decentralized storage without fear of data loss. All tiers of FluxDrive are now available for your cloud storage needs, and you can pay directly in Fiat. Flux also crossed a critical milestone with FluxOS V3.28.0, an upgrade that allows gaming servers and other complicated applications to run seamlessly on our decentralized cloud infrastructure. On FluxNode, Stratus crossed the 2,000-node mark, bringing the total number of nodes running on the network to over 15,000! The first version of the FluxOS app was released this month! You can now Beta test it on Apple and Google! Download them here...




  FLUX NEWS


Why Bitcoin (BTC) Could Not Surpass Litecoin (LTC) In This Key Area

    Bitcoin is slowly losing its grip on the bullish momentum it had for the last couple of days, declining by 2.7% over the last 24 hours. At press time, according to tracking from Coingecko, the alpha crypto is trading at $20,392 and is once again showing a little sign of retreat in the past few hours. Bitcoin struggles to break past the $20,500 marker Despite bull run, BTC failed to enter the top 10 list of Galaxy Score LTC leaves Bitcoin behind after cracking the LunarCrash’s metric list At times like these, the largest cryptocurrency in terms of market capitalization seems vulnerable and can be outperformed even by some of the lesser known altcoins like Litecoin (LTC). Such was the case with Galaxy Score – a metric provided by LunarCrush designed to provide help in understanding crypto movement through extensive data analysis. Litecoin managed to enter the top 10 list while Bitcoin was left out – a development that came as a surprise. Bitcoin Misses Out On A Potential Bullish Signal While Galaxy Score is not a dominant and prominent indicator that can determine the trajectory of a crypto asset’s price movement, being included in its top list usually indicates a bullish rally. Litecoin took the 6th spot in the recent ranking, coming behind Collie Inu, Flux, AmpliFi, Neblio and Callisto Network while outranking WadzPay, OKB, SONM and Ambrosus. Meanwhile, Bitcoin wasn’t included on the list despite its massive surge and undeniable popularity. LT... read More



ETC, RVN, ERGO Hashrate Soars Following The Merge, Large Quantity of Has...

    Ethereum has officially transitioned from a proof-of-work (PoW) network to a proof-of-stake (PoS) system after seven years of operating as a PoW blockchain. The Merge has forced ethereum miners to transition to other PoW-based tokens and after the ruleset change was codified, a handful of PoW coins compatible with the Ethash algorithm saw their hashrates skyrocket. Ethereum Classic's hashrate has tripled in size since The Merge was triggered by Ethereum's Paris Upgrade.5 Tokens Reap the Benefits of Ethereum's Leftover Hashrate Ethereum, the second largest crypto asset in terms of market capitalization, now operates under a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain system. The Merge was triggered by the Paris Upgrade on September 15, at block height 15,537,391 at 2:42:42 a.m. ET. A few hours prior to The Merge, Ethereum's hashrate plummeted significantly, and a great deal of hashrate was pointed at Ethereum Classic (ETC). During the early morning hours (ET) on September 15, ETC's hashrate was around 80.77 terahash per second (TH/s). Hours after The Merge on September 16, ETC's hashrate increased by 228%, jumping to the current 228.62 TH/s. ETC was the main beneficiary in terms of getting the most hashrate from Ethereum's forced transition from PoW to PoS. However, a handful of other tokens with similar hashing algorithms also saw a significant rise in computational power. At the start of the day on September 15, Ravencoin's (RVN) hashrate was around 10.15 TH/s but the following day it... read More



4 Crypto Tokens Reap Hashpower From The Merge, ETC Secures Most of the H...

    20 days ago, a poll was shared on Twitter asking miners where they planned to dedicate their hashrate, after The Merge transitions Ethereum into a proof-of-stake (PoS) blockchain. The proof-of-work (PoW) contenders at the time were tokens like ravencoin, ergo, flux, and ethereum classic. When the poll concluded, flux and ravencoin outpaced the pack in votes, but reality shows ethereum classic has been the main beneficiary of hashrate so far.Twitter Poll With More Than 10,000 Votes Chooses Flux, While Ethereum Classic Ends up Reaping the Benefits Stemming From The Merge Ethereum Classic (ETC) is gathering most of the hashrate leaving Ethereum (ETH) as there are only four days left until The Merge. According to metrics recorded by 2miners.com, ETC's hashrate reached an all-time high on September 8, 2022, tapping 53.29 terahash per second (TH/s). Ethereum's hashrate has dropped below the 900 TH/s region and at the time of writing, the network hashrate is 883.78 TH/s. On August 20, 2022, the Twitter account Cryptovium published a poll that asks miners where they will dedicate their hashpower when The Merge is implemented. 'With the imminent PoS ETH Merge, I'm curious what all the miners out there are planning on moving their rigs to,' Cryptovium said. 'Top PoW contenders seem to be RVN, FLUX, ERG, [and] ETC. Are you going with one of these or choosing something else?' The final results of Cryptovium's poll got 10,347 votes and flux (FLUX) received the most votes with 45.7%. The... read More



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