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STX Price:
$0.2 B
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$0.9 B

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The price of #STX today is $0.63 USD.

The lowest STX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.631, and the exact current price of one STX crypto coin is $0.63115.

The all-time high STX coin price was $3.21.

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


The code for Stacks is #STX.

Stacks is 3.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for Stacks is $873,025,544.

Stacks is ranked #53 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a very large volume of trading today on #STX.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Stacks is $180,283,145.


The circulating supply of STX is 1,383,235,099 coins, which is 76% of the maximum coin supply.


STX is available on several crypto currency exchanges.


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



Stacks (STX) Soars 13% Daily, Bitcoin Stopped at $29K (Market Watch)

    After the two-day-long price declines, bitcoin finally went on the offensive hours ago but was stopped before tapping $29,000. The altcoins, despite being more volatile in nature usually, have remained relatively calm in the past day, with little-to-no movements. BTC Fails at $29K The weekend was expectedly calm due to the low trading volumes, and BTC stood mostly around $29,000. This was welcomed relief after the massive rollercoaster that transpired mid-week when the asset pumped and dumped by $3,000 in a matter of a day. As Sunday was coming to its end, though, the cryptocurrency went on the run again and neared $30,000 for the third time in less than a week. As with the previous attempts, though, this one was halted in its tracks, and bitcoin dumped by almost $2,000 in hours. The landscape worsened on Tuesday when BTC further fell to $27,650 (6-day low). The bulls finally stepped up at this point and quickly pushed bitcoin back up to $28,000. The past 24 hours saw another leg-up, in which bitcoin neared $28,000. However, the asset failed to overcome that level and currently sits inches below it. Nevertheless, it's still around 2% up on the day, which has helped its market cap reclaim the $550 billion mark, while its dominance over the alts sits tight at 47%. It's worth noting that there's likely to be more volatility during the day as the US Federal Reserve is expected to raise the interest rates once again, which has historically resulted in immediate price fluctuations ... read More

One Small Change Bitcoin Needs to Unlock Its Programming Potential: Stac...

    Stacks CEO Muneeb Ali spoke at Consensus 2023 on Friday about Bitcoin’s potential as a settlement layer, and the revival of developer culture within the community. Ali noted how a small, specific change to Bitcoin’s base layer could unlock a vast array of applications that can be built via layer 2 technology.  According to the developer, Bitcoin requires “very little modification” at its base layer to enable true “ZK rollups” – a layer two scaling solution for batching transactions that is commonly used on Ethereum.  “They’re just two OP codes,” said Ali, “like either OP STARK verify, or OP SNARK verify – and that can be done.” Ali doesn’t expect the change to happen for roughly another four to five years, however, given the slow pace at which Bitcoin’s base layer tends to evolve.  Even without those changes, Ali is confident that more development can take place on Bitcoin for it to catch up to more developer-friendly chains. His company Stacks – a self-described Bitcoin layer “1.5” – has developed a protocol called sBTC to bridge BTC from layer 1 to layer 2 chains in a relatively decentralized manner. “That sort of technology is what’s needed to really kickstart Bitcoin DeFi,” he said. “We need to make Bitcoin programmable in L2s, and then put that BTC in smart contracts, put them in the hands of developers, and then let ... read More

Stacks (STX) Soars 7% Daily, Bitcoin (BTC) Reclaims $28K: Market Watch

    Bitcoin's price dip below $28,000 seems to be short-lived as the asset has spiked back above that level and even tapped $28,500 hours ago. The altcoins are also slightly in the green. LDO has recovered some of yesterday's losses, while STX has soared the most. BTC Returns Above $28K After the massive volatility last Monday, which brought BTC south by over a grand on fake news surrounding Binance's CEO, the cryptocurrency performed slightly better and calmer in the following days. The weekly peak came on Wednesday when bitcoin spiked to just under $29,000. However, the bears intercepted the move and pushed the asset south. As such, BTC returned to around $28,000 and spent most of the next several days around that line. The weekend was calmer, with bitcoin sitting in a tight range between $27,800 and $28,200. The latest dip to the former came yesterday. Nevertheless, BTC initiated a notable leg-up in the following hours, resulting in a brief jump to over $28,500. Despite losing a few hundred dollars since then, the cryptocurrency still trades above $28,000. Its market cap has neared $550 billion once more, and its dominance over the alts is again at just over 46%. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView STX Jumps 7% Most altcoins were slightly in the red yesterday, but the landscape is exactly the opposite today, with minor gains. Ethereum is 1.5% up on the day and trades at $1,860. The second-largest cryptocurrency registered its highest price tag in eight months last week at over $1,950.... read More

Stacks Soars 115% Weekly, Bitcoin Eyes $28K: Weekend Watch

    Bitcoin initiated yet another leg up in the past 24 hours, resulting in nearing $28,000 for the first time since June 2022. The altcoins are also well in the green, with ETH reclaiming $1,800, while SOL, UNI, AVAX, and ETC have skyrocketed by up to 14%. BTC Taps Yet Another 9-Month High The US banking crisis, which later expanded to Europe as well, harmed bitcoin's price performance at the end of last week as the asset tumbled below $20,000 for the first time in two months. However, the landscape started to change with the start of the new week. Bitcoin began adding a couple of grand daily, which resulted in breaking above $26,000 on Tuesday. After its initial retracement to $24,000, the cryptocurrency went on a roll once again on Thursday and Friday. The past 24 hours brought yet another price surge. This time, BTC spiked above $27,000 and even came inches away from tapping $28,000. This became its highest price tag since June 2022. Despite failing to reclaim that level and dropping by a few hundred dollars, bitcoin is still north of $27,000 and is up by 4.5% on the day. Its market capitalization has touched $530 billion, while its dominance over the altcoins sits just above 45%. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView Stacks, Conflux, Mask Network Steal the Show The altcoins have also charted impressive gains, led by the largest one. ETH has jumped by over 5% in the past 24 hours alone and reclaimed $1,800 for the first time in months. Binance Coin, Ripple, Cardano, MATIC, Dogecoin, Po... read More

Stacks Marks 10-Month Highs Above $1, Bitcoin Eyes $24K Again: Market Wa...

    Bitcoin's rollercoaster of around $23,000 and $24,000 continues, as the asset bounced off the former to tap the latter once again in the past 24 hours. Most altcoins have also turned green today, and, somewhat expectedly, as of late, STX has stolen the show. BTC Touched $24K (Again) Last week saw BTC try its hand at taking down $25,000 a few times but to no avail. The asset's inability to overcome that line pushed it south hard, especially after the US PCE data came out for January on Friday. This resulted in an 11-day low at under $22,800 during the weekend. However, bitcoin began to recover some ground at the start of the working week and pumped to $23,800 on Monday. Despite being stopped there and driven back down to $23,000 hours later, the cryptocurrency initiated another leg up hours ago. In this one, BTC skyrocketed by around $1,000 and touched $24,000. Yet, it was unable to conquer that level and now sits just a few hundred dollars below it. Its market capitalization has increased to $460 billion, and its dominance over the alts is at 42.4%. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView STX Keeps the Rally Going The hype around the Ordinals NFT, based on Bitcoin, turned Stacks, due to its relationship with the Gamma marketplace, into one of the best performers for the past few weeks. This trend was only solidified in the last 24 hours, as STX soared by another 16% and even exceeded $1 earlier today to register its highest price tag since the end of April 2022. Aptos is another notable ... read More

Stacks (STX) Soars Another 12%, Bitcoin Flat at $23K: Weekend Watch

    After falling by roughly $1,000 and marking a multi-week low beneath $23,000, bitcoin has calmed and sits at just over that line amid low trading volumes. The altcoins are also quiet today, given the trading volumes, aside from the likes of Stacks and Lido Dao, both of which are up by impressive percentages. Bitcoin Flat at $23K Bitcoin tried its hand at taking down $25,000 three times in the past 10 days or so, with the most notable surge coming in the middle of last week as it shot up by $3,500 on Thursday. The volatility only increased as BTC slipped to under $23,500 shortly after, while the latest attempt at $25,000 came on February 21. Bitcoin briefly jumped above that line but was rejected quickly and fell back down to $23,500. Following another price pump to $24,600, the US PCE data came out, and bitcoin dropped by almost $1,000 in hours. Thus, it dumped to a 10-day low of $22,800 (on Bitstamp). The cryptocurrency has recovered some ground and sits inches above $23,000. Its market cap is close to $450 billion, while its dominance over the altcoins is calm at 42.2%. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView STX Steals the Show One of the best performers in the past several weeks has been Stacks because of its relationship with the much-hyped NFT ordinals on the Bitcoin network. STX had skyrocketed by 160% on a weekly scale a few days ago, and there were predictions that it could continue its way up until it becomes a multi-billion dollar token. The past 24 hours have brought another ... read More

Here's Why Stacks (STX) Exploded 160% in a Week

    STX - the native token of the Stacks network - has soared by a whopping 160% in the past seven days.  One possible reason behind the significant surge could be the connection between the asset and one of the recent trends in the cryptocurrency space - the Bitcoin NFTs through the Ordinals protocol. The financial services platform - Matrixport - predicted that STX could rally even more in the near future. The primary reason is the rapidly increasing number of newly-minted ordinals.  STX Price Explodes 160% in a Week STX - the native cryptocurrency of the Stacks network that brings smart contracts and decentralized apps to Bitcoin - has skyrocketed by nearly 160% in the last week and over 180% in the past month (according to CoinGecko data). It currently trades at approximately $0.87, a valuation last reached in May 2022.  The Stacks blockchain (formerly known as Blockstacks) is a layer 1 blockchain that uses the Proof-of-Transfer (PoX) consensus algorithm. It allows users to validate transactions by holding and staking bitcoin. Once BTC gets transferred, the user is able to mine Stacks blocks and earn STX tokens as a reward. The network also enables digital asset ownership and is a necessary condition for people willing to trade ordinals on the Gamma marketplace. The venue offers a variety of bitcoin NFTs and is a social platform that brings together collectors and creators of such art. This is likely to be one of the main reasons for STX's increase in price. So... read More

Bitcoin Eyes $25K Again While Stacks Soars 50% on Ordinals Hype (Market ...

    In a late Sunday dip, bitcoin dropped below $24,000 but managed to recover most losses and currently sits over $24,500 once more. Solana has soared the most from the larger-cap altcoins, while Stacks has neared the top 50 following a massive 50% surge. Bitcoin's Up and Down Weekend Movement The primary cryptocurrency had dropped all the way down to $21,500 in the middle of last week before it exploded by double digits in a day and soared to a six-month high above $25,000. This was somewhat surprising, given the regulatory scrutiny coming from the United States. However, the volatility was not yet over, as the asset fell to $23,400 hours later. It began to recover value shortly after, spiking to $25,000 once again. Although bitcoin had calmed slightly by the time the weekend came, it initiated another leg up to $25,000. As it happened with the previous attempt, though, the bears stepped up and didn't allow any further increases. Just the opposite, they pushed BTC south to $23,850 (on Bitstamp) on Sunday evening. Nevertheless, BTC bounced off from that line and now sits close to $25,000. Its market cap is inches above $475 billion, but its dominance over the alts is slightly down on the day to 42.2%. BTCUSD. Source: TradingView Stacks Steps Up The Ordinals NFTs are among the hottest topics in the cryptocurrency community as of late and is somewhat expected that projects related in a way to them will explode in value. This is the case with Stacks today, which has skyrocketed by ... read More

theBlock Research Pins Stacks as a Key Player in the BTC Network

    Bitcoin is widely considered to be the world's leading cryptocurrency. However, builders can use this technology to develop powerful applications, protocols, products, and services. Several ecosystems emerged on top of Bitcoin over the years, and Stacks continues to note tremendous growth. The Ongoing Evolution of Stacks Many people may recall Stacks under its former name of Blockstacks. It is a smart contract layer for Bitcoin tethered to the Bitcoin blockchain through a cross-chain consensus mechanism. The hash of the Stacks state is embedded into every Bitcoin network block. More importantly, Stacks is not limited to Bitcoin's scaling - or lack thereof - as it relies on a different approach to process transactions. Under the Stacks hood, the network relies on two types of blocks: Anchor blocks: used to tether Stacks to Bitcoin Microblocks: powering applications requiring high throughput and low latency. One of the emerging partners through Stacks is Hiro, an organization focused on building Bitcoin applications. They, too, see merit in further scaling Stacks through Hyperchains and increasing the throughput even further. Hiro proposes using trusted federated hyperchains to evolve into a trustless hyperchain solution. Stacks Adoption Increases Rapidly The approach by Stacks immediately gained traction since launching its smart contracts in 2021. That resulted in a Total Value Locked increase following the introduction of native-BTC swaps and support for Non-Fungible Tokens... read More

Interview With BetFury Marketing & PR Lead Kate Fury, On How The Company...

    ONLINE gambling is a multi-billion-dollar business. Multiple countries throughout the world have access to it. As cryptocurrencies became popular, different industries started to offer tokens and other cryptos as payment methods. BetFury is one of the fastest-rising all-in-one online casinos that offers internally developed products and other well-known traditional casino games that promote fair and responsible gambling. Kate Fury, Marketing & PR Lead on BetFury, shared with us about the platform, its current development initiatives and objectives as the online gambling industry grows. Q - The online casino industry is now seeing a boom like never before. But before we delve into how much the sector has flourished, can you tell us a little about how BetFury first entered the gambling scene? Kate - Our journey began as a Dapp platform on the TRON blockchain. At that time (2019 year), this was the easiest option to attract a starting audience. In addition, our developers had experience in creating simple games on the blockchain. TRON network made it possible to get a convenient entry using a WEB 3 wallet and transactions were very cheap, so for about half a year, we worked exclusively in this direction. High-quality service, fast development and 24/7 friendly support allowed us to get the love of the TRON-audience. After some time, we realized that it was time to enter the global crypto market and our team added the ability to play on top currencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, U... read More

CoinFLEX CEO Mark Lamb Explains How flexUSD Stacks up to Other Stablecoi...

    CoinFLEX creates innovative solutions to bring investors and crypto markets together through intuitive yield products such as flexUSD, the world's first interest-earning stablecoin, and AMM+, the most-capital efficient automated market maker in the world. CoinFLEX is backed by crypto heavyweights, including Roger Ver, Mike Komaransky, Polychain Capital, and Dragonfly Capital. Mark Lamb is the CEO of CoinFLEX. He recently joined the News Podcast to talk about the market:   Mark has been running crypto exchanges for the past 9 years. He discovered bitcoin in 2012 and quickly became one of the largest crypto OTC market makers, before realizing the need for an exchange and creating Coinfloor, the first UK bitcoin exchange. In 2018, Mark created CoinFLEX, the first deliverable crypto futures exchange and launched flexUSD, the only stablecoin to pay interest. CoinFLEX facilitates billions a day in repo volumes and its yield products (flexUSD and AMM+) have half a billion in capital. To learn more about the platform follow the team on social media: Telegram | Twitter | Discord | LinkedIn | Facebook | Youtube | Reddit The News podcast features interviews with the most interesting leaders, founders and investors in the world of Cryptocurrency, Decentralized Finance (DeFi), NFTs and the Metaverse. Follow us on iTunes, Spotify and Google Play. This is a sponsored podcast. Learn how to reach our audience here. Read disclaimer below.   read More

Stacks (STX) Surges Upon News of Big Financial Support by OKCoin

    If you talk to any cryptocurrency aficionado about DeFi, Dapps, DAOs, NFTs, they are unlikely to think of Bitcoin as the first relevant blockchain, but OKCoin wants to change that. Today, the Asian exchange announced a partnership with Stacks to bring the highlights of the WEB3 revolution to the Bitcoin blockchain - and the investment to achieve this is strong. OKCoin and Stack Work Towards a More Advanced, Capable Bitcoin Ecosystem As OKCoin explained on its social networks, they decided to provide $165 Million to a group of projects aimed at developing decentralized applications on Bitcoin. The project, which they called The Bitcoin Odyssey, is supported by other venture capital firms such as Digital Currency Group, White Star Capital, GSR, among others. In an interview for CoinDesk —a crypto news outlet funded by Digital Currency Group— Alex Chizhik, head of listings at Okcoin, explained that the initiative would be jointly managed and would not be taken as an absolute hierarchical structure where all decisions are centralized: 'We don't want to create a centralized fund that allocates dictated amounts. What we want to do is essentially create a matchmaking service between the top-tier VCs and projects.' Chizhik highlighted Bitcoin's potential as the most decentralized network in the entire ecosystem, asserting that precisely for this reason, it 'should remain at the epicenter of crypto adoption.' However, it is worth noting that Bitcoin is not Touring-complete... read More

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