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Flux Token  


FLX Price:
$93.7 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$1.0 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The last known price of #FLX is $0.10 USD.

Please note that the price of #FLX was last updated over 40 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #FLX statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest FLX price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.103, and the exact last price of FLX was $0.10303.

The all-time high FLX coin price was $1.42.

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


The code for Flux Token crypto currency is #FLX.

Flux Token is 2.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for Flux Token is $1,030,316.

Flux Token is ranking downwards to #2679 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a modest volume of trading today on #FLX.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Flux Token is $93,738.


The circulating supply of FLX is 10,000,000 coins, which is 1% of the total coin supply.

Note the limited supply of Flux Token coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


FLX has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 2 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.


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



The 5 Best Flux Moments of 2022

Flux has had a memorable 2022, with several key moments and achievements that have propelled our community forward. From the launch of our First Party Oracle (FPO) to the expansion to multiple networks, Flux has made significant strides in the industry. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the five best moments of Flux in 2022. — 1. Launch of Flux’s First Party Oracle (FPO) - Flux made a major move in the industry with the launch of its First Party Oracle (FPO) earlier this year. The FPO was a unique offering that allowed Flux to capture new markets with Aurora and differentiate itself from other oracle solutions. The FPO was a major success, securing over $3.5 billion in total value at its peak and helping Flux establish itself as a leader in the industry. — 2. Expansion to Multiple Networks - Flux made the decision to expand its reach by joining multiple networks in 2022, including NEAR, Aurora, and Evmos. This allowed Flux to offer its services to a wider audience and reach a diverse set of users. Flux’s expansion to multiple networks was a key moment in the oracle network’s growth, as it helped us broaden our customer base and increase our visibility in the industry. — 3. New Partnerships with Established Protocols and Data Providers - Flux made a series of partnerships with established protocols and data providers in 2022. These partnerships allowed Flux to tap into new sources of data...

Introducing the Flux Endgame Protocol

Peter’s Brain NFT Art Collection Learn more about how Flux aims to change the game for decentralized oracles By Mario Cao, Head of Research at Flux Protocol Blockchain oracles connect smart contracts to external data, allowing them to perform executions depending on real-world inputs and outputs. Despite the numerous iterations and protocols attempting to build that bridge between the on-chain and off-chain worlds, none of these solutions have been able to find the perfect tradeoff between data security, economic guarantees, and scalability.“Imagine the ideal protocol. It would have the most trustworthy third party imaginable — a deity who is on everybody’s side. All the parties would send their inputs to God. God would reliably determine the results and return the outputs.” — “The God Protocols” by Nick Szabo Szabo’s utopian “The God Protocols” article could be interpreted as the idea that the perfect oracle might not actually be possible. It makes sense if one thinks about the non-deterministic nature of data combined with the spurious interests of the involved parties within a decentralized distributed system. However, at Flux Protocol, we are convinced that we are moving one step forward in the race for building a next-gen decentralized oracle with the Flux Endgame Protocol. In this article, we will deep dive into the foundations of building this protocol. We will also cover the design decis...

FLX Token Distribution Amendment

DISCLAIMER — NO INVESTMENT ADVICE The Content is for informational purposes only, you should not construe any such information or other material as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice. Nothing contained in this document constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer by Open Oracle Association or any third party service provider to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments in this or in in any other jurisdiction in which such solicitation or offer would be unlawful under the securities laws of such jurisdiction. Since the launch of Flux in December 2021, our team and contributors have aligned on one shared vision — to become the unilateral data layer for web3. Flux is currently live with price feeds on NEAR, Aurora, and Evmos and was inundated with growth, with total value secured soaring from $0 to over $3.58 Billion at its peak in just eight weeks. As part of this growth and long-term vision, our team and the Open Oracle Association’s 61 unique contributors have unveiled a long-term-oriented token-distribution amendment plan. This token distribution amendment shows the community our vision for sustainable growth for blockchains’ foundational layer of data. With Flux Version Two, we are creating the backbone for Protocols, Dapps, and Layer ones and twos, to access secure, economically guaranteed data in a fully permissionless way. This vision is why our team an...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Scalable and Interoperable Chain Evmos

Flux Protocol is excited to announce it has completed its integration with Evmos, an interoperable, scalable, and EVM-compatible chain that enables other protocols using EVM contracts to deploy onto the Cosmos ecosystem. EVM, or the Ethereum Virtual Machine, is a standardized methodology of processing transactions to maintain state across nodes supporting the Ethereum network. In layman’s terms, it’s software that ensures all parts of the network are working properly, a gateway for Ethereum protocols & users to access the Cosmos ecosystem. Why is Flux’s integration with Evmos significant? To start, any protocols that wish to access the Cosmos & Evmos ecosystems while maintaining a connection to Ethereum data can do so with Flux’s First Party Oracle (FPO) solution. Data providers like Kaiko and Amberdata have deployed our FPO and are now looking to support whichever feeds protocols need on Evmos. So why should Ethereum protocols move over to Evmos? Evmos enables developers to go beyond the functionality of Ethereum to create new types of interchain applications without sacrificing precious gas money due to network congestion. To jumpstart lending on Evmos, Coslend, a Compound fork, is ready for action to bring Cosmos & Ethereum lenders & borrowers together under the Evmos roof. Ethereum users can now expect the comfort and security of the protocol they love in a blossoming new ecosystem. “Just to ins...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Data Assets Data Provider Kaiko

Flux Protocol is excited to announce it has partnered with Kaiko, a leading digital assets market data provider whose data feeds power major international financial institutions and enterprises, including Bloomberg, Ledger and Bank of Canada. The Flux team has brought on Kaiko the oracle as a data provider, meaning Kaiko will now provide crypto data and access to endpoints to NEAR, Aurora, and other chains. Kaiko aims to provide institutional investors and enterprises in the crypto industry with accurate, transparent and actionable financial data that can be used for different market activities. For each of its clients, Kaiko builds custom data plans designed for a variety of use cases. For the Flux oracle specifically, Kaiko now has a Flux designated node which is querying its API, automatically receiving the data and publishing it on-chain. The node currently supports ten price pairs with plans to add more soon. How exactly does Kaiko provide data in a verified, trustless way? Kaiko gets its data from many different sources. For price data specifically, the data provider retrieves data from over 100 centralized exchanges and from blockchains when it comes to decentralized exchanges. Kaiko provides high-quality, compliant market data covering 10+ years of historical data and 55+ Billion tick-level data points. What does this integration mean for Flux community members and developers using the Flux oracle? Flux continues...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Options Trading Protocol Buffer Finance

What if there was an easier way to manage your trading options and equity without having to go through a centralized intermediary? Flux Protocol has officially integrated with gamified options trading protocol Buffer Finance, a platform that could allow you to do just that. Buffer is a non-custodial on-chain peer-to-peer options trading protocol that operates like an Automated Market Maker. This means traders can use Buffer to create, buy and settle options against a liquidity pool without a middleman. There are typically two parties involved in the trading. Option buyers can buy options for any given asset (Buffer currently supports 18) in auctions with customizable strike prices and expiries. Liquidity providers provide liquidity in a common liquidity pool. In other words, Buffer buys options for buyers and enables them to directly monetize their assets without having to go through a third party. How will Buffer leverage Flux’s oracle network? The platform requires data on the current price of each asset it supports. Currently, Buffer uses a “Black Scholes model”– when Buffer sells an option, it needs to price it and the user has to buy it. The pricing for the asset has been embedded within the contract itself based on the current price, strike price, and implied volatility selected. Flux Protocol is providing Buffer with current prices for its supported assets.“Buffer utilizes Flux for high-quality price data ...

Flux Foreteller — Season One Rewards

Flux Foreteller — Season One Rewards We are proud to announce rewards for season one of the Flux Foretellers! During season one, a diverse range of community participants engaged with video creation, translation of content, memes, community moderation, graphics, and social media engagement. Over the program, participants were required to submit completed tasks on a weekly basis. A point system was created to signal the level of quality and participation. This point system was used as a basis to create three reward tiers. Reward tiers were based onQuality of workRegular ParticipationImpact on the growth of the communityEngagement around content There were 343 qualifying participants that were considered for rewards: Diamond Tier 💎 🙌 — 100k FLX3% of participants — a total of 10 participants qualified for this tier. Gold Tier 🏆 🙌 — 100k FLX32% of participants — a total of 107 participants qualified for this tier. Silver Tier 🪙 🙌 — 100k FLX65% of participants — a total of 226 participants qualified for this tier. To claim the reward, users must have an Ethereum Address, and access to MetaMask. To save users gas, the reward contracts were deployed on the Aurora Network. You must connect to the reward website with the Ethereum Address Submitted at the end of the program. If you need ETH on the Aurora Network you can claim 0.0005 ETH from the faucet here. Step O...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Open-Source Protocol Syscoin

What if there was a way to combine the robust security of Bitcoin with the versatile programmability of Ethereum to create a hybrid protocol that enables developers to better deploy smart contracts? Flux Protocol is excited to announce it has officially integrated with decentralized, open-source protocol Syscoin, which is doing exactly this. Through the Flux Protocol and Syscoin integration, the Syscoin team will leverage Flux’s oracle network to continue developing its NEVM infrastructure with a focus on price feeds. NEVM, or the Network-Enhanced Virtual Machine (NEVM), is a system bringing EVM, scalable smart contracts, and interoperability to the Syscoin ecosystem. Some advantages of this system include:Further scalability of smart contractsA decentralized cost model with a more efficient market for gas feesThe creation of a platform with numerous valuable features including easy value transfer, store-of-value, and generalized computing“We at Syscoin are fully dedicated to our embarkment into decentralized finance, and no DeFi ecosystem is complete without its own oracle solution. That is why we are proud to introduce the Flux protocol to Syscoin’s NEVM, which will ensure our users always have the most accurate data at their disposal,” said Michiel, co-founder of Syscoin. “The Flux team has set the bar for professionalism considering that they have always been responsive and a pleasure to work with. Flux Prot...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Lending Protocol Bastion

Flux Protocol is thrilled to announce its partnership with Bastion, an autonomous lending protocol built on the Aurora network. Through the integration, Flux will provide Bastion with oracle price feeds, making it possible for community members to use Bastion to lend and borrow tokens on the Aurora network using the Flux oracle. The initial price feeds being launched will include ETH, NEAR, WBTC, AR, DAI, USDC, and USDT. Lending protocols allow lenders to deposit their crypto assets into a pool and receive a different token in exchange. Essentially, users can utilize their existing assets to borrow or lend tokens to make a profit or to simply invest. Lending protocols also provide leverage for traders that have high confidence in certain assets and want to participate in lending them. In other words, instead of selling assets, lending protocols give traders an additional option of borrowing against them, in most cases without triggering taxable events.“As early builders in the NEAR ecosystem, it’s thrilling to see the first lending market go live on Aurora. With Bastion, users from NEAR and Aurora will have the ability to borrow against a range of assets, which opens up a range of new ways for users to earn yield across the ecosystem,” said Peter Mitchell, co-founder of Flux. Users receive interest on a per-block basis on tokens they lend and have to pay interest on tokens they borrow. This means that by lending dig...

Flux Protocol Integrates with Data Analytics Firm Amberdata

Flux Protocol is excited to announce its partnership with Amberdata, an industry-leading data provider whose data feeds secure some of DeFi’s largest protocols. The Flux team has onboarded Amberdata to the oracle as a data provider, meaning Amberdata will now provide data to NEAR, Aurora, and other chains. In addition, Flux has awarded Amberdata a grant in FLX tokens to align the team as a long-term partner in the Flux ecosystem. The Amberdata team provides financial institutions with comprehensive digital asset data through the Amberdata API:Metrics and signalsMarket data– tracking cryptocurrency market changes with real-time, day-to-day, and historical price dataBlockchain network and DeFi data– verifying trade, token activity, and account balance data Amberdata provides oracles like Flux with high-quality, real-time price-pair data. In other words, Amberdata provides data on the prices of different assets in the crypto space, assets across both centralized and decentralized exchanges. Amberdata currently supports twelve blockchains, making them a perfect data partner for Flux’s cross-chain future. What does this integration mean for Flux community members and developers using the Flux oracle? Flux now has access to some of the highest quality price data available today, which means any projects integrating with the Flux Protocol now have access to tailored data for their use-cases. “We are thrilled to have Amb...

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