|All Time High:
|The price of #STACK today is $0.00257 USD.
The lowest STACK price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00257, and the current live price for one STACK coin is $0.00256576.
The all-time high STACK coin price was $0.40.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of STACK with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for StackOS crypto currency is #STACK.
StackOS is 2.8 years old.
|The current market capitalization for StackOS is $1,372,791.
StackOS is ranked #843 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is very weak today for #STACK.
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for StackOS is $92.00.
|The circulating supply of STACK is 535,043,456 coins, which is 54% of the total coin supply.
|STACK has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.
|Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #STACK, and you can view them on our STACK disambiguation page.
Metakraft Utilising StackOS for Decentralised Cloud Computing
Metakraft is a decentralized platform that allows users to create and manage their own virtual worlds. The platform is built on top of StackOS, a decentralized cloud computing platform that allows users to rent computing resources from a global network of nodes. StackOS is a cross-chain open protocol that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offers a decentralized cloud. This means that Metakraft.live can take advantage of the scalability, security, and censorship resistance of the decentralized cloud. StackOS offers a number of advantages over traditional cloud computing platforms, including: Decentralization: StackOS is a decentralized platform, which means that there is no single point of failure. This makes it more secure and resistant to censorship., Cost-effectiveness: StackOS is more cost-effective than traditional cloud computing platforms. This is because users only pay for the resources that they use. And there is no need for a DevOps engineer., Scalability: StackOS is highly scalable. This means that it can easily handle the increasing demand for computing resources., Metakraft is able to take advantage of these by utilizing StackOS for its backend infrastructure. This allows Metakraft to offer a more secure, cost-effective, and scalable platform for users to create and manage their own virtual worlds. In addition to the advantages mentioned above, StackOS also ...
Web3 Data and Compute with StackOS and CESS
StackOS hosted a Twitter Space on “Web3 Data and Compute with StackOS and CESS”. The event featured Vishnu Korde, CEO of StackOS, John Humphreys-Ramos, Marketing Manager of CESS Cloud, and Parry Sondhi, Head of Strategic Execution at StackOS. Introduction to CESS & StackOS: John provided a brief introduction, explaining that he is originally from El Salvador, one of the first countries to adopt Bitcoin. He joined CESS after the pandemic. CESS has been in stealth mode for more than five years, and it became public about a year and a half ago. They started with Polkadot and did their first collaboration with them. They plan to launch on the mainnet this year and release their token. Vishnu then introduced himself, stating that he is an engineer by background, a Harvard alumnus and has a patent in Cryogenic engines. He moved to the US 15 years ago. He has spent most of his time in the cloud space, helping build AWS in its early days when the core team was trying to get their product out. After that, he helped most of the Fortune 500 companies get on the AWS cloud. Six years ago, he started to work on StackOS, which was initially called IDAL (Integro Decentralized Application Layer). Since rebranding to StackOS, they have hit some milestones, such as serving over 120 million application pages over the network, more than 4,000 concurrent applications, and 1,700+ deployments running on StackOS. They went live on the main...
StackOS AMA Recap
Recently, StackOS held a community Twitter Spaces with CEO and Chief Architect, Vishnu Korde, Iman van der Maas, CMO, and the host, Parry Sondhi, Head of Strategic Execution. Let’s get right to the Q&A: — NodeNFTs update:. — The minting of new NodeNFTs will stop soon, and there will be a fixed supply of NodeNFTs available forever. This change is expected to add more value to the NodeNFTs, and they will be used to scale up and grow in value as more operators come on board. The decision was made based on feedback from the community about the ultimate value of the NodeNFTs. Some users were facing glitches with the NodeNFTs with the marketplace UI. Dev team is looking into the issue, and the team will provide updates as soon as the issue is resolved. — Any insights or updates regarding the progress with Polygon Supernets?. — Vishnu mentioned that the Polygon Supernets are currently in a closed beta phase. The Polygon Supernets are not yet live and are still undergoing testing, which has to be passed by product teams. Vishnu stated that we are in close communication with the Polygon team and are hopeful that once they are ready, we will also be ready. While waiting for the Polygon Supernets to launch, the team is working on audits and testing user interfaces, making sure everything is working correctly. StackOS V2 is a massive upgrade and the current audits are 50% complete. The initial launch will p...
StackOS & Polkadot Now India
We are excited to announce that StackOS, the unstoppable infrastructure protocol, is partnering with Polkadot Now India, a leading community-driven organization for Polkadot enthusiasts in India. As part of this community partnership, we hope to further strengthen our mission to equip all developers with the power of DeCloud! Polkadot Now India is a leading community-driven organization that aims to educate, promote, and build the Polkadot ecosystem in India. The organization is a platform for enthusiasts, developers, and entrepreneurs to come together, learn, and collaborate on projects related to the Polkadot ecosystem. Polkadot Now India hosts regular meetups and hackathons, where developers and entrepreneurs can come together to share ideas and build projects on the Polkadot network. Their platform also provides regular updates on projects, partnerships, and events in the Polkadot community. Users can also find information on the latest market trends, as well as a variety of educational resources that cover everything from blockchain basics to advanced programming. Through this partnership, StackOS and Polkadot Now India aim to promote the use of decentralized cloud infrastructure and encourage more developers and businesses in India to adopt these technologies. Our chief architect, Vishnu Korde will be speaking at the upcoming April event held in Bangalore where he will share his insights on the benefits of decentralized...
StackOS V2 Update!
Key takeaways - All the primary functions of StackOS V2 have passed the functional tests successfully., StackOS in mainnet is going to have its own dedicated chain., Polygon Supernet is planned for the end of Q1 and StackOS V2 is in its first batch., StackOS Chain is live in closed beta and a few customers will start onboarding., Detailed scenarios are being run on the new chain., Go-To-Market (GTM) strategy has become a priority for the Biz-Dev team., Auditors start the audit of StackOS V2, as we receive sign-off from the integration test., We are now expanding to Sri Lanka., — What are the updates on StackOS V2 that we are excited about? - Below is only a preview of StackOS V2. Almost all of the functionalities of StackOS V2 come straight from the feedback of current users of StackOS. Some of these functionalities open the door to groundbreaking use cases within the blockchain and traditional cloud space. The base layer we built over the past six years and the effort put in over the last one and a half years has positioned us to build technology that would change the world forever.You will see the “X“ factor that’s coming and say, Holy crap! StackOS is in the first batch of Polygon Supernets and Polygon’s release confirmation of zkEVM has paved the way for the Supernets launch. Whilst we await public confirmation from Polygon of exactly when Supernets will be launched, we expect it to be in Q1. We at ...
StackOS DevRel Internship
Developer Relations (Intern) - — About StackOS:. — StackOS ($STACK) is a cross-chain open protocol that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain private nets, and main-net nodes. We aim to provide the world with “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol,” which will allow any developer across the world to deploy their application without incurring heavy cloud management costs and freely run any application they wish to run. StackOS furthermore intends to help brick-and-mortar businesses around the globe, to go online cost-effectively and securely with minimal technical overhead. — Job Description:. — StackOS is looking for a Developer Relations (Intern) with a passion for Web3 & blockchain technologies. The candidate will work closely with the marketing & development team for content creation. — Responsibilities:. — Maintain relations between the community and developers., Educating the community about the product., Creating suitable product content (Videos, Blogs, Newsletters, Articles, etc)., Organizing events, talks, meetings, etc. to increase awareness of the product., Taking feedback regularly from the community., Interact and Community management., Community Development., — Job Requireme...
StackOS Hiring Alert
Content Creator (Intern) - — About StackOS. — StackOS ($STACK) is a cross-chain open protocol that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain private nets, and main-net nodes. We aim to provide the world with “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol,” which will allow any developer across the world to deploy their application without incurring heavy cloud management costs and freely run any application they wish to run. StackOS furthermore intends to help brick-and-mortar businesses around the globe, to go online cost-effectively and securely with minimal technical overhead. — Job Description:. — StackOS is looking for a Content Creator (Intern) with a passion for Web3 & blockchain technologies. The candidate will work closely with the marketing & development team for content creation. — Responsibilities:. — Creating and publishing content, Long-form writing — able to write 2–4 long-form pieces a month, Come up with creative ideas/angles/stories to add to the mix of content needed, Managing website content, Ensuring content is clearly communicated, Ensuring content is consistent across platforms, Promoting content, Optimizing content according to SEO, Managing content calendar, Analyzing w...
StackOS = Happy Tastebuds
The food and beverage industry has always been a massive market, with billions of dollars in revenue generated every single year. However, it’s also an industry that faces a number of challenges and issues, from supply chain logistics to food safety concerns. The food and beverage industry can greatly benefit from StackOS’ DeCloud (Decentralized Cloud) since all of the software that runs to track food items can move away from current centralized organization-controlled servers to a more efficient, cost-effective, and transparent decentralized cloud! Then the question always looms…Why is StackOS a better choice than the ever-so-popular AWS? One critical reason is that applications deployed on StackOS’ DeCloud can be made auditable, which can then be audited by absolutely anyone! If an organization used its own account on AWS, there is absolutely no transparency, and the organization can modify its application at its will, which the general public cannot rely on. A rogue application that is in the hands of the centralized cloud account holder can inject incorrect data into the blockchain, “claiming” that all is well, while there might be an illegal act at play. On StackOS, you can deploy applications that run primarily on a distributed cloud and the application version running on StackOS can be verified in real-time, and can only be modified as the audits go through and with a global DAO consensus. When you give a s...
StackOS is Hiring!
Event Organizer (Intern) - — About StackOS - StackOS ($STACK) is a cross-chain open protocol that allows individuals and organizations to share their computing resources and collectively offer a decentralized cloud; where developers around the world can deploy any full-stack application, decentralized app, blockchain private nets, and main-net nodes. We aim to provide the world with “The Unstoppable Infrastructure Protocol,” which will allow any developer across the world to deploy their application without incurring heavy cloud management costs and freely run any application they wish to run. StackOS furthermore intends to help brick-and-mortar businesses around the globe, to go online cost-effectively and securely with minimal technical overhead. — Job Description: - StackOS is looking for an Event Organizer (Intern) with a passion for Web3 & blockchain technologies. The candidate will work closely with the marketing & development team from the concept to completion of the event. — Responsibilities: - Support in conceptualizing, planning and executing the event., Engage with mentors and participants., Design the promotion plan for the event., Arrange the logistics i.e. venue, swags & catering etc., Coordinate with various stakeholders as and when required., Provide technical support during the event., — Job Requirements: - Passion for Web3 & blockchain technologies., Relev...
StackOS: Awareness Growth
2022 was a terrible year in the markets for most. There have been countless amounts of projects abandoned during a tumultuous past year. However, StackOS continued to build and has done incredibly well in terms of community growth from connections made in real-life, face-to-face. StackOS has seen steady growth in the community of developers which shows that the main drive has always been dev-focused. This growth cannot be achieved without real-life interactions through our presence in physical markets. Back in 2021, StackOS made connections with devs mostly online with social media being the main tool. This made it challenging without any physical presence to see steady and consistent growth. The team learned, adjusted, and adapted! Just in 2022, StackOS has attended: Web3Conf India, Binance Blockchain Week, Paris, Eth Amsterdam, Token2049, Singapore, StackOS Presentation; Boston College, MIT, & Harvard University, IGDC x Web3 Conclave, India, ETH India, Decode Web3 (StackOS event) — across 5 cities., With a big uptick in attendance at popular events, the team at StackOS got a first-hand view of how brands resonate with people in this industry. The biggest names all had one thing in common, they were always present at these events. It was clear, real-world connections became more valuable than connections made online. For example, IGDC was the place where the team connected with government agencies interested in...