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$0.456979
(-6.88%)
0.00000705 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#155)
$384,083,589
5,922 BTC
Vol 24h
$31,260,229
482.012 BTC
Circulating Supply
840,484,149.94
Max Supply
1,000,000,000
16 days agonulltx
Solana (SOL) Price, Aevo Token News: Top Crypto for June 2024 is BlockDAG
Top Crypto for June 2024: BlockDAG’s Moon Keynote Spotlights X10 Miner and 30,000x ROI Potential Amidst Aevo and Solana Price Surge Solana and Aevo are two closely watched assets for their surge potential. Amidst these developments, investors and the market alike are backing BlockDAG, a layer 1 project with a […]
30 days agocoindesk
Crypto Derivatives DEX Aevo's Token Jumps 10% as Binance Labs Discloses Investment
AEVO hit $0.9, its highest price since mid-May. Even so, it's still nearly 70% below where it started trading in March at around $3.
75 days agonulltx
BlockDAG the best crypto to invest in 2024 Against  Solana & Aevo’s 
BockDAG Graces Investors With Unprecedented 20,000x ROI Potential! Solana Set to Eclipse Ethereum? Aevo Unveiled!  In a digital age where the speed and efficiency of transactions are paramount, the blockchain landscape is witnessing a fascinating evolution. Aevo and Solana are among the frontrunners, captivating investors with their promising features and […]
97 days agocoindesk
Billion-Dollar Volumes and Then a Steep Drop Prompts Allegations of Wash Trading on Aevo
In response, Aevo says customers suddenly traded more on its decentralized exchange to try to get some of its airdrop.
127 days agocoindesk
Starknet's STRK Could Debut With Market Cap of Over $1B, Aevo's Pre-Launch Futures Suggest
Starknet is set to launch its native token STRK through an airdrop of 728 million coins on Feb. 20.
141 day agocoindesk
Solana DEX Jupiter's JUP Token to Debut With 1.35B Circulating Supply
The JUP-USD perpetual traded at 65 cents on Aevo at press time, implying a market capitalization of $700 million at the inception.
226 days agocointelegraph
Wintermute claims NEAR backed out of $11M stablecoin redemption deal
Wintermute founder and CEO Evgeny Gaevoy says the Near Foundation reneged on an offer to convert $11m million worth of its stablecoin.
273 days agocoindesk
‘You Can Do Nothing’: Crypto Trading Titans Are Yelling at Each Other on Elon Musk’s X
“I never thought that you could be THAT scared of us,” DWF’s Andrei Grachev posted on X. Wintermute’s Evgeny Gaevoy: “We are trembling in your presence.”
297 days agocryptodaily
dYdX Founder: Crypto Industry Should “Give Up” On US Markets
dYdX founder Antonio Juliano has suggested that the crypto space should “give up” on the US markets for the next five to ten years and focus on other markets. Juliano argued that crypto projects could scale faster by not serving the US markets because they would not have to deal with a hostile regulatory climate. Prioritize Markets Outside The US In a thread posted on X on the 25th of August, Juliano put forward his argument that builders in the crypto space must look to prioritizing markets and customers outside of the United States. He added that doing so will ensure the project’s growth, given that developers will face fewer regulatory hurdles and will be able to focus on user adoption and platform growth. Juliano primarily addressed startup projects rather than fully established players and emphasized that they could scale faster overseas in friendlier markets. “Crypto builders should just give up serving US customers for now and try to re-enter in 5-10 years. It’s not really worth the hassle/compromises. Most of the market is overseas anyway. Innovate there, find PMF [product market fit], then come back with more leverage. The only thing that matters for all of us is crypto finding 10x stronger product market fit.” He further added, “In the grand scheme of things, barely anyone uses or cares about crypto today. I personally don’t care about any outcome except growing crypto 100x+ long term.” Lack Of Clear Rules A Major Concern Many in the crypto space have stated that the United States needs more clarity when it comes to rules and regulations around crypto. A key example of this need for more clarity is the gray area surrounding the jurisdiction of the United States Securities Exchange (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) over the crypto space. The United States government has continued to drag its heels on crypto regulations, and the dYdX founder has suggested that the crypto space needs to grow further in order to have greater sway over US policy. Juliano argued that it makes more sense for startups and builders to focus on finding product market fits overseas before returning to the US with the added leverage of large user bases. “This does not mean crypto US policy work is not important. It absolutely is, as it takes a really long time (must be ready for the re-entry), and much of the world will follow the US’s lead. Crypto not yet having world-scale usage/product market fit means we don’t yet have much influence in policy. We need to have products with massive usage where users (voters) say, ‘wait, I need this.’” A Different Perspective The CEO of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong, responded to the post and offered a different perspective to the argument. Armstrong struck a much more optimistic note, stating that the situation would get better in due time. “I see your point - but I think it will be better in a much shorter time. Probably by next year, if I had to guess. The US always gets it right after exhausting every other option. It will heal from these wounds, no matter how hard a small group of people try to stop progress.” Antonio responded with similar optimism but highlighted in his reply that the situation is different for fully scaled businesses and startups. “I’m optimistic! And we’re helping our small part with policy, too. I just think it’s different for startups vs. scaled businesses. If you haven’t yet found a strong product market fit, the tradeoff to move faster & more freely seems worth the somewhat smaller market size.” Wintermute CEO Evgeny Gaevoy also chimed in, agreeing with Juliano’s view, stating things would get better in 2-3 years, or never if not. Lack Of Regulatory Clarity Hurting US The ambiguity regarding regulations only hurts the US markets as big crypto firms look at other markets with regulatory clarity. Coinbase has made several efforts to influence crypto policy in the US. However, the firm is also expanding its global footprint, establishing operations in Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy. Additionally, it is also considering a permanent move to the UK or Dubai. Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is also attempting to be regulated in the UK. This comes despite the UK regulator issuing a ban on the exchange. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
297 days agocryptodaily
dYdX Founder: Crypto Industry Should “Give Up” On US Markets
dYdX founder Antonio Juliano has suggested that the crypto space should “give up” on the US markets for the next five to ten years and focus on other markets. Juliano argued that crypto projects could scale faster by not serving the US markets because they would not have to deal with a hostile regulatory climate. Prioritize Markets Outside The US In a thread posted on X on the 25th of August, Juliano put forward his argument that builders in the crypto space must look to prioritizing markets and customers outside of the United States. He added that doing so will ensure the project’s growth, given that developers will face fewer regulatory hurdles and will be able to focus on user adoption and platform growth. Juliano primarily addressed startup projects rather than fully established players and emphasized that they could scale faster overseas in friendlier markets. “Crypto builders should just give up serving US customers for now and try to re-enter in 5-10 years. It’s not really worth the hassle/compromises. Most of the market is overseas anyway. Innovate there, find PMF [product market fit], then come back with more leverage. The only thing that matters for all of us is crypto finding 10x stronger product market fit.” He further added, “In the grand scheme of things, barely anyone uses or cares about crypto today. I personally don’t care about any outcome except growing crypto 100x+ long term.” Lack Of Clear Rules A Major Concern Many in the crypto space have stated that the United States needs more clarity when it comes to rules and regulations around crypto. A key example of this need for more clarity is the gray area surrounding the jurisdiction of the United States Securities Exchange (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) over the crypto space. The United States government has continued to drag its heels on crypto regulations, and the dYdX founder has suggested that the crypto space needs to grow further in order to have greater sway over US policy. Juliano argued that it makes more sense for startups and builders to focus on finding product market fits overseas before returning to the US with the added leverage of large user bases. “This does not mean crypto US policy work is not important. It absolutely is, as it takes a really long time (must be ready for the re-entry), and much of the world will follow the US’s lead. Crypto not yet having world-scale usage/product market fit means we don’t yet have much influence in policy. We need to have products with massive usage where users (voters) say, ‘wait, I need this.’” A Different Perspective The CEO of Coinbase, Brian Armstrong, responded to the post and offered a different perspective to the argument. Armstrong struck a much more optimistic note, stating that the situation would get better in due time. “I see your point - but I think it will be better in a much shorter time. Probably by next year, if I had to guess. The US always gets it right after exhausting every other option. It will heal from these wounds, no matter how hard a small group of people try to stop progress.” Antonio responded with similar optimism but highlighted in his reply that the situation is different for fully scaled businesses and startups. “I’m optimistic! And we’re helping our small part with policy, too. I just think it’s different for startups vs. scaled businesses. If you haven’t yet found a strong product market fit, the tradeoff to move faster & more freely seems worth the somewhat smaller market size.” Wintermute CEO Evgeny Gaevoy also chimed in, agreeing with Juliano’s view, stating things would get better in 2-3 years, or never if not. Lack Of Regulatory Clarity Hurting US The ambiguity regarding regulations only hurts the US markets as big crypto firms look at other markets with regulatory clarity. Coinbase has made several efforts to influence crypto policy in the US. However, the firm is also expanding its global footprint, establishing operations in Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy. Additionally, it is also considering a permanent move to the UK or Dubai. Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, is also attempting to be regulated in the UK. This comes despite the UK regulator issuing a ban on the exchange. Disclaimer: This article is provided for informational purposes only. It is not offered or intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, financial, or other advice.
315 days agocoindesk
SEI Token Could Reach Nearly Half a Billion Market Cap on Binance Debut
Decentralized exchange Aevo rolled out a new product on Wednesday that allows traders to express bullish/bearish view on tokens awaiting an exchange listing.
402 days agocoindesk
Ribbon Finance's Decentralized Exchange Aevo Unveils Altcoin Options Trading
Users will be able to trade options tied to coins like LDO, PEPE, SUI, ARB, LTC, APT, and others, which was previously possible only through an over-the-counter desk. .

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The live price of Aevo (AEVO) today is 0.456979 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Aevo at 840,484,149.94 AEVO, its market capitalization stands at 384,083,589 USD. In the last 24 hours AEVO price has moved -0.025794 USD or -0.05% while 30,374,504 USD worth of AEVO has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of AEVO puts it at #155 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Aevo Price0.456979 USD
Market Rank#155
Market Cap384,083,589 USD
24h Volume31,260,229 USD
Circulating Supply840,484,149.94 AEVO
Max Supply1,000,000,000 AEVO
Yesterday's Market Cap382,643,744 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.48106 USD / 0.455266 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.502875 USD / 0.453904 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.05% ( 0.025794 USD )
Yesterday's Volume30,374,504 USD
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