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Frax Share(FXS)

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$5.9809
(1.25%)
0.00025368 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#255)
$96,946,991
4,112 BTC
Vol 24h
$4,538,917
192.515 BTC
Circulating Supply
16,209,404.70
Max Supply
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54 days agocryptodaily
Hackers Steal $100M In Harmony Horizon Bridge Exploit
Harmony’s cross-chain protocol, the Horizon Bridge, has been hacked, leading to a loss of funds of around $100 million. Stolen Altcoins Swapped For ETH Earlier today, the Horizon Bridge, which facilitates token transfers between Harmony and the Ethereum network, Binance Chain and Bitcoin, was targeted by hackers. They conducted a series of eleven transactions that siphoned off various altcoins. The tokens were then sent to a different wallet, from which they were swapped for Ether (ETH) on the Uniswap decentralized exchange (DEX). Around $100 million worth of funds were stolen through altcoins like Frax (FRAX), Wrapped Ether (wETH), Aave (AAVE), SushiSwap (SUSHI), Frax Share (FXS), AAG (AAG), Binance USD (BUSD), Dai (DAI), Tether (USDT), Wrapped BTC (wBTC), and USD Coin (USDC). The news broke when the Harmony team tweeted about it this morning, “The Harmony team has identified a theft occurring this morning on the Horizon bridge amounting to approx. $100MM. We have begun working with national authorities and forensic specialists to identify the culprit and retrieve the stolen funds.” Team Discloses Initial Info According to the statements from the Harmoney team, the hack will not affect the trustless BTC bridge and the funds and assets stored in the decentralized vaults. The team has also identified the wallet, which was responsible for swapping the stolen tokens for ETH, and has disclosed the address on Twitter. They also announced that necessary actions have been taken to prevent further transactions by notifying exchanges and pausing the Horizon bridge. Finally, the team also announced that it is closely working with national authorities and forensic specialists to identify the culprits behind the hack and will soon disclose a post-mortem report. Multisig Concerns Valid The community had previously raised concerns about the stability of the bridge’s multisig wallet on Ethereum. Reportedly only two of the four multisigs secured the bridge, indicating that two signees were enough to move funds away. An industry expert had even pointed this out on Twitter back in April, saying that the low number of required signers leaves the bridge vulnerable to a significant hack. The fact that the bridge was actually exploited only vindicates these concerns that were raised months ago. Multisigs have been posing serious security threats. For example, Axie Infinity’s Ronin Bridge was hacked when hackers took control of the required five out of the nine validators and stole over $600 million in assets. Another cross-chain protocol, Wormhole, was also attacked when the hackers exploited a vulnerability in the bridge. 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.
105 days agocointelegraph
Markets are weak, but ALGO, FXS and HNT book a 20%+ rally — Here’s why
Algorand, Frax Share and Helium staged brief double-digit rallies in an otherwise stagnant market, thanks to a major partnership and new project developments.
121 day agocryptosrus
Three Resilient Altcoins For The Week Of April 18th
Bitcoin and the crypto markets are breaking down today, giving these three resilient altcoins the stage to showcase their strength. Covered: Monero (XMR) Frax Share (FXS) Binance Coin (BNB) RECOMMENDED: MONERO PUMPS AS INVESTORS TURN LEARY OF CBDC OVERREACH Monero (XMR) As the geopolitical landscape faces greater uncertainty, Monero (XMR) has proven itself as a […] The post Three Resilient Altcoins For The Week Of April 18th appeared first on CryptosRus.
126 days agocryptodaily
What Are Stablecoins & What Makes Them ‘Stable’?
Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others can be excellent investments for those looking for a big return, but their incredible volatility can also be a drawback at times. Because the value of Bitcoin and other cryptos fluctuates so wildly, often gaining or losing thousands of dollars in the space of a few hours, it can cause big headaches for investors at the wrong end of a price movement. So much so that they need a way to exit their position quickly, rather than risk maintaining it overnight when anything could happen. Previously the best thing investors could do was cash out overnight. But transferring crypto to fiat is a time-consuming process that often incurs not insignificant fees. Hence, the world’s first stablecoins were born. Stablecoins are the crypto-equivalent to fiat currencies like the U.S. dollar, Euro, or Japanese yen. They can be trusted to hold their value over time and also provide a way to easily transfer that value. For example, Bitcoin investors can quickly convert their holdings to a USD stablecoin, then invest that amount elsewhere when they feel the time is right. It can be transferred to a different exchange or wallet with ease, much faster than Bitcoin transactions occur. It can also be withdrawn more easily or spent at certain vendors. Stablecoins were a big boon for crypto traders when they first emerged in the middle of the 2010s. It provides a way for them to instantly cash out and sleep peacefully without needing to stress over how their position might be affected in the morning. They also give investors a way to hold part of their portfolio in cash, so they’re ready to buy whatever asset they need at a moment’s notice. The vast majority of stablecoins peg their value to the U.S. dollar, though there are many that peg themselves to alternative fiat currencies such as the Euro, the GBP, the IMF’s SDR, assets such as gold, and even to other cryptocurrencies, such as the unique Wrapped Bitcoin crypto. That said, there are a number of stablecoins that appear to stand out from the crowd, proving extremely popular with investors. We’ve highlighted a few of them below. Acala (aUSD) aUSD is the stablecoin of Acala, which is an emerging DeFi hub project on the Polkadot blockchain. It is designed to allow users to transfer value that’s pegged 1:1 with the USD across any parachain within Polkadot’s ecosystem. The stablecoin is based on the Honzon protocol, which is similar to other protocols in that it requires collateralization before new tokens can be minted. However, aUSD is notable for being a multi-collateralized token that can be backed by Polkadot’s native DOT token, BTC, ETH, KSM and various other ERC-20 tokens. To mint new aUSD, users must take out a loan from Acala using one or more of those cryptocurrencies as collateral, and they’ll be required to pay interest on the loan. However, unlike other protocols, Honzon uses various mechanisms that ensure stability and manage the risks that arise from the fluctuating value of the underlying assets. The advantage aUSD has over other stablecoins is it has full access to Polkadot’s ecosystem of parachains, allowing it to transfer value across them in seconds. It can therefore perform many functions easily. For instance, aUSD allows users to earn interest by lending aUSD via several different DeFi protocols within the Polkadot ecosystem. Users can also trade aUSD through various decentralized exchanges, benefiting from higher liquidity thanks to its cross-chain nature. Finally, aUSD is secured by the shared security model of Polkadot TerraUSD (UST) The primary stablecoin of the Terra blockchain, TerraUSD is not backed by any on-chain asset, but rather maintains its 1:1 peg with the USD by using an algorithm that manages its money supply. So, when 1 UST falls lower than 1 USD, the system mints and auctions mining power to buy back and burn UST to reduce the overall supply and increase its value. On the other hand, it can also expand its supply when 1 UST overtakes 1 USD, buying back mining power with UST until the target peg is reached. TerraUSD is trustworthy as its source code has been successfully audited by third-party security firms. The protocol can also support other stablecoins, so if the community decides to do so it can create TerraEUR, TerraJPY and others. Furthermore, atomic swaps are also supported, meaning those stablecoins can be exchanged at their market exchange rate. That makes Terra stablecoins highly scalable and liquid. TerraUSD’s anchor protocol allows stablecoin holders to borrow and save, while other users can take out loans in exchange for other cryptocurrencies. It also boasts a mirror protocol for users to issue and swap synthetic assets for real-world assets, without any physical backing. Terra is working to add cross-chain functionality to TerraUSD so it can work with other blockchains like Ethereum and Binance Chain. Magic Internet Money (MIM) The Abracadabra.money protocol enables users to collateralize digital tokens, including interest-bearing tokens, and mint MIM, a stablecoin that runs on multiple blockchains, including Avalanche, Arbitrum Binance Chain, Ethereum and Fantom. MIM’s goal is to give users a way to farm yield more efficiently. It relies on a special protocol that allows users to provide collateral using interest-bearing coins, known as ibTKNS. Users can obtain ibTKNS by staking regular tokens to yield farms such as Sushi and Yearn. For doing so, they receive illiquid ibTKNs (like yvUSDC) that are essentially receipts of their deposits. These must be returned back to the yield farm to claim back the original deposit plus interest. MIM uses ibTKNS because they accumulate interest over time, thus increasing their value slowly but surely as users pay back the interest on the MIM loans they take out. This is different from other stablecoins, which are minted via deposits of liquid assets. Some examples of ibTKNS include yvYFI, yvUSDC, yvUSDT, xSUSHI and yvWETH, which can be collateralized and then injected into the system in return for newly minted MIM. MIM can then be linked to all of the above blockchains and traded. In this way, MIM enables DeFi users to transform stranded capital back into liquid assets that can be traded or used in other ways. Previously, interest-bearing tokens had no use cases. Tether (USDT) Tether is the best-known stablecoin in the crypto world but despite this, it has fewer use cases and is somewhat less trustworthy than the proven protocols we’ve covered so far. Tether was created by Tether Holdings Ltd., a Hong Kong-based company. It runs on the Omni protocol, a second layer on Bitcoin’s blockchain, and on other chains such as Ethereum and EOS. Tether Holdings claims that each USDT token issued is backed by fiat deposits in its traditional bank accounts, thereby maintaining its 1:1 peg with the USD. Tether allows its assets to be evaluated once a quarter (four times a year) by an independent auditing firm. It also publishes daily reports on its bank balances, though these are unaudited. Despite these measures, Tether was previously fined for lying to its customers that it had sufficient fiat holdings to back all USDT it had issued. Tether’s popularity stems from the fact it had first mover advantage as the first stablecoin in existence. It has also built up a strong ecosystem simply from being the first and is traded on all major cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. There is one concern regarding Tether that may dissuade some users. USDT is somewhat unique in its ability to be able to blacklist wallet addresses if it believes they are involved in fraudulent activities. While some users may appreciate Tether’s attempt to combat fraudsters and money launderers, they may be less than happy if their own USDT wallet becomes blocked for unsubstantiated reasons. Tether hasn’t publicly explained what kind of activity might lead to a wallet getting blocked, but the very fact it can block specific users goes against the ethos of decentralization that many crypto users favor. USD Coin (USDC) Similar to Tether, USD Coin is fully backed by cash and equivalents and short-duration U.S. Treasuries, according to its parent companies Circle and Coinbase. USDC, like Tether, is available on multiple blockchains including Ethereum, Solana, Stellar, TRON and Algorand. USDC is also audited on a monthly basis, more consistently than USDT. Moreover, its code is completely open-source and available to all. Notably, USDC’s backing from two of the biggest crypto/payments companies in the U.S. gives it a lot of credibility, and use cases and has, in turn, helped to accelerate adoption. For instance, USDC is already available on more than 50 crypto exchanges, including most of the biggest ones. That being said, some users may be concerned that, like Tether, USD Coin also reserves the ability to blacklist wallets that it deems to be involved in fraud or money laundering. Frax (FRAX) Frax proudly proclaims itself to be the world’s first fractional-algorithmic stablecoin, which means it uses characteristics from both the collateralized and algorithmic stablecoin models. Whereas collateralized stablecoins simply maintain deposits equal to the amount of tokens minted, algorithmic stablecoins use mathematical algorithms to maintain their peg. Typically, this is done through automated monetary policies that are used to manage coin supply, in order to alter the value of the token to match its pegged asset. Frax’s unique fractional-algorithmic model is built on two assets - the FRAX stablecoin, which is pegged to the USD at a 1:1 ratio, and Frax Shares (FXS), a governance and utility token. While FXS is used for governance, voting, and staking, its main purpose is to enable minting of FRAX stablecoins. The minting and redeeming mechanisms are the keys to FRAX maintaining its stable USD peg. Any user who supplies FXS tokens can mint FRAX, receiving a number of tokens according to whatever the Frax collateral ratio is at that time. So, if the ratio is at 50%, they can mint 1 FRAX by supplying $0.50 worth of FXS tokens. The mechanism applies the same in reverse if a user wants to redeem their FRAX for USDC or the FXS they initially supplied. What’s key is that when new FRAX are minted, the FXS tokens are burned proportionally to the uncollateralized amount. So, by minting FRAX, the circulating supply of FXS is reduced. However, there is a constant flow of FXS being minted by numerous liquidity providers in the Frax ecosystem, so the supply is actually growing continuously to exert downward price pressure. This explains why the Frax collateral ratio is constantly adjusted. Though the theory is that as adoption increases, more FRAX tokens will be minted, meaning that more FXS will be burned and removed from circulation. So if the circulating supply of FRAX increases as expected, the balanced supply and demand should create a more resilient tokenomics model that ensures price stability for FRAX.
135 days agocryptosrus
Keep An Eye On These Three Altcoins From The Top 100
Let’s take a look at the past week’s top performers and see which three altcoins are showing the greatest strength. Covered: Zilliqa (ZIL) Frax Share (FXS) STEPN (GMT) RECOMMENDED: THIS IS WHERE JP MORGAN THINKS THE METAVERSE IS GOING Zilliqa (ZIL) The first token making it on this week’s list of the top three altcoins […] The post Keep An Eye On These Three Altcoins From The Top 100 appeared first on CryptosRus.
135 days agocoindesk
Frax Finance’s FXS Jumps as Terra Introduces Stablecoin Pool ‘4pool’
Liquidity from four major protocols would be used to make Curve’s 4pool attractive for users.
180 days agocryptosrus
What Is Frax, And Why Is It Airdropping A Stablecoin?
With the news of the upcoming Frax Finance airdrop of a CPI-linked stablecoin, let’s take a look at what exactly Frax Finance and its stablecoin are all about.  Covered: Frax Airdrop What Is Frax? How Frax Works FXS Governance Token Future Of Frax Protocol Frax Airdrop Frax Finance announced that it is airdropping their CPI-linked […] The post What Is Frax, And Why Is It Airdropping A Stablecoin? appeared first on CryptosRus.
204 days agocointelegraph
Here’s 5 altcoins to study as crypto prices drop close to a 1-year low
Crypto prices continue to take a beating, but value-focused investors might consider taking a closer look at MATIC, FTM, DOT, FXS and CRV.
215 days agocointelegraph
Here is how one algorithmic indicator anticipated multiple phases of FXS’ protracted rally
Altcoins can rally for an infinite number of reasons, but some price spikes are more historically similar than others.
230 days agocointelegraph
Frax Share, Swipe and Gnosis lead the altcoin market as Bitcoin recovers to $47.5k
Data from Cointelegraph Markets Pro shows FXS, SXP and GNO posting double-digit gains as BTC bulls look to recover support at $47,500.
279 days agocryptodaily
Wirex celebrates the achievements of women with this years "Rising Women in Crypto Power List"
A key part of Wirex’s 2021 Women in Crypto campaign, has been the Rising Women in Crypto Power List, designed to celebrate the achievements of women in the crypto industry, and dismantle the male-dominated stereotype associated with the industry. Wirex has held a number of events to showcase the women who are innovating within the crypto sector, including the recent Women in Crypto live event, in partnership with UKTN, which saw a line-up of women discussing the future of the crypto industry. The Rising Women in Crypto Power list 2021 marks the second year that Wirex has come together with UKTN to celebrate ​​the top ten most inspirational women in the crypto industry. The finalists who made this years crypto power list include founders of crypto companies, crypto news editors, and content creators: In no particular order, this is the Wirex and UKTN’s 2021 ‘Rising Women in Crypto Power List’: Lavinia Osbourne, Founder, Women in Blockchain Talks Ekta Mourya, Crypto News Editor, FXStreet SLU Genevieve Leveille, CEO and Founder, AgriLedger Galia Benartzi, Co-Founder, Bancor Network Olayinka Odeniran, Founder and Chairwoman, Black Women Blockchain Council Erica Stanford, Founder & CEO, Crypto Curry Club Diane Dai, CMO and Co-Founder, DODO Alakanani Itireleng, Founder and CEO, Satoshi Centre Lea Thompson, Content Creator, Girl Gone Crypto Caterina Ferrara, Founder, Blockchain Ladies Amy Barker, Wirex Head of People and Power List judge commented on this years list, remarking upon the incredible women in the sector who were nominated this year: “The calibre of nominees this year was truly outstanding, and it was extremely difficult to narrow down the list to just ten women. At Wirex, we’ve built our culture around empowering everyone to get involved and recognising everyone’s successes, which is why we’re proud that our Women in Crypto campaign has attracted the attention of so many people wanting to highlight the amazing achievements of their friends and colleagues.” The power list for women in crypto recognises the achievements of these women who currently work in crypto, but also seeks to encourage more women to work in this field and rise up in this industry. 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.
281 day agonulltx
Frax Share Price Up 22%, Over 84% Of the Circulating Supply Gets Locked Up
Frax Share price is up 22.1% today, making it the biggest gainer on Crypto.com. With a market cap of over $353M and rising, let’s take a closer look at Frax and see why the FXS price is up over 59% this week. What Is Frax Share? Frax is a protocol for the first fractional-algorithmic stablecoin. […] The post Frax Share Price Up 22%, Over 84% Of the Circulating Supply Gets Locked Up appeared first on NullTX.

About Frax Share

The live price of Frax Share (FXS) today is 5.9809 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Frax Share at 16,209,404.70 FXS, its market capitalization stands at 96,946,991 USD. In the last 24 hours FXS price has moved -0.057 USD or -0.01% while 4,034,877 USD worth of FXS has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of FXS puts it at #255 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Frax Share Price5.9809 USD
Market Rank#255
Market Cap96,946,991 USD
24h Volume4,538,917 USD
Circulating Supply16,209,404.70 FXS
Max SupplyNo Data
Yesterday's Market Cap98,057,880 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close6.1064 USD / 6.0494 USD
Yesterday's High / Low6.1159 USD / 5.8424 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.01% ( 0.057 USD )
Yesterday's Volume4,034,876.80 USD
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