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$0.52688
(-13.34%)
0.00000815 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#274)
$189,504,963
2,932 BTC
Vol 24h
$22,695,992
351.115 BTC
Circulating Supply
359,673,634
Max Supply
500,000,000
96 days agocoindesk
BTC Blasts Past $47K as Bitcoin ETF Excitement Gets Feverish
Bitcoin could rally 10%-15% more in case the SEC approves spot bitcoin ETFs, LMAX strategist Joel Kruger noted.
117 days agocryptopotato
Avalanche Network Gas Fees Surge Linked to Trader Joe Founder’s Social Experiment
BEEG's adoption skyrockets as 37% is minted within 2 hours and 15 minutes, attracting 4,300 holders.
142 days agocointelegraph
Hashing It Out: A conversation about spot Bitcoin ETFs and decentralized ETFs
Joel Kuck, CEO of Decentralized ETF, believes that “the big money will come when the institutions come” after the approval of spot Bitcoin ETFs in the United States.
157 days agocointelegraph
NFT sales jump to $129M, OpenSea layoffs and Elon Musk slams NFTs: Nifty Newsletter
Elon Musk slams NFTs on the Joe Rogan podcast only to unintentionally make the case for Bitcoin Ordinals.
166 days agozycrypto
Biden’s Executive Order Could Shake Up XRP, Bitcoin, Ether Prices
The crypto world is abuzz as U.S. President Joe Biden's administration issues a game-changing executive order that could have far-reaching implications for the cryptocurrency market.
184 days agocointelegraph
Trader Joe’s grocery store files trademark lawsuit against Trader Joe DEX
Among the claims included allegations of federal trademark infringement and dilution, with Trader Joe allegedly capitalizing on the store's "name, goodwill, and brand recognition".
186 days agozycrypto
Sam Altman Slams the US Government for Attacking Cryptocurrencies
Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI and founder of Worldcoin, has delivered a powerful critique of the U.S. government’s stance on cryptocurrencies, particularly Bitcoin. In an October 6 interview on “The Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, Altman expressed his excitement about Bitcoin, describing it as a “super logical” step on the technological evolution tree. He emphasized that […]
187 days agocoindesk
JOE Sinks as Retailer Trader Joe’s Sues Namesake DEX
Grocery chain Trader Joe’s alleged the Trader Joe exchange chose a similar name to benefit from the former’s popularity.
188 days agocointelegraph
Bitcoin is a ‘super logical’ step on the tech tree: OpenAI CEO
During an episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Altman expressed his excitement for Bitcoin and also said he was “super against” CBDCs.
195 days agocoindesk
Sam Bankman-Fried Goes on Trial Tomorrow
It is officially trial week, everyone – or as Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal would likely put it, “this is why we get up in the morning.” It’s been exactly nine months and 20 days since Sam Bankman-Fried got arrested in his then-home in the Bahamas. Today marks the last day before he is set to start trial in which he will win back his freedom – or be locked up for what a federal judge says a “very long” time.
201 day agocryptopotato
Pro-XRP Lawyer Expects a Bull Run for Bitcoin in October
The US attorneys John Deaton and Joe Carlasare think bitcoin can perform quite well next month.
207 days agocoindesk
Sam Bankman-Fried’s Dad Thought His Son Wasn’t Paying Him Enough, So He Got Mom Involved
The alleged dispute over Joe Bankman’s $200,000 FTX salary versus his desired $1 million points to an unusual family dynamic at the former cryptocurrency colossus.
219 days agocryptopotato
Why Did Ripple’s Co-Founder Bash Joe Biden and Gary Gensler?
Chris Larsen has something to say to Joe Biden and Gary Gensler and it's not good.
236 days agocryptodaily
Recur Sinks Despite Setting Sail With Big Names
The NFT platform Recur has shut down operations despite raising $50 million and having support from industry bigwigs. Big-Name Partnerships Fade Away Despite its initial promising trajectory and significant partnerships, NFT startup Recur has made the disheartening announcement that its Web3 platform is shutting down. The platform's inability to withstand the challenges of the crypto winter has led to this unexpected decision. Recur had set sail with grand ambitions, boasting partnerships with iconic brands such as Hello Kitty and Nickelodeon. However, the cold winds of the crypto winter have taken a toll on the platform's sustainability. The firm acknowledged that its core features would gradually phase out over the coming months, including the withdrawal of NFTs, cashing out stablecoin balances, and trading collectibles on Recur-hosted marketplaces. A Shift In The NFT Space Established in 2021, Recur positioned itself as a provider of Web3 "building blocks" for businesses, enabling the creation of in-game assets, loyalty programs, and digital collectibles through NFTs. However, Recur's fate is not unique, as the broader NFT space witnessed the closure of companies like Nifty, which had also secured partnerships with big media titles. With over 380,000 minted NFTs, Recur is working to ensure the legacy of these digital collectibles. The company plans to migrate metadata and media for its NFTs to the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a decentralized file-sharing network. Additionally, other assets will be hosted on Filecoin's network, indicating Recur's commitment to maintaining the digital artifacts it helped create. A Shift In Value Recur's journey included milestones like the Recur Pass, which was initially sold as an NFT for $300 and granted holders early access to NFT drops. Despite an impressive early sale of a Recur Pass for $88,888, current prices reflect a stark contrast, with the cheapest pass listed on OpenSea for 0.001 ETH (about $1.69). Recur had garnered notable attention with a $50 million Series A funding round in late 2021, valuing the company at $333 million. Esteemed investors like Gary Vaynerchuk, the Winklevoss twins, and Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin participated in an earlier $5 million seed funding round. Despite the initial momentum, Recur's journey underscores the volatility and challenges inherent in the NFT landscape. In conclusion, Recur's announcement to shut down its Web3 platform serves as a sobering reminder of the challenges faced by NFT-focused companies in the ever-evolving crypto space. The dissolution of big-name partnerships and the necessity to adapt to changing market dynamics highlight the fragility of even the most promising ventures. 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.
236 days agocryptodaily
Recur Sinks Despite Setting Sail With Big Names
The NFT platform Recur has shut down operations despite raising $50 million and having support from industry bigwigs. Big-Name Partnerships Fade Away Despite its initial promising trajectory and significant partnerships, NFT startup Recur has made the disheartening announcement that its Web3 platform is shutting down. The platform's inability to withstand the challenges of the crypto winter has led to this unexpected decision. Recur had set sail with grand ambitions, boasting partnerships with iconic brands such as Hello Kitty and Nickelodeon. However, the cold winds of the crypto winter have taken a toll on the platform's sustainability. The firm acknowledged that its core features would gradually phase out over the coming months, including the withdrawal of NFTs, cashing out stablecoin balances, and trading collectibles on Recur-hosted marketplaces. A Shift In The NFT Space Established in 2021, Recur positioned itself as a provider of Web3 "building blocks" for businesses, enabling the creation of in-game assets, loyalty programs, and digital collectibles through NFTs. However, Recur's fate is not unique, as the broader NFT space witnessed the closure of companies like Nifty, which had also secured partnerships with big media titles. With over 380,000 minted NFTs, Recur is working to ensure the legacy of these digital collectibles. The company plans to migrate metadata and media for its NFTs to the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a decentralized file-sharing network. Additionally, other assets will be hosted on Filecoin's network, indicating Recur's commitment to maintaining the digital artifacts it helped create. A Shift In Value Recur's journey included milestones like the Recur Pass, which was initially sold as an NFT for $300 and granted holders early access to NFT drops. Despite an impressive early sale of a Recur Pass for $88,888, current prices reflect a stark contrast, with the cheapest pass listed on OpenSea for 0.001 ETH (about $1.69). Recur had garnered notable attention with a $50 million Series A funding round in late 2021, valuing the company at $333 million. Esteemed investors like Gary Vaynerchuk, the Winklevoss twins, and Ethereum co-founder Joe Lubin participated in an earlier $5 million seed funding round. Despite the initial momentum, Recur's journey underscores the volatility and challenges inherent in the NFT landscape. In conclusion, Recur's announcement to shut down its Web3 platform serves as a sobering reminder of the challenges faced by NFT-focused companies in the ever-evolving crypto space. The dissolution of big-name partnerships and the necessity to adapt to changing market dynamics highlight the fragility of even the most promising ventures. 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.
241 day agocryptodaily
5 Ways to Earn Passive Income With Idle Computer Storage
The University of California Berkeley’s SETI@Home project is no longer allowing new users to participate in its ongoing search for extraterrestrial life, meaning it’s no longer able to provide a passive income stream for those who’re willing to leave their computer on 24/7. The SETI@Home project launched way back in 1999, inviting users to download a special software program that enabled them to donate their excess computing power to the initiative, which is looking for signs of alien life elsewhere in the cosmic void. But much to people’s disappointment, scientists announced in 2021 that they’re winding down the project and no longer require contributions from the general public. While the announcement was a major disappointment for participants, the good news is that there are still many other distributed computing projects that allow users to make money by renting out their idle storage space or processing power. What is Distributed Computing? It might sound incredibly technical, but the concept of distributed computing is actually a very simple one. It refers to a process where the combined resources of multiple, distributed computers are aggregated together, providing powerful compute or storage resources for heavy-duty projects. In some ways it can be likened to Airbnb, but instead of renting out your spare room or vacation home, you simply rent out your unused computing resources. To participate, you’ll need to download and install the required application or plugin for whatever project it is you want to contribute to. Then it’ll run in the background, allowing your computer’s excess resources to be used by the organization concerned. Where Can I Participate? There are dozens of interesting projects looking to borrow people’s excess computing capacity in support of various use cases: Spacemesh Mining cryptocurrency is one of the most obvious ideas for utilizing your spare capacity that comes to mind, but it’s important to choose a suitable network. While it was possible to mine Bitcoin from a PC back in the early days, its cryptographic algorithms have become so complex and its mining ecosystem so competitive that such limited hardware simply won’t do any more. Enter Spacemesh, an alternative cryptocurrency network that’s designed to serve the average joe who wants to mine a little crypto on his or her computer at home. Unlike Bitcoin’s proof-of-work consensus algorithm, Spacemesh uses a novel proof-of-space time consensus mechanism that is much less energy-intensive. It also employs a unique “race-free approach” that disincentivizes the use of massive amounts of hardware, ensuring everyone can participate and earn a passive income on their personal Mac or PC. All that’s required to start mining with Spacemesh is an Intel or AMD CPU with at least 1GB of RAM, and an always-on, unmetered internet connection with a minimum of 5 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload. Unlike Bitcoin, where the CPU is the main factor for miners, Spacemesh relies on disk storage resources, which do not use energy when they’re idle, resulting in much lower costs. The protocol is centered on fairness, and ensures all miners are rewarded for their contributions at every EPOCH, which currently concludes every two weeks, with their exact reward based on how much storage space they commit in proportion to the network size. In addition, the protocol prevents whales from joining the system with massive storage resources – in such a case, they would face much higher overhead costs, eliminating any profit gains. In this way, Spacemesh ensures its network remains highly decentralized. HyperCycle As an alternative, PC and laptop owners can opt to join the HyperCycle network, which is a Layer-0 blockchain that’s building an artificial general intelligence network. The idea with this is to promote cooperation between AI agents by establishing a network of nodes that collaborate with one another to solve complex problems. This cooperative AI sees distributed computers aggregate their compute resources to create a “global brain”, kind of like a distributed supercomputer. AI systems can tap into this network and use its combined power to perform computing tasks that would normally be performed by sophisticated server networks. Users are required to purchase an individual software node license to participate in HyperCycle’s network and deposit a minimum of 1,024 HYPC tokens. That might sound expensive, but HyperCycle insists it’s a small price to pay to democratize access to advanced AI computation and pave the way for a future “Internet of AIs”. Fleek Network A great option for Web3 enthusiasts, Fleek Network is calling on users to participate in the industry’s first decentralized content delivery network. CDNs play a key role in the internet, ensuring that websites, images and videos can load instantaneously no matter where users are located. Essentially, CDNs are geographically-distributed server networks that enable content to be cached closer to users. When someone connects to an app or website, the content will be delivered from the closest server to their location, significantly reducing latency. Fleek Network aims to provide an alternative to centralized CDNs operated by companies like Cloudflare, which go against the ethos of Web3. Of course, it cannot build out a global server network from scratch, so instead it relies on people who’re willing to provide computing resources in exchange for rewards. It invites anyone to contribute bandwidth to its network by running a cache node, so they can accelerate content delivery to end users. Fleek Network’s approach could actually be more advantageous, as its reliance on contributors means its network can potentially extend to the smallest rural villages. Whereas most centralized CDNs are restricted to building their infrastructure in cities, Fleek will be able to operate nodes across the globe. The result is that someone living in Siberia can be served by a node from the same town, rather than connecting to a large data center several hundred kilometers away. Storj If you have plenty of hard drive space and you’re willing to put it to work, Storj offers a viable opportunity with its decentralized cloud storage network, which it presents as an alternative to services like Dropbox, Box and Amazon Web Services. It claims to have some big advantages, including greater privacy with guarantees that content stored within the Storj network will never be monitored or censored. All content stored on people’s hard drives is fully encrypted, and only the owner has the keys required to access it. The other key selling point is that content is automatically distributed across multiple devices, eliminating the risk of downtime that would prevent users from accessing their files. To rent out your extra disk drive space to Storj, all that’s required is to download its application, install it, and then select how much storage capacity you want to contribute. Once activated, that portion of your hard drive becomes a part of the Storj network so you can no longer use it yourself. Instead, you’ll be compensated for renting it out. One of the requirements, obviously, is that you must be willing to leave your computer up and running and ensure it’s always online, in return for payments made to your bank account each month. Hyperlink Hyperlink refers to itself as the “World Supercomputer”, but is really a global network of computers that anyone can join to earn passive income. Users donate their computer’s resources to host third-party websites, mobile applications and content. Its services are offered as a low-cost alternative to businesses that don’t want to invest in their own infrastructure or traditional cloud computing services. One of the advantages of Hyperlink is that it claims to offer significant earnings potential for users, saying it’s possible to earn up to $8,600 per year by connecting a desktop or laptop to its network and leaving it running 24/7. Users can even contribute an entire server if they happen to have one lying around. Another bonus is that Hyperlink offers flexible payment options, allowing users to receive their earnings through PayPal, bank transfers, credit card payment and more. In future, Hyperlink will expand its network to include tablets and smartphones too. What Are The Downsides? There actually does not seem to be a lot of downsides to earning a passive income, but those considering it should be aware that by running these programs and keeping their computer switched on 24/7, it may degrade its performance and lifetime. However, the reality is that most people don’t normally use the full capacity of their machine, so they can afford to contribute without really noticing any performance impact. And of course, it’s always possible to use an external storage device if you do need more disk space. Then again, if you do need to perform intensive computing tasks yourself, it might be worth investing in a more powerful machine, or even a second computer that you can leave running and forget about. 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.
241 day agocryptodaily
5 Ways to Earn Passive Income With Idle Computer Storage
The University of California Berkeley’s SETI@Home project is no longer allowing new users to participate in its ongoing search for extraterrestrial life, meaning it’s no longer able to provide a passive income stream for those who’re willing to leave their computer on 24/7. The SETI@Home project launched way back in 1999, inviting users to download a special software program that enabled them to donate their excess computing power to the initiative, which is looking for signs of alien life elsewhere in the cosmic void. But much to people’s disappointment, scientists announced in 2021 that they’re winding down the project and no longer require contributions from the general public. While the announcement was a major disappointment for participants, the good news is that there are still many other distributed computing projects that allow users to make money by renting out their idle storage space or processing power. What is Distributed Computing? It might sound incredibly technical, but the concept of distributed computing is actually a very simple one. It refers to a process where the combined resources of multiple, distributed computers are aggregated together, providing powerful compute or storage resources for heavy-duty projects. In some ways it can be likened to Airbnb, but instead of renting out your spare room or vacation home, you simply rent out your unused computing resources. To participate, you’ll need to download and install the required application or plugin for whatever project it is you want to contribute to. Then it’ll run in the background, allowing your computer’s excess resources to be used by the organization concerned. Where Can I Participate? There are dozens of interesting projects looking to borrow people’s excess computing capacity in support of various use cases: Spacemesh Mining cryptocurrency is one of the most obvious ideas for utilizing your spare capacity that comes to mind, but it’s important to choose a suitable network. While it was possible to mine Bitcoin from a PC back in the early days, its cryptographic algorithms have become so complex and its mining ecosystem so competitive that such limited hardware simply won’t do any more. Enter Spacemesh, an alternative cryptocurrency network that’s designed to serve the average joe who wants to mine a little crypto on his or her computer at home. Unlike Bitcoin’s proof-of-work consensus algorithm, Spacemesh uses a novel proof-of-space time consensus mechanism that is much less energy-intensive. It also employs a unique “race-free approach” that disincentivizes the use of massive amounts of hardware, ensuring everyone can participate and earn a passive income on their personal Mac or PC. All that’s required to start mining with Spacemesh is an Intel or AMD CPU with at least 1GB of RAM, and an always-on, unmetered internet connection with a minimum of 5 Mbps download and 1 Mbps upload. Unlike Bitcoin, where the CPU is the main factor for miners, Spacemesh relies on disk storage resources, which do not use energy when they’re idle, resulting in much lower costs. The protocol is centered on fairness, and ensures all miners are rewarded for their contributions at every EPOCH, which currently concludes every two weeks, with their exact reward based on how much storage space they commit in proportion to the network size. In addition, the protocol prevents whales from joining the system with massive storage resources – in such a case, they would face much higher overhead costs, eliminating any profit gains. In this way, Spacemesh ensures its network remains highly decentralized. HyperCycle As an alternative, PC and laptop owners can opt to join the HyperCycle network, which is a Layer-0 blockchain that’s building an artificial general intelligence network. The idea with this is to promote cooperation between AI agents by establishing a network of nodes that collaborate with one another to solve complex problems. This cooperative AI sees distributed computers aggregate their compute resources to create a “global brain”, kind of like a distributed supercomputer. AI systems can tap into this network and use its combined power to perform computing tasks that would normally be performed by sophisticated server networks. Users are required to purchase an individual software node license to participate in HyperCycle’s network and deposit a minimum of 1,024 HYPC tokens. That might sound expensive, but HyperCycle insists it’s a small price to pay to democratize access to advanced AI computation and pave the way for a future “Internet of AIs”. Fleek Network A great option for Web3 enthusiasts, Fleek Network is calling on users to participate in the industry’s first decentralized content delivery network. CDNs play a key role in the internet, ensuring that websites, images and videos can load instantaneously no matter where users are located. Essentially, CDNs are geographically-distributed server networks that enable content to be cached closer to users. When someone connects to an app or website, the content will be delivered from the closest server to their location, significantly reducing latency. Fleek Network aims to provide an alternative to centralized CDNs operated by companies like Cloudflare, which go against the ethos of Web3. Of course, it cannot build out a global server network from scratch, so instead it relies on people who’re willing to provide computing resources in exchange for rewards. It invites anyone to contribute bandwidth to its network by running a cache node, so they can accelerate content delivery to end users. Fleek Network’s approach could actually be more advantageous, as its reliance on contributors means its network can potentially extend to the smallest rural villages. Whereas most centralized CDNs are restricted to building their infrastructure in cities, Fleek will be able to operate nodes across the globe. The result is that someone living in Siberia can be served by a node from the same town, rather than connecting to a large data center several hundred kilometers away. Storj If you have plenty of hard drive space and you’re willing to put it to work, Storj offers a viable opportunity with its decentralized cloud storage network, which it presents as an alternative to services like Dropbox, Box and Amazon Web Services. It claims to have some big advantages, including greater privacy with guarantees that content stored within the Storj network will never be monitored or censored. All content stored on people’s hard drives is fully encrypted, and only the owner has the keys required to access it. The other key selling point is that content is automatically distributed across multiple devices, eliminating the risk of downtime that would prevent users from accessing their files. To rent out your extra disk drive space to Storj, all that’s required is to download its application, install it, and then select how much storage capacity you want to contribute. Once activated, that portion of your hard drive becomes a part of the Storj network so you can no longer use it yourself. Instead, you’ll be compensated for renting it out. One of the requirements, obviously, is that you must be willing to leave your computer up and running and ensure it’s always online, in return for payments made to your bank account each month. Hyperlink Hyperlink refers to itself as the “World Supercomputer”, but is really a global network of computers that anyone can join to earn passive income. Users donate their computer’s resources to host third-party websites, mobile applications and content. Its services are offered as a low-cost alternative to businesses that don’t want to invest in their own infrastructure or traditional cloud computing services. One of the advantages of Hyperlink is that it claims to offer significant earnings potential for users, saying it’s possible to earn up to $8,600 per year by connecting a desktop or laptop to its network and leaving it running 24/7. Users can even contribute an entire server if they happen to have one lying around. Another bonus is that Hyperlink offers flexible payment options, allowing users to receive their earnings through PayPal, bank transfers, credit card payment and more. In future, Hyperlink will expand its network to include tablets and smartphones too. What Are The Downsides? There actually does not seem to be a lot of downsides to earning a passive income, but those considering it should be aware that by running these programs and keeping their computer switched on 24/7, it may degrade its performance and lifetime. However, the reality is that most people don’t normally use the full capacity of their machine, so they can afford to contribute without really noticing any performance impact. And of course, it’s always possible to use an external storage device if you do need more disk space. Then again, if you do need to perform intensive computing tasks yourself, it might be worth investing in a more powerful machine, or even a second computer that you can leave running and forget about. 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.
243 days agocryptopotato
Why Won’t Joe Rogan Host A Bitcoin-Focused Podcast? (Op-Ed)
It's not because he’s not interested – he just doesn’t want more controversy.
248 days agocointelegraph
US and China AI-tech standoff shows signs of spreading to other countries
The ongoing spat between the United States and China over emerging tech like AI continues as U.S. President Joe Biden restricts investments.
248 days agocryptopotato
Joe Rogan and Post Malone Raised Concerns of a Potential Launch of CBDC in America
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248 days agocointelegraph
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254 days agocoindesk
Trader Joe Debuts on Ethereum, JOE Jumps 3%
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254 days agocointelegraph
‘Is this a Bitcoin ad?’ Joe Biden unknowingly touts BTC in coffee mug video
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254 days agocryptodaily
Bridgecoin Capital Launches Tax-Efficient Crypto Deferral Tool
Bridgecoin Capital has unveiled a groundbreaking lending platform that could reshape the landscape of crypto investment. This innovative platform, born from a collaboration between real estate and crypto experts, aims to address the challenge of crypto capital gains taxation by leveraging traditional real estate assets. In the midst of a cryptocurrency market valued at over $500 billion and a towering real estate market worth more than $3 trillion, Bridgecoin Capital's solution takes aim at the tax implications arising from the $163 billion in crypto gains during the recent market surge. The platform provides a regulated process wherein users can use their crypto holdings as collateral to secure cash loans, bypassing the capital gains tax burden. These borrowed funds are then allocated into real estate investments that yield interest over time. Joey Billet, Co-Founder and CEO of Bridgecoin, highlighted the significance of the platform, noting that "our approach avoids tokenization, instead opting for borrowing crypto at a flat interest rate, providing stability backed by tangible real estate assets." Bridgecoin's platform places a strong emphasis on regulatory compliance. Customers undergo a Know Your Customer (KYC) process, and the collateralized loan assures a predictable USD return at the end of the lockup period, maintaining a consistent Annual Percentage Yield (APY) throughout. The launch of this platform intends to steer crypto gains towards more strategic investments while maintaining transparency and adherence to compliance standards. The Bridgecoin team brings together experts well-versed in both commercial real estate and cryptocurrency sectors. Since 2018, they have championed the integration of blockchain technology into the real estate domain. This initiative serves as a countermeasure against risks associated with non-compliant ventures. It offers crypto investors a channel to direct unrealized gains into tangible real estate assets, unlocking the tax advantages synonymous with debt investment. This introduction of Bridgecoin Capital's innovative platform marks a significant convergence of cryptocurrency and traditional real estate strengths, opening new avenues for the evolving financial landscape. 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.

About JOE?

The live price of JOE (JOE) today is 0.52688 USD, and with the current circulating supply of JOE at 359,673,634 JOE, its market capitalization stands at 189,504,963 USD. In the last 24 hours JOE price has moved -0.096591 USD or -0.16% while 19,571,190 USD worth of JOE has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of JOE puts it at #274 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

Learn more about the JOE blockchain network and how it works or follow the price of its native cryptocurrency JOE and the broader market with our unique COIN360 cryptocurrency heatmap.

Introduction

JOE (JOE) is a unique cryptocurrency that has been making waves in the digital currency world. It is a decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency that allows for instant, low-cost payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. JOE is an open-source, global payment network that is fully decentralized without any central authorities. The security and flexibility of JOE make it an attractive option for investors and users alike.

Technology & Mechanism

Consensus Mechanism

JOE uses a proof-of-stake consensus mechanism, which is a more energy-efficient alternative to the traditional proof-of-work mechanism. This allows for faster transaction times and a more scalable network.

Blockchain Technology

JOE operates on its own proprietary blockchain, which is designed to be secure, scalable, and efficient. The blockchain uses advanced cryptographic techniques to ensure the security and integrity of transactions.

Key Features

Scalability

One of the key features of JOE is its scalability. The network is designed to handle a high volume of transactions without slowing down, making it ideal for global commerce.

Security

JOE's blockchain technology ensures the security of transactions. The use of advanced cryptographic techniques prevents fraud and double spending.

Privacy

JOE offers privacy features that allow users to transact anonymously, adding an extra layer of security.

Decentralization

As a decentralized currency, JOE is not controlled by any central authority. This means that users have full control over their money.

Development Team & Governance

The JOE project is spearheaded by a team of experienced developers and blockchain experts. The project operates under a decentralized governance model, with decisions made by consensus among the community.

Use Cases & Potential Impact

JOE has a wide range of potential use cases, from microtransactions to large-scale international transfers. Its low transaction fees and fast transaction times make it ideal for e-commerce and online payments. The potential impact of JOE on the financial industry is significant, as it offers a decentralized alternative to traditional banking systems.

Purchase & Storage

How to Buy

JOE can be purchased on several major cryptocurrency exchanges. Users can buy JOE with other cryptocurrencies or with fiat currencies, depending on the exchange.

Wallets & Storage

JOE can be stored in a variety of digital wallets. These wallets can be hardware-based or software-based, and they offer different levels of security and convenience.

Partnerships & Collaborations

JOE has formed partnerships with several major companies and organizations in the tech industry. These partnerships help to increase the adoption and usability of JOE.

Roadmap

The JOE project has a clear roadmap for the future, with plans for further development and expansion. The team is constantly working on improving the technology and adding new features to the network.

Risks & Challenges

Like any cryptocurrency, JOE faces certain risks and challenges. These include regulatory risks, technological challenges, and market volatility. However, the team behind JOE is committed to overcoming these challenges and ensuring the success of the project.

Community & Regulatory Compliance

Community

JOE has a strong and active community of users and developers. The community is a key part of the project, contributing to its development and promoting its adoption.

Regulatory Compliance

JOE is committed to complying with all relevant regulations and laws. The team works closely with legal experts to ensure that the project operates within the legal framework.

In conclusion, JOE is a promising cryptocurrency with a strong technological foundation and a clear vision for the future. Its unique features and potential impact make it a cryptocurrency to watch.

JOE Price0.52688 USD
Market Rank#274
Market Cap189,504,963 USD
24h Volume22,695,992 USD
Circulating Supply359,673,634 JOE
Max Supply500,000,000 JOE
Yesterday's Market Cap185,596,160 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.612604 USD / 0.516013 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.634801 USD / 0.460605 USD
Yesterday's Change
-0.16% ( 0.096591 USD )
Yesterday's Volume19,571,190 USD
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