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0.00005243 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#189)
6,759 BTC
Vol 24h
81.5807 BTC
Circulating Supply
Max Supply
54 days agocryptodaily
Lisk Announces the 5th Wave of its Grant Program 
Over the last few years, the explosion in blockchain’s popularity has meant that more programs and resources are being developed to serve the space. From projects that foster cross-chain operability to new blockchains themselves, developers in the space are constantly coming up with new innovations. These innovations often need financial support to become a reality, and this has given way to several funds and grants for blockchain developers. One of these, the Lisk Grant Program, comes from the Lisk blockchain application, and has announced the fifth wave of its Grant Program. Open to Applications Lisk has formally announced Wave 5 of its Grant Program, with applications being open from May 23, 2022, to August 21, 2022. The fund size is still the same, $1.3 million in the form of LSK tokens, and will go towards the development of blockchain-based projects, with each grant recipient receiving $60,000. On the official Lisk Grant Program page, the application requirements have been outlined. For starters, at least two founding members are needed and one of them must be a Javascript developer. Additionally, the project in question must be developed using the latest Lisk SDK and must be open source. The categories that interested teams can apply through have also been listed. As per the Lisk website, teams can apply in the categories of stablecoins, smart contracts, DAOs, DeFi, lending, oracles, blockchain bridges, and privacy-preserving chains. However, Lisk has expressed that project from all sorts of categories can apply as its main priority is that they benefit the blockchain sector. For teams who might want to add new members, Lisk offers a dedicated Discord community that not only helps with networking but creative collaboration as well. With the number of teams and projects already in the space, the Lisk community is already quite robust. According to the management of Lisk, the decision to go ahead with the Wave 5 was brought about by the enthusiastic support from the community seen in previous waves. With this in mind, accessibility is a top priority for this latest grant wave, especially as a new generation of blockchain developers is emerging. Previous beneficiaries of the Grant Program include Kalipo, Enevti, Colecti, idntty, and many more. With this new wave, the company is hoping to find other industry gems. Fueling the Industry Given the speed of the digital world and the ever-growing demand for blockchain products, it is important that developers are able to launch their projects quickly. As such, programs like the Lisk Grant Program are essential. Also important is the updating of the parameters of the grant to reflect the changing industry landscape and make sure that no promising project is left behind or denied support. Those interested in applying for the Grant can visit the official Lisk website for more information. 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.
188 days agocryptodaily
Move over Bitcoin - Russian billionaire thinks that tokens and the digital ruble will replace it
Vladimir Potanin is the second richest man in Russia. He thinks that the launch of a digital ruble, together with his own licensed tokens, will be able to supplant Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies given that they are risky and unreliable. Billionaire Potanin made his money investing into the largest producer of refined nickel and palladium on the planet. With the money he earned here, he helped found a company called Atomyze, which tokenises real world assets such as property and metals. The Russian arm of the country has now received a licence allowing it to offer digital asset trading services. According to a quote by Potanin on a Bloomberg article, the billionaire seems scornful of cryptocurrencies: “Unlike some cryptocurrencies, platforms like Atomyze offer consumers high-quality and secure digital goods and may squeeze unreliable products out from the market,” Potanin’s stance is favourably looked upon by the Russian central bank, which has called for a complete ban on Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, saying that they are a threat to the financial system. The bank is pro blockchain and its own digital ruble, but is extremely negative on cryptocurrencies, although president Putin has intervened and favours more the regulation of crypto so that his country can benefit from the taxes. Potanin, on the other hand, has the view that once the digital ruble is rolled out, then it will make crypto irrelevant. He thinks that his representation of crypto is different, and that it is the next evolution of money. “Metal coins were replaced by paper money, and then transactions became cashless,” Potanin said. “Digital financial assets are just the next stage.” Another of Potanin’s companies, Interros, which was used to help found Atomyze originally, is planning to invest around $1 billion in Atomyze, and also in other tech companies such as banks and exchanges. Atomyze will continue to offer tokenised metals, and has a plan to test its tokenisation of real estate in the Arctic Circle city of Norilsk. 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.
291 day agocryptodaily
Adobe Partners With NFT Platforms To Launch Content Attribution Feature 
Adobe, the American multinational computer software company behind Photoshop and a host of other Creative Cloud features for multimedia professionals, has announced that it is partnering with top NFT marketplaces OpenSea, KnownOrigin, Rarible, and SuperRare to launch a feature on Adobe Photoshop that would allow creators to create images as NFTs. The feature will place attribution information on the image and display credentials for NFT artists, preparing these images as non-fungible tokens whose metadata can be viewed and displayed on OpenSea, KnownOrigin, Rarible, and SuperRare’s respective websites. With OpenSea’s implementation, a blue “match” icon will be displayed if a wallet address matches the recorded and verified address on an image minted as NFT. "This partnership furthers our commitment to empowering users with more tools as we collectively rethink how we transfer digital goods on the internet. Working in tandem with market leaders like Adobe and the growing NFT community, we will keep providing features to increase trust and transparency across the metaverse." OpenSea said in a statement. The new feature, tentatively known as the “prepare as NFT” option within its interface would enable creators and prospective NFT buyers to quickly glance at the attribution of NFTs made with Adobe’s flagship photo editing software, as well as Stock, Behance, and other key Adobe products and workflows. “Our goals with NFTs at this stage are simple: How do we help creatives get credit for their work, and how do we help folks who are already creating NFTs showcase their work, no matter where they mint it? This gives collectors and marketplaces valuable information about the true creator of a work of art.” shares Andy Parsons, Director of Adobe’s Content Authenticity Initiative. Parsons shares that the feature is now available in public beta, which means that it will likely undergo further development as it is tested in the open. The tool will also allow users and NFT buyers to view exact data on who and when a specific piece was minted. In an interview with The Verge’s Nilay Patel through the Decoder podcast, Scott Belsky, Adobe’s Chief Product Officer, claimed that the tool will use an open-source cryptographic method to securely sign images with a creator’s identity. The cryptographic signature is linked to the IPFS (InterPlanetary File System) network, a content-addressable, peer-to-peer hypermedia distribution protocol. Demo of Adobe's Content Credentials Tool No other detail as to whether pseudonyms or artist names will be authenticated as such, or signed with actual legal names. Additionally, the new NFT content attribution tool would also allow NFT creators to link their social media accounts and wallet addresses to the image. “By adding your social media and wallet addresses to your content credentials you can further assure consumers that you are indeed the creator of your content. A crypto address is also useful if someone wishes to mint their work as crypto art.” Adobe said in its official press release. With regards to the NFT content’s detailed metadata, Adobe is releasing this feature as “Content Credentials” as part of its Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI), a program that aims to address misinformation through digital content provenance. The initiative was launched by Adobe sometime in 2019, in partnership with Twitter and The New York Times. The initiative has resulted to some prominent technology firms such as Qualcomm Technologies, Intel, and Microsoft, among others, all joining in the effort to create “pragmatic, adoptable standards for digital provenance.” 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.
300 days agocryptopotato
Panther Protocol and Kudelski Security Partner to Accelerate Privacy Tech in the UK
[PRESS RELEASE – Midtown, Gibraltar, 15th October 2021] Panther Protocol, the end-to-end privacy solution building the privacy layer for Web3 and Decentralized Finance, and Kudelski Security, the leading provider of comprehensive cybersecurity solutions to large enterprise and public-sector clients around the world, are thrilled to announce an exciting partnership agreement between the companies. As the […]
360 days agocryptodaily
Polkadot Sets Stage for Five New Parachain Auctions on Kusama Network
Scalable blockchain Polkadot has confirmed the scheduling for its next five parachain auctions. The highly-anticipated auctions, which take place on the platform’s so-called Canary Network Kusama, will get underway from September 1, with the final slot pencilled in for September 29. A range of projects will compete to follow in the footsteps of Acala’s Karura, Moonbeam’s Moonriver, Astar’s Shiden, Phala’s Khala, and defi protocol Bitfrost – all of whom launched on the experimental Kusama network over the summer. Purpose-built, interoperable parachains are fundamental to achieving the multichain vision set out in the Polkadot whitepaper by Ethereum co-founder Dr. Gavin Wood. The Anatomy of an Auction As with the first quintet, parachain auctions will commence with a two-day period of initial bidding followed by a five-day ending period (known as the ‘candle phase’). Slot auctions give projects an opportunity to connect to the Kusama Relay Chain, and to benefit from the network’s shared security, scalability and interoperability. Although no candidates have been named for the forthcoming auctions, those who missed out during the first series may return for another bite at the cherry. Projects that previously failed to land parachains include IoT platform Robonomics, Centrifuge-powered defi protocol Altair, and liquidity omnipool Basilisk. The first of the new parachain auctions (and sixth overall) opens for bidding at 12:00 GMT on September 1 before concluding at 09:00 GMT on September 9. The latest addition to Kusama’s expanding parachain network will then be announced two hours after bidding ends, at 11:00 GMT. The remaining auctions commence at 12:00 GMT on September 8, September 15, September 22, and September 29. The final phase of Polkadot’s protracted launch process will see interconnected, application-specific sub-chains launch not on Kusama, but on the main Polkadot network. Last month, the project’s co-founder Robert Habermeier portended the latest round of Kusama auctions, noting that the team were “watching consensus metrics and [the] stability of the Kusama network” ahead of more auctions. Kusama’s parachain slots are allocated via a mechanism known as a candle auction, with participants given a fixed length of time to make bids and the auction’s end time randomly determined thereafter. Interestingly, the highest bidder at the end of an auction does not necessarily win the parachain: it depends whether the final and highest bid falls into the range after the termination block; if so, it is discarded. A crowdloan mechanism also permits projects to trustlessly run decentralized campaigns to boost their bidding power. All five of Kusama’s current parachain projects utilized crowdloans during their summer auctions, with over $220 million worth of KSM bonded to date – 10% of the token’s supply. In a recent report, Web3 Foundation research scientist Jonas Gehrlein revealed that most contributions for crowdloans which eventually won auctions during the first round were “made in the pre-candle phase of the respective auction.” Early bidding, therefore, could prove crucial during the upcoming series. Polkadot Paves the Way for DOT Auctions Polkadot’s announcement of a fresh round of auctions means the protocol is one step closer towards conducting such events on the main chain. Back in May, two caveats were stipulated for such an event: the completion of a full external audit and Kusama’s execution of at least one successful auction involving crowdloans. With the latter condition having been met, the Polkadot community eagerly awaits the day when DOT auctions will replace their KSM counterparts. When the time comes, it’s likely that high-performing Kusama parachains will be at the front of the queue for claiming the first ever slot. DOT token-holders, meanwhile, will be hoping the asset appreciates in value. Messari’s Nick Garcia has called Acala Network “Polkadot’s likely inaugural tenant” due to its cross-chain open finance infrastructure. Acala’s ambition is to become the blockchain’s decentralized finance hub, with a range of built-in applications serving various use cases, from liquid staking and DEXs to an on-chain Treasury and decentralized stablecoin (aUSD). The Coinbase-backed platform’s sister protocol Karura was by far the most supported project during Kusama’s first auction series, with over 501,000 KSM bonded. 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 Lisk

The live price of Lisk (LSK) today is 1.283 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Lisk at 128,900,444.52 LSK, its market capitalization stands at 165,383,856 USD. In the last 24 hours LSK price has moved 0.0063 USD or 0.00% while 2,393,363 USD worth of LSK has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of LSK puts it at #189 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Lisk is a development platform built with Javascript and based on the decentralized distributed network. The Lisk crypto aims to provide developers with more fair conditions in the field of application distribution. The development team seeks to attract more developers by implementing Javascript as the language for application development within the Lisk network. Lisk offers the establishment of sidechains to support a high level of security and privacy for dapp developers. High accessibility to the Lisk crypto is one of the significant driving factors behind its popularity. The Lisk (LSK) coin is a DPOS-based cryptocurrency and is not minable. The Lisk crypto is powered by Lisk coin using it for transactions and as a tool to estimate the user’s voting importance. You can find the price of LSK on
Lisk Price1.283 USD
Market Rank#189
Market Cap165,383,856 USD
24h Volume1,996,278 USD
Circulating Supply128,900,444.52 LSK
Max SupplyNo Data
Yesterday's Market Cap166,824,420 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close1.2879 USD / 1.2942 USD
Yesterday's High / Low1.323 USD / 1.2711 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.00% ( 0.0063 USD )
Yesterday's Volume2,393,362.80 USD
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