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$0.015785
(0.35%)
0.00000079 BTC
Market Cap (Rank#651)
$11,267,502
564.319 BTC
Vol 24h
$67,920
3.401712 BTC
Circulating Supply
713,801,946.70
Max Supply
?
14 days agocryptodaily
$100M Web3 Fund Launched By ThunderCore, 886 Studios and Outliers Fund
ThunderCore today announced a dynamic new partnership with 886 Studios and Outliers Fund to raise a $100 million Web3 fund that will focus on boosting GameFi, SocialFi, NFT and Metaverse ecosystems. The financial initiative will incentivize developers to deploy their applications on ThunderCore’s rapidly growing layer-1 blockchain network. Clocking up to 400,000 active monthly users and gaining major traction in the Web3 space in 2022, the powerful EVM-compatible ThunderCore chain continues to aggressively invest into its layer-1 ecosystem of projects across various nascent crypto sectors. ThunderCore CEO and founder Chris Wang, a prominent Silicon Valley entrepreneur, said: “ThunderCore is committed to building a thriving Web3 ecosystem. We’re therefore very excited to collaborate with 886 Studios and Outliers Fund, two likeminded partners, to support some of the incredible developers and artist talent that are redefining the blockchain. ThunderCore believes that we’re perfectly placed to help accelerate the implementation of new development in the areas of GameFi, SocialFi, NFT and Metaverse.” ThunderCore recently revealed ThunderGene, an all-in-one project development platform comprising an API tool, project console, and wallet service. The API tool can be used by teams of all sizes and industries seeking to create blockchain products or utilize tokenized digital assets as part of their strategies. Web3 projects looking to build on the ThunderCore blockchain will have access to the fund and are advised to start the application process directly. GameFi, SocialFi, and Metaverse projects are most likely to be accepted by the ThunderCore team. About 886 Studios 886 Studios is a venture studio run by successful tech co-founders and entrepreneurs who collectively aim to solidify Taiwan’s prominence as a breakthrough blockchain tech, talent and innovation hub through investment, resources and support. 886 Studios believes creating value is an infinite and not a zero-sum game. They achieve this by connecting founders with the right partners and venture capitalists, leveraging their Silicon Valley experience and Taiwan know-how to help build successful startups together. 886 Studios team members comprise some of the biggest entrepreneurial success stories from Taiwan, including Kai Huang, (Guitar Hero founder) and ThunderCore’s Chris Wang (ex-Disney, Playdom). Successful companies backed by 886 Studio members include Binance, Gogoro, EMQ, Bitmark, Just Kitchen, Quantstamp, Harmony, Syndicate, and Prysmatic Labs (Ethereum 2.0) About Outliers Fund Outliers Fund was started by MIT scientists Poseidon Ho, Yen Yeh, Jacob Cole, Dhash Shrivathsa, Joi Ito with the vision of backing scientist-led ventures through scientific research and collective intelligence (DAO). Outliers Fund I (2016-2018) and Outliers Fund II (2018-2021) have returned over 16x and 11x respectively. Outliers Lab has incubated 10 Web3 ventures since 2018 including Quantstamp, Harmony, XYO Network, Prysmatic Labs (now Ethereum 2.0) with three over 100x valuation growth, two filing IPOs and $100M+ raised collectively. Outliers Fund III (2022-2026) is running on smart contracts by deploying on Ethereum as the most active venture DAO on Syndicate (portfolio of Outliers Fund III), actively raising and investing in infrastructure-level research innovations from the first round as lead investor. About ThunderCore ThunderCore is a powerful and ultra-fast Web3 ecosystem and layer-1 chain that delivers elite performance and cost-effective scalability for thousands of crypto projects. Its proof-of-stake (PoS) architecture and strong developer support provide a battle-tested home for the next generation of crypto builders to create in Web3, DeFi, NFTs, GameFi, and the metaverse with limitless scope. The growing ThunderCore ecosystem is powered by its popular native asset, TT, which can be stored in the feature-rich TT Wallet, together with other supported project assets. ThunderCore’s breakthrough consensus protocol “PaLa” overcomes the scalability “trilemma,” helping the ThunderCore network generate up to 4,000 transactions per second (TPS) with sub-second confirmation times and ultra-low gas fees at a fraction of a cent. Created in 2017 by Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur Chris Wang to help solve Ethereum’s scalability issues, ThunderCore has an international user base that spans over 100 countries. It measured over 500,000 monthly active users in December 2021, making it one of the most actively used chains in the world, according to DappRadar. Institutional investors in ThunderCore include MetaStable, Hashed, Electric Capital, Huobi Capital, Pantera, Zhen Fund, Kenetic Capital, Arrington XRP, Capitaland, and Draper Dragon, among others. Disclaimer: This is a sponsored pressrelease andis for informational purposes only. It does not reflect the views of Crypto Daily, nor is it intended to be used as legal, tax, investment, or financial advice.
88 days agocryptodaily
KLAP Finance Wins Applause Of DeFi Investors As It Amasses 2nd Highest TVL On Klaytn
Image source: Depositphotos.com A new DeFi application on the Klaytn blockchain has begun life with a bang, accumulating what is now the second-largest total value locked in its ecosystem just days after its launch. Known as KLAP (Klaytn Lending Application), it has so far amassed an impressive $79.3 million in TVL since launching on June 21, putting it second only to KlaySwap, which has been around for more than three years already. KLAP bills itself as a decentralized and non-custodial liquidity market protocol on the Klaytn blockchain that allows users to participate either as depositors or borrowers. Like many DeFi protocols, depositors gain greater utility from their idle token holding by earning a passive income. Meanwhile borrowers can seek both over- and under-collateralized loans. In a blog post on Medium, KLAP explains that it’s trying to differentiate among DeFi protocols by leveraging the inherent advantages of the Klatyn blockchain, with a focus on metaverse adoption, protocol interactivity and the broader cohesion of all interactions on Klaytn. It also claims to benefit from a distinct first-mover advantage as the prime liquidity market protocol on Klaytn. KLAP is very closely associated with the new Klatyn-based DeFi incubator Krew, which also launched this month armed with a $4 million fund to create, incubate and support emerging projects on the blockchain. Krew aims to support projects building on the Klaytn blockchain with access to funding, marketing assistance, advice on tokenomics and go-to-market strategy. The Klaytn blockchain is backed by South Korea’s Kakao Corp., creator of the KakaoTalk messenger app. One of Krew's primary goals is to expand adoption of Klaytn beyond its stronghold in Asia. The initial reaction to the community suggests that Krew has done a good job of that, with KLAP’s promise of $KLAP and $KLAY token rewards attracting plenty of interest from the DeFi crowd so far. In addition to the hefty TVL it has accumulated, KLAP boasts more than 30,000 followers across Discord and Twitter, and over 100,000 pre-registration entries. The achievement is all the more impressive considering that many had assumed DeFi to be in a death spiral. Some of the crypto world’s most popular protocols and blockchains have leaked billions of dollars in TVL in recent months amid a much wider crash in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. The collapse of Terra’s Anchor protocol, which famously promised APY of 20% for all depositors, and the announcement by Celsius that its prohibiting withdrawals from users had badly damaged confidence in the wider DeFi ecosystem, causing many investors to escape to safer havens. However, KLAP’s no nonsense-style discourse appears to have won plenty of skeptics over. In a blog post on Medium it freely admits that capital on Klaytn is “not maximally efficient” due to its lack of essential primitives. KLAP says it’s goal is to provide those primitives one product at a time, pointing out that by unlocking the capital capability of billions of dollars worth of tokens will simultaneously unlock “vast amounts” of rewards for market participants. Equally important is the effort that’s gone into designing KLAP, which has focused on incorporating modern innovations in DeFi architecture and tokenomics. “We have spent a lot of time researching the many iterations of token launches, Pool 2, emission rates, and simulated countless times to reach more optimal numbers,” KLAP says. “Users will be able to experience Solidly-style veNFTs, Platypus Finance-esque PvP yield boosters, decentralized governance via veNFT voting on emissions and important protocol-level decisions, Geist-like penalties for mercenary capital / farm & dumpers, significant rewards and yield boosts for long-term holders and liquidity lockers. Add to that KLAP’s solid team of experienced builders and researchers and its tight integration with Klaytn, and it’s easy to see why a DeFi crowd that’s crying out for relief has embraced its cause. “We see KLAP in a great spot to leverage Klaytn’s technical architecture enabling high TPS, fast finality, and cheap transactions,” said Quantstamp CEO Richard Ma, an investor in KLAP. “We are confident in Klap’s compelling protocol design features and veteran builders to serve the nascent Klaytn DeFi ecosystem and scale it for retail adoption.” 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
97 days agocryptodaily
Krew Launches Klaytn-based DeFi Accelerator to Support Next Wave of DeFi Startups
BVI, Tortola, 21st June, 2022, ChainwireKrew, a new DeFi accelerator housed in the Klaytn ecosystem, is launching - armed with a $4 million war chest that will be used to create, incubate, and support DeFi projects in the EVM-compatible blockchain. KLAP (Klaytn Lending Application), the first project to onboard the Krew accelerator, just came out of stealth last week and attracted tens of thousands of followers for the Klaytn-native lend/borrow protocol. Krew is launched by experienced founders and analysts from leading venture firms. These include Adam Cader, who previously worked at ParaFi Capital; Hugo Campanella, a product veteran from the likes of UBS and Rocket Internet, and Mark Shim and Seth Jeong from ROK Capital and DeSpread. Other contributing members include former Citadel, JP Morgan and Fidelity employees. Krew will support projects building on Klaytn with liquidity, marketing backing, advice on tokenomics, go-to market strategies, and other important aspects of successful launch activities. The accelerator’s aim is to grow adoption for the network outside of its Asia stronghold. Klaytn is backed by Kakao Corp, known for KakaoTalk, the most popular messenger platform in Korea. In order to further develop the Klaytn DeFi ecosystem, Krew has raised over $4M in a pre-seed round, which was led by Quantstamp and Ascentive Assets. Other leading investors including ROK Capital, Manifold, Krust and Novis also joined the round. As part of its initiative, Krew is launching KLAP, a non custodial lending market protocol similar to Compound or Aave. Users can both supply and redeem assets on the Klaytn blockchain, with the initial hook of KLAP and KLAY token rewards for early adopters. Thanks to extensive lessons learned in tokenomics, the launch tunes all token emission, staking and claiming parameters to ultimately maximize long term value. “We see Klap in a great spot to leverage Klaytn’s technical architecture enabling high TPS, fast finality, and cheap transactions. We are confident in Klap’s compelling protocol design features and veteran builders to serve the nascent Klaytn DeFi ecosystem and scale it for retail adoption,” said Richard Ma, CEO of Quantstamp. KLAP’s mission and long-term upside has clearly resonated with users, with a combined 30,000 people joining the project’s social channels across Twitter and Discord, and more than 100,000 pre-registration entries only 48 hours into their kick-off campaign. With over two million active accounts in Klaytn, it is well positioned to grow into a global leader for blockchain adoption. Klaytn Foundation, a non-profit organization established to accelerate global adoption and ecosystem maturity on Klaytn, has been focused on growing the support for the metaverse. Krew aims to further accelerate Klaytn’s growth globally, using its expertise to attract mainstream DeFi audience to the network. “The next few months will see a great reshuffle between major L1s and their users. We see Klaytn as being one of the dark horses in this race due to their tight integration with Kakao and overall presence in the Korean market,” said Adam Cader, Head of Strategy at Krew. “With these factors combined, we feel now is the perfect time to give the extra push to bootstrap the Klaytn DeFi ecosystem.” About Krew Krew is the Klaytn DeFi accelerator, deploying its liquidity and expertise to support the Klaytn ecosystem. Founded by veterans from Web2, TradFi and Web3, Krew’s thesis is that mainstream adoption will define the ultimate winners of the crypto network arms race, where Klaytn’s backing by Kakao gives it an enormous edge. Website - Discord - Telegram ContactsHead of StrategyAdam [email protected]
145 days agocryptodaily
Decentralized lending platform, Drops DAO successfully launches its mainnet network!
Drops DAO is launching its mainnet today providing users with a fully-fledged platform to borrow loans using their non-fungible tokens (NFTs) and decentralized finance (DeFi) assets. Drops, a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) providing loans for NFTs and DeFi assets, has launched its mainnet platform. Following months of development and testing, the platform is finally transitioning to its live network, enabling users and community members to utilize their crypto assets and NFTs on the Drops DAO ecosystem. Announced Wednesday, May 4, the mainnet aims to bring much-needed liquidity to the NFT and DeFi ecosystem while providing utility to these assets. Drops’ users are now able to leverage their assets as collateral through lending tools and acquire instant loans. Adding NFT and DeFi assets as loan collateral removes the need for intermediaries to acquire loans, enhancing capital requirements for investors in DeFi. Additionally, Drops’ mainnet aims to boost the mainstream adoption of NFTs and the DeFi ecosystem. Speaking on the launch of its mainnet and the utility of decentralized loans, Drops founder Darius Kozlovskis stated, "When we started working on Drops, the idea of instant loans against NFTs seemed unreailistic. But after major shifts in the market and tireless year of research and developement, we finally arrived at what can become a new financial primitive for NFTs. We’re at the dawn of metaverse finance and are truly excited to be part of it." Founded in early 2021, Drops DAO aims to expand the horizon of decentralized lending by adding exotic assets such as NFTs in its collateral pool. The platform uses lending pools that enable any type of NFT asset to be used as collateral — from collectibles and metaverse items, to financial NFTs. Users can leverage their idle NFTs and DeFi tokens to obtain loans and earn extra yield. The platform differentiates itself from other decentralized lending solutions by offering a highly scalable platform and high collateral ratios (up to 60%) on its isolated lending pools. These isolated lending pools allow whitelisted NFT collections (such as BAYC, CryptoKitties, etc.) as collateral to borrow instant loans. Lenders on the platform take a bet on the collection liquidity, whereby the riskier NFT collections offer higher utilization and interest rates. Any collection can be added to Drops without incurring extra lender risk. Moreover, it enables any NFT collection to gain broader utility and liquidity through these lending pools, alleviating sell pressure on secondary markets. The launch of the mainnet follows a successful $1 million seed funding round in May last year. The seed funding round welcomed some top VCs and angel investors including Axia8 Ventures, Bitscale Capital, AU21, Enjin CEO Maxim Blagov, NFT whale 0xb1, Joseph Delong, Quantstamp CEO Richard Ma, Marc Weinstein, and Cooper Turley. 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
164 days agocointelegraph
QSP, XDB and AST post double-digit gains amid sideways moving market
Quantstamp, DigitalBits and AirSwap climb higher as the wider market stagnates and traders take an early weekend in observance of Good Friday.
243 days agocointelegraph
Altcoins book 40% gain after Bitcoin and the crypto market enter a relief rally
FRONT, DG and QSP join the list of altcoins which surged more than 40% after BTC recovered the $38,000 level.
281 day agocryptodaily
Why Limit Yourself To Trading NFTs When You Can Use Them To Generate Passive Yield?
The craze for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) is spreading like wildfire. As more and more users, blockchain startups, and traditional businesses continue embracing the “phenomenon of the decade,” the demand for adding more utilities to these digital assets has also increased dramatically. Although the NFT market capitalization has crossed well beyond the one billion mark, with total 2021 sales topping $20 billion, NFTs still have limited utility. NFT marketplace like OpenSea, Rarible, and others allow users to buy, sell, and trade NFTs, but there’s nothing much to do beyond those activities. For instance, if a user wants to use their NFT to earn an additional income, they won’t be able to because none of the existing platforms offer this functionality. Most of the DeFi products and services don’t apply to NFTs. There aren’t many platforms that would offer loans against NFTs. Additionally, most NFTs just sit idly in users’ wallets given there are no available options to stake or lend them. To fill this void and improve the value proposition for NFTs, Drops has developed a unique model designed to help users generate yields from otherwise unproductive tokens. This end-to-end platform for underwriting loans against NFT and DeFi assets opens the opportunity to access financing and generate yields from these valuable but utility-limited assets. Promising Alternative To Ethereum-Based NFT Marketplaces With Drops, anyone can experience the true potential of NFTs without any intermediaries or complications. The platform uses lending pools that enable any type of asset to be used as collateral – from NFT collectibles and metaverse items to financial NFTs and DeFi tokens. Ethereum-based NFT marketplaces have already hit a brick wall in terms of costs. When it comes to gas fees, minting, buying, selling, even sending an NFT on any Ethereum-based platform is excessively expensive. In some cases, the gas fee exceeds the total value of the NFT itself. This has led to a severe drop in adoption, primarily because most NFT marketplaces are deployed atop Ethereum. Using the layer-2 scaling solution Polygon, Drops obliterates Ethereum’s slow transaction speeds and high gas fees. At the same time, the platform uses Biconomy’s dApp technology, allowing it to subsidize all transaction costs while enabling users to interact with the platform as if they were using the Ethereum mainnet. In essence, Drops brings the best of Polygon’s scaling capabilities and low fees alongside the security and user-friendly features of Ethereum. Improving the Value Proposition of NFTs By Adding More Utility By providing multi-chain loans for NFT and DeFi assets, Drops adds more utility to NFTs and addresses the liquidity crisis in DeFi. The two core features of Drops that set it leagues apart from existing NFT platforms include: (i) converting NFTs into fungible ERC-20 tokens supported by permissionless liquidity pools, and (ii) borrowing liquidity provider (LP) tokens and staking them for additional tokens. If you own DeFi tokens and NFTs sitting idle in your digital wallet, Drops helps you borrow against them. As long as you have NFT or DeFi tokens that can act as collateral, you will be eligible for a trustless loan instantly without having to speak to a lender or wait for approval. Other than this, Drops have launched an improved liquidity platform called Drops DAO, built around the permissionless Drops Loans protocol. Moreover, with Drops, you can reap more rewards from your portfolio by supplying stable coins and governance tokens to the platform’s permissionless lending pools in exchange for attractive returns. Users who provide liquidity via supported tokens can generate variable returns and borrow from the pools. With various partnerships and expansion, Drops continues to progress through the product roadmap. The platform has recently integrated Chainlink Price Feeds on their Ethereum mainnet for accurate, secure pricing of loans against various stablecoins and cryptocurrencies. Additionally, the company partnered with Enjin to enable staking and borrowing users' ERC-20 tokens against NFTs or in-game assets using Enjin's technology instead of traditional banks or lending products like credit cards. Other significant partnerships include Polygon, Oraichain, Parsiq, Solv Protocol, and Blockchain Gaming Alliance (BGA). The platform supports a wide range of NFTs, including financial, gaming, and collectibles, among others. Drops is backed by prominent venture firms and investors like AU21 Capital, Axia8 Ventures, Bitscale Capital, Genblock Capital, x21, Quantstamp CEO Richard Ma, Sushi CTO Joseph Delong, Defiprime & DEXGuru CEO Nick Sawinyh, Cooper Turley from Audius, and Marc Weinstein from Mechanism Capital. As the NFT ecosystem expands its still nascent footprint, the Drops platform is a beneficial addition. It adds more value to NFTs that would otherwise gather dust, helping it cement itself as the first NFT-focused project to bridge the NFT and DeFi ecosystems successfully. Owing to its permissionless lending and borrowing features, Drops harbors the potential to overpower existing peer-to-peer loan protocols such as NFTfi and Stater. 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 Quantstamp

The live price of Quantstamp (QSP) today is 0.015785 USD, and with the current circulating supply of Quantstamp at 713,801,946.70 QSP, its market capitalization stands at 11,267,502 USD. In the last 24 hours QSP price has moved 0.00006 USD or 0.00% while 70,395 USD worth of QSP has been traded on various exchanges. The current valuation of QSP puts it at #651 in cryptocurrency rankings based on market capitalization.

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Quantstamp Price0.015785 USD
Market Rank#651
Market Cap11,267,502 USD
24h Volume67,920 USD
Circulating Supply713,801,946.70 QSP
Max SupplyNo Data
Yesterday's Market Cap11,286,121 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close0.015751 USD / 0.015811 USD
Yesterday's High / Low0.015909 USD / 0.015593 USD
Yesterday's Change
0.00% ( 0.00006 USD )
Yesterday's Volume70,395.19 USD
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