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$0.02509

-1.63% (24H)
Low $0.02498
High $0.02564
  • Market Cap N/A
  • Volume $775,670
  • ATH $0.73
  • ATH(% Change) -96.54%
  • ATH Date

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Symbol current price is $0.02509 with a marketcap of N/A. Its price is -1.63% down in last 24 hours.

Symbol is a blockchain platform launched in March of 2021. It's the spiritual successor to NEM, featuring a new consensus algorithm called proof-of-stake-plus (PoS+), rule-based tokens (called mosaics), namespaces, multisignature accounts, and aggregate transactions. Its client, Catapult, is written in C++.Symbol has a cult following in Japan and Korea. The community can be primarily found on Twitter, LINE, and KakaoTalk. Some of the most notable projects built on Symbol include:- QUEST [https://quest-bc.com/] | a bounty and tipping platform for creators. Follow the official Twitter account here [https://twitter.com/QUESTofficial5].- SYMBOARD | a loyalty and rewards card for businesses. Follow the official Twitter account here [https://twitter.com/symboard_symbol].- THE TOWER [https://symvolution.com/thetower/] | an endless dungeon crawler.- NFT DRIVE [https://www.nft-drive.com/] | an on-chain media and content storage service. Follow the official Twitter account here [https://twitter.com/nftdrive_jp].- COMSA [https://comsa.io/en] | a novel NFT marketplace developed and designed for the Japanese cryptocurrency community.In November 2021, Symbol was forked by a pseudonymous team of cryptocurrency experts and enthusiasts alike. Titled Cyprus, this hard fork signaled the community’s intent to turn Symbol into the world’s leading omnichain platform with content-specific, scalable shards - powered by zk-STARKs [https://starkware.co/stark/].Symbol aims to solve for problems inherent in EVM-based platforms and omnichain solutions, where security is often defined at a smart-contract level (versus a network-wide level); where L2 validators are centralized and not incentivized; and where new features and functionality are decided by central client teams versus a fair and free market.