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Market Cap and Supply

Market Cap

$1,102,990,080

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2.42%

Fully Diluted Market Cap

$1,505,339,663

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2.42%

Circulating Supply

23,019,028

Supply Availability

Availabile

73.27%

Not availablele

26.73%

Trading Statistics24h

Volume

$14,964,290

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17.44%

Open

$46.354

Low

$45.295

High

$49.112

Close

$47.858

Liquidity

Bids vs Asks (1% depth)

$928,932.72

$1,057,598.4

All Times

All time high

$545.64

All time low

$6.51

ATH

Current Price

$47.91645

ATL

7.66%

Social24h

Twitter

Lists

2,314

Followers

628,463

Statuses

2,932

Facebook

Likes

0

Talks

0

Reddit

Post Daily

6.05

Comments

3

Subscribers

16,118

Development24h

Github

Stars

654

Subscribers

64

Github Issues

Closed

353

Open Total

23

Closed Pull Req.

2,851

General Information

Consensus

N/A

Algorithm

N/A

Sector

No. of Exchanges

14

No. of Pairs

32

About Elrond

What Is Elrond?

(EGLD) Elrond is a blockchain first announced in August 2019, and its mainnet went live in July 2020protocol that seeks to offer extremely fast transaction speeds by using sharding. The project describes itself as a technology ecosystem for the new internet, which includes fintech, decentralized finance and the Internet of Things. Its smart contracts execution platform is reportedly capable of 15,000 transactions per second, six-second latency and a $0.001 transaction cost.The blockchain has a native token known as eGold, or EGLD, that is used for paying network fees, staking and rewarding validators. Elrond describes itself as a blockchain platform for the new internet economy, and enterprise use. Its main selling point is its high scalability, stating that it is the first blockchain network in which state, network and transaction sharding have all been implemented. According to its economics paper, it aims to build up its ecosystem and establish EGLD as a store-of-value asset.To achieve this goal, the network runs on 2,169 validator nodes split into four shards: three execution shards, capable of 5,400 transactions per second each, and one coordination shard, the "Metachain." Elrond's adaptive state sharding architecture completely shards state, transactions and network. It can scale by adding an additional shard when the throughput demand is unmet. It was tested to run 263,000 TPS in a public environment with 1,500 nodes from 29 countries grouped in 50 shards. EGLD project also supports developers building on the platform, allowing them to earn 30% of the smart contract fees as royalties.The company maintains a supply of EGLD tokens to stake on the network during its first year, with validator nodes receiving a 36% annual percentage rate.