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Fantom

Fantom

FTM

$1.14
-10.79%
Global Average
FTM/USD
$1.04
$1.29
Rank
6276
Market Cap
$0
Circulating Supply
1,000,000,000,000,000 FTM
Volume (1D)
$0

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Simone Pomposi, Marketing Manager

The first cross-chain NFT bridge is now live! The bridge supports NFT bridging between Ethereum and Fantom, for both ERC-721 and ERC-1155 token standards. You can now try and bridge Loot test token on: nft.anyswap.exchange anyswap.https://medium.com/anyswap-nft-cross-chain-bridge-alpha-f4ad72ee74da

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Fireblocks has added support for Fantom! Both mainnet and ERC-20 tokens are now available to the 500+ banks, hedge funds, lending desks, and other financial institutions using the Fireblocks platform. fantom.foundation/blog/fireblocks-now-supports-fantom/

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The innovative node service provider StrongBlock will soon offer full nodes for Fantom! StrongBlock’s mission is to provide non-technical users the ability to launch and operate full blockchain nodes. To date, over 11,000 users have deployed over 77,000 nodes using the StrongBlock platform. Fantom will subsidize a portion of node rewards with FTM tokens to the StrongBlock community. StrongBlock is planning innovative validator and node pool initiatives on Fantom and is also exploring becoming a Fantom validator. fantom.foundation/blog/fantom-nodes-available-soon-through-strongblock-nodes-as-a-service/

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Coinbase Wallet now supports Fantom mainnet! Over a million Coinbase wallet users can now send and receive FTM instantly with near-zero fees, and interact with wallets and dApps. fantom.foundation/blog/coinbase-wallet-integrates-support-for-fantom-mainnet/

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FTM rewards live on Curve! Curve received the first batch of incentives from our newly launched incentive program and decided to use it for liquidity mining.

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Announcing 370 million FTM incentive program! From today on, protocol teams will be able to apply for rewards from the Fantom Foundation based on their total value locked (TVL), scaling from 1,000,000 FTM up to 5,000,000 FTM in its first iteration, and to be changed accordingly depending on the needs of builders. fantom.foundation/blog/announcing-370m-ftm-incentive-program/

Announcing 370m FTM incentive program | Fantom
Over the past few months, we’ve seen a lot of exciting things going on in regards to liquidity mining. So exciting, that even other foundations behind their respective chains started to provide rewards to users of protocols willing to deploy on top of their chain.  We’ve been asked to do the same, but we believe […]
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Chainlink Price Feeds are now live on Fantom mainnet! DeFi smart contracts on the Fantom mainnet can incorporate these Chainlink-powered decentralized oracle networks for high-quality, tamper-proof, and low latency financial market data feeds. The initial integration involves the launch of the following Chainlink Price Feeds: AAVE/USD, BNB/USD, BTC/USD, CREAM/USD, DAI/USD, ETH/USD, FTM/USD, LINK/USD, SNX/USD, SUSHI/USD, USDC/USD, and USDT/USD. fantom.foundation/blog/chainlink-price-feeds-are-live-on-fantom/

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We are proud to announce that Band Protocol has deployed a validator node on the Fantom! The node has already rallied 1.46M FTM in delegation from the community. Band Protocol has been working closely with the Fantom ecosystem of DeFi applications to provide secure, decentralized oracles including the likes of C.R.E.A.M. Finance. We are excited to further our relationship with Band Protocol as we continue to collaborate on the integration of Band Oracles and introduce new products into the Fantom ecosystem ecosystem including Verifiable Random Functions (VRFs) down the line. fantom.foundation/blog/band-protocol-deploys-a-validator-node-on-fantom-mainnet/

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The new consensus whitepaper is out! This paper consolidates the core technologies and key concepts of our novel Lachesis consensus protocol and Fantom Opera platform, which is permissionless, leaderless and EVM compatible. Huge thanks to the authors: Quan Nguyen Andre Cronje Michael Kong Egor Lysenko Alex Guzev arxiv.org/abs/2108.01900

[2108.01900] Lachesis: Scalable Asynchronous BFT on DAG Streams
This paper consolidates the core technologies and key concepts of our novel Lachesis consensus protocol and Fantom Opera platform, which is permissionless, leaderless and EVM compatible. We introduce our new protocol, so-called Lachesis, for distributed networks achieving Byzantine fault tolerance (BFT)~\cite{lachesis01}. Each node in Lachesis protocol operates on a local block DAG, namely \emph{OPERA DAG}. Aiming for a low time to finality (TTF) for transactions, our general model considers DAG streams of high speed but asynchronous events. We integrate Proof-of-Stake (PoS) into a DAG model in Lachesis protocol to improve performance and security. Our general model of trustless system leverages participants' stake as their validating power~\cite{stakedag}. Lachesis's consensus algorithm uses Lamport timestamps, graph layering and concurrent common knowledge to guarantee a consistent total ordering of event blocks and transactions. In addition, Lachesis protocol allows dynamic participation of new nodes into Opera network. Lachesis optimizes DAG storage and processing time by splitting local history into checkpoints (so-called epochs). We also propose a model to improve stake decentralization, and network safety and liveness ~\cite{stairdag}. Built on our novel Lachesis protocol, Fantom's Opera platform is a public, leaderless, asynchronous BFT, layer-1 blockchain, with guaranteed deterministic finality. Hence, Lachesis protocol is suitable for distributed ledgers by leveraging asynchronous partially ordered sets with logical time ordering instead of blockchains. We also present our proofs into a model that can be applied to abstract asynchronous distributed system.
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