STX

Preço StacksSTX

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$0.3214-0,92%
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Quanto vale Stacks?

O preço de Stacks hoje é $0,33, com volume de negociação de $368.905,17 nas últimas 24 horas. O preço de Stacks é baixa 1.41% nas últimas 24 horas. O preço de STX para USD é atualizado em tempo real. A classificação atual de valor de mercado desta cripto é 63, com valor de mercado de $430,35M em tempo real. A oferta circulante é de 1.336.807.705 STX, e a oferta total é de 1.818.000.000 STX.

Desempenho do preço de Stacks em USD

Período de tempo
Alterar quantidade
Var %
Hoje$ 0,00-0,92%
7 dias$ -0,01-4,20%
30 dias$ 0,00-0,12%
Este ano$ -1,92-85,71%

Stacks market information

Alta/baixa de 24 h
Baixa em 24 h$0,33
Último preço $0,33
Alta em 24h$0,33
Classificação do índice de popularidade
332
Classificação de valor de mercado
63
Valor de mercado
$430,34M
Classificação de favoritismo
0.37%
Maior alta até agora
$3,39
Maior baixa até agora
$0,04559639
Data de lançamento inicial
25/10/2019
Preço de lançamento inicial
$0,12
Oferta circulante
1.336.807.705
Valor de mercado em circulação
$430,34M

Sobre Stacks (STX)

Stacks — originally Blockstack — is the name of a Layer-1 blockchain network that attempts to bring smart contracts and decentralized applications to Bitcoin. The network's native cryptocurrency is also called Stacks, but you'll often see it referred to by its ticker symbol, STX.

Those behind the Stacks network set out to create a platform on which to build a more open, user-owned internet — often referred to as Web 3.0. The project leverages the Bitcoin blockchain's security but features a novel programming language called Clarity.

Clarity allows developers to test smart contracts mathematically before they go live. This reduces the chance of vulnerabilities in the code being discovered later.

Stacks transactions are faster and more flexible than BTC transactions, though they benefit from the Bitcoin network's unrivaled security. This is achieved via a mechanism called proof-of-transfer, or PoX, which connects the two chains.

Stacks miners send an existing proof-of-work cryptocurrency — in Stacks' case, BTC — to "Stackers" on the Stacks network. Miners also propose a block of transactions to be recorded to the Stacks blockchain. The Stacks protocol selects a miner at random to add their block, and the chosen miner receives a reward in STX. Meanwhile, Stackers lock up STX to earn a share of the BTC that Stacks miners transfer.

About STX price and tokenomics

Current levels of supply and demand determine STX price. While the supply's issuance is fixed by the protocol, a variety of factors influence demand. Increased STX buying with no change in supply pushes the Stacks price up.

Stacks users pay for transactions and computations using STX. Additionally, those supporting the network by "Stacking" must lock up STX, which discourages selling. The fact that the network rewards Stackers with BTC may make STX even more sought after, too. This should positively impact Stacks' price.

Stacks launched with 1.3 billion STX already minted. New STX comes into circulation with each new block added to the Stacks blockchain. Originally rewarding Stackers with 1,000 STX per block, the number halves around every four years. However, unlike BTC's own halving schedule, Stacks halvings stop when new issuance has fallen to 125 STX per block.

About the founders

Muneeb Ali and Ryan Shea founded the New York-based Blockstack PBC — later rebranded to Hiro PBC — at Princeton University in 2013. The company sought to use the Bitcoin network as the foundational layer of a more decentralized internet. Their vision attracted early funding from Union Square Ventures and others.

After several years of development, an alpha version of the Blockstack developer platform went live in 2017. Additional funding came from Lux Capital and Digital Currency Group, as well as a registered token sale restricted to accredited investors. In 2018, the first version of the Stacks mainnet went live.

Following extensive consultation with the SEC, the project ran the first fully compliant token offering in mid-2019. The $15.5 million raised helped to fund work on an updated version of the network that launched in early 2021. This current version of Stacks introduced both the Clarity programming language and the proof-of-transfer consensus mechanism.

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