Aragon

ANT

#175 rank

ANT to usd

$7.43

BTC 0.000146

24H ANT price

-$0.149

-2.00 %

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ANT market cap

The total market value of a cryptocurrency's circulating supply. It is analogous to the free-float capitalization in the stock market.

Market Cap = Current Price x Circulating Supply.

$320,675,540

ANT 24H trading volume

A measure of how much of a cryptocurrency was traded in the last 24 hours.

$3,397,030

ANT diluted market cap

The market cap if the max supply was in circulation. Fully-diluted market cap (FDMC) = price x max supply.

If max supply is null, FDMC = price x total supply

$320,675,540

ANT circulating supply

The amount of coins that are circulating in the market and are in public hands. It is analogous to the flowing shares in the stock market.

43,179,247

ANT total supply

43,179,247

ANT all time high

$14.71

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aragon.one

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Live Aragon Price Today

The live Aragon price today is $7.43 as of 2/23/2024, with a 24-hour trading volume of $3,397,030.

Aragon's price is down -2.00% in the last 24 hours.

Currently, Aragon ranks 175 out of 35198 coins according to CryptoMarketCap.

Aragon has a live market cap of $320,675,540, a circulating supply of 43,179,247 ANT coins and a maximum supply of 43,179,247 ANT coins.

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What is Aragon (ANT)?

Aragon is a suite of applications and services that enable new forms of global communities and facilitate the easy creation of DAOs (decentralized autonomous organizations).

These communities can be organized or structured around capital assets, currency, or tokens that increase in value as more people hold and use them to participate in the community.

Aragon goes far beyond the provision of basic financial tools like tokenization. For example, the platform can create reproducible and broadly applicable templates for defining the boundaries of a community and creating value flow to contributors without traditional intermediaries.

To date, Aragon has powered the creation of over 1,700 organizations, with well over $900 million in assets stored. Many of these organizations are now well established in their own niches, including Avantgarde Finance, Decentraland, 1Hive, Daonuts, and Pocket Network.

Who are the Founders of Aragon?

Aragon was founded by Luis Cuende and Jorge Izquierdo in November 2016. According to the Aragon manifesto, the project was created to disintermediate the creation and maintenance of organizations. They position it as a force empowering freedom by creating liberating tools leveraging decentralized technologies. The manifesto is supported by the Aragon Association, which is the legal steward of the Aragon project. It is a Switzerland-based non-profit responsible for managing the $190+ million project treasury that was raised in the Aragon Network Token sale.

How Does Aragon Work?

To continually expand the frontier of decentralized governance, Aragon has an entire suite of tools and products, including Govern, Client, Voice, and Court, that developers can pick up easily.

Foremost among these is Aragon Govern, a software for creating and governing organizations such as DeFi projects, gaming guilds, cooperatives, non-profits, clubs, companies, and more. An implementation of the ERC-3000 standard for binding off-chain voting, Aragon Govern uses the “Optimistic” design where actors are assumed to be behaving rationally and with good intentions until proven otherwise.

Actors with permissions in the DAO can submit actions, which can then get executed after a defined time window. These can also be disputed with the chosen mechanism for resolving these challenge/response games, most often a subjective oracle. The actions can also be vetoed by an actor with the corresponding permissions before they are executed.

A Govern DAO has two key pieces related to actions and execution: the action queue and the executor.

Aragon Govern’s action queue is what most users interact with directly. It holds the DAOs configuration parameters, and it’s where actors can schedule, execute, veto, and challenge actions. Meanwhile, through the executor, Govern DAOs can hold funds and interact with any arbitrary protocol.

This system allows for complex user flows in a single action, such as a community deciding via a Snapshot vote to use pooled funds in the Executor to gain interest through different lending protocols.

Aragon is far more than just Aragon Govern, however. From a technical perspective, Aragon can be compared to an operating system for human organizations. This implies a deep tech stack, which is provided by the Aragon client. This full dApp (decentralized application) allows developers to carry out sandboxing, app listing, transaction pathing, human-readable transactions, and more.

What makes Aragon Unique?

Aragon is a compelling platform fighting for freedom using technological innovation, and products like Vocdoni help to make it an even more complete offering.

Vocdoni is a purpose-specific voting blockchain built on top of Tendermint, designed to be resilient to network outages and vote manipulation. Network participants can check the integrity of the whole election, with the blockchain being entirely end-to-end verifiable.

With democracy being such a key component of human freedom and therefore so heavily under assault across the world, developments like Vocdoni show just how serious Aragon is about its manifesto.

How is the Aragon Network Secured?

Aragon is an Ethereum-based platform, and the majority of its products are Ethereum-based dApps or smart contracts. As a result, Aragon is kept secure by Ethereum’s proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus mechanism, which sees validators stake a minimum of 32 ETH to the protocol.

What is the Use of ANT?

The Aragon Network Token, or ANT, is an ERC-20 token that allows holders to govern the Aragon protocol.

How Much ANT is In Circulation?

The ANT token has a circulating supply of over 41.9 million, with a total supply of over 43 million ANT, making it almost completely diluted.

How Do You Buy ANT?

As an ERC-20 token, ANT is easy to acquire on multiple Ethereum-based decentralized exchanges (DEXs). Uniswap is the first port of call for most ERC-20s, but other platforms like Balancer also offer ample liquidity.

It’s also possible to buy ANT on centralized platforms. Many of what are considered the top exchanges provide significant ANT liquidity and multiple trading pairs, allowing you to buy the token with other cryptos, stablecoins, and even fiat.

How Do You Store ANT?

You can store ANT in any Ethereum-compatible wallet. To take part in platform governance, hot wallets like Metamask tend to be very popular, but hardware wallets like Ledger will do a great job of keeping your ANT safe.

Is ANT a Good Investment?

ANT is a cryptocurrency with somewhat limited utility, given that it is mainly used in Aragon governance, but that in itself has significant value. The entire philosophy behind Aragon is about giving people freedom, and it is arguably true that democracy is a foundational element of that.

Aragon makes it easy to create novel types of organizations. This may prove to be a crucial differentiator, given how ineffective and corrupt existing organizations are prone to becoming. As such, the most idealistic investors may look at ANT as the chance to have a deciding vote in one of Web3’s vanguard for a freer, fairer future.

About ANT

  • Category Infrastructure
  • Coin Type ERC-20
  • Proof n/a
  • Hash -
  • Total Supply 43176145
  • Holders 17,549
  • Inflation -
  • Hard Cap -
  • Mineable No
  • Premined No
  • ICO Price (USD) -
  • ICO Price (ETH) -
  • ICO Price (BTC) 0.01
  • ICO Start Date 5/18/2017
  • ICO End Date 5/18/2017
  • Total USD Raised $25,000,000

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