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The price of Function X has fallen by 1.10% in the past 7 days. The price declined by 1.57% in the last 24 hours. In just the past hour, the price shrunk by 1.83%. The current price is $0.17 per FX. Function X is 92.54% below the all time high of $2.29.
The current circulating supply is 408,520,357 FX.
FX is an Ethereum token that powers Function X, which comprises a core blockchain, cross-chain protocol, and platform for decentralized applications. FX can be used to pay for services such as smart contract creation and data storage, to vote for network upgrades, and for staking on the network.
or f(x) is a decentralized network solution powered by technology and smart devices, meaning that the network does not depend on any individual, organization, or structure. The platform aims to bring blockchain to the world of telephony, data transmission, storage, and other industries, thereby creating a world far beyond financial transactions and transfers. Blockchain technology prevents data monopolization and allows small innovators to develop and flourish by leveraging the data and resources shared on the blockchain.
As stated in the , the f(x) network is supported by end-user smart devices operating as blockchain nodes. These devices include XPOS and XPhone created by Pundi X, as well as a variety of other hardware components created by other original equipment manufacturers. Moreover, the Function X network consists of five core components: Function X Operating System (OS), Function X distributed ledger (blockchain), Function X IPFS, FXTP Protocol, and Function X Decentralized Docker. The goal of all five components is to decentralize all services, apps, websites, communications, and, most crucially, data.
The native utility token of the Function X ecosystem is the FX coin that can be used for a variety of purposes on the platform. FX is an token that is believed to power Function X, which includes a cross-chain protocol, a core blockchain, and a decentralized application platform (). Users can utilize the coin for in-app purchases, smart contract creations, transaction fees, advertisements, hosting fees, and cross-border/borderless transactions as a currency.
, founded in 2017, developed Function X, and David Ben Kay, the president of Function X, leads the Function X Foundation. Currently, David Ben Kay is also serving as the chief legal counsel for Pundi X. Earlier, he was a member of the Ethereum Foundation's governing board, general counsel of Microsoft China, and managing partner of Denton Hall.
The white paper version 1.0 was released on December 27, 2018. Further, the mainnet of Function X went live on July 6, 2021, after three years of development. According to the Function X team, the creation of the blockchain was driven by their desire to extend the capabilities of their POS (point-of-sale) network (XPOS) beyond finance applications.
To begin with, the four main participants of the f(x) ecosystem, the consumers, infrastructure service providers, developers, and financial service providers, create a positive value flow. As more service providers and consumers adopt the f(x) ecosystem, more FX coin liquidity is created.
The coin generation in f(x) is based on the proof-of-service (PoS) concept. This consensus mechanism enhances the security of the network while maintaining high throughput and performance. Since service providers are so important in the f(x) ecosystem, motivation and facilitation is their top priority. So, the ecosystem’s objectives are aligned with service providers’ objectives. As a result, the ecosystem has to set up a Tipping Jar (similar to ) to encourage and facilitate existing miners to migrate to the f(x) ecosystem and become infrastructure service providers or attract new players to the ecosystem. Service fee (from payer) + tipping (from Function X network creation) = income for service provider.
The main idea behind this concept is that the f(x) blockchain will generate a set amount of FX coin every second, which will be distributed among service providers.
The maximum supply of FX coins is capped at 1,893,022,625.
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The price of 1 Function X currently costs $0.17.
The current market cap of Function X is $69.78M. A high market cap implies that the asset is highly valued by the market.
The all-time high of Function X is $2.29. This all-time high is highest price paid for Function X since it was launched.
Over the last 24 hours, the trading volume of Function X is $167.41K.
The current circulating supply of Function X is 409 million.
The median time that Coinbase customers hold Function X before selling it or sending it to another account or address is 6 days.
Function X ranks 123 among tradable assets on Coinbase. Popularity is currently based on relative market cap.
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