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$2.36
9/24/2022, 10:00:50 PM
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Market stats

Market cap

-

Volume (24h)

$3,274.14

Circulating supply

-

All time high

$44.43

Price change (1h)

+0.73%

Price change (24h)

-1.53%

Price change (7d)

-11.26%

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LinkPool is on the decline this week.

The price of LinkPool has fallen by 11.26% in the past 7 days. The price declined by 1.53% in the last 24 hours. In just the past hour, the price grew by 0.73%. The current price is $2.355028 per LPL. LinkPool is 94.70% below the all time high of $44.43.

The current circulating supply is 0 LPL.

About

LinkPool (LPL)

What Is LinkPool (LPL)?

LinkPool (LPL) is a chainlink service provider platform whose primary purpose is to reduce the barrier of entry to the meaningful contribution of the chainlink network. A chainlink is a decentralized network of nodes that delivers information. The LinkPool protocol aims to permit people to earn income through effortless and trustless staking.

Also, the network seeks to reduce the amount of technical knowledge and experience required to run a chainlink node and connect smart contract creators. Smart contracts are just like regular contracts; however, instead of being drafted on paper, these contracts are in the form of protocols on the blockchain. The LinkPool ecosystem has been developing products and services exclusively for the Chainlink network.

LPL is the native token of the LinkPool network. They are used to stake in the staking contract where token holders are entitled to receive a certain percentage of fees gathered by the company's services. Once the LPL tokens are staked in the staking contract, token holders can earn a LinkPool allowance token (LPLA). LPLA token chooses the amount of LPL tokens that can be staked in the LinkPool platform.

Further, LPLA holders can lend their tokens to the Lending Contracts. Users without LPLA tokens can take advantage of that unpracticed allowance. LPLA borrowers tend to pay LPLA lenders a certain amount of their staking rewards. In short, the LPLA holders are incentivized to lend their LPLA.

The LPL and LPLA tokens are ERC-677 tokens that take over capabilities from the ERC-20 token standard and are treated as any other ERC20 tokens. Token holders can store their tokens in any ERC-20 compatible wallet.

History of LinkPool (LPL)

Jonny Huxtable is a founder of the LinkPool network and serves as the platform's technical lead. The token's maximum supply is 100,000,000 LPL tokens.

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FAQ

What is the current price of LinkPool?

The price of 1 LinkPool currently costs $2.36.

What is the market cap of LinkPool?

The current market cap of LinkPool is $0.00. A high market cap implies that the asset is highly valued by the market.

What is the all time high of LinkPool?

The all-time high of LinkPool is $44.43. This all-time high is highest price paid for LinkPool since it was launched.

What is the 24 hour trading volume of LinkPool?

Over the last 24 hours, the trading volume of LinkPool is $3.27K.

What other assets are similar to LinkPool?

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How many LinkPool are there?

The current circulating supply of LinkPool is 0.

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