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total supply of a cryptocurrency - how is it selected?

On what basis is the final number of units of a given cryptocurrency selected? Is the fact that a given coin will have 280 million units in some way explainable, e.g. due to some mathematical ...
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Do any consumer/customer participate in ICO?

Many people buy tokens in ICO for selling them in a higher price in the future. Maybe we can call this type of participants the investors. But I am wondering how many consumers/customers who want to ...
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How would a bank run instance be handled by a DEX?

How would a DEX like Uniswap handle a hyptothetical situation where every LP in a pool tries to withdraw at the same time? At any instance, taking into consideration the trading activities in a ...
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How to get liquidity of tokens (example bnb - cake)?

I need to get liquidity of tokens. Example, bnb - cake, new token - bnb, new token - busd. I found 2 options as I can. First option, It use lp address. https://bscscan.com/token/...
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Query on the NFT Property Replication related EIP Standard / ERC Specification

I am working on an NFT project that requires replication of the original NFT and regeneration of NFT metadata in a sequential and recursive manner. Can somebody recommend the token specification from ...
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How do farming/staking platforms really profit? [closed]

Sorry if this question isn't directly related to Ethereum, but to DeFi in general. I understand how we, users of platforms like PancakeSwap, Aave, Curve and such, can profit from these platforms when ...
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How are tokens priced when traded in quantities on Uniswap?

I’m new to cryptocurrency and have gone through the entire documentation for Uniswap, but unfortunately still can’t seem to find an answer to this question. I’ll describe my question in this ...
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How is the initial price of a cryptocurrency determined?

I know how or what affects the price of a mature coin (buying and selling). But when it is first minted, what determines its initial price? This is not a philosophical question I'm asking. I was ...
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How much does it cost to send all tokens to a liquidity pool?

I'm creating a token, and will create a liquidity pool on pancakeswap with a BNB pairing. If I have 20 billion tokens, and send them all to the pool with a price of $0.0000001/token. How much would it ...
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Could Ethereum support decentralized and not-for-profit stock markets, futures markets, etc?

A lot of the discussion I've heard around crypto seems to fixate on the currency aspect. However, to truly decentralize the global economy, it seems to me like you'd have to also decentralize the ...
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when are ethereum fees the lowest? Do they ever drop at a high rate?

"Can the prcies ever really drop ?Not a dollar but actually in terma of more then just a dollar or two ? a noticable rate? I know the less traffic the less gas but isthere any other ways to wrok-...
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Is it possible to use smart contracts to do money transfers? If so, how?

I've recently gotten into blockchain and I was having trouble understanding smart contracts. Is it possible to use smart contracts to do money transfers? Something similar to Venmo I guess. when I ...
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Do some crypto-assets have an “admin key” that allow some users to exercise “unilateral control and influence” over the asset?

I am reading the SEC prospectus Coinbase's initial public offering, available here. On page 20, it is written: Many crypto assets have concentrated ownership or an “admin key”, allowing a small group ...
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Dollar price of PYRO on Coinbase has risen 400% but relative swap rate for ETH on Uniswap remains the same - why?

I swapped ETH for PYRO when the Australian dollar (AUD) price of PYRO was showing as around $0.00008 on Coinbase. The AUD price of Ether was around $2314 (AUD), so I swapped 0.04 ETH for 1,157,000 ...
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Liquidity Of Token In Pancake

i tried to connect my token via pancake just want to ask if i remove LP of my token so ppl can still trade or not? And if someone bought my token will his money convert into LP? And if yes? Then if i ...
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Do ETH and ETH-based utility tokens face a velocity problem for investors?

This question specifically is about Ethereum and other cryptocurrency coins, but should be applicable to any asset as far as I understand. I was a reading a valuation paper by Grayscale Research and ...
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Why won't Ethereum underlie the emerging smart contract economy? [closed]

The following post says The new smart contract economy will not be based on ETH. The main trand of development in this sphere now is the creation of private or permissioned intercorporate, interbank ...
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Which mining pool has been heavily shorting Ether?

This video shows that f2pool miners are guilty for suppressing Bitcoin's recent upwards momentum in price since f2pool is selling around 14,000 bitcoins per day. Can a certain Ether miner be similarly ...
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Does ownership of a large quantity of ETH set you up for the impending smart contract economy better than the have-nots? [closed]

We can agree that ETH is not held by people to purchase goods in the same way that Bitcoin does in practice by today's standards, so instead, can the utility of hording ETH be explained away with the ...
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Temporarily ownership and Revokable ownership of NFT

Is NFTs(ERC721 or ERC1155) allow to "temporarily own by an address" and the issuer can "cancel ownership of NFT of the address" or "directly assign it to a new address without ...
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What economic incentive does anyone have to mine Ropsten and other networks?

Ethereum 1.0 has a basic limitation, as all global blockchains do: each block can only hold so many transactions. Due to this scarcity, every time even one application gets too popular on the main ...
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Can we compare bonding curve tokens to a ponzi scheme?

Bonding curve tokens are, unlike ICO, not driven by the market, but priced by a smart contract. They are based on the following two main properties : Limitless supply : Tokens are minted as the ...