0x (ZRX) price, chart, coin profile and news

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What is 0x?

0x is an open-source and permissionless protocol designed to seamlessly integrate with ERC-20 tokens. In simple terms, 0x’s goal is to enable the exchange of assets on the Ethereum blockchain.

One of the main applications of the 0x protocol is for the creation of decentralised smart contract-operated exchanges. This is necessary to mitigate the risks of theft or misconduct found with centralised exchanges. Many exchanges that carry out smart contract-facilitated trading are already using 0x.

The 0x Protocol uses the ZRX token to offer transfer and storage of value across multiple ERC20 projects, execute transactions on the 0x protocol and act as a common token.

0x (ZRX) is the 141st largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $295,016,550. The current price of 0x is $0.34917, which is -0.022% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.374698 and $0.347593 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of August 18, 2022 05:08 UTC.

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0x (ZRX) price

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0x at a glance

Information last updated August 18, 2022 05:08 UTC.
Coin symbol ZRX
Coin Marketcap US$295,016,550
Total ZRX supply 1,000,000,000
Circulating ZRX 847,496,055
Current price US$0.34917
All time high US$2.50
All time high date March 13, 2020
Notable team members Will Warren, Amir Bandeali
Partnerships Celo, Aragorn
Industry Decentralised finance
Token uses Utility token, relayer fee payments
Network Ethereum

0x price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of US$0.34917.

1 hour -6.13%
24 hours -0.02%
7 days -0.30%
14 days -5.97%
30 days -5.52%
60 days 3.02%
200 days 9.13%
1 year 39.85%

ADA adoption

Globally, roughly 18% of crypto owners say they hold Cardano (ADA), according to Finder's Cryptocurrency Adoption Index. Cardano is most popular with crypto owners in Hong Kong (23%), whereas just 9% of crypto owners in Venezuela say they hold ADA.

The percentage of crypto owners who say they own ADA sits at 18% following the August report, in line with the results from July.

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