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Aave

Aave (AAVE)

$74.46 USD (18.75%)
0.00402769 BTC (14.80%)
0.12896465 ETH (11.57%)
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  • Market Cap
    $886,180,302 USD
    47,936 BTC
    1,534,893 ETH
  • Volume (24h)
    $221,520,707 USD
    11,983 BTC
    383,681 ETH
  • Circulating Supply
    11,901,655 AAVE
  • Total Supply
    16,000,000 AAVE
  • Max Supply
    16,000,000 AAVE

About Aave

Aave price today is $74.46 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $221,520,707 USD. Aave is up 18.75% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #29, with a market cap of $886,180,302 USD. It has a circulating supply of 11,901,655 AAVE coins and a max. supply of 16,000,000 AAVE coins. The top exchanges for trading in Aave are currently Binance, Huobi Global, HBTC, Binance.KR, and OKEx. You can find others listed on our crypto exchanges page.

What Is Aave (AAVE)?


Aave is a decentralized finance protocol that allows people to lend and borrow crypto.

Lenders earn interest by depositing digital assets into specially created liquidity pools. Borrowers can then use their crypto as collateral to take out a flash loan using this liquidity.

Aave (which means “ghost” in Finnish) was originally known as ETHLend when it launched in November 2017, but the rebranding to Aave happened in September 2018. (This helps explain why this token’s ticker is so different from its name!)

AAVE provides holders with discounted fees on the platform, and it also serves as a governance token — giving owners a say in the future development of the protocol.

Who Are the Founders of Aave?


Aave, and its predecessor ETHLend, were founded by Stani Kulechov. At the time, he was frustrated at the lack of lending applications on Ethereum — and his project was built before decentralized finance even existed.

Kulechov is a serial entrepreneur who went to law school and began programming when he was a teenager. He was an early adopter in the blockchain space. The CEO has said that he wanted to rebrand ETHLend as Aave so the company could offer a wider range of services beyond Ether lending.

According to Kulechov, Aave’s main target market are people who are already engaged in the cryptocurrency community.

What Makes Aave Unique?


Aave has several unique selling points when compared with competitors in an increasingly crowded market. During the DeFi craze in the summer of 2020, it was one of the biggest projects in terms of the total value of crypto locked in its protocol.

The project allows people to borrow and lend in about 20 cryptocurrencies, meaning that users have a greater amount of choice. One of Aave’s flagship products are “flash loans,” which have been billed as the first uncollateralized loan option in the DeFi space. There’s a catch: they must be paid back within the same transaction.

Another big selling point is how those who borrow through Aave can alternate between fixed and variable interest rates. While fixed rates can provide some certainty about costs during times of volatility in the crypto markets, variable rates can come in handy if the borrower thinks that prices will fall in the near future.

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How Many AAVE (AAVE) Coins Are There in Circulation?


Circulation is linked to the total value locked on Aave, as tokens are burned whenever the protocol gathers fees.

An initial coin offering was held in November 2017, where $16.2 million was raised by selling one billion AAVE tokens at a rate equivalent to $0.0162 a piece. At the time, 23% of AAVE tokens were assigned to its founders and project.

AAVE tokens have been built based on the ERC-20 standard, and they are designed to be deflationary. In the event of a shortfall in the DeFi protocol, staked tokens would be used as collateral as a last resort.

In July 2020, Aave unveiled plans to hold a token swap. This means that the 1.3 billion AAVE tokens in circulation would be swapped for the newly minted AAVE cryptocurrency at a ratio of 1:100, creating a total supply of 16 million AAVE. (Three million of this would be held in reserve.)

How Is the Aave Network Secured?


Aave’s open-source protocol is built on Ethereum, a blockchain that is currently making the transition from Proof-of-Work to Proof-of-Stake.

Where Can You Buy Aave (AAVE)?


Some of the biggest exchanges that list AAVE tokens include CoinDCX, Binance, CoinBene and OKEx. You can find out more about how to convert fiat into crypto here.


Aave Price Today
Aave Price$74.46 USD
24 Hour High / Low
$75.57 USD /
$64.24 USD
24 Hour Volume$221,520,707 USD
Market Cap$886,180,302 USD
Market Rank#29
Yesterday's Aave Price
Yesterday's High / Low
$69.56 USD /
$62.04 USD
Yesterday's Open / Close
$63.95 USD /
$68.85 USD
Yesterday's Change$4.90 USD (7.67%)
Yesterday's Volume$161,791,286 USD
Historic Aave Price
7 Day High / Low
$77.29 USD /
$50.38 USD
30 Day High / Low
$82.17 USD /
$25.97 USD
90 Day High / Low
$82.17 USD /
$25.97 USD
52 Week High / Low
$82.17 USD /
$25.97 USD
All Time High
$82.17 USD
(Nov 20, 2020)
All Time Low
$25.97 USD
(Nov 05, 2020)
Aave ROI
> 9000%
Aave Supply Details
Circulating Supply11,901,655 AAVE
Total Supply16,000,000 AAVE
Max Supply16,000,000 AAVE
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