Loom Network Price (LOOM)
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LOOM Price Live Data
The live Loom Network price today is $0.094734 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $518,624,825 USD. Loom Network is up 22.86% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #301, with a live market cap of $94,734,262 USD. It has a circulating supply of 1,000,000,000 LOOM coins and the max. supply is not available.
If you would like to know where to buy Loom Network, the top exchanges for trading in Loom Network are currently Binance, Upbit, Huobi Global, Hotcoin Global, and HitBTC. You can find others listed on our crypto exchanges page.
What Is Loom Network (LOOM)?
Loom Network is a platform as a service that is built on top of Ethereum and allows developers to run large-scale decentralized applications. This platform was released on October 1st, 2017.
The goal of this is to allow application developers to have smart contracts that can access much more computing power when it is required, or maintain the same power at lower costs for tasks such as trials for onboarding new users or applications that simply do not need the full security of blockchain to begin with.
In this system you have the ability to interact with APIs developed by third parties which are not on chain. Loom attempts to be the ultimate platform that allows smart contract developers to create applications without the need to switch to another programming language.
As such, they can easily integrate their applications with the outside world.
The Loom Network runs on Plasma, which is a scaling solution that allows for faster transactions throughout the network.
Who Are the Founders of Loom Network?
The Loom Network was founded by Matthew Campbell, James Martin Duffy and Luke Zhang in 2017.
Matthew Campbell is one of the co-founders and principal of the Loom Network. He is also the principal of Hyperwork Inc, and was also a lead software engineer at Digital Ocean, an instant messaging server architect at Thomson Reuters, an engine mechanic and co-founder of Errplane, a Scala Dude at Tapad, an architect at Bloomberg, a technical architect at Thomson Reuters, a senior R&D engineer at Bertelsmann, he rewrote the Gucci website into Ruby on Rails, he was the lead technical engineer at Superdeluxe and a software analyst at Bellsouth with a background in programming at Listman Home Technologies and Insurance House.
James Martin Duffy is the CMO at Loom Network, and he is also the CEO at Epictetus Ventures as well as the founder of Auragin. Before that, he worked as a developer at Cryptocurrency Trading Bot, and founded KoreaJobFinder. He was also a lead developer at Casual Steps Inc, and a freelance web developer and online marketer before that.
Luke Zhang is the co-founder of Loom Network, and before that he was a lead developer at BlockMason, a developer at Elemica, a developer at Workopolis and a prototyping expert at Shifthub.
What Makes Loom Network Unique?
Loom Network is a platform as a service that allows Ethereum Solidity applications to be run through side chains.
This means that the applications can have consensus mechanisms specific for their needs and potential threat model. Loom makes scaling decentralized applications faster and easier on the Ethereum network and uses the DPoS sidechains for scalability with DApps through the security of Ethereum mainnet.
The LOOM token acts as a membership token that each member receives in order to get access to all of the apps that run on the Loom Network itself. This token functions on all of the DAppChains that run on the Loom Network and lets you transfer digital assets and data between Ethereum and Loom DAppChains.
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How Is the Loom Network Secured?
The Loom Network is secured through a zkLoom protocol for efficient blockchains. The Ethereum network is one of the most popular open-source blockchains for smart contracts and it is backed by the second largest cryptocurrency. Through zkLoom blockchain, you no longer have to trust validators, and can rely on security guarantees provided by Ethereum. Through leveraging Ethereum for security, zkLoom blockchains operate in a secure manner with few validators and as such, it is much easier to bootstrap new blockchains and to operate them at a lower cost.
How Many Loom Network (LOOM) Are There in Circulation?
LOOM is the digital token that is used to pay for services on the Loom Network and it is built on Ethereum in accordance with the ERC-20 standard.
Keep in mind that the LOOM token is not mined and instead it is earned by users who engage with DApps on the Loom Network.
The maximum supply of LOOM tokens is fixed at 1 billion.
Where Can You Buy Loom Network (LOOM)?
When it comes to the top exchanges for trading in Loom Network, these include:
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LOOM Price Statistics
|Loom Network Price||$0.09473|
|24h Low / 24h High|
|Volume / Market Cap||5.47|
|Fully Diluted Market Cap||$94,734,261.94|
|Yesterday's Low / High|
|Yesterday's Open / Close|
|7d Low / 7d High|
|30d Low / 30d High|
|90d Low / 90d High|
|52 Week Low / 52 Week High|
All Time HighMay 04, 2018 (3 years ago)
All Time LowMar 13, 2020 (a year ago)
|Loom Network ROI|
|Circulating Supply||1,000,000,000 LOOM|
|Total Supply||1,000,000,000 LOOM|
|Max Supply||No Data|