OHM

Olympus v2 price 
OHM

$12.02  

0.44% (1d)

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Market cap
 

0.00%

$19,982,171
#2637
Volume (24h)
 

88.31%

$1,279,739
#1090
Volume/Market cap (24h)
 
6.40%
Self-reported circulating supply
 
1,663,068 OHM
Total supply
 
1,416,029 OHM
Max. supply
 
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Fully diluted market cap
 
$17,013,937
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Price performance
24h 
Low
$11.64
High
$12.15
All-time high
Nov 16, 2021 (2 years ago)
$3,209.43
-99.63%
All-time low
Nov 26, 2022 (a year ago)
$7.61
+57.94%
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Popularity
In watchlists49,930x
729th / 8.9K
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About Olympus v2

What Is Olympus (OHM)?

Olympus is an algorithmic currency protocol with the goal of becoming a stable crypto-native currency. Though sometimes called an algorithmic stablecoin, Olympus is more akin to a central bank since it uses reserve assets like DAI to manage its price. The goal is to achieve price stability while maintaining a floating market-driven price. The biggest difference between OHM and stablecoins like USDC is that OHM is backed but not pegged to a certain price. Technically, the price floor for OHM is 1 DAI, but practically a premium and the treasury value is added to the price. OHM differs from other algorithmic stablecoins like Ampleforth (AMPL) because it issues OHM to buy DAI and other assets and maintain a treasury. This mechanism is similar to FEI; the key difference is that FEI keeps a dollar peg, and Olympus allows its token to float.

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