Reported Circulating Supply250,926,200 TWT
Trust Wallet Token price today is $0.074001 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $822,449 USD. Trust Wallet Token is down 1.29% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #347, with a market cap of $18,568,690 USD. It has a circulating supply of 250,926,200 TWT coins and the max. supply is not available. You can find the top exchanges to trade Trust Wallet Token listed on our crypto exchanges page.
Trust Wallet Token, or TWT, is a simple BEP-20 utility token that provides a range of benefits and incentives to Trust Wallet users. Trust Wallet itself is a mobile cryptocurrency wallet that supports dozens of popular native assets, in addition to popular tokens on the Ethereum, Binance and TRON blockchains.
Holders of TWT tokens unlock a variety of benefits when using Trust Wallet, including discounts on in-app cryptocurrency purchases and on the use of decentralized exchange (DEX) services. TWT holders can also participate in the governance of Trust Wallet and can vote on Trust Wallet update proposals, helping to shape the development of the app.
Trust Wallet Token was initially launched as a BEP-2 asset on Binance Chain, but was relaunched as a BEP-20 token on Binance Smart Chain in October 2020.
Trust Wallet was founded by Viktor Radchenko in 2017. Based in Mountain View, California, Radchenko previously held development and engineering roles at several tech firms, and also co-founded Trucker Path in 2013 — the company behind one of the most popular apps for truckers and logistics firms.
Radchenko turned his attention to the mobile cryptocurrency wallet industry when he found that “app stores did not have any open source wallets for Ethereum and ERC20 tokens.”
The platform was acquired by Binance in July 2018 for an undisclosed sum, but Radchenko still works on the platform as part of the Binance team. The full Trust Wallet team is not public, but it is known to comprise over 20 individuals — many of which have overlapping roles at Binance.
Trust Wallet Token is a utility token designed to provide additional value to users of the Trust Wallet mobile app — it doesn’t have any utility outside of the Trust Wallet ecosystem.
Despite this, as a BEP-20 asset, Trust Wallet Tokens can be transferred to any wallet that supports Binance Smart Chain assets, where it may be exchanged against other assets or used as payment for services. Since it also confers voting rights and governance over the development of Trust Wallet and can be used for discounted DEX trades and in-app purchases, TWT has gone on to develop value of its own as a speculative instrument.
TWT was also one of the first tokens to launch on Binance Smart Chain (BSC) — a high-performance blockchain designed for smart contracts and decentralized applications (DApps). As a result, TWT can be transferred with extremely low fees and near-instant transaction confirmation times.
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As part of the transition to Binance Smart Chain, 99% of the original TWT token supply was burned and the new maximum supply was set at 1 billion TWT — of this, just over a quarter is currently in circulation.
The circulating supply of TWT will gradually grow as TWT tokens are earned by Trust Wallet users for completing various tasks, such as by participating in referral campaigns, taking quizzes and completing tasks within the app — like cryptocurrency staking and trading.
As per the official source, 40% of the TWT token supply will be targeted towards user acquisition, 15% will be distributed to the Trust Wallet community, 30% will be held in reserve and 15% is allocated to developers. As of October 2020, Trust Wallet has not yet published the full tokenomics or emission schedule for the Trust Wallet Token.
Based on Binance Smart Chain, the Trust Wallet Token is backed by a rigorously tested proof-of-stake (POS) consensus mechanism. This is used to protect the network against a range of potential threats, including 51% and Sybil attacks.
It’s also protected by a generous bug bounty program operated by Binance, which pays up to $10,000 in BNB to anybody that discovers a vulnerability on Binance Chain and its core smart contracts.
Beyond this, as a BEP-20 asset, TWT is secured by the security of the wallet software used to manage it. For Trust Wallet, this includes a passcode security lock and a 12-word recovery phrase.
Trust Wallet Token is available to purchase and trade on a variety of platforms — including both centralized and decentralized exchanges. MXC and Binance DEX are among the most liquid exchanges for TWT. The token is currently tradable against a range of other cryptocurrencies, including Tether (USDT), Bitcoin (BTC) and Binance Coin (BNB).
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|Trust Wallet Token Price||$0.074001 USD|
|Trust Wallet Token ROI||1,013.92%|
|Market Cap||$18,568,690 USD|
|24 Hour Volume||$822,449 USD|
|Circulating Supply||250,926,200 TWT|
|Total Supply||1,000,000,000 TWT|
|Max Supply||No Data|
|All Time High|
(Oct 11, 2020)
|All Time Low|
(Jul 31, 2020)
|52 Week High / Low|
$0.185179 USD /
|90 Day High / Low|
$0.185179 USD /
|30 Day High / Low|
$0.185179 USD /
|7 Day High / Low|
$0.102304 USD /
|24 Hour High / Low|
$0.079800 USD /
|Yesterday's High / Low|
$0.080890 USD /
|Yesterday's Open / Close|
$0.080107 USD /
|Yesterday's Change||$-0.003031 USD (-3.78%)|
|Yesterday's Volume||$1,086,331 USD|