Criptomonedas:  7,800Mercados:  33,539Cap. de Mercado:  $530,352,600,000Volumen de 24 horas:  $147,299,005,843Dominio BTC:  61.8%
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Filecoin (FIL)

$30.06 USD (-0.14%)
0.00169958 BTC (-5.61%)
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  • Cap. de Mercado
    $1,285,516,952 USD
    72,692 BTC
  • Volumen (24h)
    $114,203,295 USD
    6,458 BTC
  • Acciones en circulación
    42,770,440 FIL
  • Acciones totales
    42,770,440 FIL
  • Acciones máximas
    2,000,000,000 FIL

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What Is Filecoin (FIL)?

Filecoin is a decentralized storage system that aims to “store humanity’s most important information.” The project raised $205 million in an initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017, and initially planned a launch date for mid-2019. However, the launch date for the Filecoin mainnet was pushed back until block 148,888, which is expected in mid-October 2020.

The project was first described back in 2014 as an incentive layer for the Interplanetary File System (IPFS), a peer-to-peer storage network. Filecoin is open protocol and backed by a blockchain that records commitments made by the network’s participants, with transactions made using FIL, the blockchain’s native currency. The blockchain is based on both proof-of-replication and proof-of-spacetime.

Who Are the Founders of Filecoin?

Filecoin was founded by Juan Benet, who also created the Interplanetary File System. Benet is an American computer scientist who studied at Stanford University. After founding Protocol Labs in May 2014, he attended Y Combinator in the summer of 2014 with the intention of supporting both IPFS and Filecoin, as well as other projects.

What Makes Filecoin Unique?

Filecoin aims to store data in a decentralized manner. Unlike cloud storage companies like Amazon Web Services or Cloudflare, which are prone to the problems of centralization, Filecoin leverages its decentralized nature to protect the integrity of a data’s location, making it easily retrievable and hard to censor.

Decentralized storage systems like Filecoin allow people to be their own custodians of their data, as well as makes the web more accessible to people worldwide. Since participating in the Filecoin network by mining and storing is directly related to winning more block rewards, Filecoin incentives participants to act honestly and store as much data as possible

Check out CMC Alexandria’ deep dive into Filecoin.

We’ve also prepared a list of the 5 things that decentralized storage aims to fix.

See terms you don’t know? Check out our glossary on Alexandria.

How Many Filecoin (FIL) Coins Are There in Circulation?

Protocol Labs describes Filecoin’s tokenomics, or economic model, as a “market for data” where users can sell their storage space to other users, who are looking to rent. Five stakeholders will be able to trade tokens: developers, clients, miners, token holders and ecosystem partners. There will also be three Filecoin markets, according to Protocol Labs: file storage, file retrieval and on-exchange token trading.

In fall 2020, 400 miners participated in what was called the “Space Race” testnet phase, increasing Filecoin’s network data capacity by over 325 pebibytes; approximately 3.5 million FIL tokens will be released to the Space Race participants.

How Is the Filecoin Network Secured?

Filecoin is secured through proof-of-replication and proof-of-spacetime. In the Filecoin network, nodes that are also known as retrieval miners are in competition to serve clients with data as quickly as they can. They are then rewarded with FIL fees, which encourages a network of nodes that want to replicate and preserve files.

Storage miner nodes are constantly competing for contracts to provide storage to clients to a specific length of time. When a storage miner and their client agree on a deal, the storage miner holds the client’s data in a sector and “seals” it to create a unique copy of that sector’s data. Storage miners are rewarded with FIL by clients as deal fees, and these miners can also mine blocks and receive a block reward.

Where Can You Buy Filecoin (FIL)?

Ahead of the Filecoin mainnet launch, Gemini and Kraken have announced support for FIL. Huobi will list FIL after the mainnet goes live.

For more information about buying crypto, see CoinMarketCap’s easy guide here.

Filecoin Price Today
Precio de Filecoin$30.06 USD
Máximos/mínimos en 24 horas
$30.33 USD /
$29.60 USD
Volumen de 24 horas$114,203,295 USD
Cap. de Mercado$1,285,516,952 USD
Nivel de mercado#22
Actualizado últimamenteNov 28, 2020
Yesterday's Filecoin Price
Máximos/mínimos de ayer
$30.97 USD /
$29.46 USD
Apertura/cierre de ayer
$29.94 USD /
$29.92 USD
Cambio de ayer$-0.016170 USD (-0.05%)
Volumen de ayer$137,123,750 USD
Historic Filecoin Price
Máximos/mínimos en 7 días
$39.67 USD /
$27.72 USD
Máximos/mínimos en 30 días
$39.67 USD /
$27.29 USD
Máximos/mínimos en 90 días
$131.86 USD /
$13.97 USD
Máximos/mínimos en 52 semanas
$131.86 USD /
$2.23 USD
Máximos en todos los tiempos
$131.86 USD
(Oct 15, 2020)
Mínimos en todos los tiempos
$1.83 USD
(Aug 29, 2019)
ROI de Filecoin
Filecoin Supply Details
Acciones en circulación42,770,440 FIL
Acciones totales42,770,440 FIL
Acciones máximas2,000,000,000 FIL
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