Origin Protocol aims to enable blockchain-powered commerce. The Origin Platform allows buyers and sellers to connect and transact on the blockchain. The project's goals are to reduce/remove unnecessary transaction fees charged by intermediaries, promote open and censorship-resistance commerce, and give early ecosystem participants stakes in the commerce network as it grows over time.
Origin's main product offering is the Origin Platform that powers many different applications in the ecosystem. The project released the first version of the Platform to the Ethereum Mainnet in October of 2018 and has since upgraded its features several times since then. In addition to supporting third-parties, Origin has released several first-party applications on top of the Platform, including the Dshop e-commerce store creator (www.originprotocol.com/dshop), the Origin Marketplace DApp (www.shoporigin.com), and Origin Deals (www.origindeals.com).
Origin currently powers over a dozen partner e-commerce and marketplace applications on its Platform.
The Origin Platform consists of a series of smart contracts at the protocol layer, intermediary APIs that allow for in-house and third-party app creation, and the application/UX layer that end users interface with to buy/sell on the network. The components of the Platform are designed to be modular, and Origin strongly encourages other developers, e-commerce merchants, and marketplace operators to create their own applications for various business use cases. Origin is built on Ethereum and IPFS, and Origin Tokens (OGC) are ERC-20 tokens.
Origin's founding team and early engineers include one of the original co-founders of PayPal, YouTube's first employee, and engineering managers from Dropbox and Google. The two co-founders, Matthew Liu and Josh Fraser have successfully built and sold previous companies together in the past.
Origin's lead investor is Pantera Capital. They are also backed by Foundation Capital, Blockchain.com Ventures, Hashed, PreAngel Fund, BlockTower Capital, FBG, Sora Ventures, and other venture/crypto funds as well as angel investors Steve Chen (co-founder of YouTube), Alexis Ohanian (co-founder of Reddit), Garry Tan (former Ycombinator partner), Gil Penchina, and Steve Jang (founding advisor and angel investor in Uber).
|Preço de Origin Protocol||$0.165202 USD|
|ROI de Origin Protocol||37.66%|
|Ranking no mercado||#334|
|Cap. de Mercado||$21,534,709 USD|
|Volume em 24 horas||$11,250,033 USD|
|Fornecimento Circulante||130,353,924 OGN|
|Fornecimento Total||1,000,000,000 OGN|
|Fornecimento Máximo||Sem Dados|
|Valor mais alto|
(Aug 13, 2020)
|Valor mais baixo|
(Jan 30, 2020)
|Alta / Baixa em 52 semanas|
$0.638066 USD /
|Alta / Baixa em 90 dias|
$0.638066 USD /
|Alta / Baixa em 30 dias|
$0.244786 USD /
|Alta / Baixa em 7 dias|
$0.190713 USD /
|Alta / Baixa em 24 horas|
$0.172989 USD /
|Alta / Baixa ontem|
$0.172989 USD /
|Abertura / Fechamento de ontem|
$0.171284 USD /
|Mudança de ontem||$-0.006803 USD (-3.97%)|
|Volume de ontem||$11,067,728 USD|