Today's OurGlass price is $0.000000000345, which is down 1% over the last 24 hours. OurGlass's market cap is $318,370. 24 hour GLASS volume is $199.56. It has a market cap rank of 1231 with a circulating supply of 922,679,434,285,038 and max supply of 1,000,000,000,000,000. OurGlass is traded on exchanges. OurGlass had an all-time high of $0.0000000134 11 months ago. Over the last day, OurGlass has had 0% transparent volume and has been trading on 11 active markets with its highest volume trading pairs being .
A fully decentralized, frictionless, yield producing, Artificially Intelligent token, on the Binance Smart Chain. Offering automated DEFI rewards to holders.
GLASS token uses a fair system of taxing each token transaction with a constant percentage. Reducing circulating supply, and redistributing GLASS rewards to holders to create further value for its users. It applies an automated, built-in regulatory mechanism, to mitigate the risks of price inflation, and gradually reduces total supply in proportion with transaction volume and frequency. At the base of the GLASS Token, is a unique reflector algorithm that utilizes programmed intelligence to implement a fair and consistent passive accumulation of tokens directly to holders’ wallets.
During the launch phase of Our.glass, 50 trillion GLASS were sent to the 0x000-01 burn address. By sending GLASS to the burn address, the burn address became a GLASS holder - and like all other GLASS holders, the burn address receives a portion of all the GLASS transaction fees. But unlike all the other holders of GLASS, these GLASS can not be moved, ever. This creates a permanent burn of GLASS, making the token supply deflationary. This also strengthens the ever-growing price floor from the auto liquidity being stacked by transaction fees.... A simple way to explain this is: When coins are sent to the burn address, they are coins that can never be sold. So they are negative-sell-pressure.