HNS - Handshake Price, Charts, All-Time High, Volume & Markets - In USD, EUR, CNY etc. | Nomics

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Market Cap
Transp. Vol.
Transparency GradeA gradeA grade(Transparent)
Circulating Supply245,001,514
Max Supply2,040,000,000

Today's Handshake price is $0.185865, which is down 10% over the last 24 hours. Handshake's market cap is $45.54M. 24 hour HNS volume is $365,511. It has a market cap rank of 103 with a circulating supply of 245,001,514 and max supply of 2,040,000,000. Handshake is traded on exchanges. Handshake had an all-time high of $0.649363 11 days ago. Over the last day, Handshake has had 25% transparent volume.

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Handshake Statistics

Price Change
-$0.020965 (-10.14%)
All-Time High$0.649363
Date of ATH2/8/2020
Days Since ATH10
% of ATH28.62%
Price vs ATH
Market Cap$45.54M
Mkt Cap Change
-$4.88M-$4,882,392 (-9.68%)
Mkt Cap Rank103
Mkt Dominance0%
Mkt Dominance
Circulating Supply245,001,514
Max Supply2,040,000,000
% in Circulation12.01%
% in Circulation
Vol. Change
-$84,153-$84,153.43 (-18.71%)
Exchange VolumeUnknown
Transparent Volume25%
Transparent Volume (Δ)
Transparent Volume
A - 25%
D - 75%

About Handshake

Handshake is a decentralized, permissionless naming protocol where every peer is validating and in charge of managing the root DNS naming zone with the goal of creating an alternative to existing Certificate Authorities and naming systems. Names on the internet (top level domains, social networking handles, etc.) ultimately rely upon centralized actors with full control over a system which are relied upon to be honest, as they are vulnerable to hacking, censorship, and corruption. Handshake aims to experiment with new ways the internet can be more secure, resilient, and socially useful with a peer-to-peer system validated by the network's participants. Handshake is an experiment which seeks to explore those new ways in which the necessary tools to build a more decentralized internet. Services on the internet have become more centralized beginning in the 1990s, but do not fulfill the original decentralized vision of the internet. Email became Gmail, usenet became reddit, blog replies became facebook and Medium, pingbacks became twitter, squid became Cloudflare, even gnutella became The Pirate Bay. Centralization exists because there is a need to manage spam, griefing, and sockpuppet/sybil attacks. Previous decentralized systems largely stopped working due to spam. If it were costly to grief on the internet using decentralized systems, the need for trusted centralized corporations to manage these risks decrease. Internet services and platforms may benefit from building on top of a decentralized system which is specifically designed for resilience against sybil attacks. As we may redecentralize.

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