Curve DAO

Curve DAO Price


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CRV Live Price Summary

As of Jul 12, 2024, the global cryptocurrency market cap is $329.13M with a +1.69% change in the last 24 hours. Today's price of CRV is $0.276243, with a 24-hour trading volume of $--. CRV is +1.96% in the last 24 hours, with a circulating supply of 1.19B CRV coins and a maximum supply of 3.30B CRV coins. CRV ranks 174 by market cap. It has a 24H high of $0.278512 recorded on Jul 12, 2024, and its 24H low so far is $0.267197, recorded on Jul 12, 2024.

What Is the Highest Price of CRV?

CRV has an all-time high (ATH) of $15.37 , recorded on Aug 14, 2020.

What Is the Lowest Price of CRV?

CRV has an all-time low (ATL) of $0.221549, recorded on Jul 5, 2024.

About Curve DAO (CRV)

What Is Curve DAO Token (CRV)?

Curve Finance (CRV), one of the leading decentralized exchange (DEX) protocols in the crypto industry, operates an Automated Market Maker (AMM) based exchange with liquidity pools designed to enable low-cost and low-slippage transactions. Curve specializes in stablecoins, such as USDT, USDC, and DAI, as well as wrapped versions of some popular coins, e.g., WBTC, which is the wrapped version of BTC on the Ethereum blockchain.

Curve originated on Ethereum but then expanded its coverage to nine other blockchain platforms – Polygon, Arbitrum, Optimism, Fantom, Avalanche, Moonbeam, Celo, Kava, and Gnosis.

Curve is a completely decentralized platform governed by its user community via Curve DAO, one of the largest DAO entities in the decentralized finance (DeFi) industry.

The CRV token is the native cryptocurrency of the entire Curve ecosystem. It supports the functionality of both Curve Finance and Curve DAO. Based on Ethereum, CRV is an ERC-20 token that can be used on its supported sidechains. 

Curve DAO Token (CRV) Price

CRV started trading in mid-Aug 2020 at an initial price of over $15. However, these levels were not sustainable for the token, and its price started to decline rapidly immediately after the launch. By the end of its first month on the market, CRV had dropped to around $3. The token’s rapid decline rate moderated in September, but it still kept losing value on a more shallow downtrend. In early Nov 2020, CRV touched an all-time low of $0.33.

From then on until Jan 2022, the token experienced a prolonged period of modest gains. During these 14 months, CRV was on a general uptrend, although there were several corrections along the way. By early Jan 2022, CRV had risen to $6.51, its highest price ever after the first month on the market in Aug 2020.

Unfortunately, this peak was the end of the token’s multi-month rise. Since then, CRV has been on a long-term downtrend that has reversed nearly all of its earlier gains. In early Nov 2022, the token dropped below the $1 mark and has been trading at around $0.50 since.

What Is Curve DAO Token (CRV) Used For?

The CRV token has three key functions within the Curve ecosystem – staking, liquidity provider incentivization, and voting. The first two of these primarily concern the Curve DEX, while the last one relates to CRV’s functionality on Curve DAO.

CRV tokens may be used for staking to earn rewards on Curve Finance. Providing liquidity to Curve’s pools also lets you earn CRV rewards.

As noted earlier, Curve is a completely decentralized platform in terms of its governance. This is different from many other DeFi platforms, where operations might be decentralized but the actual platform ownership is in the hands of a centralized entity, usually a for-profit company. Via Curve DAO, CRV token holders own and govern the platform by voting on all the changes and matters related to the protocol.

CRV Tokenomics

According to Curve Finance, CRV has a maximum supply of 3.03 billion. The token’s distribution shares are as follows:

  • 62% community liquidity providers

  • 30% — shareholders (team and investors)

  • 3% employees

  • 5% community reserve

How Does Curve Finance Work?

Curve Finance is one of the most prominent platforms that popularized the AMM-based exchange model. Under this model, DEXs don’t rely on a centralized order book to match buyers and sellers. Instead, traders transact with a liquidity pool made up of a pair of cryptos they intend to swap. In that regard, Curve is quite similar to other liquidity pool-based exchanges like Uniswap and SushiSwap.

The key difference between Curve and Uniswap lies in the assets these two exchanges focus on. Uniswap, the first well-known AMM DEX, has a very broad range of cryptocurrencies on offer. The key business intent of Uniswap is to provide access to as many coin swap options as possible. On the other hand, Curve specializes in stablecoins. The platform aims to provide trading opportunities for anyone who would like to own and exchange stable and predictable assets.

In addition to being focused on the stablecoin market, Curve strives to offer a low-fee trading environment. The platform’s trading fees are very low compared to the majority of other DEXs. Deposit and withdrawal fees are between 0% and 0.02%. The standard swap fee is only 0.04%. Meanwhile, the swap fee on Uniswap is 0.3%, i.e., 7.5 times as high.

Who Is the Founder of Curve Finance? 

Curve Finance was founded by Michael Egorov (CEO).

Read more: What Is Curve Finance and Liquidity Pool in DeFi?

How To Store Curve DAO Token (CRV)

Since CRV is an ERC-20 token, it may be stored using a wide variety of wallets, such as MetaMask, Trust Wallet, MyEtherWallet (MEW), Ledger, and Trezor.

How To Buy Curve DAO Token (CRV)

You can buy CRV from any top crypto exchange, including Bybit. On Bybit, you can trade CRV as a USDT Spot pair (CRV/USDT) or as a USDT perpetual (CRVUSDT).

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