#37. UMA (UMA)
Price of 1 UMA (UMA) = $11.55 AUD
UMA is a decentralized financial contracts platform built to enable Universal Market Access. UMA builds infrastructure for “priceless” financial contracts: DeFi contracts that minimize oracle usage, avoiding many of the security and scalability issues that have plagued decentralized finance. The first contracts built with UMA are priceless synthetic tokens: ERC20 tokens that can track anything while minimizing the need for on-chain price data. The UMA project token powers the system in two ways: Governance: UMA token holders govern what types of contracts can access the system, which asset types are supported, and key system parameters and upgrades. Price requests: the priceless methodology minimizes on-chain price requests but doesn’t eliminate them — when contract interactions are disputed, UMA token holders fulfill price requests via the Data Verification Mechanism, or DVM. UMA tokens enable the holder to participate in community governance and resolve contract disputes through the DVM. The tokens are not an investment opportunity.
UMA Price Analysis
The price of UMA has gone down -0.72% in the past 24 hours.
UMA (UMA) is a cryptocurrency token and operates on the Ethereum platform. UMA has a current supply of 101,009,348.658 with 55,114,573.772 in circulation. The last known price of UMA is $10.56 USD and is down -3.07% over the last 24 hours. It is currently trading on 68 active market(s) with $23,097,470.317 traded over the last 24 hours. More information can be found at https://umaproject.org/.
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