- SKALE Network is an elastic network created to add scalability to Ethereum.
- The SKL token can be traded on crypto exchanges like OKX, FTX, etc.
- SKL token’s highest price in the last 30 days was US$0.1629.
The SKALE Network (SKL) crypto gained traction on Wednesday after listing on the Binance US crypto exchange. The SKL token rose 20%, and volume increased 50% in the last 24 hours.
What is SKALE Network (SKL) crypto?
The SKALE Network is an elastic network created to add scalability to Ethereum. Besides low transaction fees, the decentralized project seeks to decrease the latency.
The network claims to enable users to create and run decentralized applications (DApps) in a "decentralized modular cloud" designed to fulfill real-world requirements.
According to SKALE, users can run Solidity smart contracts faster on the platform "at a fraction of the mainnet cost". Games and content streaming service providers already use its facilities.
The SKALE Network’s founders are Stan Kladko and Jack O'Holleran. The SKL token can be traded on exchanges like OKX, FTX, CoinTiger, etc.
The token gained traction after its listing announcement on Binance US on May 31. Binance US said that deposits were also enabled on Tuesday after its listing. The SKL token started trading at 8 am ET on June 1.
Data Source: CoinMarketCap.com
The SKL token was priced at US$0.08091, up 20.43% at 9:46 am ET, while its one-day volume jumped 50.42% to US$40.27 million. It has a maximum supply of 7 billion, a total supply of 4.27 billion, and a current circulating supply of around 3.53 billion.
Its market cap is US$289.32 million, and its fully diluted market cap is US$573.58 million. Its highest and lowest prices in the last 30 days were US$0.1629 and US$0.0589, respectively.
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