The price of EVER rose by almost 30% per day

The price of EVER rose by almost 30% per day

The price of EVER rose by almost 30% per day

The cost of the native blockchain coin Everscale (EVER) has increased by more than 27% over the past day. The data says it CoinMarketCap.

As of 20:00 Moscow time, the price of the asset exceeded $0.31, rising from $0.24. The trading volume of EVER for the same period increased by more than 220%.

                                               EVER price chart. Source: CoinMarketCap

The probable reason was the activity of the project participants in the field of DeFi and the transition to a new ecosystem management model Everscale (formerly Free TON).

According to the service DeFi Llamafor the last month, the volume of blocked funds (TVL) on the decentralized exchange FlatQube — the largest DeFi application on the Everscale blockchain — has doubled, from $31.7 million to $63.7 million. In the last 24 hours alone, this figure has increased by more than a third.

Recently, FlatQube hosted the QUBE token sale and started paying farming rewards in it.

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The developers have also launched Octus Bridge is a cross-chain bridge for transferring assets between Ethereum, BNB Chain, Polygon, Phantom and Everscale networks. Avalanche and Milkomeda are planned to be added to this list in the future.

Also, in Everscale launched DAO for holders EVER. To participate in voting, you need to transfer the native coin to a “wrapped” analogue of WEVER and block it in a special smart contract. Voting participants are paid rewards.

According to the site Ever DAOit has already held 9 votes on the development of Everscale, and the total amount of WEVER locked in the DAO contract has exceeded 17.7 million tokens.

Formerly Amaze online store website design platform announced on collaboration with key developer Everscale. The goal of the partnership is to introduce the ability to integrate NFT functionality into websites without having to write code.

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