"The Algorand Foundation’s sale target for 2020 is no more than 150 million Algos. The Foundation plans to use a mixture of mechanisms to sell Algos, ranging from public auctions using a listing partner to structured selling and private sales."
Is the Dutch auction still being utilized and will the private Algo sale price be published?
I guess this is not available to the United States?
Algorand: The Launch Of Comprehensive Smart Contract Capabilities To Power DeFi Announcing Availability of Rekeying Update on 200M Staking Rewards Program PlanetWatch Mainnet / Biweekly update 15th August 29th August
Hey folks - rarely stray from BTC or XMR but ALGORAND has caught my eye. Did I miss this ship?
AlgoSigner Browser Extension Now Available for Chrome (provides MetaMask-like functionality to Algorand)
My goal with this coin is to ultimately hold at least 2000 of this coin and I most certainly want to add more. With this dip in cost, my mouth is drooling being able to add more at a discount, my question is how low do we think Algo goes?
Algorand to gain position between #28 and #34 in CMC before 9/16/2020. Let’s see if my modeling holds up...Only says it will break into that range, does not indicate holding that range however. This is not financial advice in any manner whatsoever. This post is strictly for entertainment purposes and should not be used as investment advice in any capacity.
It's been sitting in the dump with little action? :\
Hi all. Does Algorand have a road-map? I don't see it in both the Algorand and the Algorand Foundation websites? I find that a bit strange.
a. Algorand scales better than every ERC-20 token and possibly better than Ethereum. b. Algorand has had faster development times than most ERC tokens that have been available in the market for the past year or more; c. Algorand completes transaction finality faster than most every ERC-20 token; and reaches finality faster than Ethereum,currently.
That being said, I can justify in greater detail why Algorand should be resting at least at a position of #29 just below Aave. We can compare development cycle, available budget, latest developments, etc., and Algo would best ETC in almost every case.
a. Better than ETC which has undergone another successful hack yet again. b. Better than Cosmos as stated in my reply on another thread.
That brings it down to Monero’s level at #16. The question is which is likely to get greater adoption. Monero has privacy however that would run afoul of legislative efforts in many countries. Advantage: Algorand. Monero also is not as friendly with its UX as Algorand. Advantage, Algorand. Algorand also allows for staking and is more environmentally friendly. There are points to both but adoption leans in favor of Algorand pushing it into position #15.
That puts it up against Tron. I’ll state the obvious. Algorand has a better team hands down. Algorand should at least be in position #14.
Positions #12-14 are occupied by strong competitors (Stellar, EOS, Tezos, Cardano). I could argue against 3 of the 4 and could hold a decent line, and against the last, Cardano, I’d have to point out that Algorand does not fork, has finality faster (currently), Daedalus has issues right now, Algorand does not require stake pools, and Smart contracts are at layer 1. However, Cardano has better transparency, a better more active community, and when hydra is out it should scale to new heights.
I’m not really a fan of the EOS model, or the endless ICO so I’ll refrain from comments on that. So with that, Algo should be somewhere in the 12-14 range in my opinion.
Hi, I have algo on binance can I send algorand wallet this coin, I have not any ledger nano.. etc