Polymath (POLY) price, chart, coin profile and news

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What is Polymath?

Polymath is a securities token platform designed to act as an interface between financial securities and the blockchain. It aims to simplify and streamline the complex technical and legal challenges of conducting a token launch. One of the key premises of Polymath is the belief that financial securities such as stocks, bonds, venture capital, private equity and more will soon be replaced by tokens that live on the blockchain.

Founded in 2017, Polymath offers a decentralised protocol that embeds all the necessary regulatory requirements into the tokens themselves. The protocol also verifies crypto wallet addresses to ensure that only authorised investors are able to transact with a particular security token.

Polymath aims to provide a link between Wall Street and blockchain, providing a scalable platform where companies can issue securities on the blockchain using a standardised token protocol known as ST-20. The goal behind tokenising these assets is to provide investors with higher liquidity and to open capital markets to the world’s 2 billion unbanked adults.

To issue securities on Polymath and interact with the platform, the protocol uses its native utility token, POLY.

Polymath (POLY) is the 192nd largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $202,591,680. The current price of Polymath is $0.31978542, which is 4.335% higher than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.3283892 and $0.30649848 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in Australian dollars (unless otherwise noted) and accurate as of May 17, 2022 08:05 UTC.

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Polymath (POLY) price

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Polymath at a glance

Information last updated May 17, 2022 08:05 UTC.
Coin symbol POLY
Coin Marketcap AUD$202,591,680
Total POLY supply 1,000,000,000
Circulating POLY 898,550,830
Current price AUD$0.31978542
All time high AUD$3.2092
All time high date February 20, 2018
Notable team members Chris Housser, Vincent Kadar
Partnerships Cardano, IdentityMind, SelfKey
Industry Privacy coins
Token uses Token minting, utility token, payments
Network Ethereum

Polymath price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of $0.31978542.

1 hour 0.29%
24 hours 4.33%
7 days -12.11%
14 days -34.48%
30 days -44.90%
60 days -43.59%
200 days -67.53%
1 year -30.22%

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