I have a question about the current circulating supply. Just some minutes ago was 75 million according to coinmarketcap, but right now shows around just 22 million. Any reason of this? What is the correct number?
Thanks for the responses, I actually saw that you posted on your twitter informing about this situation. I'm glad I could help informing over this. But it isn't just a problem with coinmarketcap, I tried three more pages, and two of them were in the same situation (https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/asch and http://coincap.io/), but one showed a higher marketcap ( https://bravenewcoin.com/market-cap/ ), probably because it just accounts total supply.
Hi guys. Unfortunately there has been a mistake, and Coinmarketcap is beeing contacted to update this. It is confirmed that the circulated supply is the same as the total supply found at the top of the block explorer: http://asch.pub/
There is also the forging inflation, which is based on this table (source: http://docs.asch.mobi/en/docs/asch_delegate_forging.html)
The block rewards of Asch system start from the beginning of block 464500. The initial reward was 3.5 coins.
The reward will decrease every 3 million blocks and it lasts about 1 year.After 15464500 blocks, the reward will be fixed and the inflation rate every year is less than 1.5%.
The following are the various stages of the block reward
reward initial height end height
3.5 464500 3464500
3 3464500 6464500
2.5 6464500 9464500
2 9464500 12464500
1 12464500 15464500
0.5 15464500 —
May be in the data on the emergence of a deviation, the team has known the news, and is being verified, and then will make a note, thank you for your attention.
@aschwifi1 what is your source
Coinmarketcap.com display the wrong data. The correct circualting coins are 75 million and the total supply are 110 million.
That's the actual circulating supply. Coinmarketcap took a while to update it.
Yes I'm wondering also. What happened?