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💱 Kraken listing Tezos (XTZ)
Crypto exchange Kraken announced that it would list Tezos ($XTZ). Trading began on Tuesday. Tezos has three key features: liquid proof-of stake consensus, smart contract verification, and on-chain governance.
🥧 Number of Tezos bakers is growing
After about three weeks of operation the Tezos ($XTZ) blockchain has seen an increase in the number of validators, or what they call bakers, on the network. Despite a range of bakers, 108 in total excluding those run by the Tezos foundation, concentration remains a concern. Currently, the top two bakers control 20 percent of all staked XTZ while the foundation controls slightly less than 50 percent.
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Tezos conducted an ICO from June 28, 2017 to July 13, 2017, in which 65,681 BTC and 361,122 ETH were raised. In return, 607,489,040 XTZ allocated for ICO participants will be created at genesis. On top of the initial genesis supply, an additional ~76.3 million XTZ will be created for the Tezos Foundation and DLS (Dynamic Ledger Solutions). The XTZ that will be created and allocated to the Foundation and DLS is subject to a 4-year vesting schedule with monthly cliffs. This will create an aggregate allocated supply of 763,306,929 XTZ.
In addition to the aggregate allocated supply, Tezos plans to employ ongoing proof-of-stake rewards. Entities who stake, called "bakers", will collectively receive 5%* annual inflation in the form of new XTZ. Note that because anyone can "bake", this issuance is theoretically non-dilutive for existing XTZ holders who opt to bake.
* The whitepaper notes that this figure may go up to 5.4%, but that there's also an additional possibility that the protocol may be changed to have an asymptotic (ie, capped) ultimate supply curve.
This is a number ranging from -1 to 1, which represents the degree to which movements in the two assets are historically correlated. Specifically, OCFX is calculating the Pearson Coefficient over the daily returns of the two assets. This is calculated over the time-range the chart is set to, and will be re-calculated if the chart's time-range is changed.
A negative number indicates that if asset A moves in one direction, asset B has historically most likely moved in the opposite direction. Similarly, positive values indicate prevelance of same-direction moves.
The Bletchley 10 is composed of 10 of the largest cryptoassets, weighted by marketcap. As such, it tends to track the 'large-caps'.
The Bletchley 20 is composed of 20 medium-capitalization cryptoassets.
The Bletchley 40 is composed of 40 small-capitalization cryptoassets.
Together, these indexes give good at-a-glance understanding of how large-caps are performing relative to medium/small-caps over the past 24 hours.
For further detail on Bletchley index construction, asset eligibility, rebalancing, and weightings, see the Bletchley Indexes methodology detail page.