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Aurora (AOA)

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-0.34%
0.22%
4.0%
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Aurora Volume by Exchange

# Exchange Pair Price 24h Volume Volume %
1
Updated 15 minutes ago
$0.01
0.0000846 ETH
$83,344.76
8055810.369 AOA
57.82%
2
Updated 16 minutes ago
$0.01
0.00000284 BTC
$54,575.09
5223225.435 AOA
37.49%
3
Updated 19 minutes ago
$0.01
150 IDR
$6,829.17
644643.991 AOA
4.63%
4
Updated 24 minutes ago
$0.01
0.0000027 BTC
$77.38
7788.904 AOA
0.06%
Quick Stats
Aurora Price $0.01
Market Cap $34,817,111
Market Cap Dominance 0.03%
Trading Volume $144,842
24h Low / 24h High $0.01 / $0.01
Market Cap Rank #91
All-Time High $0.06
Since All-Time High -83%
All-Time High Date Jul 18, 2018 (6 months)
1 Hour -0.34%
24 Hours 0.22%
7 Days 4.0%
14 Days 15%
30 Days -28%
60 Days -46%
1 Year
Aurora/Bitcoin Ratio 1 BTC = 353893.55 AOA
Misc. Info
Genesis Date -
Hashing Algorithm -
Hashrate N/A
Block Time minutes
Available/Total Supply 3.35 Billion / 10 Billion How is this calculated?
Complete Metrics Score
25%
Total
Major Exchanges Trading Activity
28%
Liquidity
Source Code Repository Activity
0%
Developer
Social Media & Discussion Board
9.5%
Community

About Aurora

Auroracoin is a decentralised, peer-to-peer, and secure cryptocurrency released as an alternative to the Icelandic Króna to bypass governmental restrictions associated with the national fiat currency. It was launched with the aim of becoming the ‘official’ cryptocurrency of Iceland. AUR was a pioneer in the area of country-specific cryptocurrencies. AUR was launched on the 25th of January, 2014, by an anonymous developer who went by the pseudonym of Baldur Friggjar Óðinsson. It was originally based on Litecoin, using the Scrypt algorithm with a Proof of Work mechanism, but was later updated to use a multi-algorithm architecture in 2016, forked from DigiByte.

Auroracoin uses the PoW consensus mechanism, which utilises device hashing power to solve a complex mathematical problem in order to authenticate a transaction proposed to be stored in the blockchain. The difficulty of solving the problem ensures that authenticating forged transactions is very difficult unless the attacker owns an impractically large chunk of the network’s total hashing power. AUR is one of the only cryptocurrencies to use a combination of five different hashing algorithms, namely Grøstl, Qubit, scrypt, SHA-256, and Skein.

While initially very popular, Auroracoin has seen little to no activity for a while, with poor marketing, and frequent dev team changes. Reasons for little growth have been various, from slow adoption in Iceland, to developers leaving and joining the project midway. However, it is expected to not go lower than the recent low, and might see a rise as AUR plans to launch a more aggressive marketing campaign in Iceland to promote the coin among the masses. Unlike most other altcoins, Auroracoin has made extensive changes to the original codebase. It has introduced security measures such as Automatic checkpointing, and protecting against known flaws present in the BTC blockchain, such as 51% block replacement attacks.