OCEAN Price Today
Ocean Protocol price today is $0.152515 with a 24-hour trading volume of $5,474,163. OCEAN price is down -1.5% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 430 Million OCEAN coins and a total supply of 613 Million. If you are looking to buy or sell Ocean Protocol, BingX is currently the most active exchange.
What was the highest price for Ocean Protocol?
Ocean Protocol hit an all time high of $1.93 on Apr 10, 2021 (over 1 year).
What was the lowest price for Ocean Protocol?
Ocean Protocol had an all time low of $0.012848322542 on Aug 11, 2019 (about 3 years).
What was the 24 hour trading volume of Ocean Protocol?
The 24 hour trading volume of Ocean Protocol is $5,474,163.
Where can Ocean Protocol be traded?
You can trade Ocean Protocol on BingX, MEXC Global, and Digifinex. Popular trading pairs for Ocean Protocol in the market includes OCEAN/USD, OCEAN/CAD, OCEAN/AUD, OCEAN/GBP, OCEAN/INR, and OCEAN/PHP.
Ocean Protocol is an ecosystem for sharing data and associated services. It provides a tokenized service layer that exposes data, storage, compute and algorithms for consumption with a set of deterministic proofs on availability and integrity that serve as verifiable service agreements. There is staking on services to signal quality, reputation and ward against Sybil Attacks.
Ocean helps to unlock data, particularly for AI. It is designed for scale and uses blockchain technology that allows data to be shared and sold in a safe, secure and transparent manner.
The Ocean Protocol is an ecosystem composed of data assets and services, where assets are represented by data and algorithms, and services are represented by integration, processing and persistence mechanisms. Ocean Protocol facilitates discovery by storing and promoting metadata, linking assets and services, and provides a licensing framework that has toolsets for pricing.
A multitude of data marketplaces can hook into Ocean Protocol to provide “last mile” services to connect data providers and consumers. Ocean Protocol is designed so that data owners cannot be locked-in to any single marketplace. The data owner controls each dataset.