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Rocket Pool Price (RPL)
Rocket Pool (RPL)
$20.09 -2.2%
0.00067155 BTC -0.8%
0.00986180 ETH 0.4%
11,005 people like this
24H Range
Market Cap $325,327,403
24 Hour Trading Vol $670,388
Fully Diluted Valuation $361,657,931
Total Value Locked (TVL) $452,764,612
Fully Diluted Valuation / TVL Ratio 0.8
Market Cap / TVL Ratio 0.72
Circulating Supply 16,191,801
Total Supply 18,000,000
Max Supply 18,000,000
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Rocket Pool Price Today
Rocket Pool Price $20.09
Market Cap $325,327,403
Market Cap Dominance 0.02%
Trading Volume $670,388
Volume / Market Cap 0.0021
24h Low / 24h High $19.90 / $21.21
7d Low / 7d High $16.84 / $26.49
Market Cap Rank #139
All-Time High $59.46 -66.2%
Nov 09, 2021 (6 months)
All-Time Low $0.008847178068 226959.6%
Aug 28, 2018 (over 3 years)

RPL Price Today

Rocket Pool price today is $20.09 with a 24-hour trading volume of $670,388. RPL price is down -2.2% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 16 Million RPL coins and a total supply of 18 Million. If you are looking to buy or sell Rocket Pool, BKEX is currently the most active exchange.

What was the highest price for Rocket Pool?

Rocket Pool hit an all time high of $59.46 on Nov 09, 2021 (6 months).

What was the lowest price for Rocket Pool?

Rocket Pool had an all time low of $0.008847178068 on Aug 28, 2018 (over 3 years).

What was the 24 hour trading volume of Rocket Pool?

The 24 hour trading volume of Rocket Pool is $670,388.

Where can Rocket Pool be traded?

You can trade Rocket Pool on BKEX,, and Hotbit.

Rocket Pool is a next generation decentralised staking network and pool for Ethereum 2.0

Rocket Pool is a self-regulating network of node operators; it automatically adjusts its capacity to match demand. The Rocket Pool protocol token is used to maintain an optimal capacity by:
Increasing capacity when needed, by incentivising node operators to join.
Decreasing capacity when not needed, by disincentivising node operators from joining.

In addition to depositing ETH, a node operator is required to deposit a set amount of RPL per ether they are depositing. This RPL:ether ratio is dynamic and is dependent on the network utilisation. E.g:
If the network has plenty of capacity, then node operators need more RPL to make deposits. It gets progressively more expensive in terms of RPL to make node deposits when the network does not have enough ETH from regular stakers to be matched up with node operators. This helps prevent several attack vectors outlined in the whitepaper and keeps assignment of ether ‘chunks’ to nodes quick.
If the network is reaching capacity, then node operators need less RPL to join as the network needs more node deposits to be matched up with regular users deposits. If the network is maxed out and needs node operators to join quickly, it even drops to 0 for the first one to make a deposit.


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