Solanium Coin Price & Market Data
Solanium price today is $2.27 with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,871,262. SLIM price is down -6.9% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 50 Million SLIM coins and a total supply of 100 Million. If you are looking to buy or sell Solanium, Gate.io is currently the most active exchange.
Solanium is a platform for fundraising and trading on the Solana blockchain. The platform includes a DEX, staking, wallet management, governance and a launchpad.
Users can stake SLIM tokens to receive xSLIM. xSLIM is the platform’s governance token that is used for:
- Early or exclusive pool access
- Launchpad fee distribution
- Better odds in the lottery to win allocation in projects
- Vote in governance proposals
The Solanium platform includes:
- A launchpad / accelerator for new projects launching in the crypto ecosystem.
- Integrated wallet management to let the users manage their wallets.
- A (Serum) DEX UI.
- Governance and proposals.
- Integrations with other ecosystem projects.
When did Solanium launch?
The SLIM token sale was held on May 22, 2021 with 5 million SLIM tokens being sold. At the same time an airdrop was distributed of 1 million SLIM tokens over 500,000+ participants.
Where is the Solanium team located?
The team is located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Type: SPL Token on Solana
Total supply: 100,000,000 SLIM (fixed)
Token contract: xxxxa1sKNGwFtw2kFn8XauW9xq8hBZ5kVtcSesTT9fW
Initial circulating supply: 30,000,000 SLIM
Initial market cap: $6,000,000 USD
Private sale price: $0.133 - $0.183 USD
Public sale price: $0.20 USD
Both our seed and private sale rounds are distributed over many different participants. By distributing our seed, private and public sales we are trying to create the most fair token distribution on launch possible with no single entity holding large quantities of the supply. For token vesting, we will use Bonfida's vesting contracts to lock tokens ahead of the public sale. For sake of transparency all addresses and vesting seeds will be published here, but you can already get an overview of it if you take a look at the distribution page in the explorer.
Circulating supply over time