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What is Maker?
Regarded as the first decentralised finance (DeFi) project in the world, MakerDAO is a lending and borrowing platform that eliminates the need for middlemen. It is built on Ethereum and makes use of smart contracts to automate all of its internal transactions as well as govern its associated stablecoin, DAI, which has its value pegged to the US dollar in a 1:1 ratio. MKR is the native cryptocurrency of the MakerDAO ecosystem and has one basic purpose – to help support the value of the DAI token, which is used in all of the platform’s native lending operations. Furthermore, owners of the MKR token can also make key decisions and judgments pertaining to the ecosystem.
Maker (MKR) is the 62nd largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $2,300,366,466. The current price of Maker is $2551.23, which is 7.692%
higher than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $2560.08 and $2369 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of September 23, 2021 03:09 UTC.
Maker (MKR) price
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Maker at a glance
Information last updated September 23, 2021 03:09 UTC.
|Total MKR supply||991,328|
|All time high||US$6,292.31|
|Notable team members||Rune Christensen|
|Partnerships||Digix, L4 Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz|
Maker price performance over time
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