Filecoin
FilecoinFIL4.40$ +0.80%

Blockchain-based distributed file transfer and storage

38 Rank
1.56B$ Market cap
26.31M$ 24H Volume

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Filecoin Price statistic
Filecoin price today
Filecoin price
4.40 $
Price change (24h)
0.80% 0.035 $
Trading volume (24h)
26.31M $
Market Dominance
0.147%
Market rank
#38
Filecoin price history
All Time High
Apr 1 2021 (1 year ago)
98.11% 234.00 $
Filecoin Market Cap
Market Cap
1.56B $
Filecoin Supply
Circulating Supply
299.09M FIL

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Filecoin basics

Name

Filecoin

Category

Infrastructure

What is Filecoin?

Filecoin is a decentralized data storage network built by Protocol Labs that allows users to sell their excess storage on an open platform. It acts as the incentive and security layer for IPFS (InterPlanetary File System), a peer-to-peer network for storing and sharing data files. Filecoin turns IPFS' storage system into an "algorithmic market," where users pay storage providers in Filcoin's native token, FIL, to store and distribute data on the network.

Filecoin token type

Token name

FIL

Token type

Native

Token uses

Payments

What is Filecoin used for in 2022?

The Filecoin token (FIL) is the native crypto token of the Filecoin network, similar to bitcoin and ether. Token holders can use FIL to participate and transact in the Filecoin network. In particular, users pay miners in FIL to store or distribute data and to retrieve their information. Storage providers also post FIL as collateral to provide a minimum level of guarantee of their service, which gets slashed should a deal with a customer fall through.

Filecoin history and first price

Launch style

Crowdsale, Private Sale

When did Filecoin launch?

Within a short timespan in 2017, Filecoin raised $52 million in an advisor pre-sale followed by a $153 million public offering through token sale platform CoinList. It raised these funds using a relatively new method known as a Simple Agreement for Future Tokens (SAFT). The SAFT is a legal agreement inspired by the Simple Agreement for Future Equity (SAFE), pioneered by Y Combinator. It gives accredited investors an allocation of tokens once the network is live in return for an upfront investment.

Of the $205 million raised, $52 million was sold to advisors at a rate of $0.75 per FIL token, with an additional discount of between 0% and 30%. Vesting for advisors ranged from one to three years. The remaining $153 million was raised from investors with FIL tokens priced based on a linearly increasing function. The starting price for the sale was $1.00 per FIL and increased up to $5.00 per FIL using the formula (price = $ amount raised / 40 million), with a hard cap of 200 million FIL sold. Investor tokens, from the advisor and token sale rounds, will vest on variable periods with a six-month minimum.

FIL has a max supply of two billion, of which 600 million were pre-allocated at genesis according to the following allocations (percentages based on max supply):

  • 10.5% was allocated to Protocol Labs with a 6-year linear vesting
  • 4.5% was allocated to Protocol Labs team member and contributors with a 6-year linear vesting
  • 7.5% was allocated to 2017 SAFT investors with a 6-month to 3-year linear vesting
  • 2.5% was allocated to future fundraising or ecosystem development
  • 5% was allocated to the Filecoin Foundation with a 6-year linear vesting

The remaining 70% of the total supply is allocated to Filecoin miners and will be released over time to reward providing data storage service, maintaining the blockchain, distributing data, and running applications.

How did Filecoin come about?

Filecoin is looking to provide an alternative to traditional online storage providers and protocols. Its technology acts as an incentive layer for the peer-to-peer file transfer system IPFS (InterPlanetary File System), which uses hash-addressed content structures to store data instead of centralized servers and IP addresses. This is intended to reduce redundancy, increase permanence, and improve efficiency.

Filecoin incentivizes IPFS by rewarding storage providers and retrievers for contributing resources to the system. The network also comes with built-in Ethereum integration allowing developers to access data on Ethereum’s blockchain and interact with its smart contracts.

Filecoin is being developed by Protocol Labs, a development firm founded in 2014 by Juan Benet. Benet and crew constructed Filecoin and IPFS in tandem, raising a few Seed equity rounds to fund the process. In 2017, the team hosted a token sale to secure funds for Filecoin's development, which raised around $205 million in one of the largest token offerings at the time.

Protocol Labs seeks to build a fundamental layer for data infrastructure that can be used by both blockchain and traditional providers, like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. The project plans to achieve this goal by creating a marketplace in which any user who has storage capacity can connect to the network, creating a supply of unused storage both in consumer hardware as well as data centers of existing businesses. The Filecoin team believes this will reduce the price of storage in a way similar to how sharing economy companies like Airbnb reduced the price of short-term rentals in marketplaces traditionally dominated by large players with large capital requirements.

Filecoin roadmap 2022
Devnets
March 2019 · Testnet Launch

Use-case specific devnets opened to protocol developers, miners, and other users to work with

Internal Testnet
June 2019 · Testnet Launch

Testnet of go-filecoin nodes starting in 100s, gradually ramping up orders of magnitude

Alphanet Launch
September 2019 · Testnet Launch

The alphanet is a long-running Filecoin network

Public Testnet: Phase 1
December 2019 · Testnet Launch

Filecoin's first public testnet will allow prospective storage miners and clients to start experimenting with the mining hardware requirements and the data storage/retrieval capabilities of the network. The testnet also provides developers with the resources to begin building Filecoin-based applications. The testing ground only support the lotus client at launch, but the team plans to connect other implementations, including Filecoin’s Go client, before moving on to Phase 2.

See Filecoin's development roadmap here

Public Testnet: Phase 2
May 2020 · Testnet Launch

The team expects to enter its second testnet phase with multiple secure and interoperable Filecoin implementations. Testnet Phase 2 will also include a security review and audit for all clients as well as a "trusted set up ceremony," which will help prepare the project for its mainnet launch.

The team anticipates for this phase to run until Jun. 26, 2020, setting up the network for a tentative mainnet launch in mid-July or August. Filecoin initially expected to release Phase 2 around Feb. 24 but has pushed back the launch date multiple times for reasons related to ensuring network stability and the coronavirus pandemic.

See Filecoin's development roadmap here

Space Race Incentivized Testnet
August 2020 · Testnet Launch

Filecoin launched an incentivized testnet to encourage prospective developers and miners to stress test the network prior to its mainnet launch, anticipated for Sep. 2020. The event will run for three weeks and will involve miners competing to onboard as much storage capacity as possible to the network. The top 100 miners globally will earn FIL token rewards based on how much storage they and the network achieve during the test period. Any rewards earned will be encoded into the genesis block and will vest linearly over six months from mainnet launch.

Learn more: Filecoin’s Space Race Blog Post Space Race Developer Documentation

Mainnet Launch
October 2020 · Mainnet Launch

The Filecoin mainnet launched at block 148,888, which arrived on Oct. 15, 2020. will introduce its long-awaited file storage network with mining incentives for those providing storage resources. The event will also begin distributing Filecoin's native token, FIL, to crowdsale investors that first purchased the token back in 2017.

Learn More: Announcing Mainnet Ignition & Liftoff Filecoin Mainnet is Live

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Filecoin technology explained

Protocol Labs introduced many new technologies in its Filecoin whitepaper that could add value to multiple blockchain projects. Filecoin is secured by proof-of-work in the same way that bitcoin is, but this work is specifically related to storage of data Instead of finding a random nonce to make the block hash fit in a target range, the networks proof-of-work is restricted to proving that a miner has stored data for a specific duration and replication. This is achieved with two new types of proof-of-work: proof-of-replication (PoRep) and proof-of-spacetime (PoSt).

Proof-of-replication allows a server to convince a user that some data has been replicated to its own uniquely dedicated physical storage while proof-of-spacetime allows an efficient prover to convince a verifier that they are storing some data for a specified duration of time.

These proofs allow Filecoin to solve issues with large-scale storage networks made of independent parties, by making it theoretically impossible to falsify data storage records to increase miner rewards. Competitors like Siacoin ($SC) and Storj ($STORJ) lack this functionality, though they have not yet created enough storage demand for this to be a significant issue.

Miner proofs are used to create a network based on three primary methods, put, get, and manage. The put and get methods are responsible for putting data in storage and accessing it on client request respectively. The manage method is responsible for managing the marketplace by matching buy and sell orders as well as managing buyer and seller reputation on the platform.

These methods are executed across two marketplaces, storage and retrieval, which are managed by the different miners. Protocol Labs believes that miners will often participate in both markets. Storage miners are responsible for receiving put requests and storing client data while also pledging collateral proportional to the data. They will be penalized by losing this collateral in the event of invalid or missing proofs. Storage providers run the manage method in conjunction with clients and auditors. Retrieval miners are responsible for managing get requests and giving clients their data. While retrieval miners do not need to pledge collateral, they are still compensated in the native Filecoin for performing work for the network.

Filecoin core contributors
Individuals
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Juan Benet
Founder and CEO at Protocol Labs
Juan Benet is the founder and CEO of Protocol Labs, a research, development, and deployment lab. He is the inventor of the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a protocol to make the web faster, safer, and more open, and Filecoin, a cryptocurrency incentivized storage network. The IPFS Project has grown into a large open-source movement to re-decentralize the web and safeguard user data. He studied Computer Science at Stanford University.
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Protocol Labs
Protocol Labs is a research, development, and deployment institution for improving Internet technology with great user experience design and an open-source approach to creation.
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Filecoin supply limit

General Emission Type

Fixed Supply

Precise Emission Type

Premined Rewards

Is capped

Yes

Max supply

2000000000

Who funds Filecoin core development?
Individuals
Companies
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Fred Ehrsam
Co-founder and Board Member at Coinbase
Investor in Coda Protocol
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Naval Ravikant
Investor and Project Advisor
Naval is a founder of AngelList and CoinList. He's also a founder and Partner at the oldest altcoin fund, MetaStable Capital. He is a seed investor in Twitter, Uber, Wish, Thumbtack, Postmates, Kraken, Yammer, Stack Overflow, ZCash, Protocol Labs, BlockStack, Chia, Coda Protocol, and OpenDoor.
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Sam Altman
President of Y Combinator
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Meltem Demirors
Chief Strategy Officer at Coinshares
Meltem Demirors is Chief Strategy Officer of CoinShares, the digital asset manager, and a cryptocurrency investor, advisor, and advocate, with a unique blend of experience in both legacy & blockchain-based finance and cryptocurrencies. On the legacy finance front, Ms. Demirors worked with some of the largest companies in the world, mainly on financial risk management and capital efficiency. On the blockchain-based finance side, she has had an intense focus on portfolio management and network development, beginning in the early days of cryptocurrency ecosystem. In her role at CoinShares, Ms. Demirors builds asset management products to provide institutional investors with exposure to crypto assets and blockchain companies. In addition, she serves as the managing director of the firm’s US operations. Ms. Demirors most recently served as Vice President of Development at Digital Currency Group, where she managed an investment portfolio of 110 companies cryptocurrency and blockchain companies across 30 countries and advised some of the world’s largest financial institutions and corporations. Ms. Demirors also invests in and supports cryptocurrency and blockchain startups via her personal fund, Shiny Pony Ventures. She advocates for a number of industry initiatives focused on market infrastructure and portfolio management practices; most notably via her participation in the World Economic Forum Blockchain Council. Ms. Demirors holds a BA in Mathematical Economics from Rice University and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. She works closely with the academic community on education efforts, and helped create the MIT “Future of Commerce” online course and the Oxford Saïd Business School Blockchain Strategy Program. Ms. Demirors regularly writes and shares her thoughts via her Medium blog, is passionate about financial privacy and civil liberties.
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Vinny Lingham
CEO Civic
Vinny Lingham is an internet entrepreneur who is currently the co­founder & CEO of Civic Technologies, Inc ­ a startup company that has a goal to eliminate new account fraud and prevent identity theft by creating an "Identity Network” where consumers can confirm their identity in real­time with participating merchants and vendors. Prior to Civic, Vinny was the co­founder and CEO of Gyft ­ a mobile gift card company founded in 2012 and backed by Google Ventures. He previously founded & ran Yola.com, Clicks2Customers and incuBeta. Vinny is also the co­founder of SiliconCape.com, an NGO based in South Africa that aims to turn Cape Town into a technology hub. Vinny is an active technology investor primarily in Silicon Valley. Currently, Vinny is a Shark on MNET’s Shark Tank reality TV series which will air Fall of 2016. He has also appeared as a Dragon on the South African edition of Dragon’s Den, the longest running UK investment reality show (sister show to Shark Tank), a reality television program where entrepreneurs pitch their business ideas in order to secure investment finance from a panel of venture capitalists. He is a co­author alongside his co­investors from the show, of “I’m In: Essential Advice for Entrepreneurs.” Vinny now lives in Silicon Valley with his wife and two sons.
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Kevin Ding
Partner at DHVC
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Jason Whitmire
General Partner at BlueYard Capital
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Ausum Ventures
Ausum Blockchain Fund is a hybrid venture and hedge fund comprised of early-stage startups and crypto-assets for social good.
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zk Capital
A research-focused blockchain investment fund
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Y Combinator
Y Combinator provides seed funding for startups.
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Winklevoss Capital Management, LLC
Winklevoss Capital is a family office founded by Tyler Winklevoss and Cameron Winklevoss.
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Union Square Ventures
USV is a small collegial partnership that manages over $1B across seven funds.
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Polychain Capital
Polychain Capital manages a hedge fund focused on an actively managed portfolio of blockchain assets with the goal of helping advance the global adoption of cryptocurrencies.
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Placeholder VC
Placeholder is a venture capital partnership that invests in decentralized information networks.
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Pantera Capital
Pantera Capital is an investment firm focused exclusively on ventures, tokens, and projects related to blockchain tech, digital currency, and crypto assets.
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Notation Capital
We’re a “first-check” venture firm based in Brooklyn. We work with technical founding teams in the trenches on day 0:00
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Nirvana Capital
Nirvana Capital is a San Francisco/Beijing based blockchain fund that focuses on primary market investment and exploration in edging ideas of technology and economics. Its founding partners are also early supporters of Ethereum. To bring together ecosystems that revolutionize the social productions and labor relations with the communities underneath, Nirvana Capital provides end-to-end strong support to its portfolio projects, including advisory on strategies/operations and resources matching.
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Kosmos Capital
Kosmos Capital is the leading and largest Australian based multi-strategy VC firm specializing in blockchain-based assets.
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How 2 Ventures
A Blockchain Venture Capital, Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency Hedge Fund. How 2 Ventures five-point strategy focuses on several areas of investment within the Blockchain startup, and Digital Asset & Cryptocurrency markets: 1. Emerging Blockchain Technology (pre-ICO & ICO investments). 2. Established Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (forks, airdrops, etc.). 3. Emerging Blockchain networks’ digital assets & cryptocurrencies (growth, adoption, etc.). 4. Leverage trading during periods of volatility to increase returns (BTC, ETH vs. alternative coins). 5. Capitalize on swings in the market using alpha theory (-2, -1, 0, 1, 2)
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Continue Capital
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a16z Crypto
a16z crypto is the blockchain and cryptoasset investment arm of Venture Capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. The fund was launched with $300 million to invest in crypto companies and protocols. a16z crypto is structured to hold investments for 10+ years and invest throughout various market cycles. Along with capital a16z Crypto provides support from the a16z team to assist startups with executive and technical recruiting, regulatory affairs, communications and marketing, and general startup management.
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Blockchain Capital
The pioneer venture capital firm focused exclusively on the blockchain technology sector and crypto ecosystem
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BlueYard Capital
BlueYard Capital is a venture capital firm based in Berlin, Germany that focuses on investing in founders with transformative ideas to decentralize markets, empower users and liberate data. While they invest heavily in blockchain-based startups, they also have made investments in separate software companies along the same investment thesis. One of their most quintessential investments is in OpenBazaar, a completely decentralized marketplace from the way individuals communicate on the platform (IPFS) to the payment methods (Bitcoin, among other cryptocurrencies).
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Boost VC
The Boost VC Accelerator has invested $500k in Sci-Fi Founders. 250+ companies funded. Crypto, VR, space, AI, robotics, biotech, Sci-Fi.
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Boost VC
Boost VC is the #1 accelerator in the world for Crypto and VR startups and is committed to making science fiction technologies a reality. Since 2012, we’ve funded 250+ companies who have gone on to raise an additional $1 billion and are actively changing the world.
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Coefficient Ventures
Coefficient Ventures allocate 80% of capital in tokens and ICOs and 20% in equity investment of blockchain-related companies. What is very exceptional about Coefficient Ventures is that, unlike other traditional VCs, its fund is more demoralized and community driven. More than 500 community members worldwide support and contribute to Coefficient Ventures in various fields such as deal sourcing, due diligence, and value-add service for its portfolios.
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Genblock Capital
Genblock Capital is a venture capital firm that primarily invests in ICOs, cryptocurrencies, and blockchain technology. To date, Genblock has invested in 20+ early stage blockchain companies generating extremely high returns.
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Digital Currency Group
Digital Currency Group (formerly known as the Bitcoin Opportunity Fund) is an investment firm focused on early seed rounds in cryptocurrency firms focusing on building out the infrastructure for the industry. It was founded by fintech entrepreneur Barry Silbert, who also founded SecondMarket, a private market for illiquid assets such as startup stock options. As a general rule, their investments focus on equity in companies rather than tokens, though they do purchase and hold cryptocurrencies. DCG also owns and operates CoinDesk, a well-known media company in the space, Genesis Trading, a bitcoin brokerage firm, and Grayscale Investments, a digital currency asset management firm. DCG has made over 100 investments in the space including well-known startups like Protocol Labs, Coinbase, and Ripple.
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Galaxy Digital
Galaxy Digital is a diversified, multi-service merchant bank dedicated to the digital assets and blockchain technology industry. Galaxy Digital’s multi-disciplinary team has extensive experience spanning investing, portfolio management, capital markets, operations, and blockchain technology. Galaxy Digital currently operates four distinct business lines, which include: Trading (arbitrage, macro, market making/OTC), Asset Management (management of external capital across passive and ecosystem funds), Principal Investing (private equity, venture, public equity, ICO investments, Pre-ICO investments, and liquid and illiquid cryptocurrencies), and Advisory (capital markets, M&A/restructuring, and technical consulting services to both start-ups and established institutions). Galaxy Digital’s CEO and Founder is Michael Novogratz.
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Filecoin consensus

General consensus mechanism

Other

Precise consensus mechanism

Proof-of-Spacetime

How Filecoin works?

Proof-of-Replication (PoRep) and Proof-of-Spacetime (PoSt) The Filecoin protocol intends to use Proof-of-Replication (PoRep) and Proof-of-Spacetime (PoSt) to prove files are stored securely over time within a decentralized network.

  • PoRep is a type of Proof-of-Storage featuring the specific properties that outlined in this post
  • PoSt defines the mechanism by which miners create blocks that are storing data. Clients (network users) can source miners of data storage and data retrieval, different operations that existing within separate decentralized markets. PoSt provides a level of verifiability so that data can be stored and retrieved in a distributed, multi-market system.

Mining Storage miners can earn FIL by storing data for clients and "computing cryptographic proofs to verify storage across time." Unlike Proof-of-Work mining, the probability of earning a block reward (and transaction fees) is "proportional to the amount of storage the miner contributes to the network."

On the other hand, retrieval miners can receive FIL by winning bids for a client request. The market value of the file in question determines the miner's payout. Available bandwidth and initial response time for details (which could be influenced by network latency or proximity to a client) impact a miner's ability to close deals and retrieve data on the network. Therefore, the "maximum bandwidth of a retrieval miner will set the total quantity of deals" they can win.

With the network still in development, the mining equipment specifications (specifically for CPU and RAM) remain unknown. But the team insists the mining hardware will contain configurations with many standard hard drives and that any “specialized Filecoin mining hardware” will not exceed anything more than a highly optimized hard drive (in a sense, not optimal for ASICs). Filecoin also notes note that early storage and retrieval miners will be required to run full nodes.

Filecoin governance

Onchain governance type

No On-Chain Governance

What is Filecoin governance?

Once the network launches, the Filecoin Foundation references in the project's whitepaper will take the responsibility of coordinating and funding future protocol improvements and development. The foundation is Protocol Lab's solution for the long-term governance and support of the Filecoin protocol. Protocol Labs has not released any other details on the Filcoin Foundation to date, but the foundation will remain inactive until the network launches. This foundation will receive 5% of the FIL tokens created at genesis to help fund future initiatives.

FAQ
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  1. Download the app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play, or open your browser wallet.
  2. Create your Cropty wallet account with Face ID or Touch ID security options.
  3. Transfer FIL from external wallet.
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  1. Download the app from the Apple AppStore or Google Play, or open your browser wallet.
  2. Create your Cropty wallet account, set up a nickname.
  3. Click ‘Receive’ and follow the instructions.
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  3. Transfer FIL from external wallet.
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10. How to make money with Filecoin?
  1. Sign up to Filecoin wallet.
  2. Top up your balance with Filecoin.
  3. Store, trade or deposit your Filecoin.
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Filecoin Price statistic
Filecoin price today
Filecoin price
4.40 $
Price change (24h)
0.80% 0.035 $
Trading volume (24h)
26.31M $
Market Dominance
0.147%
Market rank
#38
Filecoin price history
All Time High
Apr 1 2021 (1 year ago)
98.11% 234.00 $
Filecoin Market Cap
Market Cap
1.56B $
Filecoin Supply
Circulating Supply
299.09M FIL
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