ARB

Arbitrum price

ARB
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$1.79-0.97%
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Arbitrum price live data

The current price of Arbitrum is $1.79. Since 00:00 UTC, Arbitrum has decreased by 0.97%. It currently has a circulating supply of 1.28B ARB and a maximum supply of 10.00B ARB, giving it a fully diluted market cap of $2.28B. At present, Arbitrum holds the 47 position in market cap rankings. The Arbitrum/USD price is updated in real-time.

Arbitrum price performance in USD

Time periodChange amount%Chg
Today-$0.01-1.03%
7 days-$0.28-13.62%
30 days$0.158.76%
3 months$0.2314.59%

Arbitrum market information

24h low/high
24h low$1.76
Last price $1.79
24h high$1.90
Heat index ranking
21
Market cap ranking
47
Market cap
$2.28B
Favorited rate
6.31%
All-time high
$2.41
-25.62% (-$0.61)
Jan 12, 2024 (2 months ago)
All-time low
$0.50
+257.82% (+$1.29)
Mar 23, 2023 (1 year ago)
ICO date
03/23/2023
ICO price
$0.00
Circulating supply
1.28B ARB
Market cap at circulating supply
$2.28B

About Arbitrum (ARB)

Arbitrum has emerged as a leading Ethereum scaling solution, garnering significant attention even before its airdrop in March 2023. Its utility as a layer-two scaling solution for the Ethereum network has been pivotal in establishing its prominence within the broader cryptocurrency ecosystem.

What is Arbitrum?

Arbitrum is a Layer 2 blockchain protocol specifically developed to enhance the scalability of the Ethereum network. Arbitrum aims to increase transaction throughput on Ethereum by employing optimistic roll-ups while maintaining its security and decentralization. It provides a seamless migration path for developers to transition their applications from the Layer 1 Ethereum protocol to the Layer 2 Arbitrum protocol.

Offchain Labs created the protocol, and its Mainnet was launched in 2021. In March 2023, the Arbitrum Foundation introduced ARB as the native token of the Arbitrum ecosystem. This marked an important milestone in the project's evolution and further solidified its role in the crypto space.

The Arbitrum team

The Arbitrum team comprises Ed Felten, Steven Goldfeder, and Harry Kalodner, previously researchers at Princeton University. Ed Felten, a Professor of Computer Science, brings his expertise to the project, while Steven Goldfeder and Harry Kalodner hold Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science. Together, they form a skilled and knowledgeable team driving the development and innovation behind Arbitrum.

How does Arbitrum work?

The Arbitrum network utilizes optimistic roll-ups to scale the Ethereum network. While the Ethereum blockchain can handle only 15-30 transactions per second (TPS), roll-ups can increase transaction speed by up to 85 times.

Optimistic roll-ups aggregate transactions and process them off-chain in batches rather than individually on-chain. These transactions are then verified in batches and with reduced frequency on the blockchain.

To illustrate, think of optimistic roll-ups as grouping multiple transactions, similar to picking up all the items you need from a supermarket in one go rather than paying for each item separately.

In contrast, the traditional Ethereum network processes transactions one by one, like paying for each item individually at the store. Arbitrum's protocol, leveraging optimistic roll-ups, enables transactions to be rolled-up and processed in batches, thus enhancing scalability and efficiency.

Arbitrum’s native token: ARB

ARB is an ERC-20 token that functions as the governance token within the Arbitrum ecosystem. ARB Holders can vote on proposals put forth in the decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), either in favor or against them.

Tokenomics

ARB has a total supply of 10 billion tokens, with a circulating supply of 1.275 billion tokens. During the viral airdrop on March 23, 2023, the Arbitrum Foundation distributed 12.75% of the total ARB supply to users and DAOs.

Staking ARB tokens

ARB tokens can be staked on various decentralized exchanges (DEXs), allowing users to earn rewards from the fees generated by the liquidity pool. The longer the ARB tokens are staked or locked, the higher the potential rewards for the user.

Additionally, centralized exchanges (CEXs) like OKX provide staking services for ARB through their OKX Earn. Users can earn a flexible 1 percent annual percentage yield (APY) on their staked ARB tokens.

Arbitrum’s use cases

Arbitrum's use cases primarily revolve around its governance functionality. As the native governance token of the ecosystem, ARB is designed for voting on proposals and decisions within the Arbitrum network. Additionally, ARB can be staked to earn rewards and serve as a store of value for users within the ecosystem. It's important to note that ARB is not utilized as gas fees for transactions on the network

ARB Token distribution

The supply distribution of ARB is as follows:

  • Arbitrum DAO treasury: 42.78%
  • Offchain Labs teams and advisors: 26.94%
  • Investors: 17.53%
  • Airdrop to users: 11.62%
  • Airdrop to DAOs: 1.13%

Arbitrum’s future vision

Arbitrum's future vision is centered around achieving progressive decentralization. While the Arbitrum Foundation currently holds most of the decision-making power in the ecosystem, the goal is to transition towards a more decentralized governance model as the Arbitrum ecosystem expands and more web3 users engage with the network.

In the meantime, ARB token holders can actively participate in voting for improvement proposals, ensuring a level of community involvement.

Furthermore, Arbitrum has plans to launch a Layer 3 DApp shortly.

This layer-three solution, called Orbit, will allow developers to deploy programs using popular programming languages such as Rust and C++.

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Arbitrum FAQ

Who are the founders of Arbitrum?

Offchain Labs, the creator of the Arbitrum protocol, was founded by Ed Felten, Steven Goldfeder, and Harry Kalodner. These founders bring extensive computer science and blockchain technology expertise accumulated through years of experience in the computer and tech industry. Their collective knowledge and innovative approach have been instrumental in the development and success of the Arbitrum project.

How does Arbitrum improve scalability?

Arbitrum improves scalability by implementing Optimistic Roll-ups, a technology that allows transactions to be processed off-chain. Transactions are bundled together and verified on-chain in batches, significantly increasing Ethereum's throughput. With Optimistic Roll-ups, Arbitrum has the potential to achieve transaction speeds of up to 4800 transactions per second (TPS), greatly enhancing the scalability of the Ethereum network.

How do I buy and store Arbitrum?

Easily buy ARB tokens on the OKX cryptocurrency platform. An available trading pair in the OKX spot trading terminal is ARB/USDT.