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Constellation (DAG) Statistics

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Constellation

DAG

0.00151437
Price (USD)
4.00%
24h Change
0.00000042
Price (BTC)

Cryptocurrency Information

All-Time High USD
0.0540
Since All-Time High Change
-97.23%
All-Time High Date
2018-06-19

Marketcap (BTC)
262.14417061
Marketcap (USD)
950,283.52

24h Volume (USD)
31,484.88

7d Change
0.65%
14d Change
0.90%
30d Change
10.33%

Circulating Supply
634,734,528
Total Supply
4,000,000,000

Influence Statistics

Alexa Rank
1044015
Facebook Likes
108848
Twitter Followers
13775

What is Constellation?

What is DAG?
In more traditional blockchains, the host provides the food/drinks (i.e resources) for this party. And when the guests arrive, the amount of resources can only accommodate so many people, the portions are small and then everything eventually runs out and the party ends. Think Constellation DAG like a potluck (a party where everyone brings food/drinks). With every added guest (node to the network), the more resources the party has to keep going. This is the nature of Constellation, a distributed system that scales horizontally.

Is Constellation a Blockchain?
Not exactly. Although inspired by the principles of decentralization, many standard blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum face scalability issues. This is why the next, generation of decentralized networks such as Hashgraph, IOTA, and Constellation have turned to DAG.

What is a Microservice?
“Microservices” is an approach to application development in which a large application is built as a suite of modular services. Each module supports a specific business goal and uses a simple, well-defined interface to communicate with other sets of services. Uber, for example, is not a singular app purse. It is a unified app which means it is a single interface that brings together their driver app, their rider app, and their corporate team app.