Analytical platform Arkham Intelligence has announced the “world’s first” on-chain data marketplace and the launch of the native ARKM token.
The initial sale of the new digital asset will begin on Binance Launchpad with a total supply of 50 million coins – 5% of the total supply. The sale will last from July 11 to July 17, each participant will be able to purchase $15,000 worth of tokens (300,000 ARKM).
20% of the total coin supply will go to the main contributors, 17.5% will be sent to other investors, and another 17.2% to the fund’s treasury.
According to the representatives of the project, their cryptocurrency is designed to “deanonymize the blockchain.”
The Arkham Intel Exchange marketplace will allow users to post and request information about protocols and digital assets for a fee.
“Anyone can offer a reward for finding certain on-chain data. These rewards are then paid to “bounty hunters” – blockchain researchers or analysts who will provide information in exchange for payment,” Arkham explained.
The company identified several options for using the platform:
- search for crypto wallets of hedge funds, companies or protocols;
- establishing the true identity of a user posing as a famous person;
- helping victims of exploits find information about the hacker;
- embedding analytical tools in third-party applications.
Users interested in finding the same information will be able to form groups to increase the reward.
According to Binance, Arkham has raised $160 million in multiple funding rounds. Investors include billionaire Tim Draper, Bedrock Capital, Wintermute Trading, GSR Markets, and the co-founders of Palantir and OpenAI.
Recall that in March, the team of the DeFi analytical platform Llama announced the launch of a fork of the project called llama.fi.
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