Digital Asset Protocol Ampleforth Launches Geyser To Incentivize $AMPL Liquidity On Uniswap 2.0

Announcements, Blockchain, News | June 23, 2020 By:

Ampleforth, a digital asset protocol for producing smart commodity-money, will be launching a new Liquidity Incentive Program, called Geyser, targeting Uniswap 2.0.

The Ampleforth protocol moves volatility from unit price to unit count and achieves price stability by algorithmically expanding and contracting supply among holders based on demand.

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Ampleforth Adds Noah Jessop, Sam Lessin And Michael Karnjanaprakorn To Advisory Board

Job Appointments | June 12, 2019 By:

Ampleforth, a digital-asset-protocol for producing smart commodity-money, has added Noah Jessop, Sam Lessin and Michael Karnjanaprakorn to its board of advisors.

Ampleforth, formerly Fragments, is a digital asset protocol for creating fair, independent money. The Ampleforth protocol moves volatility from unit price to unit count and achieves price stability by algorithmically expanding and contracting supply among holders based on demand.

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Top Three Academic Institutions That Are Involved in Crypto

Blockchain, Education, News, Opinion | May 1, 2019 By:

Cryptocurrency is fast becoming the industry its founders always envisioned it could be – a way to speed international payments, a vehicle for everyday transactions, and a transformative means of funding and fueling new businesses and innovative ideas.

In order to keep this developing ecosystem healthy and supplied with new workers,

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Ampleforth Adds Richy Qiao As Chief Business Officer And Simon Manka As Head Of Growth

Job Appointments | April 17, 2019 By:

Ampleforth, a digital-asset-protocol for producing smart commodity-money, has appointed Richy Qiao as its Chief Business Officer.

Ampleforth, formerly Fragments, is a digital asset protocol for creating fair, independent money. The Ampleforth protocol moves volatility from unit price to unit count and achieves price stability by algorithmically expanding and contracting supply among holders based on demand.

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