Keywords and tags that could be used to describe Augur: markets.
Price has cooled over the past 20 days, but on a 50 day basis, the trend is still up. From that perspective, this could be an opportunity to buy the dip. Augur has a market capitalization of approximately 147.98 million US dollars. That’s medium-sized relative to the Ethereum tokens SixJupiter tracks. In terms of volatility, it’s relatively about the kind of volatility you’d expect for tokens of this size.
Augur currently has approximately 6983 wallets, with the average weekly growth rate in number of wallets being 2.76% for each week over the past 4 weeks. As for transactions, the weekly growth rate there has been about 6.36%. Ultimately, Augur has transaction and wallet growth metrics that are fairly average for what we’d expect tokens of a similar market capitalization to have.
The current available supply for Augur is 11 million, while the total supply is 11 million. This means 100% of Augur’s total supply, as currently defined, has been made public. To help put that in perspective, about 75% of tokens in the SixJupiter Index with a similar market capitalization have a larger percentage of their total currency unavailable. Both the total and available supply of Augur have been declining over the past four weeks, but the decline in total supply has been even faster — resulting in dilution risk actually being reduced.
Augur has 122556 followers on Twitter. About 0.22% of its followers are verified, and about 2.92% are estimated to be investors. This token’s Twitter follower count is well above average, as is the percent of its followers that are verified. While the percent of followers estimated to be investors is below average, this is perhaps due to the fact that a larger than expected follower count will naturally make it difficult to have a high percentage of investors. That a high percent of followers are investors in light of its high follower count is noteworthy, and suggests the follower base may be sizable, authentic, and influential.