Kin is money for the digital world. It is an open micro-transaction platform used by millions of users across more than 50 consumer applications and services, making Kin the most used cryptocurrency by mainstream consumers. Kin can be sent anywhere in the world, instantly, and for free. Kin enters circulation via the Kin Rewards Engine, or ""KRE"", which rewards developers for getting their consumers to use Kin. Today people are using Kin to purchase a variety of digital goods and services and to support content creators. This offers developers a new business model that rewards the adoption of engaging experiences and free exchange of value between users, not harvesting their data and attention. That means users and developers are finally re-aligned, around a new economy in which those who generate value online are the focus, not big-data monopolies.
$0.000004047 – $0.000004248
52 Week Range
$0.000003993 – $0.00004201
All Time High
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23 May 2022
Keep a keen eye out for KIN! 👀 Check out our latest article about Kin Ecosystem to learn about Kin Rewards Engine, the affiliation with KIK messenger, KIN features, and much more 🙌
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22 May 2022
Efficient Market Hypothesis and Bitcoin Stock-to-Flow Model
Bitcoin Stock-to-Flow (S2F) model was published in March 2019 . The model has been well received by bitcoiners and investors. The S2F model also received critique. The best steel man argument…
17 May 2022
The 3 Stages of Kin’s Ecosystem - by Will Gikandi
This is a personal thought-piece I wrote while thinking about Kin’s growth. It does not necessarily reflect the Kin Foundation’s views but it is how I see Kin’s economy in its current state. Kin’s…
12 May 2022
The Kin Show is back with a new website! The latest episode includes discussion of the details of the no-code plugin together w/ the founders of Uproll.
Join host Tony Jacob and his guests as they talk Kin cryptocurrency fundamentals, what it means to integrate Kin into developer apps, share stories about the early days and gain insights from community thought leaders.