Analysts noticed AventCoin (AVT)’s 24 hours fall of -0.51%

April 4, 2018 - By Richard Conner

It was bad day for AventCoin (AVT), as it declined by $-0.0048999999999999 or -0.51%, touching $0.9582. Top Cryptocoin Analysts believe that AventCoin (AVT) is looking for the $1.05402 goal. According to 3 analysts could reach $2.21869405307313. The highest price was $1.03 and lowest of $0.9582 for April 3-4. The open was $0.9631. It last traded at Bitfinex exchange.
Exchange Buy Sell AVT At Best Rate

BUY – SELL – EXCHANGE AventCoin (AVT) AT BEST RATE Aproximately 16,301 AVT worth $16,307 was traded.

For a month, AventCoin (AVT) tokens went down -51.36% from $1.97 for coin. For 100 days AVT is down -78.80% from $4.52. It traded at $1.81 200 days ago. AventCoin (AVT) has 10.00M coins mined with the market cap $9.58 million. It has 10.00 million coins in circulation. It was founded on 19/07/2017. The Crypto AVT has proof type and operates under algorithm.

Aventus is an Ethereum-based platform. Its economic model eliminates uncontrolled resale and counterfeit tickets. It allows event organizers to create, manage and promote their events and tickets with dramatically reduced costs, even letting them set price controls and receive commissions on ticket resales. It also gives ticket buyers rewards for promoting events, and identifying fraudulent activity.

AventCoin (AVT) is the underlying token in the Aventus protocol. The purpose of AVT is to fuel the Aventus ecosystem and ensure that the protocol runs autonomously, de-centrally, and without any fraud. AVT is used for stake weighted voting and consensus mechanisms for voting on the legitimacy of:

  • Events on the protocol (e.g. the global pool of verified events) => fraudulent events mean applications selling their tickets will lose customers, so we need to prevent this.
  • Applications (either promoters or ticketing apps) sitting on top of the protocol => a list of verified applications needs to be determined so applications falsely claiming to use the protocol cannot sell fraudulent tickets.
  • The parameters that determine how the protocol works, e.g. event creation fees or reporting fees.

It is also used to facilitate anonymous matching of buyers and ticket sellers in the secondary market. “Matchers” are like miners in the Ethereum/Bitcoin blockchains and get rewarded with new AVT for performing these computations. The winning “matcher” for a given ticket (like the winning miner of a given block) is chosen by an AVT stake-weighted probability distribution.


They finished their ICO on the 6th of September in under 10 minutes. Raised 60k ETH in total, 30k presale, 16k white-list sale and 14k during their public token sale.

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