GRIDNET OS Launches 'Market' Utility to Enhance Transparency for Investors

GRIDNET OS, the pioneering decentralized operating system, today announced the launch of its ‘market’ utility, a revolutionary tool designed to offer complete transparency to investors by providing real-time, aggregated information on the current market conditions of GRIDNET Coin (GNC).

As the world of cryptocurrency becomes increasingly popular, the need for transparency and accountability has never been greater. “We all know that something is safe when it is transparent. None of us would like to invest in a project without knowing its ins and outs,” said Mike, Business Developer at GRIDNET OS. “When you are an investor, what you want to know are things such as current total market capitalization and how much of the asset is on the floor at any given moment.”

To address these concerns and meet investors’ expectations, the GRIDNET OS development team has produced the ‘market’ utility. This tool provides investors with a comprehensive view of the GNC market, including the total market capitalization, the amount of asset on the floor, and much more. “For this run ‘market -d’,” instructed Mike, explaining that additional switches, such as ‘-b’, enable different views and functionalities.

“With this utility, as you can clearly see, there are 2,474,993 GNC in total circulation as of now, which means 742,461 USDT worth of coins on the floor as of this very moment as per the price at which markets are scheduled to open,” Mike highlighted during a demonstration. “The bottom line is, whenever we sell to any investor or whenever we airdrop even 1 USDT worth of tokens - YOU GET TO SEE. Now, how’s that about transparency!”

The ‘market’ utility is the latest in a series of initiatives by GRIDNET OS to provide transparency and build trust with its investors. By offering a clear and real-time snapshot of the GNC market, GRIDNET OS hopes to empower investors to make informed investment decisions and foster a stronger sense of community and accountability.

There’s now a dedicated article at the GRIDNET Magazine available here.