|Supply on Exchange||8.4%||1,767,077,200 ZIL|
|Minted Supply (24h)||2,437,725 ZIL|
|Minted Supply (Annualized)||7.3%||889,769,599 ZIL|
|Circulating Supply||58.2%||12,218,223,151 ZIL|
|Max Supply||21,000,000,000 ZIL|
|Binance||615,262,754 ZIL||-21,775,401 ZIL||+18,115,766 ZIL||+47,050,392 ZIL|
|Kucoin||149,999,154 ZIL||-502,110 ZIL||-9,038,071 ZIL||-6,241,904 ZIL|
|Huobi||870,702,500 ZIL||-992,054 ZIL||-5,415,423 ZIL||-83,203,270 ZIL|
|Bitmax||9,219,035 ZIL||+243,502 ZIL||-105,080 ZIL||+8,910,662 ZIL|
|Bittrex||121,893,756 ZIL||0 ZIL||0 ZIL||+5,699,957 ZIL|
|Total||1,767,077,200 ZIL||-23,026,062 ZIL||+3,557,191 ZIL||-27,784,163 ZIL|
Zilliqa (ZIL) aims to improve the scalability of blockchains using Sharding. Sharding is a way of segmenting transactions for miners to perform parallel verifications. According to the white paper, its throughput could hit 1000x that of Ethereum.
Zilliqa uses a mix of Proof-of-Work consensus for node identification and Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (pBFT) for processing transactions. A fixed mining reward of 263,698.630137 ZIL is distributed to miners every 100th transaction block or every directory service block (DS-block).
On 25th April 2019, a token swap from ERC20 to Mainnet was conducted by major exchanges, which explains the surge in tokens deposited on exchanges.