What is the supply of Dimecoin?
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Given Dimecoin’s status as a currency for every-day use, the supply is uncapped, and will continue to expand at an inflation rate of less than 1.4% yearly.
With the introduction of the Phoenix update, the inflation rate will be ~1.4% for the first year and block rewards will be set to reduce by 8% per year after.
Total Supply vs Circulating Supply
Circulating Supply is the approximate number of coins that are available in the market and in the general public’s control.
Total Supply is the total amount of coins in existence right now, minus any known coins which have been burned or lost.
Every currency in existence, whether traditional fiat or cryptocurrency, suffers from a percentage that is lost yearly. In a 2017 study by Chainalysis (link here) estimates roughly 13 to 21% of Bitcoin is gone for good.
The same applies for Dimecoin. Some estimates are even higher.
How many total Dimecoin (DIME) coins are there currently in the total supply?
As of March 2021, the total supply is approximately 558 billion coins at the time of this publication.
For up to the minute totals the supply, use the API from the block explorer or by checking this link.
What is the circulating supply of Dimecoin (DIME)?
Recent analysis conducted on the Dimecoin chain estimates that there is roughly 418.3 billion coins currently in circulation due to lost keys, dead wallets, etc. Note: this figure is only an estimation. The likely percentage of lost coins sits somewhere between 15% and 35%.