Binance announced that it will launch the high-performance public chain Solana token SOL at 12:00 (Hong Kong time) on April 9th, and opened SOL / BNB, SOL / BTC, SOL / USDT trading pairs. At present, the SOL recharge channel has been opened. Earlier, Chain News reported that the high-performance public chain Solana has completed the token auction at Coinlist, and the final transaction price is $ 0.22 per SOL token. This auction has sold 8 million SOL tokens, accounting for the total supply. 1.6%. In order to maintain price stability, Solana plans to release a price guarantee mechanism after the auction, and token buyers participating in staking can enjoy up to 90% of the token price guarantee. Solana has conducted multiple rounds of fundraising history, and the historical token sale price: in March 2018, the seed round raised 3.2 million US dollars (0.04 USD / token), and in June 2018, the creation round raised 12.6 million US dollars (approximately US $ 0.20 / SOL). In July 2019, the validator round raised US $ 5.7 million at a unit price of about US $ 0.225 / SOL. In February 2020, the online round raised US $ 2.4 million at a unit price of about US $ 0.25. Investors in this project include Multicoin Capital, NGC Ventures, 500 Startups, BlockTower, Foundation Capital, Slow Ventures, Passport Capital, Bawei Capital, etc. According to block123.com, Solana is a high-throughput blockchain that currently supports 50,000 to 65,000 transactions per second and a block time of 0.4 seconds, and does not require complex solutions like sharding or Layer2. The transaction fee is only 0.00001 USD. As the world’s first Web-scale blockchain, Solana hopes to unlock a new high-performance application track and promote the large-scale adoption of blockchain.