The ANJ collateral (staked ANT) you can see here https://anj.aragon.org/

I just found this here https://wiki.aragon.org/network/aragon_network_juror/#automated-market-making

## Total supply

The current total supply of ANJ can be found by checking the ANJ contract page on a block explorer that shows this information, such as Etherscan.

## Maximum supply

There is no maximum ANJ supply *per se* , other than the limit imposed by the total amount of ANT available to deposit in the ANJ bonding curve. To calculate the theoretical maximum supply, we can follow this method:

ANJ comes from a bonding curve that mints ANJ in exchange for ANT. This is the only way to mint ANJ. The ANJ bonding curve is of the type:

In our case the value of `n`

is 4, taking into account that the reserve ratio equals `1/100`

.

To get `m`

, we use the price set by the bonding curve when the bonding curve went live, which was the same as the pre-activation price i.e., 100 ANJ per 1 ANT, and the total amount of ANJ minted during pre-activation, `101,490,826.112967760974865700 ANJ`

. So:

If we take the integral of that curve between two ANJ supply points, `x_0`

and `x_1`

, we get the total amount of ANT contributed to mint `x_1 - x_0`

ANJ tokens.

So if all the existing ANT, let’s call it `T`

, were to be contributed to the curve, that amount would be the integral between 0 and the maximum possible amount of ANJ, let’s call it `J`

:

Now we substitute `T`

with the current total supply of ANT, `39,609,523.80952380954`

:

Therefore, given a total supply of `39,609,523.80952380954 ANT`

, the theoretical maximum supply of ANJ is `350,868,849.187414177 ANJ`

.

To try calculating the ANJ supply with other amounts of ANT deposited in the bonding curve, replace `T`

in this formula with the desired ANT amount: