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Ethereum (ETH) price to USD & live value of today

Ethereum (ETH) live price in US dollar (USD). View statistics about today's value, market cap and supply.


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ETH value statistics

Price to USD $ 383.41
Price to BTC 0.03325 BTC
Rank 2
24h volume $ 9.39 billion
Market cap $ 42.77 billion
All-time high $ 1,353.55 on 1/14/2018

Supply information

111.56 million ETH
Total supply 112.15 million ETH
Burned, team or smart contract locked balances. - 596,399.99 ETH
Circulating supply 111.56 million ETH
Circulating supply 111.56 million ETH
Total supply 112.15 million ETH

What is Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a global, public decentralized blockchain designed to run peer-to-peer smart contracts. It allows developers to deploy all sorts of decentralized applications (Dapps), without the interference of third parties. Ethereum is also used for its own cryptocurrency ether. Ethereum is now the world’s second-most valued cryptocurrency platform.

The goal of Ethereum

Ethereum is created as a blockchain platform on which other applications could be built on top of. Most of the online services, businesses and enterprises are built on a centralized system of governance. Ethereum aims to decentralize the existing client-server model; servers and clouds are replaced by so-called nodes, run by volunteers from all over the world. Ethereum’s vision is that it would enable this same functionality to people anywhere around the world, enabling them to compete to offer services on top of this infrastructure.

Who started Ethereum

Ethereum was initially described in a white paper by Vitalik Buterin. In 2014, Buterin and the other co-founders launched a campaign where they sold ether (Ethereum tokens) to raise money to build their vision. Since the launch of the white paper in 2015, the platform has grown fast, and these days there are hundreds of developers involved.

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