Ethereum (CURRENCY: ETH) traded 0.6% more than the dollar during the 1-day period ending at 8:00 AM Eastern on August 17th. An Ethereum currency can currently be purchased for $ 184.96 or 0.01793168 BTC on major markets including Kryptono, Allbit, LATOKEN and LocalTrade. In the last week, Ethereum sold 11.2% less than the dollar. Ethereum has a market capitalization of $ 19.86 billion and $ 5.69 billion of Ethereum were traded on the stock market on the last day.
Here's how the other cryptocurrencies behaved in the last day:
- Ethereum Classic (ETC) fell 1.1% against the dollar and is now trading at $ 5.46 or 0.00052906 BTC.
- Ether Zero (ETZ) traded 3.9% less against the dollar and now trades at $ 0.0693 or 0.00000672 BTC.
- Callisto Network (CLO) grew by 1.9% against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0017 or 0.00000017 BTC.
- Musicoin (MUSIC) has been trading against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0002 or 0.00000002 BTC.
- Bitcoiin (B2G) traded 6.1% below the dollar and now trades at $ 0.0061 or 0.00000059 BTC.
- Bowhead (AHT) has been trading against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0244 or 0.00000377 BTC.
- Eelism (ELLA) fell 1.5% against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0031 or 0.00000030 BTC.
- DaxxCoin (DAXX) was traded against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0001 or 0.00000003 BTC.
- Elementrem (ELE) has been traded against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0011 or 0.00000011 BTC.
- Akroma (AKA) has traded 23.7% against the dollar and is now trading at $ 0.0010 or 0.00000010 BTC.
Ethereum coin profile
Ethereum is a working proof currency (PoW) that uses the Ethash hashing algorithm. It was traded for the first time on 30 July 2015. Ethereum's total offer is 107,357,573 coins. The official website of Ethereum is www.ethereum.org. The official Ethereum bulletin board is forum.ethereum.org. Ethereum's official Twitter account is @ethereumproject and his Facebook page is accessible here. The Reddit community for Ethereum is / r / ethereum and the Github account of the currency can be viewed here.
According to CryptoCompare, "Model of sandwich complexity: Ethereum's lower-level architecture should be as simple as possible and Ethereum interfaces (including high-level programming languages for developers and user interface for users) should be as easy to understand as possible. Where complexity is inevitable, it should be included in the "intermediate layers" of the protocol, which are not part of the main consensus but are not seen by end users: high-level language compilers, argument serialization and deserialization scripts, storage of models of data structure, leveldb storage interface and wire protocol, etc. However, this preference is not absolute. Freedom: users should not be limited to what they use the Ethereum protocol for and we should not try to favor or favor preferably certain types of Ethereum contracts or transactions based on the nature of their purpose. This is similar to the guiding principle underlying the concept of "net neutrality". An example of this principle not followed is the situation in the Bitcoin transaction protocol in which the use of the blockchain for "off-label" purposes (eg data storage, meta-protocols) is not recommended and, in some cases , explicit quasi-protocol changes (for example, the limitation OP_RETURN at 40 bytes) is made to attempt to attack applications using the blockchain in "unauthorized" ways. In Ethereum, on the other hand, we strongly favor the approach of creating transaction fees in such a way as to be more or less compatible with incentives, so that users who use the blockchain in order to produce swelling internalize the cost of their activities (eg. Pigovian taxation). Generalization: protocol features and operating codes in Ethereum should incorporate top-level concepts, so that they can be combined in arbitrary ways, including ways that may not seem useful today but could be useful later, and that a set of low-level concepts can be made more efficient by eliminating some of its functionality when it is not needed. An example of this principle followed is our choice of a LOG opcode as a way of providing information to (especially light clients) dapps, instead of simply recording all transactions and messages as previously suggested internally – the concept of "message" "is actually the cluster of multiple concepts, including" function call "and" interesting event for external observers ", and it is worth separating them. They have no features: as a corollary of the generalization, the development team often refuses to integrate very common cases, even very common ones, as intrinsic parts of the protocol, with the understanding that if people really want to do it they can always create a sub – protocol (eg underestimate supported by ether, bitcoin / litecoin / dogecoin sidechain, etc.) within a contract. An example of this is the lack of a "locktime" function similar to Bitcoin in Ethereum, as this function can be simulated through a protocol in which users send "signed data packets" and such data packets can be inserted into a specialized contract that processes and performs a corresponding function if the data package is valid in any way specific to the contract Non-risk aversion: the development team agrees with higher degrees of risk if a variation that increases the risk offers very substantial advantages (for example generalized transitions, block times 50 times faster, efficiency of consent, etc.) "
Trading of Ethereum coins
Ethereum can be purchased on these cryptocurrency exchanges: Bitstamp, Coindeal, CPDAX, TDAX, LBank, Gemini, BTC Markets, Poloniex, Bithumb, HitBTC, FCoin, Covesting, Indodax, Fatbtc, B2BX, Exrates, GOPAX, Liqui, EXX, SX Neraex, BitMart, CoinBene, Bitsane, Rfinex, Korbit, xBTCe, Allcoin, Allbit, Sistemkoin, Instant Bitex, OEX, UEX, YoBit, OKEx, Kraken, OasisDEX, DragonEX, BigONE, Coinsuper, BtcTurk, BX Thailand, Mercatox, IDAX, Cryptonex, Huobi, IDCM, DigiFinex, TOPBTC, LATOKEN, Cobinhood, Coinone, ChaoEX, BiteBTC, Coinhub, Exmo, CEX.IO, Hotbit, Bittrex, MBAex, Bit-Z, Coinbase Pro, Liquid, RightBTC, Upbit, LocalTrade, BitForex , ZB.COM, IDEX, C2CX, Kucoin, CoinEgg, CoinEx, Bibox, Gate.io, Bitfinex, HADAX, Kryptono, Vebitcoin, ABCC, BTC-Alpha, BtcTrade.im, OOOBTC, Binance, Livecoin, DDEX, BCEX, DOBI trade, Bitlish, Bancor Network, Bitbank, CoinTiger and Coinsquare. Investors wishing to trade Ethereum directly using US dollars can do so using Gemini, Coinbase or Changelly.
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