Ethereum (ETH)

USD (24h)

$ 208.5950

+3.39%

Ethereum
$ 208.5950
24H Range
N.A.
ATH
N.A.
Market Cap
$ 23.18B
Circulating Supply
111.11M
24H Volume
$ 10.49B

Change
VS USD
1H
+0.15%
24H
+3.39%
7D
-1.36%

About Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a smart contract platform that enables developers to build decentralized applications (dapps) conceptualized by Vitalik Buterin in 2013. ETH is the native currency for the Ethereum platform and also works as the transaction fees to miners on the Ethereum network. Ethereum is the pioneer for blockchain based smart contracts. When running on the blockchain a smart contract becomes like a self-operating computer program that automatically executes when specific conditions are met. On the blockchain, smart contracts allow for code to be run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. It can facilitate the exchange of money, content, property, shares, or anything of value. The Ethereum network went live on July 30th, 2015 with 72 million Ethereum premined.


Ethereum (ETH) News & Social Mentions

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago

ETH

Ethereum

$ 208.5950

(+3.39%)
Ethereum Price
$ 208.5950
24h Range
N.A.
ATH
N.A. (n.a.%)
Market Cap
$ 23.18B
Circulating Supply
111.11M (n.a.%)
24h Volume
$ 10.49B
Release Date
N.A.

About Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a smart contract platform that enables developers to build decentralized applications (dapps) conceptualized by Vitalik Buterin in 2013. ETH is the native currency for the Ethereum platform and also works as the transaction fees to miners on the Ethereum network. Ethereum is the pioneer for blockchain based smart contracts. When running on the blockchain a smart contract becomes like a self-operating computer program that automatically executes when specific conditions are met. On the blockchain, smart contracts allow for code to be run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. It can facilitate the exchange of money, content, property, shares, or anything of value. The Ethereum network went live on July 30th, 2015 with 72 million Ethereum premined.


Ethereum (ETH) News & Social Mentions

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago



Ethereum (ETH)

USD (24h)

$ 208.5950

+3.39%

Ethereum
$ 208.5950
24H Range
N.A.
ATH
N.A.
Market Cap
$ 23.18B
Circulating Supply
111.11M
24H Volume
$ 10.49B

Change
VS USD
1H
+0.15%
24H
+3.39%
7D
-1.36%

About Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a smart contract platform that enables developers to build decentralized applications (dapps) conceptualized by Vitalik Buterin in 2013. ETH is the native currency for the Ethereum platform and also works as the transaction fees to miners on the Ethereum network. Ethereum is the pioneer for blockchain based smart contracts. When running on the blockchain a smart contract becomes like a self-operating computer program that automatically executes when specific conditions are met. On the blockchain, smart contracts allow for code to be run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. It can facilitate the exchange of money, content, property, shares, or anything of value. The Ethereum network went live on July 30th, 2015 with 72 million Ethereum premined.


Ethereum (ETH) News & Social Mentions

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago

ETH

Ethereum

$ 208.5950

(+3.39%)
Ethereum Price
$ 208.5950
24h Range
N.A.
ATH
N.A. (n.a.%)
Market Cap
$ 23.18B
Circulating Supply
111.11M (n.a.%)
24h Volume
$ 10.49B
Release Date
N.A.

About Ethereum

Ethereum (ETH) is a smart contract platform that enables developers to build decentralized applications (dapps) conceptualized by Vitalik Buterin in 2013. ETH is the native currency for the Ethereum platform and also works as the transaction fees to miners on the Ethereum network. Ethereum is the pioneer for blockchain based smart contracts. When running on the blockchain a smart contract becomes like a self-operating computer program that automatically executes when specific conditions are met. On the blockchain, smart contracts allow for code to be run exactly as programmed without any possibility of downtime, censorship, fraud or third-party interference. It can facilitate the exchange of money, content, property, shares, or anything of value. The Ethereum network went live on July 30th, 2015 with 72 million Ethereum premined.


Ethereum (ETH) News & Social Mentions

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago

Who else is bullish??

Posted by @jerkstore555, 3h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago
>Central Banks and governments around the world have been accelerating requests for proposals on central bank-backed digital currencies, or CBDCs. [The Bank of International Settlements](https://www.bis.org/publ/bisbull03.pdf) recently noted that the pandemic “may put calls for CBDCs into sharper focus, highlighting the value of having access to diverse means of payment, and the need for any means of payments to be resilient against a broad range of threats.” > >CBDCs, such as a digital dollar, would serve the 70 million unbanked Americans who are currently waiting weeks for [paper relief checks to arrive](https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/25/business/2-trillion-stimulus-coronavirus-bill.html). US Post Offices in remote locations could verify identity credentials, while connecti... (read more)
Posted by @blockstasy, 9h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago

I feel like this should be easy to find, but somehow I can't find it anywhere. Can someone point me in the right direction? My interest is in relation to transaction fees. If there is a large increase in capacity, fees will drop significantly.

Posted by @natelovell, 10h ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago
A few days ago, a hacker got my mnemonic and stole $1,200 in ethereum from my Metamask wallet in under 100 secs The hackers were using a bot to scan for the mnemonic phrases across GitHub, and I accidentally left it in my code on a GitHub repo while I was sending to a Hack Money hack-at-hon. Although there are some coins and tokens left, the bot will siphon any ethereum I have to prevent me from moving my coins, and/or outmatch my supplying more gas. I just want you all to be aware to NEVER have a digital copy of your mnemonic or private key . Especially not online. If you are using metamask, randomly generate private keys for new accounts not associated with any mnemonics, and imported onto metamask web3.eth.createAccount() My compromised address: [https://etherscan.io/address/0x... (read more)
Posted by @tycooperaow, 1d ago



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