Cryptocurrencies

Ethereum

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-$17.85 (-1.45%) Today
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About ETH

Ethereum has the second highest market capitalization after Bitcoin, and pioneered the concept of “smart contracts” on the blockchain while also being able to record transactions. Today, the majority of Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) use Ethereum. While the development of Ethereum is led by one person, it has a full team of developers working behind it to further its platform. Ethereum was first released to the world in July 2015 by then 21-year-old Vitalik Buterin.

News

Coin Telegraph23h

Strategist: Bitcoin more likely to be successful 'in the long run' than Ethereum

One reason strategist and investment guru Lyn Alden isn't invested in Ether is she considers the Ethereum network an “unfinished product” when compared with Bit
Coin TelegraphJan 16

Ethereum competitor Near Protocol gains 106% as DeFi heats up

Near Protocol (NEAR) is a smart contract platform that uses parallel processing to scale the network. This technique, known as sharding, resembles what Eth2 is
BenzingaJan 16

Will Bitcoin Or Ethereum Grow More By 2022?

Every week, Benzinga conducts a survey to collect sentiment on what traders are most excited about, interested in or thinking about as they manage their persona

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