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Ethereum

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+$4.63 (+2.54%) Today
+$4.63 (+2.54%) 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.

ETH News

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Draper-Backed Startup Launches .Crypto Domains on Ethereum

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Australia’s Gold Mint Is Backing a Crypto Token on Ethereum

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