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EOS Price Live Data

The live price of EOS is $ 1.1196111 per (EOS / USD) today with a current market cap of $ 1.21B USD. 24-hour trading volume is $ 142.08M USD. EOS to USD price is updated in real-time. EOS is +2.95% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 1.08B USD.
EOS Price Performance USD
ChangeAmount%
Today$ 0.0330356+2.95%
30 Days$ 0.3027011+27.04%
60 Days$ 0.268504+23.98%
90 Days$ -0.0258241-2.31%

EOS Price Information

24h Low & High
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Low: $ 1.0794854
High: $ 1.1226848
The highest and lowest price paid for this asset in 24 hours.
All Time High
The highest price paid for this asset since it was launched or listed.
$ 22.89
The highest price paid for this asset since it was launched or listed.
Price Change (1h)
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 1 hour ago.
+0.30%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 1 hour ago.
Price Change (24h)
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 24 hours ago.
+2.95%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 24 hours ago.
Price Change (7d)
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.
+9.07%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.
Price Change (7d)
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.
+9.07%
The percent change in trading volume for this asset compared to 7 days ago.

EOS Market Information

The percentage of Binance customers who increased or decreased their net position in BTC over the past 24 hours through trading.
Popularity
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#44
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Market Cap
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$ 1.21B
Market cap is calculated by multiplying the asset's circulating supply with its current price.
Volume (24hours)
The total dollar value of all transactions for this asset over the past 24 hours.
$ 142.08M
The total dollar value of all transactions for this asset over the past 24 hours.
Circulation Supply
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
1.08B
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
Circulation Supply
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.
1.08B
Circulating supply shows the number of coins or tokens that have been issued so far.

About EOS

EOS is the native token of the EOS blockchain, which launched in 2018. The EOS Network provides a smart contract functionality that enables developers to build decentralized applications (dApps). EOS is suited for NFT, GameFi, DeFi, and enterprise applications.


As a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO), the EOS Network directs resources to the EOS Network Foundation (ENF), a community-led, not-for-profit organization that coordinates public-goods funding as well as non-financial support to encourage the growth, development and worldwide adoption of the EOS Network. The ENF also plays a central role in stewarding the future of the overarching technology through its work with the EOS developer community, the Antelope open-source framework, and other leading blockchain networks.

People Also Ask: Other Questions About EOS

  1.  What is EOS?

    EOS is the EOS Network’s native token, which is used to purchase or rent access to network bandwidth and storage capacity. The EOS token is also used to secure governance rights within the EOS Network, to transfer value on native applications, and to account for value by investors and speculators.

  2. What is EOS’ Maximum Supply?

    Due to the design of the blockchain rewards system for the creation of new blocks, EOS is a 3% inflationary coin with no limited max supply. There is a current supply of 1.14 billion EOS coins, with 1.08 billion in circulation at the time of writing.

  3. Is EOS Proof-of-Stake (PoS)?

    Delegated Proof Of Stake (DPoS) is the underlying consensus mechanism of EOS. While anyone can run a node to fully validate the EOS blockchain in a trustless manner, only special, selected entities known as Block Producers (BPs) are allowed to produce blocks and determine the canonical blockchain. Unlike Proof Of Stake (PoS), the validating entities taking part in the consensus process, the BPs are not required to lock up tokens. Instead, individual token holders delegate their share of tokens to their preferred BP candidates. The top 21 candidates ranked by aggregate delegated token stake are selected as the active block producers.

  4. What Makes EOS Different From Other Networks?

    EOS is positioned as a decentralized operating system for developers to create and launch highly scalable dApps. What distinguishes EOS further is that the blockchain network is designed to be fast, scalable and able to provide transaction capabilities free of any fees while also supporting smart contracts.

  5. Does EOS Crypto Have a Future?

    EOS is still a large market cap project. To better understand its future, consider EOS’s fundamentals, such as its team and roadmap. You can also look at its price history using technical analysis.

  6. How to Buy EOS?

    EOS can be purchased directly from Binance with a debit or credit card. EOS can also be traded for other cryptocurrencies on the Binance exchange. Live EOS price is updated in real-time on Binance. For additional instructions and information, users can read our How to Buy EOS (EOS) Guide.

Top News
$100m EOS Fund Aims to Usher in New Era for OG Blockchain
The recent announcement of a $100m war chest for EOS projects caught the crypto community by surprise, not least due to an otherwise gloomy picture in the markets following the collapse of FTX. Just two days after FTX and Alameda Research filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, EOS Network Foundation (ENF) CEO Yves La Rose took to Twitter to let the cat out of the bag, promising that the $100m ecosystem fund would be ring-fenced for investment in purely EOS projects.With the dust having settled on that announcement, how will this significant capital investment position EOS in 2023? Particularly given the increasing competitiveness of the space, as new blockchains like Sui, Aptos and Midnight vow to take the fight to OG networks like Ethereum, Cardano and EOS itself.Funding From WithinAccording to La Rose, the goal of launching the ecosystem fund is to make EOS the number one choice for web2 businesses transitioning into web3, and for developers keen to launch new projects. Interestingly, the ENF founder also suggested that the $100m was merely starter capital, noting that the Foundation expects “to grow the size of the fund significantly as we continue to foster positive relationships with crypto VCs.”The fund will be exclusively managed by a newly-created VC, EOS Network Ventures (ENV), a long-mooted pillar of the ecosystem first cited in an ENF report at the turn of the year. In accordance with this community-centric approach, the capital was tabled as a multi-signature proposal on-chain, with a majority of EOS Block Producers green lighting the move.So, what can we expect from the fund? Since the announcement was made, we have gained a better understanding about how the capital will be deployed. In a detailed FAQ, ENV explained that it aims to attract capital investment and deploy that capital for the benefit of EOS as a whole; projects it is specifically seeking to target include those related to blockchain gaming (GameFi), the metaverse, eSports, NFTs, and fintech/DeFi.The FAQ also clarified that both the EOS Network Foundation and EOS Network Ventures will operate as independent entities, following distinct but complementary mandates to serve the EOS blockchain. An essential component of the fund will be a buyback-and-burn program, intended to drive value back to holders of EOS’ eponymous digital asset. “One problem we’ve seen all too often in the crypto community is a misalignment of incentives between VCs and the community,” says La Rose. “What makes EOS Network Ventures unique is that their incentives are aligned with the EOS community. As a result, ENV has a vested interest in helping the EOS ecosystem.”As to the personnel tasked with vetting and backing web3 projects, that is yet to be decided. In the aforementioned FAQ, it is stated that the EOS-focused VC has not yet been formalized, with the early priority being approval of the fund itself. In the coming months, the EOS Network Foundation will recruit experienced financiers to manage the fund, with existing EOS Fund Management (EFM) multisig members acting as both custodians of the treasury and limited partners in the VC.A Watershed MomentHowever you slice it, this fund is a major statement of intent from EOS and a necessary step if the network hopes to grow and succeed. As La Rose says, making $100m available for projects in light of current market conditions is great news for the smart contract platform first launched in 2017.2022 has been a banner year for VC investment in blockchain, and other networks have unveiled similar war chests over the past 12 months; most notably the NEAR Foundation’s $100m fund announced in September. The key, of course, will be for EOS Network Ventures to back the right horses, winning web3 protocols that drive people to EOS instead of its countless competitors.
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