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Supported cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies

At this point, you can trade with Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, Dash, Ethereum, Quantum, Ripple, Verge, Nano, ByteCoin, Lisk, FuturoCoin, Infinity Economics, DeepOnion, StrongHands, DraftCoin, Experience Points, X12, BitcoinToken, Monero, Dogecoin, Tron, SLT, EOS, Orbise10, Electra, Electroneum, FootballCoin, Safex Cash, Bitcoin SV, Privcy, LBRY Credits, Global Cryptocurrency CoinDeal will introduce new cryptos systematically basing on our community’s feedback.

To meet our users’ expectations, we conduct a poll for the next implemented cryptocurrency. You can check the status of current voting here. At this moment it is possible to deposit and withdraw EUR, GBP, USD, PLN, RUB. In the near future, CoinDeal will implement more fiat currencies.

Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin has its ups and downs. But, for sure, the most popular cryptocurrency can surprise. That’s how it found its way to the hearts and wallets of many people. When Bitcoin was very young, you could get 1309 BTC for $1. What may be interesting, the first transaction ever made in Bitcoin was a purchase of pizza for 10 000 BTC (about $10). Right now the same purchase would be worth about $120 million.

Despite of recent events, Bitcoin wasn’t always increasing. In November 2013, when the exchange price of BTC hit - since the release - its record point of $979, most of the investors were stunned. They started selling their Bitcoins, which contributed to a large price drop in May 2014. The index price of BTC decreased to $442.

Since that time, the exchange rate of Bitcoin has been growing steadily. In June 2017, traders were surprised by the big increase of BTC from about $1000 to more than $2800.

At the beginning of August, owners of Bitcoins experienced a historical moment - the creation of a new cryptocurrency, Bitcoin Cash. Traders were expecting big increases in Bitcoin prices. But when the price reached $4510, the media and governments became interested in Bitcoin. The growing trend kept up and reached its all-time high in December 2017 at $20 089. However, at the end of 2017, there was a significant drop due to another hard fork, the so-called revival of SegWit2x, and the doubts surrounding it. The future trend of Bitcoin is hard to predict at this point, but it will surely be interesting to watch.

Circulating Supply: 16,808,400

Max Supply: 21,000,000

Bitcoin Cash (BCH)

Bitcoin Cash is an upgraded version of original Bitcoin. It was brought to life in August 2017 as a result of a hard fork (in simple words - a community activated upgrade). The main purpose of creating BCH was to stick to the original principles, which defined Bitcoin as electronic cash that allows making online payments. Unfortunately, the original Bitcoin network got clogged over the years and was no longer viable as a mean of payment due to long transaction confirmation time, and increasing fees because of that. At the point of writing this article, there are almost 130 000 unconfirmed BTC transactions. Bitcoin Cash is meant to fix this problem by increasing the single block size to 8MB and reducing fees as a result of it. It still shares the transaction ledger with BTC. Bitcoin Cash is being accepted by more and more exchanges and payment systems, so it is worth to keep an eye on how it does in the near future.

Circulating Supply: 16,916,650 BCH

Max Supply: 21,000,000 BCH

Ethereum (ETH)

Ethereum is a computing platform based on blockchain, which provides a virtual machine allowing execution of operations requested by its users. That technology is called smart contracts. Smart contracts allow to code certain clauses into them and they will self-execute fully or partially at the given moment (or under given conditions). They are a more secure variant of the legal contracts and allow saving money on fees for third parties. The actual currency is called Ether and is distributed to the users of the Ethereum platform who are providing the computing power. It was created by Vitalik Buterin, who used to be an active member of the Bitcoin community. After failing to convince them that Bitcoin needs a scripting language for app development, he decided to go with his own idea. With the support of his backers (60 million ethers were sold pre-launch to fund the project), the first version of Ethereum was introduced in May 2015. Unfortunately, it was a subject to hackers’ attack in June 2016 which resulted in a loss of 50 million USD and a hard fork. Ethereum has split into ETH and ETC (Ethereum Classic). The security of the platform has been vastly improved since then. Currently, the third version of Ethereum called Metropolis (vByzantium) is live. Price of the ETH after long months of idleness jumped to over $1300 on January 15th, 2018 setting its record All-Time High value.

Circulating Supply: 97,036,950

Max Supply per year: 18 000 000

Litecoin (LTC)

Litecoin is another cryptocurrency that attempted to take what Bitcoin did and improve on it. It is decentralized and all the transactions are kept in a public ledger - blockchain. It actually shares its roots with Bitcoin as it came to life as a fork of Bitcoin core in October 2011. The major difference is in the hashing algorithm it uses but also in the frequency of processing blocks of transactions. Litecoin does it every 2.5 minutes, unlike Bitcoin with its 10 minutes intervals. This should result in the faster confirmation for transactions in a theory at least. Litecoin is also one of the first few cryptocurrencies that adopted SegWit and later made a successful transaction via Lightning Network (under one second between Zurich and San Francisco). After a rather long period (08.2014- 03.2017) of LTC price sticking to around $3 - $7 mark, it has started to increase steadily in April 2017 to reach its all-time high on December 19th, 2017 at $375. However, it started to plunge at the end of 2017 following the news of Charlie Lee, the Litecoin creator, getting rid of all his LTC tokens. Still, there is plenty of merchants accepting Litecoin and it does not look like it is going away anytime soon.

Circulating Supply: 54,808,858

Max Supply: 84 000 000

Dash (DASH)

Initially known as XCoin and later also Darkcoin, Dash has been brought to life as a fork of Litecoin. Interestingly, 10% (1.9 million) of all the supply that will ever be available, has been mined within the first 48 hours after release. It is said that it was a bug in a code that would incorrectly calculate the tasks’ difficulty level and assign too high rewards to the miners. A re-launch was proposed but the community disagreed and the mined tokens quickly hit the exchanges and were sold for a low price. What is also interesting about Dash is that its governance qualifies as a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO). It means it is self-funded and self-governing. This model allows paying everybody who brings some value to the Dash network. The main features of Litecoin are ‘InstantSend’ and ‘PrivateSend’ which work exactly as it says on the tin. “InstantSend” transactions can be confirmed in less than a second and “PrivateSend” keeps the history and activity private. Value-wise, ever since the release, the price was stuck below $15 until January 2017 when it started its climb to an All-Time High price of $1642.22 on December 20th, 2017. Despite January 2018 not being too kind to cryptocurrencies, Dash team keeps on forming new partnerships with Arizona State University and BitINKA amongst others which gives a positive outlook on its future.

Circulating Supply: 7,825,012

Max Supply: 18,900,000

Quantum (QTUM)

Quantum is a blockchain-based cryptocurrency that focuses on simplifying smart contract management also via mobile devices. It applies PoS algorithm (Proof of Stake) which assigns the created crypto to the network users via combinations of random selections (unlike Proof of Work algorithm, which does it as a reward for mining). It had been initially offered to the public in Spring 2017 at a price of $0.30 and 51% of all supply was distributed to its backers for a total of $15.6M. The remaining 49% will be distributed to developers, founders, and others as stated in their Economy Whitepaper. Quantum Mainnet has been launched on 13th of September 2017. At the time of writing this article, a single QTUM token is priced at $26.82 what is a drop after its peak of $103.00 at the beginning of January 2018. Recently, the price seems to have stabilized and with the QTUM’s Team focus on being a public blockchain for supporting business (like Telecommunications and Logistics), there is a bright future ahead of them. They are supposed to bring us the best of the worlds of BitCoin Core and Ethereum so we keep fingers crossed for their success.

Circulating Supply: 73 914 296

Max Supply: 100 414 296

Ripple (XRP)

Standing tall beside cryptocurrency titans, Ripple is often described as one of Bitcoin’s main competitors. In June 2017, with it's market cap being $11.94 billion, Ripple placed right behind Bitcoin ($45.26 billion) and Ethereum ($31.53 billion). Ripple is a startup from San Francisco which created a solution for global payments relying on the blockchain. XRP is its own digital asset that allows banks and payment providers an on-demand option to execute cross-border payments. One of the features that make Ripple unique is that its network does not verify the transactions by Proof of Work (like Bitcoin) or Proof of Stake (like Quantum) algorithms. It uses a Consensus algorithm that is much faster and does not require miners for the network to be secure. Furthermore, the XRP cannot be mined at all - the circulating supply is constant and its flow is controlled by Ripple. This is a controversial feature which has been criticized by Bitcoin’s well-wishers. Ripple decided to freeze 88% of the cryptocurrency’s supply in order to sell one billion XRP every month. One of the main assets of Ripple is its transaction execution time - standing at 4 seconds per transaction (with Ethereum settling the payments in over 2 minutes and Bitcoin in over 1 hour) it is one of the fastest digital means of payment.

Circulating Supply: 39,094,520,623

Max Supply: 100,000,000,000

Lisk (LSK)

Lisk was released in May 2016 as an alternative to Ethereum. The idea behind it was to allow developers to create JavaScript-based software on the blockchain. The outcome of that was easy to use the environment in which programmers can build, disseminate and earn from created applications. Potential of the project is as big as the popularity of JavaScript language as it is used to create almost every website. JavaScript can be found in dedicated applications for smartphones and other devices as well. This is the biggest advantage over Ethereum which forces developers to learn a new programing language - Solidity. Lisk is decentralized just like Bitcoin, but it uses Delegated Proof of Stake instead of Bitcoin’s Proof of Work. It means that every owner of LSK token can vote for miners (delegates) of the main block-chain. There are only 101 active delegates who always have the most votes in the whole network. Only they can encrypt transactions and put it to the blockchain. As the reward they receive tokens. Lisk uses side-chains, smart-contracts and cloud-storage. It provides a complete Software Development Kit to implement own side-chains and to develop blockchain applications based on them.

Circulating Supply: 103 489 474 LSK

Max Supply: 100,000,000 + amount of new tokens decreased every year

Nano (NANO)

Initially known as RailBlocks launched in 2015, Nano under its current name was announced on January 2018. Interestingly, all Nano has already been distributed in October 2017 via a captcha-based faucet distribution system. Nano’s key features are instant transactions, lack of fees and infinite scalability. But how is this possible? In short, each Nano transaction is a block itself and can be processed instantly (unlike for example BTC, where one block consists of many transactions and can only be processed once it is mined). Additionally, each account holds its own blockchain, called account-chain, which keeps the record of all the transactions. A new block can only be added by the account-chain owner, hence transferring funds always require two transactions - sending and receiving. Performing transactions in this manner also helps to stay away from a big amount of computing power and electricity needed in the process. This translates to almost non-existent nodes’ running costs. Nano network is based on Proof of Stake voting system, which means that all accounts can participate in voting (needed for transaction confirmation) and the votes are weighted by account balances (more funds means a has a bigger weight). For the vast majority of its existence so far, Nano/Railblocks price remained below 0.30 USD to start its steady climb in December 2017 until reaching its all-time high of 37 USD on January the 2nd, 2018. The price was dropping ever since. However, both the project and the Core Team are evolving so it seems there is a bright future ahead of them.

Circulating Supply: 133 248 290

Max Supply: 133 248 290

Bytecoin (BCN)

Bytecoin was launched in July 2012. The founders’ main goals, among others, were a modest amount of energy and human resources needed to run the cryptocurrency network as well as its resistance to hacker attacks. They take pride in the fact that transactions are not charged with fees and the coins are easy to mine on average computers without the need for great computing power. What makes Bytecoin innovative is that it is the first cryptocurrency to use the CryptoNote protocol. The transactions are almost entirely anonymous - they cannot be followed through blockchain in a way that reveals who the sender or the receiver is. It is also not possible to know the actual amount of Bytecoin sent - you can only know the approximate amount. The only people with access to all of the information regarding a specific transaction are the sender and the receiver. A single Bytecoin transaction is processed every two minutes and during this time, the number of Bytecoins emitted is slightly decreasing. As a result, Bytecoin gains value and the exchange rate increases.

Circulating Supply: 183,819,097,769

Max Supply: 184,470,000,000

Verge (XVG)

Like many other cryptos, Verge decided to do what BitCoin does and improve it. Its main goal is still to be a method of payment, but in a faster, more flexible and totally anonymous way. Verge was not funded as an ICO or pre-mined coin sale. Instead, it is an open-source project supported by developers from all over the world. It was called DogeCoinDark when first released in 2014. It became Verge in 2016 and has been gaining popularity ever since. Its key selling points are: short transaction times (claimed to be between 5 and 10 seconds), low transaction costs of 0.1$XVG when transacting with $XVG, possibility to process transactions over the publicly visible blockchain or via a private protocol that allows for complete anonymity (supported by Tor and I2P) and more. XVG price at the beginning of December 2017 was as low as 0.006 USD but it skyrocketed to its 2017 high on December the 23rd, reaching 0.30 USD. At the beginning of April 2018 XVG sells for around 0.07 USD but it is still one of the top traded cryptos nowadays.

Circulating Supply: 14 792 595 325

Max Supply: 16 555 000 000

FuturoCoin (FTO)

Launched at the beginning of 2018 by FutureNet, FuturoCoin started out as a fork for another cryptocurrency, Dash. Now it is a fully-independent cryptocurrency with its own blockchain.

FutureNet takes pride in how its cryptocurrency manages fees. You can perform as much as ten FuturoCoin transactions within one fixed fee. It also does not charge additional fees for instant transactions, since every standard transaction is executed within as quick as four seconds.

What makes FutureCoin one-of-a-kind in the world of cryptocurrencies is that its creators allow all users to take part in mining without actually having to mine the cryptocurrency themselves. This is possible by acquiring FutureNet’s mining packages.

FuturoCoin manages to be even more decentralized than cryptocurrencies are in concept. It uses a proof-of-work X11 algorithm, which makes ASICs much more difficult to create. Blocks are mined every minute and each one of them generates exactly 13.31811263 FTO. This number is constant throughout all the time unlike in other cryptocurrency networks, where the amount of emitted coins is reduced after a certain number of blocks are mined.

Out of its maximum supply, 30,000,000 FuturoCoins were mined at the very beginning for promotion and marketing purposes, with 70,000,000 left for the miners to win during the estimated 10 years of its mining.

Circulating Supply: N/A

Max Supply: 100,000,000 FTO

Infinity Economics (XIN)

XIN Coins emerged in January 2017 after being generated in so-called Genesis process. All 9 000 000 000 were distributed to the founding community. But it is more than a new cryptocurrency. It is a part of something way bigger - the Infinity Economics platform and their own vision of a blockchain. Infinity Economics creators say that they have learned from the weaknesses of ‘prototypes’ like BitCoin and are aiming for a balance between security and performance. They rely strongly on their community (said to have around 150 000 members) and their ideas, supported by sidechain and the test net. Infinity Economics platform supports features like sending simple text messages via blockchain, consensus-based transparent elections, online wallets, asset exchange, crowdfunding, adding new coins within Infinity Economics monetary system, recurring payments, smart contracts, Escrow Services and of course the major currency that is XIN coin (accepted both online and offline). XIN coin and its worldwide reach are definitely one of the major goals for the founders. At the time of writing this article, 1 XIN coin is worth around 0.01 USD. It is a drop from the all-time high of 0.094 USD achieved on November 2017, however, the project does not seem to be slowing down or going anywhere in the near future.

Circulating Supply: N/A

Max Supply: 9,000,000,000 XIN

DeepOnion (ONION)

Launched in July 2017, DeepOnion is a hybrid cryptocurrency which uses both Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Work algorithms in order to increase the stability of the coin. The transactions are executed almost instantly and what makes them unique is that they are even more anonymous than cryptocurrency transactions are in concept.

DeepOnion takes pride in its complete anonymity thanks to the Stealth Addresses feature. This cryptocurrency is natively integrated with the TOR network, which greatly reduces the likelihood of being attacked or hacked. But what is more, thanks to the DeepSend feature, the transactions are untraceable. You can easily send and receive ONIONs, but neither the transaction’s sender or the receiver can be traced.

What is controversial about DeepOnion is that 90% of its coins have been pre-mined. Most of these coins will be air-dropped in 40 rounds to the DeepOnion community, with some of them left for bounties, rewards and promotions. This leaves over 2,000,000 ONIONs for the DeepOnion miners to win with initial 8 ONIONs per each mined block.

The creators wanted to allow the users’ voices to be heard. To achieve this, they came up with the VoteCentral feature which will allow users to take the lead in developing the coin. They will both vote for the features that should be implemented as well as bring up their own ideas for development.

Circulating Supply: 12,677,858 ONION

Max Supply: 25,000,000 ONION

DraftCoin (DFT)

DraftCoin is a cryptocurrency mostly used on an online gaming service called BTCDraft. It was founded in 2014 and has been evolving ever since. On BTCDraft you can challenge yourself and others in a variety of Arcade and Casino Games. Additionally, you can use DraftCoins for sports betting and exchange them to USD directly on the platform. Blockchain technology is also used to store high scores.

Out of the 20 000 000 DFT available, 75% were pre-mined with the purpose to make it immediately available for the users of the platform and the remaining 25% will be paid out to clients who stake DFTs in their personal wallets. BTCDraft says they will purchase DFT coins themselves from the external exchanges to make sure they always have enough available in the house. DFT uses Proof of Stake algorithm and transactions are performed every 60 seconds (Block Time).

In April 2018, the price is oscillating around 0.13USD mark which is a drop comparing to its best month - January 2018 when it was valued above 1.00 USD throughout the whole month and reached its all-time high of 7.30 USD. We will have to wait and see how future unfolds for BTCDraft and their coin but gaming and sports betting never seems to be out of date so it should be just fine.

Circulating Supply: 7,765,598 DFT

Max Supply: 17,765,598 DFT

StrongHands (SHND)

Initially designed as a fork for Bitcoin (under the name of PeerCoin), StrongHands was created by Jackson Briggs in order to improve the Proof-of-Stake and Proof-of-Work systems. The SHND itself was launched in September 2015 and introduced many innovations to the Bitcoin’s idea of cryptocurrencies, such as energy efficiency and more adaptive response to the rapid change in network computation power.

At the end of 2015, StrongHands’ original developer suddenly passed away and the improvements in the coin’s technology eventually stopped. The lack of a lead developer or community direction resulted in the coin’s eventual dormancy. However, in August 2017, a small team of developers and project managers from both the United States and Japan took interest in StrongHand’s advantages over Bitcoin. They identified some major compatibility issues with the cryptocurrency’s wallet and rushed to fix them. In January 2018, an official community takeover was announced as well as the coin’s roadmap and whitepaper.

StrongHands’ uses a combined Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake minting system with a Proof-of-Stake security model. The reward for each block is 250,000 SHND and blocks are completed about every two and a half minutes.

Circulating Supply: 537,505,773,562 SHND

Max Supply: 19,000,000,000,000 SHND

Experience Points (XP)

To quote one of the XP team members: “XP is a dual-purpose digital asset used for achievements and progression and an open decentralized digital currency.” As for the digital asset, the platform aims to allow other businesses, educational institutions, and other blockchain projects to plug in and integrate Experience Points within their own systems. They could be used for rewarding students, gamers, etc. The perfect scenario for XP team would be to onboard companies like Steam, Origin, Uplay, iOS App Store, Play Store, and others. Gamers would obtain XP coins through in-game achievements and high scores.

Other key features of the XP coin are the quick transactions that are supposed to be processed within minutes and will always be free. Also, it allows so-called ‘staking’, meaning that if your wallet is encrypted, allowed for staking and synchronized with the network (plus it has ‘mature’ coins on it), it will receive a block reward every now and then. The chance of getting a reward is proportional to the weight of your coins in the wallet (based on Proof-of-Stake model). Value-wise, 1 XP was worth around 0.000006 USD in September 2016. Its all-time high was reached on January the 5th 2018 when the price went up to 0.006031 USD. In April 2018 it seemed to be on the rise and on 25th it was at 0.000265.

Circulating Supply: 225,600,981,396 XP

Max Supply: 260,414,441,669 XP

X12 (X12)

X12 was released in August 2017 and it originates from Monero and CryptoNote. The key idea behind X12 was to create unique and private currency. Right now this is more important than it ever was in the past - big data technology is penetrating all user personal field available on the Internet. X12 was created to ensure independence, privacy, and security.

Behind that project there is a group of professionals - financial and cryptography experts ensuring the success of the idea. X12 gives the full block reward to the miners, who are the most critical members of the network who provide this security. Transactions are cryptographically secure using the latest and most resilient encryption tools available.

For X12 privacy is very important. X12 protects users in a court of law and unfair punishment. This privacy must be completely accessible to all users, whether they are technologically beginners or experts.

X12 was created to provide the maximum amount of decentralization. With x12, you do not have to trust anyone else on the network. The network is managed by this technology itself. An accessible “Proof of Work” algorithm ensures this.

Circulating Supply: N/A

Max Supply: N/A

Bitcoin Token (BTK)

BitcoinToken wants to be an improvement of Bitcoin legacy in creating a decentralized currency, by the people for the people. BitcoinToken was designed to be mainly distributed as awards to adopters for maintenance and continual improvement of the project. The rest of the tokens are to be airdropped naturally. Like other cryptocurrencies, this is an attempt to start a movement of crypto maniacs that can not be controlled by patronites or financial investors but each person of the cryptocurrency society adds some value.

Bitcoin Token is compliant with ERC20 so that it and can be easily tradable on decentralized exchanges. It is a peer to peer, secure platform based on Ethereum, with an average transaction time of only 24 seconds. BitcoinToken is a solution now for smaller faster transactions, with lower fees. It is intended for real-life solutions and transactions.

Circulating Supply: 5,000,000,000 BTK

Max Supply: 10,000,000,000 BTK


It is evident that TRON is of great interest to a lot of people ever since its conception in October of 2017. The launch of the project’s main net has been a big development - Tron is a blockchain-based protocol for a free content entertainment system, allowing each user to freely publish, store and own data, and in the decentralized autonomous form, decides the distribution, subscription and push of contents and enables content creators by releasing, circulating and dealing with digital assets, thus forming a decentralized content entertainment ecosystem. Tronix ix an ERC20 token based on the Ethereum blockchain, acting as the basic unit of account on the platform.

TRON launch is off to a far smoother start compared to how other networks are trucking along. No real network issues have been discovered as of yet, and the governance model is not being revised for the time being. Tron price recently broke to the upside of its falling wedge pattern to signal a pickup in bullish momentum. Price is starting to trade inside a smaller rising channel and is currently testing the top and there are more hints of bullish pressure but Tron price might need a pullback to gather more energy.

Circulating Supply: 65,748,111,645 TRX

Max Supply: 99,000,000,000.0 TRX

Monero (XMR)

What makes Monero different from most of the currencies we offer is the degree of privacy their users have. Monero uses cryptography to shield sending and receiving addresses, as well as transacted amounts. Every Monero transaction, by default, hides from third parties sending and receiving addresses as well as transacted amounts. This always-on privacy means that every Monero user's activity enhances the privacy of all other users, unlike selectively transparent cryptocurrencies.

What comes with it is also the fungibility, a property of currency that makes every unit of it exchangeable with any other of the same kind. Monero has been built specifically to address the problem of traceability and non-fungibility inherent in other cryptocurrencies. By having completely private transactions Monero is truly fungible and there can be no blacklisting of certain XMR.

Monero’s developers heavily emphasize community feedback and providing it’s users with educational resources, even going as far as creating a dedicated wiki - Moreopedia. What started as a thread on Bitcointalk forum has evolved into a strong and independent network of user-driven, privacy-oriented growing cryptocurrency.

Debuting in April of 2014, Monero reached its peak value in January 2016 when it was values at about 490 USD.

Circulating Supply: 16 238 445 XMR

Max Supply: None, XMR mining will forever create new coins.

Dogecoin (DOGE)

This recent addition to our exchange is another one to join the rooster of community-driven cryptos, with this one being favored by Shiba Inus worldwide. Debuting in December of 2013, the price of rose shortly after being introduced to the market, but then fell dramatically. Recently, however, the price of the Dogecoin is on a rise. One of the most popular uses for Dogecoin is "tipping" fellow internet-goers who create or share great content. Think of it as a more meaningful "like" or upvote, with real value that can be used all across the internet

Dogecoin is a part of the Dogecoin Foundation which is a Colorado non-profit corporation created for and by the members of the worldwide Dogecoin community. Their purpose is to facilitate the continuing prosperity of Dogecoin through promotional and charitable endeavors and they seek to foster and expand the community ideals of camaraderie and playful discovery and to empower people the world over.

Circulating Supply: 115 336 717 000 DOGE

Max Supply: None, DOGE mining will forever create new coins.

Eos crypto (EOS)

Debuting in early 2018 EOS.IO very quickly rose in power, reaching rank 5 on CoinMarketCap by the mid-2018. The EOS.IO software introduces a new blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications. This is achieved by creating an operating system-like construct upon which applications can be built. The software provides accounts, authentication, databases, asynchronous communication, and the scheduling of applications across many CPU cores or clusters. The resulting technology is a blockchain architecture that may ultimately scale to millions of transactions per second, eliminates user fees, and allows for quick and easy deployment and maintenance of decentralized applications, in the context of a governed blockchain.

The aim of the platform is to provide decentralized application hosting, smart contract capability and decentralized storage enterprise solutions that solve the scalability issues of blockchains like Bitcoin and Ethereum, as well as eliminating all fees for users. EOSIO accomplishes this by being both multi-threaded (able to run on multiple computer cores) as well as using delegated proof-of-stake for its consensus protocol. It aims to be the first decentralized operating system (EOSIO) that provides a development environment for decentralized applications like Steemit, a social network with monetary incentives and BitShares, a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange (DEX).

Reaching its highest price of 20$ per unit in the May of 2018, EOS is steadily growing as a crypto.

Circulating Supply: 906,245,118 EOS

Max Supply: 1,000,000,000 EOS

How many confirmations are required for a transaction to be accepted at

  • Bitcoin - 2 confirmations
  • Bitcoin Cash - 2 confirmations
  • Litecoin - 3 confirmations
  • Ethereum - 5 confirmations
  • Dash - 3 confirmations
  • QTUM - 5 confirmations

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