Like other blockchains, Ethereum has its native cryptocurrency called Ether (ETH). ETH is a digital currency. If you’ve heard of Bitcoin, ETH has a lot of common features. It is purely digital and can be sent to anyone in the world, instantly. The ETH money supply is not controlled by any government or company. It is decentralized and limited. The whole world uses ETH to make payments, as a store of value or as a deposit.
But unlike other blockchains, Ethereum can do much more. Ethereum is programmable, which means developers can use it to build new types of applications.
Fresh Ethereum news
- Global economy saved: Reddit’s MOON token has a $2.64 septillion market capCointelegraph.com News - 3 hours agoDespite still being on the Rinkeby testnet, holders of Reddit’s ‘MOONs’ have devised a way to trade the tokens for fiat.
- 93% of the top 250 coins declined in price in SeptemberCointelegraph.com News - 3 hours agoThe DeFi hype faded in September, dragging prices with it.
- DeFi is too 'noisy,' MyEtherWallet CEO saysCointelegraph.com News - 14 hours agoHype can be hectic and unorganized.
- Launch rehearsal for Ethereum 2.0 ‘90% successful’ despite participation issuesCointelegraph.com News - 18 hours agoParticipation is low once again, but it doesn’t seem to matter.
- Report: Impermanent loss on Uniswap and other AMMs is always permanentCointelegraph.com News - 21 hours agoIs it time to find another name for this phenomenon?