Vermögenswert

KryptowÀhrungen:

2,117

Börsen:

11

Marktkapitalisierung:

$1,536,746,016,229

Volumen 24 Stunden:

$70,904,224,112

Tezos logo

Tezos

XTZ

Rang #49

-3

Coin

$0.921

Tags

Emmy+
Liquid Proof of Stake
Staking
Finanzen
Fintech
Infrastruktur
DeFi
Web3
Governance
Dezentralisiert
NFTs
Schicht 1
InteroperabilitÀt
Smart Contracts
Skalierbarkeit
PseudonymitÀt

$0.915

$0.925

Tief

24S

Hoch

Contracts

Marktkapitalisierung

N/A

Volumen 24 Stunden

$4,999,071

Änderung 24 Stunden

10.14

%

Umlaufende Versorgung

961,923,177

Gesamte Versorgung

N/A

Geburtstag
Alter

5 Jahre

Dezimalstellen

6

Brieftaschen

21

Nachrichten

4

Börsen

9

Paare

11

Tickers

26

Base

11

Allzeithoch

$8.45

Datum des ATH

Oct 04 2021

Tage seit ATH

796

Allzeittief

$0.360

Datum des ATL

Dec 11 2018

Tage seit ATL

1824

Überblick
Börsen
MĂ€rkte
Brieftaschen
Nachrichten

$0.921

Preis

$0.925

Hoch

$0.915

Tief

$885,820,465

Marktkapitalisierung

$4,999,071

Volumen

N/A

Öffnen

N/A

Schließen

1S

0.400

%

1T

10.14

%

1W

10.80

%

1M

12.22

%

2M

30.44

%

3M

31.20

%

6M

24.97

%

1J

-6.34

%

Über Tezos

Tezos (XTZ) is a decentralized blockchain platform that was created by Arthur and Kathleen Breitman in 2014. The project was designed to address some of the challenges faced by existing blockchain platforms, such as upgradeability, governance, and security.

One of the key features of Tezos is its use of a Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm, which allows token holders to participate in the network's governance and earn rewards for securing the network. Unlike Proof-of-Work (PoW) algorithms, which require miners to perform complex computations to validate transactions and earn rewards, PoS algorithms rely on staking, where validators hold a certain amount of tokens to participate in the consensus process.

Tezos also features a self-amending protocol, which enables network upgrades without the need for hard forks. This means that the platform can evolve over time, without the risk of chain splits that can occur with hard forks. The self-amending process is achieved through on-chain governance, where token holders can vote on proposals to upgrade the protocol, including changes to the consensus algorithm, transaction fees, and other network parameters.

Another notable feature of Tezos is its support for smart contracts, which allows developers to build decentralized applications (dApps) on the platform. Tezos also offers formal verification, a rigorous method of ensuring code correctness that enhances security and reliability. Formal verification involves mathematically proving that a program is correct, rather than relying on testing and auditing to detect bugs and vulnerabilities.

Tezos has had a complex history, with disputes between the Breitmans and the Tezos Foundation leading to delays and legal battles. The project's initial coin offering (ICO) in 2017 raised over $232 million, but the launch of the mainnet was delayed due to disagreements over governance and control of the project. Despite these challenges, Tezos launched its mainnet in 2018 and has since gained traction, with developers building on the platform and users participating in its governance through on-chain voting.

Tezos has also formed partnerships with notable companies such as Ubisoft and Societe Generale, showcasing the platform's potential for enterprise applications. The platform has a growing ecosystem of dApps, tools, and services, and its token, XTZ, is traded on major cryptocurrency exchanges. Tezos has also established a grant program to fund community-driven projects and support the development of the ecosystem.