Algorithm

Cryptos:

2,117

Exchanges:

10

Marketcap:

$2,125,903,050,622

Volume 24h:

$40,062,540,112

Proof of Stake

PoS

Rank #3

$448,145,570,469

0

12

Winners (undefined)%

24H

Losers (undefined)%

Rank

3

Assets

12

1

Marketcap

$448,145,570,469

Volume 24h

$61,753,941,337

Losers

12

Overview
Assets

$448,145,570,469

Marketcap

$61,753,941,337

Volume

3

Rank

0

Winners

12

Losers

-2.49

%

Change 24h

-14.84

%

Change 7d

1H

0.070

%

1D

-2.49

%

1W

-14.84

%

1M

-16.00

%

2M

16.92

%

3M

26.60

%

6M

116.28

%

1Y

67.99

%

About Proof of Stake

Proof of Stake is a consensus algorithm used in blockchain networks to validate transactions and create new blocks. In PoS, instead of miners using computing power to solve complex mathematical problems to add new blocks, validators use their stake in the network to secure the network and earn rewards. The stake is usually in the form of tokens or coins.

In a PoS network, validators are chosen to add new blocks to the blockchain based on their stake, and their chance of being selected is proportional to the amount of stake they hold. This ensures that validators with a higher stake have a higher chance of being chosen to validate transactions and add new blocks, which helps to secure the network and prevent attacks.

PoS is considered to be more energy-efficient than the Proof of Work (PoW) algorithm, which is used in Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. This is because PoS does not require miners to solve complex mathematical problems using computing power, which consumes a lot of energy.

Some popular cryptocurrencies that use PoS include Ethereum, Cardano, and Polkadot.

Overall, PoS is a promising alternative to PoW, and it has the potential to become the dominant consensus algorithm in the future of blockchain and cryptocurrency.