How much does Ethereum cost?

The current price is $1,899.56 per ETH. Ethereum is 61.17% below the all time high of $4,891.70. The current circulating supply is 120,357,218.706 ETH. This content is for informational purposes only. Ethereum is a decentralized computing platform that uses ETH (also called Ether) to pay transaction fees (or “gas”).

What happened to Ethereum in 2017?

Ethereum’s January 2017 price of around $7 means that it gained an astounding 10,000% in 2017. The star of the show, bitcoin, began the year at about $800 and managed to add about 1,500% to its price. "Ethereum has huge potential, 2017 was the year of ERC-20 tokens, but Ethereum has a lot more to offer," said Yuval Gov form CryptoPotato.

How much did ETH cost in 2017?

From ether’s official launch date in 2014 to March 2017, the token’s price remained rangebound between $0.70 and $21. It wasn’t until the 2017 bull crypto market started to pick up in May of that year that ETH price went above $100 for the first time. From there, ether skyrocketed to a peak of $414 in June 2017 before correcting.

Where can I find historical ETH price data?

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