What is dust in cryptocurrencies?

What is dust? In the language of cryptocurrencies, the term dust refers to a tiny amount of coins or tokens – an amount that is so small that most users don't even notice. Taking Bitcoin as an example, the smallest unit of BTC is 1 satoshi (0.00000001 BTC), so we may use the term dust to refer to a couple of hundreds of satoshis.

What is the lowest price for dust protocol (dust)?

The lowest price paid for DUST Protocol (DUST) is $0.00087580, which was recorded on Mar 25, 2022 (about 1 year). Comparatively, the current price is 238,852.71% higher than the all-time low price. What is the market cap of DUST Protocol (DUST)? Market capitalization of DUST Protocol (DUST) is - and is ranked #N/A on CoinGecko today.

How much is Bitcoin dust?

It also depends on which cryptocurrency you are using, as the fees vary widely between them. For example, most wallets observe a Bitcoin dust limit of 546 sats (0.00000546 BTC, or roughly 7 cents). Can You Receive Crypto Dust Without Doing Anything?

What is a dust balance?

Within cryptocurrency exchanges, dust is also the name given to tiny amounts of coins that "get stuck" on users' accounts after trading orders are executed. Dust balances are not tradeable, but Binance users are able to convert them to BNB.