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Ethereum unit converter

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Quickly convert among Ether denominations to learn how much you have.

Ether is the cryptocurrency used within the blockchain network Ethereum. But you might not know that Ether comprises unique subdenominations, many named for influential players in the worlds of compsci, crypto and cypherpunk.

From the wei to the tether, here’s how to quickly convert your Ether into its smaller units for easy reference. Simply enter a unit of Ether below to see what it’s worth broken down — and real-time in US dollars.

Ether conversions

Ether:

is worth

Wei:
Kwei, Ada, Femtoether:
Mwei, Babbage, Picoether:
Gwei, Shannon, Nanoether, Nano:
Szabo, Microether, Micro:
Finney, Milliether, Milli:
Kether, Grand, Einstein:
Mether:
Gether:
Tether:

Your 1 Ether are worth around $0 USD.


According to Binance, the current price of Ether is $.

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