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How to buy Energy Web Token (EWT)

A beginner's guide to buying and selling EWT in the US.

How to buy Energy Web Token

Look for an exchange that supports both fiat and cryptocurrency to simplify buying Energy Web Token.

  1. Open an account on an exchange that supports EWT.
    Most exchanges require an email address, phone number and proof of ID to register.
  2. Deposit funds into your account.
    Fund your account with a bank transfer, pay with a credit or debit card or deposit cryptocurrency from a crypto wallet to buy Energy Web Token.
  3. Buy Energy Web Token.
    Complete your Energy Web Token purchase and then find the best wallet to store EWT.
The whole process can take as little as 15 minutes.
Disclaimer: This information is not advice to buy cryptocurrency, a recommendation for Energy Web Token or an endorsement of any particular provider or service. Talk with a financial professional before any investment or purchase.

What is Energy Web Token?

Energy Web Token (EWT) is the native token developed by the Energy Web Foundation, a non-profit group that aims to use blockchain to achieve a low-carbon electricity system. It runs the Energy Web Chain, a public blockchain platform to help the energy industry meet regulatory, operational and market needs. The Energy Web Chain has partnerships with utility operators, grid operators, renewable energy companies, corporate energy buyers and others around the world. Its partners include AGL and Shell.

Launched in mid-2019, the token has two main purposes. First, it is designed to protect the network against misbehaviour. Second, it is used to compensate validators by paying them transaction fees and block validation rewards. At the moment, only energy companies that meet Energy Web Foundation’s standards can become validators on the network.

Energy Web Token (EWT) is the 131st largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $595,429,985. The current price of Energy Web Token is $17.810, which is -6.089% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $19.030 and $17.270 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of April 19, 2021 08:04 UTC.

Where to buy Energy Web Token

Unfortunately at this time no major exchanges offer Energy Web Token. However, you may be able to purchase EWT with another cryptocurrency, just be sure you're following all legal restrictions and requirements.

Instead of buying Energy Web Token, consider buying a different cryptocurrency after comparing popular exchanges.

Energy Web Token coin price

Use our graph to track the performance of EWT over time.

Energy Web Token at a glance

Information last updated April 19, 2021 08:04 UTC.
Coin symbol EWT
Total EWT supply 62,380,138
Circulating EWT 33,350,424
Current price US$17.81
All time high US$22.670
All time high date April 17, 2021

Energy Web Token price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of US$17.81.

1 hour 0.21%
24 hours -6.09%
7 days 5.60%
14 days 12.36%
30 days -1.40%
60 days 3.66%
200 days 107.85%
1 year 1,974.44%

How to sell Energy Web Token

You can cash out your EWT with the same exchange you bought it through:

  1. Sign in to the exchange you have EWT on.
    If you store your Energy Web Token in a digital wallet, compare crypto exchanges to sell it on.
  2. Place a sell order.
    Choose the amount of EWT you'd like to sell.
  3. Complete your transaction.
    Confirm the sell price and fees and close your sale of Energy Web Token.

What to consider when buying Energy Web Token

Here are some of the things to keep in mind when deciding whether to buy EWT.
  • Supply. As of April 2021, EWT has a circulating supply of approximately 30 million that are available and can readily enter the token economy. The maximum supply of EWT is scheduled to increase to 100 million over 10 years.
  • Decarbonization. One of the challenges of the blockchain technology is the carbon emissions associated with the energy it consumes. It is estimated top five energy-consuming blockchains use more electricity per year than the state of New York. Energy Web is trying to move towards a zero carbon operation for all blockchains, by decarbonizing the XRP Ledger.
  • Staking. In February 2021 it was announced staking would soon become available for token holders. Staked EWT earns an annual return of up to 20% if high quality services are delivered.
  • Competition. There are private blockchains that work with energy operators that compete with the Energy Web Chain. However, in a recent Ask Me Anything the COO said reasons to favour a public blockchain over private blockchain might include data privacy, customer consent, decentralization and decarbonization.

Disclaimer: Cryptocurrencies, including Energy Web Token, are speculative, complex and involve significant risks – they are highly volatile and sensitive to secondary activity. Performance is unpredictable and past performance of EWT is no guarantee of future performance. Consider your own circumstances, and obtain your own advice, before relying on this information. You should also verify the nature of any product or service (including its legal status and relevant regulatory requirements) and consult the relevant Regulators' websites before making any decision. Finder, or the author, may have holdings in the Energy Web Token or any other cryptocurrency discussed.

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