Algorand (ALGO) price, chart, coin profile and news

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What is Algorand?

Algorand, founded in 2017, says it’s a permissionless, public and decentralized blockchain. It’s similar to Bitcoin or Ethereum in this respect. It’s designed to serve as a base-level blockchain protocol on which other dapps can be built and smart contracts operated.

One thing that makes Algorand different is that it claims to be highly scalable, so it’s not prone to the same bottlenecks or fee issues that Bitcoin or Ethereum frequently are. It uses a proof-of-stake system that provides immediate transaction finality, which eliminates a lot of the forking problems of earlier blockchains.

Algorand (ALGO) is the 33rd largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $2,442,891,661. The current price of Algorand is $0.354162, which is 0.001% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.357786 and $0.345741 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of August 07, 2022 05:08 UTC.

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Algorand (ALGO) price

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Algorand at a glance

Information last updated August 07, 2022 05:08 UTC.
Coin symbol ALGO
Coin Marketcap US$2,442,891,661
Total ALGO supply 7,350,652,281
Circulating ALGO 6,949,413,248
Current price US$0.354162
All time high US$3.56
All time high date March 13, 2020
Notable team members Silvio Micali
Partnerships AIKON, Envision Racing
Industry Decentralised finance
Token uses Transaction fees, digital currency
Network Algorand

Algorand price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of US$0.354162.

1 hour -0.76%
24 hours 0.00%
7 days 0.87%
14 days 0.19%
30 days 4.85%
60 days 5.35%
200 days 9.62%
1 year -11.47%

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