IOTA (MIOTA) price, chart, coin profile and news

Find the latest IOTA (MIOTA) price, coin profile, news and history to get you started with IOTA trading and investing.

- $0.0002 ( - 0.08%)
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What is IOTA?

IOTA is a new type of cryptocurrency network that uses a technology called The Tangle to support its network, instead of a blockchain. This allows IOTA to provide users with zero transaction fees, instant transfers and theoretically infinite scalability. It is focused on microtransactions and aims to support the Internet of Things, enabling smart devices (eg, phones, fridges, cars) to talk and transact with each other. The IOTA (MIOTA) coin is used for payments on the network.

IOTA (MIOTA) is the 59th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $755,877,321. The current price of IOTA is $0.272117, which is 0.002% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.273367 and $0.263478 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of July 03, 2022 09:07 UTC.

IOTA (MIOTA) price

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IOTA at a glance

Information last updated July 03, 2022 09:07 UTC.
Coin symbol MIOTA
Coin Marketcap US$755,877,321
Total MIOTA supply 2,779,530,283
Circulating MIOTA 2,779,530,283
Current price US$0.272117
All time high US$5.25
All time high date March 13, 2020
Notable team members Sergey Ivancheglo, Serguei Popov, David Sønstebø, Dominik Schiener
Partnerships Volkswagen, Jaguar, Fujitsu
Industry Internet of Things
Token uses Utility token
Network IOTA

IOTA price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of US$0.272117.

1 hour 0.65%
24 hours 0.00%
7 days -0.37%
14 days 0.72%
30 days -10.40%
60 days 7.95%
200 days -23.66%
1 year -45.84%

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