Cryptos:  11,064Exchanges:  389Market Cap:  $1,449,930,273,71724h Vol:  $112,878,651,834Dominance:  BTC: 47.6% ETH: 17.6%ETH Gas:  17 Gwei
Cryptos:  11,064Exchanges:  389Market Cap:  $1,449,930,273,71724h Vol:  $112,878,651,834Dominance:  BTC: 47.6% ETH: 17.6%ETH Gas:  17 Gwei
VET

VeChainVET

Rank #23
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On 620,822 watchlists

VeChain Price (VET)

$0.07634
3.18%

0.000002079 BTC3.18%

0.00003505 ETH3.18%

Low:$0.0748
High:$0.08959
24h
VET  VeChain VETPrice: $0.07634 3.18%
Market Cap
$4,909,598,824
3.18%
Fully Diluted Market Cap
$6,619,302,323
22.53%
Volume
24h
$1,211,688,757
88.24%
Volume / Market Cap
0.2468
Circulating Supply
64.32B VET
74%
Max Supply
86,712,634,466
Total Supply
86,712,634,466
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VET Price Statistics

VeChain Price Today
VeChain Price$0.07634
Price Change24h$-0.00251
3.18%
24h Low / 24h High
$0.0748 /
$0.08959
Trading Volume24h$1,211,688,756.69
88.24%
Volume / Market Cap0.2468
Market Dominance0.34%
Market Rank#23
VeChain Market Cap
Market Cap$4,909,598,823.67
3.18%
Fully Diluted Market Cap$6,619,302,323.05
22.53%
VeChain Price Yesterday
Yesterday's Low / High
$0.07392 /
$0.08959
Yesterday's Open / Close
$0.07435 /
$0.0779
Yesterday's Change

4.78%

Yesterday's Volume$1,285,014,564.94
VeChain Price History
7d Low / 7d High
$0.05608 /
$0.08959
30d Low / 30d High
$0.05608 /
$0.09497
90d Low / 90d High
$0.05608 /
$0.2499
52 Week Low / 52 Week High
$0.008917 /
$0.2782
All Time High
Apr 17, 2021 (3 months ago)
$0.2782
72.56%
All Time Low
Mar 13, 2020 (a year ago)
$0.001678
4450.15%
VeChain ROI

408.21%

VeChain Supply
Circulating Supply64,315,576,989 VET
Total Supply86,712,634,466 VET
Max Supply86,712,634,466 VET

VeChain Chart

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VET Price Live Data

The live VeChain price today is $0.076336 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,211,688,757 USD. VeChain is down 3.18% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #23, with a live market cap of $4,909,598,824 USD. It has a circulating supply of 64,315,576,989 VET coins and a max. supply of 86,712,634,466 VET coins.

If you would like to know where to buy VeChain, the top exchanges for trading in VeChain are currently Binance, Huobi Global, FTX, Upbit, and Hotcoin Global. You can find others listed on our crypto exchanges page.

What Is VeChain (VET)?

VeChain (VET) is a blockchain-powered supply chain platform. Begun in 2015 and launched in June 2016, VeChain aims to use distributed governance and Internet of Things (IoT) technology to create an ecosystem which solves some of the major problems with supply chain management.

The platform uses two in-house tokens, VET and VTHO, to manage and create value based on its VeChainThor public blockchain.

The idea is to boost the efficiency, traceability and transparency of supply chains while reducing costs and placing more control in the hands of individual users.

Who Are the Founders of VeChain (VET)?

VeChain is the product of creator and co-founder Sunny Lu, an IT executive who was formerly CIO of Louis Vuitton China.

Lu has since become a well-known name within the cryptocurrency industry. He has drawn attention to the ability of blockchain technology to solve transparency in particular, arguing that it can create “trust-free” structures which do not suffer from corruption as part of the supply chain.

Fellow co-founder Jay Zhang, who directs VeChain's global corporate structure, governance, and financial management, previously worked for both Deloitte and PriceWaterhouseCoopers in the finance and risk management sphere.

Having launched in June 2016, VeChain is one of the oldest dedicated blockchain supply chain platforms on the market.

What Makes VeChain (VET) Unique?

VeChain exists to disrupt traditional supply chain models, an industry which before blockchain had remained little changed over the decades.

Using transparent technology with no single point of weakness or control allows for greater security, efficiency and ease of tracking products in a given supply chain, while reducing cost through trustless automation.

VeChain’s model thus appeals to businesses looking to reduce supply chain friction and give a more transparent impression to clients.

VeChain’s official literature notes that its unique proposition lies in its dual-token setup, among other features. In-house token fees combine with charges for various services to generate operating income for the company, while token holders can engage in activities such as staking, thus providing liquidity in return for rewards.

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How Many VeChain (VET) Coins Are There In Circulation?

VeChain has two in-house tokens: VeChain (VET) and VeThor (VTHO). Described as a unique offering for such a platform, the dual-token system is designed to avoid fee fluctuations and network congestion.

VET is the token used for transactions and other activities, while VTHO provides fee payments and thus functions as a “gas token,” similar to how gas functions for Ethereum (ETH) transactions.

VET holders automatically generate a small amount of passive income in VTHO, while 70% of the VTHO used in a VET payment is destroyed.

VTHO is generated based on VET holdings, while VET itself has a maximum fixed supply of 86,712,634,466 tokens.

How Is the VeChain (VET) Network Secured?

VeChain (VET) is a proof-of-stake token, and VeChain itself explains that relatively low computing power is required to achieve network security and maintain user consensus.

A separate feature, proof-of-authority, involves authority masternode operators maintaining the protocol in their own interest according to rules laid down by parent organization, the VeChain Foundation.

Where Can You Buy VeChain (VET)?

VET is a freely-tradable token available on major exchanges, while markets also exist for VTHO.

VET had major markets on Binance and Huobi Global among other platforms, with pairs for cryptocurrencies, stablecoins and fiat currencies.

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