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Precio de IOST (IOST)

$0.03990
3.32%

0.0000008507 BTC4.57%

0.00002708 ETH3.50%

Disminuir:$0.03913
Elevar:$0.04342
24 horas
IOST  IOST IOSTPrice: $0.03990 3.32%
Cap. de Mercado
$653,284,959
3.32%
Capitalización de mercado totalmente diluida
$889,965,913
3.32%
Volumen
24 horas
$408,261,205
49.53%
Acciones en circulación
16,374,175,762 IOST
Acciones máximas
--
Acciones totales
22,306,434,689
 

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What Is IOST (IOST)?

IOST describes itself as an “ultra-fast,” fully fledged and decentralized blockchain network and ecosystem with its own nodes, wallets and based on the “next-generation” consensus protocol dubbed “proof-of-believability.”

Who Are the Founders of IOST?

The project was launched in January 2018 by Jimmy Zhong, Terrence Wang, Justin Li, Ray Xiao, Sa Wang and Kevin Tan.

Zhong has founded other tech startups in the U.S. and China. During his university days, he sold his first company for $40 million — a marketplace where students could exchange class notes. After that, he returned to Beijing and co-founded IOST, among other projects.

Wang’s previous experience includes serving as an Uber software engineer. He holds a degree in computer science from the University of Minnesota and a masters in computer science from Princeton University.

Li previously worked as an investment banking associate at Goldman Sachs and a data scientist at Mobike. He graduated with a degree in applied mathematics and computer science. Meanwhile, Tan was a co-founder at Ethercap, while he received a degree in computer science from Tsinghua University.

Xiao co-founded Dora — alongside Jimmy and Sa — an AI company focused on intelligent kiosks. He studied computer science and quantitative economics at university.

What Makes IOST Unique?

IOST’s blockchain infrastructure is open-source and designed to be secure and scalable — all in the hope that it will serve as the backbone for online services in the future.

The team have developed a “proof-of-believability” consensus algorithm to ensure transactions on the network are secure and efficient.

One of the biggest challenges that IOST aims to resolve centers on how big companies may not be able to embrace blockchains in a customer-facing environment unless they are scalable. The Internet of Services Token is put forward as a way of tackling this problem.

To understand IOST, the best way to do it is by comparing it to its nearest competitors: Ethereum is the most popular smart contract platform for developers. It can also be compared to EOS and TRON, which are highly scalable smart contract platforms with high usage.

The largest difference between IOST and its competitors is how it claims it can process up to 100,000 transactions per second compared with Ethereum’s 20, Tron’s 2,000 and EOS’s 4,000.

In order to reach these transaction speeds, the IOST team has created a novel blockchain architecture, which introduces and combines several innovations including a Distributed Randomness Protocol, Efficient Distributed Sharding, TransEpoch, Atomix, Proof-of-Believability and Micro State Blocks.

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How Many IOST (IOST) Coins Are There in Circulation?

IOST has a total token supply of 21 billion. An ICO was held in January 2018 where 40% were sold, raising about $31.3 million worth of ETH at the time.

As for the remainder, 35% has been retained by the IOST Foundation, 12.5% was allocated to building the community, 10% went to the IOST team and 2.5% was dedicated to investors and advisors.

How Is the IOST Network Secured?

In order to compete with hundreds of niche blockchains, IOST relies heavily on its proof-of-believability protocol (PoB) and efficient distributed sharding (EDS) to improve the scalability and security of its blockchain.

IOST is built for enterprise use, so it claims to be able to handle heavy loads produced by big tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook. Partnerships appear to be key for the project’s success.

Where Can You Buy IOST (IOST)?

IOST can be bought at many exchanges such as Bittrex, CoinEx, Livecoin, Binance and Bitrue.

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Estadísticas de precios de IOST

IOST Precio hoy
Precio de IOST$0.03990
Cambio o vuelto de precio24h$-0.001370
3.32%
Mínimo en 24h / Máximo en 24h
$0.03913 /
$0.04342
Volumen de Comercio24h$408,261,205.30
49.53%
Dominio del mercadoSin datos
Nivel de mercado#83
Capitalización de mercado de IOST
Cap. de Mercado$653,284,959.43
3.32%
Capitalización de mercado totalmente diluida$889,965,912.95
3.32%
IOST Precio ayer
Mínimo / Máximo de ayer
$0.03919 /
$0.04384
Apertura/cierre de ayer
$0.04337 /
$0.04024
Cambio de ayer

7.21%

Volumen de ayer$598,542,083.63
IOST Historial de precios
Mínimo en 7d / Máximo en 7d
$0.03521 /
$0.06898
Mínimo en 30d / Máximo en 30d
$0.01513 /
$0.06373
Mínimo en 90d / Máximo en 90d
$0.004799 /
$0.06898
Mínimo en 52 semanas / Máximo en 52 semanas
$0.001562 /
$0.06898
Máximos en todos los tiempos
Jan 24, 2018 (3 years ago)
$0.1365
70.77%
Mínimos en todos los tiempos
Mar 13, 2020 (a year ago)
$0.001562
2454.18%
ROI de IOST

69.75%

IOST Suministro
Acciones en circulación16,374,175,762 IOST
Acciones totales22,306,434,689 IOST
Acciones máximasSin datos

IOST Mercados

#

Fuente

Pares

Precio

Volumen

Volumen %

Liquidez

Confianza

Actualizado

1

Binance

$0.03980

$58,097,790

14.23%

242

High

Reciente

2

OKEx

$0.03983

$45,399,026

11.12%

195

High

Reciente

3

DigiFinex

$0.03987

$36,500,197

8.94%

182

High

Reciente

4

Huobi Global

$0.03982

$19,478,797

4.77%

235

High

Reciente

5

Upbit

$0.04080

$18,618,522

4.56%

161

High

Reciente

6

OKEx

$0.03985

$12,295,240

3.01%

114

High

Reciente

Acerca de IOST

What Is IOST (IOST)?

IOST describes itself as an “ultra-fast,” fully fledged and decentralized blockchain network and ecosystem with its own nodes, wallets and based on the “next-generation” consensus protocol dubbed “proof-of-believability.”

Who Are the Founders of IOST?

The project was launched in January 2018 by Jimmy Zhong, Terrence Wang, Justin Li, Ray Xiao, Sa Wang and Kevin Tan.

Zhong has founded other tech startups in the U.S. and China. During his university days, he sold his first company for $40 million — a marketplace where students could exchange class notes. After that, he returned to Beijing and co-founded IOST, among other projects.

Wang’s previous experience includes serving as an Uber software engineer. He holds a degree in computer science from the University of Minnesota and a masters in computer science from Princeton University.

Li previously worked as an investment banking associate at Goldman Sachs and a data scientist at Mobike. He graduated with a degree in applied mathematics and computer science. Meanwhile, Tan was a co-founder at Ethercap, while he received a degree in computer science from Tsinghua University.

Xiao co-founded Dora — alongside Jimmy and Sa — an AI company focused on intelligent kiosks. He studied computer science and quantitative economics at university.

What Makes IOST Unique?

IOST’s blockchain infrastructure is open-source and designed to be secure and scalable — all in the hope that it will serve as the backbone for online services in the future.

The team have developed a “proof-of-believability” consensus algorithm to ensure transactions on the network are secure and efficient.

One of the biggest challenges that IOST aims to resolve centers on how big companies may not be able to embrace blockchains in a customer-facing environment unless they are scalable. The Internet of Services Token is put forward as a way of tackling this problem.

To understand IOST, the best way to do it is by comparing it to its nearest competitors: Ethereum is the most popular smart contract platform for developers. It can also be compared to EOS and TRON, which are highly scalable smart contract platforms with high usage.

The largest difference between IOST and its competitors is how it claims it can process up to 100,000 transactions per second compared with Ethereum’s 20, Tron’s 2,000 and EOS’s 4,000.

In order to reach these transaction speeds, the IOST team has created a novel blockchain architecture, which introduces and combines several innovations including a Distributed Randomness Protocol, Efficient Distributed Sharding, TransEpoch, Atomix, Proof-of-Believability and Micro State Blocks.

Learn more about cryptocurrencies.

Stay up-to-date with the latest crypto headlines.

Subscribe to the CoinMarketCap newsletter.

How Many IOST (IOST) Coins Are There in Circulation?

IOST has a total token supply of 21 billion. An ICO was held in January 2018 where 40% were sold, raising about $31.3 million worth of ETH at the time.

As for the remainder, 35% has been retained by the IOST Foundation, 12.5% was allocated to building the community, 10% went to the IOST team and 2.5% was dedicated to investors and advisors.

How Is the IOST Network Secured?

In order to compete with hundreds of niche blockchains, IOST relies heavily on its proof-of-believability protocol (PoB) and efficient distributed sharding (EDS) to improve the scalability and security of its blockchain.

IOST is built for enterprise use, so it claims to be able to handle heavy loads produced by big tech companies such as Amazon, Google and Facebook. Partnerships appear to be key for the project’s success.

Where Can You Buy IOST (IOST)?

IOST can be bought at many exchanges such as Bittrex, CoinEx, Livecoin, Binance and Bitrue.

Read more here about how to buy Bitcoin.

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