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Prix de Dai (DAI)

€0.8307
0.16%

0.00002238 BTC6.25%

0.0007382 ETH9.08%

Bas:€0.8291
Haut:€0.8309
24h
DAI  Dai DAIPrice: €0.8307 0.16%
Cap. Marché
€1,913,381,653
0.21%
Capitalisation boursière Fully Diluted
€1,913,381,675
0.16%
Volume
24h
€360,044,671
14.74%
Offre en Circulation
2,303,391,093 DAI
Offre Max
--
Offre Totale
2,303,391,119
 

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À propos de Dai

What Is DAI [DAI]?

DAI is an Ethereum-based stablecoin (stable-price cryptocurrency) whose issuance and development is managed by the Maker Protocol and the MakerDAO decentralized autonomous organization.

The price of DAI is soft-pegged to the U.S. dollar and is collateralized by a mix of other cryptocurrencies that are deposited into smart-contract vaults every time new DAI is minted.

It is important to differentiate between Multi-Collateral DAI and Single-Collateral DAI (SAI), an earlier version of the token that could only be collateralized by a single cryptocurrency; SAI also doesn’t support the DAI Savings Rate, which allows users to earn savings by holding DAI tokens.

Multi-Collateral DAI was launched in November 2019.

Who Are the Founders of DAI?

One of the defining features of DAI is that it wasn’t created by any single person or a small group of co-founders. Instead, the development of the software that powers it and the issuance of new tokens is governed by the MakerDAO and Maker Protocol.

MakerDAO is a decentralized autonomous organization — a kind of company that runs itself in a decentralized manner via the use of smart contracts — self-enforcing agreements expressed in software code and executed on the Ethereum blockchain.

This organization is managed democratically by the holders of its Maker (MKR) governance tokens, which act similarly to a traditional company’s stock; MKR holders can vote on key decisions regarding the development of MakerDAO, Maker Protocol and DAI, with their voting power being proportionate to the amount of Maker tokens they own.

MakerDAO itself was originally founded by a Danish entrepreneur Rune Christensen in 2015. Before starting work on the Maker ecosystem, Christensen studied biochemistry and international business in Copenhagen and founded the Try China international recruiting firm.

What Makes DAI Unique?

DAI’s main advantage lies in its soft peg to the price of the U.S. dollar.

The crypto market is notorious for its volatility with even the largest, highly-liquid coins such as Bitcoin sometimes experiencing price changes (both up and down) of 10% or more within a single day. Under these circumstances, traders and investors are naturally predisposed to add safe-haven assets to their portfolios, whose stable price might help offset significant market fluctuations.

One such kind of asset are stablecoins, of which DAI is one example. These are cryptocurrencies whose price is pegged to assets with a relatively stable value — most commonly traditional fiat currencies, such as USD or EUR.

Another key advantage of DAI is the fact that it is managed not by a private company, but rather by a decentralized autonomous organization via a software protocol. As a result, all instances of issuance and burning of tokens are managed and publicly recorded by Ethereum-powered self-enforcing smart-contracts, making the entire system more transparent and less prone to corruption.

In addition, the process of developing DAI software is governed in a more democratic way — via direct voting by the regular participants of the token’s ecosystem.

Read about Tether (USDT) — another popular stablecoin whose price is pegged to the USD.

Check out the CoinMarketCap blog.

Read more about the crypto space on CMC Alexandria.

How Many DAI [DAI] Coins Are There in Circulation?

New DAI tokens are not produced via mining like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), nor are they minted by a private company according to its own issuance police like Tether (USDT). Instead, new DAI can be minted by any user via the use of Maker Protocol.

Maker Protocol, which runs on the Ethereum blockchain, is the software that governs DAI issuance. In order to maintain the soft price peg to the U.S. dollar, Maker Protocol ensures that every DAI token is collateralized by an appropriate amount of other cryptocurrencies. As part of this process, the Protocol allows any user to deposit their crypto into a so-called vault — a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain — as collateral and mint a corresponding amount of new DAI tokens.

There is no upper limit on the total supply of DAI — the supply is dynamic and depends on how much collateral is stored in the vaults at any given moment. As of November 2020, there are around 940 million DAI in circulation.

How Is the DAI Network Secured?

DAI is an Ethereum-based, ERC-20-compatible token. As such, it is secured by Ethereum’s Ethash algorithm.

Where Can You Buy DAI [DAI]?

The purchase of DAI tokens is available on numerous online platforms. These include Decentralized Finance (DeFi) token swap protocols:

And traditional cryptocurrency exchanges:

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Historique des prix DAI

Dai Prix aujourd'hui
Prix de Dai€0.8307
Évolution du prix24h€0.001307
0.16%
Étendue intrajour des prix
€0.8291 /
€0.8309
Volume d'échange24h€360,044,670.58
14.74%
Dominance du marchéAucune Donnée
Rang sur le marché#33
Capitalisation boursière de Dai
Cap. Marché€1,913,381,653.19
0.21%
Capitalisation boursière Fully Diluted€1,913,381,674.64
0.16%
Dai Prix hier
Étendue intrajour des prix d'hier
€0.8290 /
€0.8302
Ouverture / Fermeture d'hier
€0.8294 /
€0.8299
Change d'hier

0.07%

Volume d'hier€249,889,247.95
Dai Historique des prix
Intervalle sur 7 jours
€0.8281 /
€0.8444
Intervalle sur 30 jours
€0.8257 /
€0.8444
Intervalle sur 90 jours
€0.8257 /
€0.8444
Intervalle sur 52 semaines
€0.7832 /
€0.9449
Le plus haut
Sep 18, 2020 (5 months ago)
€0.9449
12.09%
Le plus bas
May 10, 2020 (10 months ago)
€0.7832
6.06%
RSI de Dai

0.55%

Dai la fourniture
Offre en Circulation2,303,391,093 DAI
Offre Totale2,303,391,119 DAI
Offre MaxAucune Donnée

Dai Marchés

#

Source

Paires

Prix

Volume

% du volume

Liquidité

Confiance

Mise à jour

1

Uniswap (V2)

€0.8309

€50,019,735

13.89%

881

High

Récemment

2

Compound

€0.8306

€33,852,058

9.40%

-

High

Récemment

3

Binance

€0.8306

€27,731,482

7.70%

291

High

Récemment

4

Binance

€0.8306

€19,287,979

5.36%

824

High

Récemment

5

1inch Exchange

€0.8306

€16,882,491

4.69%

-

High

Récemment

6

dYdX

€0.8306

€13,940,651

3.87%

-

High

Récemment

À propos de Dai

What Is DAI [DAI]?

DAI is an Ethereum-based stablecoin (stable-price cryptocurrency) whose issuance and development is managed by the Maker Protocol and the MakerDAO decentralized autonomous organization.

The price of DAI is soft-pegged to the U.S. dollar and is collateralized by a mix of other cryptocurrencies that are deposited into smart-contract vaults every time new DAI is minted.

It is important to differentiate between Multi-Collateral DAI and Single-Collateral DAI (SAI), an earlier version of the token that could only be collateralized by a single cryptocurrency; SAI also doesn’t support the DAI Savings Rate, which allows users to earn savings by holding DAI tokens.

Multi-Collateral DAI was launched in November 2019.

Who Are the Founders of DAI?

One of the defining features of DAI is that it wasn’t created by any single person or a small group of co-founders. Instead, the development of the software that powers it and the issuance of new tokens is governed by the MakerDAO and Maker Protocol.

MakerDAO is a decentralized autonomous organization — a kind of company that runs itself in a decentralized manner via the use of smart contracts — self-enforcing agreements expressed in software code and executed on the Ethereum blockchain.

This organization is managed democratically by the holders of its Maker (MKR) governance tokens, which act similarly to a traditional company’s stock; MKR holders can vote on key decisions regarding the development of MakerDAO, Maker Protocol and DAI, with their voting power being proportionate to the amount of Maker tokens they own.

MakerDAO itself was originally founded by a Danish entrepreneur Rune Christensen in 2015. Before starting work on the Maker ecosystem, Christensen studied biochemistry and international business in Copenhagen and founded the Try China international recruiting firm.

What Makes DAI Unique?

DAI’s main advantage lies in its soft peg to the price of the U.S. dollar.

The crypto market is notorious for its volatility with even the largest, highly-liquid coins such as Bitcoin sometimes experiencing price changes (both up and down) of 10% or more within a single day. Under these circumstances, traders and investors are naturally predisposed to add safe-haven assets to their portfolios, whose stable price might help offset significant market fluctuations.

One such kind of asset are stablecoins, of which DAI is one example. These are cryptocurrencies whose price is pegged to assets with a relatively stable value — most commonly traditional fiat currencies, such as USD or EUR.

Another key advantage of DAI is the fact that it is managed not by a private company, but rather by a decentralized autonomous organization via a software protocol. As a result, all instances of issuance and burning of tokens are managed and publicly recorded by Ethereum-powered self-enforcing smart-contracts, making the entire system more transparent and less prone to corruption.

In addition, the process of developing DAI software is governed in a more democratic way — via direct voting by the regular participants of the token’s ecosystem.

Read about Tether (USDT) — another popular stablecoin whose price is pegged to the USD.

Check out the CoinMarketCap blog.

Read more about the crypto space on CMC Alexandria.

How Many DAI [DAI] Coins Are There in Circulation?

New DAI tokens are not produced via mining like Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH), nor are they minted by a private company according to its own issuance police like Tether (USDT). Instead, new DAI can be minted by any user via the use of Maker Protocol.

Maker Protocol, which runs on the Ethereum blockchain, is the software that governs DAI issuance. In order to maintain the soft price peg to the U.S. dollar, Maker Protocol ensures that every DAI token is collateralized by an appropriate amount of other cryptocurrencies. As part of this process, the Protocol allows any user to deposit their crypto into a so-called vault — a smart contract on the Ethereum blockchain — as collateral and mint a corresponding amount of new DAI tokens.

There is no upper limit on the total supply of DAI — the supply is dynamic and depends on how much collateral is stored in the vaults at any given moment. As of November 2020, there are around 940 million DAI in circulation.

How Is the DAI Network Secured?

DAI is an Ethereum-based, ERC-20-compatible token. As such, it is secured by Ethereum’s Ethash algorithm.

Where Can You Buy DAI [DAI]?

The purchase of DAI tokens is available on numerous online platforms. These include Decentralized Finance (DeFi) token swap protocols:

And traditional cryptocurrency exchanges:

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