SOL

Preço de SolanaSOL

Moeda local
$12,74-3,99%
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Quanto vale Solana?

O preço de Solana hoje é $12,75 com um retorno em 24 horas de $6,92M. O preço de Solana é descer 5.59% nas últimas 24 horas. O preço de SOL para USD é atualizado em tempo real. A classificação atual da capitalização de mercado desta criptomoeda é n.º 17, com uma capitalização de mercado de $4,64B. Tem uma oferta em circulação de 345 476 498 SOL.

Solana desempenho do preço em USD

Período temporal
Altere o montante
% de alteração
Hoje$ -0,53-3,99%
7 dias$ -2,48-16,29%
30 dias$ -16,39-56,26%
Este ano$ -157,28-92,50%

Informações do mercado de Solana

Mínimo/máximo em 24h
Mínimo em 24h$12,64
Último preço $12,75
Máximo em 24h$13,64
Classificação do índice de aquecimento
9
Classificação da capitalização de mercado
17
Capitalização de mercado
$4,63B
Taxa de favoritismo
7,49%
Mais alto de sempre
$259,96
Mais baixo de sempre
$0,500801
Data de lançamento inicial
23/03/2020
Preço de lançamento inicial
$0,22
Oferta em circulação
345 476 498 SOL
Capitalização de mercado à oferta em circulação
$4,63B

Sobre Solana (SOL)

Solana is a blockchain that allows developers to build decentralized applications — similar to Ethereum — that can scale with user demand. SOL is the network's native cryptocurrency.

Solana boasts the ability to process 50,000 transactions per second, a figure that is far greater than many legacy blockchains such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. To this end, the project's official website has a feature that invites skeptical users to "stress test" the network.

From exchanges to payments networks, Solana says it supports the creation of decentralized infrastructure. Its goal of "Web 3.0 with Web 2.0 speed" is delivered through block times of 400 milliseconds, with finality achieved in under a second. Developers can also code in a language that they are familiar with — including Rust, C and C++.

With high transaction fees a lingering concern for many users, as well as the organizations that hope to build on the blockchain, Solana says its approach helps to keep costs down — even as user numbers increase. Ultimately, the project is confident that it can support applications with "billions of users."

The technical underpinnings for Solana can be traced back to a white paper that was released in late 2017. In the document, one of the project's cofounders, Anatoly Yakovenko, advocated for a new form of blockchain architecture based on a consensus mechanism called proof-of-history — automating the way that transactions were ordered.

SOL price and tokenomics

A total of five funding rounds were held for Solana, beginning in April 2018 and ending in March 2020. A beta version of Solana's mainnet launched in the same month.

SOL's price initially started trading at under $1 when it launched in the first half of 2020. Prices broke $1 for the first time in July 2020. 2021 proved to be a hallmark year for SOL as it traded above $250.

SOL has a deflationary model, which means that tokens are burned on a regular basis. This cryptocurrency can be used to pay transaction fees, as well as for staking. You can also earn passive income with SOL by staking it via OKX Earn.

About the founders

Based in California, Solana's founding team include Anatoly Yakovenko, Greg Fitzgerald, Raj Gokal and Stephen Akridge. Solana Labs is its parent company — and employees at this business previously worked for the likes of Apple, Qualcomm, Intel, Google, Microsoft and Twitter.

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