Ethereum is one of the first decentralized blockchain systems in the world, which works as the basis for many cryptocurrencies, and also has its cryptocurrency, Ether (ETH).
The registration of Ethereum took place in 2013, when more than $18 million of investments in another cryptocurrency, BTC, were attracted for the development of the blockchain platform. Initially, ETH was trading at only 30 cents, but today the rate for the coin is steadily growing and does not experience such unrest and jumps as BTC. According to experts, the total profit of professional investors is approaching 300% per year.
Ethereum is constantly developing its blockchain platforms, providing reliable protection for users' wallets and constantly updating the algorithm of work. In addition to smart contracts, Ethereum also launches free-floating tokens, that is, other cryptocurrencies that can be freely traded on this platform. The total volume of daily transactions with ETH exceeds $13 billion.