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Spot
Futures
Perpetual

Market Cap and Supply

Market Cap

$73,267,755,881

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0.01%

Fully Diluted Market Cap

$78,316,724,478

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0.01%

Circulating Supply

73,275,094,959

Supply Availability

N/A

Trading Statistics24h

Volume

$12,050,260,288

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7.12%

Open

$0.99986

Low

$0.99788

High

$1.0025

Close

$1.0001

Liquidity

Bids vs Asks (1% depth)

$566,396,670

$765,735,830

All Times

All time high

$1.32

All time low

$0.57252

ATH

Current Price

$0.9998998

ATL

57.22%

Social24h

Twitter

Lists

1,638

Followers

257,682

Statuses

774

Facebook

Likes

2,122

Talks

11

Reddit

Post Daily

0

Comments

0

Subscribers

0

Development24h

Github

Stars

263

Subscribers

49

Github Issues

Closed

24

Open Total

25

Closed Pull Req.

109

General Information

Consensus

N/A

Algorithm

N/A

Sector

Stable Coins

No. of Exchanges

22

No. of Pairs

2417

About Tether

What Is Tether?

Launched in 2014 by Brock Pierce (Bitcoin Foundation, Blockchain Capital, Block.1), Reeve Collins, and Craig Sellars, USDT (originally called Realcoin) is a stable-value cryptocurrency (stablecoin) that is pegged to the price of the U.S. dollar. USDT is issued by the Hong-Kong-based company Tether, which maintains, in reserves, a dollar sum equal to the number of USDT in circulation, with the goal to combine the unrestricted nature of cryptocurrencies with the stable value of the US dollar. Although the number of tokens is limited by Tether’s cash reserves, there is no hard-coded limit on the total supply. As of September 2020, there were over 14.4 billion USDT tokens in circulation, backed by $14.6 billion in assets, according to Tether. Because USDT does not have its own blockchain and operates instead as a second-layer token on top of other cryptocurrencies’ blockchains (Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, Tron, Algorand, Bitcoin Cash and OMG), it is secured by their respective hashing algorithms. The average block time is 10 minutes. For a full selection of markets where you can trade Tether for other cryptocurrencies, US dollars, and other fiat currencies, see below.