In this graph you can see the Cosmos price, zoom in or out if you’re interested in a specific period. The graph will show the period you’ve selected, as well as the highest and lowest price.

24 hrs. Ago


The value of Atom 24 hours ago

24 hrs. High


The highest value of Atom over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Low


The lowest value of Atom over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Change


Here you can see how much the value of Atom has increased or decreased over the past 24 hours.

24 hrs. Volume


The amount of Atom transactions over the past 24 hours in euros. Only public exchanges are taken into account here.

Atom Market Cap


The value of all atom on the market combined. This number is calculated by multiplying the number of atoms in circulation with its current value.

Circulating supply


Circulating supply

ATOM Atom Dominance


The share of Atom in the cryptocurrency market compared to all other coins

In the tables below you see the Return On Investment of Cosmos (ATOM). The percentages indicate the profits that an investment in ATOM have yielded.




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Below you can see the price history of Cosmos in euros. Looking for a specific date? You can adjust the range to any desired period:

ATOM Price History

Price Starts In 2019

On 14 March 2019, there was the big bang of Cosmos, and ATOM was released onto the markets. The coin is actually still quite young, which makes its fame rather remarkable.

The rate of ATOM is one to keep a close eye on. The success of ATOM is bound to that of Cosmos. And let’s be honest, if you dare to call your project ‘Cosmos’, then you must surely have grand plans.

Cosmos wishes to unite all blockchains in a binding system, a sort of internet of blockchains. If these blockchains exchange data, then the network must be secured and maintained. That security is maintained by having to pay ATOM for each transaction.

Cosmos Never Closes Shop

The value of Cosmos changes every moment of the day, and you can follow it live on this page. The trading continues every single second, 24 hours per day, and 365 days per year.

There’s no closing price, but it does help to keep an eye on the performance of the ATOM price in the past 24 hours. The explanation for how a price is determined, is very simple in essence: the more demand, the more the rate will go up. If there’s more supply than demand, the rate will go down again.

Everything There Is to Know About the History of ATOM’s Price

The Cosmos team launched an ICO in April 2017 and raised a total of 17.3 million dollars in merely 28 minutes. They sold every single of their 168 million tokens, gathered for their ICO, for 0.098 dollar a piece. The team also kept 50 million tokens to themselves to broaden their liquidity over time and to further develop their project.

As an investor, you should normally receive your tokens quite quickly. ATOM however deliberately held the coins with them a little longer. They were building their own network for over two years, and only when it was finished, the investors received their tokens. This took place on 14 March 2019. The real (and by extension, future) value of ATOM is hard to determine, since there’s no limit on the total supply of ATOMs. The team is aiming to increase the number of ATOM on a yearly basis.

Connecting All Blockchains

Cosmos is an interesting project and they often like to refer to their motto: building the internet of blockchains. This is a reference to the ‘Internet of Things’. The aim of the project is to build an ecosystem of independent and parallel blockchains that can grow and work together. They make use of proof of stake, which means that those who own a lot of ATOM also get a say in which direction the project goes.

If you abuse this power, you will be relieved from your service, and you may lose your coins.

Cosmos is working on a solution for the scalability problem in blockchains. In the past years, scalability has been the biggest problem with the world’s biggest blockchains. Not one of them has come up with a solution yet. It sounds so simple and logical, but if you want people to start using your blockchain, your blockchain has to be able to handle it as well.

Only Invest an Amount That You Are Prepared to Lose

We recommend you to carefully consider the amount you want to invest. Only invest money you’re able to lose without getting in financial trouble. Investing in Cosmos may be an interesting opportunity, but it comes with no guarantees.