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Follow the realtime EOS price

Unlike a stock exchange, cryptocurrencies like EOS always have a price. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Below you can see the statistics of EOS:

24 hrs. Ago


The value of EOS 24 hours ago

24 hrs. High


The highest value of EOS over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Low


The lowest value of EOS over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Change


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

24 hrs. Volume


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

EOS Market Cap


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

Circulation Supply


Circulation Supply

EOS Dominance


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

The price of EOS is determined on online international exchanges. Here, buyers and sellers come together to trade EOS. Is the price dropping? Then there is more supply than demand. But if the price increases, the demand is higher than the supply!




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3 years


5 years


The table above shows the 'Return On Investment' of EOS. The percentages indicate the return on an investment in EOS, measured from three different moments in time.

Below you can see the historical price of EOS. Looking for a specific date? You can adjust the range to your wishes:

Historical price EOS

EOS’ (price) history

EOS started out as an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in June 2017 on the Ethereum network. Since then the price has had its ups and downs, as you are able to see in the price graph at the top of this screen. EOS reached its highest value on April 29, 2018. That’s when one EOS was worth 4.46 euros.

Will the EOS price stabilize?

EOS still has its ups and downs, that’s called price volatility. But why is the EOS price volatile? To understand that, it is good to compare the total market value of cryptocurrency to other financial markets.

The total value of all EOS coins combined is approximately € 44 billion. By comparison, Apple's total market value alone is many times higher, roughly € 600 billion.

If you compare the crypto market to other markets, the cryptocurrency market is still very small. You need relatively little capital to make the EOS price move. In addition, many day traders are active in the cryptomarket.

What does the cryptomarket look like compared to the stock market? You can see that in the image below. The blue blocks represent the stock market, the green blocks represent the cryptomarket.

What can you expect from the EOS price?

Well, if only we could answer that question... Unfortunately we don’t own a crystal ball that shows us the future. It’s difficult to predict the EOS price.

What we can tell you however, is that the price of EOS depends on various factors. News, for example, plays an important role.

In April 2018, after it became known that EOS was going to run on its own blockchain, the price went wild. The fact that EOS wasn’t dependent on the Ethereum blockchain anymore gave a lot of investors confidence.

In addition to the news about EOS, many investors use technical analysis to try and predict how the price of EOS moves in the short and long term.

Only invest an amount that you can afford to lose

Last but not least, we always recommend investing an amount of money that you can afford to lose. In our opinion, investing in cryptocurrencies is one of the most interesting investments you can de, but at the same time it can be risky due to its volatile behaviour.