24 hours

Above you can see the price chart for Polkadot, a brand new coin. You can only zoom out a little because Polkadot is such a new coin. It can still be beneficial to follow the short term trends through the chart.

24 hrs. Ago


The value of Polkadot 24 hours ago

24 hrs. High


The highest value of Polkadot over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Low


The lowest value of DOT over the past 24 hours

24 hrs. Change


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

24 hrs. Volume


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

DOT Market Cap


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

Circulating Supply


Circulating Supply

TRX DOT Dominance


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

In the table below you can see the Return On Investment of Polkadot. The percentages show the yield on an investment in DOT in the past.




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1 year

Below the historical price of Polkadot can be seen. If you are looking for a specific date you can adjust the range in this relatively young price range.

Historical Polkadot chart

If you keep close tabs on the market and are always on the look-out for new investment oppurtunities chances are you have heard of Polkadot and the corresponding DOT-token. The coin was launched on August 21 2020, it didn't take long for investors to take notice of the coin. Within a week the coin reached the top 10 biggest coins on market capitilisation.

You can calculate the market cap by taking all the coins in circulation and multiplying it with the current price of the coin.

Polkadot is an ambitious project that wants to create the base for a polychain Web3-future. Which sounds complicated but it's comparable to Ethereum's plans: A worldwide shadowinternet on which all apps can be build.

​Polkadots spiritual father is Gavin Woods. No suprise then that Polkadot is similar to Ethereum, Wood was also involved in the creation of Ethereum.
He designed Polkadot in an attempt to create a better version of Ethereum, one that is compatible with all existing independent, isolated blockchains like Ethereum and Bitcoin.
In total there were 10 million DOT. 5 million of which was auctioned on the ICO in October 2017. Investors received their coins at launch on August 21 2020. A further 2 million DOT was used for pre-launchcontributions. The last 3 million is reserved for the Web3 Foundation.
Those 10 million proved insufficient, Polkadot decided to redominate its currency, and add two more zeros. This means there were now 100 x 100 million coins, bringing the total to 1 billion. As a consequence,  the value of 1 single DOT token is a hundred times smaller than it was before the event. For DOT holders, this has had no effect on the value in their portfolio. So say if someone had 1 DOT in their wallet before the event, they had 100 DOT after the redomination.
Polkadot was launched on August 31 2020, it traded at €2,41. This increased to €5,51 the next day, a nice yield for early investors. This new price was unsustainable and dropped to €3,19 by October 7, still a very decent price.
This decent price would turn out to be a great oppurtunity to get in. Polkadot put the pedal to the metal from January 2021 onwards. The price shot up to a high of €40,63 by May 15. A fourteenfold increase from the DOT price in October 2020!

Only invest money you are prepared to lose

Polkadot is the new kid on the block. It can be an interesting new tool to invest in, but we want to strongly advise customers to think about how much money they want to invest. Only invest money you can lose without getting into financial or emotional stress. Polkadot investments can be very interesting, but offer no guarantees. Do your own research before investing.