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Stellar
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Stellar

Blockchain

Stellar is an open-source network for currencies and payments. Stellar makes it easy to create, send and trade digital representations of all forms of money—dollars, pesos, bitcoin, pretty much anything. It’s designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network.

Coin Details
Ticker:
XLM
Consensus
Stellar Consensus Protocol
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
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Stellar XLM Rank 11
$0.187998 (61.03%)
0.00000979 BTC (54.42%)
0.00030803 ETH (57.32%)
1 BTC ≈ 102,145 XLM
1 ETH ≈ 3,246 XLM
XLM
USD
Market Cap:
$3,965,505,174
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$9,400,255,079
Volume 24h:
$2,808,526,394
ATH:
$0.938144
ATH Date:
04 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-79.96% / 399.02%
Circulating Supply:
21,093,301,122 XLM
Total Supply:
50,001,803,630 XLM
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Change USD
1h -0.66%
24h 61.03%
7d 115.81%
30d 130.31%
1y 226.97%
Change BTC
1h -0.51%
24h 54.42%
7d 98.98%
30d 56.81%
1y 23.86%
Change ETH
1h -0.98%
24h 57.32%
7d 71.00%
30d 54.88%
1y -20.64%
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XLM
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.187998
Market Cap $3,965,505,174
Fully Diluted Market Cap $9,400,255,079
BTC Price 0.00000979
ETH Price 0.00030803
Stellar (XLM) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Stellar price is $0.187998, up 61.03% in the last 24 hours. Stellar market cap is $3,965,505,174 with a 24h volume of $2,808,526,394. It has a circulating supply of 21,093,301,122 XLM and a total supply of 50,001,803,630 XLM. Stellar reached it's all time high on 04 January 2018 when it was trading at $0.938144.
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What Is Stellar For?

The Stellar network launched in 2015. Since then it’s processed more than 450 million transactions made by over 4 million individual accounts. Companies as big as IBM and Franklin Templeton and as small as single-dev startups use Stellar for moving money and accessing new markets.
From the beginning, Stellar has been cryptocurrency-adjacent, but the software has always been intended to enhance rather than undermine or replace the existing financial system. Whereas, say, the Bitcoin network was made for trading only bitcoins, Stellar is a decentralized system that’s great for trading any kind of money in a transparent and efficient way.

The Stellar network has a native digital currency, the lumen, that’s required in small amounts for initializing accounts and making transactions (you can read more about that here) but, beyond those requirements, Stellar doesn’t privilege any particular currency. It’s specifically designed to make traditional forms of money—the money people have been spending and saving for centuries—more useful and accessible.

For example, here’s what you can do with Stellar. You can create a digital representation of a U.S. dollar—on Stellar you’d call this a “dollar token”—and you can tell the world that whenever someone deposits a traditional dollar with you, you’ll issue them one of your new tokens. When someone brings that “dollar token” back to you, you promise to redeem it in turn for one of the regular dollars in that deposit account. Essentially, you set up a 1:1 relationship between your digital token and a traditional dollar. Every one of your tokens out in the world is backed by an equivalent deposit. So while people hold the tokens, they can treat them just like traditional money, because they know that they’re exchangeable for traditional money in the end.

This might seem unexceptional—issuing electronic credits for dollars is basically what any local American bank does thousands of times a day. But in a global system this 1:1 promise of a token for a currency has important implications. For instance, no matter how a token moves through the economy, the underlying dollars never leave that bank account in the United States. So suppose someone loans their tokens to someone else, who then uses them to buy a car. No bank has to settle the purchase or approve the loan. And furthermore, it doesn’t matter if the seller of the car lives in Mexico or Singapore or anywhere, they can still own the tokens and can trade them however they please. The Stellar network makes money borderless.

Digital dollar tokens also mean people all over the world can own, buy, and sell the value of a dollar without themselves having a U.S. bank account. A Venezuelan can hold some of his family’s net worth in dollars. A Filipino expat can send dollars back home, and the recipient can hold them, safely and digitally, until she’s ready to exchange. An American company can pay a Mexican vendor in dollars, and the vendor can pay its suppliers in turn, with a five-second, rather than a five-day, wait to settle. Because the dollars represented by the digital token never actually move as the value changes hands, these transactions sidestep the friction and expense of the current banking system.

Stellar Makes Money Better

Stellar's API and SDKs are ready to help you transform the world of finance, and the network’s currency connections give even a small company the power and reach of an international bank. Here's what you can build today with a few lines of code:

  • Global Payment Apps
    Leverage the dozens of currency-backed tokens already on the Stellar network.
  • Asset Exchanges
    Use Stellar's built-in decentralized exchange for crypto, forex, or securities. Users can swap between any pair of tokens using simple functions built into the protocol.
  • Micropayment Services
    Power payments of any size with Stellar's low, flat fees and fast transactions.

David Mazières
Founder and Chief Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Denelle Dixon
CEO and Executive Director
Involved in 1 project
Jason Chlipala
COO
Involved in 1 project
Jed McCaleb
Founder and Chief Architect
Involved in 1 project
Jordan Edelstein
CMO
Involved in 1 project
Nicolas Barry
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Tom Quisel
Vice President of Engineering
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Rank 11


Stellar XLM

$0.187998 (61.03%)
0.00000979 BTC (54.42%)
0.00030803 ETH (57.32%)
Market Cap:
$3,965,505,174
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$9,400,255,079
Volume 24h:
$2,808,526,394
ATH:
$0.938144
ATH Date:
04 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-79.96% / 399.02%
Circulating Supply:
21,093,301,122 XLM
Total Supply:
50,001,803,630 XLM
1 BTC:
≈ 102,145 XLM
1 ETH:
≈ 3,246 XLM
XLM
USD
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Change USD
1h -0.66%
24h 61.03%
7d 115.81%
30d 130.31%
1y 226.97%
Change BTC
1h -0.51%
24h 54.42%
7d 98.98%
30d 56.81%
1y 23.86%
Change ETH
1h -0.98%
24h 57.32%
7d 71.00%
30d 54.88%
1y -20.64%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
XLM
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.187998
Market Cap $3,965,505,174
Fully Diluted Market Cap $9,400,255,079
BTC Price 0.00000979
ETH Price 0.00030803
Coin Details
Ticker:
XLM
Consensus
Stellar Consensus Protocol
Open Source
Yes
Hardware Wallet
Yes
Explorers:
Description
Category: Blockchain

Stellar is an open-source network for currencies and payments. Stellar makes it easy to create, send and trade digital representations of all forms of money—dollars, pesos, bitcoin, pretty much anything. It’s designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network.

Stellar (XLM) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Stellar price is $0.187998, up 61.03% in the last 24 hours. Stellar market cap is $3,965,505,174 with a 24h volume of $2,808,526,394. It has a circulating supply of 21,093,301,122 XLM and a total supply of 50,001,803,630 XLM. Stellar reached it's all time high on 04 January 2018 when it was trading at $0.938144.
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What Is Stellar For?

The Stellar network launched in 2015. Since then it’s processed more than 450 million transactions made by over 4 million individual accounts. Companies as big as IBM and Franklin Templeton and as small as single-dev startups use Stellar for moving money and accessing new markets.
From the beginning, Stellar has been cryptocurrency-adjacent, but the software has always been intended to enhance rather than undermine or replace the existing financial system. Whereas, say, the Bitcoin network was made for trading only bitcoins, Stellar is a decentralized system that’s great for trading any kind of money in a transparent and efficient way.

The Stellar network has a native digital currency, the lumen, that’s required in small amounts for initializing accounts and making transactions (you can read more about that here) but, beyond those requirements, Stellar doesn’t privilege any particular currency. It’s specifically designed to make traditional forms of money—the money people have been spending and saving for centuries—more useful and accessible.

For example, here’s what you can do with Stellar. You can create a digital representation of a U.S. dollar—on Stellar you’d call this a “dollar token”—and you can tell the world that whenever someone deposits a traditional dollar with you, you’ll issue them one of your new tokens. When someone brings that “dollar token” back to you, you promise to redeem it in turn for one of the regular dollars in that deposit account. Essentially, you set up a 1:1 relationship between your digital token and a traditional dollar. Every one of your tokens out in the world is backed by an equivalent deposit. So while people hold the tokens, they can treat them just like traditional money, because they know that they’re exchangeable for traditional money in the end.

This might seem unexceptional—issuing electronic credits for dollars is basically what any local American bank does thousands of times a day. But in a global system this 1:1 promise of a token for a currency has important implications. For instance, no matter how a token moves through the economy, the underlying dollars never leave that bank account in the United States. So suppose someone loans their tokens to someone else, who then uses them to buy a car. No bank has to settle the purchase or approve the loan. And furthermore, it doesn’t matter if the seller of the car lives in Mexico or Singapore or anywhere, they can still own the tokens and can trade them however they please. The Stellar network makes money borderless.

Digital dollar tokens also mean people all over the world can own, buy, and sell the value of a dollar without themselves having a U.S. bank account. A Venezuelan can hold some of his family’s net worth in dollars. A Filipino expat can send dollars back home, and the recipient can hold them, safely and digitally, until she’s ready to exchange. An American company can pay a Mexican vendor in dollars, and the vendor can pay its suppliers in turn, with a five-second, rather than a five-day, wait to settle. Because the dollars represented by the digital token never actually move as the value changes hands, these transactions sidestep the friction and expense of the current banking system.

Stellar Makes Money Better

Stellar's API and SDKs are ready to help you transform the world of finance, and the network’s currency connections give even a small company the power and reach of an international bank. Here's what you can build today with a few lines of code:

  • Global Payment Apps
    Leverage the dozens of currency-backed tokens already on the Stellar network.
  • Asset Exchanges
    Use Stellar's built-in decentralized exchange for crypto, forex, or securities. Users can swap between any pair of tokens using simple functions built into the protocol.
  • Micropayment Services
    Power payments of any size with Stellar's low, flat fees and fast transactions.

David Mazières
Founder and Chief Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Denelle Dixon
CEO and Executive Director
Involved in 1 project
Jason Chlipala
COO
Involved in 1 project
Jed McCaleb
Founder and Chief Architect
Involved in 1 project
Jordan Edelstein
CMO
Involved in 1 project
Nicolas Barry
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Tom Quisel
Vice President of Engineering
Involved in 1 project
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