Currencies
7858
Market Cap
$ 1.45T
+5.39%
24h Spot Volume
$ 44.59B
-25%
BTC Dominance
45.12%
-1.07%
ETH Gas
16 Gwei
Casper [CSPR]
 
Rank: 220
Token:
USD 0.208
-1.23
BTC 5.95e-6
-5.60
ETH 0.000103
-4.43

Casper is a proof of stake blockchain network optimized for enterprise and developer adoption.

Market Cap

$ 123,035,812
Ƀ 3,528
FDMC: $ 2,075,052,000
ATH: $ 12,090,357,848 

24h Trade Volume

$ 8,270,658
Ƀ 237
CSPR 39,857,593

Supply

Circulating:
CSPR 592,928,815(5.83%)
Total:
CSPR 10,171,052,196
Max:
CSPR 10,000,000,000

All-Time-High (ATH) Price

$ 20.39 (11 May 2021)
Ƀ 0.000365 (11 May 2021)
ETH 0.00503 (11 May 2021)
From ATH: -99%

Casper (CSPR) operates on its own blockchain.

The max. supply of Casper that will ever be issued is 10.00 Billions coins, and the current supply of CSPR in circulation is 592.93 Millions coins.

Current Casper price is $ 0.208 moved down to -1.23% for the last 24 hours.

All time high (ATH) price of Casper reached $ 20.39 on 11 May 2021 and fallen -99% from it.

Casper's share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.01% with the market capitalization of $ 123.04 Millions.

Casper’s 24 trading volume is $ 8.27 Millions. It is trading on 11 markets and 9 Exchanges the most active of them is Huobi Global.

Find more details about Casper cryptocurrency at the official website and on the block explorer.

Casper Price Chart

Casper price Index provides the latest CSPR price in US Dollars , BTC and ETH using an average from the world's leading crypto exchanges.

The Casper to USD chart is designed for users to instantly see the changes that occur on the market and predicts what will come next.

Casper Performance USD

PeriodChangeChange (%)HighLow
24H-$ 0.00259-1.23%$ 0.215$ 0.200
7D-$ 0.0742-26.3%$ 0.352$ 0.186
14D-$ 0.0541-20.7%$ 0.352$ 0.186
1M-$ 0.126-37.7%$ 0.382$ 0.186

What is Casper

Casper is a proof of stake blockchain network optimized for enterprise and developer adoption. The Casper Network is the first live blockchain built off the Correct-by-Construction (CBC) Casper specification, allowing the network to create sustainable new markets and unlock value by tokenizing nearly any asset without compromising performance or security. Activity on Casper is governed by CSPR, the network’s native token.

Casper Technology

CBC-Casper Proof of Stake

Casper was built off the original CBC Casper specifications designed by Ethereum developers. Meanwhile, proof-of-stake validates transactions quickly while maintaining decentralization that scales for real-world business.

 Enterprise Optimized

Businesses can choose to build private or permissioned applications on the network, providing enterprise applications with both the confidentiality of a private network and the security of a public one.

 Upgradeable Contracts

Casper enables on-chain smart contracts to be directly upgraded, removing the need for complex and migration processes and making it easier to patch smart contract vulnerabilities.

 Concurrent Execution

Concurrent execution allows greatly increased throughput with load-balancing. Instead of tasks waiting on other tasks, they can execute simultaneously, thereby increasing the speed of the network.

 Stable Gas Fees

Casper incentivizes active and diverse network behavior by establishing consistent, predictable, and transparent gas costs - eliminating volatility and improving both developer and user experience.

 WebAssembly Support

Casper supports developers building with WebAssembly. The network’s development ecosystem is designed to be familiar to existing Web2 developers instead of being written in a proprietary language.

 Weighted Keys

Full access control mechanism over contracts, deployments, and accounts means that permissions in your business carry over onto your blockchain. Staff interactions with the blockchain match what they are authorized to do in the office.

 Sharding

Casper’s PoS architecture enables sharding, a database-scaling solution. The network optimizes performance by breaking down the workload into smaller, faster groups of validator nodes called “shards” and distributing work across them.