Ethereum Name Service Market Cap
24h Trade Volume
All-Time-High (ATH) Price
Ethereum Name Service price Index provides the latest ENS price in US Dollars , BTC and ETH using an average from the world's leading crypto exchanges.
The Ethereum Name Service to USD chart is designed for users to instantly see the changes that occur on the market and predicts what will come next.
|2022||$ 18.01||$ 8.59||-||-|
|24H||-$ 2.33||-15.6%||$ 15.10||$ 12.55|
|7D||-$ 3.26||-20.6%||$ 16.15||$ 12.55|
|14D||-$ 4.95||-28.2%||$ 18.09||$ 12.55|
|1M||$ 1.36||+12.1%||$ 18.09||$ 10.61|
|3M||-$ 0.547||-4.16%||$ 18.09||$ 7.42|
|6M||-$ 3.17||-20.1%||$ 26.48||$ 7.42|
|YTD||-$ 26.47||-67.8%||$ 41.50||$ 7.42|
|2022||-67.3%||$ 41.50||$ 7.42|
|2021||+23.1%||$ 84.09||$ 31.72|
Ethereum Name Service's current price is $ 12.59, it has dropped -15.6% over the past 24 hours.
Ethereum Name Service's All Time High (ATH) of $ 84.09 was reached on 11 Nov 2021, and is currently -85% down.
The current circulating supply of Ethereum Name Service is 25.78 Million tokens, and the maximum supply of Ethereum Name Service is 100.00 Million.
Ethereum Name Service’s 24 hour trading volume is $ 59.52 Million.
Ethereum Name Service's current share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.03%, with a market capitalization of $ 324.57 Million.
Ethereum Name Service (ENS) is a distributed, open, and extensible naming system based on the Ethereum blockchain.
ENS’s job is to map human-readable names like ‘alice.eth’ to machine-readable identifiers such as Ethereum addresses, other cryptocurrency addresses, content hashes, and metadata. ENS also supports ‘reverse resolution’, making it possible to associate metadata such as canonical names or interface descriptions with Ethereum addresses.
ENS has similar goals to DNS, the Internet’s Domain Name Service, but has significantly different architecture due to the capabilities and constraints provided by the Ethereum blockchain. Like DNS, ENS operates on a system of dot-separated hierarchical names called domains, with the owner of a domain having full control over subdomains.
Top-level domains, like ‘.eth’ and ‘.test’, are owned by smart contracts called registrars, which specify rules governing the allocation of their subdomains. Anyone may, by following the rules imposed by these registrar contracts, obtain ownership of a domain for their own use. ENS also supports importing in DNS names already owned by the user for use on ENS.
Because of the hierarchal nature of ENS, anyone who owns a domain at any level may configure subdomains - for themselves or others - as desired. For instance, if Alice owns 'alice.eth', she can create 'pay.alice.eth' and configure it as she wishes.