Near Protocol Market Cap
24h Trade Volume
All-Time-High (ATH) Price
Near Protocol price Index provides the latest NEAR price in US Dollars , BTC and ETH using an average from the world's leading crypto exchanges.
The Near Protocol to USD chart is designed for users to instantly see the changes that occur on the market and predicts what will come next.
|2022||$ 13.29||$ 3.34||-||-|
|2021||$ 6.01||$ 2.08||$ 6.91||$ 14.63|
|24H||$ 0.025||+0.42%||$ 6.09||$ 5.71|
|7D||$ 0.854||+16.8%||$ 6.09||$ 4.84|
|14D||$ 1.46||+32.5%||$ 6.09||$ 4.06|
|1M||$ 2.64||+80.1%||$ 6.09||$ 3.23|
|3M||-$ 0.834||-12.3%||$ 7.46||$ 2.91|
|6M||-$ 4.85||-44.9%||$ 19.67||$ 2.91|
|YTD||-$ 8.69||-59.4%||$ 20.49||$ 2.91|
|1Y||$ 2.53||+74.1%||$ 20.49||$ 2.91|
|2022||-59.4%||$ 20.49||$ 2.91|
|2021||+950.1%||$ 16.32||$ 1.30|
|2020||-36%||$ 2.37||$ 0.527|
Near Protocol's current price is $ 5.94, it has increased +0.42% over the past 24 hours.
Near Protocol's All Time High (ATH) of $ 20.49 was reached on 16 Jan 2022, and is currently -71% down.
The current circulating supply of Near Protocol is 757.77 Million tokens, and the maximum supply of Near Protocol is 1.00 Billion.
Near Protocol’s 24 hour trading volume is $ 177.41 Million.
Near Protocol's current share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.36%, with a market capitalization of $ 4.50 Billions.
NEAR Protocol is a decentralized application platform. It was created with the aim of being a community-run cloud computing platform with a focus on developer-usability and user-friendliness. The platform uses a Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism and sharding technology in an attempt to solve blockchain problems related to scalability. Its native NEAR tokens can be used to pay for transaction fees and storage on the Near platform.
As mentioned, NEAR Protocol attempts to offer a solution to blockchain scalability issues. It does this using a unique solution, that is with the implementation of its sharding mechanism called Nightshade. Sharding works by splitting the network into smaller fragments, or shards. By doing this, the computational load on a node is reduced since a particular node is only required to run the code that is relevant to its shard. As such, shards can conduct computation in parallel with one another. Consensus is achieved via a Proof-of-Stake mechanism. With PoS, nodes must stake their NEAR tokens to be considered to become a validator. Alternatively, regular users can delegate their stake to validators of their choice. NEAR uses an auction system to choose validators every “epoch” (approximately every 12 hours), and validators who have larger stakes have more influence in the consensus process.
The NEAR token’s main function is for paying transaction fees or for being used as collateral when storing data on the blockchain. Various groups of NEAR platform stakeholders are also rewarded with NEAR tokens. For example, validators receive a NEAR token reward every epoch. Additionally, developers that create smart contracts receive a percentage of the transaction fees that their contracts generate. The remaining part of the transaction fee is burned, thus, increasing the scarcity of the NEAR token and helping to retain its value.
NEAR Protocol is capable of supporting tokens that are “wrapped” from other chains in addition to NFTs. Likewise, NEAR has constructed a bridge with Ethereum, allowing users to transfer ERC-20 tokens from Ethereum to NEAR.
Near has a number of use cases across a variety of sectors. Some prominent projects already developing on the platform include Flux, which is an open market protocol, Mintbase, a platform for NFT issuing and selling, as well as Paras, a marketplace targeting higher quality NFTs by selected artists.
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