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Market Cap
$ 1.77T
24h Spot Volume
$ 59.99B
BTC Dominance
140 Gwei

Tezos [XTZ]

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Rank: 50
USD 2.97
BTC 0.0000812
ETH 0.0012

Tezos is an open-source platform for assets and applications backed by a global community of validators, researchers, and builders.

Tezos Market Cap

$ 2,600,860,490 
Ƀ 71,017
FDMC: $ 2,662,998,025 
ATH: $ 10,662,003,137 

24h Trade Volume

$ 86,750,662 
Ƀ 2,369
XTZ 29,175,091


XTZ 874,694,664(97.67%)
XTZ 895,592,121

All-Time-High (ATH) Price

$ 12.19 (17 Dec 2017)
Ƀ 0.00078 (02 Jun 2018)
ETH 0.0171 (17 Dec 2017)
From ATH: -75.6%
To ATH: +309.9%

Tezos's current price is $ 2.97, it has dropped -3.08% over the past 24 hours.

Tezos's All Time High (ATH) of $ 12.19 was reached on 17 Dec 2017, and is currently -75.6% down.

The maximum supply of Tezos that will ever be issued is 895.59 Millions coins, and the current supply of XTZ in circulation is 874.69 Millions coins.

Tezos’s 24 hour trading volume is $ 86.75 Millions.

Tezos (XTZ) operates on its own blockchain.

Tezos's current share of the entire cryptocurrency market is 0.15%, with a market capitalization of $ 2.60 Billions.

You can find more details about Tezos on its official website and on the block explorer.

Tezos Live Chart

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

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

XTZ to USD Converter


Tezos Quarterly Returns ($)


Tezos Closing Price (USD) - Quarterly

2021$ 4.81$ 3.04$ 6.03$ 4.36
2020$ 1.62$ 2.36$ 2.19$ 2.01
2019$ 1.06$ 0.940$ 0.899$ 1.35
2018$ 2.86$ 4.43$ 1.45$ 0.464
2017$ 4.08

Tezos Monthly Returns ($)


Tezos USD (XTZ - USD) Price Change

PeriodChangeChange (%)HighLow
24H-$ 0.0945-3.08%$ 3.16$ 2.78
7D-$ 1.10-27.1%$ 4.08$ 2.57
14D-$ 1.27-30%$ 4.35$ 2.57
1M-$ 1.66-35.8%$ 5.33$ 2.57
3M-$ 3.16-51.5%$ 6.82$ 2.57
6M$ 0.131+4.61%$ 9.05$ 2.57
YTD-$ 1.50-33.5%$ 5.33$ 2.57
1Y$ 0.170+6.08%$ 9.05$ 2.11
3Y$ 2.60+689%$ 9.05$ 0.347

Tezos Annual Price

2022-31.7%$ 5.33$ 2.57
2021+116.5%$ 9.05$ 1.94
2020+49.3%$ 4.45$ 1.01
2019+191%$ 1.84$ 0.347
2018-88.7%$ 7.55$ 0.317
2017+146.2%$ 12.19$ 1.40

What is Tezos

Tezos (XTZ) is a blockchain network with its own digital token. Tezos was created in 2014 and calls itself a “self amending blockchain” platform. This comes from its unique proof-of-stake consensus mechanism where participants themselves can directly control the rules of the network. Token holders receive a reward for taking part in this process. 

The team launched with a hugely successful initial coin offering in 2017. However, an internal dispute between the coin's creators and the Tezos Foundation led to significant delays in the platform launch. 

What are XTZ key features and how does it work?

Like many other blockchain platforms, the Tezos platform allows developers to create smart contracts and design new programs meant to replicate products and services.

In addition, investors can stake their tokens to earn interest. The average APR reward is around 4.66% for staking XTZ.

Where Tezos differs from other blockchains is with its self-amending characteristics. The Tezos blockchain has two key parts which are important in this process. The first is the shell, this is part of the code that amends itself based on user voting, it is also responsible for interpreting transactions and other operations. The second part is the protocol, which is the part of the code responsible for sending proposals to the shell for review.

Tezos uses a variation of proof-of-stake (PoS) consensus called liquid proof-of-stake (LPoS) to secure the network, validate transactions, and distribute newly minted XTZ.

The governance system works by users voting via a process called “baking.” Participants agree to lock XTZ in special contracts and then become bakers or delegate XTZ to other bakers, to win newly minted XTZ from the protocol. To become a baker, a node needs 8,000 XTZ. 

Bakers are incentivized to perform honestly, because users have the flexibility to easily switch between the bakers they delegate XTZ to, depending on their voting preferences.

What is noteworthy about Tezos?

Tezos’ self-assessment as a self-amending chain is one of the things that make it unique. The technology used on its blockchain is "designed to evolve." The idea is that those who own Tezos can propose any changes and vote directly on-chain to approve them, or not. This removes the need for any form of in-person discussion. Approved updates will then be implemented automatically. 

This style of governance model is uncommon amongst other blockchain platforms. However, the Tezos community hopes that it will reduce the possibility of divisions and disagreement within the users which could eventually lead to a fork or split in the blockchain.

What can XTZ be used for?

Tezos has several use cases, but it is arguably most suited to financial agreements, due to its smart contract language. Indeed, the team states that its Michelson language stops funds from getting lost or frozen due to any bugs or issues with the code. 

For example, companies such as Incore Bank, Inacta, and Crypto Finance Group have announced that they will use Tezos to develop DAR-1 tokens. These new tokens will use smart contracts to comply with anti-money laundering rules and improve governance. Incore Bank further stated it would launch staking services for the Tezos network.

Where can you buy Tezos?

XTZ can be bought from any of the CEXs and DEXs as listed here.

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