EOS has been the prime example here with $4 billion raised, mostly in Ethereum, and no product at the time. EOS has dumped 88% since its all-time high in April last year along with the rest of the cryptocurrencies.
EOS (CURRENCY: EOS) traded up 2.7% against the U.S. dollar during the one day period ending at 8:00 AM ET on January 19th. EOS has a total market cap of $2.53 billion and $912.15 million worth of EOS was traded on exchanges in the last day. One EOS coin can now be purchased for approximately $2.79 or 0.00076169 BTC on cryptocurrency exchanges including GOPAX, Rfinex, CoinTiger, and BitFlip. During the last week, EOS has traded up 16.3% against the U.S. dollar.
EOS is a distributed proof-of-stake (dPOS) coin that uses the DPoS hashing algorithm. Its launch date was June 26th, 2017. EOS’s total supply is 1,006,245,120 coins and its circulating supply is 906,245,118 coins.
EOS Trading Coin (Buying and Selling)
EOS can be bought or sold on the following cryptocurrency exchanges: IDCM, CoinTiger, ChaoEX, Bit-Z, Coinone, QBTC, OpenLedger DEX, Zebpay, BtcTrade.im, YoBit, Livecoin, CoinEx, Upbit, Fatbtc, Huobi, Bithumb, Coinbe, OKEx, Mercatox, C2CX, Coinrail, Neraex, Kraken, Gate.io, CoinExchange, CoinBene, Binance, Exrates, HitBTC, BCEX, DOBI trade, Vebitcoin, Cryptomate, Exmo, TOPBTC, Hotbit, CPDAX, Kucoin, Coindeal, Tidex, Poloniex, Cobinhood, Bitfinex, Tidebit, DigiFinex, DragonEX, ZB.COM, Rfinex, Cryptopia, Kuna, Instant Bitex, COSS, IDAX, BitFlip and Koinex.
It is usually not possible to purchase alternative cryptocurrencies such as EOS directly using US dollars. Investors seeking to acquire EOS should first purchase Bitcoin or Ethereum using an exchange that deals in US dollars such as Changelly, Coinbase or Gemini. Investors can then use their newly-acquired Bitcoin or Ethereum to purchase EOS using one of the aforementioned exchanges.