What is Ethereum?
A Learners’ Guide
Ethereum is the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap after Bitcoin
It is also a decentralized computing platform that can run a wide variety of applications — including the entire universe of DeFi.
Ethereum can be used to codify, decentralize, secure and trade just about anything.
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The Ethereum blockchain allows developers to build and run a huge variety of applications
Ethereum-based apps are built using “smart contracts.”
Ethereum, like Bitcoin, is an open-source project that is not owned or operated by a single individual.
Depending on demand, the price can fluctuate from day to day.
People buy it with Bitcoin, dollars, euros, yen, and other currencies.
ETH is currently secured by the Ethereum blockchain, making it virtually impossible for any third party to interfere.
Ethereum is host to the vast majority of blockchain applications and has a market cap of just under $200 billion, with over $55 billion locked into tokens on the blockchain.
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