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Solana Price (SOL)
Solana (SOL)
$41.45 -13.9%
0.00143384 BTC -11.5%
462,225 people like this
24H Range
Market Cap $14,113,054,369
24 Hour Trading Vol $2,428,359,022
Circulating Supply 339,399,098
Total Supply 508,180,963
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SOL Price Statistics

Solana Price Today
Solana Price $41.58
Market Cap $14,113,054,369
Market Cap Dominance 1.13%
Trading Volume $2,433,620,443
Volume / Market Cap 0.1722
24h Low / 24h High $41.58 / $48.45
7d Low / 7d High $41.80 / $54.04
Market Cap Rank #9
All-Time High $259.96 -83.9%
Nov 06, 2021 (7 months)
All-Time Low $0.500801 8246.9%
May 11, 2020 (about 2 years)

SOL Price Today

Solana price today is $41.45 with a 24-hour trading volume of $2,428,359,022. SOL price is down -13.9% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 340 Million SOL coins and a total supply of 508 Million. If you are looking to buy or sell Solana, Digifinex is currently the most active exchange.

What was the highest price for Solana?

Solana hit an all time high of $259.96 on Nov 06, 2021 (7 months).

What was the lowest price for Solana?

Solana had an all time low of $0.500801 on May 11, 2020 (about 2 years).

What was the 24 hour trading volume of Solana?

The 24 hour trading volume of Solana is $2,428,359,022.

Where can Solana be traded?

You can trade Solana on Digifinex, Nominex, and Binance. Popular trading pairs for Solana in the market includes SOL/USD, SOL/CAD, SOL/EUR, SOL/PHP, SOL/INR, and SOL/IDR.

What is Solana (SOL)?

Solana crypto is a high throughput blockchain based on the Proof of History (PoH) and Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus. Built by a team of networking engineers, Solana aims to become the blockchain infrastucture for modern internet applications.

Who founded Solana?

Solana was founded by 4 co-founders, led by Anatoly Yakovenko.

Anatoly Yakovenko wrote and published a whitepaper on the concept of Proof of History in November 2017. Proof of History is a concept introduced to keep time between computers in a network in sync which forms the basis of scaling the number of transactions.

Greg Fitzgerald, whom used to be Anatoly's colleague at Qualcomm participated in the project by suggesting and writing the Proof of History codebase in the Rust programming language. 

Stephen Akridge and Raj Gokal joined the project shortly later and together the 4 individuals incorporated the new blockchain network called Solana in 2018.

What makes Solana unique?

Solana is a general purpose blockchain similar to Ethereum. It has a different technical underlying such that developers write applications using Rust instead of Solidity or Vyper. End user applications in the Solana ecosystem includes decentralized finance (DeFi), non-fungible tokens (NFT), marketplaces, games, e-commerce and more.

One of its biggest feature is its scalability in which Solana is able to process over 700,000 transactions per second. Its high throughput capability appeals to high frequency traders, in which spearheaded by FTX and Alameda Research.

What is the SOL currency used for?

Solana's native currency is SOL. Solana (SOL) is used to pay for transaction fees and staking in order to support the network.

Solana in 2022

Solana crypto price experienced a hyperbolic growth in 2021. With the advent of multichain and increased adoption of DeFi and NFT, Solana managed to capture a large market share. Developers were attracted by the technical underlying and started building dapps such as Star Atlas, Mercurial, Orca, Saber, and more. Yield farming on Solana caught on shortly after that as a way to attract liquidity and activities to the network. In 2022, it remains to be seen if Solana and its ecosystem of dapps is able to capture market share.

While Solana has been on a high note, it did experienced some setback with network outages lasting as long as over 16 hours on September 15th, 2021. The Solana team and node operators coordinated a reset in order to revive the network. Despite that, Solana coin managed to remain steady above $150 after the incident occured.


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