STEEM Price Today
Steem price today is $0.272595 with a 24-hour trading volume of $34,696,307. STEEM price is down -4.1% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 390 Million STEEM coins and a total supply of ∞. If you are looking to buy or sell Steem, Bitvavo is currently the most active exchange.
What was the highest price for Steem?
Steem hit an all time high of $8.19 on Jan 03, 2018 (over 4 years).
What was the lowest price for Steem?
Steem had an all time low of $0.071990415241 on Mar 11, 2017 (about 5 years).
What was the 24 hour trading volume of Steem?
The 24 hour trading volume of Steem is $34,696,307.
Where can Steem be traded?
You can trade Steem on Bitvavo, Binance, and Binance.
Steem is a cryptocurrency that rewards users for community building by posting and upvoting valuable content for others. Steem was inspired from the success of Reddit where the community helped enrich the shareholders. Steem aims to help distribute the rewards to the community members who help create the community in the first place. Steem aims to provide various services to its members such as a source of curated news, Q&A, job boards etc. The founders of Steem came from BitShares with Dan Larimer involved as well.
Steem’s main platform, called Steemit, is a social media network built on top of the Steem blockchain. Steemit is similar to popular content-driven social networks like Reddit and Medium, but it rewards users with cryptocurrency for their participation. Fundamentally, the more value a particular piece of content provides to a greater number of people, the more the individuals responsible for creating and curating that content can earn.
Users cast votes, creating a hierarchy of content. The more upvotes a post gets, the more it will earn. The platform also allows for downvotes, giving participants more flexibility when it comes to rating content. Steemit is meritocratic, meaning users that hold more currency can cast votes with greater influence.
The Steemit community even has another service to offer to its customers. D.tube, which is considered to be very similar to YouTube, is Blockchain based and the users can realize the difference between the traditional video publishing websites and D.tube, as the amount of money earned is also displayed beside the post apart from likes shares and comments. The Steemit community is accused of posting plagiarize contents on their publishing website. The irony seems to be reaching highest levels when the original content doesn’t receive much appreciation and income than the copied versions of it."