Hedera price


Hedera price live data

The current price of Hedera is $0.074980. Since 00:00 UTC, Hedera has decreased by -6.52%. It currently has a circulating supply of 35,759,799,033 HBAR and a maximum supply of 50,000,000,000 HBAR, giving it a fully diluted market cap of $2.67B. At present, Hedera holds the 29 position in market cap rankings. The Hedera/USD price is updated in real-time.

Hedera price performance in USD

Time periodChange amount%Chg
Today-$0.00523 -6.53%
7 days-$0.01293 -14.71%
30 days-$0.03837 -33.86%
3 months-$0.03642 -32.70%

Hedera market information

24h low/high
The highest, lowest, and last prices in 24 hours
24h low$0.072120
Last price $0.074980
24h high$0.083590
Heat index ranking
Market cap ranking
Market cap
Favorited rate
Percentage of users who favorited this asset to all users
All-time high
-86.96% (-$0.49972)
Sep 16, 2021 (3 years ago)
All-time low
+657.37% ($0.065080)
Jan 3, 2020 (4 years ago)
ICO date
ICO price
The price at which this crypto was first traded
Circulating supply
The amount of this crypto that is publicly available in the market
35,759,799,033 HBAR
Market cap at circulating supply
Market cap = Circulating supply × Last price

About Hedera (HBAR)

Hedera is a third-generation Proof of Stake (PoS) public network powered by the unique Hashgraph consensus. It is an open-source, publically distributed ledger that supports Solidity-based, Ethereum Virtual Machine-compatible smart contracts and native tokenization. Users can use Hedera's carbon-negative network to transact and deploy applications.

Hedera is owned and governed by the Hedera Global Governing Council, which comprises up to 39 diverse organizations. These companies include Chainlink Labs, DBS, Google, IBM, LG, Standard Bank, Ubisoft, University College London, and more. Hedera's governance framework ensures that no single entity has undue influence or control over the network or the Hedera price.

HBAR is Hedera's native cryptocurrency. The decentralized applications running on Hedera pay for network resources with HBAR. Through its PoS consensus mechanism, HBAR can also be staked to strengthen the network. Staking contributes to the network's security and integrity, and stakers are rewarded with a small percentage of transaction fees.

What is the Hashgraph consensus?

The Hashgraph consensus algorithm allows network users to agree on the order in which transactions occurred. Blocks in a blockchain are intended to form a single, long chain. If two blocks are created simultaneously, network nodes will eventually discard one to prevent the blockchain from forking into separate chains. With the Hashgraph consensus, every block is incorporated into the ledger, making them more efficient.

Furthermore, blockchains fail when new blocks arrive too quickly, requiring consensus mechanisms, such as Proof of Work (PoW), to slow growth. With Hashgraph, new transactions and blocks can be created as needed. Hashgraph also supports more powerful mathematical guarantees, such as Byzantine agreement, making this consensus faster and fairer.

The Hedera Hashgraph is more cost-effective and efficient than PoW alternatives because no time or energy is wasted mining blocks that will be discarded later. At the same time, since the Hashgraph is only limited by bandwidth, it is extremely fast. Hedera can potentially complete over 10,000 transactions per second with an average fee of $0.0001. Moreover, transactions are confirmed in less than five seconds, compared to 10 to 20 seconds on Ethereum and 10 to 60 minutes on Bitcoin. The energy used per transaction is also minimal at 0.00017kWh.

HBAR price and tokenomics

Following the launch of the Hedera network, a fixed total supply of 50 billion HBAR tokens was minted. The Hedera Council governed the allocation and distribution of these coins held in the Hedera Pre-Minted Treasury.

As of 2022, approximately 16 billion HBAR tokens remained in the treasury, with the remainder distributed as follows:

  • Swirlds: Swirlds founded Hedera and licensed the Hashgraph technology to the network. Swirlds and its investors received 3.9 billion HBAR tokens.
  • Founders and early executives: Around 6.9 billion HBAR tokens were distributed to Hedera co-founders and early senior executives.
  • Employees and service providers: 7 billion HBAR tokens were reserved to attract, retain, and incentivize employees, advisors, and service providers. As of 2022, this group had received 2.2 billion HBAR tokens.
  • Purchase agreements: 8.6 billion HBAR tokens were allocated to purchase agreements such as Simple Agreements for Future Tokens (SAFTs).
  • Ecosystem development: HBAR tokens are actively used to fund Hedera's growth. The Hedera Council has set aside 11.9 billion HBAR for ecosystem development.

About the founders

Dr Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon founded Hedera in 2018. In 2015, Baird and Harmon developed Swirlds, a software platform for creating fully distributed applications to utilize the cloud without servers. Dr. Baird developed the Hashgraph consensus algorithm, which Swirlds licensed to Hedera shortly after the latter was founded. After co-founding Hedera, Baird, and Harmon served as CEO and Chief Scientist, respectively. However, in April 2022, the pair left these positions to become co-CEOs of Swirlds Labs, a newly established entity. The two are still Swirlds' representatives on the Hedera Governing Council.

Hedera highlights

Constellation ShortList™ for Blockchain Services

In August 2022, the Hedera network was added to the Constellation ShortListTM for Blockchain Services, demonstrating the protocol's popularity among industry experts.

Partnership with Arkhia

In September 2022, Hedera also announced a partnership with Arkhia, an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, to provide an enterprise-grade node service to Hedera, reducing friction and cognitive load on developers and contributing to Hedera's overall growth and adoption.


Is Hedera better than Bitcoin?

Hedera and Bitcoin each have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. Hedera is much faster, with a transaction rate of over 10,000 per second. It is also less expensive than Bitcoin, with transactions costing $0.0001. The average Bitcoin blockchain transaction costs around $22 in comparison. Conversely, Bitcoin has a far larger user base than Hedera, and greater adoption is always advantageous to any cryptocurrency.

Is Hedera a blockchain?

Hedera is not a blockchain. Instead, Hedera is built on distributed ledger technology, similar to blockchain in many ways. Hedera employs Hashgraph consensus, a graph-like structure in which all nodes communicate. This communication is then reported by constructing a graph of connections. Each connection contains a signature, a timestamp, a list of transactions, and two hashes, all of which can be used to validate a transaction.

Where can I buy HBAR?

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How much is Hedera worth today?
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What is cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrencies, such as Hedera, are digital assets that operate on a public ledger called blockchains. Learn more about coins and tokens offered on OKX TR and their different attributes, which includes live prices and real-time charts.
When was cryptocurrency invented?
Thanks to the 2008 financial crisis, interest in decentralized finance boomed. Bitcoin offered a novel solution by being a secure digital asset on a decentralized network. Since then, many other tokens such as Hedera have been created as well.