Everest (ID) price, chart, coin profile and news

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What is Everest?

EverID composes one-third of the decentralised platform Everest. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, Everest intends to be a scalable, blockchain-based and secure financial institution that integrates with both decentralised finance (DeFi) systems and ‘real-world’ companies. Founded in 2016, EverID is a solution to the growing issue of identity security and efficiency. It is a decentralised system that stores ‘identity data, documentation and biometrics’, from birth until death. According to EverID’s whitepaper, over 1.1 billion people on earth lack any form of legal identity, and 5 billion operate without a phone or digital wallet. A prime goal of the EverID system is to give people around the globe access to financial transactions and grow the economies of developing nations. EverID is available to anyone, with no requirement for a mobile phone. This gives both companies and civilians affordable access to public services and economic opportunities. The platform has the capacity to facilitate over a trillion transactions per month. ID is the native token of the EverID platform and allows users access to Everest’s range of services. The tokens can be used for staking, transactions verified with EverID, and other functions within the Everest ecosystem. The level of access to EverID’s services (e.g. API key) is correlated to the proportion of ID coins held, and staked, by a business.

Everest (ID) is the 836th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $13,085,935. The current price of Everest is $0.15814278, which is 5.448% higher than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.15834723 and $0.13704354 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in Australian dollars (unless otherwise noted) and accurate as of May 23, 2022 05:05 UTC.

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Everest (ID) price

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Everest at a glance

Information last updated May 23, 2022 05:05 UTC.
Coin symbol ID
Coin Marketcap AUD$13,085,935
Total ID supply 800,000,000
Circulating ID 116,700,000
Current price AUD$0.15814278
All time high AUD$3.9339

Everest price performance over time

Historical prices compared with the price of $0.15814278.

1 hour 0.19%
24 hours 5.45%
7 days 7.65%
14 days -25.61%
30 days -26.83%
60 days -48.47%
200 days -59.77%
1 year -56.09%

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