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Ethereum (ETH) History and Overview

Ethereum (ETH) History and Overview

Ethereum is a decentralized software platform that uses blockchain technology, commonly referred to as its native cryptocurrency, Ether or Ethereum crypto. Anyone can access and utilize secure digital technology using Ethereum. The live Ethereum to EUR conversion is € 2,870.55.

With the ETH crypto token, users can pay for work that helps support the Ethereum blockchain. They can also use it to buy services, physical items, or trade it for regular money. Developers like to use ETH to make new and secure technology that makes our everyday lives better.

Bitcoin has a limit of 21 million coins, but Ethereum initially didn't have a maximum supply. Vitalik Buterin decided on this to make a network with endless coins, providing more room for growth and flexibility. Currenlty, the amount of eth in circulating supply is 120.26M coins.

Ethereum first shared its coins during a big sale in 2015, creating about 72 million coins right at the start. People spent these coins in various ways, such as funding Ethereum's development and rewarding the miners who verify transactions.

Ethereum is interesting because developers can make apps which can imrpove various industries. It also uses smart contracts, which are essential for creating decentralized apps (dApps) that people use in IT and finance.

Key points to remember:

  • Ethereum is more than just a digital asset; it's a platform for decentralized applications.
  • In September 2022, Ethereum made a big change to work faster and be better for the environment. It switched from using a proof-of-work method to a proof-of-stake method.
  • As the go-to platform for innovations like DeFi, NFTs, and DAOs, Ethereum is shaping various industries and daily activities.

How Does Ethereum Work?

Vitalik Buterin created Ethereum with the help of Joe Lubin. They first shared their detailed plans in 2014, and Ethereum was up and running in 2015. It differs from Bitcoin because it is built to be flexible and handle growth. As such it is the ideal platform for all kinds of decentralized apps (dApps).

Proof-of-Stake Mechanism

This system uses complex algorithms to agree on network transactions and keep everything secure. To be a validator and help create and check blocks, users need to stake ETH. If they do something wrong, there are penalties to keep everyone honest and the network safe.

Wallets and Transactions

Digital wallets represent ether ownership. Users have private keys (not the currency itself) which they need to make transactions on the Ethereum network.

Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs)

Thanks to Ethereum’s smart contracts, we have DAOs. These offer a clear and democratic way to make decisions in decentralized networks.

The current price of 1 ETH in EUR is € 2,870.55.

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Are the Stacks L1 or L2 ?

Layer 1 blockchains are sovereign systems, meaning that the system can exist without anything else.

$BTC & $ETH is a sovereign L1 blockchain.

Layer 2 blockchains, can't exist by themselves, they depend on the underlying L1.

Lightning an L2 can’t exist without the $BTC L1 blockchain.

$ARB , $OP an L2 can’t exist without the $ETH L1 blockchain.

L2 is benefiting 100% from the security of the underlying L1, which also means that the L2 is actually contained fully within the programming abilities of the L1.


Are the Stacks L1 or L2 ?

L1: This is because Stacks has independent miners as well as a separate security budget in addition to the security benefits that it gets from Bitcoin.

Not L1: Stacks is not a sovereign system, as it cannot exist without Bitcoin.

It’s also not an L2 because it brings functionality that cannot be implemented with Bitcoin script, specifically fully expressive smart contracts.

From my personal point of view, I think that STX is considered something different and there is no specific classification for it in my classification system except that it can be expressed as a mixture between layer1 and layer2!


It is difficult to consider it as layer 1 and it is difficult to consider it as layer 2.

So I like to see it like a mix.

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They are all tech companies often with utility tokens backed by fried air. I do not consider myself an investment manager, so cannot help you with the categorisation. Tho you can categorise them as you want as long as your ontology is ground based.

@HopefulFutures I agree with you somewhat, though anyway, can you suggest how STX would be classified from our perspective as investment managers?

Usually we look at things from the perspective of the sector, then the Industry group, then the industry and sub-industry.

I have already posted this on several posts

Some examples to clarify the classification system further for you:


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Blockchain utilities.

Industry: Network scaling  “Layer 2 scaling solution ”.

Sub-Industry: Optimistic Rollups.


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Computing.

Industry: Applications utilities.

Sub-Industry: Oracle.


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Blockchain utilities.

Industry: Network scaling “Layer-2 scaling side-chain solution”.

Sub-Industry: Side-chains.


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Blockchain utilities. 

Industry: Network scaling  “Layer 2 scaling solution ”.

Sub-Industry: ZK-Rollup.


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Computing. 

Industry: Information Technology

Sub-Industry: Internet of Things (IoT).


Sector: Blockchain infrastructure.

Industry Group: Computing. 

Industry: Information Technology.

Sub-Industry: Compute & Private Storage - Shared Storage.

What do you suggest for the STX project to be accurate in my classification system.

The asset must be in one sector, one industry group, one industry and one sub-industry.

It can survive imho. Layer 2 have their own transactional based consensus. Not having a layer 1 does not necessarily mean those system cannot work apart, a code refactoring should be needed probably either to change the L1 they validate their consensus onto or to change their consensus based algorithm to make it fully independent.

$STX (Stacks) added to the portfolio at 9%. Very simply this is a bitcoin scaling and smart contract solution, and therefore a core holding for us as we see this as a huge area for growth. It's been a part of our non-ICONOMI portfolios for a while (STX only recently listed on ICONOMI so hasn't been possible up until now).

We have also added a small 5% position in $ETH. This is lower conviction trading idea, but there's good reason to expect it to trade well relative to BTC as we get closer to the next upgrade, Dencun, and the possibility of an ETH ETF.

It's hard to ignore ETH's recent price behaviour relative to BTC. It has seemingly put in a low and looks set to break out of a downtrend.

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24 Feb, 2024

Interesting week is coming to an end.

$HBAR is definitely a winner of the last week. We did sold just a tiny bit a few days ago, but what I like is that it didn't drop after this pump. It's consolidating almost five days now. So I believe it's not done yet. Don't forget it's still down 80 % from all time high 😉.

$ETH and $LINK are still ours main holdings. $LINK did struggle a bit, but it's not done yet. Adoption is increasing, it has many partnerships with major companies. And not to mention it's crucial role in the DeFi space, which is growing every day.

Yesterday, a proposal was put forth by an individual associated with Uniswap, suggesting potential actions for token holders - to share platform revenue. This should be a standard in DeFi space if you ask me. As a result, there has been a positive response in DeFi tokens, including $RUNE.

I have to mention $BTC which is consolidating above $51K, which is fantastic and don't forget halving is getting closer - only 54 days left. $BTC needs to be strong if we want to see altcoins party ... 😏

I still believe dips are for buying and not for selling. I'm glad when I see people investing more on dips. If you want to sell, try to do it after we move up. Yes, I know it's harder 😁

We are still nr. 1 in the last year. And second regarding risk/reward classification. 🔥 thank you for following me.

And you can take a look at my other strategy, which did fantastic in the last week, with almost 20% gain.

Have a nice weekend! 😊

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23 Feb, 2024

Crypto Weekly Wrap: 23rd February 2024

Reddit's recent investment in $BTC, $ETH, and $MATIC represents a significant step forward for digital assets, as a mainstream entity recognizes their growing role in finance. This sends a strong signal that cryptocurrencies are gaining more acceptance in the financial world.

Nvidia's impressive quarterly earnings have boosted the prices of AI-related tokens, highlighting the transformative power of the AI-blockchain synergy.

Ethereum co-founder, Vitalik Buterin, has proposed an AI-based solution to enhance blockchain audits. This proposal could significantly improve the security of blockchain systems. Additionally, the increased trading volume of VanEck's Bitcoin ETF shows that retail investors are showing more interest in bitcoin through regulated means.

Curious about the future developments of these trends, head over to our latest weekly wrap!

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Ethereum (ETH) price history shows the highest value of 4,142.17 EUR . We recorded this price on November 9, 2021, but we cannot exclude that a higher price was registered before February 17, 2017.

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