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STEEM Steem Cryptocurrency Price and Chart

Steem
Rank 171

Steem (STEEM)

0.46$

(0.47115945%)

Market Cap

172 542 659 $

Volume (24h)

16 795 029 $

Circulation Supply

375 985 450 STEEM

Max. Supply

0 STEEM

STEEM Steem Cryptocurrency Chart.

  • Price
  • Market Cap
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Steem Statistics

Price

0.458908$

Market Cap

172 542 659$

Volume (24h)

16 795 029$

Change (1h)

0.47%

Change (24h)

-0.30%

Change (7d)

5.59%

Official Website
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Steem bills itself as a social blockchain that grows communities and makes revenue streams possible for users by rewarding them for sharing content . It also powers real applications via social apps like Steemit. Steem started out as the cryptocurrency on the Steemit platform that rewards users for community building through the upvoting and the posting of meaningful content. Founded in 2016 by Ned Scott and BitShares creator Dan Larimer, the Steemit platform, built atop the Steem blockchain, is a social media network that seeks to be a source of community-driven curated content such as news, Q&A and job boards. The more value a particular piece of content is able to deliver across a greater number of people, the greater the reward received by the creator. Steemit users can cast votes to create a hierarchy of content. The higher the upvote count received on a content piece, the more Steem is earned by its publisher. Steemit’s meritocratic system also enables users that hold more currency to cast more meaningful, greater influence votes.

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