EOS price analysis over 2018

The price of EOS dropped 67% in 2018

2018 was a difficult year for cryptocurrencies, with wide-scale falls in value. The price of EOS dropped 67% since it opened at $7.69 on January 1st, 2018. It closed on December 31st, 2018 at $2.55.

Despite the dramatic loss in price over 2018, EOS is still one of the biggest, most well known, and most widely traded cryptocurrencies around. It is one of the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation.

Monthly EOS price (US$) and monthly change

Date Open Close Monthly change Annual change
Jan-18 7.69 12.01 56.15% 56.15%
Feb-18 12.01 8.21 -31.65% 6.73%
Mar-18 8.21 5.93 -27.74% -22.88%
Apr-18 5.93 17.45 194.32% 126.98%
May-18 17.45 12.25 -29.83% 59.27%
Jun-18 12.25 8.12 -33.71% 5.58%
Jul-18 8.12 7.33 -9.78% -4.74%
Aug-18 7.33 6.41 -12.45% -16.60%
Sep-18 6.41 5.71 -10.89% -25.68%
Oct-18 5.71 5.25 -8.13% -31.73%
Nov-18 5.25 2.90 -44.70% -62.24%
Dec-18 2.90 2.55 -12.17% 66.84%

Latest EOS price commentary

Current live EOS price information and interactive charts are available on our site 24 hours a day. The ticker bar at the top of every page on our site has the latest EOS price. Pricing is also available in a range of different currency equivalents:

US Dollar – EOSUSD

British Pound Sterling – EOSGBP

Japanese Yen – EOSJPY


Australian Dollar – EOSAUD

Russian Rouble – EOSRUB


In addition, we regularly publish an EOS price analysis:

About EOS

The EOS.IO platform was developed by private company block.one and released as open-source software on June 2nd, 2018. One billion tokens were distributed on the Ethereum blockchain by block.one. EOS is based on a white paper published in 2017.

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