IOTA (MIOTA) price analysis over 2018

The price of MIOTA fell 90% in 2018

2018 was a difficult year for cryptocurrencies, with wide-scale falls in value. The price of MIOTA dropped 89.86% since it opened at $3.51 on January 1st, 2018. It closed on December 31st, 2018 at $0.3560.

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

Monthly MIOTA price (US$) and monthly change

Date Open Close Monthly change Annual change
Jan-18 3.51 2.2969 -34.56% -34.56%
Feb-18 2.29694 1.8481 -19.54% -47.35%
Mar-18 1.84805 1.0714 -42.03% -69.48%
Apr-18 1.07138 1.9583 82.78% -44.21%
May-18 1.95827 1.7531 -10.48% -50.05%
Jun-18 1.75307 1.0093 -42.43% -71.24%
Jul-18 1.00933 0.9450 -6.38% -73.08%
Aug-18 0.94496 0.7107 -24.79% 79.75%
Sep-18 0.71069 0.5676 -20.13% -83.83%
Oct-18 0.56764 0.4679 -17.57% -86.67%
Nov-18 0.46789 0.2865 -38.78% -91.84%
Dec-18 0.28646 0.3560 24.27% -89.86%

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About IOTA

The IOTA Foundation was incorporated in Germany as a non-profit corporation. The Foundation is “dedicated to building sustainable ecosystems around IOTA to accelerate its development and commercial adoption as an open source technology”. In November 2017, the Foundation had a $100 million fund to promote IOTA use.

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