Latest EOS price & analysis (EOStoUSD) 25/9/18

EOS price falls by 20% in September so far

The latest EOS price is US$5.147. Today (25/9/18 11:24) the price has fallen by 9.30%, during this week by 13.45% and during this month it fell by 20.01%. EOS has seen its price drop this year, but that’s not unusual. During August the Top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalisation lost $27bn in value.

Q4 2017 saw EOS grow hugely in value. There were big percentage gains during October to December of 8.17%; 261.71% and 171.73% respectively. This trend continued in January 2018 with a 55.73% price increase. However, since the January closing price of US$11.973, EOS has lost approximately 55% of its value. This hasn’t been a straight line down however, April saw EOS reach a high of US$17.463. It’s been a turbulent year so far.

Most of the top cryptocurrencies have seen similar performances, with the big gains of Q4 2017 largely being wiped out.

EOS: EOS/US$5.147

  • One day down 9.30%
  • One week down 13.45%
  • One month down 20.01%


Latest EOS price and weekly, daily & monthly price movement as at 25/9/18 11:24. All prices via

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About EOS

The EOSIO platform was developed by private company and released as open source software on 2nd June 2018. One billion tokens are being distributed on the Ethereum blockchain by EOS is based on a white paper published in 2017 and the CEO of (Brendan Blumer) announced it will be supported with over $1 billion.

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