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EWT

Energy Web Token  

#EWT

EWT Price:
$3.50
Volume:
$1.7 M
All Time High:
$22.67
Market Cap:
$0.2 B


Circulating Supply:
45,476,685
Exchanges:
9
Total Supply:
46,688,195
Markets:
20
Max Supply:
100,000,000
Pairs:
13



  EWT PRICE


The price of #EWT today is $3.50 USD.

The lowest EWT price for this period was $0, the highest was $3.50, and the exact current price of one EWT crypto coin is $3.49866.

The all-time high EWT coin price was $22.67.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of EWT with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  EWT OVERVIEW


The code for Energy Web Token is #EWT.

Energy Web Token is 2.7 years old.


  EWT MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for Energy Web Token is $159,107,391.

Energy Web Token is ranked #179 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  EWT VOLUME


There is a big daily trading volume on #EWT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Energy Web Token is $1,651,245.


  EWT SUPPLY


The circulating supply of EWT is 45,476,685 coins, which is 45% of the maximum coin supply.


  EWT BLOCKCHAIN


EWT is a token on the xDai blockchain.


  EWT EXCHANGES


EWT is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

View #EWT trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #EWT purchase.


  EWT RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #EWT, and you can view them on our EWT disambiguation page.


  EWT RESOURCES


Websitewww.energyweb.org
Twitterenergywebx
Redditr/EnergyWeb
Telegramenergyweb


  EWT DEVELOPER NEWS



Energy Web 2022 Lookback: Navigating the Storm Before the Calm

Let’s dive into the past 12 months and reflect on how Energy Web’s technology helped companies navigate the energy transition!. — It borders on cliche at this time of year to look back on the previous 12 months and reflect on what an eventful year it has been. But within the orbit that Energy Web occupies — namely the intersection of the global energy transition and Web3 technology — even hyperbole seems inadequate to describe what we witnessed in 2022. From an energy and climate perspective this year was record-setting in ways both horrifying and inspiring. While the energy transition is more urgent than ever, there are encouraging signs that 2022 may well be a critical tipping point in the trajectory towards net-zero. Meanwhile, in the Web3 and crypto world, well… you already know what an exhausting year it’s been, with headlines ranging from merely disappointing to downright infuriating. So how did Energy Web navigate such turbulent and tumultuous times? As anyone who’s weathered a storm well knows, outcomes are largely determined by a mix of advance preparation and sound decision making when the going gets rough. Nobody could have predicted what a mess 2022 turned out to be, but in hindsight Energy Web benefitted from both strategies. In terms of laying a solid foundation, we’re unusually well-positioned amongst Web3 organizations to withstand the current moment thanks to our laser-focus on b...




Energy Web joins Hyperledger Foundation to Accelerate Web 3 Interoperability

By joining Hyperledger Foundation, Energy Web aims to expand its existing open source community and directly contribute to ongoing open source projects hosted by the Linux Foundation.. — Zug, Switzerland, 14 December 2022— Energy Web, a non-profit building open-source technology solutions for energy systems, has today joined Hyperledger Foundation, a project of the Linux Foundation.. By joining Hyperledger Foundation, Energy Web aims to expand its existing open source community and directly contribute to ongoing open source projects hosted by the Linux Foundation. Specifically, Energy Web will contribute towards enterprise interoperability of Web 3 solutions via Hyperledger FireFly. Interoperability between different blockchains and identity solutions has emerged as a top priority for Energy Web as the organisation begins constructing solutions that leverage multiple technologies from different enterprise and Web 3 ecosystems. FireFly, and more generally collaboration with the Hyperledger community, represents a unique opportunity for Energy Web’s technology to be more tightly coupled with other innovations taking place in the Web 3 space.“Our team has been monitoring the growth of Hyperledger Foundation and, in particular, HyperledgerFireFly for some time,” said Mani Hagh Sefat, Chief Technology Officer of Energy Web Foundation. “We couldn’t be more excited to finally jump into the initiative and contribute...




Energy Web: Now Available on Amazon

Energy Web RPC nodes on AWS Marketplace is the first step towards Energy Web as-a-service. — Zug, Switzerland — December 8, 2022 — This year, Energy Web’s technology roadmap focused on achieving one objective: making it easier for enterprises to use Web 3 technology to create real business value in support of the global energy transition. A key pillar of this strategy is to dramatically streamline the way companies access EW solutions by offering them as-a-service. Today we’re excited to announce the initial step in this journey with the release of Energy Web RPC nodes in the AWS Marketplace. For the first time, companies can now configure and deploy a component of the Energy Web Decentralized Operating System with the push of a button. Over the coming months we will expand these offerings to include additional components and public cloud marketplaces. — Why we’re offering EWC technology in cloud marketplaces - There’s an adage in the business world that to be successful you need to meet your customers where they are. There are lots of ways to interpret this, but ultimately it boils down to delivering a product or service in a way that aligns with customers’ existing practices and habits. In the context of enterprise software, historically this has been a weakness of Web3 solutions, including Energy Web. Today nearly every category of enterprise software — from marketing to resource pla...




RMI Partners with Energy Web to Build Sustainable Aviation Fuel Certificate Registry, as Part of…

RMI Partners with Energy Web to Build Sustainable Aviation Fuel Certificate Registry, as Part of Ongoing Decarbonization Work with the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance - — A digital registry for sustainable aviation fuel certificates (SAFc) can give corporate fliers, fuel suppliers, the aviation sector, and its investors confidence to aim higher and scale faster.. — Boulder, CO — November 16, 2022 RMI and Energy Web Foundation today announced that they will build a digital registry for sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) certificates that will bring more transparency to emissions reduction claims about air travel. The registry will also support and accelerate the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels that drastically reduce lifecycle emissions from air transport. The registry will support ongoing work with the Sustainable Aviation Buyers Alliance (SABA), a coalition of corporate buyers and aviators committed to decarbonizing aviation, co-founded by RMI and the Environmental Defense Fund“RMI is very excited to see this crucial tool to fruition,” said Bryan Fisher, managing director for RMI’s Climate-Aligned Industries Program. “A transparent, easy-to-use registry built on a rigorous accounting approach will lift public confidence in SAF emissions reduction claims, propel investment in SAF production, and accelerate decarbonization of the aviation sector.” SAF is a drop-in fuel made with renewa...




Japan’s Electric Power Exchange (JEPX) joins the Energy Web ecosystem as a member and validator

Zug, Switzerland — 8 November 2022 — Today, Energy Web announced that Japan’s Electricity Power Exchange (JEPX) has joined as Energy Web’s newest member. JEPX has been tasked by the Japanese government to operate a new Non-Fossil Fuel Certificate (NFFC) market, and it is keen to explore the potential of utilizing blockchain technologies to support the market’s operation.“JEPX plans to track all non-fossil certificates in one to two years, and by using blockchain technology, all non-fossil certificates traded on the non-fossil value trading market will be attached with granular attributes such as generation type and location. This will simplify the process of obtaining attribute information on non-fossil certificates and encourage information disclosure as companies become more environmentally conscious’’ said Ryoichi Kunimatsu, General Manager at JEPX.“We are thrilled to welcome Japan’s Electric Power Exchange into the Energy Web ecosystem. Recently, we have been in discussion with many market participants from across the Asia Pacific region; JEPX will be the first of many new Energy Web partners and solutions from this part of the world. In this case, Energy Web technology is a great fit for JEPX’s business requirements and their vision for the future of the Japanese renewable energy market.” added Jesse Morris, CEO of Energy Web. About JEPX The Japan Electric Power Exchange facilitates spot ...




How Energy Web is helping the Aviation sector reach Net Zero

Energy Web is working with Shell on Avelia, a digital platform for scaling Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), one of the most promising new technologies for reaching net zero in the aviation sector. All areas of the economy need to reach net zero in the coming decades. This will be much more straightforward for some sectors than others. In many cases, the deciding factor will be the speed at which technologies develop. One way of thinking about large-scale decarbonization is as a triangle with three points, all three of which need to be spoken for to drive change at pace: Technology: We need technologies which can replace current ways of doing things with low-carbon options — such as electric vehicles replacing petrol cars, Clear targets: On top of the desire to want to reach net zero, we need to maintain clear targets to make sure we progress towards our end goal., Economics: We need the economic drivers which will make switching to new technologies and approaches financially viable., For the aviation sector, governments around the world made a major step last month towards evidencing the middle of these three points. At the assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the air transport division of the United Nations, 184 countries signed a landmark treaty agreeing to target net zero carbon emissions for air transport by 2050. The sector will require major changes to hit this long-term goal in t...




Energy Web Token (EWT) Consortia Relay Staking Snapshots Insights part 2

This update provides additional insights on the results of the “snapshot” mechanism currently being used to track the consistency of staked Energy Web Tokens (EWT) in the Consortia staking pool. Patrons staking EWT can use the tools provided at consortia-stake-ewt.io to check the status of their wallets and snapshots if applicable. — Snapshots and Variable EWT rewards - We published this blog post that includes a detailed technical analysis of the previous 2 snapshots, together with an explanation of the snapshots mechanism and variable staking rewards. To summarize the mechanics, the Energy Web Consortia staking pool tracks the consistency of staking by taking snapshots of staking balances at random points in time. Users who stake consistently, based on the snapshot date, will earn additional rewards from the staking pool. The additional rewards are designed to incentivize consistent staking, as EWT staking will be a major contributor to the cybersecurity of upcoming Energy Web solutions for enterprises. — Snapshot 3 Balance Analysis - Snapshot 3 was taken on block #19190154 generated on July 29th at 09:24:50 PM +2 UTC. At this block, there were 6,822 wallets staking, which is 181 more wallets compared to Snapshot 2 and 414 more compared to Snapshot 1. The total balance of all EWT staked in the pool was equal to 6,047,363 EWT, an increase of 316,401 EWT compared to Snapshot 2 and 506,775 EWT more than at Sn...




Unlocking the Potential of Self-Sovereign Identity for Enterprise with Energy Web Switchboard

Switchboard provides companies with simple tools to administer decentralized identifiers and verifiable credentials for organizations, users, and assets. At Energy Web we believe self-sovereign identity (SSI) will become a fundamental pillar of the energy transition, enhancing interoperability and strengthening security for billions of assets, organizations, and customers. Today we’re pleased to announce a major step forward in making this vision a reality with the production deployment of Switchboard on the Energy Web Chain. This release includes major updates to the front-end Switchboard web application as well as the back-end libraries and components, giving companies access to the full suite features offered by legacy identity access management solutions in a decentralized architecture. Why we built Switchboard Digital identity is integral to every facet of the energy sector, from basic administrative procedures (processing customer rebates for smart thermostats, or registering new solar systems) to high-stakes operational tasks (granting access to customer data, or sending control signals to generators). Given the importance of keeping identity data accurate and secure, as well as the risks and limitations of centralized management approaches as energy systems become increasingly diverse and distributed, SSI has emerged as one of the fastest-growing segments of the enterprise IT landscape in recent years. We began dev...




How staking EWT increases cybersecurity for energy grids and enterprises

By Michal Bacia. — According to security analysts, nearly 80% of cyberattacks are identity-based. In these attacks, bad actors steal administrators’ usernames and passwords or issue fake credentials to themselves. With credentials in hand, unauthorized parties can infiltrate enterprise information technology systems and go undetected for long periods of time. Many of these attacks can be prevented via security architectures that embrace decentralized authentication and authorization of users and assets. These architectures, based on decentralized identifiers (DIDs) and verifiable credentials (VCs), can unlock value across many segments of the global economy. But the energy sector, in particular, stands to benefit greatly. The number of energy sector assets (e.g., electric vehicles, smart inverters, batteries) and actors interacting with them is growing exponentially. A centralized, “Web 2” approach to digitizing these assets and their users (creating a centralized data silo and a super administrator of the silo) is expensive, fragile, and creates lucrative honeypots for malicious actors to attack. At Energy Web, we believe a more effective solution is to embrace a decentralized architecture for user and asset authentication and authorization. — The role of verifiable credentials - A critical component of any security architecture is the process by which users’ credentials are verified in order to be assig...




Energy Web Token (EWT) Consortia Relay Staking Snapshots Insights

This update provides a brief overview and technical analysis of the results of the “snapshot” mechanism currently being used to track the consistency of staked Energy Web Tokens (EWT) in the Consortia staking pool. Patrons staking EWT can use the tools provided at consortia-stake-ewt.io to check the status of their wallets and snapshots if applicable. — Snapshots and Variable EWT rewards. — A series of Snapshots are being taken of wallets that have staked Energy Web Tokens (EWT) in the Energy Web Consortia staking pool. The purpose of the snapshots is to measure the consistency of staking. Specifically, snapshots track how much EWT is deposited into a staking contract by a given wallet and how long that stake is maintained throughout the life of the Consortia staking pool. Since staking will be a major contributor to the cybersecurity of Energy Web solutions tied to the upcoming Consortia blockchain, having a consistent, high stake of EWT is crucial. Therefore, EWT staking pools reward consistent stakers with higher rewards compared to stakers who withdraw EWT before the staking pool ends. In the case of the current Consortia staking pool, there will be an additional, variable reward distributed to all Patrons (individuals who have staked EWT into the pool) with at least 1 snapshot. This reward comes from redistributing all unallocated rewards from the Consortia staking smart contract. The staking contract wa...




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Bitcoin Price Prediction: What Elliott Wave Theory Suggests Is Next For ...

    Any Bitcoin price prediction is just a guess without a basis to make the forecast. The stock-to-flow model that was once the most cited reason for expectations of higher prices has failed, leaving technical analysis, on-chain signals, and statistics as the best chance of finding future price targets. Elliott Wave Theory is a technical analysis forecasting methodology discovered in the 1930s, which is based on identifying extremes in investor psychology combined with distinctive price behavior. With Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies being so susceptible to the ebb and flow of investor sentiment, here is what Elliott Wave Theory suggests about what is to come for Bitcoin price. A Brief History Of BTC Price Action The Bitcoin price index chart begins in late 2010, with the first-ever cryptocurrency trading at only pennies on the dollar. By the end of 2011, the price per BTC grew by more than 60,000%. Before the year came to a close, it has lost 94% of its value. From the low of approximately $2, another bullish impulse added yet another 60,000% ROI by the 2013 peak. Yet another steep corrective phase followed, cutting the cryptocurrency down by 86%. What followed was arguably the most talked about bull run since the dot com bubble, when in 2017 Bitcoin reached nearly $20,000 per coin. By now, we can see that extreme price swings and pivots in investors sentiment lead to boom and bust cycles across crypto. Bitcoin once again found a bottom at $3,000 in 2018, which will be the ba... read More



Polkadot Snags No. 1 Spot In Dev't Activity This Month – Time To G...

    Certainly a welcome change for those who work in crypto. Despite widespread doom and gloom, Polkadot native coin, DOT, has become the most discussed cryptocurrency in the community. Still, that's not the end of the good news. A recent tweet by @PolkadotInsider explained how Polkadot has more active developers than Ethereum. This demonstrates the ecosystem's widespread appeal within the cryptocurrency sector as Polkadot is able to secure the top top spot in terms of development activity this month. However, the question of whether or not DOT is a solid buy in the present needs to be addressed. In the meantime, with this decent achievement - is it a good time to go long on the crypto? TOP #Polkadot #DOT Ecosystem Coins by Social Activity 19 November 2022$DOT $CELR $LIT $KSM $DIA $PHA $CQT $EWT $ANKR $OCEAN pic.twitter.com/2cLLptJBve — CryptoDep #StandWithUkraine (@Crypto_Dep) November 19, 2022 Polkadot Falls Short In Hitting New Peaks The crypto market, as you may be aware, is now witnessing a bearish market mood takeover due to external factors of uncertainty and doubt. All expectation of a DOT-beneficial relief rally in the near future has been dashed. DOT's value has decreased significantly over all time frames, but it has lost 23.7% in the past two weeks, as measured by CoinGecko. Image: TradingView As of right now, the token is selling for $5.15, which is a loss. Correlations with Bitcoin and Ethereum, two of the most popular cryptocurrencies, show that its price ... read More



Ocean Protocol's veTokenomics Kickstart a Decentralized Data Economy and...

    The exchange and monetization of data is a valuable yet unknown opportunity in Web 3.0, as blockchain technology can solve challenges related to the secure access of datasets. Ocean Protocol’s ecosystem welcomes participants that are looking to distribute, purchase or invest in data, creating a balanced economy where anyone can participate to monetize this valuable resource. Paired with existing tools known to cryptocurrency enthusiasts, including NFTs, ERC-20 Tokens, and yield farming, the protocol offers an incentive structure that can kickstart an encompassing, decentralized data economy. The project has already launched its decentralized, open-source marketplace for datasets in 2020. Their marketplace is compatible with Ethereum and other blockchains, such as Polygon, Moonbeam, EWT, and Binance Smart Chain. Their technology has since been adopted by Mercedes-Benz and other enterprises. The company was awarded by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer in 2021. Data Finance & veTokenomics In the domain of Web 3.0, decentralized finance (DeFi) still presents a significant opportunity for users. Although rug-pulls, impermanent loss, and unsustainable staking models resulted in major losses for many recently, the ecosystem is adapting quickly. Consequently, Ocean Protocol took a decision to re-design its entire marketplace structure, entirely focused on protecting user funds. To achieve their objectives, the project implemented the veTokenomics developed by Cur... read More



Blockdaemon to operate node for blockchain energy infrastructure system ...

    Blockdaemon, an independent blockchain infrastructure platform & staking-as-a-service provider, today announced a new partnership with Energy Web, a global nonprofit organization building operating systems for energy grids using open-source decentralized technologies. As a certified Energy Web validator node operator, Blockdaemon will work to support the success of the Energy Web Foundation and ecosystem. Energy Web’s digital operating systems for energy utilize the application of blockchain. It represents one of the largest and most ambitious uses of a decentralized, open-access, consumer-facing blockchain that the world has seen to date. “We are excited to help with the energy transition of the world by supporting the Energy Web Chain and its ecosystem participants. Anyblock has been a validator and active participant from day 1. Now, as part of the Blockdaemon team, we happily continue this collaboration and are looking forward to help expand to the Polkadot universe and offering staking opportunities.” - Freddy Zwanzger, Ethereum Ecosystem Lead at Blockdaemon Because the Energy Web Chain is managed by known entities in the energy sector, upgrades to the network can be rolled out seamlessly. This avoids contentious hard forks which split many blockchains in governance disputes over the future of the protocol. Another advantage is custody and maintenance. The Energy Web Foundation is building sophisticated tooling on top of the blockchain to help... read More



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