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Energy Web Token  


EWT Price:
$1.6 M
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$0.2 B

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The price of #EWT today is $3.89 USD.

The lowest EWT price for this period was $0, the highest was $3.89, and the exact current price of one EWT crypto coin is $3.89129.

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 ETH or other crypto coins.


The code for Energy Web Token is #EWT.

Energy Web Token is 2.3 years old.


The current market capitalization for Energy Web Token is $168,326,403.

Energy Web Token is ranked #164, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a big volume of trading today on #EWT.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Energy Web Token is $1,649,634.


The circulating supply of EWT is 43,257,266 coins, which is 43% of the maximum coin supply.


EWT is a token on the xDai blockchain.


EWT is available on several crypto currency exchanges.

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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 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...

Energy Web and Volkswagen deliver 24/7 renewable energy charging solution for electric vehicles

Solution enables EV owners to charge from specific power plants and match their charging session with close to real-time production from renewables Zug, Switzerland, and Wolfsburg, Germany, 19 July 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, in collaboration with Volkswagen Group Innovation and Elli, have developed a new smart charging solution enabling EV owners to charge their vehicles with renewable electricity that is matched directly with the vehicle’s real-time electricity consumption. The solution relies on “24/7” matching algorithm which optimizes charging to maximize the use of clean, locally sourced electricity and provides users with an unprecedented level of control and granularity over EV charging. Through the solution, users can dictate the date and time of charging, the desired level of charge by the end of their session, what and the renewable energy facility the electricity is drawn from. Several VW ID4s were successfully charged with local clean energy consumption, over the span of 3 months. A full array of charging sessions were tested, running from just a couple of hours through to sessions spanning several days. Each time, the platform optimized the charging schedule for maximum clean electricity usage while ensuring the target state of charge at the end of each session. The majority of tests took place near Wolfsburg, Germany, and took advantage of abundant cl...

An Energy Data Space to boost the European data economy

Zug, Switzerland — 7 July 2022 — Large amounts of valuable data are available in energy systems. However, they are often underused, and their full potential is not being extracted. The smart energy system of the future can be more efficiently operated and designed through a holistic approach that considers its multiple energy vectors (electricity, gas, heat…). This means dealing with diverse data inputs, which is feasible if the interoperability between their corresponding data platforms is ensured. OMEGA-X, a European-funded project, aims to tackle this challenge and to implement an Energy Data Space. Many challenges exist in this sense, as even for each of these energy sectors, a single data platform does not exist. For instance, there is not a single data platform connecting data from generation, transmission, distribution, and consumption domains in the electrical power sector. The barriers also imply the lack of proper mechanisms and policies that ensure secure, sovereign, and fair data sharing. Thus, interoperability inside each sector and between other sectors needs to be promoted and also achieved transnationally, across European countries. The Data Space that OMEGA-X aims for, is one based on European common standards, including federated infrastructure, data marketplace, and service marketplace, involving data sharing between different stakeholders and demonstrating its value for real and concrete Ener...

EV users can take their energy provider ‘On the go’ with ReBeam

Zug, Switzerland — 16 June 2022 — With the rise in popularity of electric vehicles, the e-mobility experience has become a fragmented one, with EV charging between different charge points often being unpredictable and impractical for the end-user, as well as difficult to quantify for energy companies. This is due to the number of service providers and electricity companies operating across different regions, each with their own different, siloed platforms. But what if power providers, mobility companies, and end-users could be united under a common platform to build a frictionless, unified charging experience? In pursuit of this goal, Energy Web has partnered with Elia Group, 50Hertz, and bloXmove to bring to market a new solution called ReBeam. ReBeam integrates all the different parties typically involved in an EV charging session, including transmission system operators (TSOs), distribution system operators (DSOs), charge point operators (CPOs), and more under a common platform known as the Open Charging Network (OCN). This enables data sharing, messaging, transactions, and verification between different parties, while securely handling the digital identities of each market actor. Bringing all of these functions under one roof enables pairing of any electricity used at any charge point with electricity supplied to the grid by any supplier, allowing CPOs to deliver any power company’s electricity to vehicles w...

Growing grid flexibility in partnership with Electra Caldense

Zug, Switzerland — 24 May 2022 — We’re pleased to share an update on Electraflex, our project with Electra Caldense to implement a demand flexibility market to increase grid flexibility. ‘Flexibility’, in this case, refers to the ability to balance power generation with energy consumption using distributed energy resources, with the goal of increasing efficiency and resilience across an increasingly decarbonized network. First announced in February 2021, Electraflex is the world’s first decentralized flexibility platform tailored for the specific needs of a distribution system operator (DSO). Working with Energy Web on the Electraflex project is Electra Caldense, a 100% renewable energy retailer which serves 12,800 in a region of Catalonia just north of Barcelona. Spain has excellent solar resources, and uptake of renewable energy in Catalonia is set to increase over the coming years. Electraflex has the goal of creating a demand flexibility market which incorporates multiple assets, customers, and industrial partners within Electra Caldense’s region, with the goal of balancing renewable energy generation as efficiently as possible across all participants in order to create a single low-carbon electricity system. The pioneering project is the product of a collaboration between multiple partners, including Electra Caldense, Bamboo Energy, Vega Chargers, Top Cable, CAESA, and CEGASA. Energy Web’s technol...

Climate-safe crypto: Energy Web and RMI unveil decarbonization approach for electricity-intensive…

Climate-safe crypto: Energy Web and RMI unveil decarbonization approach for electricity-intensive industries - Approach quantifies material emissions impact of renewable energy purchases by any buyer; initial focus is certification for bitcoin miners. Zug, Switzerland, and Boulder CO, USA, 9 May 2022 — Energy Web, a non-profit building operating systems for energy grids, and RMI, an independent, US-based non-profit organization focused on accelerating the energy transition, have released a draft approach to evaluating the material impact of market-based renewable energy purchases. The approach is applicable to any sector and is currently being trialed with bitcoin miners as the foundation for an eventual certification program that will credential renewably-powered mining and hosting operations. The newly-developed quantitative approach will evaluate the material impact of renewable energy purchases made by companies to mitigate emissions from electricity consumption. The approach aims to provide the information needed to create a more impactful market for energy attribute certificates, including RECs and Guarantees of Origin. Energy Web plans to use the approach as the foundation for a certification initiative enabling investors, regulators, and customers to assess the “green” credentials of bitcoin miners. With the announcement, RMI and Energy Web have launched a broad stakeholder engagement consultation, with the...

Update | Energy Web and ENGIE Energy Access leverage crypto to expand solar energy access in…

ENGIE Energy Access has successfully launched the Crowdfund for Solar platform on the Energy Web Chain to expand solar energy access in Sub-Saharan Africa - Zug, Switzerland — 5 May 2022 — This week, ENGIE Energy Access launched the Crowdfund for Solar platform on the Energy Web Chain, a new staking platform that allows Energy Web Token holders to support the installation of solar energy infrastructure for communities in Sub-Saharan Africa needing affordable and clean energy access. We are extremely proud of our community for participating in the Crowdfund for Solar platform. The platform was 100% filled within 7 hours! Staked $EWT will be providing energy access in countries with low electrification rates like Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia, which is one of the world’s first DeFi solution that ties real-world impact and DeFi cash flows! After the pool was filled up in record time, an awesome community member pointed us to a discrepancy between the total SLT minted and EWT staked in the Crowdfund for Solar platform. Since the contract was already full and staking was no longer possible, we decided to pause the contract until further notice to investigate the root cause of the unexpected issue, which was not witnessed in any of the tests before and that has not been spotted in the official smart contract audit and review. We found a minor issue that only affects the last transaction in a very specific scenario. The ...

Energy Web Community Staking Pool Snapshots explained

Zug, Switzerland — 29 April 2022 — The Energy Web Token powered, proof-of-stake based Energy Web Consortia Relay Chain (EW-CRC) is designed to greatly enhance the cybersecurity of every Energy Web solution and identity connected to it. But this is only possible if the Energy Web community has access to a robust, secure staking mechanism on EW-CRC. This is the primary reason an initial staking pool was launched in December 2021: to demonstrate how using decentralized identifiers and verifiable credentials can support staking on a public blockchain. In March 2022, a second staking pool was launched to test another important concept: figuring out a way to measure average EWT staked over time by individual users. To do so, we use “snapshots” — random checks of Energy Web Token (EWT) balances staked by each user. Snapshots enable our community to understand exactly how consistent the economic security provided by EWT staking is. Testing this concept could not be more important: the upcoming EW-CRC will use a proof-of-stake system to secure dozens of enterprise-grade solutions from around the world and protect the integrity of every digital identity connected to them. Using snapshots to incentivize consistent, long-term staking is a powerful way to increase the security of the EW-CRC; the second staking pool is the proving ground for the concept. A stable electricity grid needs committed stakeholders. The token...


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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