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GHOST Price:
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$1.6 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
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The price of #GHOST today is $0.10 USD.

The lowest GHOST price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.100, and the current live price for one GHOST coin is $0.10001.

The all-time high GHOST coin price was $3.52.

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


The code for GHOST crypto currency is also #GHOST.

GHOST is 3.8 years old.


The current market capitalization for GHOST is $1,572,300.

GHOST is ranked #831 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a weak daily trading volume on #GHOST.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for GHOST is $552.


The circulating supply of GHOST is 15,721,323 coins, which is 29% of the maximum coin supply.

Note the limited supply of GHOST coins which adds to rarity of this cryptocurrency and increases perceived market value.


GHOST has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 2 crypto exchanges.


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



A New Era of Integration: Ghost & Polygon Bridge now Live!

A New Era of Integration: Ghost & Polygon Bridge is now Live! - $wGHOST Contract Address: 0xb5e0CFe1B4dB501aC003B740665bf43192cC7853 After several months of dedicated development, thorough testing, and rigorous code review, we are thrilled to unveil our decentralized two-way bridge with the Polygon Network! This groundbreaking bridge not only marks a significant milestone for our project but also opens up a world of possibilities within Ghost’s expanding ecosystem. With this new addition, we’re unlocking endless opportunities for future partnerships, e-commerce ventures, and, of course, groundbreaking DeFi innovations. Our bi-directional bridge is seamlessly integrated within our progressive web application, SHELTR. At Ghost, we understand that user experience is paramount, and our team has painstakingly crafted the bridge’s user interface and user experience with simplicity in mind. In an industry where complexity often reigns supreme, we’ve taken a different approach. Our goal is to empower users from all backgrounds to confidently operate and comprehend the process of bridging their coins and tokens. By keeping the design intuitive and straightforward, we ensure that the power of decentralized finance is accessible to all. At the heart of our decentralized bridge lies a meticulously developed smart contract, where precision meets security. We’ve spared no effort in creating a robust minting and burning mech...

Introducing: Wrapped Ghost on Polygon

$WGHOST Contract Address: 0xb5e0CFe1B4dB501aC003B740665bf43192cC7853 Wrapped Ghost on Polygon is now live! This historic event brings a new chapter in our ecosystem’s history. New opportunities have now been opened, in addition to the uncountable amount of liquidity available and endless DeFi possibilities. For Polygon, this is also huge news as there is not a whole lot of privacy focused projects on their platform. This is where Ghost has a sort of “First-Mover-Advantage.” With Polygon’s recent launch of their zk-EVM and the privacy protocols found in Ghost, transacting privately and across chains has never been better. With the launch of Wrapped Ghost, ticker symbol $WGHOST, this marks the completion of Phase 1 of 2 and brings us ever so close to launching our decentralized two-way bridge. For now though, users wanting to bridge their Main Net $GHOST assets over to Polygon for $WGHOST, can head over to for the transfer. Every $WGHOST token has an exact 1:1 collateralized Main Net $GHOST counterpart. Below are some quick details about $WGHOST: Initial liquidity launch: 100,000 $WGHOST Initial Liquidity Pool: Uniswap $MATIC/$WGHOST Contract Address: 0xb5e0CFe1B4dB501aC003B740665bf43192cC7853 How to bridge: Head over to and deposit your MainNet $GHOST into your wallet. Make sure you also have some $MATIC in your wallet for the withdrawal fee, there are no bridge fees. When you withdraw, it will p...

Ghost Development Update (First Half of 2023)

With the first six months behind us, we have maintained our focused on executing roadmap deliverables and also pushed out a few maintenance updates along the way. Inside this update we will be discussing our progress on the Polygon Bridge, Core maintenance, On-Chain Governance, Community events, and other noteworthy developments. Polygon Bridge Earlier in the year, after our developers completed their research on how the smart contract mechanism would interact with the two blockchains (Ghost & Polygon), our developers published the basic contract interface. This is a set of predefined functions and specifications the bridge must adhere to in order to interact with other contracts or applications within the two blockchain’s environments. This interface specifies the function names, arguments, and return values among other parameters. Continuing the development, the next step was to develop the data structures and controller contracts. The controller contracts will serve as intermediaries between user interactions and the underlying smart contract, coordinating actions and managing data flow. The data structure serves as an organizer and is used to store data in a way that facilitates efficient access, necessary manipulation & retrieval of data. Moreover, development on the actual smart contract itself continued as the burn and mint functions were implemented. For a two-way bridge to be interoperable, there has to be ...

Emergency Hardfork

At block height 754789 the Ghost Blockchain experienced an issue when a block containing data output in the form of OP_RETURN was generated, and the AGVR protocol rejected this specific type of output. Confirming this bug with our cryptographer, our team of developers got to work on a hotfix right away. With the hotfix ready to deploy, the Ghost blockchain underwent a premeditated hardfork at block height 754790. All users please update to the latest ghost-core version, this is a mandatory update. If you do not update, your node will be rejected from participating with the network and you will be unable to communicate with the blockchain. You can download the new core following the link here: We have some exciting updates regarding our Polygon bridge to announce very soon, don’t miss out on the news! Stay connected and follow us on our other platforms: Discord, Ghost Veterans, GitHub, Opensea, Reddit, Telegram, Twitter,

Statement regarding StakeCube

It is with a deep sense of responsibility and commitment to our fiduciary duty to protect our valued community members that we announce our decision to self-delist from StakeCube. This decision was not arrived at lightly, but after careful consideration of recent events. Following the departure of Oleg and given StakeCube’s financial inability and potential unwillingness to recover the deficient balance of $GHOST, we have taken the difficult decision to self-delist. Effective immediately, we strongly advise all members of the Ghost community to withdraw all funds from StakeCube and to refrain from using the exchange. Please be assured that we remain committed to our community, and we will continue to uphold our core values of transparency and accountability in all our actions, including our partners. StakeCube has announced they are complying with our request and Ghost will be delisted on May 5th, 2023.“GHOST will be delisted from StakeCube on May 5th, following a request from the GHOST team. An email will be sent to users with GHOST coins. Please withdraw in good time. Contact support for assistance.” Please remove any and all coins that may still be hosted on the platform. If you are experiencing any issues, please contact their support team, via email: Stay connected and follow us on our other platforms: Discord, Ghost Veterans, GitHub, Opensea, Reddit, Telegram, Twitter,

Ghost + ivendPay Partnership

We are very happy to announce our reintegration with IvendPay! ivendPay is a payment gateway that specializes in providing cryptocurrency payment solutions for retail, e-commerce, and vending machines. This is a significant development for Ghost, as it opens up new avenues for adoption and use in real-world transactions. With ivendPay’s robust payment infrastructure, $GHOST users can now use their coins to make purchases at brick-and-mortar stores, e-commerce websites, and vending machines that accept cryptocurrencies as payment. ivendPay recently partnered with Binance Pay. Binance Pay is a payment service offered by Binance, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchanges. This partnership will provide ivendPay’s users with exposure to a wider range of supported assets, allowing for $GHOST to tap in to this additinoal exposure. The integration of Ghost onto the ivendPay platform and their partnership with Binance Pay will undoubtedly boost the adoption of $GHOST in everyday transactions. This strategic partnership further solidifies the settlement court that Ghost aims to be for financial transactions. Stay connected and follow us on our other platforms: Discord, Ghost Veterans, GitHub, Opensea, Reddit, Telegram, Twitter,

SHELTR: The Ultimate Self-Custody Wallet for Ghost

We are very excited to announce the release of Sheltr, a new mobile wallet powering the next generation of Ghost’s ecosystem. Visit to upgrade your Ghost experience now! SHELTR is not just any mobile wallet, it’s a PWA (Progressive Web Application). PWAs are known for their awesome features that make them feel like native apps, and SHELTR is no exception. It has a seamless and smooth user interface that makes it easy to use for everyone. SHELTR is built from the ground up to be a mobile app, with a native app look and feel, and it runs on anything with a modern web browser — including gaming consoles. And, because it’s a PWA, you don’t need to download any app from the app store. You can simply add SHELTR to your home screen and it will be there, ready to use whenever you need it. SHELTR offers a robust, decentralized, and distributed node network called SHELTRPointe. This network ensures that you always have access to the Ghost blockchain, even if some nodes go offline. This makes SHELTR one of the most reliable and secure wallet options for Ghost. But security doesn’t stop there. SHELTR offers 100% self-custody, with all keys and addresses generated and stored 100% on the user’s device. And, all stored data is encrypted using AES encryption techniques. SHELTR also features mnemonic recovery words that are compatible with ghost-core, meaning that you can easily import and export your w...

Ghost EOY Recap

In this article we are taking a look back over the past year’s historic developments, notable community updates, some of the challenges the team faced and how we overcame them, and the overall progress to date. Q1 -RingCT 2.0 First and foremost, arguable the most critical development that hit production this year was the full re-work of RingCT. For those that are unaware of what this is, RingCT is Ghost’s main privacy protocol responsible for anonymizing and decoying all transactions and data associated with an Anon transaction. This, in concert with Stealth Addresses and Bulletproofs is what makes Ghost a privacy coin. Identified in late Q1 of 2021, our cryptographers observed an issue relating to anon outputs / inputs. It was deemed a critical bug and the Ghost blockchain underwent an emergency hardfork to turn off RingCT. With the quick decision and planning from the team as a whole, we were successfully able to prevent any exploits from spawning off this bug. With this bug identified and RingCT temporarily turned off, resolving the bug took top priority and all other deliverables were set aside. We spent the next several months researching how the RingCT and Bulletproofs protocols interoperate and touched with a special attention to the consensus layer. There’s no shame in saying this was proving to be a cryptographic nightmare. Be that as it may, in early Q4 of 2021, we were close to resolving this bug and hittin...

New Exchange Listing!

Exciting news for the $GHOST community! Our cryptocurrency has been listed on ExchangeAssets, the Ukrainian-based hybrid platform offering PoS Pools, interest-earning options and much more. And the best part? ExchangeAssets operates without KYC, providing users with the ultimate privacy while trading. Get ready to trade $GHOST with four different trading pairs — BTC, LTC, USDT, and S11. And with zero withdrawal fees and just 10 confirmation deposit times, trading on ExchangeAssets has never been easier. Start trading $GHOST now on ExchangeAssets! Stay connected and follow us on our other platforms: Blockfolio (FTX), Discord, Ghost Veterans, GitHub, Opensea, Reddit, Telegram, Twitter,

Ghost Development Update (October 2022)

For Q3, our developers continued to push out a number of developments and exceed milestones, with one deliverable that’s for the history books. Automated Ghost Veteran Rewards Our developers worked over time on this deliverable and pushed it to production on Saturday, October 1st at block height 591621. This protocol entered the history books for Ghost as the blockchain becomes even more decentralized. The AGVR protocol introduces GVR rewards on a per block basis given stake weight and AGVR eligibility. No other blockchain has this similar structure in place. Currently, at press time, there are 102 AGVR eligible Veterans that will soon observe AGVR blocks in their wallet. These Veterans are currently waiting out their time lock of 21600 blocks as described in the AGVR update posted here. After block height 613221 Veterans will begin to see the first AGVR blocks being produced. We observed a brief bug after the initial hard fork that was related to anon inputs/outputs. Within hours our dev team deployed the hotfix and released the current core version, There were no errors found upon the basis of the protocol tracking GVR transactions, so users and the blockchain remained unaffected. This protocol is compatible in all formats of the Ghost Wallet including GhostVault. Furthermore, users who are cold staking can still enjoy the benefits of this protocol as the rewards are paid directly to the staker and not the po...

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