|All Time High:
|The price of #SETH today is $3,374 USD.
The lowest SETH price for this period was $0, the highest was $3,374, and the exact current price of one SETH crypto coin is $3,373.63441.
The all-time high SETH coin price was $4,881.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of SETH with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for sETH crypto currency is also #SETH.
sETH is 3 years old.
|The current market capitalization for sETH is $49,309,040.
sETH is ranking upwards to #1081 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|There is a modest volume of trading today on #SETH.
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for sETH is $26,808.
|The circulating supply of SETH is 14,616 coins, which is 13% of the maximum coin supply.
A highlight of sETH is it's exceptionally low supply of coins, as this supports higher prices due to supply and demand in the market.
|SETH has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.
|Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #SETH, and you can view them on our SETH disambiguation page.
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|Billionaire Seth Klarman: I Can't See the Point of Crypto — ...
Billionaire investor Seth Klarman says he cannot see the point of crypto. 'I don't think anybody needs to own it. It just seems to me that it could end up very much in tears,' he added.
Seth Klarman on Crypto Investing, Gold, and U.S. Dollar
American billionaire investor and hedge fund manager Seth Klarman shared his views on a variety of topics, including cryptocurrency, gold, and the U.S. dollar, in an interview with Harvard Business School, released this week.
Klarman is the chief executive and portfolio manager of the Baupost Group, a Boston-based hedge fund he co-founded in 1982. The investment firm currently has about $30 billion under management. According to Forbes, his estimated net worth is $1.5 billion.
On the topic of cryptocurrency, Klarman said:
I can't see the point of crypto. It has this feel to me of being like catnip for techies.
'The idea that we're using more energy than the country of Iceland, to mine extra crypto, to solve math problems that don't need to be solved, seems crazy to me,' he added.
'Why do people need 10 or 50 different cryptocurrencies? I don't get it,' the billionaire investor continued, emphasizing:
I don't think anybody needs to own it. It just seems to me that it could end up very much in tears.
In contrast, Klarman said: 'I'm a fan of gold. I think gold's valuable in a crisis.'
The Baupost Group boss also commented on the U.S. dollar. 'The U.S. has had an enormous advantage of the dollar being the world's reserve currency for a very ...
|Stolen Bored Ape #8398 Is Back Home: Seth Green (Report)
Hollywood personality Seth Green’s Bored Ape, which was stolen in a phishing attack on May 17, is back home.
As per media reports, Green has paid 165 Ether, which is about $300,000 at the current rate, for the return of the prized NFT.
BAYC#8398 is Back Home: Green
“Fred is back home,” Seth Green replied on Twitter Spaces when asked about his stolen Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) NFT.
Green had renamed BAYC#8398 as Fred Simian and it was being featured as the cartoon protagonist in his upcoming show — White Horse Tavern. A trailer premiered at Gary Vaynerchuk’s NFT convention featured Bored Ape #8398 as the star of the show.
Since the NFT was stolen, Green lost the right to use it in his show. There was a lot of interest and speculation about the motive behind the heist.
“I bought that ape in July 2021, and have spent the last several months developing and exploiting the IP to make it into the star of this show,” Green told entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk at a May NFT conference.
Bringing Fred Simian Home
On May 17, Green tweeted that he had lost 4 NFTs to a phishing attack. The stolen digital artworks included Doodles, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, and Bored Ape Yacht Club.
On May 25, the Hollywood actor-director tweeted to inform that he was able to identify and contact the NFT collector, Mr. Cheese, who held his stolen Bored Ape. He requested Mr. Cheese to return the NFT, and also threatened a lawsuit if they didn’t.
|4 NFTs Including a Bored Ape Stolen From Hollywood Actor Seth Green
The popular US actor, director, writer, and producer took it to Twitter yesterday to inform that he had become a victim of a phishing attack and had four NFTs stolen, which were later flagged by OpenSea.
With its growth over the past year or so, the NFT industry managed to attract countless celebrities, with the likes of Eminem, Neymar, Madonna, Serena Williams, Snoop Dogg, and many others purchasing such digital collections.
Seth Green, the 48-year-old Hollywood star known for movies like The Italian Job, Robot Chicken, and Party Monsters, is also among those popular names. However, the Pennsylvania-born actor said on Tuesday that four of his NFTs were stolen through a phishing attack.
Such attacks transpire when the bad actor sends some form of a fraudulent message to trick the victim into revealing sensitive information – typically, to breach his computer or phone. After gaining access, the attacker is able to steal data or deploy malicious software, such as ransomware.
According to Green, the four stolen NFTs were from some of the most popular NFT collections, including Doodles, Mutant Ape Yacht Club, and Bored Ape Yacht Club.
His original tweets showed the prices they were trading for at the time, and he urged the community to refrain from buying and trading them while he was trying to resolve the issue.
All four stolen digital collectibles are now flagged on OpenSea, saying they were “reported for suspicious activity.”
Well frens it happened to me. ...