Ethereum is a secure, community-built technology that helps businesses and individuals move money, make agreements, and send cryptocurrency to anyone.








Anthony Di Iorio, Charles Hoskinson, Gavin Wood, Joseph Lubin, Mihai Alisie, Vitalik Buterin



• Approval Process Control

• Built-In Database

• Distributed Ledger

• Identity Verification

• Multiple Programming Languages Supported

• Network Provisioning

• Peer-to-Peer

• Reporting/Analytics

• Smart Contracts

• Tokenization

• Transaction History

• User Provisioning


Like most cryptocurrencies, Ethereum's price isn't fixed. You can see the current Ethereum price on a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance.




Can Ethereum be traced?

It’s not possible to trace an Ethereum address to the person using it, except in situations where an Ethereum user leaves clues that connect their Ethereum address to their physical identity,

Do I have to pay taxes on Ethereum?

Ethereum cannot be taxed. As long as a user doesn’t report their Ethereum gains, no one can know the details of their Ethereum gains.

However, centralized exchanges with accounts and IDs do report their users’ Ethereum balance to tax authorities.

If you want privacy from authoritarian regimes, you need an exchange that doesn’t ask for your ID.

How can I use Ethereum in the real world?

You can use Ethereum for digital identity, making payments, health applications, supply chains, and decentralized finance.

















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