DigiByte logotipo



No pierdas de vista a DigiByte

Recibe alertas instantáneas cuando se produzcan cambios de precios importantes.


Estadísticas de mercado

Capitalización de mercado

105,1 MUS$

Volumen (24 h)

1,5 MUS$

Suministro circulante

16,5 mil M DGB

Récord histórico

0,18 US$

Cambio de precio (1 h)

+0,26 %

Cambio de precio (24 h)

-0,74 %

Cambio de precio (7 d)

-4,45 %

Regístrate ahora y obtén hasta 400 USD como recompensa

Quienes usan Coinbase pueden ganar un promedio de hasta 400 USD simplemente por aprovechar nuestras recompensas. Empieza ahora.

El precio de DigiByte está en baja esta semana.

El precio de DigiByte cayó un 4,45 % en los últimos 7 días. El precio se redujo un 0,74 % en las últimas 24 horas. En la última hora, el precio creció un 0,26 %. El precio actual es 0,0064 US$ por DGB. DigiByte está un 96,47 % por debajo del máximo histórico de 0,18 US$.

La oferta circulante actual es de 16.526.784.425,935 DGB.


Calificaciones promedio de la comunidad

4.9 de 5

Calificaciones de 373




Hoja de ruta






Acerca de

DigiByte es una criptomoneda que se describe como una “tecnología de cadena de bloques progresista, más rápida y segura”. DigiByte utiliza 5 algoritmos diferentes de consenso PoW (prueba de trabajo) en aras de evitar la centralización de la minería.

What Is DigiByte (DGB)?

DigiByte is an innovative permissionless blockchain that can store digital assets, execute smart contracts, run decentralized applications (dApps), and provide secure authentication. The DigiByte blockchain is an immutable ledger made up of a series of blocks with digital signatures that can be verified. DigiByte aims to be widely supported across various platforms to encourage participation from as many entities as possible.

According to the whitepaper, the blockchain emphasizes scalability, security, and speed. DigiByte has faced and solved particular challenges that many other blockchains confront. The blockchain maintains decentralization via various techniques, including GPU/FPGA mining. These techniques help educate the importance of running a full node, multiple algorithms, on-chain scaling, and embracing code contributions. An actual transaction occurs when it takes place on-chain and is recorded in the blockchain.

DigiByte is a decentralized UTXO blockchain. It believes on-chain scaling is essential for future growth in a number of transactions. UTXO refers to the unspent amount left after executing a cryptocurrency transaction. There are no anonymous/shielded transactions because DigiByte feels that the prominent rise of on-chain transactions and the pseudo-anonymous aspect of UTXO's architecture is a strong defense for anonymity.

Segregated Witness (SegWit) protocol is adopted to improve data storage further, alleviate transaction malleability issues, and stay true to DigiByte's forward-thinking attitude. SegWit is nothing but a change in the transaction of a cryptocurrency. SegWit reduces the size of transactions by separating parts of the data, resulting in a 4X increase in the adequate capacity of each block.

Digi-ID is a security system based on the DigiByte blockchain that allows users to sign in to websites, apps, and even the internet of things with ease. Digi-ID eliminates the need for a login, password, and two-factor authentication. There is no risk of passwords or usernames being exposed because Digi-ID employs public/private key cryptography. This strategy safeguards not just the consumer but also the services they utilize.

The network infrastructure, security, and communications are all provided by DigiByte's three layers. The top layer resembles an app shop with obvious real-world applications. The DigiAssets protocol runs on top of the DigiByte blockchain. It can be used to generate any digital asset. The DigiByte blockchain is also used to create decentralized apps. Security and administration are provided by the middle layer. Communication and operating procedures are provided by the lowest layer.

DGB is the platform's native digital currency that allows transactions with nominal fees. 

How Are New DigiBytes (DGB) Created

The whitepaper mentions that DigiByte is globally one of the leading decentralized proof-of-work-mined blockchains. While other blockchains only use a single mining algorithm to create new blocks and assets, DigiByte has developed a "MultiAlgo" approach that uses five distinct and independent algorithms. DigiByte has an order of magnitude greater hash power than any other competitive blockchain in three of its five algorithms globally. This increases network security while preventing "rented hash power" from attacking the blockchain. The platform also enables its consumers to mine DigiByte from home, contributing to the safety of the DigiByte network from their desktop PC by keeping parts of the algorithms "GPU friendly."

Further, the MultiShield upgrade enables real-time DigiByte to distribute difficulty adjustments over all 5 algorithms, ensuring that block timings remain consistent. MultiShield also allows a real-time influx and exit of hash power on one or more mining algorithms, further safeguarding the DigiByte network. DigiByte is also immune to single-algorithm from 51% attacks, thanks to MultiShield.

MultiShield guards against a single algorithm by increasing the difficulty of one algorithm every time. It discovers a block while concurrently lowering the problem of the other algorithms.

The Digibyte blockchain generates a mining algorithm, Odocrypt, which rewrites and morphs every 10 days to avoid ASIC supremacy and focuses on FPGA mining.

History of DigiByte (DGB)

The blockchain was developed in 2013 and later released on January 10, 2014. No ICO was held, and no CEO or a company owns/controls the platform. It is operated by volunteers and driven by the global community. 

The platform's founder is Jared Tate, who created DigiByte to fix many of the apparent flaws of previous blockchains. With 60-second block timings and a two-hour difficulty retargeting frequency, DigiByte began as a Scrypt-only mined network. There are 21 billion DigiBytes to be wholly mined by 2035.

Activos relacionados

Activos en tendencia

Los activos con el mayor cambio en las vistas de página únicas en coinbase.com de las últimas 24 horas.

Criptomonedas populares

Una selección de las 50 criptomonedas principales según su capitalización de mercado.

Agregado recientemente

Una selección de las últimas criptomonedas que se agregaron.

Capitalización de mercado comparable

De todos los activos en Coinbase, estos 12 son los que más se acercan a la capitalización de mercado de DigiByte.

Calculadora de DigiByte

Coinbase Bytes

Coinbase Bytes

The week’s biggest crypto news, sent right to your inbox

Preguntas frecuentes

¿Cuál es el precio actual de DigiByte?

Actualizamos nuestro DigiByte a la moneda USD en tiempo real. Consulta el precio de DigiByte en tiempo real en Coinbase.

¿Cuál es la capitalización de mercado de DigiByte?

La capitalización de mercado actual de DigiByte es 105,12 MUS$. Una capitalización de mercado alta implica que el activo es muy valorado por el mercado.

¿Cuál es el máximo histórico de DigiByte?

El máximo histórico de DigiByte es 0,18 US$. Este máximo histórico es el precio más alto pagado por DigiByte desde su lanzamiento.

¿Cuál es el volumen de operaciones de 24 horas de DigiByte?

Durante las últimas 24 horas, el volumen de operaciones de DigiByte es de 1,53 MUS$.

¿Qué otros activos son similares a DigiByte ?

Los activos que tienen una capitalización de mercado similar a DigiByte incluyen Nervos Network, Polymath, BORA y muchos otros. Para ver una lista completa, consulte nuestros activos de capitalización de mercado comparables.

¿Cuántos DigiByte existen?

La oferta circulante actual de DigiByte es de 17 mil millones.

¿Puedo comprar DigiByte en Coinbase?

No, actualmente DigiByte no está disponible en Coinbase. Sin embargo, puedes registrarte para tener acceso a las últimas novedades sobre DigiByte y recibir una notificación cuando se agregue a nuestra casa de cambio.