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Precio Solana

(SOL / USD)

96,73 US$
+10,28 %

Market Stats

30.5B  US$

2.1B  US$

-12,19 %

315.1M SOL

42 días

Compra del 80%
Venta del 20%

#6

260,06 US$

+0,24 %

+10,28 %

-5,86 %

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Acerca de Solana

Solana es una plataforma informática descentralizada que utiliza SOL para realizar los pagos correspondientes a las transacciones. El objetivo de Solana es mejorar la escalabilidad de la cadena de bloques mediante la combinación del algoritmo de consenso de prueba de participación y el protocolo denominado «Proof of History». Como resultado de ello, Solana afirma ser capaz de procesar 50 000 transacciones por segundo sin necesidad de sacrificar la descentralización de la plataforma.

What is Solana?

Solana is a crypto-computing platform that aims to achieve high transaction speeds without sacrificing decentralization. 

Like Ethereum, Solana is both a cryptocurrency and a flexible platform for running decentralized apps (dapps) — everything from Degenerate Apes to the Serum decentralized exchange (or DEX). Its major innovation is speed, via a bundle of new technologies including a consensus mechanism called proof of history (PoH). Solana can process around 50,000 transactions per second — compared to 15 or less for Ethereum (the ETH2 upgrade, which is currently underway, is designed to make Ethereum much faster than it is now).

Because Solana is so fast, congestion and fees remain low. Developers hope high speeds and low fees will eventually enable Solana to scale to compete with centralized payment processors like Visa. 

Solana’s native cryptocurrency is SOL, which is used to pay transaction fees and for staking. It also gives holders the right to vote in future upgrades. SOL is available to buy and sell via exchanges like Coinbase. 

What makes Solana unique?

When Bitcoin was invented more than a decade ago, it solved a tricky problem: how to make it possible for strangers anywhere in the world to make financial transactions over the internet without financial intermediaries and payment processors like Visa or Mastercard assisting the transaction.   

The technology that makes decentralized transactions possible — and which created the universe of cryptocurrencies we now know — is called a blockchain. But, blockchains previously had one major downside compared to centralized networks like the ones credit-card companies use: they’re slower. As of August 2021, Ethereum typically processes fewer than 15 transactions per second, compared to tens of thousands for Visa’s network. 

Solana is one of many new crypto solutions aiming to make crypto networks faster and more scalable. It uses a suite of clever technologies, including a novel mechanism called “proof of history.”

How can I stake Solana?

The computers that secure the network are called validators. Participants stake their own SOL to become a validator, in exchange for a chance at earning SOL and a cut of fees. (Becoming a validator also requires a fairly high level of technical knowhow.) 

SOL also serves as a “governance token,” meaning that holders also are able to vote on future upgrades and governance proposals submitted by the Solana community.

What kinds of applications run on Solana?

Like Ethereum, Solana is a computing platform that can interact with smart contracts. Smart contracts power a wide range of applications, from NFT marketplaces and DeFi, to games and decentralized lotteries. 

The crypto app ecosystem on Solana supports billions of dollars worth of assets. One reason a user might choose an app that runs on Solana is that speeds are high and congestion is low — resulting in lower fees. 

There are, of course, risks associated with emerging crypto applications and technologies, from extreme volatility, to the potential for undiscovered smart-contract bugs to be exploited. Especially as a beginner, do your research and don’t risk money you can’t afford to lose.

Where do I buy Solana?

You can buy, send, and receive Solana using various crypto exchanges and wallets, including Coinbase and Coinbase Wallet.

Released: February 2018

Solana está a la baja esta semana.

El precio de Solana ha descendido en un 5,86 % en los últimos 7 días. El precio se ha incrementado en un 10,28 % en las últimas 24 horas. En la última hora, el precio se ha incrementado en un 0,24 %. El precio actual es de 96,73 US$ por SOL. Solana está un 62,80 % por debajo del máximo histórico de 260,06 US$.El suministro en circulación actual es de 315.101.255,76SOL.

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