Ethereum Classic Fees

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Ethereum Classic Exchange Fees

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Dep. Deposit fees Trade Trading fees Withdrawal Withdrawal fees
- 0.1% 0.01 ETC Sign up
- 0.75% 0.01 ETC Sign up
- 0.1% / 0.2% 0.01 ETC Sign up
- 0.5% 0.00042 ETC Sign up
- 0.2% 0.037 ETC Sign up
- 0.2% 0.01 ETC Sign up
- 0.16% / 0.26% 0.008 ETC Sign up
- 0.1% 0.01 ETC Sign up
- 0.08% / 0.1% 0.008 ETC Sign up
- 0.145% 0.0437 ETC Sign up
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What is Ethereum Classic?

Ethereum Classic is an open source distributed computing platform based on blockchain that offers a smart contract (scripting) functionality. It supports a modified version of the Nakamoto consensus through stateful transactions based on transitions executed on an Ethereum virtual public machine (EVM). Ethereum Classic maintains the original, unchanged history of the Ethereum network. 2 The Ethereum project's main Ethereum network was initially launched through Frontier on 30 July 2015. However, due to a hack of a third-party project, the Ethereum Foundation created a new version of the Ethereum mainnet on 20 July 2016 with an irregular state change implemented that erased the DAO theft from the history of the Ethereum blockchain. The Ethereum Foundation applied its trademark to the new altered version of the Ethereum blockchain; Ethereum (ticker: ETH). The previous, unaltered version of Ethereum was renamed and continued as Ethereum Classic (ticker: ETC). Ethereum Classic's native Ether token is a cryptocurrency traded on digital currency exchanges under the ticker symbol ETC. Ether is created as a reward to network nodes for a process known as "mining", which validates calculations performed in the Ethereum Classic EVM. Implemented on 11 December 2017, the current ETC monetary policy pursues the same goals as bitcoin of being mechanical, algorithmic and limited. ETC can be exchanged for network transaction fees or other assets, commodities, currencies, products and services. Ethereum Classic provides a decentralised Turing-complete virtual machine, the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM), which can execute scripts using an international network of public nodes. The instruction set of the virtual machine is Turing complete in contrast to others such as the bitcoin script. Gas, an internal transaction pricing mechanism, is used to mitigate spam and allocate resources in the network.

Platform Token Issuance Decentralized Applications Proof Of Work Internet Ethash Software Cryptocurrency Mining

Launch date 2016-07-20
Development status Working product
Whitepaper Link
Org. Structure Decentralized
Open source No
HD Wallet No
Consensus type Proof of Work
Hash algorithm Ethash

Ethereum Classic sites

Coin categories

A platform is a group of technologies that are used as a base upon which other applications, processes or technologies are developed.
Token Issuance
Crypto tokens represent a particular fungible and tradable asset or a utility that is often found on a blockchain.
Decentralized Applications
dApps are applications that run on a P2P network of computers rather than a single computer.
Proof Of Work
Algorithm wherein the more a miner pays for the computing equipment required to crack the cryptographic puzzle, the better chances there is to score the right to mine the blocks.
Internet decentralization, domain registration, internet providers and search engines.
It's an algorithm that is used by Ethereum, etc. (GPU mining)
Development tools, virtual machines, operating systems and hi-tech.
Digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets.
It's the process by which transactions are verified and added to the public ledger, using computing power

Team members

Position Links
ETCDEV Core Team
IOHK (Grothendieck) R&D Team
ETC COOPERATIVE Finance Support Team
ETC LABS Funding Team
Ethereum Commonwealth Support Team
Igor Artamonov Founder & CTO (ETCDEV)
Shane Jonas Javascript Developer
Yury Javascript Developer
Wei Tang Rust Developer
Richard Schumann Graphic Designer
Tomasz Zdybał Go Developer
Isaac Ardis Go Developer
Constantine Kryvomaz Rust Developer
Cody Burns Advisor
Matthew Mazur Advisor
Roy Zou Advisor
Yates Randall Advisor
Elaine Ou Advisor
Dr. Avtar Sehra Advisor
Alan McSherry Developer
Alan Verbner Developer
Nicolas Tallar Developer
Lukasz Gasior Developer
Radek Tkaczyk Developer
Mirko José Alić Scala Developer
Christos Loverdos Scala Developer
Konrad Staniec Developer
Kevin Lord Community Manager
Zachary Belford Senior Software Engineer
ETC Labs Core Core Team
Stevan Lohja Technology Coordinator
Darcy Reno Program Manager
Mike Lubinets Rust Developer
Michael Collison Compilers Engineers
Donald McIntyre Business Developer
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