The Dash cryptocurrency is a payments-focused digital asset that includes an optional privacy feature. Dash originated as a Litecoin (LTC) fork known as XCoin. The asset rebranded to Darkcoin, and then rebranded again to Dash. Dash runs on its own blockchain, making it a coin not a token. Dash coin (not dosh coin, which is a misspelling) is advertised as touting fast and cheap transactions, while also providing the added freedoms that blockchain-based crypto assets provide. Dash coin’s price has varied notably over the years as the asset is not a stablecoin pegged to the value of any underlying asset. Keep up to speed with the Dash crypto’s price moment by moment, as well as view historical price action, with Cointelegraph’s Dash price index.
Dash Market Overview
On the following widget, there is a live price of Dash with other useful market data including Dash’s market capitalization, trading volume, daily, weekly and monthly changes, total supply, highest and lowest prices, etc. By default, the Dash price is provided in USD, but you can easily switch the base currency to Euro, British Pounds, Japanese yen, and Russian Roubles.
Find out the Dash value from the top cryptocurrency exchanges: Binance, Bitfinex, Bitstamp, Coinbase, HitBTC, Kraken, Okex. Select the checkbox to compare prices between exchanges on the charts. Various views are available: Candlestick, OHLC, Line chart. Use buttons to switch between Dash charts. By default, information is provided for the last week, but users are able to choose one day/week/month/year, three months of data, or custom period. There is a built-in feature of prining and downloading Bitcoin price charts. There is an opportunity to download data in .xls/.csv formats.
Dash Historical Price
This section contains the history of Dash (DASH) price. Feel free to customize the period of time to see the price history for the required time. In the colums there are date, price, volume and change. Date describes the day of the recorded price, price shows the Dash value as of that date, the volume column shows the trading volume of the coin for the current day and the change indicates the percentage change in the coin’s price.