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The Holdings Calculator permits you to calculate the current value of your gold and silver.

  • Enter a number Amount in the left text field.
  • Select Ounce, Gram or Kilogram for the weight.
  • Select a Currency. NOTE: You must select a currency for gold first, even if you don't enter a value for gold holdings. If you wish to select a currency other than USD for the Silver holdings calculator.

The current price per unit of weight and currency will be displayed on the right. The Current Value for the amount entered is shown.

Optionally enter number amounts for Purchase Price and/or Future Value per unit of weight chosen.

The Current and Future Gain/Loss will be calculated.

Totals for Gold and Silver holdings including the ratio percent of gold versus silver will be calculated.

The spot price of Gold per Troy Ounce and the date and time of the price is shown below the calculator.

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A range of other useful gold and silver calculators can be found on our Calculators page

Gold Price Calculators
Rank Currency Market Cap. Circulating Supply Price Volume (24h) Change (24h) Price Graph (7d)
1 Bitcoin Price Bitcoin 226,508,509,376 18,522,893 $12,219.74 $24,914,184,146 3.46 %
2  Ethereum 42,922,330,741 113,094,241 $378.53 $8,493,331,435 0.22 %
3 Tether Tether 15,899,832,137 15,903,188,781 $1.00 $30,184,615,808 0.15 %
4 Ripple Price XRP 11,223,126,151 45,248,061,374 $0.25 $1,211,178,784 -0.60 %
5 Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Cash 4,641,527,040 18,550,252 $249.57 $2,220,902,130 0.77 %
6  Binance Coin 4,370,281,233 147,883,948 $29.41 $416,721,695 -1.84 %
7  Chainlink 4,058,120,142 388,509,556 $10.38 $817,796,978 -4.26 %
9 Cardano Cardano 3,254,015,024 31,112,484,646 $0.10 $395,555,612 -3.51 %
10 Litecoin Litecoin 3,206,089,572 65,713,590 $48.57 $1,557,174,919 0.73 %
11 Bitcoin SV Bitcoin SV 2,956,390,779 18,548,783 $159.31 $605,974,116 -0.43 %
12 USD Coin USD Coin 2,794,757,374 2,798,636,061 $1.00 $546,341,136 -0.53 %
13 EOS EOS 2,420,558,327 945,807,800 $2.55 $1,123,275,530 -1.11 %
14 Chain Coin 2,198,018,222 20,807,305,936 $0.11 $63,431,179 -4.04 %
15 Monero Price Monero 2,158,897,434 17,733,669 $121.16 $378,520,480 -4.36 %
16  TRON 1,889,713,021 71,660,220,128 $0.03 $959,537,417 1.78 %
17 Stellar Lumens Price Stellar 1,738,262,642 20,851,495,080 $0.08 $187,543,968 -2.78 %
18  Tezos 1,548,949,523 728,338,306 $2.12 $108,834,164 -3.30 %
19  OKB 1,369,549,663 275,512,058 $4.97 $74,388,429 7.03 %
21  Cosmos 1,261,570,070 238,526,147 $5.27 $173,693,617 -4.25 %
22 CDAI cDAI 1,254,280,397 59,998,839,464 $0.02 $7,505,600 -0.36 %
23 NEO NEO 1,249,601,694 70,530,000 $17.66 $349,902,172 -0.20 %
24  LEO Token 1,176,004,602 975,376,133 $1.20 $4,976,361 -1.25 %
25  Huobi Token 1,037,859,672 233,370,545 $4.44 $80,802,328 0.65 %
26 NEM NEM 919,142,892 8,999,999,999 $0.10 $35,162,868 -9.95 %
27 dai Dai 913,663,450 906,614,169 $1.01 $113,773,517 0.18 %

Tezos is a coin created by a former Morgan Stanley analyst, Arthur Breitman. It is a smart contract platform which is does not involve in mining Tezos coins. It is a coin that promotes themselves on major ideas of self-amendment and on-chain governance. It is an Ethereum-like blockchain that hosts smart contracts. It allows the community to vote and improve its flaws. Any token holder may delegate their voting rights to others in the network. The coin uses a generic network shell which allow different transaction and consensus protocols that a blockchain needs to be compatible.

The source code is implemented on OCaml which is a fast, flexible and functional programming language which should suit an ambitious project and its technical requirements. Tezos’ proof-of-stake consensus algorithm is different from the delegated proof-of-stake (dPOS) where they go by the name liquid proof-of-stake. This liquid proof-of-stake that Tezos uses focus in filling the gap between both security and decentralization but still being able to take advantage of the benefits that delegated proof-of-stake offers. The staking process in Tezos is called “baking”. In this blockchain, bakers who make deposits will be rewarded for signing up and publishing blocks. However, if a baker commits any bad behavior the deposits will be forfeited.

Baking & Endorsing
Baking is what Tezos refers to as the action of signing and publishing a new block in the chain. Bakers need at least 10,000 XTZ to qualify as a delegate, and having additional delegated stake increases their chances of being selected as a Baker or Endorser.

At the beginning of each cycle (4096 blocks), the Bakers for each block are randomly selected and published. Bakers earn a block reward of 16 XTZ for baking a block.

In addition to the Baker, 32 Endorsers are randomly selected to verify the last block that was baked. Endorsers receive 2 XTZ for each block they endorse.

Block Rewards & Inflation
Block rewards are funded by protocol defined inflation. Rewards are calibrated so that the number of XTZ tokens grows at roughly 5.5% per year. If 100% of Tezos tokens are delegated, the annualized yield will be 5.5%. Currently, 38% of Tezos tokens have been delegated, including the 10% owned by the Tezos Foundation, so the annualized yield is currently 14%.

To ensure Bakers and Endorsers act honestly, they are required to post a security deposit for each block they Bake or Endorse. They forfeit this deposit in the event of malicious activity, such as double baking or double endorsing a block.

In 2018, Tezos successfully launched their main network after delaying the launch due to corporate governance disputes. The Tezos foundation planned to transition the network to a mainnet, or a more complete version. The foundation has also raised $232 million in July 2017 to build the network and issue a new type of cryptocurrency to its backers in one of the largest- ever initial coin offerings. The founders have also made it clear in their blog that the network is using a new blockchain technology hence unexpected issues may still occur affecting the network.

Check out CoinBureau for the complete review of Tezos.