What is Ethereum?
Ethereum (ETH) is a global computing network, launched in 2015. Ethereum uses smart contracts – decentralised computer code – to execute applications of any complexity. The ETH token is used to pay for all operations on the Ethereum network.
How do I buy Ethereum?
Deposit funds into your account.
Enter the amount of Ethereum (or Australian Dollar equivalent) that you would like to buy or sell.
Click ‘Buy' to confirm your Ethereum purchase and your ETH will arrive in your TimeX wallet within minutes.
How to buy Ethereum
Users based in Australia can buy Ethereum (ETH) from TimeX in just a few minutes. Simply open an account, complete verification, and deposit funds via bank transfer or a range of other options.
Ethereum price chart
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0 Ethereum = 1 Australian Dollar (AUD)
|ETH [Ethereum]||AUD [Australian Dollar]|
|0.01 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|0.1 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|1 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|2 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|3 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|5 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|10 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|20 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|50 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|100 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
|1000 Ethereum||=||0.0000 Australian Dollar|
Australian Ethereum Exchange Pros and Cons
TimeX is the decentralised crypto exchange for the ChronoBank ecosystem: a completely secure, easy and convenient way to trade digital tokens and cryptocurrencies on a peer-to-peer basis.
The Ethereum network acts as a highly versatile global computer, with every operation paid for using ETH.
Ethereum has become an extremely popular platform for Decentralised Finance (DeFi) projects.
Many of the top blockchain tokens and other crypto projects are based on Ethereum’s smart contracts.
It is the second most widely-known and used blockchain platform, after Bitcoin, and has a huge and very experienced community of developers working on its code and applications.
The Ethereum network has limited capacity, meaning that transactions can be delayed, or may even fail at times.
Competition for transactions means that blockchain fees can be very high.
Ethereum’s programming language is complex and bugs are often discovered in applications created on the platform.
There is increasing competition from many other smart contract blockchain platforms.