On this page the visitor can know where you can exchange Ethereum to Kazkommertsbank (QAZKOM) Kazakhstani tenge at the best rate. When choosing the best course, pay attention to the reserve of KKB KZT. In case of insufficient amount of the reserve currency Kazakhstani tenge choose the exchanger with the worst rate, but sufficient for your exchange reserve. All courses KKB KZT and ETH received from the export files of exchange services. The data in the table sorted according to the more favorable exchange rate of Ethereum to Kazkommertsbank (QAZKOM) Kazakhstani tenge in the beginning of the table.
- Conversion ETH → KKBKZT make 6 exchangers.
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- Ethereum is a platform to create decentralized online services on the basis of the blockchain (decentralized applications), operating on the basis of smart contracts. Technology Ethereum enables the registration of any transactions with any assets based on a distributed base-type contracts in the blockchain without resorting to traditional legal procedures. This is competitive compared to the existing system of registration of transactions. According to the Economist, the technology of "smart contracts" marks a new era in financial technology
- Kazkommertsbank (QAZKOM) Kazakhstani tenge
Kazkommertsbank (QAZKOM) – one of the largest financial institutions in Central Asia and the largest private Bank in Kazakhstan by assets (4 752 billion tenge). History the Bank maintains since 1991, when there was a re-Medeu Bank, was founded in 1990. The main shareholder Kazkommertsbank and July 2017 is the national Bank of Kazakhstan. Kazakhstani tenge is the national currency of Kazakhstan. Put into circulation on 15 November 1993. Tenge comes from the name of Turkic silver coins "dengue" or "Tanga".