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Rank #142
Ravencoin Price (RVN)
Ravencoin (RVN)
$0.030663748281 6.2%
0.00000101 BTC 1.7%
53,514 people like this
$0.027897587705
24H Range
$0.031379997588
Market Cap $321,236,942
24 Hour Trading Vol $14,214,499
Circulating Supply 10,473,290,000
Total Supply 21,000,000,000
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RVN Price Statistics

Ravencoin Price Today
Ravencoin Price $0.030663748281
Market Cap $321,236,942
Market Cap Dominance 0.02%
Trading Volume $14,214,499
Volume / Market Cap 0.0452
24h Low / 24h High $0.027897587705 / $0.031379997588
7d Low / 7d High $0.025727803109 / $0.032184310197
Market Cap Rank #142
All-Time High $0.285218 -89.3%
Feb 20, 2021 (about 1 year)
All-Time Low $0.008932322954 240.5%
Mar 13, 2020 (about 2 years)

RVN Price Today

Ravencoin price today is $0.030663748281 with a 24-hour trading volume of $14,214,499. RVN price is up 6.2% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 10 Billion RVN coins and a total supply of 21 Billion. If you are looking to buy or sell Ravencoin, Nominex is currently the most active exchange.

What was the highest price for Ravencoin?

Ravencoin hit an all time high of $0.285218 on Feb 20, 2021 (about 1 year).

What was the lowest price for Ravencoin?

Ravencoin had an all time low of $0.008932322954 on Mar 13, 2020 (about 2 years).

What was the 24 hour trading volume of Ravencoin?

The 24 hour trading volume of Ravencoin is $14,214,499.

Where can Ravencoin be traded?

You can trade Ravencoin on Nominex, MEXC Global, and Digifinex.

Ravencoin is a blockchain specifically dedicated to the creation and peer-to-peer transfer of assets. Just as Monero is solely focused on privacy, Ravencoin specializes in asset transfer – nothing more, nothing less. Although you can exchange assets over other blockchains, like Bitcoin and Ethereum, that’s not their intended purpose. And the lack of specialization leads to problems that are specific to transferring assets. Ravencoin enables you to create and trade any real-world (e.g., gold bars, land deeds) or digital (e.g., gaming items, software licenses) assets on a network with only that in mind.

Ravencoin doesn’t have an established team. It’s an open-source project led by the core developers: RavoncoinDev, Tron, and Chatturga (discord usernames). Bruce Fenton, Board Member of The Bitcoin Foundation, advises the team. The core developers launched Ravencoin on January 3rd, 2018 and Fenton kicked off the launch with a Tweet announcing the start of mining. The project gained some notoriety when Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne announced that his company had made a multi-million dollar investment into the team. Since then, the team has been building out the core functionality of asset support and rewards capabilities.

The release of the Ravencoin mainnet and increase in activity on the platform should help the price. Any news of notable companies or financial institutions utilizing the platform should also have a positive effect. Ravencoin offers just one thing: tokenized asset transfer. And that singular focus isn’t a bad thing. When projects attempt to solve a bunch of problems at once, they often create a bunch of half-baked solutions. Ravencoin is avoiding that. As a young project with seemingly endless competition, it’s difficult to predict how successful Ravencoin will be. An active community and backing from one of the most respected names in online retail are positive indicators, though. There’s a clear trend toward the tokenization of all types of assets. However, we have yet to see whether or not Ravencoin will be leading that change.

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