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Rank #279
Request Price (REQ)
Request (REQ)
$0.108114 6.6%
0.00000555 BTC 7.0%
0.00008088 ETH 7.5%
15,897 people like this
$0.101051
24H Range
$0.113935
Market Cap $83,958,632
24 Hour Trading Vol $24,728,816
Fully Diluted Valuation $108,421,856
Circulating Supply 774,369,991
Total Supply 999,817,216
Max Supply 1,000,000,000
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REQ Price Statistics

Request Price Today
Request Price $0.108406
24h Low / 24h High $0.101051 / $0.113935
7d Low / 7d High $0.098108133215 / $0.113296
Trading Volume $24,759,521
Market Cap Rank #279
Market Cap $83,817,311
Market Cap Dominance 0.009%
Volume / Market Cap 0.2954
All-Time High $1.06 -89.8%
Jan 06, 2018 (over 4 years)
All-Time Low $0.004547068479 2280.4%
Mar 13, 2020 (over 2 years)

REQ Price Today

Request price today is $0.108114 with a 24-hour trading volume of $24,728,816. REQ price is up 6.6% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 770 Million REQ coins and a total supply of 1 Billion. If you are looking to buy or sell Request, Crypto.com Exchange is currently the most active exchange.

What was the highest price for Request?

Request hit an all time high of $1.06 on Jan 06, 2018 (over 4 years).

What was the lowest price for Request?

Request had an all time low of $0.004547068479 on Mar 13, 2020 (over 2 years).

What was the 24 hour trading volume of Request?

The 24 hour trading volume of Request is $24,728,816.

Where can Request be traded?

You can trade Request on Crypto.com Exchange, Bitvavo, and Binance. Popular trading pairs for Request in the market includes REQ/USD, REQ/CAD, REQ/AUD, REQ/GBP, REQ/INR, and REQ/PHP.

What Is Request (REQ)?
The Request (REQ) utility token, launched in 2017, ensures the performance and stability of the Request Network. The Request Network itself is an Ethereum-based decentralized payment system where anyone can request a payment and receive money through secure means. It removes the requirement for third parties in order to provide a cheaper, more secure payment solution that works with all global currencies.

When a user creates a request for payment, they define to which address the payment needs to be allocated and what the amount is. The user can also define the terms and conditions of the payment, upgrading a simple request into an invoice. Once this is completed, the user can share their request to be paid by their counterparty.

Every step is documented and stored on the Request network, allowing everyone involved to easily keep track of all the invoices and payments for accounting purposes.

Request is also integrated with legislation across the world to remain compliant with the trade laws of each individual country.

Who Are the Founders of Request?
The founders of Request are Christophe Lassuyt and Etienne Tatur.

Christophe Lassuyt is currently the chief financial officer at Request. Before this position, he co-founded MONEYTIS.

Etienne Tatur is the chief technical officer of Request. Prior to this, he also co-founded MONEYTIS and worked as a lead developer at QOBUZ, a music streaming service.

What Makes Request Unique?
The payments on Request are performed by simply sending an invoice through the blockchain; the counterparty can then detect the request and pay it with one click in a peer-to-peer manner. The fact that the payments are push-generated instead of pull-generated is one of Request’s key advantages. There is no need for users to share their account information. The use of blockchain technology also eliminates the need for third-party processors, resulting in a reduction in transaction costs.

The Request Network leverages decentralized blockchains such as Ethereum and IPFS for an increased level of security, privacy and data ownership for the end-user. The platform does have transaction fees, which is a cost that is required to broadcast a change to the blockchain network. The transaction fees are used to incentivize miners to reach consensus on the state of the network.

REQ can be stored on wallets such as Metamask, MyEtherWallet, Ledger, imToken, Trezor, Atomic Wallet, Jaxx Liberty and Trust Wallet.

How Many Request (REQ) Coins Are There in Circulation?
REQ is an ERC-20 token that can be spent to use the Request Network.

A portion of the REQ fee is burned at a rate that is determined by the current supply and the exchange rate with other currencies.

Request’s (REQ) circulating supply is at 999,912,165 REQ as of February 2021 and the maximum supply is 999,983,984 tokens.

How Is the Request Network Secured?
REQ is an ERC-20 token based on the Ethereum platform. The requests made with REQ are stored on an immutable digital ledger. This ledger also serves as proof for all auditing purposes.

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