nework  (NKC)

Nework (NKC)

$0,006670149158 -3.8%
0,00000019 BTC 1.7%
75 pessoas gostam disto
Capitalização de mercado
?
Volume de Negociação de 24h
$3.707,28
Baixa de 24h / Alta de 24h
$0,006420584765 / $0,007106568285
Fornecimento circulante
? / ?

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Nework Price and Market Stats

Preço de Nework
Preço de NKC $0,006670149158
Capitalização de mercado ?
Domínio da capitalização de mercado 0,00%
Volume de Negócios $3.707,28
Volume/Capitalização de Mercado 1.281
Baixa de 24h / Alta de 24h $0,006420584765 / $0,007106568285
Baixa de 7 dias / Alta de 7 dias $0,006671266251 / $0,007648096686
Posição da capitalização no mercado N/A
Valor máximo $0,134519 -95.0%
May 22, 2018 (aproximadamente 3 anos)
Valor mínimo $0,002615467180 155.2%
Mar 13, 2020 (mais de 1 ano)
Divulgações de afiliados
# Troca Par Preço Spread +2% profundidade -2% profundidade Volume 24h Volume % Última negociação Pontuação de Liquidez
1 NKC/ETH
$ 0,01
0,00000299 ETH
1.98% $ 86 $ 132
$3.707
555801,470 NKC
100,00% Recentemente
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* Anomaly - Trading price is an outlier against the average
** Inactive - No trades in the last 3 hours

Sobre Nework

Nework (NKC) preço hoje é de $0,006670149158 com um volume de negociação de 24 horas $3.707,28. O preço diminuiu -3.8% nas últimas 24 horas.Tem um fornecimento a circular de 0 moedas e uma fornecimento máximo de ? moedas.BitZ é o câmbio mais ativo.

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