nework  (NKC)

Nework (NKC)

$0.006620863506 -6.3%
0.00000019 BTC 1.2%
24 小时最低 / 24 小时最高
$0.006420584765 / $0.007106568285
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Nework Price and Market Stats

Nework 价格
NKC 价格 $0.006620863506
总市值 ?
市值优势 0.00%
成交量 $3,666.10
流通量/总市值 1.281
24 小时最低 / 24 小时最高 $0.006420584765 / $0.007106568285
7天最低 / 7天最高 $0.006671266251 / $0.007648096686
总市值排名 N/A
历史最高 $0.134519 -95.1%
May 22, 2018 (about 3 years)
历史最低 $0.002615467180 153.4%
Mar 13, 2020 (over 1 year)
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# 交易 价格 价差 深度 +2% 深度 -2% 24小时交易量 成交量 % 最新一次交易 信用评分
0.00000301 ETH
1.98% $85 $130
553719.850 NKC
100.00% 最近
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* Anomaly - Trading price is an outlier against the average
** Inactive - No trades in the last 3 hours


Nework(NKC)今天的价格是$0.006620863506,24 小时的交易量是$3,666.10。价格在过去 24 小时内降低-6.3%。它有流通的0货币供应和最大的?货币供应。BitZ 是当前交易最活跃的市场。

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