Bitcoin-0.36%
3597.59 USD
CAP: 62,653,397,180 USD
XRP-0.48%
0.31 USD
CAP: 12,675,291,635 USD
CAP: 9,736,077,048 USD
CAP: 2,329,501,335 USD
CAP: 1,887,564,649 USD
CAP: 1,874,920,404 USD
EOS-0.97%
1.97 USD
CAP: 1,787,290,921 USD
CAP: 1,513,823,349 USD
TRON-0.33%
0.01 USD
CAP: 891,471,736 USD
CAP: 808,937,617 USD
Monero-0.13%
47.31 USD
CAP: 787,010,171 USD
IOTA-0.15%
0.24 USD
CAP: 672,954,450 USD
NEM-0.39%
0.07 USD
CAP: 661,702,329 USD
CAP: 626,249,836 USD
Dash0.64%
73.62 USD
CAP: 625,499,027 USD
CAP: 426,664,264 USD
NEO-0.41%
6.29 USD
CAP: 409,167,798 USD
Zcash-0.7%
59.87 USD
CAP: 324,306,102 USD
CAP: 248,151,744 USD
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