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Name

24h %

7d %

Market Cap

Volume(24h)

Circulating Supply

Last 7 Days

21

Buy 0.38% 24.49%

$7,670,847,212.29

$1,120,152,129.23

$10,146,012.78 LTC

69480307 LTC

Max supply 84000000 LTC

Circulating supply 69480307 LTC

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Buy

22

Buy 0.92% 35.94%

$7,615,850,294.35

$1,274,459,700.08

$78,150,807.51 LINK

467009550 LINK

Max supply 1000000000 LINK

Circulating supply 467009550 LINK

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Buy

23

Buy 1.19% 36.80%

$7,050,773,351.58

$294,330,640.18

$26,187,148.62 UNI

627320518 UNI

Max supply 1000000000 UNI

Circulating supply 627320518 UNI

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Buy

24

Buy 6.66% 43.50%

$6,990,814,178.11

$852,177,761.76

$75,528,655.38 NEAR

619597012 NEAR

Max supply 1000000000 NEAR

Circulating supply 619597012 NEAR

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Buy

25

Buy 0.11% 31.95%

$6,327,290,857.635813000

$381,920,987.758838600

$394,180,381.148809730 ALGO

6530392416 ALGO

Max supply 10000000000 ALGO

Circulating supply 6530392416 ALGO

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Buy

26

Buy 0.63% 18.54%

$5,805,097,701.134609000

$1,118,554,486.753669700

$19,617,577,846.161865000 TRX

101811719863 TRX

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 101811719863 TRX

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Buy

27

Buy 1.08% 22.84%

$5,671,762,310.45

$5,041,810,391.02

$16,857,404.35 BCH

18963662 BCH

Max supply 21000000 BCH

Circulating supply 18963662 BCH

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Buy

28

Buy 6.25% 34.49%

$5,570,921,728.76

$1,582,959,510.07

$723,155,355.46 FTM

2545006273 FTM

Max supply 3175000000 FTM

Circulating supply 2545006273 FTM

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Buy

29

Buy 2.20% 22.81%

$4,944,733,578.095029000

$423,433,752.638537000

$2,123,897,759.313242700 XLM

24802247108 XLM

Max supply 50001806812 XLM

Circulating supply 24802247108 XLM

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Buy

30

Buy 4.18% 23.17%

$4,911,759,557.46

$205,209,522.28

$5,785,287.37 FTT

138472817 FTT

Max supply 352170015 FTT

Circulating supply 138472817 FTT

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Buy

31

Buy 0.86% 32.76%

$4,157,022,001.59

$258,591,044.74

$12,374,998.41 ICP

198936281 ICP

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 198936281 ICP

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Buy

32

Buy 3.10% 20.90%

$3,981,023,777.775857400

$98,946,928.760654090

$449,689,914.631904500 HBAR

18092792421 HBAR

Max supply 50000000000 HBAR

Circulating supply 18092792421 HBAR

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Buy

33

Buy 1.50% 16.50%

$3,771,462,562.26

$31,401,411.20

$875.03 BTCB

105096 BTCB

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 105096 BTCB

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Buy

34

Buy 1.03% 33.35%

$3,768,035,521.06

$498,089,365.27

$241,178,365.13 MANA

1824509235 MANA

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 1824509235 MANA

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Buy

35

Buy 0.93% 6.60%

$3,393,667,079.91

$4,349,182.52

$1,222,547.92 LEO

953954130 LEO

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 953954130 LEO

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Buy

36

Buy 1.66% 33.90%

$3,320,759,137.029048400

$287,409,336.440436840

$5,566,467,347.502362000 VET

64315576989 VET

Max supply 86712634466 VET

Circulating supply 64315576989 VET

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Buy

37

Buy 0.66% 23.34%

$3,271,402,326.77

$459,745,277.47

$18,618,593.00 ETC

132484033 ETC

Max supply 210700000 ETC

Circulating supply 132484033 ETC

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Buy

38

Buy 5.12% 32.68%

$3,266,744,626.81

$256,359,551.14

$4,779,749.00 AXS

60907500 AXS

Max supply 270000000 AXS

Circulating supply 60907500 AXS

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Buy

39

Buy 2.76% 13.64%

$3,180,466,374.51

$54,305,626.22

$44,463,598.56 KLAY

2604057626 KLAY

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 2604057626 KLAY

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Buy

40

Buy 0.35% 36.48%

$2,933,584,045.13

$373,833,822.32

$19,467,618.65 FIL

152768134 FIL

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 152768134 FIL

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