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Name

24h %

7d %

Market Cap

Volume(24h)

Circulating Supply

Last 7 Days

1

Buy 2.57% 0.58%

$817,162,363,625.43

$16,721,206,381.68

$387,464.44 BTC

18935318 BTC

Max supply 21000000 BTC

Circulating supply 18935318 BTC

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2

Buy 3.71% 1.23%

$386,421,818,221.31

$8,960,942,090.28

$2,765,111.89 ETH

119239646 ETH

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 119239646 ETH

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3

Buy 0.00% 0.02%

$78,346,617,964.39

$32,526,482,057.85

$32,517,326,994.49 USDT

78324566141 USDT

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 78324566141 USDT

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4

Buy 0.39% 0.71%

$77,254,693,442.77

$1,707,426,149.33

$3,649,288.64 BNB

165116761 BNB

Max supply 165116760 BNB

Circulating supply 165116761 BNB

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5

Buy 0.25% 11.26%

$46,652,960,357.68

$1,567,909,856.62

$1,127,211,001.45 ADA

33540021414 ADA

Max supply 45000000000 ADA

Circulating supply 33540021414 ADA

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6

Buy 0.04% 0.05%

$46,389,410,967.701490000

$2,628,179,957.670481000

$2,629,247,743.808272400 USDC

46408258220 USDC

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 46408258220 USDC

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7

Buy 3.59% 5.80%

$44,520,141,617.37

$791,215,057.35

$5,588,771.55 SOL

314469370 SOL

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 314469370 SOL

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8

Buy 2.48% 1.87%

$36,086,605,822.388560000

$1,030,481,920.550120500

$1,361,058,483.628542700 XRP

47663117635 XRP

Max supply 100000000000 XRP

Circulating supply 47663117635 XRP

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9

Buy 5.53% 4.28%

$30,041,178,248.50

$1,056,487,955.19

$12,556,200.97 LUNA

357034900 LUNA

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 357034900 LUNA

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10

Buy 4.23% 3.55%

$24,970,399,819.71

$688,418,574.60

$27,226,954.68 DOT

987579315 DOT

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 987579315 DOT

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11

Buy 1.16% 1.41%

$22,014,948,152.261560000

$346,704,386.522998870

$2,089,377,437.003271600 DOGE

132670764300 DOGE

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 132670764300 DOGE

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12

Buy 3.47% 5.54%

$21,242,795,789.54

$258,702,143.85

$2,975,757.82 AVAX

244348248 AVAX

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 244348248 AVAX

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13

Buy 3.43% 5.16%

$16,012,469,026.58

$698,618,081.38

$322,985,453.13 MATIC

7402892513 MATIC

Max supply 10000000000 MATIC

Circulating supply 7402892513 MATIC

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14

Buy 1.96% 5.01%

$15,602,225,977.762562000

$309,170,842.793137970

$10,880,137,034,221.680000000 SHIB

549063278876302 SHIB

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 549063278876302 SHIB

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15

Buy 0.29% 0.13%

$14,218,477,025.72

$1,151,003,054.82

$1,149,097,753.51 BUSD

14194940613 BUSD

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 14194940613 BUSD

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16

Buy 12.90% 6.38%

$11,942,260,380.00

$963,176,675.95

$23,096,564.80 ATOM

286370297 ATOM

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 286370297 ATOM

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17

Buy 7.90% 0.93%

$11,846,586,263.483760000

$156,588,221.456740230

$333,926,609.293455300 CRO

25263013692 CRO

Max supply 30263013692 CRO

Circulating supply 25263013692 CRO

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18

Buy 2.58% 0.44%

$11,386,114,529.92

$246,143,115.59

$5,702.42 WBTC

263783 WBTC

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 263783 WBTC

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19

Buy 0.09% 0.19%

$10,809,766,743.135544000

$179,976,229.463927200

$180,292,594.830004570 UST

10828768340 UST

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 10828768340 UST

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20

Buy 1.64% 10.41%

$10,666,121,645.38

$434,736,323.99

$25,182,945.26 NEAR

617855796 NEAR

Max supply 1000000000 NEAR

Circulating supply 617855796 NEAR

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Arguably the rarest passport stamp in the world: The Diego Garcia British Indian Ocean Territory stamp

Island of Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory, looking at the lagoon from behind the Seamen's Club.

Island of Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory.

The flag of the British Indian Ocean Territory, probably one of my favorite flags.

They're doing something weird in the British Indian Ocean Territory

In the "Community" episode "Geography of Global Conflict", the flyer for Greendale's Model UN club includes multiple flags that aren't actually flags of countries (including the flags of Hong Kong, the Isle of Man, and the British Indian Ocean Territory).

There are multiple flags on the MUN flyer in season 3 episode 2 that do not belong to countries

The US, British Indian Ocean Territory, UK Armed Forces Day, and Pride flags, as well as the US Navy Retention of Excellence pennant.

Look at these snobby turtles on the British Indian Ocean Territories' coat of arms

Is the British Indian Ocean Territory Balkan?

Flag of the British Indian Ocean Territory but the Indian Ocean dried out

[2] Explorer Mode 2.0 #63: BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY

Flag of the British Indian Ocean Territory but the ocean surface is still

Um... They're doing something weird in the British Indian Ocean Territory

TIL Top-level domain names are owned and sold by countries/territories: .ly belongs to Libya, .io to the British Indian Ocean Territory, .ai to Anguilla, .tv to Tuvalu

🇮🇴 - British Indian Ocean Territory flag

The Union Jack canton redesigned on flags of Australia, Canada(old), British Antarctic Territory, and British Indian Ocean Territory as examples

Flag of British Columbia if it were colonized by the British Indian Ocean Territory

They're doing something weird in the British Indian Ocean Territory (Crosspost from r/googlemapsshenaniagans. WARNING: Unmarked spoilers in original post.)

Feeling like a British Indian Ocean Territory kind of summer

Flag of the British Indian Ocean Territory made of paper

British Indian Ocean Territory Flag Redesign

The flag of British Indian Ocean Territory, a small group of islands that own the '.io' domain used by tech startups

WW2 topic, If Hawaii was a British colony like New Caledonia is to France, but America had control of military and naval bases like the current British Indian Ocean territory , would the American public had been so eager for revenge against Japan? Or was war inevitable?

Protecting the Environment in Diego Garcia - British Indian Ocean Territory Protected Area

Flag of the British Indian Ocean Territory adopted November 8th 1990.

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