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Name

24h %

7d %

Market Cap

Volume(24h)

Circulating Supply

Last 7 Days

1

Buy 2.98% 0.00%

$819,599,429,650.11

$16,882,365,687.53

$390,035.61 BTC

18935318 BTC

Max supply 21000000 BTC

Circulating supply 18935318 BTC

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2

Buy 4.33% 1.73%

$387,142,284,162.78

$9,121,615,268.29

$2,809,453.32 ETH

119239646 ETH

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 119239646 ETH

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3

Buy 0.00% 0.00%

$78,365,655,658.68

$32,768,262,155.90

$32,751,080,750.48 USDT

78324566141 USDT

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 78324566141 USDT

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4

Buy 0.19% 0.90%

$77,743,538,241.31

$1,715,025,309.63

$3,642,481.81 BNB

165116761 BNB

Max supply 165116760 BNB

Circulating supply 165116761 BNB

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5

Buy 0.59% 11.05%

$47,167,124,080.13

$1,583,372,136.67

$1,125,918,452.85 ADA

33540021414 ADA

Max supply 45000000000 ADA

Circulating supply 33540021414 ADA

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6

Buy 0.01% 0.06%

$46,404,539,189.678990000

$2,669,137,844.108015500

$2,669,351,758.607716000 USDC

46408258220 USDC

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 46408258220 USDC

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7

Buy 4.44% 6.76%

$44,855,858,399.52

$796,937,028.85

$5,587,058.07 SOL

314469370 SOL

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 314469370 SOL

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8

Buy 2.53% 2.34%

$36,174,961,369.047180000

$1,037,524,363.664198000

$1,367,013,092.011705900 XRP

47663117635 XRP

Max supply 100000000000 XRP

Circulating supply 47663117635 XRP

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Buy

9

Buy 5.14% 3.72%

$30,017,795,370.26

$1,059,738,427.33

$12,604,643.30 LUNA

357034900 LUNA

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 357034900 LUNA

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10

Buy 4.97% 4.28%

$25,071,073,349.65

$696,036,797.32

$27,417,714.99 DOT

987579315 DOT

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 987579315 DOT

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11

Buy 1.50% 0.28%

$22,088,512,822.804640000

$348,493,317.020820500

$2,093,163,767.676731000 DOGE

132670764300 DOGE

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 132670764300 DOGE

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Buy

12

Buy 4.18% 6.59%

$21,358,486,366.44

$261,106,009.07

$2,987,140.33 AVAX

244348248 AVAX

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 244348248 AVAX

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13

Buy 4.30% 6.50%

$16,065,885,734.90

$704,807,861.09

$324,763,721.36 MATIC

7402892513 MATIC

Max supply 10000000000 MATIC

Circulating supply 7402892513 MATIC

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14

Buy 2.23% 6.13%

$15,675,949,036.862850000

$311,502,596.343184770

$10,910,640,020,867.182000000 SHIB

549063278876302 SHIB

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 549063278876302 SHIB

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15

Buy 0.02% 0.11%

$14,178,918,558.525373000

$1,143,834,582.648642300

$1,145,127,105.765133600 BUSD

14194940613 BUSD

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 14194940613 BUSD

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16

Buy 13.19% 5.82%

$11,973,105,833.50

$956,053,995.20

$22,866,703.96 ATOM

286370297 ATOM

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 286370297 ATOM

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17

Buy 8.97% 0.36%

$11,959,208,700.710222000

$155,464,388.988660600

$328,407,931.153982100 CRO

25263013692 CRO

Max supply 30263013692 CRO

Circulating supply 25263013692 CRO

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18

Buy 3.18% 0.09%

$11,410,361,509.59

$247,476,558.67

$5,721.13 WBTC

263783 WBTC

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 263783 WBTC

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19

Buy 0.02% 0.13%

$10,834,067,940.07

$180,230,069.11

$180,141,907.65 UST

10828768340 UST

Max supply unlimited

Circulating supply 10828768340 UST

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20

Buy 1.14% 10.57%

$10,628,341,342.62

$428,994,240.59

$24,938,658.77 NEAR

617855796 NEAR

Max supply 1000000000 NEAR

Circulating supply 617855796 NEAR

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25 December 1991: Mikhail Gorbachev resigns as President of the Soviet Union and turns over his presidential powers — including control of the nuclear launch codes — to Boris Yeltsin, the president of the Russian Federation. The USSR itself is officially dissolved the next day.

30 years ago today, the last Soviet Union flag was lowered and the flag of the Russian Federation was raised, signaling the end of the Soviet Union and communism in europe

On this day, exactly 30 years ago - Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as the leader of the USSR and the Soviet flag was formally taken down from the Kremlin (being replaced by the flag of the Russian Federation), signalling the end of the Soviet Union - a great blow to international socialism.

Statement by the Communist Party of the Russian Federation on the unrest in Kazakhstan

Jaw fragments of Adolf Hitler, recovered by SMERSH from the garden of the New Reich Chancellery in Berlin on the 4th of May, 1945. Kept in the Central Archive of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Moscow [1024x640]

Jaw fragments of Adolf Hitler, recovered by SMERSH from the garden of the New Reich Chancellery in Berlin on the 4th of May, 1945. Kept in the Central Archive of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Moscow [1024x640]

Gennady Zyuganov - Communist Party of the Russian Federation

Gennady Zyuganov - Communist Party of the Russian Federation

I want Europeans (especially those adoring Russians) to read it and comment below down. Most of the so-called "Russian people" look, say, write, and behave like this. I believe I should not explain that it's a mental disorder. Such "patients" even don't mind the Russian Federation killing people.

New Law on Russian Federation's Citizenship

Sultan Hamzaev (Deputy of the State Duma): "Central Asia is the Russian land! The network is discussing the possible reunification of Kazakhstan with Russia. Personally, my position as a citizen of the Russian Federation, regardless of politics and positions. I support the h" --- look below!

Gennady Zyuganov - Communist Party of the Russian Federation

Today, in the Kazan court, Ilnaz Galyaviev was charged under 4 articles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The period of detention was also extended until April 11, 2022.

The State Duma of the Russian Federation stated that the Russian military in Kazakhstan will not engage in "shooting rebels."

Russian Federation Designer Listings

Oblasts of the Russian Federation

Soviet-era photos from Taymyr, Russian Federation, circa 1960

On this day, exactly 30 years ago - Mikhail Gorbachev resigned as the leader of the USSR and the Soviet flag was formally taken down from the Kremlin (being replaced by the flag of the Russian Federation), signalling the end of the Soviet Union - a great blow to international socialism.

Registering on avitu.ru from outside Russian Federation

Painting of Stalin on a rock, North Ossetia (Russian Federation - North Ossetia is one of the Russian regions with more monuments to Stalin)

Why don't you invite neighboring countries to join the Russian federation?

Russian Federation, Sakha Yakytia [OC] [1280×992]

Russian Federation OMON, 1994

Jaw fragments of Adolf Hitler, recovered by SMERSH from the garden of the New Reich Chancellery in Berlin on the 4th of May, 1945. Kept in the Central Archive of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Moscow [1024x640]

2WRW | The Russian Federation in 1980

Boomsticks and Sharpsticks Gun Reviews Part 4: "Warsaw Pact" guns: Red Army Veterans and New Innovations from the Russian Federation

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