The US dollar rose 0.3% in the 24 hours ending at 23.00 PM ET, May 11th. Magic Internet Money has a capitalization of $103,38 million. In the last 24 hour, $737.532.03 of Magic Internet Money were traded. Magic Internet Money's value against the US Dollar has fallen by 0.4% over the past seven days.
The performance of similar cryptocurrencies over the past 24 hours is shown below:
KILT Protocol's (KILT) price is now $0.37, or 0.00001405 BTC. This is a 5.7% drop against the dollar.
Aidi Finance BSC (AIDI) has traded down 2.2% in relation to the dollar, and is now trading at $0.0000 or 0.00000000 BTC.
Zoo Token (ZOOT), which trades for $0.0652, or 0.00000239 BTC, is down 2.2% against the dollar.
CareCoin (CARES), which is a cryptocurrency, has traded at $0.0809 per dollar or 0.00000297 BTC.
OmniaVerse, or OMNIA, has traded at $0.0025 (or 0.00000009 BTC) after a 0.5% decline against the dollar.
Kitty Inu, or KITTY, is now trading at $95.84 (0.00338062 BTC) after a 1.9% increase against the dollar.
Hokkaidu Inu, or HOKK, is now trading at $0.0004 (or 0.00000002 Bitcoin) after trading 1.8% higher.
Lego Coin (LEGO), which trades for $0.0160, or 0.00000060 Bitcoin, has fallen 2.5% in value against the dollar.
Jeff in Space (JEFF), which trades for $2.75, or 0.00010076 BTC, has fallen 2.2% in value against the dollar.
Lumi Credits (LUMI), which trades for $0.0075, or 0.00000028 BTC, has fallen 2.9% in value against the dollar.
The genesis date of Magic Internet Money was 2nd June 2021. The total supply of Magic Internet Money is 698.964,077 and the circulating supply is 103.827,108. Here is a link to the article
CryptoCompare reports that users are able to provide collateral for Magic Internet Money in the form yvYFI (a stable coin), yvUSDT (a stable coin), yvUSDC (a stable currency), xSUSHI, and others. They can then borrow magic internet currency (MIM), which is a stable cryptocurrency that can be exchanged for any other stable coin.
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