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Previous close0.727316
Open0.727316
Day's range0.727190 - 0.727382
52-week range0.704500 - 0.774165
Start date2015-02-25
AlgorithmN/A
Market cap50.594B
Circulating supply69.57B
Max supplyN/A
Volume39,911,550,976
Volume (24 hrs)39.91B
Volume (24 hrs) all currencies39.91B
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