(VIANEWS) – Over the last 6 hours, DerivaDAO (DDX-USD) is 21.89% down at 01:45 EST Monday, 29 November which is 1683.37% lower than the last 48 hours average change.

Volume

Today’s last reported volume for DerivaDAO is 52703208, 2302.94% above its average volume of 2193275.02.

Volatility

DerivaDAO’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current intraday variation average was 18.61%, 4.81%, and 7.48%, respectively.

DerivaDAO’s highest amplitude of average volatility was 22.11% (last week), 7.99% (last month), and 7.48% (last quarter), respectively.

Market Cap and Supply

DerivaDAO’s current market cap is at 202242489. Total supply is at 52,620,666.96, maximum supply is at 100,000,000.00, and circulating supply is at 26,094,663.78.

Social Status

Currently, DerivaDAO (DDX-USD) has 8912 Twitter followers and 131 Reddit subscribers.

All TIme High and Low

DerivaDAO’s current value is at $7.72 which is 49.49% below its all time high of $15.28 at Tuesday, 31 August.

DerivaDAO’s current value is at $7.72 which is 422.03% above its all time low of $15.28 at Monday, 19 July.

News about Bitcoin

  • El Salvador buys 100 more Bitcoin as apex cryptocurrency corrects. According to Benzinga on Saturday, 27 November, "The government of El Salvador recently purchased 100 additional Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), President Nayib Bukele announced the news in a tweet on Friday.", "Bitcoin has been legal tender in El Salvador since September, after the country’s legislature passed the Bitcoin Law. "
  • Bitcoin, ethereum rebound from weekend plunge, moving past omicron Covid-19 variant concerns, dogecoin, shiba inu follow course. According to Benzinga on Monday, 29 November, "Major coins, including Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), showed strength Sunday evening as the global cryptocurrency market cap rose 3.65% to $2.56 trillion.", "Read Next: Popular Crypto Trader Michaël Van De Poppe Say Bitcoin Bull Run Is Not Over"
  • Want Bitcoin miners to run faster? try dunking them in coolant. According to Bloomberg Quint on Friday, 26 November, "The endless competition among Bitcoin miners to assemble the fastest computers has led to a surprising new tactic: installing computers inside tanks of liquid coolant.", "Their fortunes rise and fall on being the first to solve complex calculations that underpin the Bitcoin system, spurring a virtual arms race for the fastest machines."

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