(VIANEWS) – Over the last 2 hours, Gala (GALA) (GALA-USD) is 8.25% down at 19:50 EST Thursday, 22 July which is 693.54% lower than the last 48 hours average change.
Today’s last reported volume for Gala (GALA) is 631956, 20.55% above its average volume of 524235.64.
Gala (GALA)’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was a negative 4.76%, a positive 2.18%, and a positive 6.61%, respectively.
Gala (GALA)’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 6.09% (last week), 6.91% (last month), and 6.61% (last quarter), respectively.
Market Cap and Supply
Gala (GALA)’s current market cap is at 74449919. Total supply is at 34,848,166,925.00, maximum supply is at 50,000,000,000.00, and circulating supply is at 7,542,496,572.32.
Currently, Gala (GALA) (GALA-USD) has 32185 Twitter followers.
All TIme High and Low
Gala (GALA)’s current value is at $0.01 which is 71.34% below its all time high of $0.03 at Saturday, 6 March.
Gala (GALA)’s current value is at $0.01 which is 7225.25% above its all time low of $0.03 at Monday, 28 December.
News about Bitcoin
Btc/usd forecast: Bitcoin threatening major support again – 20 July 2021. According to DailyForex on Tuesday, 20 July, "The Bitcoin market initially tried to rally during the trading session on Monday but fell yet again. ", "The question at this point in time is: what will you do if Bitcoin does fall apart? "
Tesla May accept Bitcoin once crypto mining makes green shift. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 21 July, "I do believe that Bitcoin will be much more environmentally friendly" than gold mining or the existing financial sector, said Wood, adding, "In many ways it already is.", "Tesla suspended purchases using Bitcoin in May on concerns about fossil fuel use in mining, triggering a slide in the digital currency."
Bitcoin loses ground as risk aversion takes over the markets – 20 July 2021. According to DailyForex on Tuesday, 20 July, "China is currently the main Bitcoin mining hub in the world, though China’s recent moves have made the country less attractive to miners, who are now moving to the United States, the world’s second-biggest mining destination.", "Another important factor is the regulatory scrutiny that Bitcoin miners and distributors have been facing from different governments, particularly the Chinese government, which recently has taken legal actions against Bitcoin miners to force them to shut down."
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