(VIANEWS) – Over the last 12 hours, IOTA (MIOTA-USD) is 24.67% down at 11:06 EST Tuesday, 7 September which is 1899.69% lower than the last 48 hours average change.
Today’s last reported volume for IOTA is 319044277, 138.65% above its average volume of 133682152.44.
IOTA’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was 9.58%, 2.53%, and 5.00%, respectively.
IOTA’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 12.31% (last week), 5.92% (last month), and 5.00% (last quarter), respectively.
Market Cap and Supply
IOTA’s current market cap is at 4256391930
Currently, IOTA (MIOTA-USD) has 204458 Twitter followers and 138386 Reddit subscribers.
All TIme High and Low
IOTA’s current value is at $1.5 which is 70.82% below its all time high of $5.25 at Tuesday, 19 December.
IOTA’s current value is at $1.5 which is 1775.78% above its all time low of $5.25 at Friday, 13 March.
Crypto Price Classification
According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, IOTA’s crypto is considered to be oversold (<=20).
News about Bitcoin
- Btc/usd forecast: Bitcoin markets finally break higher – 07 September 2021. According to DailyForex on Tuesday, 7 September, "This is quite remarkable considering that Bitcoin still is not being used to any great amount. ", "If the US dollar continues to break down, that will obviously help the Bitcoin market as well, as it is a way to escape fiat currency."
- Btc/usd forex signal: Bitcoin price path to $55,000 intact – 07 September 2021. According to DailyForex on Tuesday, 7 September, "There are more than 898k active Bitcoin addresses, which is substantially higher than July’s low of less than 800k. ", "Other large investors are also seeking to either buy or add to their Bitcoin holdings."
- Mobius says El Salvador unlikely to spur more Bitcoin adoption. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 7 September, "Veteran investor Mark Mobius says El Salvador’s move to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is unlikely to set off a rush among other countries to follow suit.", "The co-founder at Mobius Capital Partners, who spent more than three decades at Franklin Templeton Investments, told Bloomberg TV that few if any other nations are likely to embrace Bitcoin as legal tender, calling the largest digital coin inconvenient and risky."
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