Internet Computer Hits 1-Day Volume of $12.14 Million (ICP)

against the U.S. dollar. Internet Computer has traded higher against the U.S. dollar for the past week, and was up 0.2% in the last 24 hours.

() gained 0.2% in the 24 hours ending at 21:00 Eastern time on the 17th of June. In the past seven days, Internet Computer's value against the U.S. Dollar has increased 7.7%. On major cryptocurrency exchanges, one Internet Computer token costs about $3.96 (or 0.00014970 BTC). Internet Computer's market cap is $1.73 billion. In the last 24 hours, $12.14million worth of Internet Computer were traded.

The performance of related cryptocurrencies over the past day is shown below:

Avalanche (AVAX), which trades for $11.47, or 0.00043383 BTC, is now trading 0.3% lower than the dollar.

Cosmos (ATOM), which is a cryptocurrency, has traded up 0.7% in relation to the dollar. It now trades for $8.78 or about 0.00033202 BTC.

Hedera (HBAR), which trades for $0.0452 or 0.00000171 Bitcoin, has gained 1.9% in value against the dollar.

Cronos (CRO), which is currently trading at $0.0534, or 0.00000202 BTC, has traded 1.2% higher than the dollar.

NEAR Protocol (NEAR), which trades for $1.25, or 0.00004733 BTC, is up by 3.5% in relation to the dollar.

Algorand (ALGO), which trades for $0.12 or 0.00000445 BTC, has gained 1.8% in value against the dollar.

Kava (KAVA), which is currently trading at $0.78, or 0.00002960 BTC, has traded 2.5% higher than the dollar.

Theta Fuel (TFUEL), which is currently trading at $0.0327, or 0.00000124 BTC, has gained 0.9% in value against the dollar., or FET, is now trading at $0.20 (0.00000740 BTC) after gaining 3.1% against the dollar.

Moonbeam (GLMR), which trades for $0.23 or 0.00000876 BTC, is up 7% against the dollar.

Hashing is used. Its launch date is May 10, 2021. Internet Computer has a total supply of 499,834,930 tokens, and a circulating supply of 437,361,911 tokens. Internet Computer's official Message Board is

CryptoCompare states that 'The Internet Computer is an native token which powers the Internet Computer protocol. It can be used to pay transaction fees, gain access to services and reward developers. The total supply is fixed, and it is intended to be deflationary. The DFINITY Foundation is a nonprofit organization based in Zurich. Dominic Williams is the Chief Scientist and Founder. The team includes experts in the fields of cryptography, computer science, and distributed systems. The Foundation is in charge of funding research and development as well as managing and administering protocol and providing support to community.

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