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Zenon ETH (ZNN-ETH)

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0.000402-0.000007 (-1.61%)
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Previous close0.000402
Open0.000402
Day's range0.000402 - 0.000402
52-week range0.000306 - 0.002770
Start date2019-06-12
AlgorithmN/A
Market cap2,542
Circulating supply6.33M
Max supplyN/A
Volume2
Volume (24 hrs)2.00
Volume (24 hrs) all currencies2.00
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