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|The price of #CDT today is $0.21 USD.|
The lowest CDT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.206, and the exact current price of one CDT crypto coin is $0.20634.
The all-time high CDT coin price was $0.28.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of CDT with market cap of ETH or other crypto coins.
|The code for Blox crypto currency is #CDT. |
Blox is 5.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Blox is $139,194,569.|
Blox is ranking downwards to #1032 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is medium during the past 24 hours for #CDT.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Blox is $105,601.
|The circulating supply of CDT is 674,579,184 coins, which is 67% of the maximum coin supply.|
|CDT has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #CDT trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #CDT purchase.
|Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #CDT, and you can view them on our CDT disambiguation page.|
More Blox (#CDT) News
|CALDANCE to Revolutionize the Fitness2Earn Landscape
[PRESS RELEASE - Singapore, Singapore, 11th August 2022]
CALDANCE, a blockchain-based fitness project, just completed the first pre-sale of its hardware and sold 500 units for $400,000. Their fitness-to-earn model aims to reward fitness freaks for burning calories. The GameFi and Social Fi platforms will allow players to earn NFTs for fitness equipment, virtual athlete characters, and sports equipment.
CALDANCE is backed by the founder of Bobcat Miner, Yiming Wang. Founded in 2021, Bobcat Miner produces high-efficiency Helium LongFi compatible miner hotspots. It is the largest manufacturer of miner hotspots in the Helium blockchain project and has already sold more than 270,000 units worth over $100 million. Wang’s involvement in the CALDANCE project has increased their awareness in the Web 3.0 domain.
The idea behind the project is relatively simple: interested users need to participate in the pre-sales of fitness and sports equipment, and NFT vouchers in order to obtain the CALDANCE Crypto Exercise bike which they have to link with the CALDANCE app slated to launch in less than a couple of months. Once linked, players can simply work out on the CALDANCE bike and start earning tokens.
Players can even level up on the platform, and trade NFT characters and accessories. The first hardware pre-sale round was well received by private equity investors, hardware agents, and community users. The second round is due later in the month when more investors can get their hands on...
|Bank of Spain Has Registered 17 Crypto Companies, Big Names Still Missin...
The Bank of Spain has already included 17 virtual asset service providers in its own registry, in which cryptocurrency exchanges and custody providers must be listed to operate, according to Spanish law. Three new companies were included last week, but big names in the crypto ecosystem are still not registered.
Bank of Spain Crypto Registry Reaches 17 Companies
The registry of virtual asset service providers (VASPs) of the Bank of Spain reached a number of 17 companies last week, with the inclusion of three more crypto businesses. The registry added several exchanges and custody companies June, including Jobchain España, Jobchain Austria, Criptan Trade, Eurocoin Broker, Lemacoin Crypto Solutions, Bitpanda, and Vottun.
The registry of these companies has accelerated in June, with most of the cryptocurrency exchanges registering being local companies that want to be sure they are compliant with Spanish laws. Since the bank opened its registry last year, it has added several crypto companies, starting with Bit2me, which was approved in February. The registry now includes C.R. Tecnología y Finanzas, Bitcoininforme, Bit Base, Blox, Trade Republic Bank, Globalstar Technologies, Onyze Digital Assets, Bitgo Deutschland, and BTC Direct Europe, apart from the companies mentioned above.
The crypto registry is mandatory for crypto companies to operate in the country, and was created in a change to a Spanish law that now requires crypto companies to follow ce...