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|The price of #CMD today is $0.0000000351 USD.|
The lowest CMD price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000000351, and the exact current price of one CMD crypto coin is $0.00000003512.
The all-time high CMD coin price was $0.000000188.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of CMD with market cap of ETH and how the supply affects the price of CMD at different market capitalizations.
|The code for Comodo Coin crypto currency is #CMD. |
Comodo Coin is 1.1 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Comodo Coin is $7,436,913.|
Comodo Coin is ranking downwards to #1161 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown today for #CMD.|
|The circulating supply of CMD is 211,728,874,014,459 coins, which is 75% of the total coin supply.|
Comodo Coin has a relatively large supply of coins, 1,741,767 times larger than Ethereum's supply, as an example.
|CMD has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #CMD trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #CMD purchase.
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|How A Game-Changing Decentralized Synthetic Exchange Aims to Unlock the ...
The barter system, where you trade your cow for someone else’s grains, for instance, is probably older than you think. It has its roots dating back to 6000 BC when Mesopotamian tribes first made exchanges with other groups.
Those methods of exchange worked well before things like the Internet or decentralized technology existed. Trading was necessary not because commodities have financial value or even industrial utility, but because they were necessary for survival. Back then, societies weren’t as worried about gold or silver as they were about grains, milk, and beans.
Today, even though society is living in a time where artificial intelligence, automation, blockchain technology and decentralization are going to make means of exchange far more democratic, and private than ever before, commodities still derive their value from the same things.
Agricultural goods provide us with a means to nourish ourselves and survive. Energy in the form of oil, natural gas etc. allows us to keep the lights on and keep the economy moving, and precious metals provide us with industrial utility and the ability to hedge against inflation.
Here’s the thing. The above commodities are non-fungible. They are not so easy to trade. That means no matter how valuable they are, some of that value is sucked away by old-world value chains. Thus, it remains out of the hands of the everyday individual.
That’s why Comdex is launching a decentralized exchange (DEX) for synthetic assets....