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#DMT

DMT Price:
$0.0000376
Volume:
All Time High:
$2.14
Market Cap:
$2.1 K


Circulating Supply:
56,921,773
Exchanges:
1+
Total Supply:
56,921,773
Markets:
1+
Max Supply:
Pairs:
3



  DMT PRICE


The last known price of #DMT is $0.0000376 USD.

Please note that the price of #DMT was last updated over 230 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #DMT statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest DMT price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000376, and the exact last price of DMT was $0.00003762.

The all-time high DMT coin price was $2.14.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of DMT with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.


  DMT OVERVIEW


The code for DMarket crypto currency is #DMT.

DMarket is 5.8 years old.


  DMT MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for DMarket is $2,142.

DMarket is ranking upwards to #1806 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  DMT VOLUME


There is an unknown daily trading volume on #DMT.


  DMT SUPPLY


The circulating supply of DMT is 56,921,773 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


  DMT BLOCKCHAIN


DMT is a token on the Ethereum blockchain.


  DMT EXCHANGES


DMT has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.

View #DMT trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #DMT purchase.


  DMT RELATED


Note that there are multiple coins that share the code #DMT, and you can view them on our DMT disambiguation page.


  DMT RESOURCES


Websitedmarket.com
Whitepaperwww.dmarket.io/assets/documents/DMarket_white_pape...
Twitterdmarket_com
Redditr/D_Market
Telegramdmarket_en
Instagraminstagram.com/dmarket


  DMT DEVELOPER NEWS



What Are NFTs and Why Do People Pay Millions for Them?

In late 2017, a collectible game, CryptoKitties, clogged the network of Ethereum, a cryptocurrency second only to Bitcoin by market capitalization. Trades of digital cats from this game accounted for 95% of all Ethereum network transactions at the peak. That was the time NFTs first hit the headlines of mainstream media. Over three years later, the NFT hype is back and now stronger than ever. It is no longer limited to die-hard crypto believers and a couple of primitive collectible games. Celebrities and big brands have jumped on the bandwagon and have already made millions of dollars on unique digital collectibles. If you are wondering what is even going on, let’s figure it out together. — What Is an NFT? - NFT stands for a non-fungible token. It’s a digital item that is stored on a blockchain and has a unique ID. Everyone can check an NFT’s origin, history, and ownership but no one can change it, delete, duplicate, or replace it with another item. This makes each NFT unique. Nothing will change if you swap a one-dollar bill for a bill of the same value. You can also trade one bitcoin for another without any consequences. But a non-fungible token is one of a kind, and you can’t confuse such an item with something else. Since an NFT is essentially a file stored on a blockchain, anything digital can be a non-fungible token: a song, video clip, picture, virtual in-game item, or a badge issued by a sports or eSports...




The CS:GO Best Selling Skins in 2020

Last year included crucial changes thanks to a global pandemic and lockdown situation. Everything became online, from study to parties, but one thing was unchanged. With the need to stay at home all day our opportunities to spend time playing video games even more were increased. The skins market is not an exception. It also was affected and had new changes compared to the year 2019. You can understand the true picture by checking out our new CS:GO 2020 Market Stats, and see the most popular skins from previous years! Don’t forget that you can buy and sell all of these and other CS:GO skins for the best prices on DMarket! — CS:GO Items by Purchases - Graffitis — 34.3%, Weapon Skins — 31.1%, Cases / Keys — 27.1%, Stickers / Capsules — 4.9%, Agents / Music / Others — 2.6%, The list with the most purchased items changed a lot compared to 2019. In 2020 Graffiti became the most tradable CS:GO purchase taking up 34.3% of all years deals. Weapons were also popular — 33.1%. Cases and keys get third place in our list with 27.1% of all sales. Last but not least are Stickers and Capsules — 4.9%, and Agents / Music / Others — 2.6%. Continue reading the article: dmarket.co




Rust Skins on DMarket: Buy, Sell, Exchange, Cash Out

Steam’s sensational top-seller, the multiplayer-only survival game Rust, has now launched on DMarket. This means you can safely trade all Rust skins with other players and cash out your profits using a variety of payment methods — dmarket.com. — Rust Trading on DMarket - Rust items on DMarket are available for buying, selling, and exchange., You can buy items listed on the Rust market by other DMarket users. You can also offer a price for items from other users’ inventories through the Target | Bid feature. Watch this short video tutorial if you haven’t used this feature before., You can list Rust skins for sale or sell them instantly for a price suggested by other users., Rust items with an instant sale price can be easily exchanged for items from any game on DMarket. See how to exchange skins on DMarket., DMarket’s trading fee is set at 5% of a sale amount, the lowest among major skins marketplaces., You can withdraw funds earned from trading on DMarket using your bank card or payment account such as PayPal, Skrill, Payoneer, and others., Continue reading the story: dmarket.co




Trading Tips: How to Double Your Gaming Budget With DMarket

Want to get a new game or buy a digital gift for your friend? Double the funds in your Steam Wallet by following this proven trading strategy with step-by-step instructions and examples. — Pay Less, Play More - Due to the huge discounts on many skins on DMarket, you can use a simple and efficient trading strategy to cut your gaming expenses by half or get twice as more games without spending more. In short, it’s “Buy on DMarket — sell on Steam”. For more details, check out this step-by-step guide: — Set Your Goal. — Let’s assume you want to buy a $40 game on Steam. — Add Half the Amount You Need to Your DMarket Balance. — If your goal is a $40 game, add $20 or a bit more (to reach the goal faster). — Use Filters and Sorting on DMarket. — Set the item price range to under $20 (you can also indicate a minimum price, to filter out those few-cent items)., Sort items by the best discount., — Monitor the Market. — Look for in-demand items with 40%-50% discounts compared to Steam (aside from DMarket filters and sorting, you can also use online aggregators for skin prices)., To check the demand for items, use the recent sales stats on DMarket., — Buy Skins on DMarket. — As soon as you spot a suitable item at 40%-50% off, check its actual price on Steam to be sure of the discount, then buy the item on DMarket. — Sell Skins on Steam. &...




The Best M4A4 Skins You Need Right Now

This is one of the most popular assault rifles in CS:GO. Its origin is from the United States of America. The magazine capacity — 30 / 90. The main counterpart to the AK-47. All of these are about the most purchased counter-terrorist weapon — M4A4. More accurate but less damaging than its AK-47 counterpart, the M4A4 is the full-auto assault rifle of choice for CTs. — official CS:GO description. Today we’ll talk about the best M4A4 skins. Check out our top list. Like and comment if you have some of these beautiful skins. Here we go! You can buy CS:GO skins in 2 different ways: Steam (has its own trading platform), 3rd party services such as DMarket. Because gamers want to trade without fees and withdraw money from their accounts (Steam does not provide such an opportunity)., — 1. M4A4 | Desolate Space - Added: 15 June 2016, Rifle: Classified, Starting Price: $8.63, Case: Gamma Case, Continue reading: dmarket.co




Team Fortress 2 Is Now on DMarket

The evergreen and beloved multiplayer FPS Team Fortress 2 has been entertaining millions of players for over 12 years. Today, it comes to DMarket so that you can buy, sell, and exchange TF2 items using the most advanced set of trading features. Whether you’re looking for a new Shortstop for your Scout or how to make a ton of money from your Golden Frying Pan, DMarket is where you can do this with speed, fun, and security. — Team Fortress 2 in Numbers and Facts - — Fact #1 - 1 — TF2 was the first big title to allow player-to-player trading. In December 2012, TF2 became the first game to be featured on the Steam Community Market. — Fact #2 - 2 — TF2 is a sequel to the Quake mod Team Fortress, released in 1996 and remade into Team Fortress Classics in 1999. Continue reading: dmarket.co




CS:GO Update 01/30/2020

On January 30th, the developers made us happy with anew CS:GO Update. There are new changes in the next maps: mirage, cache, train, studio, and dust2 plus new features. Before you start to read the patch notes, you need to know where to find the best deals of CS:GO skins. DMarket is one of the most popular marketplaces with the lowest prices and many great offers. Why not let them check and complete your inventory! — Cache: - Improved stability and optimization, Small bugs fixed, Updated radar, Continue reading: dmarket.co




Blast Premier Spring 2020 Regular Season

Blast Premier: Spring 2020 Regular Season is the first tournament, which will open the big BLAST season with more than a $2.8 million prizepool in total. At the Spring 2020 RS, 12 teams are going to fight for the six direct invites to Spring 2020: Finals and six invites to Spring 2020: Showdown. — General Information Blast Premier Spring 2020 - Location: London, England, PrizePool: $300,000, Participant Teams: 12, Organizer: RFRSH Entertainment, Start: 01/31/2020, End: 02/16/2020, Continue reading: dmarket.co




Dreamleague S13 The Leipzig Major — Overview

Dreamleague S13 The Leipzig Major — Overview - The Leipzig or 7.23 Major has already finished, and here we sum up the second of the five big tournaments this season. Sixteen of the world’s best teams have fought for $1,000,000 and 15,000 DPC points in Leipzig. This was the first major after 7.23 — one of the biggest Dota 2 patches ever. We’ve prepared all 7.23’s patch notes in our article Dota 2 The Outlanders Update. Leipzig is a new town for significant esport events and all the more for Dreamleague. The hometown for this tournament is Stockholm. But Leipzig coped with it correctly, and most importantly, the dota was interesting. The last Dreamleague Major was held in March 2019, and it was Season 11 in Stockholm. In the Grand Final, Vici Gaming won 3:2 against Virtus.pro and got the first major’s victory of the DPC season 2018–2019. The Grand final of The Leipzig Major had the same five maps to reveal the champion, but there was a fight between other teams. Here is our overview of the Dreamleague Season 13: The Leipzig Major. Continue reading: dmarket.co




Dota 2 New 7.24 Patch Notes

Icefrog and Co released a new patch a few moments after Clement picked up a Dreamleague cup in Leipzig. Valve has made changes to the map and shrines as well as updating the heroes and items. Before you start to read 7.24 patch notes, you need to know where to buy Dota 2 skins with the lowest prices on the market. Colorize your game with the most popular Dota 2 marketplace — DMarket. — General Changes - Now heroes have a separate slot for neutral items. Each hero can wear no more than one neutral item active., Now the fountain has a common hiding place. The neutral items are there, not on the ground. Right-clicking on an accessible item in the new interface will place it in the hiding place or in the courier so that it can be picked up. The new interface also shows the status and location of the remaining items that have fallen out., The neutral item can be instantly moved to the shared hiding place by selecting the desired item from the context menu (from the backpack or neutral cell)., The number of cells in the backpack has beenreduced from 4 to 3., Now each team can fall out of four neutral items of each category (chance of falling out is increased from 9% to 10%)., The chance of falling out of neutral items from ancient creeps is now three times higher., The shrines have been removed from the map., Outposts have been moved to the main forests on each side., Overview of outposts was changed: previousl...




  DMT NEWS


NFT Sales Slide for Third Consecutive Week Amid Crypto Downturn

    Sales of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken another hit, declining over 10% from the previous week, with transactions totaling $85,046,840 since Saturday, August 26, 2023. This marks the third consecutive week of falling NFT sales, reflecting the broader crypto economy's downturn and its significant impact on the NFT marketplace.Can NFTs Rally in September? Recent 3-Week Sales Trend Casts Doubt Cryptoslam.io reports that in the past week, NFT sales have seen a 10.71% decline, while the volume of NFT transactions has fallen by 17.15% compared to the previous week. Interestingly, the number of NFT purchasers surged, showing a 20.35% increase from the week before. Data compiled on September 2, 2023, at 9 a.m. (ET), spanning the last seven days since August 26, reveals that Ethereum-based NFTs dominated the market, raking in $47,876,781. However, it's worth noting that ETH NFT sales have decreased by 18.75% this week. Following Ethereum in NFT sales were Mythos, Solana, Polygon, and Immutable X, completing the top five blockchains. Solana experienced the most significant drop, with sales plummeting by 24.19%. In contrast, Mythos witnessed a 12.85% surge this week. Over the past seven days, Polygon's sales dipped by 12.14%, while Immutable X led the top five with a 36.46% increase. Bitcoin (BTC) NFTs maintained their seventh spot, registering a 6.43% uptick in sales. Although Arbitrum enjoyed a 57.71% surge this week, it only amassed $667,646 in NFT sales. Over the past week, ... read More



NFT Sales Dip 14%, Yet Buyers Increase: Weekly Report Reveals $91 Millio...

    According to the latest statistics, sales of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have taken a 14% dip compared to the preceding week, tallying up to $91.86 million in the past seven days. Interestingly, the count of purchasers rose by 38%; however, NFT transactions witnessed a decline of over 30% during this week.NFT Transactions Dip Over 30% Amid 14% Sales Decrease From Sunday, August 20, to Sunday, August 27, 2023, the journey of non-fungible token sales led to a total of $91.86 million exchanging hands throughout the week. However, there was a slip in sales, marking a 14.06% decline from the previous week. Among these figures, Ethereum sales, though 13.87% lower this week, maintained a lion's share, contributing $56.35 million to the overall total of $91.86 million. Solana secured the second spot in blockchain sales, amassing a sum of $8,592,656 over the course of the past seven days. Nevertheless, Solana sales faced an 8.95% drop compared to last week's SOL-based NFT sales. The sales leaderboard showcased Ethereum and Solana at the forefront, followed by Polygon, Mythos, Immutable X, BNB, and Bitcoin. Bitcoin's position remained consistent in seventh place for three consecutive weeks, having slipped from its former second position. BTC-centric NFTs garnered $2,130,582 this week, yet these numbers were 22.05% lower than the previous week's records. Among the top ten blockchains, Cardano and Arbitrum were the sole gainers in terms of percentage growth this week. Shifting the focus... read More



Weekly NFT Sales Dip by 1.18% Despite Rising Buyers and Transactions

    Based on the most recent week-long data, non-fungible token (NFT) sales experienced a slight decline of 1.18% from the previous week. Despite a recorded $107.05 million in NFT sales, there was a noteworthy rise of 86.71% in the number of buyers. Additionally, NFT transactions increased by a significant 34.66%.Weekly Digital Collectible Sales Cool Off This week, NFT sales showed a minor dip, declining by 1.18% compared to the previous week. Out of the $107.05 million in NFT transactions, a significant 61% or $65.86 million originated from the Ethereum blockchain. Furthermore, sales of ETH-based NFTs climbed by 7.41% from the prior week. Solana trailed behind Ethereum, boasting sales of around $9.64 million, marking a 4.8% uptick. After Solana in the NFT sales race came Polygon, posting sales of $8.41 million. Mythos followed closely with $6.30 million, trailed by Immutable X at $4.55 million, BNB Chain's $4.46 million, Bitcoin's $2.62 million, and Flow registering $1.46 million. Together, these eight blockchains constituted a commanding 96.49% of this week's total NFT sales. The past week's top-performing NFT collection was Degods, amassing $6.59 million. Hot on its heels was Dmarket, tallying about $6.25 million, while Bored Ape Yacht Club (BAYC) clinched the third spot with sales hitting $5.43 million. Trailing the three leading digital collections were Gods Unchained, Draftkings, Sorare, Mutant Ape Yacht Club (MAYC), Wreck League, The Captainz, and Cryptopunks. Together, ... read More



Madonna Enters Metaverse With a New Bored Ape NFT Bought for $560K

    The latest member to join the BAYC is the 'queen of pop' Madonna. In a Twitter post, the 63-year old pop star announced entering the Metaverse after acquiring a Bored Ape NFT valued at more than half a million dollars. Madonna bought Bored Ape #4988, which is a six trait DMT primate with a sleeveless logo tee, an S&M hat. Metaverse Girl MoonPay, the crypto custodian and payments processor that serves as a 'concierge' service for celebrities interested in buying NFTs, was behind the latest transaction. For the uninitiated, the company previously launched MoonPay Concierge, a new service for high net worth individuals interested in purchasing crypto and high-value NFTs. Snoop Dogg, Gunna, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, Gwyneth Paltrow, Diplo, and Kevin Hart are some of its well-known clients. We heard it call your name And it felt like home https://t.co/5wqKotV63n — MoonPay (@moonpay) March 25, 2022 The latest data on the NFT marketplace OpenSea revealed that MoonPay acquired 180 ETH (approximately $564k) ten days ago, then transferred to the singer's wallet on March 23rd. Despite high-profile artists increasingly tapping the world of NFTs, many fans on Madonna's Instagram post were not happy. Some called it a disappointing move, while a few asked the singer to delete the post. Another user complained, 'Madonna. I’ve always looked up to you, but this is very disappointing.' The pop star's tryst with the cryptocurrency industry dates back to 2018 when she partnered with Bra... read More



Gaming Giant Animoca Brands Reveals Ban Against Russian Users, Co-Founde...

    Blockchain gaming firm Animoca Brands has revealed the company is breaking ties with Russian users following the Ukraine invasion that started seven days ago. Animoca Brands co-founder Yat Siu noted in an interview that the company received legal advice about the situation and the Animoca executive compared the newly sanctioned Russia to North Korea.Animoca Brands Restricts Russian Users From Leveraging Firm's Blockchain Gaming Products According to the Hong Kong-based blockchain gaming giant Animoca Brands, the company is imposing restrictions on Russian users. Animoca Brands' overarching ban follows a number of crypto firms like Binance, Kraken, and Coinbase saying the businesses will not blanket ban all Russian users. Animoca Brands co-founder Yat Siu spoke with Bloomberg in an interview and he explained that the company received legal advice about the newly sanctioned country. The co-founder noted that the restrictions could affect specific subsidiaries including the blockchain firm Lympo and Gamee. However, Yat Siu detailed that the company's Russian user base was a low amount of users. The Animoca Brands co-founder did not discuss the effect the restrictions on Russian users might have on the company's most popular game The Sandbox. The company's website, Twitter account, and subsidiaries have not issued any official statements about the Russian user restrictions. Speaking with Bloomberg, Yat Siu said that the company does not want to be 'financially excluded' over asso... read More



Coinbase 'Will Not Institute a Blanket Ban' on All Transacti...

    The popular cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase has addressed the request from Ukrainian officials to freeze the accounts of all Russian users. A Coinbase spokesperson noted that the digital currency platform would not 'institute a blanket ban' against ordinary Russian users.Coinbase, Coinberry, and Kucoin Follow Binance's and Kraken's Decision to Refuse 'Sabotaging Ordinary Russian Users' On Tuesday, reports indicate that the Russian invasion has escalated after peace talks at the border between Ukrainian and Russian officials failed. A 40-mile military convoy is surrounding the capital of Kyiv and reports show that 'Kharkiv has become a key battleground.' Meanwhile, after the vice prime minister of Ukraine asked digital currency exchanges to 'sabotage ordinary users,' a number of exchanges have released statements. Bitcoin.com News reported on Binance and Kraken explaining that they will not blanket ban ordinary Russian users. Binance explained to CNBC that to 'unilaterally decide to ban people's access to their crypto would fly in the face of the reason why crypto exists.' Following the statements from Binance and Kraken, representatives from Coinbase, Coinberry, and Kucoin told vice.com contributor Maxwell Strachan how the three firms plan to handle such requests. A spokesperson from Coinbase (Nasdaq: COIN), told Strachan that a request to ban all Russian customers would harm 'economic freedom.' 'At this time, we will not institute a blanket ban on all Coinbase transactions ... read More



Ukraine Vice PM Asks Major Crypto Exchange to Stop Servicing Russian Cus...

    Mykhailo Fedorov – Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine – has called on crypto exchanges to freeze all Russian users’ blockchain addresses to help Ukraine defend itself from Russia's invasion. In a tweet on Sunday, Fedorov emphasized the importance of both cutting off crypto access to Russian and Belarusian politicians, as well as “sabotaging ordinary users”. The request follows a slew of sanctions against Russia from western allies, including freezing the assets of Russia’s four largest banks and reducing reliance on Russian oil exports. Crypto is going center stage in the conflict, providing a vehicle of financial support to Ukraine, and potentially Russia. In October, Putin discussed using crypto as a means of payment “to transfer funds from one place to another” in the context of international trade. Earlier this month, Bitcoin was used to bypass Canada’s financial restrictions prohibiting donations to the freedom convoy protest. While self custodial Bitcoin transactions successfully made it to the truckers, any funds connected to exchanges were red-flagged and frozen by court order. Some view the Ukrainian Vice PM’s request as antithetical to crypto’s promise of universal access and neutrality, while others back the move for the help it could provide Ukrainian citizens. Some in the crypto industry have explicitly picked a side in the conflict. On Friday, one of Ethereum’s largest mining pools stopped serv... read More



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