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|The price of #GUN today is $0.0000426 USD.|
The lowest GUN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000426, and the current live price for one GUN coin is $0.00004258.
The all-time high GUN coin price was $0.00855.
Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of GUN with market cap of BTC or other crypto coins.
|The code for Guncoin crypto currency is #GUN. |
Guncoin is 8.4 years old.
|The current market capitalization for Guncoin is $9,799.|
Guncoin is ranked #1052 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown during the past 24 hours for #GUN.|
Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Guncoin is $1.00.
|The circulating supply of GUN is 230,108,278 coins, which is 46% of the maximum coin supply.|
|GUN has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on at least 1 crypto exchange.|
View #GUN trading pairs and crypto exchanges that currently support #GUN purchase.
More Guncoin (#GUN) News
|Bitcoin Price Is Sitting On A Gun Powder, Will It Explode?
BTC price trades below key resistance as prices get rejected under daily EMA. BTC's monthly candle closes with so many mixed feelings ahead of October.
The price of BTC must close above $21,500 to renew bullish sentiments. The price action of Bitcoin (BTC) continues to toil with the emotions of traders and investors as it moves in an indecisive and uncertain fashion. Traders continue to speculate about what Bitcoin (BTC) holds for this new month of October. The price action and movements of Bitcoin (BTC) continue in its choppy, leaving most traders at loose ends due to an unstructured Bitcoin (BTC) price movement. (Data from Binance)
Bitcoin (BTC) Price Analysis On The Weekly Chart
Weekly BTC Price Chart | Source: BTCUSDT On Tradingview.com
Despite showing some fake movement of a bounce ahead of the monthly close, the price has found some rejection around $19,500 as the price struggles to break above.
The price of BTC retraced to a region of $18,700 but swiftly bounced from this region as price rallied to $19,300 but was faced with resistance to breaking above. BTC's price needs to break and hold above $20,500 before it can resume bullish sentiment as the price trades at a key level.
BTC's price needs to trade away from this region of $19,000 as a break below $18,100 could mean the price going to a low of $17,500 and even a low of $16,000.
Ahead of the weekly close, the price for BTC needs to close above $19,500 for a little bit of haven; a close below this range indic...
|Get Real, Lagarde — The Underlying Asset 'Guaranteeing&rsquo...
With the approaching tsunami of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) looming ever closer, it shouldn't come as a surprise when central banks shill their coins at the expense of sounder assets. Recently, European Central Bank president Christine Lagarde went so far as to say that cryptocurrency is 'worth nothing.' According to Lagarde, crypto has 'no underlying asset' like the upcoming digital euro. But fiat money's secret source of value is the real explosive scandal.
European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde recently remarked that crypto is 'worth nothing' and needs to be regulated. Nevermind the humor in trying to regulate something worthless, or her failure to understand subjective value, but the once-convicted criminal Christine said something that was very interesting:
[With crypto] there is no underlying asset to act as an anchor of safety.
She was making this observation in comparison to the upcoming digital euro central bank digital currency (CBDC), and claimed that 'any digital euro, I will guarantee - so the central bank will be behind it and I think it's vastly different.'
This begs the question of what guarantees the value of the euro itself, or the U.S. dollar, or any fiat currency. As their worth is supposedly established by the decree of governments (groups of mere individuals just like you and me), what then is the 'underlying asset' which gives these currencies their value? In the case of government money, the answer might...