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MTN Price:
$21.7 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$310.6 K

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Total Supply:
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The price of #MTN today is $0.000968 USD.

The lowest MTN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000968, and the current live price for one MTN coin is $0.00096790.

The all-time high MTN coin price was $0.36.

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


The code for MedToken crypto currency is #MTN.

MedToken is 6.4 years old.


The current market capitalization for MedToken is $310,647.

MedToken is ranking downwards to #3440, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is modest today for #MTN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for MedToken is $21,663.


The circulating supply of MTN is 320,948,763 coins, which is 64% of the maximum coin supply.


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

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


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



Inside Medicalchain Issue #10

(March 2019) Welcome to the tenth issue of Inside Medicalchain, our monthly newsletter to keep our community up to date. If you missed the ninth issue you can catch up by clicking here. — Product Development - Want to help? Give us feedback! Please continue to download our iOS version of and let us know your feedback on version 1.0 by sending in your comments to — You will be excited to hear that V2 of the application is almost ready for release — along with an updated website — we will be sharing this with you shortly! The new website is designed to appeal to both business and patient-users alike. We are able to show some preliminary images from V2 of the application to show the doctor interface: 1. Dashboard: to view and manage patient appointments. 2. Schedule: to let practitioners manage their availability. They can assign titles, time slots, and the colour of tiles. 3. Patient Information: to see all the information about a patient; their medication, reports, allergies, appointments, etc. with the ability to add more if necessary. 4. Call: to have a telemedicine appointment with a patient, simultaneously check their information and create a new report during the call. — Media - Medicalchain CEO, Dr Abdullah Albeyatti, has begun a new YouTube channel titled The Antidote, in which he vlogs about all things health sector ...

Inside Medicalchain Issue #9

(February 2019) Welcome to the ninth issue of Inside Medicalchain, our monthly newsletter to keep our community up to date. If you missed the eighth issue you can catch up by clicking here. — Product Development - Want to help? Give us feedback! Please continue to download the iOS version of the application, and let us know your feedback on version 1.0 by sending us your comments to — You will be excited to hear that V2 of the application is almost ready for release, and we will be sharing this with you very shortly! — Media - Our head of Business Development, Amina Albeyatti, was recently interviewed by WTF Health at the Giant Health Event, in London November of 2018. Amina expertly covered many aspects of the health informatics dilemma facing much of the health sector and how Medicalchain is poised to resolve these issues. See the full interview here on the WTF (What’s The Future) Health YouTube channel: — Inside Perspective - Steven Ankri, Head of UX & Design. Through this section, we will provide an insight into the project, including the people behind the scenes who are working hard to make this vision a reality. Whenever you view our logo, our website, or even our applications; everything you see will have gone through our UX team. You will already be familiar with his work but it still bears saying that head of UX & Design, ...

Medicalchain is proud to be in support of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 2019

Figures published by NHS Digital show that by 31 March 2017, the percentage of eligible women (aged 25 to 64) who were recorded as screened adequately was 72.0%. This compares with the 72.7% at 31 March 2016 and 75.4% at 31 March 2012 who were screened. Given this decline in uptake, Public Health England has decided to launch a national cervical screening campaign in March of 2019. This is to raise more awareness around the subject of cervical cancer and known causes such as the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and related diseases to get more women participating. — Important changes - Cervical screening is evolving and there have been some very important changes made. Some of these important changes include: — The introduction of the HPV primary screening test.. — HPV primary screening will be implemented into the NHS Cervical Screening Programme, with full coverage to be achieved across the whole of England by 2020. — The possibility of using a home-based self-sample, which is being considered in a UK National Screening Committee consultation.. — The issue affecting much of the effectiveness of organized screening for cervical cancer is the lack of participation by certain demographics of women. This is proven by the fact that the majority of cervical cancers arise in women who are either never-screened or under‐screened. The good news with the addition of HPV testing is that it is likely to repl...

Inside Medicalchain Issue #8

(January 2019) Welcome to the eighth issue of Inside Medicalchain, our monthly newsletter to keep our community up to date. If you missed the seventh issue you can catch up by clicking here. This edition marks the start of the new year, so from all of us at Medicalchain — we would like to wish you all a happy new year! We look forward to the upcoming months as we will see our plans come to fruition, to be able to present the 2.0 app, and also the initial release of the HealthPassport application. — A message from our CEO, Dr Abdullah Albeyatti:. — “Coming to the end of 2018 has felt like the end of a sprint. We have been non-stop since we first launched Medicalchain and have leapt from one achievement to the next, with so many milestones being met along the way we often overlook all that we have achieved. From nurturing an international community to completing a successful ICO and launching our first beta application, a world’s first for telemedicine and blockchain. However, we are not aiming for a quick sprint finish and are already looking forward to the marathon ahead by setting the agenda for future healthcare, leading conversations about transparency, blockchain technology and the utility of cryptocurrency and most importantly, being the advocate for patients worldwide. Above all else, we must facilitate patients to be more involved in their healthcare and decision making by having ea...

Dry January - Part 2

In the last article, I wrote about some of the issues surrounding alcohol; including fitness, calories, cancer, the brain, and even sex and reproduction. In this second part on the subject of Dry January, I will delve into five more: — Heart - The effects of alcohol on the cardiovascular system are widely researched and include the following: Increased heart rate, Increased blood pressure, Weakened heart muscle, Irregular heartbeat, Atrial fibrillation, Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a leading result of excessive alcohol consumption and leads to many less than desirable consequences, such as heart attack and stroke. Some of the supposed benefits of alcohol on the cardiovascular system are: A rise in HDL, or "good" cholesterol., Prevention of the damage caused by high LDL, the "bad" cholesterol., It stops blood from clotting. This can be good or bad and dependent on any preexisting conditions. It may hold off heart attacks, but it could make you bleed more easily., The evidence is debatable as to whether small amounts of alcohol are good for you since those who tend to drink small to less than moderate amounts will invariably make other healthy lifestyle choices - influencing the results of such tests. So is it the small amount of alcohol alone or the general healthy lifestyle along with this that induces these benefits? Ultimately a healthy diet and active lifestyle will be of more benefit t...

Dry January — part 1

The turn of every new year brings with it a barrage of resolutions and a surplus of best-intentioned gym-goers. The new year also has another health-related tradition, that of the “Dry January” challenges. This is a campaign designed and promoted by Alcohol Change UK to raise awareness of the effects of alcohol. The event started back in 2004 and the idea is as the name suggests — to go alcohol-free for the full 31 days of January. This can be done in promotion of the charitable organisation or simply as an acknowledgement to your own wellbeing. The subject of alcohol and health is quite extensive, so I’ll break this up into two parts and will try to cover the majority of the topic within these. First of all is the effects of alcohol on physical activities. — Physical Activity - As research by the British Journal of Sports Medicine states —“Meeting the current physical activity public health recommendations offsets some of the cancer and all-cause mortality risk associated with alcohol drinking.” Good news! So does that mean that so long as you are exercising that you have ‘earned’ those drinks? Well in some respects, yes. It is less harmful to consume alcohol while maintaining a healthy lifestyle, though that is in comparison to the same amount of alcohol while doing less than the recommended amount of physical activity. But this does not work proportionately, that the more you exercise — t...

Attention Economy

William James, an American psychologist was a leading thinker of the late nineteenth century and one of the most influential U.S. philosophers. Labelled as the “Father of American psychology” he wrote back in 1890 —“The faculty of voluntarily bringing back a wandering attention, over and over again, is the very root of judgment, character, and will.” Social skills are formed through face-to-face interactions with others from birth, such as infants with their parents and siblings, and children with their peers at nursery and school. But there is a growing concern that the use of social media is effectively displacing the way the new generation is developing their peer to peer social skill-set throughout adolescence. The question is whether these digital stimuli have the potential to influence the risk of behavioural addiction.University College London psychiatrist Dr Michael Bloomfield states: “Adolescence is a critical period for a person’s development, particularly as our brains go through important changes during our teenage years.” Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, which is a peer-reviewed medical journal covering research in psychiatry and neurology, released an in-depth article into the Maturation of the adolescent brain. It stated:“It is well established that the brain undergoes a “rewiring” process that is not complete until approximately 25 years of age… The nucleus accumbens, a part o...

Inside Medicalchain Issue #7

(December 2018). — Welcome to the seventh issue of Inside Medicalchain, our monthly newsletter to keep our community up to date. If you missed the sixth issue you can catch up by clicking here. — Announcement - Medicalchain Opens New Office in Switzerland Since its foundation, Medicalchain has been growing rapidly and we are delighted to announce the official opening of our new office in Switzerland. We have a global vision and geographical expansion is necessary to achieve this. — Product Development - continues to improve and we are working to our timeline for version 2 which is eagerly anticipated for the end of Q2 2019. We are working extra hard to confirm contracts and are hopeful that our services will be available within the NHS as well as the private sector soon. will also be available on Android very soon. — Timeline:. — Considering how difficult it can be to keep up with our progress, especially product development — we have created an interactive timeline on our website to update you clearly on our road to achieving our goals. — Want to help? Give us feedback!. — Please continue to download our iOS version of the app and let us know your feedback on version 1.0 by sending us your comments to — — Media - Our Communications Manager, Tim Robinson has been working on a new blog about the problems i...


Although patented back in 1843 — about 30 years before the telephone — the Fax machine did not become widely used until around the 80s. This is around the same time as the Nintendo NES, Boomboxes, Sony Walkmans, pocket TVs and the Casio C-80 Calculator Watch. Yet the fax machine seems to have outlived all of these. But the reality is that this technology was in use back in the days of the French Emperor Napoleon III when the ‘pantelegraph’ was used over state-owned telegraph lines for sending signatures. So the joke goes something like this-Michael Scott. In the modern day, the risk associated with using these devices is that all computer systems are prone to infiltration. A fax machine is no different, but not only are they connected to your network; they are also connected to the outside world via a phone line, so essentially there is no firewall! A research team has proven that the only information required to infiltrate a system, is the organization’s fax number, which could be part of an all-in-one fax, copier and printer- something which is often publicly available on any employee’s business card or company website. How is this done? — It is even more alarming when it is historically the industries that hold the most protected data which are still using these technological relics the most. But who really does use these the most? DeepMind Health Independent Review Panel Annual Report ...

Lifestyle Intervention

Whenever you hear the word “intervention” you may automatically think of an ‘addiction intervention’’, or a ‘surgical intervention’, as these terms have almost become synonymous with the word. But how about a lifestyle intervention? Currently, the NHS England spends around 10% of its budget on treating diabetes, with recent projections showing that the growing number of people with the condition could result in nearly 39,000 people suffering a heart attack and over 50,000 people suffering a stroke by 2035. There is progress within the sector to redress the prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2DM) in particular, through a prescription of- lifestyle changes. There are plans proposed by the NHS to roll out a national Diabetes Prevention Programme (DPP) in the form of ‘lifestyle interventions’ to curb the demand the health service is under. The evidence shows that diabetes prevention programmes significantly reduce progression to T2DM compared to traditional care by ~26%. The approach will involve GPs prescribing a liquid diet of just over 800 kilocalories a day for three months, then a period of follow-up support to ultimately help achieve remission of their Type 2 diabetes. NHS England’s chief executive, Simon Stevens, announced the program on 30th November. It will first be offered to 5000 patients before being rolled out nationally. The announcement followed a series of recent studies that have overturned the...


South African Mobile Network Operator MTN Buys Land in the Metaverse

    Mobile network operator MTN recently staked claim to its status as one of the first South African companies to enter the metaverse, after it purchased 144 plots of digital land in the virtual world Ubuntuland for an undisclosed amount.MTN Seeks to 'Amplify Consumers' Digital Experiences' South Africa's mobile network operator, MTN, recently bought 144 plots of digital land in the Ubuntuland metaverse, a report has said. The purchase reportedly makes MTN one of the first companies from South Africa to enter the metaverse. As the Mybroadband report explained, MTN now owns 144 plots with an area of 12 square meters. Commending the company's pivot to the metaverse, MTN's group executive for marketing, Bernice Samuels, is quoted explaining how this dovetails with its Ambition 2025 strategy. The executive said: This is exactly what our Ambition 2025 strategy is premised on - leveraging trends that amplify consumers' digital experiences and engagement. We have always been at the forefront of technological and digital changes and we remain alive to the exciting opportunities the metaverse presents for us and our customers. The mobile network operator added that its presence in the metaverse demonstrates its support for African innovation. Also, through this presence in the metaverse, MTN will attempt to increase what the report calls its customer attractiveness. This will be done via a series of experiences that are merged with consumer passion points like gaming and music, the repo... read More

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