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The last known price of #SANTA is $0.000000000969 USD.

Please note that the price of #SANTA was last updated over 460 days ago. This can occur when coins have sporadic price reporting, no listings on exchanges or the project has been abandonded. All #SANTA statistics should be considered as 'last known value'.

The lowest SANTA price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.000000000969, and the exact last price of SANTA was $0.00000000096939.

The all-time high SANTA coin price was $0.000000162.

Use our custom price calculator to see the hypothetical price of SANTA with market cap of BTC and how the supply of SANTA affects the price at different market capitalizations.


The code for Santa Coin crypto currency is #SANTA.

Santa Coin is 1.5 years old.


The current market capitalization for Santa Coin is not available at this time.

Santa Coin is ranking downwards to #7187 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


There is an unknown volume of trading today on #SANTA.


The total supply of SANTA is 220,310,523,936,299 coins.

Relatively, Santa Coin has a large supply of coins, 10,014,115 times larger than Bitcoin's supply, for example.


SANTA is a token on the Binance Smart Chain blockchain.


SANTA has very limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 1 pairing and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.

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


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



Santa Launches its Browser this Christmas to Bring in the Next 200M User...

    [PRESS RELEASE - Road Town, BVI, 27th December 2022] Santa Browser has announced the Version 1 launch of its web3 browser today. Built for an emerging crypto world, the browser claims to bring in the next generation of web3 users by developing tools that allow anyone to leverage the power of blockchain technologies. Due to the extreme volatility of the market, Santa is dedicated to building a “Trustable Technology Stack” that users can firmly rely upon while browsing the web. With the Christmas release of Santa Browser, users can now earn crypto rewards simply by browsing. 'We believe that browsers need to evolve a lot more to keep up with the pace at which the internet is evolving.' said Alekh B, CEO of Santa Browser. 'Our approach to Santa Browser is deeply influenced by the principles of web3 — Anti Monopoly, Transparency, Democracy, Data Privacy, Security & Fair Distribution Of Wealth.' Why Santa Browser?Browse-2-Earn On a mission to reimagine the web, the browser starts with the relationship between users & advertising. With Santa’s Browse2Earn, users can earn crypto rewards for their regular activities online (rewards include but are not limited to ad monetization, search monetization, discounted shopping, etc.) while maintaining control over their privacy. Geared For Privacy Santa Browser hosts many features to protect user privacy. Integrated ad blocker — to stop all invasive ads. Tracker blocker — to stop all online trackers & bro... read More

BTC Wraps up 13 Consecutive Years of Recorded Market Value, With No Sant...

    By the end of this year bitcoin will have 13 consecutive years of recorded market value under its belt. Seven of those years saw Santa rallies all the way up until New Year's Eve, and five of the 13 years saw bearish returns from Dec. 1 to Dec. 31. There's still six more days left until the end of 2022, but current market action seems to point toward negative returns this month.13 Years of Bitcoin Prices in December 2022 wasn't the greatest year for bitcoin (BTC) in terms of market value measured in fiat. At the start of the year, BTC was trading for roughly $46K per unit and since then, the price has tumbled 63% since the first of Jan. 2022. According to records, the first recorded nominal value of bitcoin in U.S. dollars was on Oct. 5, 2009 and it was selling for $0.00764 per BTC on New Liberty Standard (NLS). At that rate, whoever was buying bitcoins at that time via NLS could get around 1,309.03 BTC for $1. We cant really count 2009, as seeing gains during the last month of the year, as recorded prices are sporadic. However, records show on Dec. 17, 2009, one could get around 1,630.33 BTC for for a single greenback. On Dec. 28, 2009, NLS quotes are around 1,578.76 BTC for $1. In Dec. 2010, BTC's price was much higher and on the first day of the month, BTC exchanged hands for $0.21 per coin. By Dec. 31, 2010, a single bitcoin was 42.85% higher at $0.30 per unit. Bitcoin would also see gains during the last month in 2011, and 2012. In 2011, BTC traded for $2.97 per unit o... read More

Bitcoin Santa Claus Rally: How Often Does The Christmas Miracle Occur In...

    With Christmas almost here, hopes for a Santa Claus rally in Bitcoin and the rest of crypto are fading fast. But what exactly is the phenomenon, and how often has the Christmas miracle occurred in the past? What's A Santa Claus Rally? The Most-Wished For Gift By Bitcoin Bulls A Santa Claus rally is defined as a 'calendar effect' that occurs right around the holidays. According to Investopedia, there's some slight disagreement over the exact timing of a Santa Claus rally. One camp claims its the lead up to Christmas where stock holders get an early present, while the other side states its the post-Christmas week leading into January 2nd. The idea behind the rally is the same: investors are suddenly euphoric due to the joyfulness of the holiday season, are considering year-end tax-related repositioning, and often have fresh Christmas bonuses to spend. The low-volume and liquidity holiday market conditions allow prices to move more swiftly, like Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, and Vixen through the snowy night sky. Investopedia further concludes that there isn't much validity to the idea behind the Santa Claus rally when analyzing S&P 500 returns during this period. But what about Bitcoin and crypto, where retail investors dominate the market and trade 24/7 – even on Christmas Day? The Scrooge Effect: Bears Say Bah Humbug To Possible Crypto Rally The above chart depicts the crypto version of the Santa Claus rally, taking into consideration both the weeks before and after the a... read More

No Santa For Cryptos This Year: Large Cap Coins Touch December Lows

    As Bitcoin hits new lows at year-end, other large-cap altcoins have followed suit. There seems to be no love for crypto this year-end, as Santa has refused to show up. General Crypto Market Cap Plunges As it stands, crypto traders and investors seemed to have their hands up in resignation. Trading volume across major exchanges has been highly compressed. The general market capitalization across all digital assets is down around 2.6% monthly, at $774 billion. The Bitcoin jump to $16,800 was a faint attempt at a bullish rally. The cryptocurrency continues to experience more downside, falling to its lowest in 3 weeks. Ethereum added 3.5% on Tuesday, having closed 130 basis points (bps) lower on Monday. The second largest crypto by market cap rose into the $1,200 region. ETH seems to collide with higher resistance at the $1,230 level. This could be challenging with the 14-day RSI now hovering directly below a ceiling of 47,000. The prices for Solana and Polkadot are currently trading at $12.36 (up 0.5%), $4.59 (down 0.8%), respectively. On the weekly chart, Polka Dot has decreased by 11.1% while Solana has decreased by 7.2%. During the past week, Polygon has lost 12.2%. Talking about some of the prominent stablecoins, Tether, USD Coin, and Binance USD are trading at $1 (flat), $1 (down 0.1%), and $0.99 (flat), respectively. Terra Classic is listed at $0.00011 (down 3.78%). Binance's BNB soared 0.2% over the last 24 hours while meme coins Shiba Inu and Dogecoin took a beating, ... read More

Santa Came Early In Crypto? Bitcoin Rally May Have Passed

    Bitcoin saw positive price action recently but failed to follow through and could remain rangebound for December. The cryptocurrency rose from a new yearly low at $15,500, and market participants were expecting further profits, but the market has stalled.  As of this writing, Bitcoin is moving between $16,900 and $17,100. The cryptocurrency still maintains profits from its previous week, but today's trading session has leaned towards the downside.  BTC's price moving sideways on the daily chart. Source: BTCUSDT Tradingview No Christmas Miracle For Bitcoin? In a recent market update, trading desk QCP Capital highlighted the positive performance of Bitcoin and Ethereum in December. These digital assets have been closely following the trajectory of the stock market.   The firm believes equities have been showing strength on the back of a potential U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed) pivot. The financial institution hinted at moderating its monetary policy and reducing its interest rate hike program.  This potential change triggered 'strong' bullish momentum for the stock market, allowing Bitcoin and Ethereum to rise 13% and 22% in the past two weeks. Despite the collapse of FTX in November and the fear of contagion, its value is almost back to October levels.  In this context, market participants have been quick to call out the end of the bear market, but QCP Capital claims that there are reasons to maintain a bearish bias. For example, robust economic data... read More

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