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SuperCoin  

#SUPER

SUPER Price:
$0.13
Volume:
$285.0 K
All Time High:
$2.17
Market Cap:
$6.7 M


Circulating Supply:
50,714,826
Exchanges:
5
Total Supply:
50,714,826
Markets:
6
Max Supply:
Pairs:
4



  SUPER PRICE


The price of #SUPER today is $0.13 USD.

The lowest SUPER price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.133, and the exact current price of one SUPER crypto coin is $0.13282.

The all-time high SUPER coin price was $2.17.

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


  SUPER OVERVIEW


The code for SuperCoin crypto currency is #SUPER.

SuperCoin is 8.3 years old.


  SUPER MARKET CAP


The current market capitalization for SuperCoin is $6,735,785.

SuperCoin is ranking upwards to #603 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).


  SUPER VOLUME


There is a medium daily trading volume on #SUPER.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for SuperCoin is $285,015.


  SUPER SUPPLY


The circulating supply of SUPER is 50,714,826 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


  SUPER EXCHANGES


SUPER has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 5 crypto exchanges.

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


  SUPER RELATED


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


  SUPER RESOURCES


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  SUPER NEWS


A New Super PAC Aims to Elect BTC Advocates and 'Vote out Anti-Bit...

    On Friday, Grant McCarty, the director of policy and public affairs at Bitcoin Magazine, announced the launch of three political efforts aimed at bolstering bitcoin public policy at the Bitcoin 22 conference in Miami. McCarty revealed the Bitcoin Advocacy Project (BAP), the Bitcoin Policy Institute (BPI) and an independent expenditure-only political committee called the Financial Freedom PAC.3 Newly Launched Political Efforts Aim to 'Bring About an Orange Wave Across Washington' A new bitcoin-themed Super PAC has been launched to help 'elect bitcoin champions.' According to the Financial Freedom PAC website introduced by Bitcoin Magazine's Grant McCarty, the new Super PAC supports 'candidates that aim to defend and uphold the following rights of bitcoin owners in the United States.' In recent times, bureaucrats have unveiled a number of regulatory policies toward digital currencies and many fear that strict crypto regulation can stifle technological innovation. Basically, a Super PAC is an independent political committee that solicits donations to bolster independent political activity and help frame public policy. While Super PACs cannot donate directly to political candidates, the PAC can spend unlimited sums of money to either fight against political candidates and legislation or advocate for specific bureaucrats. The Financial Freedom PAC explains that it supports four political candidates including the Ohio Republican Senate candidate, Josh Mandel, the California Democr... read More



Bitcoin is a Super Strong Investment, Says Tennis Champion Serena Willia...

    One of the most successful tennis players of all time – Serena Williams – teamed up with Block Inc’s money transfer service provider – Cash App – to provide women and people of color with further financial access to bitcoin. She praised the primary cryptocurrency as the leader in the industry, calling it a ”super-strong investment.” Williams is a Bitcoin Bull The Jack Dorsey-led firm – Block – announced the collaboration with the tennis superstar at the Miami Bitcoin Conference. Williams raised hopes that the initiative will grant women (who are not as engaged with the crypto industry as men) and people of color additional access to bitcoin opportunities: “It’s important to expand bitcoin to women and people of color.” In addition, the American athlete displayed herself as a keen proponent of the primary digital asset. The 23-times Grand Slam winner said BTC’s limited supply of 21 million coins is its most valuable merit. In her view, the world of crypto is constantly developing, but this advancement is mainly led by bitcoin: “What’s interesting in bitcoin is there is not going to be a ton available. I like looking at it like that and deciding: Okay, that is a super-strong investment in terms of all cryptocurrencies. There’s a lot happening in the cryptocurrency world and obviously, I think it’s all being led by bitcoin.” Serena Williams. Source: Yahoo It is worth notin... read More



US Senate Banking Chief Criticizes Super Bowl Crypto Ads, Claims '...

    The United States senator from Ohio and Senate Banking Committee chief Sherrod Brown is not a fan of cryptocurrencies. This week during Tuesday's stablecoin hearing, Brown criticized all the cryptocurrency companies who advertised during the Super Bowl this past weekend and stressed that he's 'never seen the Federal Reserve buy a multimillion-dollar commercial for U.S. dollars.'Sherrod Brown Says Super Bowl Crypto Ads Left a Few Things Out For quite some time now the U.S. Senate Banking Committee chief Sherrod Brown (D-OH) has argued that crypto assets 'put Americans' hard-earned money at risk.' In November 2021, Brown sent a letter to stablecoin issuers and crypto trading platforms like Tether, Coinbase, and Gemini and explained that he worries about protecting U.S. investors. 'I have significant concerns with the non-standardized terms applicable to redemption of particular stablecoins,' Brown stressed at the time. During the hearing on Tuesday, dubbed: 'Examining the President's Working Group on Financial Markets Report on Stablecoins,' Brown once again highlighted his concerns about crypto assets. At the hearing, Brown's first remarks were directed at the U.S. central bank and he noted that the Federal Reserve Board of Governors needs 'to bring down prices and put workers first.' After that, Brown said that if his colleagues were truly concerned about inflation, they 'will not slow down this process' of bringing prices down. Then Brown went on to discuss the cryptocurrenc... read More



Market Update: Cryptocurrencies Rebound After The Super Bowl

    The top ten cryptos were all up yesterday after some crypto companies advertised during the pro football championship game. Yesterday's market volatility continued with the SPX500 and DJ30 falling 0.29% and 0.44%, respectively, as well as NASDAQ100, rising marginally by 0.25%. On Monday night, the oil price nearly hit $94, increasing its previous high near 90 dollars. Top Cryptocurrencies Performance The price of Bitcoin briefly rose to  $43,500 today. Solana rose 8%, while Ethereum gained more than 7%. XRP and Cardano also saw increases with 3 percent each at their peak values throughout Tuesday's trading session alone. Bitcoin gained 3.6% in 24 hours and trading at $44,000 | Source: BTC/USD Chart on Tradingview.com The live price for Avalanche is $88.33, with a 24-hour trading volume that has increased by over a billion. Kadena is a blockchain ecosystem that makes crypto work for everyone! They provide the security of Bitcoin with virtually free gas and unparalleled throughput. Their smart contracts are more innovative than ever, too - they have almost raised their value today due in large part because it offers all this great technology at an affordable price point (and no lock-ups). With the recent announcement of Galaverse dates, Gala Games' market value has increased by 18%. The Graph, an indexing protocol for querying data on networks like Ethereum and IPFS that powers many applications in DeFi (decentralized finance) and a broader Web3 ecosystem, is up 19% withi... read More



Coinbase's Shares Face Enhanced Volatility Following Super Bowl Fi...

    Popular crypto-exchange Coinbase saw its shares spike as the markets opened today, after bringing millions of Superbowl viewers to their site on Sunday. Coinbase was trading 5% down on the Nasdaq over the weekend. However, their stock is back up 3% as of Monday, trading at about $200. The movement comes following a successful Superbowl ad campaign from the exchange, where it competed against other noteworthy ads from Crypto.com and FTX. The ad announced $15 in free Bitcoin for anybody that joins the platform before Feb 15th. This promised a more surefire return than FTX’s similar giveaway of 7.54 Bitcoin to just 4 lucky winners. The incentive proved too effective to handle. The exchange sparked 20 million visits to its landing page within only a minute after the ad aired, causing the company's site to briefly crash. The finals – which featured the LA Rams and Cincinnati Bengals – also starred Odell Beckham Jr, who received his entire salary in Bitcoin last year. The player scored the first touchdown of the match but was later removed from the game due to injury. His efforts were enough though: For betting on both Beckham and the Rams’ victory, Canadian Rapper Drake won over $300k in Bitcoin bets on the match. Coinbase stock. Source: Tradingview read More



Bitcoin, Ethereum Technical Analysis: BTC, ETH Prices Volatile Following...

    Cryptocurrencies were initially in the red to start the week, despite several crypto firms securing lucrative Super Bowl ad slots. Over 100 million viewers watched the 'crypto bowl' advertisements, however bitcoin prices started lower on Monday. Bitcoin BTC/USD is lower for a fifth consecutive session to start the week, as markets gave up all of last week's gains. BTC/USD fell to an intraday low of $41,681.96 on Monday, following a peak of $42,693.05 during Sunday's session. The recent decline in prices has pushed BTC closer to support of $40,800, a level it hasn't hit since February 5. Monday's move comes as price strength has continued to slip, with the 14-day RSI falling below recent multi-month highs. As of writing, the Relative Strength Index is tracking at 55, a level which appears to be a short-term floor, however should it move above resistance of 56.43, bulls could re-enter. Looking at the moving averages on 10-days and 25-days, we are starting to see a consolidation in momentum, as these trend lines begin to trend sideways. Although it seems likely that the floor will be hit, long-term traders will likely look at buying this dip. Ethereum Ethereum was also lower to start the week, as bears continued to circle the world's second largest cryptocurrency. However, as the session progressed, prices slowly began to gain some bullish momentum, following the U.S. open. As of writing, ETH was marginally higher, as prices were once again looking to trade above the $3,0... read More



This is What Happened With Drake's $1.3M Bitcoin Bet on the Super ...

    The Canadian rapper Aubrey Drake Graham, popular among music fans as Drake, made a major $1.26 million bet worth of bitcoin on the Super Bowl match between the Los Angeles Rams (LA Rams) and the Cincinnati Bengals. He seems to have good prediction skills since he profited $300,000 after the referee’s final whistle. Drake’s Bitcoin Bets The Super Bowl’s match traditionally garners the attention of millions of Americans each year. Last night’s game was watched by over 90 million people in the USA alone. The bookmaking companies use the hype around it to offer all kinds of bets. Such unusual ones include: “What will the coin toss land on – heads or tails,” “Will a player propose after the game,” “Which crypto company commercial will air first,” and many more. The renowned musician Drake did not bet on such bizarre events. Instead, he wagered around $472,000 on LA Rams to win the title, about $400,000 on Odell Beckham Jr. (OBJ) to catch a touchdown, and $400,000 on the footballer to have over 62.5 receiving yards. The team from Los Angeles won by 23-20. Keeping in mind that the coefficient, Drake cashed out more than $240,000 worth of BTC. Additionally, LA Rams’ star OBJ caught the first touchdown in the match, bringing the rapper approximately $453,000 worth of the leading digital asset. Unfortunately for Drake, Odell Beckham Jr. left the game with an injury in the fourth quarter and thus could not gain over... read More



Coinbase Super Bowl Ad Caused Disruption on Its Platform

    The leading US cryptocurrency exchange advertised itself during the major sports event Super Bowl. Chief Product Officer Surojit Chatterjee said that the marketing move generated “more traffic than we’ve ever encountered,” which briefly disturbed operations. Nonetheless, he assured things were quickly put under control. The Super Bowl Effect Similar to other crypto exchanges, Coinbase used the popularity and the massive audience base behind Super Bowl to promote its services. The ad consisted of a colorful bouncing QR code, which upon scanning, led viewers to the company's promotional website. Additionally, the trading venue offered $15 worth of free bitcoin to anyone who signed up until February 15 and vowed to distribute a $3 million giveaway to existing customers. Shortly after, Coinbase revealed that the marketing efforts were “more popular” than expected, causing an outage on the platform. Oh wow that was more popular than we expected, but don’t worry … we’re all still going to make it! Check your emails if you had a problem and sign up/see terms for our $15 BTC giveaway here → https://t.co/fKHisXZJJc #WAGMI pic.twitter.com/ie7VXPS2xy — Coinbase (@coinbase) February 14, 2022 In a separate tweet, CPO Surojit Chatterjee confirmed that the reason for the disruption was the unexpected amount of traffic, which Coinbase experienced. He said that the teams “had to throttle traffic for a few minutes.” Co... read More



Drake Makes a Bitcoin Bet Worth Nearly $1.3 Million on Upcoming Super Bo...

    Popular Canadian rapper Aubrey Drake Graham, also known mononymously as Drake, made a massive bitcoin bet on Sunday's Super Bowl Game between the Los Angeles Rams (LA Rams) and the Cincinnati Bengals. Drake took a snapshot of his bet and posted it on Instagram for his over 100 million followers, with the caption 'All bets are in on the family.' The rapper's wager was a total of $1.26 million in bitcoin, which was made via Stake, a cryptocurrency sports betting platform. Drake placed a bitcoin bet worth CA$600,000 ($472,476) for the LA Rams to win against the Bengals. The rapper also seemed to be behind Odell Beckham Jr, the LA Rams' wide receiver, betting CA$500,000 ($393,825) on the footballer to have over 62.5 receiving yards. The Canadian celebrity staked another CA$500,000 on Beckham Jr to catch a touchdown. Back in November, the American footballer announced that he will receive his NFL salary in BTC, following a partnership with CashApp. Meanwhile, the Super Bowl LVI, which begins on Sunday, February 13, has seen massive interest from different crypto companies. Multiple exchanges have spent millions of dollars on advertisements to reach viewers during the game. Sam Bankman-Fried's FTX recently announced that it will give out free bitcoin as part of its BTC campaign. The platform paid for advertising space back in October 2021. Another major cryptocurrency exchange CryptoCom paid over $6 million for a 30 second-ad in the 2022 Super Bowl. read More



Bitcoin Giveaway: Crypto Exchange FTX Giving Away BTC During Super Bowl

    Crypto exchange FTX is giving away bitcoin during the Super Bowl this weekend. The company estimates that each winner could receive between eight and 10 bitcoins. The actual prize amount depends on the time FTX's Super Bowl commercial airs.FTX Giving Away Bitcoin in Super Bowl Sweepstakes Cryptocurrency exchange FTX announced Monday that it is giving away bitcoin during the Super Bowl this weekend. The company's website explains: We're making our Big Game debut and giving away the time our ad runs in bitcoin. Super Bowl LVI, the upcoming championship game of the National Football League (NFL), will be played between the National Football Conference Champion Los Angeles Rams and the American Football Conference Champion Cincinnati Bengals. 'When the ad airs, we'll tweet the commercial and pin the tweet. To enter, follow us and retweet that pinned tweet on our @FTX_Official Twitter account between the time it airs and 11:59 p.m. EST,' FTX detailed, adding that no purchase is necessary. FTX's Super Bowl commercial will run on NBC on Feb. 13. The giveaway begins when FTX tweets about it. 'This will happen between approximately 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time ('ET') and 10:30 p.m. ET),' the exchange said, emphasizing that the promotional period will end at 11:59 p.m. ET. There will be 'four grand prizes,' the exchange noted, elaborating: Each winner will receive bitcoin deposited into their FTX account. The amount of bitcoin to be deposited will be equal to the ET time (hour and minute) t... read More



FTX To Giveaway Free Bitcoin During The Super Bowl LVI

    Sam Bankman-Fried's cryptocurrency exchange, FTX, announced that it will give away free Bitcoin to its fans as part of an advertising campaign during Super Bowl LVI on February 13. The campaign is part of an effort by FTX to gain a more significant brand presence in the more mainstream audience of sports fans - especially considering that the Super Bowl is the most watched sports event in the United States. The Right Time Sam Bankman-Fried is an expert in aggressive and creative marketing tactics, and this campaign is no exception. It's not your typical giveaway, and instead, it basically relies on luck —and timing. No one knows how much money FTX will donate - and therein lies the creative part of the campaign. The exchange explained that the exact number of Bitcoins to be given away will depend on the time its ad appears on the TV screens of those watching the Super Bowl. 'We're making our Big Game debut and giving away the time our ad runs in bitcoin ... For example, if it runs at 9:02 EST, we'd give away 9.02 BTC.' A total of 4 winners will be chosen, and the campaign is available for all US residents (from all 50 states except New York) who have followed the official FTX account and retweeted the FTX tweet alluding to the event between the time it airs and 11:59pm EST. Sports Marketing Works For FTX FTX has grown at a swift pace, gaining popularity among many cryptocurrency enthusiasts. The winning recipe is based on a combination of product diversification, good t... read More



This Year's Super Bowl Attendees to Get Commemorative NFT Tickets ...

    The National Football League (NFL) has announced the American football organization plans to give fans virtual commemorative tickets in the form of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for the upcoming Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles. The NFL has partnered with Ticketmaster to issue the commemorative NFT tickets allowing fans to hold 'a digital keepsake from their Super Bowl experience.' NFL and Ticketmaster Plan to Give Super Bowl LVI Attendees NFT Tickets On February 2, 2022, the NFL and the world's largest ticket marketplace Ticketmaster Entertainment announced the organizations have collaborated in order to issue non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for the upcoming Super Bowl. The goal is to leverage blockchain technology so fans can commemorate Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles forever. The Super Bowl will take place on February 13, 2022, and the football game will be between the Rams and the Bengals. Super Bowl LVI will be the first time the two teams have competed for the league championship. The NFL says that with the help of Ticketmaster every fan who attends the championship game will get the limited edition Super Bowl LVI NFT commemorative tickets. According to the press announcement, the NFTs will feature customizations such as the owner's unique section, row, and seat. Bobby Gallo, the NFL's SVP of Club Business Development, explained during the announcement that the football league had already seen interest in NFL-centric non-fungible tokens. 'We first began offering virtual commemorat... read More



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