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|The price of #TOC today is $0.00103 USD.|
The lowest TOC price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00103, and the current live price for one TOC coin is $0.00102644.
The all-time high TOC coin price was $0.09.
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|The code for TouchCon crypto currency is #TOC. |
TouchCon is 4.5 years old.
|The current market capitalization for TouchCon is not available at this time.|
TouchCon is ranking downwards to #5362 out of all coins, by market cap (and other factors).
|The trading volume is unknown today for #TOC.|
|The circulating supply of TOC is 233,022,326 coins, which is 31% of the maximum coin supply.|
|TOC has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 3 pairings and is listed on probably at least one crypto exchanges but we don't have this data.|
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|Silicon Valley Bank Faces Financial Woes as Stock Is Halted, Sells $21 B...
On March 10, 2023, market observers are discussing the troubles Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) faces, as the firm's stock slid more than 60% in the last 24 hours. SVB was forced to sell a $21 billion bond portfolio at a $1.8 billion loss. CEO Greg Becker insists that the financial institution 'will be well positioned' and is 'well capitalized' going forward. SVB's stock, SIVB, was halted during the premarket trading session on Friday after the bank announced it would release news. As SVB’s Foundations Shake, Concerns Grow Over a Potential Bailout and Market Instability
Market strategists and investors are focused on Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) and U.S. financial institutions as a whole following the voluntary liquidation of Silvergate Bank. SVB is dealing with significant financial woes after the company's stock, SIVB, shed more than 60% during Thursday's trading session. SVB is well-known for its portfolio of tech and venture capital deals, but venture capital activity has slid 30% lower over the last 12 months. SVB customers spending funds at a rapid pace has made it so SVB's cash burn is much higher than venture investing.
Then SVB revealed it was selling its available-for-sale (AFS) bond portfolio for $21 billion, and the bank lost a total of $1.8 billion from the sale. 'We are taking these actions because we expect continued higher interest rates, pressured public and private markets, and elevated cash burn levels from our clients,' SVB CEO Greg Becker said in a statement...