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XDN Price:
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$265.6 K

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #XDN today is $0.0000325 USD.

The lowest XDN price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.0000325, and the exact current price of one XDN crypto coin is $0.00003250.

The all-time high XDN coin price was $0.11.

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


The code for DigitalNote crypto currency is #XDN.

DigitalNote is 9.7 years old.


The current market capitalization for DigitalNote is $265,632.

DigitalNote is ranked #976, by market cap (and other factors).


There is a weak volume of trading today on #XDN.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for DigitalNote is $350.


The circulating supply of XDN is 8,174,333,640 coins, which is 100% of the total coin supply.


XDN has limited pairings with other cryptocurrencies, but has at least 4 pairings and is listed on at least 3 crypto exchanges.

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



DigitalNote end of 2021 wrap up

DigitalNote end of 2021 wrap up — 2021 end of year wrap up. — This year has shown up like a stranger to your Christmas party. You were polite, they were rude. You were gracious, they took advantage. You provided food and drink, they ate it all and had the audacity to complain after. As we come to the close of a gauntlet style 2021, we reflect on some achievements and some of the challenges we have had to endure. Whilst we achieved significant improvements to the security of our core code during 2021, we had some three major setbacks. The first 2 were devastating to the community and the team. Setback 1 — where around 920M XDN were minted as a result of a bug in the Bitcoin core software and sold on the open market., Setback 2 — where 2B XDN were stolen from our burn addresses and sold on the open market., These exploits triggered a significant loss to our capital base and increased our circulatory supply by 3B. This caused the price of XDN to drop to the lowest levels seen in years, trading at sub 2 SATS for a significant period of time. Setback 3 — The third setback was when Bittrex removed the XDN/BTC pairing without notice. This caused the price to drop to sub 1 SAT with the availability of the XDN/USDT pair remaining on Bittrex. A single pairing has the potential to move higher volume levels with a net positive to the trading ecosystem of XDN., Depending on your current XDN position,...

DigitalNote Official Transitional Statement

Those familiar with DigitalNote’s history may know that one of the hardest things that XDN has struggled with in the past was the unification of its community and developers. Traders come and go, but it takes a team of self-motivated, skilled developers and a passionate community to succeed. Together we’ve experienced numerous technical advances and progress since the coin’s conception in 2014 when privacy coins were only first being experimented with. It all started as an anonymous cryptocurrency known as “duckNote” then evolved into “DarkNote”, which added encrypted messaging, and eventually took a quantum leap into “DigitalNote” with blockchain staking and merged mining. DigitalNote started as a fork of Bytecoin, just like Monero, and is arguably more technologically advanced than many of its cryptonote brothers. Throughout the years DigitalNote has blossomed into a powerful force verses censorship and government surveillance. Worldwide events and the prevalence of leak culture have continued to transform our societies for the better, amplifying the importance of encrypted, untraceable technologies such as DigitalNote that provide true financial privacy and P2P bank functionality. After months of trying to contact the previous developers, XDN’s future looked bleak. Something had to be done. Veteran community members and skilled developers gathered together about a month ago in a dedicated effort to conti...

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