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CRE Price:
$67.6 K
All Time High:
Market Cap:
$7.0 M

Circulating Supply:
Total Supply:
Max Supply:


The price of #CRE today is $0.00531 USD.

The lowest CRE price for this period was $0, the highest was $0.00531, and the current live price for one CRE coin is $0.00531111.

The all-time high CRE coin price was $0.044.

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


The code for Carry crypto currency is #CRE.

Carry is 3.1 years old.


The current market capitalization for Carry is $7,014,999.

Carry is ranked #629, by market cap (and other factors).


The trading volume is modest during the past 24 hours for #CRE.

Today's 24-hour trading volume across all exchanges for Carry is $67,578.


The circulating supply of CRE is 1,320,815,732 coins, which is 81% of the maximum coin supply.


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


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



TD Securities Analyst Says Gold Sell-off May Not Be Over — Carry a...

    Precious metals markets continue to flounder this week as gold's value per troy ounce has slid by 6.53% in value against the U.S. dollar during the last month, while silver has shed 2.34% in 30 days. Amid the raging inflation worldwide and the hawkish central banks, gold and silver prices have struggled in 2022 and investors expected quite the opposite to happen.Precious Metals Continue to Tank in Value The nominal U.S. dollar value per troy ounce of gold (Au) and silver (Ag) has dropped between 0.18% (Au) and 0.27% (Ag) during the last 24 hours. Over the last 30 days, the price of gold slipped 6.531% lower against the U.S. dollar, and silver lost 2.34% against the greenback during the same time frame. The losses precious metals have been dealing with are occurring while global inflation has run rampant and the world economy faces turbulent markets. Furthermore, the U.S. Federal Reserve hiked the benchmark bank rate by 75 basis points (bps) last Wednesday, and the U.S. Dollar Currency Index (DXY) soared to a 20-year high the following Friday. TD Securities global head of commodity markets strategy, Bart Melek, told Kitco News on Friday that the recent Fed rate hike has been a net negative for gold. 'We've seen significant increases in the markets' estimates of what the federal funds rate will do over the next year. It is quite a big difference from a month ago, and it is in line with the Fed being more aggressive,' Melek said. The TD Securities commodity markets strategist ... read More

Cryptocurrencies Carry Systemic Risks, Threaten Ruble, Bank of Russia In...

    The spread of cryptocurrencies brings significant risks for Russia's economy, financial stability, and national fiat, the monetary authority in Moscow has reiterated. The central bank has reaffirmed its hardline stance on decentralized digital money in a new report published as the government prepares to regulate the Russian crypto space.Central Bank of Russia Issues Warnings About Cryptocurrencies Russians' growing interest in cryptocurrencies, their significant crypto investments, and the high risks associated with crypto operations create potential systemic threats, the Central Bank of Russia (CBR) has pointed out in its annual report for 2021. Expanding on a long list of previously highlighted negatives related to digital currencies like bitcoin, the monetary authority stated: There is a risk of undermining the circulation of money and loss of sovereignty for the national currency. The regulator is repeating earlier warnings that digital assets increase the risk of outflow of funds from the traditional financial system towards the still largely unregulated crypto market. This transfer of savings threatens the financial stability of Russian banks, the CBR says, quoted by RBC Crypto. Bank of Russia remains concerned about the 'well-being of citizens' as in its view, the growth of the crypto market forms a bubble while cryptocurrencies bear characteristics of financial pyramids. Investor protection is limited and investments in digital coins can be lost due to price volatili... read More

Highlighting Risk: These Crypto Coins Carry The Most Leverage

    Crypto leverage has been high across some particular digital assets in the space. Global open Interest in the space still sits at a reasonable point currently, but some assets boast significantly higher open interest to market cap ratios than others. Thus, this report will be examining the leverage for these assets to see which ones carry elevated leverage. Altcoins Lead In Leverage Bitcoin and ethereum no doubt still command the largest share of the global crypto open interest but when it comes to the percentage of their market cap which their open interest commands, it falls short when compared to other digital assets in the space. However, these digital assets have shown a far higher open interest to market cap ratio than bitcoin and ethereum. For perspective, the open interest to market cap ratio for crypto coins such as bitcoin and ethereum sit at 1.97% and 2.19% respectively. Each of these assets has an open interest at $15.5 billion and $8 billion. Other cryptocurrencies with newfound fame boast of a much higher ratio despite only boasting a small percentage of the global open interest in the crypto space. Altcoins lead open interest to market cap ratio - Source: Arcane Research The highest of these is SUSHI, which leads the charge with a whopping 10.09% open interest to market cap ratio. The relatively new cryptocurrency leads the second-highest by almost 1.5%. YFI placed second at 8.59%, with CRV and EOS at third and fourth position with 8.30% and 5.95% respectively.... read More

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