As for cryptocurrency on the downside, with a 17% drop in the past 24 hours

Quant (QNT-USD) The cryptocurrency is currently on a bearish momentum of 17.14% over the past 24 hours. At 1:10 p.m. EST on Friday, June 18, Quant (QNT-USD) is at $ 63.04.


The latest volume reported today for Quant is 10,880,510, which is 44.17% above its average volume of 7,547,145.62.

All the time up and down

Quant’s current value is $ 63.04, down 20.85% from its all-time high of $ 80.3 on Thursday, June 17.

Quant’s current value is $ 63.04, or 29,355.39% above its all-time low of $ 80.3 on Thursday, August 23.

Market capitalization and supply

Quant’s current market cap is 818273572. The total supply is 14,612,493.00, the maximum supply is 14,612,493.00 and the outstanding supply is 12,874,667.47.

Social status

Currently, Quant (QNT-USD) has 28,916 Twitter followers and 4,419 Reddit followers.


Quant’s current volatility last week, last month and last quarter was 0.64%, 1.26% and 6.10%, respectively.

Quant’s current volatility ranking, which measures the degree of volatility of a financial asset (change between the lowest value and the highest value over a period), was 3.19% respectively (the last week), 8.59% (last month) and 6.10% (last quarter). .

Bitcoin News

The World Bank cannot. but the IMF could help El Salvador adopt Bitcoin. According to FX Empire on Thursday, June 17, “The World Bank has rejected El Salvador’s request for technical assistance on implementing Bitcoin as legal tender.”, “A World Bank spokesperson told Reuters that while she wants to help El Salvador in a number of ways, including currency transparency and regulatory processes, adopting Bitcoin is not one of them. “

Danske Bank maintains Bitcoin ban despite growing customer interest. According to Bloomberg Quint on Friday, June 18, “Danske Bank A / S has stated that it will maintain a ban preventing the trading of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies on its platforms, despite the clear interest of clients in experimenting with such assets. . “,” And they listed the carbon emissions of the vast computing power required to mine Bitcoin as yet another reason to take a “very careful approach” to these assets. “

According to Business Insider on Friday, June 18, “Other countries will follow El Salvador’s lead for two main reasons, making bitcoin legal tender will attract Bitcoin entrepreneurs and ease the burden of sending money internationally.” Edward Moya, senior market analyst at OANDA, told Insider. “

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