Dyngecoin (DYNGE)

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Blockchain: Dyngecoin
Ticker: DYNGE
Type: Cryptocurrency
Proof type: Proof of Work (PoW)
Algorithm: Cryptonight
Block time (sec): 30

Market Cap:

$162 414

Fully Diluted Valuation:

$3 870 000


Circ.*: 41 967 555 631
Total: 1 000 000 000 000
Max: 1 000 000 000 000


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* The circulating and total supply can be subject to changes. Always check the official website.

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What is Dyngecoin?

“Cryptocoin for the environment.

Project focus on finding a use for useless stuff.

For example, the first Dynged started on a discarded pc that got repaired.”

Coin information:
Dyngecoin with the ticker DYNGE is a cryptocurrency from Norway with a current market cap of $162 414.
The algorithm of the blockchain is ‘Cryptonight’ and it has a ‘Proof of Work (PoW)’ proof type.
It currently has a circulating supply of 41 967 555 631 and a total supply of 1 000 000 000 000 DYNGE.

Visit dyngecoin.com for more information about Dyngecoin and which wallet to use to store DYNGE coins.
You can use this block explorer to track the balance of an address and all the transactions.

Price information:
The current price of Dyngecoin (DYNGE) is $0.0000 with a trading volume of $0 in the last 24 hours.
For $100 you can currently buy around 25839793.2786 DYNGE tokens.

All prices are in USD. Last updated: 9576 minutes ago.

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