Simplicity (SPL)

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Blockchain: Simplicity
Ticker: SPL
Type: Cryptocurrency
Proof type: Hybrid PoW/PoS + MN
Algorithm: SHA256
Block time (sec): 80

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Fully Diluted Valuation:


Circ.*: 3 705 669 888
Total: 3 705 669 888
Max: 7 000 000 000


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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 Simplicity?

Coin information:
Simplicity with the ticker SPL is a decentralized cryptocurrency.
The algorithm of the blockchain is ‘SHA256’ and it has a ‘Hybrid PoW/PoS + MN’ proof type.
It currently has a circulating supply of 3705669888, a total supply of 3705669888 and the max supply is 7000000000 SPL.

Visit simplicity-coin.org for more information about Simplicity and which wallet to use to store SPL coins.
You can use this block explorer to track the balance of an address and all the transactions: simplicity-coin.org
Last updated: 5895 minutes ago.

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