- BlockStamp, the coin based on the Bitcoin network has gained more than close to 102% in just 24 hours.
- BlockStamp is the upgrade version of Bitcoin working on the same Blockchain network.
- BlockStamp describes itself as an up-gradation Bitcoin having fairness, security, authentication, and freedom of privacy.
BlockStamp based on Bitcoin network has gained more than close to 102% in just 24 hours, as analysis from CoinMarketCap, it showed a rise of about $0.792831 in a mere 24 hours. It has taken a massive leap in a single day and is riding the bullish momentum by increasing its value a hundred times.
BlockStamp having the ticker BST is ranked at number #97 by CoinMarketCap in the crypto world. It has gained over 109.2% on average this year in terms of USD with $1.57 per share, while it has gained 101.76% on average in terms of BTC at a value of 0.00016804 BTC.
BlockStamp has a market cap of $41,061,655 and a 24-hour volume of $12,802.17. It has a circulating supply of 26,201,713 BST out of the total supply of 33,744,679 BST. The average return on investment has increased to about 67.71%.
Yesterday’s highest point BST reached was $1.57, which is trading at the same level while the least of yesterday was at $0.648262. The trade opened at $0.778 and closed at $1.57, clocking about 103%.
BlockStamp the upgrade version of Bitcoin working on the same Blockchain network. BlockStamp describes itself as an up-gradation Bitcoin having fairness, security, authentication, and freedom of privacy.
BlockStamp widely used in the banking integrated Blockchain network where the timestamps of each transaction are secured adequately. BlockStamp has also called itself as the new and upcoming Future of document storage. BlockStamp is an end-to-end encrypted transaction network mode.
BST (BlockStamp) is said to be profitable and well-grounded as it is a fork of Bitcoin Blockchain, and due to this reason, it is more likely to be stable and well-priced. BST has the highest security in this digital world, with 2-factor authentication and multi-layered security protocols.
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