MintCoin (MINT) dropped -25.00% in less than 24 hours

June 7, 2018 - By Marry Poplack

MintCoin (MINT) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $-7.71719E-05 or -25.00% trading at $0.0002315157. According to Crypto Experts, MintCoin (MINT) eyes $0.00025466727 target on the road to $0.000388825480765476. MINT last traded at Cryptopia exchange. It had high of $0.0003086876 and low of $0.0002315157 for June 6-7. The open was $0.0003086876.

MintCoin (MINT) is down -49.65% in the last 30 days from $0.0004598 per coin. Its down -87.15% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.001801 and the annual trend is up. 200 days ago MINT traded at $8.043E-05. MINT has 21.29 billion coins mined giving it $4.93M market cap. MintCoin maximum coins available are . MINT uses Scrypt algorithm and PoS proof type. It was started on 06/02/2014.

Mintcoin is a community owned and operated pure PoS coin. Send your coins to your wallet and earn high yielding interest for saving your coins while securing the Mintcoin network. 

There is no coin cap, in order to replace lost coins and provide sustainable global scalability. The coin now runs 100% POS (proof-of-stake) to secure the network. After the year 2016, Stakers aka Minters will receive a fixed 5% APR (annual percentage rate) indefinitely, as a reward for securing the network.

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