TokenCard (TKN) dropped $-0.01973205 in 24 hours

June 17, 2018 - By Peter Erickson

TokenCard (TKN) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $-0.01973205 or -1.67% trading at $1.16216715. According to Top Crypto Analysts, TokenCard (TKN) eyes $1.278383865 target on the road to $2.63500228387152. TKN last traded at Liqui exchange. It had high of $1.2152919 and low of $1.1586255 for June 16-17. The open was $1.1818992.

TokenCard (TKN) is down -13.27% in the last 30 days from $1.34 per coin. Its down -13.27% in the last 100 days since when traded at $1.34 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago TKN traded at $1.33. TKN has 39.41 million coins mined giving it $45.80 million market cap. TokenCard maximum coins available are 39.41M. TKN uses algorithm and proof type. It was started on 25/04/2017.

The TokenCard is a project that focuses on providing an easy method for users to interact and secure their tokens. It allows users to keep their Ethereum-based tokens secure and under user-set spending and security parameters through the Token Contract Wallet. Thee tokens can be spend through the physical TokenCard, nabling online payments, PoS transactions and ATM withdrawals.

The TokenCard token is also an Ethereum-based asset, holding a pro-rata claim on the TKN Asset Contract. This Asset Contract accrues a 1% licensing fee (enforced by smart contracts) on all TokenCard transactions. At any time, TKN holders can redeem their share of the underlying assets by ‘cashing and burning’ the TKN tokens.

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