Databroker

Databroker Price

(DTX)
$0.0199 (-0.37%)
Rank #1236
Market Cap$1,531,711 USD
24h Volume$9,346 USD (-2.8%)
Circulating Supply76,968,572 DTX
Total Supply225,000,000 DTX

Databroker Price Chart

What Is Databroker's Price Today?

Databroker (DTX) is trading at $0.0199 USD, decreasing by -2.8% since yesterday. Databroker has traded $9,346 USD in the last 24 hours.

Databroker (DTX) is the #1236 largest cryptocurrency by market cap as of June 13, 2021, with a market cap of $1,531,711 USD.

How Much Did Databroker Raise?

The Databroker ICO (initial coin offering) raised $3,544,538 USD by selling 32223072.727272727 Databroker tokens at a price of $0.11 USD. The Databroker ICO began on March 19, 2018 and ended on June 30, 2018. Key team members during the Databroker ICO included Jonathan Johnson, Richard Kastelein, and Julien Marlair.

What Is Databroker Cryptocurrency (DTX)?

Global market for local data

How Many Databroker Coins Are There?

There are currently 76,968,572 Databroker coins circulating out of a max supply of 225,000,000.

Buying/Selling Databroker On Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Databroker is trading on 3 markets. In the last 24 hours, Databroker was most traded on ProBit Exchange and Uniswap (V2). The most traded Databroker pairs in the last 24 hours are DTX/USDT and DTX/KRW.

Databroker Markets

#ExchangeMarketVolume (24hr)
Price
Volume %
1ProBit ExchangeDTX/USDT
2 hours ago
$247
247 USDT
$0.047252.64%
2ProBit ExchangeDTX/KRW
22 days ago
$44
49,313 KRW
$0.116250.47%
3Uniswap (V2)DTX/USDT
2 hours ago
$0
0 USDT
$0.031940%

Databroker Token Metrics

Percentage of DTX on Exchanges

0.0%
Tokens held on exchanges
Rank out of 1,082 coins

Percentage of Early Investors Still HODLing

346.9%
Early investors still HODLing
Rank out of 1,102 coins

Unique Wallets HODLing Token

1,510
Wallets
Rank out of 1,105 coins

Percentage of Tokens Held By Top 100 Wallets

95.4%
Tokens held by top 100
Rank out of 1,105 coins

Databroker Fundamentals

% of supply in circulation
34.2%
Blockchain
Ethereum
Completed ICO
Yes