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$0.19
9/25/2022, 8:56:16 PM
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Market

Market stats

Market cap

$19.0M

Volume (24h)

$1.3M

Circulating supply

99.6M NULS

All time high

$8.54

Price change (1h)

-0.01%

Price change (24h)

-2.23%

Price change (7d)

-10.82%

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NULS is on the decline this week.

The price of NULS has fallen by 10.82% in the past 7 days. The price declined by 2.23% in the last 24 hours. In just the past hour, the price shrunk by 0.01%. The current price is $0.190121 per NULS. NULS is 97.77% below the all time high of $8.54.

The current circulating supply is 99,620,739.312 NULS.

About

What is NULS (NULS)?

NULS (NULS) is a decentralized platform that allows users to employ advanced technologies and develop that market-leading product with the help of blockchain. According to its whitepaper, NULS aims to provide fluid, cost-effective, time-saving solutions for developers even with minimum blockchain experience.

NULS offers a new blockchain that solves the needs of a wide range of businesses and easily handles development improvements without threatening the underlying protocol. NULS is a blockchain with a modular-based architecture enabling customizable modules and cross-chain interactions. The platform has a two-part architectural design, namely micro-service and functional modules. NULS also adopts the pluggable principle that allows to add or remove modules during operation. 

The NULS platform offers a business model that bridges the gap of trust in using the technology and allows users to customize their side-chain to fit the requirements. The platform abstracts the developers from working on complex concepts such as cryptography, consensus mechanisms, and storage methods. Hence, developers remain focused on their skillset. Furthermore, NULS aims to be an eco-friendly technology, time-tested 3rd gen blockchain, and cost saver.

NULS is the native token of the NULS platform. The users can use NULS tokens to set up nodes, create tokens, vote, and stake. Also, users can engage in staking. NULS into one of the many projects on the NULS SCO platform or stake to earn more NULS through cross-chain technology. The SCO platform allows NULS based projects to issue and distribute tokens safely to NULS holders using smart-contract blockchains. Every NULS holder can participate in the community governance where community members decide the platform's development.

History of NULS (NULS)

Liesa Lijun Huang founded the NULS platform on September 27, 2017. The maximum total supply of the NULS platform is 40,000,000 NULS.

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FAQ

What is the current price of NULS?

The price of 1 NULS currently costs $0.19.

What is the market cap of NULS?

The current market cap of NULS is $19.00M. A high market cap implies that the asset is highly valued by the market.

What is the all time high of NULS?

The all-time high of NULS is $8.54. This all-time high is highest price paid for NULS since it was launched.

What is the 24 hour trading volume of NULS?

Over the last 24 hours, the trading volume of NULS is $1.26M.

What other assets are similar to NULS?

Assets that have a similar market cap to NULS include VerusCoin, CUDOS, StaFi, and many others. To see a full list, see our comparable market cap assets.

How many NULS are there?

The current circulating supply of NULS is 100 million.

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