Symbol: ordi
Last update: February 24, 2024, 3:55 am CET
Current Price (USD): 58,52 $
Price (BTC): 0,00151 BTC

Fully Diluted Valuation ⓘ: 0 $

Market Data

Rank: 71
24h Volume: 203 037 000 $
Market Cap: 1 228 660 000 $
Total Supply: 21 000 000
Circ. Supply: 0
Last update: 2024-02-24 03:55:53
Price Change (1h):
0.184723 %
Price Change (24h):
-8.92168 %
Price Change (7d):
-15.6352 %

Social Media and Sources

Source Code: N/A
ATH Price: 28.52 $ (2023-05-08 10:00:30)
% from ATH: -29.7473 %
ATL Price: 14.39 $ (2023-05-09 03:04:59)
% from ATL: 39.1714 %
ICO Price: N/A (2023-05-10 05:29:37)
Hashing Algorithm: N/A
Type of Proof: N/A


Technical analysis according to the website Tradingview.com


In a move that has caught the attention of cryptocurrency enthusiasts and traders alike, Binance, one of the world's leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has announced the listing of Ordinals (ORDI). According to information received from external sources, Binance will introduce ORDI to its platform with trading pairs including ORDI/BTC, ORDI/USDT, and ORDI/TRY becoming available from November 7, 2023, at 10:00 UTC. Users have been given the green light to deposit ORDI in anticipation of trading activities. Moreover, withdrawals for ORDI are slated to commence on November 8, 2023, at 06:30 UTC. In an unprecedented move underscoring Binance’s confidence in the new asset, the listing fee for ORDI has been set at 0 BNB. Promotional Deposit Activity and Margin Pair Addition

The central banks of Canada, England, Japan, Switzerland, and the European Central Bank, along with the US Federal Reserve, announced today a coordinated action to improve the provision of dollar liquidity through standing credit lines. But what does this mean? The Federal Reserve System (FED) supplies most of the money abroad through "dollar liquidity credit lines." Essentially, it lends dollars for a fixed period to foreign central banks and accepts their local currencies at market exchange rates. At the end of the loans, the FED exchanges the currencies back at the original exchange rate and collects interest.

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