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QC Qcash Cryptocurrency Price and Chart

Qcash (QC)



Rank 265
Market Cap

71 273 797 $

Volume (24h)

559 210 668 $

Circulation Supply

460 000 200 QC

Max. Supply

10 000 000 000 QC

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Qcash is a stablecoin that aims to mirror the value of the CNY(Chinese Yuan). The idea was to create a stable cryptocurrency that can be used like digital CNY. The price of 1 Qcash is 1 CNY. Users can use 1 CNY to buy 1 QC and then use QC to trade cryptoassets.

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Qcash Statistics



Market Cap

71 273 797$

Volume (24h)

559 210 668$

Change (1h)

0.08 %

Change (24h)

0.03 %

Change (7d)

0.14 %

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