Rupee (RUP) hits new $-0.00229719840000001 price after -2.69% fall in 24 hours

May 16, 2018 - By Ellis Scott

Rupee (RUP) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $-0.00229719840000001 or -2.69% trading at $0.0830273136. According to Top Crypto Experts, Rupee (RUP) eyes $0.09133004496 target on the road to $0.133710786812897. RUP last traded at Cryptopia exchange. It had high of $0.0889343952 and low of $0.0740026056 for May 15-16. The open was $0.085324512.

Rupee (RUP) is up 11.45% in the last 30 days from $0.0745 per coin. Its down -58.05% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.1979 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago RUP traded at $0.1526. RUP has 24.47 million coins mined giving it $2.03M market cap. Rupee maximum coins available are 84.00 million. RUP uses Lyra2REv2 algorithm and PoW proof type. It was started on 04/05/2017.

Rupee is a blockchain based cryptocurrency that uses peer-to-peer network to enable digital exchanges instantly. Rupee uses an altered version of the Scrypt Proof of Work mining algorithm, initially created for an online backup service named Tarsnap. The Scrypt algorithm is a ‘password-based key derivation function’, meaning that it infers a key from a password. Rupee chose to use Scrypt mining because it’s more suitable for a general purpose processor, as opposed to ASICs mining hardware.

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