Tellor 24-Hour Trading Volume Reaches $3.25 Million (TRB)

popular cryptocurrency exchanges including Bittrex, Upbit, and HitBTC. In the last seven days, Tellor has traded up 8.7% against the dollar. Tellor (TRB) is a cryptocurrency that surged 6.1% against the dollar, in the last 24 hours. It is currently trading at $9.34, and has shown an 8.7% growth i

On June 20, the dollar rose 6.1% in value against the Tellor token. On major exchanges, one Tellor token is currently available for $9.34 (or 0.00032363 BTC). Tellor has a market capitalization of $22.41million and about $3.25million worth of Tellor were traded on exchanges over the past 24 hours.

The performance of related cryptocurrencies over the past 24 hours is shown below:

KILT Protocol, or KILT, is now trading at $0.36 (0.00001241 BTC) after a 9.8% increase against the dollar.

Aidi Finance BSC (AIDI), which trades for $0.0000 or 0.00000000 BTC, has traded 2.2% lower than the dollar.

Zoo Token (ZOOT), which trades for $0.0652, or 0.00000239 BTC, has fallen 2.2% in value against the dollar.

CareCoin (CARES), which is a cryptocurrency, has traded at $0.0809 per dollar or 0.00000297 BTC.

OmniaVerse, or OMNIA, is now trading at $0.0012 (0.00000004 BTC) after an 8.1% increase in the dollar.

Kitty Inu, or KITTY, is now trading at $95.84 (0.00338062 BTC) after a 1.9% increase against the dollar.

Hokkaidu Inu, or HOKK, is now trading at $0.0004 (0.00000001 BTC) after gaining 3.2% in value against the dollar.

Lego Coin (LEGO), which is a cryptocurrency, has traded 6.8% lower than the dollar. It now trades for $0.0126 or $0.00000044 BTC.

Jeff in Space (JEFF), which trades for $2.75, or 0.00010076 BTC, has fallen 2.2% in value against the dollar.

Lumi Credits, or LUMI, is now trading at $0.0085 (0.00000029 BTC) after a 3% increase against the dollar.

The first time it was traded was on August 1, 2019. Tellor has a total supply of 2,441,539 and circulating supply of 2,399,911. Tellor's Official Message Board is

CryptoCompare states that 'Tellor' is a decentralized Oracle system, where miners compete for data points in an on-chain database. The system uses native tokens called "Tributes" (TRB) as incentives to encourage miners to submit information through base rewards and tips for each query. To validate data updates, miners must provide proof of work solutions. A TRB deposit is required as a stake or bond. TRB can also be used to govern valid data via disputes, and system upgrades that are proposed by token holders and voted upon. TRB supply is determined by the amount of tokens used and the mining rate. 50% of each block's tips are given to miners, and 50% are burned.

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