Bancor Network Token (bnt)
$0.50562724508897 [ Buy ]
0.00015026335933538 BTC
[1h] 0.31% [24h] -3.52% [7d] -23.74%
Market cap: $30,187,265 #93
Allows anyone to easily create completely liquid “smart tokens” that calculate their own prices and enable a single party to convert any token to another, without requiring a second party to exchange with.
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