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Decentraland (MANA) Historical Price & Volume Charts
|Mkt. Cap||USD 55,306,241||Volume 24H||USD 9,557,445|
|Mkt. Share||0.03 %||Available Supply||1,050,141,509|
|Change % (1H)||1.89 %||Max Supply||0|
|Change % (24H)||-6.06 %||Total Supply||2,644,403,343|
|Change % (7D)||-5.32 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 2 hours ago|
Decentraland Historical Data
What is Decentraland? - Tokenized Minecraft? - #REVIEW
DECENTRALAND (MANA) PRICE PREDICTION | DECENTRALAND (MANA)PRICE REVIEW 2019
Decentraland (MANA) Reviews & Critics
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- don't forget that 10 years ago nobody saw crypto coming let alone rising to where it is, and further back nobody thought the internet would be a thing, or even computers for that matter, now we all walk around with pocket sized computers in our hands connected to the internet. Not saying Decentraland will be huge, but it could be. A year after this vid it's still being developed but people have made decent profits on it, and it's still cheap enough to get a decent a stack of mana for not much at all. I think it's worth getting 2 pizzas worth and see where it goes.
- This is an amazing project. Just like their website sites, it's only the bronze age stage. The graphics look terrible now, but it's how Atari 2600 30 years ago is to Final Final Fantasy today. People are going to buy property from others and erect more and more beautiful structures and works of art and marketplaces. It will be historic because it will eventually come to be known as the first ever decentralized virtual city. And the laws of physics won't apply so imagine the possibilities. This is just one city. If you look into the future they'll be many cities and eventually many planets with cities. We are in the initial stages of a total immersion Matrix-style existence
- Digital lemonade? Really? And WHAT THE FUCK AM I GONNA DO WITH DIGITAL LEMONADE...
- I'd rather keep my money in "Real-land"