IOTA Cryptocurrency Slides By 12% In The Last 6 Hours

IOTA (MIOTA-USD) Cryptocurrency is currently on bearish momentum by 12.38% in the last 6 hours. At 05:06 EST on Friday, 28 May, IOTA (MIOTA-USD) is at $1.05.

All TIme High and Low

IOTA’s current value is at $1.05 which is 79.76% below its all time high of $5.25 at Tuesday, 19 December.

IOTA’s current value is at $1.05 which is 1201.04% above its all time low of $0.081637 at Friday, 13 March.

Market Cap, Volume, and Supply

IOTA’s current market cap is at 2952228914 and total volume is at 95939864. Total supply is at 2779530283, maximum supply is at 0, and circulating supply is at 2779530283.2778.

IOTA (MIOTA-USD) Highs and Lows

IOTA (MIOTA-USD) is % down from its all-time high of $5.25 on Tuesday, 19 December

On the downside, IOTA (MIOTA-USD) is % down from its all-time low of $0.081637% on Friday, 13 March

Social Status

Currently, IOTA (MIOTA-USD) has 189728 Twitter followers and 134916 Reddit subscribers.


IOTA’s last week, last month’s, and last quarter’s current volatility was a negative 5.32%, a negative 1.47%, and a positive 5.04%, respectively.

IOTA’s current volatility rank, which measures how volatile a financial asset is (variation between the lowest and highest value in a period), was 6.23% (last week), 5.80% (last month), and 5.04% (last quarter), respectively.

Crypto Price Classification

According to the stochastic oscillator, a useful indicator of overbought and oversold conditions, IOTA’s crypto is considered to be oversold (<=20).

News about Bitcoin

BOTS acquires ATM network, launches growth strategy to deploy Bitcoin atms. According to Business Insider on Wednesday, 26 May, “BOTS is strategically positioned to capitalize on this growth due to its ownership of Bitcoin ATM patents in the U.S. and developing technology to add cryptocurrency trading capabilities to legacy ATM networks worldwide.”, “BOTS also plans on licensing its Bitcoin ATM IP to independent operators nationwide and gain significant market-share of the U.S. Bitcoin ATM market.”

Bitcoin heads toward $40,000 as cryptos bounce back from selloff. According to Bloomberg Quint on Wednesday, 26 May, “While die-hard cryptocurrency adherents believe the bull market in Bitcoin has just paused, other commentators are more circumspect.”

HSBC won’t offer Bitcoin, crypto service to wealthy, Reuters says. According to Bloomberg Quint on Tuesday, 25 May, “The bank isn’t into Bitcoin given its volatility and isn’t promoting it as an asset class within its wealth management business, Quinn said, according to the news agency.”

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