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Apollo (APL) price, chart, coin profile and news
Find the latest Apollo (APL) price, coin profile, news and history to get you started with Apollo trading and investing.
What is Apollo?
Apollo is the native cryptocurrency of the Apollo blockchain. The Apollo blockchain was designed by Apollo Fintech, a fintech company with a focus on leading the financial technology race. According to the whitepaper, the company has been the first to develop sharding at the database level for an active blockchain, which reduces transaction costs and increases the efficiency of data organisation. The blockchain is split into both Hermes and Olympus development segments. Utilising the Apollo blockchain infrastructure, Apollo Fintech offers a number of turnkey solutions for governments, businesses and individual consumers. Government solutions include the National Currency Platform which assists with tasks such as banking, tax and polling. It also includes the ability to host a nation's currency. Business solutions include bank transfers and white labelling. Consumer solutions include the Knox Exchange and Know World Pay. The native Apollo cryptocurrency powers the Apollo platform and is designed to be a one-stop shop cryptocurrency. It can be used to facilitate smart contracts, decentralised file sharing, decentralised exchange and wealth transfer.
Apollo (APL) is the 747th largest cryptocurrency in the world by market cap, valued at $35,447,716. The current price of Apollo is $0.00241386, which is -12.287% lower than yesterday. Prices have ranged between $0.00277495 and $0.00230387 over the past 24 hours. All prices are listed in US dollars and accurate as of January 19, 2022 01:01 UTC.
Apollo (APL) priceUse our graph to track the performance of (APL) over time.
Apollo at a glance
|Total APL supply||21,165,096,531|
|All time high||US$0.00973484|
|All time high date||April 04, 2021|
Apollo price performance over time
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