Pangea Arbitration Token (Bitnation) (XPAT) reaaliaikainen kurssi - €0.00000715

Pangea Arbitration Token (Bitnation) (XPAT) reaaliaikainen kurssi - €0.000007152018-12-10T00:07:53+00:00

Pangea Arbitration Token (Bitnation) (XPAT) on tällä hetkellä €0.00000715 ja sen markkina-arvo on €249,815. Kurssikehitys on -7.96% alaspäin viimeisten 24 tunnin aikana.
Tällä sivulla näet reaaliaikaisen hinnan lisäksi kryptovaluutan historiallisen kurssidatan sekä tuoreimmat uutiset.

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    Pangea Arbitration Token (Bitnation) (XPAT)
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    33.90 B XPAT
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The Pangea Arbitration Token (PAT) is an ERC20 compatible in-app token for the Pangea Jurisdiction. The PAT token is a reward token for accumulating proof-of-reputation tokens. Non-tradable reputation tokens are issued issued when Citizens create a contract, successfully complete a contract, or resolve a dispute attached to a contract. PAT is algorithmically distributed based on performance, rather than purchasing power, popularity or attention.


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