Expanse (EXP) plunges -15.05% on December 6-7

December 7, 2017 - By Adrian Erickson

Expanse (EXP) had a bad 24 hours as the cryptocurrency declined $-0.39 or -15.05% trading at $2.23. According to Global Crypto Analysts, Expanse (EXP) eyes $2.45 target on the road to $6.00. EXP last traded at BitTrex exchange. It had high of $2.78 and low of $2.06 for December 6-7. The open was $2.62.

Expanse (EXP) is up 21.69% in the last 30 days from $1.83 per coin. Its down -40.46% in the last 100 days since when traded at $3.74 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago EXP traded at $2.48. EXP has 7.91 million coins mined giving it $17.61M market cap. Expanse maximum coins available are 16.91 million. EXP uses Ethash algorithm and PoW proof type. It was started on 03/07/2015.

Expanse is a decentralized cryptographic information application and contract platform. It is among the first of such to be fairly distributed democratically controlled and community managed. Through the use of smart contracts and decentralized blockchain technology it is run not by any one individual or group but by the users of Expanse itself.

The project is organized managed and operated through a decentralized organization leveraging direct influence over the platform and its future to those that matter most: our community. New features integration and core modifications of the expanse platform and organization can be nominated voted on and implemented according to the collective opinion.

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