Ultimate Secure Cash (USC) plunges -47.08% on December 5-6

December 6, 2017 - By Darrin Black

Ultimate Secure Cash (USC) had a bad 24 hours as the crypto declined $-0.05 or -47.08% trading at $0.06. According to Global Crypto Analysts, Ultimate Secure Cash (USC) eyes $0.06 target on the road to $0.16. USC last traded at Yobit exchange. It had high of $0.11 and low of $0.06 for December 5-6. The open was $0.11. About 2 USC worth $1 traded hands.

Ultimate Secure Cash (USC) is down -21.53% in the last 30 days from $0.07 per coin. Its up 29.70% in the last 100 days since when traded at $0.04 and the annual trend is up. 200 days ago USC traded at $0.00 (non existent). USC has 10.34 million coins mined giving it $593,619 market cap. Ultimate Secure Cash maximum coins available are 200.08 million. USC uses SHA256 algorithm and PoS proof type. It was started on 09/04/2017.

Ultimate Secure Cash is a Proof of Stake cryptocurrency using the same algorithm as Bitcoin SHA256.

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