MINA Price Data W/C Mon 26th July

WEEKLY MINA PRICE CHART W/C Mon 26th July 2021

Here is the weekly price data for MINA for the week commencing 26th July 2021. MINA started the week in a positive way, more than likely coinciding with Bitcoin pushing up above the $30-35k range it had been stuck in for what seemed like an eternity, hitting the $40-42k range bringing an air of positivity hit the markets. Friday was the most exciting day as MINA’s price increased from $1.49 to a high of $1.73, closing at $1.65 and performing much better than most of the top 200 cryptocurrencies. As the week closed and BTC dipped back under $40k again MINA’s price returned to a low, but still fairly strong $1.54. If BTC can find traction at $42k+ in the coming week there are signs that prices can once again head in the right direction. 

Date

Open*

High

Low

Close**

Volume

Market Cap

Aug 01, 2021

$1.65

$1.66

$1.54

$1.55

$10,561,458

$289,031,579

Jul 31, 2021

$1.49

$1.73

$1.49

$1.65

$14,831,451

$306,802,629

Jul 30, 2021

$1.36

$1.50

$1.35

$1.49

$7,421,951

$276,145,297

Jul 29, 2021

$1.38

$1.41

$1.30

$1.36

$5,753,528

$251,774,199

Jul 28, 2021

$1.43

$1.48

$1.32

$1.38

$6,519,890

$254,328,371

Jul 27, 2021

$1.43

$1.50

$1.32

$1.43

$7,809,704

$262,261,326

Jul 26, 2021

$1.43

$1.53

$1.34

$1.43

$14,940,823

$260,083,396

Click on the tag ‘Weekly Mina Price Chart‘ to see the weekly prices since launch. 

 

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