Stellar Lumens

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Trading volume 24h
Volume / Market Cap
All time high
Circulating supply
Max supply
‪50.00 B‬
Total supply

About Stellar Lumens

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Stellar launched in 2015 as a new and quirky alternative to storing and moving money. The protocol links people, banks, and other financial institutions with the intention of reducing transaction costs and time lags between transfers. Its native token Lumens (XLM) is used as an intermediary between different fiat currencies. For example, the protocol can convert deposits into XLM, then convert XLM into the requested currency. As with many other crypto projects, Stellar also seeks to bring its technology to developing communities that either feel the burden of traditional banking or are unable to access it at all.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Stellar Lumens (XLM) reached its highest price on May 16, 2021 — it amounted to 0.7985 USD. Find more insights on the XLM price chart.
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Stellar Lumens (XLM) reached the lowest price of 0.0260 USD on Mar 13, 2020. View more Stellar Lumens dynamics on the price chart.
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Stellar Lumens has the limit of ‪50.00 B‬ coins. No matter how the currency evolves, no new coins will be released after this number is reached.
The safest choice when buying XLM is to go to a well-known crypto exchange. Some of the popular names are Binance, Coinbase, Kraken. But you'll have to find a reliable broker and create an account first. You can trade XLM right from TradingView charts — just choose a broker and connect to your account.
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