FileCoin

FileCoin (FIL)

$ 7.8833188

Market Cap Volume Last Trade

FileCoin Details

Built On Launch Date Proof Type Max Supply Circulating Supply Website
2017-07-19 N/A 2,000,000,000 212,745,072 NO
Platform Block Reward Block Time Block Number Net Hashes Per Sec FileCoin
blockchain 21.171817893876 30.51 1,825,845 0 Trade

FileCoin (FIL) price today is $7.8833188 USD. Trading volume was $35,813,360.32 USD in the last 24 hours. Current market cap of FileCoin is $1,677,137,226 USD. FileCoin has a circulating supply of 212,745,072 FIL coins out of a maximum supply of 2,000,000,000 FIL coins.

How to buy FileCoin

FileCoin is a top cryptocurrency and is available on all major cryptocurrency exchanges. The best places to buy FileCoin for low fees and best prices are
Binance
Coinbase

Where to buy

You can buy FileCoin with GBP in the UK using Crypto.com, Coinbase, and Luno. In France and the rest of the EU, you can also buy FileCoin with EURO on these same exchanges. In places where buying Crypto is difficult e.g. Nigeria, you can buy bitcoin with the local currency (naira) by using Binance P2P and swapping with FileCoin You can find other places to buy FileCoin (FIL) on our long list of the best cryptocurrency exchanges.

FileCoin Wallets

The best wallets for FileCoin are Ledger, Trezor, Math Wallet, and Trust Wallet Find more FileCoin (FIL) news by visiting the FileCoin Website and the FileCoin Twitter
Rank Exchange Country Coin Types Fees Trade
1 Cayman Islands 378 Currencies including FIL 0,10% More infos
2 Cyprus 34 Currencies including FIL 0,10% > 1% More infos
3 US 107 Currencies including FIL 1,49% > 3,99% More infos
4 British Virgin Islands 150 Currencies including FIL 0,10% > 0,20% More infos

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