Perpetual Protocol (PERP)
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Perpetual Protocol Details
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Perpetual Protocol (PERP) price today is $1.0810000 USD. Trading volume was $943,813.56 USD in the last 24 hours. Current market cap of Perpetual Protocol is $162,150,000 USD. Perpetual Protocol has a circulating supply of 0 PERP coins out of a maximum supply of -1 PERP coins.
How to buy Perpetual Protocol
Perpetual Protocol is a top cryptocurrency and is available on all major cryptocurrency exchanges. The best places to buy Perpetual Protocol for low fees and best prices are
Where to buy
You can buy Perpetual Protocol with GBP in the UK using Crypto.com, Coinbase, and Luno. In France and the rest of the EU, you can also buy Perpetual Protocol 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 Perpetual Protocol
You can find other places to buy Perpetual Protocol (PERP) on our long list of the best cryptocurrency exchanges.
Perpetual Protocol Wallets
|1||Binance||Cayman Islands||378 Currencies including PERP||0,10%||More infos|
|2||Etoro||Cyprus||34 Currencies including PERP||0,10% > 1%||More infos|
|3||Coinbase||US||107 Currencies including PERP||1,49% > 3,99%||More infos|
|4||Bitfinex||British Virgin Islands||150 Currencies including PERP||0,10% > 0,20%||More infos|
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