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Most volatile cryptos

Most volatile cryptos

7.08k followers31 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to track and discover the most volatile cryptocurrencies over the last 20 days. Each coin's volatility is calculated based on its standard deviation over a 20-day period.

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Follow this list to track and discover the most volatile cryptocurrencies over the last 20 days. Each coin's volatility is calculated based on its standard deviation over a 20-day period.


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WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
Most volatile cryptos+29.59%---

31 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
VETH-USDVenus ETH USD42.63399+1.53+3.72%8:39 am UTC91.83M91.39M86.72M USD0.08222973+0.00+3.52%11:54 pm UTC320.52k213.60k20.33M
PORTO-USDFC Porto Fan Token USD1.7978317+0.01+0.30%11:54 pm UTC3.25M2.56M14.02M
TULIP-USDTulip Protocol USD2.1096783+0.27+14.72%11:55 pm UTC45.26k34.93k1.72M
ERSDL-USDunFederalReserve USD0.0016536852+0.00+1.77%11:54 pm UTC725.005.88k728.08k
NPAS-USDNew Paradigm Assets Solution USD0.002700563--6:15 pm UTC2.00--
KEI24481-USDKei Finance USD0.0573099--12:38 pm UTC205.00--
WEBAI-USDWeb Ai USD0.00005522407--6:15 pm UTC---
MWS21598-USDMeta Warriors USD0.0012938601--6:19 pm UTC14.0039.00-
SFOX-USDSTONEDFOX USD3.9511304e-11--0.00%6:15 pm UTC7.00--
POVCHAIN-USDPOV Chain USD6.374485e-14--0.00%6:15 pm UTC1.32k--
RLTM-USDReality Metaverse USD0.0029267194-0.00-22.11%4:05 am UTC3.21k207.49k-
SCHRODINGER-USDElon Cat USD0.000034621262--6:15 pm UTC226.0017.87k-
XZO-USDExzo USD0.0001842134--6:15 pm UTC267.00199.90k-
DICE6501-USDTRONbetDice USD0.008495913--6:15 pm UTC16.0084.00-
BURN27297-USD-0.0000037634602--6:15 pm UTC6.00811.00-
CAW20-USD-0.0000010833294--6:15 pm UTC-156.00-
POLAR17395-USDPOLARNODES USD0.00003034903--6:15 pm UTC12.006.00-
HRCC-USD-1.8013382+0.30+19.74%8:19 am UTC261.0026.00-
LINSPIRIT-USDlinSpirit USD0.0010362683+0.00+4.28%11:54 pm UTC279.00208.00-
FELIX28444-USD-1.18541365e-7+0.00+20.63%11:54 pm UTC16.72k--
ZKPAD-USDzkLaunchpad USD0.0029977579-0.00-0.53%11:54 pm UTC62.00175.00-
AMN-USDAmon USD0.00005016966+0.00+2.32%11:54 pm UTC20.005.00-
USTX-USDUpStableToken USD0.015450998-0.00-0.14%11:55 pm UTC1.65k1.74k-
MILOCEO-USDMilo CEO USD3.3036025e-13-0.00-38.09%11:54 pm UTC76.95k--
VGO-USDVirgo USD0.066938624+0.00+0.33%11:54 pm UTC1.15k221.00-
ARO-USDArionum USD0.00019941835+0.00+882.91%11:54 pm UTC---
LIQR-USDTopshelf Finance USD0.00014892402+0.00+39.06%11:55 pm UTC21.0037.00-
FOOD-USDFoodChain Global USD0.16505055+0.00+0.51%11:54 pm UTC1.86M676.56k-
AIRX-USDAircoins USD0.000009273966+0.00+0.03%11:54 pm UTC20.0015.00-
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