Dukascoin hits new alltime high

Dukascoin’s BID price reached 2.00 DUK /EUR level for the first time in its history at 14:29 GMT on December 16, 2020 and the coin steadily trades at 2.00/2.19.

The Bank congratulates its clients and partners with constantly increasing confidence in the Dukascoin – the first crypto currency issued by a Swiss bank.

The Dukascoin project was launched on February 28, 2019 and will soon celebrate its second year anniversary. The lowest BID price of 0.6 DUK /EUR was recorded on September 25, 2019, since then the price has reached this crucial psychological level amidst constantly growing demand that defines its uptrend.

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