Exchange MONA
Price History
Market Cap
81,831,410 USD
24h Volume
2,815,760 USD
Circulating Supply
65,729,675 MONA
Max Supply
0.00000 MONA
MonaCoin Overview
Monacoin is the first cryptocurrency in Japan that was born in December 2013. Monacoin community is the most active cryptocurrency users community in Japan .
Consensus Method
Ethereum Consensus
Status of Project
Fully Working Product
Coin Age
6 months
Block Processing
Emission Rate
No New Tokens Created
Community size
Open Source
Sneh Bhatt
Team Memberes
12 member, 3 developers
MonaCoin News
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Why Japan Fell in Love with Monacoin, the Cat Meme Cryptocurrency
Never mind the cute Shiba Inu of dogecoin, people in Japan are falling for a new Internet meme-based cryptocurrency - the locally invented and cat-logoed 'monacoin'.
Japanese Cryptocurrency Exchange Zaif to Resume Activity Seven Months After Hack
Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif announced that the transfer of the business from Tech Bureau to Fisco Digital Asset Group will become effective on April 22, and that normal activity will resume on the next day.
Japan: 18 Year Old Charged for Stealing $100,000 in MonaCoin in Country's First Crypto Theft Case
Japanese authorities in the city of Utsunomiya have charged an 18-year-old for stealing crypto from Monappy, a digital wallet service for MonaCoin.
Japan to Hold First Ever Trial Over Crypto Hacking Losses
An 18-year-old Japanese youth has been sent to prosecutors in the country's first ever trial involving cryptocurrency cyber-theft.
Hackers Behind $60 Million Zaif Crypto Exchange Theft May Have Been Exposed
Cybersecurity experts at Japan Digital Design, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, say they've found possibly revealing information on the bad actors behind the $60 million hack of Japanese crypto exchange Zaif.
Hacked Japanese Crypto Exchange Zaif Releases Financial Support Plan for Customer Assets
Hacked Japanese cryptocurrency exchange Zaif has announced an official plan to provide financial support for affected customers' assets, in an official notice posted today, October 10.