Fan Tokens:82
Capitalisation du marché:$325 881 426
Capitalisation du marché diluée:$1 996 440 171
Volume des dernières 24h$55 255 150
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Harlequins Fan Token (QUINS) Price


5,01 %

15,81 CHZ

0,00138378 ETH

Low 24h: $2,09

High 24h: $2,32

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Harlequins Fan Token Coin Price & Market Data

Harlequins Fan Token price today is $2,32 with a 24-hour trading volume of $65. QUINS price has changed 5.00874% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 183 432 QUINS tokens and a total supply of 5 000 000 QUINS. Last Updated at Feb 04, 2023 - 19:55.

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QUINS Price Statistics
Harlequins Fan Token Price$2,32
Capitalisation du marché$425 562
Offre en circulation183 432
Offre totale5 000 000
Volume sur 24h$65
Highest 24h$2,32
Lowest 24h$2,09
FTO Price2,00 £GB
Prix le plus haut jamais atteint

févr. 04, 2023 - 19:03

Prix le plus bas jamais atteint

déc. 29, 2022 - 20:40

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Harlequins Fan Token Polls

Which Harlequins player are you most excited to see in the Six Nations for England?

It’s 6 Nations opening week, one of the most exciting weekends of the rugby calendar. We want to celebrate the Quins players in the England squad. So, see our latest poll to win a signed shirt.

févr. 02, 2023 - févr. 06, 2023


Looking back at our win against the Cell C Sharks, we want to celebrate the celebrations! Which Quins player try celebration was your favourite?

It was a vital win in our season on Saturday against the Cell C Sharks, to confirm qualification to the knock-outs of the Heineken Champions Cup. The Stoop was bouncing with a loud contingent of Sharks fans, a great game and a Quins win in the end. Take a look at our poll for the game to win a signed shirt.

janv. 27, 2023 - janv. 30, 2023


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Who are Harlequins?

Founded in 1866, Harlequins is a founding member of the RFU and today competes in the top domestic and European Rugby Union competitions across it’s Men’s and Women’s teams. The Club boast a long list of current and historical icons of the game across the Men’s and Women’s teams and were crowned double Champions of England in the 2020/21 season. Their home, the Twickenham Stoop is known for its unrivalled atmosphere and off the field the Club is revered for its innovation in the game, hosting 14 ‘Big Game’s’ and the first Big Summer Kick-Off in May at the ‘home of rugby’, Twickenham Stadium. Harlequins strive for parity and inclusion in the sport, and in 2019 held the first Pride-themed fixture in global rugby, with the 2022/23 season marking the third. The Harlequins Foundation works with vulnerable children and young people within the Harlequins Heartlands to positively impact their lives through the power of sport.