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BitPrime Brings Holochain’s Holo (HOT) to New Zealand

New Zealander’s can now purchase Holo (HOT) for NZD through BitPrime, the country’s leading cryptocurrency retailer.

Holo tokens (HOT) are temporary ERC20 tokens that will be exchangeable for Holo fuel when Holochain’s ecosystem launches. Holochain presents their ecosystem as a “scalable, agent-centric distributed computing platform”. Suggested use cases of Holochain apps include social media, micro-blogging, and identity services.

At time of writing, the following is true of HOT:

• Market Cap: $193,815,442 NZD
• CoinMarketCap Rank: 51
• 24-hour Trading Volume: $5,294,622 NZD
• Circulating Supply: 133,214,575,156 HOT
• Total Supply: 177,619,433,541 HOT

About BitPrime: NZ owned, operated, and a registered financial service provider, BitPrime is the country’s most trusted cryptocurrency retailer. BitPrime differs from traditional exchanges and brokerages as you buy directly from their reserves. For more information, visit


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