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Cointelegraph Predicts That AMP Token Will Reach $0.1 SOON?! | AMP Price To Be Up By 1,700% in 2021
So onto the topic. In the first quarter of 2020, amp token, like most other cryptos on the market, had a good performance. By the month of May, it had increased by 1700% over the previous years’ worth. However, after reaching a high of $12.19, Amp fell into a slump and was 70 % down by July. On July 20th, its prices began to rise again, and in the six days that followed, Amp put on a spectacular show, rising by 143 % in six days. On July 26th, the price increased by another ten cents to 9.29 cents. The surge was brief, and the trend quickly reverted.
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