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The Amp cryptocurrency launched in September 2021 has appreciated by more than 430% since then. Amp was founded by Flexa, which runs a payment solutions app by the same name. Amp is now the cryptocurrency collateral of choice on the Flexa app. Amp has won far more traction with $1.4 billion worth of spending capacity available for Flexa merchants and users. It means at any given time, a total of up to $1.4 billion worth of transactions can be done on the network, and the people involved don’t have to worry that they won’t go through.
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