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Circulating supply
13,517 RUNE
Total supply
13,517 RUNE
Max. supply
22,530 RUNE
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All-time high
Oct 31, 2021 (2 years ago)
All-time low
Jun 14, 2023 (8 months ago)
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About Rune

What Is Rune (RUNE)?

Rune is an open-ended dark fantasy gaming universe built on Binance Smart Chain, where players can battle, join a guild, collect powerful weapons, and earn NFTs and cryptocurrency in the form of runes by playing.

Runes are small and rare stones inscribed with magical glyphs needed to craft Runewords (NFTs), weapons, and armor. 33 different Runes are distributed to players over two years. Each Rune has a supply of 100,000 or less, and players can earn Runes by competing against other players, joining guilds, participating in yield farms, and community participation.

The Rune universe consists of Rune Evolution, a play-to-earn game, Rune Farm, the yield farm, Runewords (NFTs), and the Rune Infinite Arena, a player-versus-player game. The team is also developing the Rune Sanctuary, an MMORPG that will be launched in 2022. Currently, Rune is running on BSC, but the team sees the universe as blockchain-agnostic and is building a bridge to Polygon.

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