The price of CNG, like any other tradable asset, is determined by the supply and demand. If there are more sellers, the price decreases, if there are more buyers, the price increases.
As CNG is an equity-like token, we can assume that the market price of CNG reflects the investors’ valuation of the company. For example, if the price is €2.00, that means investors think a fair valuation for Change is over €158 million (€2.00 x 79,184,115 total supply).
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