Market Movers: GreenBox POS (GBOX) Drops 12.33% to Close at $1.31 June 22

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GreenBox POS (NASDAQ:GBOX) stock was among today's market movers, ending trading lower 12.33% to $1.31 on June 22.

2,102,160 shares traded today compared to the 30-day daily average of 673,144 shares.

The company's stock has fallen 64.29% so far in 2022.

GreenBox POS shares have fluctuated between $1.02 and $13.22 over the past twelve months.

For technical charts, analysis, and more on GreenBox POS visit the company profile.

About GreenBox POS

GreenBox POS is an emerging financial technology company leveraging proprietary blockchain security to build customized payment solutions. The Company's applications enable an end-to-end suite of turnkey financial products, helping to reduce fraud and improve the efficiency of handling large-scale commercial processing volumes for its merchant clients globally.

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