Elon Musk, the CEO of electric carmaker Tesla, put out yet another Dogecoin (DOGE) tweet. It’s not all nonsense this time, however, as he is asking if customers want to pay for Tesla cars with DOGE.Read more
If you said Dogecoin would be accepted by one of the world’s largest private space companies last year….well, no one would have actually said that.
Except that today it became a reality.
Barry Silbert, founder and CEO of crypto investment giant Grayscale Investments’ parent company Digital Currency Group (DCG), revealed that his firm has opened a $1 million short position on Dogecoin (DOGE), betting on the token’s decline.
“Okay $DOGE peeps, it’s been fun.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to the popular Saturday Night Live (SNL) show a few hours ago as millions of viewers expected him to comment on Dogecoin, the world’s fifth-largest cryptocurrency. DOGE prices, however, dropped by 25%.Read more
Crypto-focused payments network Flexa, a partner of Winklevoss-led crypto exchange Gemini, has added support for “meme” token Dogecoin (DOGE) today.
“Good job everyone, you did GREAT! Now you can spend your $DOGE at 41K more places. Live in the SPEDN app, coming soon to Gemini Pay.
A recent survey by gaming entertainment site Gamblers Pick found that 25% of American individuals consider meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOGE) to be the ‘next Bitcoin.Read more
South Korean crypto exchanges processed more Dogecoin trades yesterday than the average volume of stocks traded on the country’s traditional exchanges, data from multiple sources shows.Read more
Dogecoin (DOGE) has now outperformed nearly every asset, real estate, stock, or even most cryptos that mankind has ever known. The meme token trades at over $0.77 at press time, reaching a market cap of as high as $90 billion.Read more
“Meme” cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOGE) is on the rise again today as its price has reached a new all-time high of $0.59 on the heels of its listing on crypto exchange Gemini.
According to CryptoSlate data, DOGE is currently trading at around $0.
Dogecoin surged by 14% yesterday to all all-time highs after Oakland Athletics, a Major League Baseball (MLB) team, announced it would accept DOGE for selling pairs of plaza infield tickets.Read more