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tldr; Dogecoin (DOGE) has lost around 9.94% of its value since its peak on September 12. The meme coin is now trading at $0.0659, a 9% rise over the past day. The sudden rise in DOGE’s price can be attributed to whalers’ recent buying binge. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
It’s called the Reddit Daily thread. Never seen a bad suggestion there before and I’m only down about 90% on the year. Could be way worse! Plus they kept me from making some really bad moves like holding DOGE last year when it hit .069 the first time. They were smart enough to see through that and made sure ton point out that it’ll never hit .1, so you may as well get out while you can. Long live the daily.
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tldr; There was a 5.34% increase in the number of addresses owning between 100 million and 1 billion Dogecoin (DOGE) addresses over the past week. About six additional whales have joined the network, bringing in an additional 620 million DOGE. The memecoin has fallen 9.94% from its September 12 peak. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
This is like a lottery, there are thousands of coins that can be the next x100 and they not depends on “tech”, it depends on the popularity, you can see the best example with DOGE of SOL, one is a worldwide meme, the other one is controlled and a centralized chain that have several outages
IMO, Dogecoin miners sell off Litecoin in order to keep the price up. With 5 billion new coins added to circulation every year, you have to find a ton of capital to keep the value from continually falling. In case you don’t know. LTC and DOGE are merge mined. When you mine a Dogecoin, you also mine a Litecoin.
Often times, people confuse “meme coins” with “altcoins.” It’s important to make the distinction that not all “altcoins” are “meme coins,” but all “meme coins” are “altcoins.” Unlike Bitcoin or Ethereum, meme coins are designed as an homage to a meme, an interesting or funny idea captured in an image, video, or another form of media. In general, meme coins are designed to go viral and be shared, like the memes they are based on. Since 2013, many meme coins have been created, and as of March 2022, there are more than 200 such coins, where Dogecoin (DOGE) and Shiba Inu (SHIB) are the most trended and traded meme coins. Best regards, Green from Kraken 🐙
tldr; Five months ago, the top meme cryptocurrencies by market valuation were valued at $33.7 billion and today, the meme coin economy is worth $14.9 billion. Dogecoin (DOGE) and shiba inu (SHIB) are the two largest meme coins by market capitalization, while baby doge coin (BABY) is the third largest meme coin asset. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
This is a good question. I know for a fact that some other exchanges (Bybit, Phemex, etc.) use Binance's services such as matching engine, infrastructure and liquidity. It's a lot easier to license the right to use and have assistance setting up an exchange than to build a new one entirely from scratch. It's not a bad thing to do, and it's efficient despite the large licensing fees paid to Binance. MEXC may not be allowed to admit to it because of license agreements. It's not far-fetched to think that part of helping to setup an exchange is providing a UI/UX template which is why certain exchanges look and feel like Binance. That's my 2 DOGE.
It has the brand-name recognition power and that's about it. Ask a non-crypto person to name 3 coins or tokens and I almost guranteee it'd be BTC, ETH and DOGE. Beyond that it offers nothing a stack of other projects do and in a lot of ways, less.
I can't see any basis for suing someone who 1) wasn't compensated for his endorsement, 2) is widely known to NOT be a financial advisor, and 3) lost his own money on the investment which he was touting. Moreover, he was pretty explicit about it being a crapshoot. I put in $45k over a three month period and it's currently worth $1,900, and I'm not suing. I was greedy and looking for the next BTC/ETH/DOGE, and knew the odds. I'm bitter about it, but those are the breaks. I wouldn't sue Karony, but God forbid I find him in a bar, military training or not. 🤣
First of all attitude. They really seem to care about the crypto space. Is there any other exchange that encourages its users to withdraw their crypto (while having low withdrawal fees)? They also can prove that they actually have the funds users bought. Top notch customer support. High account security measures. Their level headed and neutral description of DOGE made me buy some early on.
Indeed! Imagine the same scenario as with BTC but with Moons. Well sure, it most likely wont become the #1 cryptocurrency in the world but if we can have DOGE/SHIBA among the top coins then its not impossible for Moons to secure a top spot aswell. Keep saving in your vault guys :)
I've never once bought BCH (or any other coin). I'm a merchant that accepted BTC exclusivity on multiple webstores from 2011 to 2017.. I still accept it now, as well as have a LN option.. but literally nobody pays with them now.. maybe 3% of crypto sales. The main coins spent with me in 2022 are LTC, BCH and XMR. Even coins like DOGE are used more than BTC for payments with me now days. I also have built mining pools and other services surrounding crypto. So yeah. I'm not an "investor", gambler, or a broke ass dreamer.
So what exactly about it’s status from being POS put them in the position to believe they can? Are other POS assets going to get targeted purely for being POS, or is it because of smart contracts or the DeFi? What exactly about when it was POW was keeping it shielded from any of this? BTC, DOGE, and such aren’t being targeted so is it only because of the POW consensus? So I guess the big questions fall on, why now? Is it because of the merger? Did it modify enough of ETH’s classification criteria? Is it just a timing thing, and they were going to go after ETH already and it just happened to line up?
Hmm, interesting. I am more looking at it from a current utilization perspective. BTC is being utilized immensely more than BCH, so I see why it’s valued higher. LTC is utilized far more than DOGE even though the media would probably have you thinking otherwise. I see no reason why whales would not value LTC higher than DOGE except for nefarious reasons.
Still finding it hard to believe that I live in a reality where ducking DOGE is considered twice as valuable as LTC smh… Imagine if BCH was twice as valuable as BTC lmao? Or, if EtherZero was considered twice as valuable as ETH? The suppression is real. The question is why?
Well, it's a tricky calculus. The market cap is still *insanely* low, but what is a reasonable market cap for moons? Then again, since when does the market follow reason or logic? DOGE has a 7.6 BILLION dollar valuation. In a bear market.
>they are used in reddit to convert to reddit coins and to buy a premium membership here. Which you would be wasting your money doing because it would cost 10x as much ​ >What do coins like DOGE or SHIB have to offer over moons? Nothing
How many coins have no utility and are bought,pumped and communities are created around it. Moons started the opposite way, there was a community that built them supported them and you were rewarded with for contributing. Now it is tradeable like any other coin and people are actually buying moons. They are the early investors in hopes of making money. They are not completely useless, they are used in reddit to convert to reddit coins and to buy a premium membership here. What do coins like DOGE or SHIB have to offer over moons?
Don't get me wrong here. Did the same when I was swing trading for DOGE for at least x2 profit from my buying point. LUNC just strikes a bit to me and I feel bad for riding the hype after knowing the casualties it caused, like suicides.
It’s really foolish to think you’re always right and your opinions don’t change. If that were truly the case, we’d always be stuck and never progress. I would still be deep in DOGE and SOL if I didn’t see the light of ALGO (though maybe that’s the wrong move who knows 😂). Point is, change is *good*. We should always be seeking to change and improve.
tldr; Dogecoin (DOGE) has surpassed Polkadot (DOT) to become the tenth biggest cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization. The market cap of DOGECOIN has surpassed that of DOT, with DOGE leading by over $230 million. The crypto market, in general, has been in a bleeding trend since last December 2021, with BTC losing over 70. *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*
tldr; Tesla CEO Elon Musk called Dogecoin a "hustle" on Saturday Night Live, a day after he was a guest host on the show. One day later, DOGE's price began its decline from its all-time high, changing hands for about 300 satoshis versus its peak value of 1,287 satosh *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*