All About Dogecoin
Bitfinex will go online with Dogecoin, according to the official announcement. Dogecoin will be online with MegaDogecoin, with a conversion rate of 1 million. 1 MDOGE - 1000000 Dog Coins. MDOGE's deposit business will open at 15:30 on July 10, while trading and withdrawals will begin at 18:00 on July 10. MDOGE will trade with USD (DOG / USD), Tether (DOG / UST) and Bitcoin (DOG / BTC).
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which is responsible for criminal cases in England and Wales, last week published a case in which 295 bitcoins were seized. The CPS wrote.
Speaking of the rise of dog coins is also quite mysterious, dog coin surge is related to the short video platform TikTok a challenge video. A TikTok user named James Galante posted a short video titled "Let's Get Rich" in which he recommended that everyone invest $25 in Dogecoin, which is currently worth less than a penny and will have $10,640 when Dogecoin rises to $1.
Similarly, McAfee expressed public support for Dogecoin, which was initially a joke but managed to gain a market capitalization of about $360 million. He borrowed a prediction from Tesla boss Elon Musk that the dog money would "go to the moon".
Recall that Elon Musk had deliberately declared himself chief executive of Dogecoin in the past, when the chief executive of Tesla edited his profile to reflect that he was chief executive of Dogecoin, but soon after, he claimed to have retired.
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