Dogecoin Price Rebounds after Twitch TV Announcement

Dogecoin Price Rebounds after Twitch TV Announcement

Recently, the Dogecoin price has been in decline, in part due to the recent Moolah scandal (Moolah had a strong presence within the Dogecoin community). But the Dogecoin price reversed course on Monday, rising nearly 20% after Twitch announced that they now accept Dogecoin as payment for their video game streaming subscription service. Also Read: Dogecar Driver Josh Wise Places 28th in NASCAR Talladega Race. Dogecoin Price Rebounds after Twitch Announcement. Upon hearing the announcement, investors immediately began rocketing up the Dogecoin price on exchanges. The Dogecoin price-which had....


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