Dogecoin Market Cap Nears $100B, Critics Blast ‘Joke Coin,’ Community Abuzz W...

Dogecoin Market Cap Nears $100B, Critics Blast ‘Joke Coin,’ Community Abuzz W...

The infamous meme-based cryptocurrency dogecoin is on the move again just before the upcoming Saturday Night Live episode featuring Elon Musk. While dogecoin is up 81% today a lot of cryptocurrency veterans have been warning newbies about the digital currency that was meant to be a joke. Meanwhile, others believe that dogecoin has a lot of potential, and could be a long-standing competitor in the world of crypto assets. Dogecoin Markets See a Pre-SNL Rise The cryptocurrency that literally began as a joke, dogecoin (DOGE) is nearing a $100 billion market capitalization on Saturday. DOGE is....


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