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Elon Musk says Coinbase should list Dogecoin

Tesla CEO Elon Musk believes that the Coinbase that will soon be made public should allow Dogecoin to be traded.

Elon Musk, thinks Coinbase, the largest US exchange, should list Dogecoin (DOGE), according to his tweet March 13th.

The cryptocurrency exchange that will soon be made public – the valuation of which is estimated at almost $ 100 billion – helped Tesla carry out its massive $ 1.5 billion purchase of Bitcoins.

Coinbase refuses to list Dogecoin

The digital asset with a canine theme is the 15th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization, currently trading at $ 0.056.

In early February, DOGE skyrocketed to $ 0.088, hitchhiking with the GameStop moment and Musk’s frequent tweets promoting the meme currency.

The Coinbase Wallet announced Dogecoin support in May 2019, allowing users the option of storage.

Despite the wave of enthusiasm surrounding the cryptocurrency meme, Coinbase has so far not listed DOGE for trading. Also, it recently listed the DeFi, SushiSwap (SUSHI) and Polygon (MATIC) projects. This, of course, does not agree with the outraged community.

The DOGE / USDT pair at Binance accounts for 8.17 percent of Dogecoin’s trading volume, according to data from CoinMarketCap.

DOGE is also available for trading on Hobi, Kraken, Bittrex and some other exchanges.

Source: U.Today

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