Gemini Adds Dogecoin As Trading Frenzy Robinhood Crashes Again

Gemini, a cryptocurrency exchange managed by Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, fell under the pressure of breast coin demand today, eventually adding Dogecoin to its trading platform. Meanwhile, Robinhood, the US's most popular trading app supporting DOGE, fell after Dogecoin's price continued to rise above $ 0.60. Dogecoin is people's money. It's organic, irreverent and fun. It is not imposed on us by any government or any other central authority, it is chosen for us, for us – by the people, for the people. Wow, ”Gemini CEO Tyler Winklevoss said today. Dogecoin is the money of the people. It's organic, irreverent and fun. @Gemini now supports $ DOGE. Warehouses are open. Trade will follow soon. Https:// – Tyler Winklevoss (@tyler) May 4, 2021 The announcement came at a very impressive time for Dogecoin as it has now become the fourth most popular cryptocurrency with a market capitalization of $ 76.8 billion. Based on data from Nomics. Meanwhile, Robinhood's cryptocurrency service has dropped, presumably due to the growing demand for Dogecoin, which is strangling its servers – a problem with which last month's implementation is very familiar. . The social trading platform eToro also listed Dogecoin yesterday, making the coin one of the few cryptocurrencies listed outside of cryptocurrency exchanges. We are currently having problems with crypto trading. We are trying to resolve this issue as quickly as possible. For the latest updates visit – Robinhood Help (@AskRobinhood) May 4, 2021 While many cryptocurrency exchanges such as Binance and Kraken list Dogecoin, Gemini's list is a milestone in the crypto industry today became the CEO as he threw his shameless support behind the coin. In contrast, the main US crypto exchange Coinbase still does not support Dogecoin, and there are currently no signs that it will. Winklevoss generously likened Dogecoin to Bitcoin, in a move aimed at angering Bitcoin maximalists, because the two are under the control of the “ m ''.

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