Elon Musk: Coinbase should add Dogecoin
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla comapny, responded positively to a user tweet that US exchange’s Coinbase should add Dogecoin to its list.
According to YouTube, Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Saturday that he believes Coinbase, the largest digital currency exchange in the United States, should allow Dogecoin to trade on its platform.
Tesla had chosen the $100 billion coin exchange, which is set to become a public company, to buy $1.5 billion worth of bitcoins.
Dogecoin is the 15th largest digital currency in terms of total market value and is currently trading at $0.056. The token rose to $ 0.088 in early February, riding the GameStop craze and repeated Musk tweets for the hot market.
The 2019 Coinbase wallet announced support for Dogecoin, allowing users to save only their Doge tokens.
Despite the hype surrounding the Meem digital currency, Coinbase has so far refused to allow Dogecoin trading to small investors.
However, the exchange has recently added tokens such as SUSHI and MATIC to its list of tradable currencies; An issue that Dogecoin’s angry community does not like.
CoinMarket data show that the Dodge / Tetra currency pair accounted for about 8.17% of Dogecoin transactions at Binance Exchange.
Dogecoin is offered at Houbi, Kraken, Bittrex and some other digital currency exchanges.