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BabyDoge Holder Number Spikes to New Record of 1.325 Million

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Mon, 24/01/2022 - 10:01
BabyDoge Holder Number Spikes to New Record of 1.325 Million
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WhaleStats analytics data service has reported that the BabyDoge community has reached another record: the amount of wallets holding the trending meme cryptocurrency has surged to a new all-time high of 1,325,042.

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That is a substantial increase from the 1,205,517 BabyDoge holder record reported by U.Today on Jan. 15;  the community keeps growing fast as more investors are stocking up on this canine cryptocurrency.

By this metric, BabyDoge surpasses Shiba Inu holders, whose total number as of Jan. 23 amounts to 1,155,141, despite the higher price of SHIB and its wider awareness and adoption. Besides, Shiba Inu is listed on a lot of large crypto exchanges, unlike BabyDoge.

In other news, a whopping 952,152,167,365,039 BabyDoge coins are now stored by the largest BNB whales; that is worth $4,137,865, according to WhaleStats.

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On Jan. 23, the platform also reported that the coin was back on the list of the top 10 tokens actively acquired by the 1,000 largest whales. However, today, the token is not on that list any more.

At press time, BabyDoge is changing hands at $0.000000003987, showing a drop by 15.53% in the past 24 hours.

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