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BabyDoge Listed by Hong Kong's CoinEx Exchange

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Tue, 18/01/2022 - 10:32
BabyDoge Listed by Hong Kong's CoinEx Exchange
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CoinEx crypto exchange, based in Hong Kong and ranked 52nd on CoinMarketCap, has spread the word about adding support for BabyDoge meme cryptocurrency today. The 24-hour trading volume of CoinEx totals $76,611,658.

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Some of the other meme cryptocurrencies—SHIB and DOGE—are also on the company's trading list.

The platform has already enabled deposits and withdrawals for BabyDoge. Trading for the meme coin against the USDT stablecoin will commence at 11:00 a.m. UTC today, Jan. 18.

BabyDoge is yet another canine coin that has become trendy recently, similar to Shiba Inu, FLOKI and Dogecoin. The number of BabyDoge users is growing fast. As of Jan. 17, their total count constitutes 1,260,401, which is more than the number of Shiba Inu and Flocki Inu holders—1,140,151 and 340,029, respectively.

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Shiba Inu has been actively listed by exchanges around the world recently, as the coin is gaining traction. Platforms in various countries—Spain, India, Turkey, etc.—have added support to this "Dogecoin killer."

At press time, BabyDoge is down 11.36% and is trading at $0.000000005247, according to data provided by CoinMarketCap.

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