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Dogecoin Starts to Recover After Shaky Last 24 Hours

Fri, 03/25/2022 - 12:35
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Tobias Lewis
Dogecoin rallies to consolidate its gains since National Puppy Day
Dogecoin Starts to Recover After Shaky Last 24 Hours
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At the tail end of a week that saw gains of over 15%, Dogecoin started to falter and, in the end, lost 3% over the last 24 hours. But it has has now stabilized and begun to recover. Analytics from CoinGecko show that, although DOGE may not be going to the moon, it appears to be consolidating the gains made since National Puppy Day on March 23. Having fallen down to $0.134737, DOGE has now rebounded up to $0.13449.

Doge has rebounded in the last few hours.

Doge saw gains of 15% this week.

The original meme cryptocurrency had originally seen gains over the last few days after it was made available at Bitcoin of America crypto ATM machines across the U.S. American crypto users can now buy or sell DOGE, as well as withdraw cash, from over 1,800 ATMs. The consolidation today comes after it was revealed by U.Today that $40 million worth of DOGE is being held by whales, totaling over 3.5% of their entire portfolio.

DOGE continues to hold its new place as the coin with the 12th largest market cap after breaking through a significant resistance line a couple of days ago. It surpassed Binance USD (BUSD) after reaching the $18 billion market cap barrier. However, DOGE is still far below its all-time high $90 billion market cap recorded in May 2021.

DOGE has long been associated with the tweets of Elon Musk, whose musings on Dogecoin usually correspond well with price changes. But it seems that these latest changes were prompted by real alterations in DOGE's fundamentals.

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Tobias Lewis is currently a British Master's student and a First Class Honours graduate of Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Durham University in the UK.

Tobias works as a copywriter and translator for various firms in the cryptocurrency industry and believes that crypto could change the world.