Dogecoin On The Move: 506.2M DOGE Transferred by Robinhood and Anonymous Whales

Zinger Key Points
  • Robinhood carried out three crypto transactions, moving three lumps of 100 million Dogecoin each.
  • An anonymous crypto whale transferred 206,263,823 DOGE in a single transaction.

According to the cryptocurrency tracking service @DogeWhaleAlert, almost 506.2 million Dogecoin DOGE/USD have been moved by the popular Robinhood Markets Inc, HOOD brokerage app and an anonymous whale. 

Robinhood carried out three crypto transactions, moving three lumps of 100,000,000 Dogecoin each, between its internal addresses.

Each of those transfers was worth $13,679,600 and each was sent for a tiny fee of $1.37 (10 Dogecoins).

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Along with that, an anonymous crypto whale transferred the same amount of DOGE in a single lump: 206,263,823 coins. That comprised $27,958,442 in fiat and was moved to a top 20 wallet. 

At the time of writing, DOGE was trading at $0.1325, 2.71% down in the last 24 hours. But on a 7-day performance, it is up by 7.81%. 

The meme coin has been added by the Bitcoin of America chain of ATMs. That is 1,800 BTMs in around 39 US states.  

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