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Dogecoin [DOGE] support now available on Coinbase Wallet



Dogecoin [DOGE] is now available on Coinbase Wallet

Coinbase is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world. It announces support for Dogecoin (DOGE) in its own Coinbase wallet. This announcement is done via the official blog post of Coinbase.

The goal of Coinbase with its Coinbase wallet is to create the world’s leading crypto wallet.

Coinbase Wallet already has support for Bitcoin, Ethereum, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum Classic, XRP, Stellar Lumens, and over 100,000 different ERC20 tokens and ERC721 collectibles built on Ethereum. And now it’s time for Dogecoin.

However, the wallet support is not yet available for the users. It will be available to all the iOS and Android users over the next week in the new wallet update.

In order to find DOGE wallet just, you have to tap on ‘Receive’ on the main wallet tab and then select DOGE. As per the blog post, the wallet will also support DOGE Testnet to aid developers and power users.

As per the blog post, “And, as always, your private keys are encrypted on your phone using Secure Enclave technology, to bring you best-in-class security. This specialized hardware is considered the most secure way to safeguard private data on mobile devices.”

At the press time, Dogecoin (DOGE) is valued at $0.002588 USD and is more than 3.94% in the last 24 hour. DOGE is the 27th largest cryptocurrency by market capitalization. The current market cap. of Dogecoin is $308,855,868 USD.

The all-time high for DOGE is $0.018773 USD on Jan 07, 2018 while the all-time low is on May 07, 2015 and the price was $0.000085 USD.

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Ashish is a cryptocurrency journalist who has been passionately involved in the bitcoin space since 2016. His interests lie in bitcoin security, open-source systems, network effects and the intersection between economics and cryptography.