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Atenção às criptomoedas! Só a moeda digital Dogecoin se safa

Watch out for cryptocurrencies! Only Dogecoin digital currency gets away

Have you heard of Dogecoin? Recently there has been some good news regarding cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin, the digital currency, has surged in terms of appreciation, and the largest cryptocurrency buying platform, namely Queen Piece, INTRO not NASDAQ.

However, in general, cryptocurrencies are experiencing a decline in their value. Only Dogecoin is valued.

After alerts Bank of PortugalWith regard to the risks associated with virtual assets, such as Bitcoin, it is important to know that these types of digital assets are usually subject to "massive volatility" and "not guaranteed" by any national or European authority.

Today who enters the stage Queen Piece, You'll find that the vast majority of digital currencies are declining. The Coinbase platform belongs to an American company, based in California, and was founded in 2011. It has a good record in terms of the security and safety of its services, although some events occurred last December, especially in the places where the Bitcoin currency reached the record values.

Regarding digital currencies, in the case of Bitcoin and other currencies, analysts point to the blame on the Turkish government for banning payments in digital currencies.

Watch out for cryptocurrencies!  Only Dogecoin digital currency gets away

Dogecoin is in the top 10 digital currencies

Created on the basis of a great joke, the Dogecoin cryptocurrency is already gaining ground in the cryptocurrency sector. This coin, named after an online meme called "Doge," has grown by more than 400% in the past few days. DogeCoin began gaining popularity in 2013 and was created as a faster and "fun" alternative to BitCoin.

Remember, this cryptocurrency was praised by Elon Musk, after he posted a montage on Twitter with a scene of the Lion King and the Dogecoin token. At that time the cryptocurrency had grown by 50%.

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