Dogecoin Price Today: What is the price of Dogecoin in India, know

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The cryptocurrency market suddenly collapsed on the evening of May 19. Yesterday the news came that China has banned cryptocurrency payments and service, after which all cryptocoins including Dogecoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin saw a tremendous decline. On Wednesday, many cryptocurrency investors began declaring Black Friday. However, a bounce back has been seen in the market since this morning. Dogecoin is also seeing an increase in price. Yesterday, the price of this Meme Coin fell to Rs 18, but by the time of writing the news, the price has reached around Rs 35. This may be followed by a tweet by Elon Musk, the world’s second richest man and an affectionate for DodgeCoin, around 4 pm.

According to the Indian cryptocurrency exchange WazirX, the price of Dogecoin (DOGE) in India was around Rs 35 as of the time of writing the news. While the price of this coin had fallen by Rs 18 yesterday. The credit for this increase in price goes to Elon Musk somewhere.

By alan this evening at 4 pm Tweet In which he spoke of Dogecoin. He also shared a photograph showing Shiba Inu Dog in a dollar note. The name and logo of this coin have been named after this dog breed.

As we mentioned, the cryptocurrency market witnessed a tremendous decline on Wednesday. All the currency, which has been falling at a slow pace for two days, suddenly collapsed last evening and Wednesday became Crypto Black Friday for crypto investors. All crypto coins including Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Dogecoin (DOGE), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Litecoin (Litecoin) fell on their heads. However, now the market is bouncing back and most crypto prices are going up.

On Wednesday, the price of Bitcoin fell by almost 30 percent. In April this year, Bitcoin achieved an all-time high, which was $ 64,800 (about Rs 51 lakh). Certainly yesterday was a dark day for bitcoin investors, but today the crypto market is seeing back lows.

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