BabyDoge Set To Unveil DEX With Burn Feature 

While following the steps of the well-known dog-themed cryptocurrency and its competitor Shiba Inu, Baby DogeCoin has declared its plan to unveil its decentralized exchange (DEX) named “BabyDoge Swap.” This was announced through a tweet soon after its NFT launch scheduled for 20th April 2022.

According to the tweet, the swap will feature some unique things like, increasing utility and burning of the token. Nonetheless, no further official detail concerning the Baby Doge swap has been revealed, especially its special features.

The Baby DogeCoin has also posted a 58-seconds demo video. The video consists of how the BabyDoge swap will appear and how it will work.

The demo video indicates that the BabyDoge swap is 100% ready and will be released soon after the public NFT mint.

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BabyDoge Coin is the third most followed canine-themed meme cryptocurrency on Twitter with over 1.1 million followers, after Dogecoin and SHIB.

The token has achieved a major milestone of over 1.50 million holders. This achievement makes BabyDoge the most preferred token for retail investors as compared to DOGE and SHIB. 

According to BscScan.com data, 619,670 unique wallets addresses are holders of DOGE, while the estimated holder count for Shiba Inu stands currently at 1,127,347 (1.12 million), according to Etherscan.io data.

The coin has a circulating supply of approximately 160 quadrillions and a total supply of 420 quadrillions. Since the start of the year, it has reportedly burned a huge total of 17 quadrillion tokens worth over $54.3 million when sent to the dead wallet.

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