DOGE goes to its lowest price

DOGE goes to its lowest price in the last 9 months

DOGE goes to its lowest price in the last months, according to statistics from CoinGecko. Meme token has dropped 13% in the last 24h and made to below $0.14 per unit.  

The Crypto market is facing extreme bearishness as the price of the flagship currency couldn’t hold the $40k support level. Volatility is inevitable in the crypto market and prices of whole currencies are witness to this. Original Meme currency, DOGE, has seen phenomenal growth over the last year. In May 2021, the currency was about to cross the price level of $1 per unit but then the crypto market entered a bearish cycle.

DOGE goes to its lowest price in the last 9 months:

DOGE goes to its lowest price level in the previous 9 months, according to data from CoinGecko. Meme currency hasn’t been down $0.14 per unit price level in the last 9 months. Yesterday, as BTC broke down the $40k support level meme currency went below $0.14. At the press, time token has lost 13% over the last 24 hours and hovering around at the price of $0.1323 per unit.

DOGE goes to its lowest price

Dogecoin saw an immense rise in value in early 2021. It began the year priced at less than one penny per coin and then ticked up significantly starting in late January as part of the wider meme stock trading frenzy. DOGE popped to a then-peak of about $0.08 per coin in early February before the price started to dwindle. DOGE goes to its lowest price level due to this ongoing market crash.

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