Dogecoin can be traded on Coinbase as well as Coinbase Pro. At first, this was only possible on the Pro version. Now, it’s possible on the more basic trading platform too. Coinbase has always welcomed the popular coin. Before Elon Musk hosted SNL, it was worth $0.63, about three times what it is now. He even calls himself “Dogefather” on Twitter, which seems to be his favorite social medium.
Market capitalization is constantly changing, but you can always buy Dogecoin on Coinbase. It may be a good time to do that now, but caution is advised as always. To get started, sign up with the exchange. When you create an account, you will get a bonus of Bitcoin worth $5 upon verification of ID. If you have a Coinbase account, but not a Coinbase Pro one, then you can sign up for the Pro version and transfer any DOGE you own from your Coinbase to your Coinbase Pro account.
History of DOGE
Dogecoin has a brief, but interesting history. It was created by software engineer Billy Markus and Adobe employee Jackson Palmer in 2013, according to a CoinDesk report. It had a non-serious, playful vibe right from the start, which caused it to become a hit. It’s still a very popular cryptocurrency. Now, let’s look at cryptos in greater depth.
About DOGE and other coins
Coins like DOGE are digital assets aimed to be used online. They are transparent and decentralized, meaning no central establishment controls them, like banks or governments. Coinbase has some tutorials and guides on crypto for those who want to educate themselves further. Moreover, courses are also available from Udemy, Coursera, LinkedIn Learning, and other such organizations.
According to Coinbase, the most lucrative cryptocurrencies at the moment are Bitcoin, Ethereum, Tether and Litecoin. Dogecoin is not listed among them.