New Year 2022 has welcomed a new dog coin akin to Shiba Inu (SHIB) and Dogecoin (DOGE). The dawn of the New Year 2022 saw the birth of a cute Dog coin or, more precisely, a puppy coin named BabyDoge. The adorable pup coin is gaining an immense and almost fanatical following. The cute BabyDoge community is getting larger with each passing day, and its raging popularity is increasing.
New Record: BabyDoge marketcap surges to $1.6B And 1.3M holders
Data from whale stats indicate that BabyDoge has set a new record of holders’ count. To be exact, 1,300,799 accounts are holding Babydoge at the moment. The cute pup coin has crossed an incredible 1.3 million holders.
- The coin has also seen an increase of 10 percent over the last 24 hours. The market cap also jumped to $1.6 billion; currently, the currency is trading at $0.000000006116 as per Coinmarketcap.
- Whalestats’ data reveal that the top 1000 BNB wallets hold 976,714,388,368,018 (976 trillion) BabyDoge Coins, currently valued at $5,8 million.
- Another crypto exchange CoinEx, after a thorough assessment of BabyDoge coin, announced its listing and made BABYDOGE/USDT pair public for trading.
BabyDoge to rub shoulders with Dogecoin and Shiba Inu
To get an idea of the immense popularity of the BabyDoge, check the latest data. On January 16, when Baby DogeCoin recorded an all-time high price of $0.000000006345, the token’s official Twitter account passed the 777k followers. The position today is the total follower count stands at 802.7K, which means approximately 25K unique people have followed BabyDoge’s Twitter account in just 72 hours.
It also remains the top trending topic in the Twitter technology sector, with 183K tweets. The story does not conclude here, and there are more histrionics in the name of the latest entrant into the Blockchain-enabled cryptocurrency arena. Its fans look like a virtual Who’s Who of notables. It includes Zach Boychuk, a Canadian professional ice hockey player currently playing for Eisbären Berlin in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (DEL),