Here’s everything traders need to know about Coinbase accepting DOGE payments.
- First off, Coinbase Commerce is the crypto exchange’s platform that allows businesses to accept crypto payments.
- It already offers this ability for Bitcoin (CCC:BTC-USD), USD Coin (CCC:USDC-USD), and others.
- This also businesses to accept crypto payments for no fee.
- They can then do what they want with them, which includes holding, selling, or exchanging them for other cryptos.
- Coinbase Commerce notes that it only takes minutes to set up and allows users to act as their own banks.
- In addition to this, it also highlights that users won’t have to worry about chargebacks.
- The platform didn’t make a big spectacle about adding Dogecoin to its platform.
- Instead, it made a simple announcement about the change via its Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) account.
- Of course, that didn’t go unnoticed by DOGE lovers.
- Many of them were celebrating the Dogecoin news in the comments below that Tweet.
- That includes Dogecoin creator Shibetoshi Nakamoto, who is no longer on the project.
- He said he’s happy to see “dog money being used to buy things.”
- Matt Wallace, the man behind the biggest DOGE channel on YouTube also chimed in.
- Wallace weighed in with “Dogecoin really is the future cryptocurrency of earth.”
DOGE got a boost when the news was announced after-hours Wednesday but is currently down nearly 1% over a 24-hour period on Thursday morning.
There’s other crypto news to talk about today besides what’s happening with Dogecoin.
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