Dogecoin ATMs Now Available in the United States of America

Dogecoin is now available for purchase at Bitcoin of America ATMs. Dogecoin has been added to the prominent Bitcoin ATM operator’s list of supported currencies (BTMs).

The leading BTM operator recently revealed in a press release that it incorporated Dogecoin due to its rising popularity. Dogecoin now joins the ranks of prominent cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin.

In October 2021, Bitcoin of America introduced Ethereum, the world’s second-biggest cryptocurrency. Additionally, Bitcoin of America accepts Bitcoin and Litecoin online and in its BTM stores.

This seems to be positive news for Dogecoin adoption since Bitcoin of America now has over 1,800 BTMs spread throughout 31 states. Its universal kiosk enables users to purchase cryptocurrencies with cash after withdrawing funds from a debit card or exchanging cryptocurrency for cash.

Dogecoin makes a comeback

Dogecoin’s price, the biggest meme currency, has grown by more than 12% in the previous 24 hours, according to CoinMarketCap statistics. The cryptocurrency reached an intraday high of $0.1384, up 14% in the past three days, as shown on the Binance market.

Due to the price increase, Dogecoin has surpassed the Binance USD (BUSD) stablecoin to become the 12th biggest cryptocurrency by market capitalization.

Billy Markus, or “Shibetoshi Nakamoto,” the founder of Dogecoin, hailed the recent price surge, noting that Dogecoin increased for reasons he would not identify.

A trail of good news and technical variables may have supported the Dogecoin price surge during the previous 24 hours. U.Today earlier claimed that Dogecoin has broken over a technical obstacle, potentially triggering a rise.

On March 23, Voyager, a commission-free cryptocurrency trading platform, added support for Dogecoin, enabling users to trade and receive DOGE.

Due to Wednesday’s National Puppy Day, Binance and other organisations teased the communities behind the most famous canine parody currencies.

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