DOGE Live Price Converter
DOGE to BTC Calculator
Dogecoin is an open-source, peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that lets its users do transactions in a more private, decentralized, and safe way.
Billy Marcus and Jackson Palmer, two Redditors (and, coincidentally, engineers) who had never met in person, created Dogecoin as a joke in 2013. By fusing a Shiba Inu with a typo in the word "dog," they capitalized on two trends that were huge in their online community at the time: Bitcoin's meteoric rise and dog memes’ popularity.
Unlike Bitcoin, Dogecoin doesn’t have a cap on supply, with a current supply being somewhere around 130 billion and 10,000 new coins produced every minute. For most of its life, Dogecoin was regarded as an amusing but worthless "meme coin." However, that changed quickly in April 2021, when Dogecoin rose to the top ten cryptos by market cap, despite individual coins being worth only pennies.
Real-time DOGE Price Rates in BTC
DOGE Live Data
The current DOGE price is ₿ 0.0000023, which is 0.05% change in the past 24 hours and -3.32% in the past 7 days. With a circulating supply of 0, DOGE’s live market cap is ₿ 324K. The 24-hour trading volume is ₿ 5.8K.
The conversion rates are calculated using the Live DOGE Price Index along with other digital asset price indices. The DOGE/USD exchange rate is updated in real-time.
Bitsgap’s Dogecoin converter is a good place to start following the DOGE market and other crypto markets' live updates.
DOGE Supported Exchanges
The exchange rate of Dogecoin is increasing.
The current value of 1 DOGE is 0.0000023 BTC. Inversely, 1.00 BTC would allow you to trade for 434 608.3 DOGE, not including platform or gas fees.
In the last 7 days, the exchange rate has decreased by -3.32%. Meanwhile, in the last 24 hours, the rate has changed by 0.05%. This time last month, the value of 1 DOGE was 0.0000024 BTC, which is a 6.03% increase from where it is now. Looking back a year, DOGE has changed by -0.0000008 BTC.
DOGE to BTC
|Asset||Today at 10:10 AM|
|0.5 DOGE||0.0000012 BTC|
|1 DOGE||0.0000023 BTC|
|5 DOGE||0.0000115 BTC|
|10 DOGE||0.000023 BTC|
|50 DOGE||0.000115 BTC|
|100 DOGE||0.0002301 BTC|
|500 DOGE||0.0011505 BTC|
|1000 DOGE||0.0023009 BTC|
BTC to DOGE
|Asset||Today at 10:10 AM|
|0.5 BTC||217 304.2 DOGE|
|1 BTC||434 608.3 DOGE|
|5 BTC||2 173 041.5 DOGE|
|10 BTC||4 346 083.1 DOGE|
|50 BTC||21 730 415.4 DOGE|
|100 BTC||43 460 830.7 DOGE|
|500 BTC||217 304 153.5 DOGE|
|1000 BTC||434 608 307 DOGE|
Today vs. 24 hours ago
|Asset||Today at 10:10 AM||24 hours ago||24H Change|
Today vs. 1 month ago
|Asset||Today at 10:10 AM||1 month ago||1 month Change|
Today vs. 1 year ago
|Asset||Today at 10:10 AM||1 year ago||1 year Change|
Dogecoin is being accepted by an increasing number of businesses, including restaurants, web server providers, travel agencies, online bookstores, and charities. These are a few companies that accept Dogecoin today: Twitch, GameStop, AirBaltic, and Hope For Paws, among others.
Like Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin can be used to transfer money, pay for goods and services, or be used in lieu of cash. Users can make transactions without going through a third party like a bank and can remain anonymous even if the blockchain record is public.
Among crypto communities, Dogecoin is perhaps the most prominent. As a result, it caught the attention of many celebrities, who either bought DOGE themselves or publicly supported the coin and its community on social media. Since the community’s hype is such a powerful force for DOGE, its price tends to fluctuate whenever it features on social media.
That was exactly what happened when Elon Musk started tweeting pictures of a fake "Doge" magazine cover that was immediately caught up by others and spiked Dogecoin’s price. It was in April 2020 that Elon Musk's post, "Doge barking at the moon," pushed the price of Dogecoin up by over 600%. Thanks to this, Dogecoin's market cap has increased to $ 41 billion.
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