WHAT IS DOGECOIN:
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Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency introduced on 06 December 2013 by two software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer. They wanted to create a payment system this fun, instant, and most importantly free from traditional banking fees. The logo of Dogecoin features a dog from a popular ‘Doge’ meme. On 28 January 2021, it reached a whopping $5,382,875,000 in US market capitalization. In 2021 it might compete with other cryptocurrencies. Throughout the year it might trade between $2 & $4 and may touch $5.2
WHAT IS COINBASE:
Coinbase is a digital currency exchange headquartered in California, San Francisco, and the US. The broker trades of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ethereum Classic, Bitcoin Cash, Tezos, Litecoin, and parcels of other cryptocurrencies, with fiat monetary forms in roughly 32 nations, and bitcoin exchanges and capacity in 190 nations around the world. Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam founded Coinbase in 2012 and it’s currently it is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges within the US by trading volume.
WHAT IS ROBINHOOD:
Robinhood Markets is an American financial service that gives commission-free trading through its website and mobile app. Robinhood provides trading of Ethereum and Bitcoin (commission-free). Its main source of revenue is interest earned from customer’s cash and margin lending.
HOW TO BUY DOGECOIN, COINBASE, AND ROBINHOOD:
Dogecoin can be bought through using PayPal, bank transfers, direct deposits, or converted from major digital currencies. You can buy Stocks on Robinhood from their platforms, But they won’t accept Paypal. You have to use other online wallets. You can use Paypal in Coinbase to sell your stocks but you can not buy them. You need another online wallet to buy it from their platform.