Recent blockchain data shows an Ethereum whale added 8 million Dogecoin to its crypto holdings
- Dogecoin climbs 16.48% as Tesla starts accepting it
- Whales Keep Moving Dogecoin
According to data provided by WhaleStats, an anonymous Ethereum whale acquired eight million DOGE worth $1,411,777.
Meanwhile, electric car manufacturing giant Tesla, led by the world’s richest man, Elon Musk, has started selling merchandise for the original cryptocurrency. Tesla has introduced two products so far.
🐳 An ETH whale just bought 8,000,000 $DOGE ($1,411,777).
– WhaleStats – the top 1000 Ethereum list (@WhaleStats) January 14, 2022
Dogecoin climbs 16.48% as Tesla starts accepting it
Now that Tesla has launched several products priced at Dogecoin, the price of even the most popular cryptocurrency has now jumped over 16%, trading at $0.1985 on the day.
Tesla has started selling a few merchandising parts at Doge’s price. Tesla product manager Taylor Robinette posted photos of two items on his official Twitter account: a “cyberwhistle”, a collectible in the form of a Cybertruck worth 300 DOGE (already sold out stock, according to the Tesla site) and a “Giga Texas Belt Buckle” at the price of 835 DOGE.
You can now buy certain items on Tesla Shop in Dogecoin… exclusively in Dogecoin! https://t.co/I4jSgwJZ5O
—Taylor Robinette (@twrobinette) January 14, 2022
Earlier today, Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus urged the DOGE community to go spend their coin wealth on Tesla merch in his comment under Musk’s tweet about Tesla starting to sell merchandise for Dogecoin .
Whales Keep Moving Dogecoin
According to Dogecoin Whale Alert Twitter page, in the last 24 hours, 39 million Dogecoin were transferred between anonymous wallets.
Each transaction carried 4 million, 5 million, or 8 million meme coins.