Bitso, Mexico's leading cryptocurrency exchange, announced in a recent Twitter announcement that it has listed Dogecoin (DOGE). According to CoinMarketCap data, the DOGE price, which was trading at $0.1299 at the time of the listing news, did not gain much momentum. DOGE is currently trading at $0.1308.

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The exchange emphasized that it only supports tokens on the Dogecoin Blockchain. Bitso added support for DOGE's biggest competitor, the Shiba Inu, in January. The exchange hosts a total of 33 cryptocurrencies on its platform, including Sand (SAND), Gala (GALA), Enjin (ENJ), SushiSwap (SUSHI).

A new compelling proposal for DOGE has come from billionaire investor Mark Cuban, known for his support for Dogecoin (DOGE). Replying to Twitter's new owner, Elon Musk, Cuban suggested using Dogecoin to detect bot accounts on Twitter.

Elon Musk has said that he will target bot accounts that have been trying to commit cryptocurrency scams on Twitter for months. According to some sources, it is thought that Musk's desire to solve this problem also played a role in his acquisition of Twitter.

In the latest development, Elon Musk first answered “with people” to a user who asked how to detect bot accounts on Twitter. Upon this, billionaire investor Mark Cuban, who responded to Elon Musk's response, suggested that DOGE be given as a reward to people who helped detect bot accounts.

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Dogecoin (DOGE) investor pulls out: Hundreds of thousands have logged out

Like many coins and tokens, Dogecoin also got its share from the meltdown in the crypto money markets. While the numbers show that there has been a massive exit of investors from the "meme token", the number of people who completely sold their DOGEs in 10 days has exceeded 40 thousand.

The fact that the number of people who debuted in the last 10 days has reached tens of thousands, also reveals how bad the general picture is. In Dogecoin, which experienced a huge decrease compared to last year, more than 700 thousand investors left the coin in their hands completely.