Dogecoin and Others Now Available at Grocery Store Kiosks


Dogecoin continues to break boundaries despite the bearish conditions of the crypto market. So, surprisingly, DOGE will now be available at the grocery store.

Coinme, a prominent Bitcoin kiosk firm, recently expanded its lists as it plans to add several tokens. So far, the firm, with a presence in over 10,000 grocery stores, listed Ethereum [ETH], Polygon [MATIC], Dogecoin [DOGE], Chainlink [CHAIN], Stellar [XLM], and Litecoin [LTC].

Addressing this development, the CEO of the firm Neil Bergquist said:

“People are attracted to different coins for different reasons, whether that’s a store of value or a medium of exchange. Our position is to provide safe and secure access to digital currencies, and our customers can use them how they like to use them in a safe environment.”

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Dogecoin Remains Stagnant Despite Adoption Rate

While DOGE remains the center of attraction for prominent influencers like Elon Musk, compared to other memecoins, the asset’s price remains the same. Additionally, the altcoin has garnered a major spot on several global platforms. In addition, Crypto ATMs and kiosks have also shown support for the asset.

Nevertheless, the community believes that the asset might increase its price. However, at press time, Dogecoin was down by 0.15%  in the last 24 hours while its price remains at $0.0680. Additionally, the memecoin dipped by 18% in the previous seven days.

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