Baby Dogecoin added nearly 100,000 new holders in a week, as interest around the memecoin continues to grow.
According to the data from BscScan, BabyDoge attracted nearly 100k new holders in a week. The total number of holders now stand at a striking 1.312 million indicating a massive surge of interest in meme currency.
Prospective Baby Doge holders can buy Baby Doge through the likes of Coinex, Okex, and Gate.io, with holders hoping for more listings in the future.
Baby Dogecoin Price and Holders Grows in 2022
While 2022 has been a shaky start for most cryptocurrencies, Baby Doge has recorded growth in the past month. Its price is up almost 250% in the last 30 days. This is a significant gain compared to the likes of Bitcoin, SHIB, and Dogecoin, which have price drops of 20%, 22% and 10%, respectively.
While there does not seem to be a particular reason for Baby Doge's huge growth in popularity, it seems the community has rallied around attempts to get Baby Doge listed on Binance.
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This is quite the successful method to garner attention, as demonstrated by the ShibArmy's demand for a Robinhood SHIB listing.
Aside from this, various Baby Doge burns and its expansion onto the Ethereum blockchain may be relevant.
After Baby Doge on Twitter crossed 800K followers, the community took to the social media platform to celebrate its success, which also includes its overall price growth.
However, not even Baby Doge can avoid the crypto price crashes. On January 21, it is down some 13%, reflecting the wider market price drops.