Revolut Explores Listing DOGE: Report Anna Shvets
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Revolut, a UK-based fintech company, is currently exploring options to add support for dogecoin (DOGE), The Block has learned, citing sources familiar with the matter. The London-based company is reportedly still running tests and might list the cryptocurrency ahead of Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live later this weekend. The company has not commented on the rumor.

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Revolut's possible new listing comes after the company opened withdrawals for bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin). The feature, which is currently in beta version, is only available to British users who have a Metal account. Revolut first started offering the possibility to trade cryptocurrencies back in 2018.

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As iHodl earlier reported, also added support for the dogecoin cryptocurrency. The company said that despite the fact the overhyped cryptocurrency was launched as a joke, it was built on crypto primitives in the first place.

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