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Compare exchange rates for BTC to DOGE

  • Wirex logoWirex
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin529,269 DOGE
  • Binance logoBinance
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin534,759 DOGE
  • OKX logoOKX
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin527,704 DOGE
  • Coinbase logoCoinbase
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin531,915 DOGE
  • BTSE logoBTSE
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin526,316 DOGE
  • Kucoin logoKucoin
    Bitcoin1 BTCDogecoin525,210 DOGE

About Bitcoin (BTC)

Bitcoin (BTC) is the first and most well-known cryptocurrency, created in 2009 by an anonymous person or group known as Satoshi Nakamoto. It operates on a decentralized peer-to-peer network using blockchain technology, which ensures transparent and secure transactions without the need for intermediaries like banks. Bitcoin's significance lies in its pioneering role in the digital currency revolution, offering a new form of money that is resistant to inflation and government interference. Additionally, Bitcoin can be easily converted to other cryptocurrencies through various exchanges, making it a versatile asset in the crypto ecosystem.

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About Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin (DOGE) was created in 2013 by Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer as a playful response to the explosive growth of other cryptocurrencies. It operates on a decentralized, peer-to-peer network using a proof-of-work consensus mechanism similar to Bitcoin, but with a quicker block time and an unlimited supply. Initially conceived as a joke featuring the popular Shiba Inu 'Doge' meme, Dogecoin has gained a significant following and is often used for tipping content creators online. Its widespread popularity and active community make it easy to convert DOGE to other cryptocurrencies, enhancing its liquidity and usability in the broader crypto ecosystem.

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BTC to DOGE conversion rates

1 BTC
529,269 DOGE
2 BTC
1,058,537 DOGE
3 BTC
1,587,806 DOGE
4 BTC
2,117,074 DOGE
5 BTC
2,646,343 DOGE
6 BTC
3,175,611 DOGE
7 BTC
3,704,880 DOGE
8 BTC
4,234,148 DOGE
9 BTC
4,763,417 DOGE
10 BTC
5,292,686 DOGE

DOGE to BTC conversion rates

1 DOGE
0.00000189 BTC
2 DOGE
0.00000378 BTC
3 DOGE
0.00000567 BTC
4 DOGE
0.00000756 BTC
5 DOGE
0.00000945 BTC
6 DOGE
0.00001134 BTC
7 DOGE
0.00001323 BTC
8 DOGE
0.00001512 BTC
9 DOGE
0.000017 BTC
10 DOGE
0.00001889 BTC

How to buy Bitcoin (BTC) with Dogecoin (DOGE)

To buy Bitcoin using Dogecoin, first, find a cryptocurrency exchange that supports the BTC/DOGE trading pair, such as Wirex or Kraken. Create an account, verify your identity, and deposit your DOGE into your exchange wallet. Locate the BTC/DOGE pair on the trading platform and place an order to exchange your Dogecoin for Bitcoin. If the BTC/DOGE pair is unavailable, you can first exchange Dogecoin for a stablecoin like Tether (USDT) or a fiat currency, then trade that for Bitcoin. Be mindful of potential exchange fees, which vary by platform and can affect the total cost of your transaction.

How to sell Bitcoin (BTC) for Dogecoin (DOGE)

To sell Bitcoin for Dogecoin, first, find a cryptocurrency exchange that supports the BTC/DOGE trading pair, such as Wirex or Kraken. Create an account, verify your identity, and deposit your BTC into your exchange wallet. Locate the BTC/DOGE pair on the trading platform and place a sell order to exchange your Bitcoin for Dogecoin. If the BTC/DOGE pair is unavailable, you can first sell Bitcoin for a stablecoin like Tether (USDT) or a fiat currency, then trade that for Dogecoin. Be mindful of potential exchange fees, which vary by platform and can affect the total amount you receive.

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