eToro said it's adding dogecoin to the cryptocurrencies traded on its exchange due to client demand.
- eToro's 20 million users around the world will now be able to trade the Shiba Inu-represented crypto.
- It joins the likes of Kraken, Crypto.com, OKEx and other exchanges that list the cryptocurrency.
- DOGE is up 7% on the day with a market cap of $53.4 billion, according to CoinDesk data.
UPDATE (May 3, 19:08 UTC): Adds information on DOGE's intraday price movement.
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