Based on Whalestats, BabyDoge surpasses Shiba Inu holders, whose total number as of Jan. 23 amounts to 1,155,141.
The BabyDoge community has broken yet another milestone, according to the WhaleStats analytics data service: the number of wallets holding the viral meme cryptocurrency has risen to a new all-time high of 1,325,042.
The BabyDoge metrics seems good
🏆 New Record: #BabyDoge reaches an astonishing 1,325,000+ holders.Current Holder Count: 1,325,042💹 The top 1000 BNB wallets are holding 952,152,167,365,039 #BabyDoge ($4,137,865 USD)Source: #BabyDoge #BabyDogeCoin #BabyDogeArmy— WhaleStats – the top 1000 BSC richlist (@WhaleStatsBSC) January 23, 2022
That’s up from the 1,205,517 BabyDoge holder record on whalestats on Jan. 15; the community is rapidly expanding as more investors pile into this canine cryptocurrency.
Despite the greater price of SHIB and its larger recognition and acceptance, BabyDoge outnumbers Shiba Inu owners, with a total number of 1,155,141 as of Jan. 23. In addition, unlike BabyDoge, Shiba Inu is listed on a number of major cryptocurrency exchanges.
According to WhaleStats, the greatest BNB whales currently store a total of 952,152,167,365,039 BabyDoge coins, which is worth $4,137,865.
The currency was also back on the list of the top 10 tokens actively bought by the 1,000 biggest whales on Jan. 23, according to the site. Today, however, the token is no longer on that list.
💎👏 JUST IN: #BabyDoge @babydogecoin is back on top 10 purchased tokens by the top 1000 whale wallets#BabyDogeCoin price ups 7.8% in the last 24hrs with a current price of $0.000000004058Whale leaderboard: — WhaleStats – the top 1000 BSC richlist (@WhaleStatsBSC) January 23, 2022
At the time of writing, BabyDoge is trading at $0.000000003987, down 15.53% in the last 24 hours.