Baby Doge is also entering the Metaverse in the footsteps of its arch-rival Shiba Inu (SHIB) token, reports thecryptobasic.com. On Wednesday, Baby Doge had asked its fans what it felt if the canine-based meme coin entered the Metaverse. The tweet also featured a 19 seconds video, which seems like a trailer. The video, which is animated, reveals the Baby DogeCoin (BabyDoge) moving in the Metaverse.
The tweet closely follows arch-rival SHIB entry into the Metaverse. SHIB has declared that they are launching the purchase of their first-ever Virtual Real Estate (Shiba Lands). In all probability Baby, DogeCoin does not want to be left behind in this race, and they also want to follow suit.
— BabyDoge (@BabyDogeCoin) February 9, 2022
Baby Doge foray into Metaverse has a positive impact
The move has also had a positive impact on the BabyDoge’s price, which is changing hands at $0.000000004017 per coin. However, the past day trading volume for the coin fell 46.68% to $12,238,356.57 compared to the previous trading day.
BabyDoge popularity has been on a rising spree since the start of New Year 2022 and is all over the Twitter has continuously seen trending. BabyDoge’s official Twitter handle is almost ready to hit 1 million followers following the Twitter trend.
BabyDoge popularity surging
The popularity of BabyDoge has surged and has even surpassed the SHIB token in terms of holders’ count. Data reveals that BabyDoge’s current holder count is 1,392,797 (1.3M). It is markedly better when compared to its rival Shiba Inu holders’ count of 1,166,064. Baby DogeCoin was also made into the Canadian biggest crypto exchange, Biconomy Global.