Memecoins on a Tear, Outperforming Bitcoin

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New Crypto Watch data shows memecoins like on dogecoin (DOGE) and shiba inu (SHIB) are outperforming bitcoin (BTC). Plus, meme stocks like Bed Bath & Beyond are also surging. “All About Bitcoin” host Lawrence Lewitinn breaks down the Chart of the Day.

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