Dogecoin prices skyrocket in 2021, but slump on ‘Doge Day’: CNBC After Hours

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    CNBC.com’s Pippa Stevens brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, Kate Rooney breaks down the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin on what supporters claim is ‘Doge Day.’ Plus, the ‘After Hours’ team dives into today’s Apple product launch.

    00:00 — Intro

    0:32 — Dow crosses 34,000 for first time in history

    1:22 — Coinbase’s debut is watershed moment for crypto industry

    4:02 — CNBC Soundcheck

    5:42 — Overheated Florida market?

    9:11 — Numbers round

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