The Robinhood app will soon make a change that could help Dogecoin investors spend the money they’ve earned by investing in the cryptocurrency.
What Robinhood did for Dogecoin
Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev said the Robinhood app — which allows people to trade and invest in cryptocurrencies — will try to make it so that people can easily withdraw and deposit cryptocurrency, according to Business Insider.
This is in reference to Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who said Dogecoin’s biggest problem is that the people who invested in it can’t spend or withdrawn their holdings from Robinhood.
- “The greatest inhibitor to its growth is that you can’t spend the Doge you buy on Robinhood,” Cuban tweeted.
Why can’t you spend Dogecoin?
- “Any holdings of Dogecoin, or other cryptocurrencies, on Robinhood are therefore effectively locked away and cannot be used to buy goods or services,” according to Business Insider. “This means investors and users of cryptocurrencies must have a separate account elsewhere if they wish to use their holdings in everyday life.”
- “An investment in Dogecoin is not about making money (although it may happen accidentally) it’s about being a part of something bigger,” according to Benzinga.