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This Monday, meme coin enthusiasts were intrigued by a bitcoin significant transfer of Dogecoin (DOGE). Earlier today, 166.2 million DOGE tokens, which are worth approximately $14 million, were transferred from the Robinhood trading platform to an unknown wallet. 
The transaction was detected and reported by Whale Alert, a service that tracks large cryptocurrency transactions. 
Recent Robinhood-related Dogecoin moves
Over the past month, Robinhood has been a focal point for several major Dogecoin transactions. 
On Jan. 9, a transfer of 134.1 million DOGE (valued at around $10.85 million) was moved from Robinhood to an unknown wallet. 
Conversely, on January 8, a significant amount, 78 million DOGE, worth about $6.29 million, moved from an unknown wallet into Robinhood. 
On Jan. 4, a massive movement of 883,016,276 DOGE (approximately $72.93 million) between unknown wallets took place. 
The DOGE price drop  
Dogecoin has experienced a 6.2% decrease in value over the last 24 hours, a move that is in line with the broader cryptocurrency market’s recent downturn. 
Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and other major cryptocurrencies have also faced significant selling pressure, reflecting a wider market trend. The flagship cryptocurrency has now slipped below the $40,000 level. 
This downturn is evident in Dogecoin’s current price of $0.08082, down from a 24-hour high of $0.08632. 
This fluctuation is a part of the volatile nature of cryptocurrencies, where prices can change rapidly due to various factors, including market sentiment, regulatory news, and technological developments.

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