SHIB and DOGE are back in red and awaiting Twitter Crypto Wallet News

Shiba inu Coin (SHIB) shares are down 0.40% on Saturday. Reversing its 6.65% rally from Friday, SHIB stock ended the day at $0.0001246.

Tracking the movements of DOGE, SHIB stock surged to an early high of $0.0001318. When SHIB failed to reach the first major resistance level (R1) at $0.000001357, SHIB dropped to the last hour low at $0.0001214. By avoiding the first major support level (S1) at $0.00001151, SHIB closed the session at $0.0001246.

It was a quiet day in cryptocurrency news. The lack of updates from Elon Musk on DOGE and SHIB’s plans has investors looking to cash in on the week’s gains. Earlier this week, reports that Twitter was temporarily halting crypto integration plans halted DOGE’s move towards $0.20.

However, Elon Musk has been busy making changes to his newly acquired Twitter (TWTR). On Saturday, Reuters reported that Twitter has updated its App Store app to “begin charging $8 for coveted blue checkmarks.”

The $8 fee will raise expectations that Twitter will accept DOGE for payments.

Dogecoin (DOGE) price action

At the time of writing, DOGE stock is down 0.86% to $0.1234. A mixed start to the day saw the DOGE index climb to an early high of $0.1249 before dropping to a low of $0.1221.

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