Dragon Tokens Rise Over 40% As Lunar New Year Approaches, Coins Named After Mythical Beast Outperform Dogecoin, Bitcoin, Ethereum

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As the global Chinese and Asian communities rejoice during the traditional Lunar New Year period, three dragon-themed cryptocurrencies have notably caught the wind beneath their wings. What Happened: The Lunar New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, holds the top seat among the array of traditional festivals celebrated in China and many other parts of Asia. In alignment with the time-honored lunar calendar, it signals the commencement of a new year and is celebrated with great zeal. Typically, this festivity begins anytime from late January to the middle of February. On the mainland, the …

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