Renowned cryptocurrency investing app Robinhood is again having issues with processing orders amid the trading frenzy in crypto assets.
The fourth leading cryptocurrency by market cap, Dogecoin [DOGE], consistent with Messari, made an all-time high around $0.60 USD earlier today on Tuesday and is now trading around $0.53 USD at the reporting time.
Ethereum [ETH], the second-largest cryptocurrency, was surging for a 10x straight daily gain, potentially tying its longest streak in history, and pushed Tuesday to a new all-time high price over $3,500 USD.
But many cryptocurrency traders flocking to Robinhood to put orders may have instead learned that service was disrupted.
Within an official tweet, Robinhood assured users that it had been working to resolve the difficulty as soon as possible:
This isn’t the primary time Robinhood has experienced platform issues. Earlier in January, Robinhood blocked trading in volatile stocks including GameStop and AMC during the purchasing frenzy prompted by Reddit group r/WallStreetBets. The trading app faced lawsuits following the blockage.
In line with Tuesday’s tweet, traders can visit status.robinhood.com for real-time updates.