Made as a literal joke in 2013 by IBM software engineer Billy Markus and Adobe engineer Jackson Palmer, Dogecoin is now a multi-billion dollar crypto icon… helped partly by ‘Dogefather’ Elon Musk relentlessly tweeting about it for the first half of 2021. The memecoin was conceived via a fork from existing cryptocurrencies Luckycoin and Litecoin, with no hard cap on its supply. Today, apart from deriving value from its meme status, DOGE can be used as a tip on Reddit and Twitter — adding a use case for the token.
Tesla however has not sold any of its Dogecoin since it was purchased.
Make no mistake: the hype for dog themed sh*tcoins is not dying down – not even in the slightest.
While other cryptos contemplate how to get out of the slump, Doge is keeping its tail wagging with a little help from Elon Musk.
Dog-themed coins can’t stop wagging their tail with excitement since Elon’s Twitter acquisition. Will the gains continue, or will they fizzle out?
Elon’s Twitter deal chaos could be coming to end and no one’s more excited about the potential of his influence than the the doggy HODLers out there.
Dogechain’s had its tail wagging all week as investors throw its DC token a bone ahead of a potential token burn.
From meme-coin to the second-biggest PoW chain in the industry. Crypto may be many things, but boring’s not one of them.
The newly launched Dogechain has the crypto community wondering once again – legitimate project, or yet another rugpull?
As crypto enjoys its fourth straight week of gains, hinting at the thawing of the most recent crypto winter, investors are enjoying the risky side of life again.
Dogecoin gets an upgrade to iron out some pesky problems, but it’s not enough hype to lift it above a key line in the sand, price-wise.
This week’s headlines may’ve been dominated by inflation and rate hikes, but it seems Elon Musk’s is well on way to getting #trending title back. Where do we start?
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