In a recent news we heard that Japanese tennis star Naomi Osaka is the latest celebrity to get bitten by the cryptocurrency bug. She was intrigued by the cryptocurrency after she read about Dogecoin (DOGE). Dogecoins was created as a joke on Bitcoin and the poke can be interpreted from the meme dog as the icon of the currency. Shiba Inu is a Japanese dog that appears as the logo of the coin and was a famous meme at that time. The technology used and the unlimited supply of the currency accompanied with the consumer-friendly version, more adaptable and faster characteristics made it a better version of Bitcoin. https://kalkinemedia.com/definition/d/dogecoin . Dogecoin is not a joke anymore and its value increased by more than thousand fold in 2021.
@JohnSmithK I strongly disagree on that , i find doge a mere copy of btc with a lil bit of tweaks here and there. DOGE clearly has no fundamentals and is merely used for pump and dump by celebrities and influencers . I think it's a waste of both money and technology. I guess LTC is a better alternative to BTC than DOGE.
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