You can’t leash the DOGE

Dogecoin, Holytransaction

You can’t leash the DOGE

Dogecoin, Holytransaction

When ideas and community purpose matter more than the last fin-tech innovation.

Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency, a form of digital money that like bitcoin, enables peer-to-peer transactions across a decentralized network.

If you’ve spent any time on the internet during the last decade, you shall have heard of the Doge meme: the iconic Shibe, barking comic sans quote like, “so scare,” “much noble,” “wow.”

At the peak of the meme’s popularity near the tail end of 2013, Palmer, an Australian marketer for one of the world’s largest tech companies, made a joke combining two of the internet’s most talked-about topics: cryptocurrency and Doge.

It was a joke taking aim at the bizarre world of crypto and at the recent coin-naming hype.

“Investing in Dogecoin,” Palmer tweeted, “pretty sure it’s the next big thing.”

And the tweet got a lot of attention. 

So the joke became a true play.

He bought the Dogecoin.com domain and uploaded a photoshopped Shibe on a coin. Adding a note on the site: If you want to make Dogecoin a reality, get in touch.

And this is just the tip. So, If you are interested in knowing the greatest detail of Dogecoin history, we bet you’ll like this article by Alex Moskov published at CoinCentral.com

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