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Dogecoin (DOGE)

Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency created by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer, who decided to create a payment system as a "joke", making fun of the wild speculation in cryptocurrencies at the time. Despite its satirical nature, some consider it a legitimate investment prospect since its introduction on December 6, 2013.

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What is Dogecoin?

According to the official Dogecoin website, this is a decentralized peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that enables users to easily send and receive money online without any centralized reference.

  In simple words, it is a currency for the digital world. The Dogecoin network is a digital payment system used to settle financial transactions.

The Dogecoin blockchain was launched in 2013 by developers Billy Marcus and Jackson Palmer with the goal of creating a more accessible and friendly cryptocurrency. Because Bitcoin and Litecoin were based on many technical points and confused many people about why digital assets wanted to infiltrate the traditional financial system, DOGE decided to be different and offer a fun aspect to use.

One of the main reasons for Dogecoin's popularity, especially in 2021, is Elon Musk. Linking a tweet or interviewing a tech entrepreneur to the price of a cryptocurrency is difficult, but Dogefather has made a name for itself Due to its acceptance as an exchange currency. In addition, his promotion of the coin has sparked interest in several exchanges adding the cryptocurrency to their list for trading and investment.

One of the advantages of Dogecoin is that it has an established and growing community, which makes it one of the world's top cryptocurrencies in terms of market capitalization. It even ranked fourth on the CoinMarketCap website. Cuban and Musk explained that the growing number of users makes it an ideal medium of exchange.

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The History of Dogecoin

DOGE is an open source cryptocurrency that originates from a branch of the Litecoin code database. Dogecoin features the face of the Shiba Inu dog from the Doge meme “internet meme” as its logo and namesake, which hit the Internet in 2013 .

Originally formed as a "joke", Dogecoin was created by IBM software engineer Billy Markus. Markus had designed Dogecoin's protocol based on existing cryptocurrencies Luckycoin and Litecoin. He argued that a coin lighter than bitcoin has a better chance of attracting mainstream attention. At that time, Jackson Palmer announced that he was investing in Dogecoin, and that the currency would certainly be the next big thing.

Palmer is credited with making the idea a reality. Palmer had purchased the domain Dogecoin.com and added a splash screen, which featured the coin's logo and scattered Comic Sans text. Markus reached out to Palmer after seeing the site, and started efforts to develop the currency which is currently known as Dogecoin. Once launched, this cryptocurrency quickly became popular on social media. Within a few months, it reached a market value of several million dollars.

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What is special about Dogecoin?


There are some factors that make Dogecoin a unique project which are the DOGE token mining algorithm, its inflation situation and its soft fork with Litecoin.

The Dogecoin Core software allows anyone to operate a node in the Dogecoin blockchain networks and uses the Scrypt hashing method for Proof of Work. It is adapted from Bitcoin Core and other cryptocurrencies.

 Similar to Bitcoin, Dogecoin uses a blockchain, where blocks are added to the main chain through a proof-of-work process. Network participants install open source software on their devices so that they can act as a complete node. For those unfamiliar with Blockchain technology, this means that each participant maintains a complete version of the database (which includes all transactions).

The system is decentralized because there is no administrator to control it. Instead, users send information directly to each other and rely on encryption techniques to tell if other users or nodes are acting honestly.

What is Dogecoin used for?

Like other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin was launched with the primary purpose of being used as a payment method. It is interesting to know that it has been somewhat successful. So many businesses are now using Dogecoin payments for goods and services. Dogecoin is also used as an investment and trading asset to profit from price volatility.

Another point to note is that the Dogecoin community uses this cryptocurrency for charity around the world.


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