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Dogecoin (DOGE) current price is $0.0940 with a marketcap of $12,955,366,850.00. Its price is 2.18% up in the last 24 hours.

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Dogecoin

4 Reasons Why Dogecoin Will Be The Next Bitcoin

Dogecoin is an alternative cryptocurrency to Bitcoin. It has been around since 2013 but recently gained popularity due to its community and memes.

Dogecoin is a peer-to-peer digital currency that was created in December 2013 by Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer. The name "Doge" comes from the Shiba Inu dog meme that became popular on 4chan in 2011.

Dogecoin is decentralized because there is no central authority that controls the creation of new coins. Instead, each coin is generated through a process called mining. This means that every transaction is recorded in a ledger known as the blockchain.

Dogecoin Has A Big Community.

Dogecoin has a strong community behind it. There are more than 100,000 people who use the currency daily. They also share memes and jokes online.

Dogecoin is Fun.

Dogecoin was originally designed as a joke by Jackson Palmer. He wanted to make a fun coin with a silly name. However, he soon realized that there were other people who shared his vision. So, he decided to turn his idea into reality.

Dogecoin is a Cheap Cryptocurrency.

Dogecoin is cheap because it uses the same technology as Bitcoin. This means that it can be sent across the internet just like Bitcoin. It also costs less than $0.0005 per transaction. That makes it cheaper than sending money through PayPal or Western Union.
Dogecoin is fun because it has a meme associated with it. People love to use the word “doge” when talking about currency. They even made a song called “Doge Song” that features the phrase “I'm doggin' it.”

Dogecoin is a Decentralized Cryptoccuncy.

Dogecoin is decentralized because there is no central authority controlling it. There is no one who decides what will happen next. Instead, it is controlled by people who run computers that solve mathematical equations. These computers are known as miners.
The first miner was awarded 50 million coins in 2014. Since then, more and more people have joined the mining process. As of January 2018, there were 1,845 active miners.

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More About Dogecoin

Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency that is based on the "Doge" Internet meme, features a Shiba Inu logo.

Dogecoin is based on Litecoin, it's a Litecoin fork. Dogecoin was introduced as a joke currency on December 6, 2013. It quickly developed an online community and reached a capitalization in January 2014 of US$60 millions.

Dogecoin was able to produce coins quickly, compared with other cryptocurrencies. 100 billion coins were already in circulation at mid-2015. There would be an additional 5.256 million coins each year. The 100 billionth Dogecoin was mined on 30 June 2015.

Dogecoin was founded by Jackson Palmer, Australia, and Billy Markus, Portland, Oregon. They wanted to create a fun cryptocurrency that would appeal to more people than the core Bitcoin community.

Dogecoin is used primarily as a tipping mechanism on Reddit or Twitter, where users tip each others for sharing great content.

Dogecoin's developers have not made major changes to the coin in over a year.

Dogecoin may be left behind, which is why Shibas have decided to leave Dogecoin in order to join other advanced platforms such as Ethereum.

Dogecoin's relaxed, fun-loving community is one of its strengths.

This is a weakness as other currencies are more professional.

After you have opened an account at a DOGE currency exchange, and deposited funds, it is time to trade.