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An online decentralized cryptocurrency which was originally created as a joke. Similar to Litecoin, Dogecoin uses the hashing algorithm, Scrypt.
Dogecoin worths almost nothing, how come you believe that Dogecoin will rise?
by ryancflam April 10, 2016
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A crypto-currency worth absolutely nothing, yet is used anyways. TO THE MOON!
Wow, such dogecoin. Many riches. Very to the moon. wow
by RoundedColt8 June 26, 2014
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Much Currency
Such Value
Much $hibe
What Hashrate
Such Cryptocurrency
Dogecoin will go to the moon because much value and such fun
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noun | dȯj - kȯin – A cryptocurrency, originally created by computer programmers Billy Marus and Jackson Palmer, to parody other cryptocurrencies. The Dogecoin, with the ticker symbol of “DOGE,” features a Shiba Inu dog, from the “Doge” Internet meme, as its logo. Dogecoin differs from most other cryptocurrencies in that it is inflationary, rather than deflationary. Deflationary cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, have a hard cap on the number of coins to be produced. An inflationary currency, such as Dogecoin, may allot for perpetual production (i.e., Dogecoin production is capped at about five billion coins per year). Critics argue that inflationary cryptocurrencies destroy value, due to perceived unlimited supply, whereas proponents believe inflationary cryptocurrencies have better long-term utility – as it discourages factors such as hoarding – and provides a predictable and steady currency supply. Elon Musk had Tweeted that Dogecoin might be considered his “favorite cryptocurrency” and agreed that a ‘Mars economy will run on crypto.’
Bro, is Dogecoin a bubble?
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noun | dȯj - kȯin – A cryptocurrency, created by computer programmers Billy Marus and Jackson Palmer in 2013, to parody other cryptocurrencies. The Dogecoin, with the ticker symbol of “DOGE,” features a Shiba Inu dog, from the “Doge” Internet meme, as its logo. Dogecoin differs from most other cryptocurrencies in that it is inflationary, rather than deflationary. Deflationary cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, have a hard cap on the number of coins to be produced. An inflationary currency, such as Dogecoin, may allot for perpetual production (i.e. Dogecoin production is capped at about five billion coins per year). Critics argue that inflationary cryptocurrencies destroy value, due to a perceived unlimited supply, whereas proponents believe inflationary cryptocurrencies have better long-term utility – as it discourages factors such as hoarding – and provides a predictable and steady currency supply. Elon Musk had Tweeted that Dogecoin might be considered his “favorite cryptocurrency” and agreed that a ‘Mars economy will run on crypto.’
Bro, Dogecoin is going to eventually be worth something or nothing.
by William Zafra Velasco January 03, 2021
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