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Revision as of 15:35, 7 July 2018

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Dogecoin
Dogecoin Logo.jpg
Founded 2013
Key People Jackson Palmer
Employees Approx. 10
Products Dogecoin digital assets (DOGE)
Twitter @dogecoin
StockTwits DOGE
LinkedIn Profile
Facebook OfficialDogecoin
Website https://dogecoin.com/

Dogecoin (DOGE) is a cryptocurrency based on an Internet meme of a shiba inu speaking excitedly in broken English.[1]

Background

Dogecoin began as a fork of Litecoin.[2] It was created in 2013 by Jackson Palmer, a product manager at Adobe.[3] Palmer created Dogecoin as a joke, and considers himself a "crypto bear." He does not currently have a large role in the management of the Dogecoin project and has expressed that he prefers it that way.[4]

In January 2018, Dogecoin's market cap exceeded $2 billion, making it the most successful "parody" altcoin to date.[5]

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