Dogecoin history

Dogecoin is a peer-to-peer cryptocurrency, often categorized as an altcoin in comparison to Bitcoin and Ether. It was launched in December 2013 as a comical alternative to the major coins, with a Shibu Inu as its logo. A community soon began to grow around the coin, even with it having limited uses as a method of payment or any real use cases. It's also known for its famous spoof slogan, "To the moon!".

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Dogecoin functionality

Dogecoin functionality

Dogecoin is based primarily on the same foundations as Litecoin, and has a block processing time of one minute. This allows payments to be sent quickly to recipients around the world. Unlike other cryptocurrencies, there is also no limit on the amount of Dogecoins that can be mined. It's popularly used for tipping online in forums such as Reddit and social media channels. Due to the low price of each coin, tips can be sent without having to send fractions of a coin. This makes it much easier to send someone a small amount of money in whole Dogecoins.

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