So, what is Dogecoin (Doge)?
In short, Doge is a cryptocurrency, like Bitcoin, Etherium, and Litecoin. Doge is among literally hundreds of existing cryptocurrencies, all of which have their unique differences, use cases, and communities.
Dogecoin.com, the official website of Doge, describes it as such:
Dogecoin is a decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency that enables you to easily send money online. Think of it as “the internet currency.”
The Internet Currency
Doge adopters believe that it’s the perfect digital currency for several reasons. Joining the ranks of longtime Doge supporters we are seeing a growing number of high powered individuals helping to spread the word about Doge:
Much has been written about Dogecoin as of late. Rather than rehashing everything already written, we thought we’d provide you with a simple list of links to resources we find valuable.
Check out these spaces for opportunities to learn more about Doge (and to laugh and share memes, if that’s your thing … which we encourage):
Doge Related Websites
- Dogecoin.com – The official site of Dogecoin
- Dogecoin Subreddit – The unofficial official place where all the memes live, and there are some conversations there, too.
- Dogecoin Development Subreddit – Updates from the official Doge Dev team
- Dogecoin Education Subreddit – A subreddit where you can ask all of your Dogecoin-related questions, and even get some answers!
- AllThingsDogecoin Subreddit – A subreddit created by a group of longtime Doge supporters whose mission is to help dispel myths about Doge, and to help educate others on what Ðogecoin is.
- Dogecoin GitHub Repository – The official home of the Ðogecoin code.
…and we’d also love to share this video from YouTube that we think does a great job of explaining what Dogecoin is:
Thank you for visiting our website and for your interest in Dogecoin!