Dogecoin Co-Founder Says DOGE Should Market Itself as “Digital Currency”

Tomiwabold Olajide

DOGE creator criticizes scammy tokens, calling them ‘shit tokens’

Dogecoin Maker Billy Markus, or Shibetoshi Nakamoto, would rather Dogecoin not stick to the description of “meme” cryptocurrency. Instead, he preaches that “Dogecoin should market itself as a digital currency.”

In a series of tweets, the DOGE creator criticizes scammy tokens, calling them “shit tokens,” which he defines as “any “meme” token. anything that has no use case. any sign that people are spamming on threads.”

Pointing out why Dogecoin has had to give up its meme status, he says, “There is already an infinite amount of digital speculation and digital tokens and digital utility chains, and pointless speculation tokens are being created every day. Dogecoin is in the best position to be the most. are used for purchases and tips”

He emphasizes how proponents can contribute to the Dogecoin project: “You can contribute directly to the core code, you can contribute to one of the many projects spearheaded by the dogecoin foundation. nothing stops you from helping that which you want to succeed. speculation has attracted attention. work brings benefit.”

As previously reported by U.Today, Dogecoin may see another core release, according to recently shared Github notes. The comments shared are related to the release of Dogecoin v1.14.6. The recent version of Dogecoin, v1.14.5, was released in November 2021 and contains important security updates and network policy changes.

In February, the creator of Dogecoin took to Twitter to announce its intention to push on Twitter for tips from Dogecoin.

To do so, Markus tweeted that he plans to post at least one tweet every day with the #DogeTwitterTipJar hashtag to constantly draw the Twitter team’s attention to his goal of improving Dogecoin’s use cases for tips. to improve.

In his words, the creator of Dogecoin said he just continues to harass Twitter because he believes DOGE should be used to leave a tip on Twitter.

Earlier in February, Twitter’s social media giant introduced a feature that allows users of its mobile version to tip their favorite content creators in the second-largest cryptocurrency by market cap, Ethereum, after Bitcoin was introduced first.

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