Dogecoin: What Is It, History and How to Buy

The world of cryptocurrencies can be a bit intimidating and full of technical language that may scare off some potential investors. One crypto, though, adds a bit of whimsy — Dogecoin, the crypto named after the Doge (pronounced DOJH) meme that was popular around 2013. Outdated meme references and cuddly shiba inus aside, Dogecoin is a very real cryptocurrency with a market cap, as of March 2021, north of $7 billion. Much wow, indeed. You, too, can invest in Dogecoin if you’re interested in an alternative to stocks, bonds and other traditional investments. It should be known, though, that cryptocurrencies have a tendency to be very volatile. 

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