Dogecoin is a decentralized, peer-to-peer digital currency that lets user securely and anonymously send or receive cryptocurrency payments online. Dogecoin got its name from a famous Shiba Inu mascot named "Doge". Dogecoin was founded by Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus, and was officially released as a joke on December 6, 2013. After its release Dogecoin gained an online following and reached a peak market cap of $2 billion in January 2018. Dogecoin cryptocurrency wallets are available for Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android.
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