Billy Markus, also known as Shibetoshi Nakamoto, the founder of Dogecoin (DOGE), would want Dogecoin (DOGE) not to be labeled as a meme cryptocurrency. Rather, he emphasizes the importance of Dogecoin (DOGE) marketing itself as a digital currency as opposed to a meme cryptocurrency.
The Dogecoin (DOGE) founder condemns scammy tokens in a series of tweets, calling them shit coins which he classifies as “any ‘meme’ token anything that has no use case. any token that people spam on threads.”
Billy Markus highlighted the reasons why Dogecoin (DOGE) should give up the status as a meme cryptocurrency by arguing that “there’s already infinite digital speculation and digital utility tokens and chains, and pointless speculation tokens are made daily. dogecoin is in the best position to be the most used for purchasing and tipping.”
He emphasizes how supporters may help the Dogecoin (DOGE) project by further adding that ”you can contribute directly to the core code, you can contribute to one of the many projects the dogecoin foundation is spearheading. Nothing stops you from helping the thing that you want to succeed. speculation has brought attention. work brings utility.”
According to previously posted Github notes, Dogecoin (DOGE) may be seeing a core release yet again. The remarks are related to the Dogecoin (DOGE) v1.14.6 release. In November 2021, the latest iteration of Dogecoin (DOGE), v1.14.5, was published, which included significant security updates and network policy modifications.
The Dogecoin (DOGE) founder announced his plan to campaign for Dogecoin (DOGE) tipping on Twitter back in February 2022. Markus stated on Twitter that he plans to make at minimum one tweet each day with the #DogeTwitterTipJar hashtag to keep the Twitter team informed about his goal of expanding the tipping use cases of Dogecoin (DOGE).
The Dogecoin (DOGE) founder stated that he will continue to be active on Twitter since he holds that the platform should use Dogecoin (DOGE) for tipping.
Twitter’s social media giant unveiled a functionality in February that lets users of its mobile app to tip their preferred content creators in Ethereum (ETH), the second-largest crypto by market cap after Bitcoin (BTC).