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Dogecoin surges to dizzying heights amid TikTok hype
Oliver Knight
July 9, 2020, 6:27 am
Dogecoin, a longstanding staple of the cryptocurrency ecosystem, has been struck by a remarkably unexpected rally over the past 48-hours, with it now trading 82% higher against Bitcoin than it was two days ago.
The meme-friendly digital asset, which was created as a joke in 2013, has emerged as a target for millions of TikTok users that claim it will rally all the way to $1.
The #DOGE hashtag now has millions of posts on both TikTok and Twitter, with cryptocurrency exchanges responding by listing both futures and perpetual swap contracts of the cryptocurrency.
This morning Binance revealed that as of tomorrow customers can trade Doge/USDT with up to 50x leverage.
Bitfinex, meanwhile, announced that it will list MDOGE with a conversion rate of one million as it attempts to capitalise on the recent wave of hype.

While a coin like Doge pumping unsustainably may seem like fun, investors should be wary about using leveraged products as it massively increases the risk of liquidation.
To be clear, this is not financial advice but retail investors should be cautious about buying into an asset that has already made substantial gains on the back of a viral social media post, especially when Doge has been the recipient of a number of pump and dumps over the past two years.
Looking at Dogecoin’s chart, the current level of 50 sats has been a historical point of support and resistance dating all the way back to 2015, which means price may be halted here unless another wave of volume comes in.
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Top 10 Best Cryptocurrency Wallets for 2019 (Re-Post)

Top 10 Best Cryptocurrency Wallets for 2019 (Re-Post)
You've asked for a list to find the Best Cryptocurrency Wallet, We've delivered! Bitcoin prices have been rising throughout 2019, and have now hit over $10,000! Pair that with newer cryptocurrencies such as ether along with an increasing acceptance of blockchain tech plus media and government coverage, cryptocurrency wallets are needed now more than ever. Whether you are looking for the best cryptocurrency wallets, Bitcoin wallet or the best Ethereum wallet, we've got you covered.
These best cryptocurrency wallets, best Bitcoin wallets, and best Ethereum wallets have proven to be crowd-pleasers, and each comes with its own array of pros and cons that are mostly dependent on user preference:

1. Ledger Nano S (Best Ethereum Wallet)

The Ledger Nano S is a cryptocurrency multi-asset hardware wallet that looks like a folding flash drive. It can store Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other Altcoins. The Ledger Nano S connects via a USB cable and requires interaction with the device to confirm transactions. Ledger’s Nano S is also U2F authentication compliant for use with other services and can run multiple apps. The Ledger Nano is safe, relatively inexpensive, malware proof and cannot be hacked. For those reasons, we think it is one of the best cryptocurrency wallets. See #6 for the Nano's beefed up brother, the Ledger Blue!
Ledger Nano S is available in saffron yellow, flamingo pink, jade green, lagoon blue, and black.
According to Ledger, these are in stock and shipping.
Cost: $59
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2. Coinbase (Best Bitcoin Wallet)

CB is an established and dedicated cryptocurrency exchange, a Bitcoin, and Ethereum wallet, and is supported in more than 30 countries. They have helped over 10 million users transact more than $20 billion in cryptocurrency exchanges and is the industry leader for cryptocurrency exchange. They have a great user interface that is easy to use.
Free to sign up but they do charge a minimal transaction fee depending on the size of the transaction. Simply sign up, connect your bank account or credit card, then buy your cryptocurrency. You will need to verify your identity by providing 1 or multiple pieces of identity, depending on how much you buy. Once you've purchased your Bitcoin, You can easily transfer it to your “vault” for better protection. It may take several days to receive the first Bitcoins you purchase. Be sure to turn on 2-factor authentication for additional protection to your account, you can download this on any cell phone using Google Authenticator or Authy.
Sign Up Here >

3. Ledger BLUE

The “Rolls Royce of hardware wallets! It is by far the most advanced hardware security gear on the market. Comes with a color large touchscreen, Bluetooth, and a rechargeable battery. Lightweight for easy transportation and storage. Works with multi currencies and extensible with other apps. Ledger offers enterprise-level security. If it wasn't for the high price point, Ledger would get our vote for the top 5 best cryptocurrency wallets.
Shipping: Available for Preorder, According to Ledger this will ship in late September 2017.
Cost: 229.00€ or roughly $270 USD.
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4. KeepKey

KeepKey is a simple hardware wallet that secures Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Dogecoin dash, and Namecoin. Your assets are protected from hackers and thieves. They claim to be virus and malware proof because it does not have an operating system like your phone or computer. The firmware is 100% open source and works on PC, Mac, Linux, and Android. You can make modifications to their firmware or create your own, then run it. Keep Key has a great digital display and comes in a very appealing anodized aluminum and black polycarbonate case. They offer a 1-year limited warranty.
As of 8/29/2017, These are finally back in stock!
Cost: $99 USD.
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TREZOR is an industry-leading hardware multi-cryptocurrency wallet. They were the original hardware wallet and claim to be the most secure. These are quick to setup and easy to use. They offer a Google Chrome extension that communicates with your hardware. TREZOR combines an easy setup with a small, durable token for authenticating and storing cryptocurrency. The token can also act as a security key for the new U2F authentication process.
These are available in black and white colors.
Customers tell us these are shipping 4 days after the order is placed.
Cost: 89. € or roughly $10 USD. They also offer a “Multipack that contains 3 Trezors and gives you a 22€ discount.
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6. StrongCoin

StrongCoin one of the best cryptocurrency wallets. They are a hybrid wallet allows you to send and receive Bitcoins just like any other wallet. However, the Bitcoin private key which is required to send money is encrypted in your browser before it reaches their servers. They can never hold your bitcoins ransom because you are able to download your entire account as a PDF. You can purchase bitcoins directly to your StrongCoin wallet so they are never at risk of theft on an exchange. StrongCoin is the longest running Bitcoin wallet. 110,000 users have signed up and it appears to be a very well known and widely used company. Their wallets are free to create but they do charge a small transaction fee depending on the amount of Bitcoin.
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7. Exodus

If this page were titled The Best Designed Cryptocurrency Wallet and not Best Cryptocurrency Wallets, Exodus would be the clear winner. Exodus is the first desktop software wallet to have ShapeShift built into the interface in order to allow for rapid conversion between various altcoins and cryptocurrencies. Beyond having ShapeShift integration, Exodus is a multi-asset wallet and lets you store your private keys in one application with a customizable user interface. You have full control over your encrypted private keys, they have beautiful live charts and you can customize the look and feel of their interface. They offer 24/7 support via their help desk or email which makes communication nice for late night projects. They also offer a Slack channel for communication with other users. Exodus is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This software is free to download.

8. Jaxx – Ice Cube

Jaxx established their brand by allowing for cross-platform support with their crypto wallet. They have added integration support for ShapeShift and gives users a multi-currency wallet that they hold the private keys for. Jaxx announced the “Ice Cube” which is a hardware wallet with a camera and cellular chip for broadcasting transactions that never connects to the internet. The Ice Cube is water and fire resistant. This company is small and can also be stored in a safe or safety deposit box for security. Jaxx has a beautiful user interface and visible code, you can tell they have designed this product for the amateur as well as the most experienced Crypto enthusiast.

9. Mycelium

Granted the prestigious “Best Mobile App” award by in 2014, the wallet provides the ability to send and receive bitcoins whilst benefiting from bank-grade security. Mycelium is an Android-based multi-asset cryptocurrency wallet that has been tested by hundreds of thousands of users. At the time of writing this, they had the most stars on Google Play. They are in the midst of integrating with a variety of third-party service providers to bring new and emerging applications into a realm of usefulness that can only be achieved with native functionality and a high degree of user trust. They currently integrate with Cashila, Glidera, Coinapult, Trezor, and Ledger. Mycelium also has hardware wallets and is working to further the development of decentralized applications (DApps). They are constantly upgrading this software. They are working on a personal finance tool to pay your bills and manage your finances and investments. This is the best Ethereum wallet and the best Bitcoin Wallet.

10. Electrum

Electrum was created by Thomas Voegtlin in November 2011, as a result, various developers have contributed to its source code. A software wallet that was designed to give users the freedom to manage their funds and private keys in a secure manner. Electrum allows you to store your private keys offline and integrates with some hardware wallets like TREZOR or Ledger products. Electrum utilizes decentralized servers to ensure minimal to no downtime.

Different Types of Cryptocurrency Wallets:

What is a Cryptocurrency Hardware Wallet?

These cryptocurrency Wallets store your information offline so it cannot be hacked. While it is more expensive than most other wallets, It can be a great investment. A lot of people buy 2-4 hardware wallets to spread the risk of losing one. We recommend storing this in a safety deposit box at your bank or in a very safe and secure place in your home. The downside of these wallets is losing your wallet, be careful! For security, we think these are the best cryptocurrency wallets available.

What is a Cryptocurrency Web Wallet?

These are the easiest wallets to use and the most convenient. Most websites will allow for 2-factor authentication through Google, text message, or Authy. This adds a great layer of protection. We have heard of very few cases where these accounts were hacked individually but we have heard of entire exchanges getting hacked which results in stolen bitcoins. We always keep some of our Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other Altcoins in web-based crypto wallets so we can easily day trade and move funds around.

What is a Cryptocurrency Desktop Wallet?

These are great wallets for storing cryptocurrency. You don't have the concern of losing your wallet like a hardware cryptocurrency wallets. You don't have the concern of getting hacked like web-based cryptocurrency wallets. These desktop wallets are generally free or low cost. You are however at risk of losing your wallet if your computer fails or is lost or stolen. If you want to make sure you don't lose these wallets, we suggest printing them on a durable material like foam board printing. These can make for the best bitcoin wallet and also the best Etereum wallet.

What is a Cryptocurrency Mobile Wallet?

Both Apple and Android offer mobile app based cryptocurrency wallets. These are great because you can use them on the go and on the fly. We have read several reports on Reddit about fraudulent apps that steal your bitcoin wallet and all of its contents so please be sure to use a well known Mobile crypto wallet.

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Shibe Philosophy, Volume 1: Sea of Ðoge

"To act wisely when the time for action comes, to wait patiently when it is time for repose, put man in accord with the tides. Ignorance of this law results in periods of unreasoning enthusiasm on the one hand, and depression on the other." - Helena Petrovna Blavatsky
How many tractors is it worth?
A topic that gets discussed a lot is the Doge/BTC conversion rate. Whenever there's a move you can't get through a page without at least a few posts about how we've beaten xxx satoshi and all debt everywhere is about to disappear! Or we've dropped a few satoshi and it clearly needs to be interpreted as the arrival of the fourth horseman of the apocalypse.
So let's have a look at what it actually means. That measure of value is how many hundred millionths of one bitcoin that one doge is worth. Ok... so what does the movement of that number mean for dogecoin?
Not much... sorry.
It doesn't necessarily mean dogecoin has gone up or down in value, it could just mean that bitcoin has risen or dropped and dogecoin is worth a little more or less bitcoin. It could mean that people are trying to manipulate the price by buying or selling huge amounts to incite panic. Valuing dogecoin based on a different cryptocurrency that has its own fluctuations, its own successes and failures, is a bad way to view success for doge. Also, knowing how many bitcoin we can buy with it is useless because, if you have dogecoin why would anyone want to buy bitcoin with it??
Take the current rate for example, at the time of writing this dogecoin is sitting around 280-290 satoshi, the highest rate it has achieved steadily. The last time it was near that high in late Jan though, bitcoin was worth about $200 more per coin, therefore 230 satoshi at that time meant doge was about the same value in USD that it is now at 280.
So am I suggesting that we measure it against USD instead? No. USD also rises and falls constantly, as does every currency, as does the value of every thing that can be purchased. What I'm saying is that this is not a thing worth obsessing over. If you looked at charts of USD against other currencies and saw it going down for a few days, would you suddenly panic, take all of your money out of the bank and exchange it for Indian Rupees because someone on the internet told you that the whole US economy is about to disappear? Dogecoin's value is reliant on what you believe it to be. People have faith in fiat currency, so it has a value. You don't need to look at how many bitcoin your doges can buy, all you need to do is believe in the Ð.
Waves and Meditation
Any time you're worried about the price of doge, do yourself a favour and look at the doge/BTC chart on cryptsy, click on the 1M button above it to see the last month, then in another tab play this.
Then you will see, all the movements are just waves. Sometimes big, small, high or low, but don't let them stress you. They're natural, perfectly normal. There will always be peaks, and always be drops, that's the way it will always be. You can't fight the waves, so why spend all your time focussing on them and stressing about them?
Remember shibes, the tides are caused by the moon. As we get closer to moon, tides rise, with the moon pulling its beloved dogecoins and shibes closer to where they belong. The moon is further away on some days than others, but please don't ever let that make us lose sight of our destination.
But JakeTheDoge, I had the charts surgically implanted into my retinas so I could watch them 24 hours a day! What will I do now?!
Well, oddly technological shibe, why don't you try spending a little less time obsessing over meaningless temporary changes and instead spend it looking into what new developments are being made in dogecoin! Or finding new things for us to support and telling the dogecoin foundation about them, or thinking of your own way that you can help spread the love to new shibes! That is what dogecoin truly needs from its shibes, and every little bit you can do to help makes you a part of the revolution of internet currency. So tell your friends, petition your favourite websites, put stickers on anything that won't get you arrested, anything!
Do you want to tell your children that you once had thousands or millions of doge but you panic sold them when they were worth a fraction of a cent and that's why dinner will be spam again tonight? Or will you take them shopping for whatever they want, tapping your wrist against the register with your digital doge wallet implanted under your skin (probably... apparently people already have screens on their retinas, subcutaneous doge wallets can't be far off) while telling them for the 400th time that you were there, right at the beginning you were there, and you helped make a revolution.
Tl;dr Worried about doge/satoshi rates? Stop looking at charts, go lay on a beach and listen to the waves, then your moon ride is gonna be silky smooth. Just relax man, the Ðoge abides.
1 doge = 1 doge = love
Love, JakeTheDoge – moonship technician
P.S. As I mentioned here I am doing this not for profit. So if anyone is interested and tips in my bloge posts, half of that will go to the dogecoin foundation and the other half will be used for giveaway threads, most likely done once a week if it goes well. Thanks shibes!
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Humble DoubleCoin Bows at the Mighty Dogecoin Altar (Official DoubleCoin Purchase Ledger Starts Now, Here on /r/Dogecoin)

tl:dr DoubleCoin is an absurd digital coin, with exponential pricing, and a manually kept ledger of ownership.
Edit: The original post was way too long, so I deleted a bunch of it.
Earlier tonight I posted a technical question about how to link Bitcoin to Dogecoin, and helpful users like Im-probably-lying and caphits were eager to buy DoubleCoins, but didn't like the hassle of having to go to the DoubleCoin site, and were dealing with Cryptsy fees, etc.
Their enthusiasm helped me realize two things: 1) the DogeCoin subreddit is where the true digital coin pioneers are, because the people here are ready to have faith in a new crazy thing before anyone else does, and 2) the process of buying DoubleCoin needs to be easier.
--- Explanation of DoubleCoin ---
There are 50 DoubleCoins. DoubleCoin #1 is one satoshi (.00000001 Bitcoins). DoubleCoin #2 is two satoshis (.00000002 Bitcoins). After that, each DoubleCoin is twice the cost of the previous one. The last DoubleCoin is #50, which is 5,629,699.534 Bitcoins, or about $3.5 Billion dollars.
DoubleCoins are not fungible (i.e., interchangeable). When you buy a DoubleCoin, you own that particular coin #, and can then sell it to anyone else, for any value. But, the “Owner List” will be kept by hand, on this blog, so hopefully things don’t get too crazy.
To buy a DoubleCoin, post a comment on the DoubleCoin Website saying which # coin you want to buy
and then send the purchase amount want to one of the DoubleCoin wallets shown at the website.
(Dogecoin is accepted, but I can't post the address here.)
Once the coins have arrived, your name (or handle) will be listed as the “Owner” of the particular # of DoubleCoin that you own.
You can also post a website or Twitter handle there, if there is something you’d like to promote.
Owner List
******* Mortimer452 *******
Ð#19 – Current owner: Jupiter0
Ð#18 – Current owner: Im-Probably-Lying
Ð#17 - Current owner: Im-Probably-Lying
Ð#16 - Current owner: Im-Probably-Lying
Edit: Here is the Dogecoin conversion chart:
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All new beta version of is open for public!

Click here to go to the beta site!
Updates March 29th:
Holy shibe time goes fast when you're busy. I haven't done anything since last update, sorry. I'll try and squeeze some time in this weekend to add at least Prelude to the beta site. Can't promise more than that.
Updates March 15th:
Been very busy recently so I haven't had a lot of time to work on the site. Most functions should be running well atm. Here's the top of my todo list as of now:
Hey everyone! I've been blown away by the amount of traffic coming to my site the past couple of months. This is definitely my most visited website by far. The site has been very static since early January though. As I've hinted on in the old thread, this is because I've been working on a new version of the site. It's taken way longer than I expected it to, but now it's at a point where I think it can be released to the public.
Some stats since the 14th December release:
  • 2,000,000+ pageviews
  • 1,000,000+ visits
  • 156,000+ unique visitors
And now on to the features of the new site:
  • Much faster updates, being pushed to your browser as the trades come through, instead of your browser querying for new updates every few seconds.
  • Live view of orderbook, in both DOGE and BTC
  • Convert to more currencies! Currently supporting USD, SEK and PLN, please request other exchanges/currencies to add if you want them.
  • Currency conversions now update live and save between sessions
  • Candlestick charts! Oh yes.
  • Interact with the charts (zoom and drag!)
  • Live updates of dogecoin statistics: block, difficulty and hashrate.
  • Volume bars
  • Exponential moving average and simple moving average.
  • Price alerts! (Currently only works using Chrome notifications)
Some questions that I assume you guys might have:
Where did the other exchanges go?
I did not prioritize adding these exchanges because the volume is so low and trades happen so rarely. They're not as fun to watch. I will be adding more exchanges as the code gets more lightweight. For now, they still exist on the old site at least.
Why no more pretty dogecoin ads?
I'm just trying out Google Adsense to see how profitable it can be (compared to dogecoin services). Still have not decided whether it stays.
Wow this looks a lot like Bitcoinwisdom
I know. In fact, when I built the foundation it was very inspired by Bitcoinwisdom, just like the old version was by Bitcoinity. These are both awesome sites that I use all the time. As I was working on the site, Bitcoinwisdom released their DOGE graphs. There wasn't really a point to stop working though so I decided to keep it this way, cause I just like it the way it looks. Since then I've been aiming at making it the best of both worlds, taking inspiration from many different chart sites to get the best experience out there.
Vault of Satoshi, please?
I've been looking into adding VoS since they started DOGE trading. Unfortunately their API lacks one important feature, which means I can't add a graph. Sorry.
Kraken, please?
Kraken has already been added and is coming live on the site once I've worked out some bugs!
Why can't we see data older than [date]??
Older data was collected using different methods. It can kind of be converted to work in the new charts but it won't be as accurate. I will definitely be doing this in the near future anyway. Bter has an awesome API, so I was able to download all the data since they opened for DOGE trading. You can go on the Bter graph if you want to see December data for now.
Where are the DOGE/DOGE charts?
Coming soon.
Use this reddit post for features, questions, bug reports, whatever. Just post below. :)
Click here to go to the beta site!
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CGB - Open Source Community Development and Marketing Strategy

Cryptogenic Bullion (CGB)
Open Source Community Development and Marketing Strategy

NOTE: This document has been totally replaced by CGB's new website which will incorporate all of the resources found here.

This document contains a collaborative framework for the community development and marketing strategy of the Cryptogenic Bullion cryptocurrency. It is intended to be updated by any member of the CGB community who has a new idea or believes they can refine an existing one. The document is open to the public because it serves as a document of logic and open debate. I believe that releasing the strategy itself might provide other deserving cryptos with some guidance to take their logical place in the ecosystem. This document contains the strengths of CGB, misconceptions about CGB, community resources, community development, viral marketing concepts and highlighted communities.
Anyone who wishes to discuss any part or offer updates can reply to either post. I will try to keep the post up to date. Please understand that I am an independent community advocate like yourself. I am only a small piece of the bigger picture and each must take their own initiative in order for this campaign to succeed.
Cryptogenic Bullion Strengths
Proof of Stake Eco-Security: Cryptogenic Bullion is a second generation cryptocurrency employing an advanced hybrid of legacy Proof of Work mining and Proof of Stake minting to secure the blockchain. This multi-pronged approach makes the "51% attack" a thing of the past. Not only would an attacker have to control half of the CPU power on the CGB network, but they would also have to own half of the total currency supply of CGB in order to attempt a "double-spend" attack. Although Proof of Stake can be used alone to protect the network, the legacy Proof of Work aspect of CGB remains as an additional security layer.
The power consumption of CGB will remain far lower than any other legacy Proof of Work cryptocurrency as most of the reward for securing the network is provided through Proof of Stake minting which can be completed quickly on a smart phone, instead of a supercomputer cluster.
Interest Bearing (1.5%): A major benefit of Proof of Stake minting is that you can pay yourself 1.5% interest on savings, without the need for a bank to take its cut. Compared to legacy Proof of Work systems which reward only those with mining equipment, the benefit is made directly to the people who maintain a savings of Cryptogenic Bullion. A Proof of Work mining incentive of 0.5% brings the yearly production of CGB to 2.0%; a rate modelled after the supply of gold.
Inflationary Stage Completed (rare): In order to distribute coins to the widest population base, cryptographic currencies rely on a mining protocol called Proof of Work. This puts new coins into the hands of those with mining equipment like a gaming PC, or a cutting edge server. It gives everyone a fair chance to adopt and spread the currency, but creates the volatility and downward price pressure seen in so many other cryptocurrencies. Cryptogenic Bullion is the only second generation cryptocurrency to have completed this inflationary stage due to its accelerated reward halving. Without this relentless dumping of new coins that almost all other cryptocurrrencies are now struggling against, Cryptogenic Bullion is ready to meet its market potential.
Active Developers and Community: The development team has proven itself to be publicly accountable to the CGB community and has built a reputation for dependability, transparency, and forward thinking. With this foundation, the CGB community is able to focus on extensive advertising and promotional efforts which have drawn in a diverse collection of individuals to the merits of Cryptogenic Bullion. With a social media focus we have been actively engaging many different markets through the use of, among other media, our Facebook page (, which has over 15,000 likes and CGB's twitter feed ( with a current following of over 400 individuals.
Misconceptions about Cryptogenic Bullion
Fast Mining/Inflation Stage: One common misconception about Cryptogenic Bullion is that its shorter mining/inflation stage has not given a wide enough range of individuals the chance to participate as early adopters. We must appreciate that this deployment method was chosen to avoid the long period of inflation which increases the volatility and stagnates most other cryptocurrencies in use today. The CGB community has been very active making every effort to get the word out about CGB and make it available on multiple exchanges. What is not realized is that CGB is still in the early adoption phase but instead of mining coins, the low price is what now enables early adopters to participate in this opportunity. CGB is only just now beginning to realize its potential to the discerning investor.
Community Resources
Highlighted Documents and Links
Community Development
In addition to helping to spread the word, there are other tasks which need to be undertaken in order to support the growth of our community. Any suggestions about areas of development are welcome.
  • Lightweight Blockchain Client: (Research Stage) See this post. This gives a client the ability to conduct transactions with a subset of the blockchain. It's useful for mobile applications and offline transaction signing. eg. BitcoinJ, Armory and Electrum
  • Expanded Wallet features: (Research Stage) We are looking to add some exciting new features to our wallet software including CGB network statistics and an RSS feed like functionality. All suggestions welcome!
  • Offline Transaction Signing: (Research Stage) This requires the above Lightweight Blockchain Client. eg. Bitcoin Trezor: This device contains a static environment which holds your private key for offline signing of transactions. This kind of technology is seriously needed for long term viability.
  • Wallet Software Speed Optimization: (Research Stage) Currently the CGB wallet software can take a couple minutes to load (or more depending on CPU). Some other crypto-currencies have been able to optimize their load times down to 15 seconds.
  • Dedicated CGB Forum: (In progress) A dedicated forum would be a nice touch.
  • CGB Wiki: (In testing phase) This will be of great value to us as we can logically create and arrange how-to documentation and all other kinds of information in an easy to navigate and reference repository.
  • Reddit Formatted Advertisements: (Requesting Ideas) We are in need of advertisements for CGB which are formatted 300px wide x 250px tall. These can be generic advertisements or targeted to a specific subreddit. These advertisements will link back to the /CryptogenicBullion subReddit to bring in new community members. For now buying ad space is voluntary but perhaps we may involve some kind of fund to help in the future. (Thanks hybridsole for bringing this up) Update: These functinos might not be as useful as we become more reliant on PoS for security, but might not be a bad idea anyhow, research required. (Artiface) In the future I would like to have the client have a nice visualisation of POS showing stake weight and an estimate of when stake should be generated.
  • Statistical Data: (Requesting Data) We need information to compare CGB to other coins. See: This includes all kinds of data like technology comparison, coin variables, distribution, and all relevant attributes to be compared with each other.
Viral Marketing Concepts
Got Crypto?: I believe that this phrase has the power to turn Cryptogenic Bullion's slightly awkward name into an advantage. Not only is it a professional name appealing to the investment community, but it can be called 'Crypto' for short. No other coin can logically take this title with more credit than Cryptogenic Bullion. For example:
CGB Vault: This viral concept involves locating high quality vault images and replacing the circular entrance with a translucent CGB logo. This can then include a slogan and or CGB Strengths. For example:
CGB Bull: This viral concept involves making reference to spanish traditions of running with the bulls. A bull market is one which has established an up-trend in valuation. "2014 - Year of the BULLion!" "Run with the CGB Bulls!" etc. Any imagery involving actual bull runs and possibly subtle market chart imagery. Be careful not to appeal to greed, we don't need that kind of volatility. For example: and
Crypto-Asset Trinity: As explained in this paper. A well functioning cryptographic asset market requires three roles to be filled: market gateway, adopted currency, and store of wealth. Bitcoin is the gateway that allows us to access so many markets especially USD of course. Dogecoin is riding a wave of excitement to be accepted by a wide array of merchants and businesses, creating an economy that doesn't require conversion back to government issued fiat as the people choose their own currency. Cryptogenic Bullion is the first crypto-currency to display all of the properties of money, while providing the bearer with interest for holding it. It is portable, divisible, fungible, scarce, low inflation, durable, non-consumable, and a store of wealth.
Crypto Stacking: I know I am not the only one who calls the contents of my CGB wallets a "stack." Some of us have found interest in crypto-currencies for the same reason that we may also hold physical Silver or Gold. Any parallels that can be drawn in imagery or wording to the "Silver Bug" community can be a fun way to promote value and inclusion.
Highlighted Communities
This marketing campaign will first focus on Reddit as our organization and jumping platform to other opportunities. The most effective ways that we can communicate with any community on Reddit is through submission of new ideas, content or links, and through discussion surrounding such a submission. The idea is to try to become more active in the community through informative discussion. If you are not familiar with Reddit, it is a place for content and link, sharing and discussion. It is important that you upvote only those comments and posts with true merit, and instead of downvoting, try to leave an informative or helpful comment. Try to promote CGB only where it is on-topic to do so. Otherwise, general discussion and debate often leads itself to such an opportunity.
When someone has located a post with discussion that could use some CGB community support, they will post a link to the post in the /GotCrypto subreddit with the prefix "Opportunity - ". /GotCrypto will be the collection point for opportunities that arise in various communities to convey logic, reason, and positive messages.
It's important to remember that every community we wish to interact with has its own unique perspective and strategies for contact. We know that any community is made up of members who belong to many other groups and communities; there is a lot of overlap. Our message needs to be as clear as possible and some of the best insights will come from these people. The purpose of this section is to enable these and all other CGB supporters to learn about and understand the most effective ways to communicate with the highlighted community. As this document is updated we should try to build a full picture of each community including:
  • Where they can be found
  • General level of understanding
  • Interaction Notes
  • Opportunities
  • Common Misconceptions
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Taking a fresh look at PoS.

I have been anti-POS for a while now but I recently had some thoughts on PoS in relation to our coin and how our coin works. Before I start, I want to be clear; I am not saying "hey, get to switching", I am just kicking out data and perspective. Full disclosure, I have money in ASICs so that does color PoS in a negative light to me.
PoS has a couple problems. One, its still vulnerable to a 51% attack in the form of an entity holding 51% of coins on current active wallets. And two, it encourages hoarding. The second being the more threatening of the two in my opinion. Then I got to thinking on the distribution of our coin and I decided to take another look.
First, lets look at the risk of a 51% attack. If we were to take all of the current addresses and rank them based on size, we would see that the top 100 addresses alone hold about 50% of the DogeCoin in existence. 11 of those 100 have had an output today. Of that 100, $15K USD is the lowest value held. So lets say that of that group, only those addresses would participate in mining.
Round numbers are nice so lets say 10% of the top 100, or more importantly 5% of the coins in existence will participate in mining with meaningful incentive to not double spend. That's 4 billion doge to hit 50%, or at today's conversion rates, about a 1.5 million USD investment to gain control. Which is a lot to invest if you are looking to destroy the coin.
I feel, that based on our size, we have enough invested parties that a 51% attack would be unlikely. Centralization of mining power isn't helped but at very least, its in the hands of parties that would suffer if an attack were successfully made.
Source: BitInfoCharts
Second is the potential for hoarding. Our built in inflation rate may offset this. Since interest gained on the coins held is equal to the coins being added to the environment, in a fair model, you don't actually profit from hoarding, you only protect against devaluation of your holdings. PoS would eliminate the benefits gained from our inflationary style currency but it doesn't necessarily promote hoarding in the same way that standard PoS would on a non-inflationary coin. I believe we could retain motivation to spend even further if inflation wasn't solely created by PoS dispersal.
Third issue is potential transaction delay do to election of dead wallets consecutively. This is where we may have to divert a bit from the standard but there are ways to solve it. I can get into them if its wanted but as of right now, I am getting a bit long winded.
TL;DR I am not advocating PoS but I noticed most threads on the topic engage PoS in theory and not how it would apply to our coin. I wanted to speak on the matter from the perspective of an implementation, especially after I was so against the idea.
EDIT: Found this in my research: LINK. It's a hybrid PoW/PoS system but it would be better described as a PoW with a PoS validation. Could integrate easier into DogeCoin in its current form and wouldn't have the drawbacks of pure PoS. Thoughts?
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MAD Doge - Subscriber only news - Quick updates

I don't have a lot of time today, so Mining on a Budget will take place tomorrow. I'll even spec out a mining rig for you to build (if you want) FREE OF CHARGE! - That's not the "selling out" yet.


Didn't we see this coming? BitCoin is by nature unstable since it's history of growth is riddled with money laundering and the sale of narcotics. In fact, the first time I learned more about BitCoin was from somebody showing me how easy it was to "buy drugs anonymously".
When you're mixed in with so many skeletons in the closet, sooner or later the door will break and you'll be swimming for your life in a bubbling mass of problems. If you need more examples, try looking at people who attempted to get out of criminal gangs, the mafia, etc. How many survived outside, (hint....none).

What makes DogeCoin different?

So that's all I have to say for today. As far as predictions go, I estimate that DogeCoin will be doing some serious rising if BTC stays under $600 for 3 days. DogeCoin is usually around 3-4 days behind on rising when BitCoin drops and dropping a bit when BitCoin rises.


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Newb questions and taking advantage of market fluctuation

I'm a totally new shibe here -- I started mining yesterday and bought some doge via Paypal on /dogemarket yesterday.
Can I get advice (or references to resources) regarding how to take advantage of today's dip in prices? It seems that Vault of Satoshi requires a bit of verification and waiting.
It also seems that if I wanted to buy Bitcoins, I could convert those into Dogecoin via (other) exchanges. But Bitcoin purchases will also come with additional fees (depending on how they're purchased) and require management of that wallet.
Also, I see a lot of times that Dogecoin prices are quoted in price per Bitcoin. What resources / charts are people using to track those, and is there an "easy" integrated site that shows the USD/BTC conversions, too?
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Email to my dad trying to explain Bitcoin and dogecoin. Please advise

My dad requested information on Cryptos. The following is the e-mail I sent him. Please let me know if their are other things I could add to help new people understand cryptos. I find myself constantly involved with friends and family about the idea of digital currencies. Thanks for any input.
Hey pops,
I had a great time as well. Wish I could have had more time. I really enjoyed our conversation as well. Sorry if I get frustrated. I am still learning myself. Here are some videos and websites if you would like to get to know more. I know I am still learning and still digging.
That is bitcoin's website. They have a good intro video.
That is a good article on how mining works.
Here is a chart that shows how often new bitcoins will be generated. Things to note is that there will and can only be 21 million bitcoins ever created which will be sometime around the year 2141. "Halvening" means that the block reward for miners cuts in half. So over time, you get less and less bitcoins for your miners. You are essentially rewarded for starting earlier.
This is where I go to to buy and sell bitcoins. However, I keep my own desktop wallet to store my bitcoins. Also note that bitcoins can be broken down to whatever fraction you want. you can own .000000000000000000001 bitcoin. Therefore, even if the value goes super high you can still use it for small purchases.
Dogecoin is another crypto-currency like bitcoin. This is the one that got me started. It's focus is on charities and having fun. Dogecoin as opposed to bitcoin, will have 100 billion coins in existence by the end of this year, every year after 5 billion more will be created. As you can see there are a lot more dogecoins in existence, this is on purpose so the price remains super low. 1 million dogecoin costs about $250 dollars right now. the 5 billion created every year is to try and make up for "lost" coins.
"Lost" Bitcoins or dogecoins happen when someone loses their wallet file and/or forgets their encryption phrase. You need both things to send out your coins. Some people don't back up their wallets, so when their computers crash they lose everything in that wallet. These cannot be recovered. While this adds security you have to understand that losing your wallet.dat file or encryption phrase means they are gone forever. So in 2141, 21 million bitcoins will have been created, but there will not be that many floating around because people lose them.
A good free app for your phone is called "Bitcoinverter" it shows the current market price averaged over a few exchanges. It also shows the market cap of each crypto currency. There are a lot out there. The ones I watch are Bitcoin, Litecoin and dogecoin. These three have the most transactions and biggest blockchains. These three are highly accepted at retailers to buy goods.
This is a really good Q&A from the UK government and the Dogecoin Developer on the adoption of digital currencies in the UK.
That is a link to the call for information from the UK. They discuss really good issues.
Anyways, that should be plenty to get you started. If you set up a Dogecoin wallet and give me the address, I will send you 2000 dogecoins! Just go to and get a desktop wallet.
Love ya,
p.s. The main forums I look at are
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Answering the question, "How is Dogecoin different than Bitcoin?"

As an entrepreneur, an investor and a big Dogecoin advocate, I often get asked the question, "So how is Dogecoin different than Bitcoin?" Most of the time, what they really mean is, "How is Dogecoin better than Bitcoin?"
Maybe you guys have run into this question a lot too so I'd like to share some of my thoughts that maybe you'll be able to pass on.
Obviously, a currency's value is what you're able to buy with it. A crypto currency that is transacted more will have more leverage for businesses to support it. E.g., if more people want to pay with American Express, more places will accept American Express.
So if value ultimately comes down to people willing to transact Dogecoins, what actually encourages people to transact Dogecoins more so than other cryptos? Well, I can think of 3 big things.
I think one of the most important things that sets Dogecoins apart is that it is an inflationary crypto, unlike Bitcoins and Litecoins.
This is very important as deflationary cryptos like Bitcoins and Litecoins psychologically encourages hoarding. If I was an investor and I knew that my stake in Dogecoin was guaranteed to depreciate by a certain amount, why would I ever want to buy in when I can buy BTC which is guaranteed to appreciate by a certain amount?
This discourages hoarding and conversely encourages more transactions.
As human beings, we are not psychologically capable of working in fractions, e.g, .004 BTC for a hotdog, hence why people are pushing to use mBTC.
Fractions are inherently confusing and is a barrier for transactions.
Why I think this is beneficial goes back to point #1 that it turns off big whales from investing huge amounts into Dogecoins and hoarding. Why would I, a serious investor, want to tell people that my portfolio consists of a coin with a dog on it? And have to explain that it came from an internet meme?
Secondly, I think it gives Dogecoins a fun and a lighthearted aspect. It makes it easier for new people to approach and also encourages more community building around a strong brand (what redditor doesn't like the reddit alien?) It encourages behaviors we've such as "tipping" and donations. All of this can be attributed to the massive growth we see here at /dogecoin
It's purely anecdotal but I've put a good chunk into both BTC and in Dogecoin. With BTC, I was constantly checking the charts, I was hoarding it, I didn't transact it, it was a serious deal for me.
On the other hand, with Doge, I've never felt more accepted within a community, I rarely check the graphs, I tip other people when I remember to and I'm much more happy to tell people about Dogecoins than I am about BTC.
You know what they say, when you love something, you just want to tell everyone about it! If you love it too, be sure to spread the word!
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[Rant-ish]My take on the state of the Coin, Community, and Concerns

First things first, as I have said many time in comments on other posts: I love you guys. I love your optimism, zeal, and loyalty...There are some things that I think need to be mentioned, though...So here is my rant, opinion, and hope for the future...Not all negative, but in my opinion (for lack of a better word) realistic...
Trolls & FUD vs skepticism and concern:
I completely understand that this sub gets slammed with more than it's share of negativity from places outside the community, but no one (who matters) wishes any harm towards DOGE or shibes. I say this because, more and more, it seems that people here have adopted the stance that there is some big conspiracy in the crypto world against DOGE, and that people will somehow profit from it's demise...This has quickly lead to an habit of immediate dismissal of any negative criticism or bearish advice. In many ways, the comments and posts of this nature, (well, the ones that are not over-the-top insulting) are coming from people much more investment savvy who are generally concerned that inexperienced people are going to lose large sums of money based on assumptions that the price will recover as long as they keep buying...I can not predict the future, but I CAN tell you that unless big players start throwing tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars back into DOGE, it is simply NOT going to recover...With a 20 million dollar market cap (total value of all existing DOGE a current value for the amateurs), even if you invest $10,000 you are barely going to make a dent in the grand scheme of things.
Zeal vs Blind faith:
Again, much of what makes this community strong is it's large and loyal fan base. That said, the nature of things changed a bit back in FEB when the price skyrocketed. A great many new people were brought into the world of crypto, spent more than they should have hoping to get rich quick, and are either still holding coins that they bought for 5-10x the current value, or jumped ship somewhere since. If you LOOK at the charts since the launch of the coin, things do not look good from an investment perspective, yet the community on the whole refuses to acknowledge this is more than a 'temporary slide' despite the fact that this slide has continued for most of the coin's existence. The point is, there is a line between optimism and blind faith which is very blurry here...
What I mean to say, is that many here advocate the continued buying of DOGE on the completely unfounded belief that the price HAS TO RISE eventually, while there is absolutely zero guarantee of that ever happening..
Skepticism vs Hypocrisy:
Another negative thing I have seen more and more in this sub, is blatant double talk...There are many people here who claim that it is 'not about investment, but about the fun' or that it is 'not about making money, but rather supporting the community. I am afraid I have to call bullshit here...The people buying a million DOGE at a time are NOT buying it so that they can tip people 1000 doge at a time, they are buying it because they hope/expect that the value will increase...Just like the people that are loudly pushing everyone to keep buying are NOT concerned with keeping the community alive, but rather keeping the price up or driving an increase.
Let's at least be honest here. If you have a large amount of DOGE, you are most certainly concerned with the price so please don't make repeated posts about how it 'price does not matter' and following it with 'just keep buying!' Conversely, if you don't have much coin, stop making posts worrying about the price...
Additionally, the people making comments such as 'but if the value is low, we can not afford to do as much good for the world as we could with a higher price'. This is also completely disingenuous, as it is a thinly veiled way to hide the fact that you are interested in making money yourself...If you want to make charitable contributions, you can always make them regardless of DOGE's value using fiat...I greatly admired this community's heart and generosity when it was younger, but now all of these charity drives wreak of soulless attempts to gain publicity...
Cold Hard Fact vs Reality:
(The following will likely be construed as FUD, but is not intended to be.)
For a group that claims to hate anything related to charts and numbers, everyone pays attention to the price...Few seem to acknowledge the fact that the huge spike in volume and price that happened back in February was caused by a massive 'pump and dump' (an over used term, which I am not a fan of...It is however the only applicable name), in fact it was one of the most successful of it's kind. The reason is, there was a perfect storm of big money players, and media frenzy. A HUGE percentage of this sub's members joined at the time, and the ease of entering the world of crypto via DOGE and the helpful members of the community allowed even more money to flow into the market...Much of this money came from inexperienced investors, looking to strike it rich, as well as money from the people hoping to make up for missing out on bitcoin's giant bubble...Then the big money sold out, leaving a steady downtrend since mid February...Doge is 8 months old, and for 6 of those 8 months...3/4, of 75% of it's life it has been on the down-slope...Unfortunately, based on any objective analysis of the markets I can't see a promising future as far as $$$ value...
There is talk about the price increasing with the next havlening...I don't need to say much here, because we all know it did not matter the last time...This is a KNOWN variable in terms of effects on supply and it's timing and will be factored into the market price long before it actually happens...Investors are not going to suddenly notice one day that there are fewer coins for sale and increase their buying, the know already and are holding against that date, hoping to cash out a couple percentage points up from where they bought in while a slight adjustment happens.
Another hard truth is that a vast majority of people in this sub and elsewhere (where these community rating metrics are based on) hold a (sorry to say it) minuscule amount of actual coins...The sub might be nearing 90,000 subscribers, but a vast majority of those members CPU mine, started GPU mining after it lost its profitability, or acquired coins through other means but hold less than $20 worth and I would venture to guess that more than 50% hold even less than that...This is why these numbers really don't stack up against pure value and volume in the real world...
Being optimistic and care-free is great, but I see far to much anti-FUD here which is dangerous...The community has a responsibility to it's new members and not spread so much potentially false hope...If I relied solely on reddit for my investing advice, I would be putting 90% of my paycheck into DOGE and planning my early retirement...There are many inexperienced, gullible people on reddit who are just looking for a push to make costly mistakes with more money than they can afford to lose...
The Bright Side, the Future, and a Personal Appeal:
This community IS active, IS friendly, and IS a great place to visit...I still get a chuckle out of the MEMEs, the stories, and the jokes...While I am a member of half a dozen other crypto subs including BitcoinSerious and BitcoinMarkets, I would never dream of removing Dogecoin from my front page...
That said, this sub in it's infancy, was not concerned at all with value, because it initially was not seen as having value in terms of dollars, but instead held value as an internet based social movement. Much of the community sold it's soul for publicity, and shifted from true charity to shameless advertising and self-promotion.
Long-term the odds are still greatly stacked against DOGE, please tone down the insistence that an increase in value is a sure thing when there is a much higher than zero chance it never will.
Shooting for the moon is still an admirable goal, and who know, it might still be possible, but PLEASE don't put all of your money and hope into such a long shot. Everyone loves and under-doge, but the community has a responsibility to let impressionable newcomers know how long those odds are...
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Subreddit Stats: bitcoin top posts from 2014-01-28 to 2014-02-26 22:48 PDT

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Dogetipbot Gild Analysis: Jan 14, 2015

For the past couple of days, at least half of the gilds given were outside of the main Doge subreddits, which is great! Supporting the community through internal assistance and external “marketing” is what keeps us going. I’ve seen people talk about the downtrend in traffic to the /dogecoin, and my only response has been to look at the traffic to every cryptocurrency subreddit for comparison.
In fact, I looked at many, and here’s what I saw for unique visits:
Coin Chart 6 Months Ago Prior Month Increase (Decrease)
/Anoncoin no link
/Bitcoin link 767,207 690,898 -9.9%
/BitShares no link
/Blackcoin link 20,994 15,096 -28.1%
/counterparty_xcp no link
/CryptogenicBullion no link
/Devcoin no link
/digitalcoin link 413 230 - 44.3%
/Dogecoin link 261,311 142,398 -45.5%
/DRKCoin no link
/Einsteinium no link
/Feathercoin no link
/Flappycoin link 1,516 331 -78.2%
/FuelCoin no link
/Gridcoin no link
/Litecoin link 59,538 30,915 -48.1%
/Maidsafe link 1,396 1,277 -8.5%
/Maxcoin no link
/Mazacoin no link
/Megacoin no link
/Mintcoin no link
/Mooncoin no link
/Myriadcoin link 9,718 9,001 -7.4%
/Namecoin link 1,497 1,656 10.6%
/NobleCoin no link
/Nubits no link
/NXT no link
/Nyancoins no link
/PandacoinPND no link
/Paycoin no link
/Peercoin link 5,430 3,438 -36.7%
/Primecoin no link
/Quarkcoin link 4,599 1,957 -57.4%
/ReddCoin no link
/Ripplers no link
/Stealthcoin link 43 115 167.4%
/Stellar no link
/Tacocoin link 1,203 187 -84.5%
/Terracoin no link
/TopCoin no link
/Vertcoin link 40,404 19,009 -53.0%
/YBCoin no link
As you can see, just about every single subreddit that had stats and started with over 1,000 people 6 months ago lost a substantial portion of traffic. Also note: Dogecoin has the second largest active community, too! In just about every way, we’re here to stay, so don’t delay, and rock the day.
Also! Two members of our community made somebody else’s day a little brighter through a good ol’ fashioned gilding. Great job shibes! Here are the links to the comments given gold yesterday:
penguin-surgeon ->qzzn
mumzie -> lepaperbag
If you run across a comment that gives gold, let me know! Or if you give gold to somebody in a dogetipbot banned sub, send me the link so I can add it! When dogetipbot is banned from replying in non-doge subreddits, my counts are shaky.
Here’s the past week of activity broken out by the type of subreddit in which the gold was given:
Date (UTC) Total Gildings Doge subreddits Non-Doge subreddits
Jan 8 6 3 3
Jan 9 11 5 6
Jan 10 6 6 0
Jan 11 2 1 1
Jan 12 1 0 1
Jan 13 3-4 1 2-3
Jan 14 2-3 1 1-2
Also, the top givers of gold through dogetipbot (for all time up through yesterday) are:
Top Giving Shibes Number
mumzie 11
mohland 8
dvorwak 6
dogecoindripper 6
_lobster_ 6
brknthmb 5
Halio1984 5
pseudopseudonym 5
crundy 5
hammingen 4
Top Giving Shibes (Non-Doge subreddits) Number
crundy 5
mumzie 4
brknthmb 3
pseudopseudonym 3
_lobster_ 3
powerfunk 3
mohland 2
dogecoindripper 2
break_free 2
ThePumpThatWasAPoo 2
reifier 2
artfully_doges 2
For a graphical representation and more data, please check out the Google Docs spreadsheet.
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