Cryptocurrency wallet with DOGE tokens will travel by rocket to the Moon
Cryptocurrency wallet with DOGE tokens will go to the Moon
In addition to DOGE, one Bitcoin coin on a physical carrier and a metal plate engraved with the contents of the first (Genesis) Bitcoin block will also be sent to the Earth's satellite.
The community of Dogecoin (DOGE), the largest memcoin by capitalization, has announced that a physical wallet containing DOGE tokens will travel to the moon on the Vulcan Centaur Rocket ULA on December 23.
The Dogecoin cryptocurrency wallet will be delivered to the moon via the Moonbox program of German transportation company DHL, which for a fee offers customers to send small items into space. According to the project's website, prices for this service start at €430.95.
The rocket project to send cargo to the moon is run by Astrobotic. In addition to a cryptocurrency wallet with DOGE tokens, one Bitcoin coin on a physical carrier will also be sent to the Earth's satellite, as well as a metal plate engraved with the contents of the first (Genesis) Bitcoin block.
The price of the token reacted to the news with a 3.5% increase. DOGE is currently trading at $0.079 and has a capitalization of $11.2 billion.
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In early October, the NFT community of Dogecoin cryptocurrency fans called Own The Doge announced that it would erect a statue of the dog Kabosu in Japan. Kabosu is a real Shiba Inu dog, a meme about which has become the symbol of Dogecoin (DOGE). The monument was unveiled in cooperation with the Sakura City Administration on Kabosu's birthday - November 2.
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