Since Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted about the alternative to Bitcoin, its price soared and so was people’s interest in it.
More Kenyans have learnt about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general thanks to the interest generated by Elon’s tweet about Dogecoin.
I have been asked to explain how cryptocurrency work mostly by people who have interacted with my tweets about Dogecoin.
I’m not an expert in cryptocurrency or Dogecoin for that matter, but I tweet whatever great or helpful information I read or get elsewhere.
It is part of my effort to contribute to the #DoOnlyGoodEveryday.
The #DoOnlyGoodEveryday hashtag that was started by Laura Shigihara and supported by Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus has gained traction not only in Kenya but all over the world.
On Twitter, the game-inspired hashtag promotes ‘saying something nice to someone on Twitter. It recently trended with over 50 million impressions.
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As for those that have asked me to share how to go about buying cryptos, I have done it wholeheartedly and patiently. Because, it requires patience.
Am doing only good everyday spreading the message of Dogecoin.
Dogecoin started as a joke, it is not a get-rich-quick cryptocurrency. It is one that is affordable and available to all people.
In Elon Musk’s words, Dogecoin is the people’s crypto.
Truly without deceit, it is and with such low prices and huge volumes, it will become the go to crypto of use for online payments worldwide.
Dogecoin is the people’s crypto
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 4, 2021
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