Why Dogecoin Has Been Around Since the 1920s

Why Dogecoin has been around since the 1920s? If we take Bitcoin’s ascent at its value, it’s tough not to believe that we’re on the verge. Of experiencing a paradigm-shifting influence on our economy and financial system. Almost every day for over two years. The news media has been awash with stories about cryptocurrency. But what about Dogecoin? You could assume this is a lighthearted situation.

However, it is not a joke, despite the fact that the underlying cryptocurrency began out as one. Without a doubt, the meme coin community can be a little harsh around the edges at times. Billy Markus, the co-founder of Dogecoin, is the person who would know the most about this. As reported by Benzinga, Markus has demanded that Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey. Do something to stop the mayhem on the platform.

Markus specifically took issue with Shiba Inu promoters who are flooding social media discourse. With multiple links to a reported SHIB airdrop, which he claimed was a hoax. “The reason I don’t like Shib is because the community goes out of their way to harass and abuse me.” The Dogecoin co-creator wrote on Twitter. That does not give me a positive impression of you or your ‘community.'”

Not only that, but Markus also targeted specific Dogecoin fans. Whom he referred to as “donkeys” in order to use a more PG-13-appropriate phrasing. Following the unnecessarily vituperative actions of juveniles. He went on to say that he dislikes “the community a little less.”

The reality of Dogecoin, on the other hand, is that it is, ironically. A reflection of the maturity of the underlying crypto complex. In other words, crypto investors are no longer limited to investing in serious assets such as Bitcoin. 

Dogecoin is Meme-ing Like It’s 1929

If you have a subscription to the New York Times. I highly recommend Yale professor Robert Shiller’s piece. Looking Back at the First Roaring Twenties. Which appeared in the newspaper on November 15, 1920. The research of Shiller may persuade you that there are connections. Between the current market exuberance and the events that led up to the Great Depression.

Some of you will say, “But that was back in the 1920s.” I understand. Dogecoin would not be created for nearly a century after that. Instead, the world was only just beginning. To see the potential of centralized investing platforms when this article was written.

True, the market situation wasn’t as obnoxious as it is now, but it was still crazy. However, it’s possible that this was owing to the incapacity to peep into the streams of mind of others. In reality, Shiller raises the idea that humans thousands of years ago. Were no different from their present counterparts in terms of conduct.

In February 1929, vocalist Eddie Cantor had a hit song called I Faw Down an’ Go Boom! That went viral and became a classic. Powerful phrases from the lyrics, such as “I got a tip to buy some stocks. Lost my shirt, lost my socks,” would have made William Faulkner proud. Stocks begin to faw down and go boom as soon as I purchase them.”

Okay, I’m kidding about the William Faulkner reference. However, it was social commentators at the time who were most vocal. In their condemnation of the absurdity. I’m not sure if you’ve ever heard anything sillier, more ludicrous, or more inane than this in your life. “This wisecrack is truly cuckoo, a snatch of baby gibberish. That has swept the country,” said Joseph Dineen, a columnist for the Boston Globe.

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