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Do you think Dogecoin will ever reach $0.02? Or maybe even higher?
by /u/RyanCak on February 19, 2020 at 11:48 pm
I hope so because I need Dogecoin to rise so I can buy chimken submitted by /u/RyanCak [link] [comments]
Cannot connext to Dogecoin qt with cgminer for Gridseeds
by /u/Johnnyboy5001 on February 19, 2020 at 9:17 pm
Yes I know it is a waste of time... but I still want to do it just for the sake of it Solo mining Doge coin that is. I threw this context into the doge coin.conf: rpcuser=some rpcpassword=thing rpcport=22555 rpcallowip=127.0.0.1 daemon=1 server=1 And then launched it. Then I went and launched cgminer 4.3.5 for Zeus / Gridseed with: cgminer.exe --scrypt -o http://127.0.0.1:22555 -u some -p thing --gridseed-options=baud=115200,freq=650,chips=40 --hotplug 3 Well it cannot connect... I tried to connect from a separate computer as mining Client without success. (edit: i did change the IP addresses) And now as a last Resort I contact y'all in hopes that somebody detects my error and can point it out to me / help me fix it. Cheers submitted by /u/Johnnyboy5001 [link] [comments]
Dogecoin Instigates Bull Run as 50-day MA Crosses Above 200-day MA
by Mehak Punjabi on February 19, 2020 at 11:29 am
Dogecoin (DOGE), at the time of writing this analysis, was manifesting intraday positive corrections as it was trading at $0.00274 after mounting at $0.00297 just today The coin takes a bullish divergence after rising from the bottom marked at $0.00255 DOGE/USD exhibits moderate volatility as per the 20-day Bollinger Bands laid However, the coin trades … The post Dogecoin Instigates Bull Run as 50-day MA Crosses Above 200-day MA appeared first on CryptoNewsZ.
Here's a custom made Dogecoin shirt I made (plz don't hate)
by /u/JustYaBoiAndrew on February 19, 2020 at 3:16 am
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70+ Hosting companies accepting Dogecoin as a payment ( web/ vds / dedicated / colocation )
by /u/Cryptwerk on February 17, 2020 at 9:15 pm
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Dogecoin 1.14.2 is out (with bugfixes)
by /u/rnicoll on November 8, 2019 at 8:48 pm
We've just released a bugfix version of Dogecoin Core, which you can grab from Github. For the technical details please read the full release notes on Github, but the two critical parts are: Fixed a backwards compatibility in mining that was preventing some miners from upgrading. Fixed an issue where change below 1 DOGE was still issued, triggering the penalty for dust outputs, at which point the transaction fees aren't sufficient and the transaction cannot relay. Change below 1 DOGE is now included with the transaction fees to resolve this. Please upgrade to this version, especially if you're using a pre-1.14 client as we need widespread adoption to enable new features in 1.14. submitted by /u/rnicoll [link] [comments]
Tutorial - How to buy Dogecoin II
by /u/_MK- on December 4, 2018 at 7:54 pm
How to buy Dogecoins as of 4 December 2018 Where to store your Dogecoins Before we begin with the explanation of how to purchase Dogecoins, we should know where we can store our acquired coins. It is, by all means, always highly advised to use the Dogecoin Core Wallet: Dogecoin Core 64-bit Windows Dogecoin Core 32-bit Windows Dogecoin Core Mac OSX Dogecoin Core Linux 64-bit Dogecoin Core Linux 32-bit Once downloaded and executed, please let it fully synchronize. If not fully synchronized, e.g. the balance of an address can be incorrect. If you may find the disk space required for the core wallet is too big, you can also download the 'lightweight' Multidoge wallet. Further down the line, for the real HODLERS, you can also make usage of a paperwallet. E.g. from Walletgenerator.net. Please note : Do NOT share your private key with anyone under any circumstances. Your private key is your coins. By losing access to your private key, you will lose access to your coins. The usage of mobile wallets differs in my opinion. The only things I could say regarding mobile wallets is to firstly, not use a mobile wallet which does not grant you access to your private keys. Please check Note 1 above. Secondly, I highly discourage users to use their mobile wallets to store high sums of Dogecoin. Please do not do this. If you are going to HODL a large amount of Dogecoins, perhaps consider a paperwallet. For Android users, you are in luck! You can make usage of the Dogecoin Android mobile wallet. For iOS users, I am sorry to mention that there is not an official wallet for iOS to use. How to buy Dogecoin Before we start, all the services listed below are third parties and are in no way associated with the Dogecoin Dev team (neither am I). As a side note, the Dogecoin ticker is mostly DOGE or XDG. Please note : These are a couple of the ones to my knowledge. I can not assure the actions of any exchange-listed below, only can say they are relatively reputated and are just suggestions. There could perhaps be an exchange you know that I am unaware of, feel free to comment it and I'll add it! Purchasing Dogecoin with fiat in the Europian Union: Litebit (minimum 10 Euro) Anycoindirect (minimum 10 Euro) Bitladon Belgacoin Purchasing Dogecoin with fiat in the United States: Kraken1 Coinbase1/2 Bittrex1 Please note : I highly discourage any user to hold their coins on an exchange. Once you have bought your coins, I highly suggest you withdraw these to your personal wallet were you have the private key in possession. 1: This exchange requires KYC with ID 2: For Coinbase, it's a little bit different. Due to Coinbase not having a USD/DOGE pair, you can buy Litecoin on Coinbase and convert this to Dogecoins via Shapeshift.io1. Enjoy! You have successfully bought yourself some wonderful Dogecoins! Such wow, much moon! Previous How to buy Dogecoin This one is outdated Yours sincerely, MK Edit: Wording. submitted by /u/_MK- [link] [comments]
What is Dogecoin?
Dogecoin was launched in December of 2013 as a fork of Litecoin. Based on the popular “Doge” internet meme, it quickly rose in popularity thanks to a lighthearted nature, cheap price, and fast transaction times. It is one of the oldest “altcoins” and has avoided the drop-off in popularity that many experience, likely due to a strong, enthusiastic community of users.
Learn more on the Dogecoin website: https://dogecoin.com/