Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency which was launched in 2013.
Originally invented as a joke by software engineers Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus, the Dogecoin has the image of a Shuba Inu dog as its logo.
It has been marketed as the “fun” version of bitcoin.
Two weeks after its launch, the value of it jumped 300% after China banned banks from investing in cryptocurrencies, according to Investopedia.
Dogecoin then skyrocketed alongside other cryptos during the bubble that peaked in 2017, and it fell with the rest of them over 2018.
At its height, Dogecoin was trading for $0.018 per coin, according to crypto data firm CoinMarketCap.
1 DOGE = 0.048490 USD
1 DOGE = 0.035340 GBP
1 DOGE = 0.039951 EUR
1 DOGE = 0.064415 SGD