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The Co-Founder of Dogecoin Explains What Must Happen to Increase $DOGE Adoption

Dogecoin ($DOGE), a popular meme-based memecoin, is trying to expand its popularity and adoption using a strategy detailed by one of the two original developers.

Billy Markus, who co-founded Dogecoin with Jackson Palmer in 2013, recently informed the altcoin’s ardent community of a plan to increase acceptance. $DOGE advocates, according to Markus, should seek to persuade businesses to accept Dogecoin as a form of payment, expanding the currency’s use and attractiveness.

When requesting companies to embrace $DOGE, Markus advised community members to “be cool,” noting that few people appreciate listening to jerks. He also suggested that businesses be educated on the advantages of taking Dogecoin, emphasizing the passionate community and big number of supporters.

The community becoming more nice and empathetic, rather than being jerks, was the topic of discussion in the tweet’s replies.

Markus also addressed the fear that some companies would only use $DOGE to generate headlines. Then, and engagement in the near term, rather than truly assisting the coin’s adoption. Then, According to Markus, even in such a situation, $DOGE produced engagement. Of course, which is ultimately a victory for the community.

So, Markus’s remarks come a day after Tesla CEO Elon Musk openly claimed that if McDonald’s decided to take Dogecoin. Then, he would eat a happy meal on TV.

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