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The intention behind Dogecoin was a joke with a reference to a popular internet meme. It cloned Bitcoin (but forked Litecoin), but the creators had no global ambitions; founder of Dogecoin project"abandoned" it more than once, stating that the coin is useless and has no future. However, despite the founder's pessimism (whether real or fake) and the coin's total lack of glamour, Dogecoin survived and grew in popularity. Take ten cryptocurrency exchanges and try to find one which does not trade Doge! Which is the second most popular cryptocurrency in the faucet market? Doge! Hm, what about cryptocurrency casinos? Guaranteed Doge!
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