This Company Lets You Buy A Tesla With Dogecoin And Other Cryptocurrencies

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Yahoo Finance 17 August, 2021 - 10:07pm 42 views

Can you buy a Tesla with Dogecoin?

Puerto Rican technology company Bots Inc (OTCMKTS: BTZI) is making Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) a payment option for buying pre-owned Teslas. ... And despite the high resale value of its used versions, it is the most affordable Tesla available,” said iSeeCars Executive Analyst Karl Brauer to the Observer. Yahoo FinanceThis Company Lets You Buy A Tesla With Dogecoin And Other Cryptocurrencies

Mr. Kudo, a former Marine captain who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, is working on a novel about the Afghanistan war.

The Afghan cities fall in rapid succession, like men caught in enfilade fire. First Zaranj, Kunduz a few days later, then Kandahar and Lashkar Gah. Next is Mazar-i-Sharif. And finally, the Taliban begin their move to swiftly and decisively take Kabul.

I watch this news, and at first I feel nothing. But at night I return once more to Afghanistan. There is a nightmare: The enemy and I are in each other’s sights. Who will shoot first? I squeeze, but the trigger freezes. The Taliban fighter’s finger curls. I wake. I have had this dream for 10 years, ever since returning from Afghanistan, but now it feels as though it has become real.

Decades of war are dissolved in weeks. The Taliban advance with a speed that reminds me of the American conquest of Baghdad. There are other similarities: Taliban troops enter the gilded compounds of our corrupt Afghan allies and marvel at the evidence of years of American aid stolen by their former government leaders.

During the day my thoughts become preoccupied by the past. I hear a squad on the other end of the radio pinned down, a report about a Marine hit, the crack of fear in the sergeant’s voice, clock ticking as the blood pours from the 19-year-old’s neck; we race to send the helicopter that will arrive too late.

I see a report that the American Embassy will destroy its American flags to deny the Taliban a propaganda victory. I think of the star-spangled banner that flew over my old patrol base, called Habib, Arabic for “beloved.” Five men died under that flag, for what?

The hawks still circle and screech. The voices from the past 20 years who prodded us forward into battle return to the evening news to sell us on staying. “It’s not too late,” the former generals, secretaries and ambassadors say. “More troops can hold the line. Victory is just around the corner.”

But the speed of the Taliban’s advance makes clear that this outcome was always inevitable. The enemy had no reason to negotiate and no reputation for restraint. The only question before President Biden was how many American troops should die before it happened. But if leaving now was the right decision for America, it is a catastrophe for the Afghan people whom we have betrayed.

The Afghans are forced back into living under religious tyranny, an existence made all the more painful by their brief experience with freedom. Now they see the light from the far end of a dark tunnel. The school doors will close for girls, and the boys will return to their religious studies. For them, the arc of the moral universe will bend backward and break.

It’s my old unit, First Battalion, Eighth Marines, that is sent in to secure the airport in Kabul. I am jealous. I would give anything to return right now, to give what last full measure remains. But that is impossible. Soon I learn that there is a fallback embassy at the airport, that our position is collapsing, that talk of weeks has turned to days and finally hours, 36 of them, to evacuate the Americans who remain.

As all this unfolds, there is much fanfare over the celebrities at Barack Obama’s 60th birthday party, a celebration held as the war he expanded during his presidency ends in infamy. But he is not alone. Our other commanders in chief also bear responsibility for what has occurred. And there is no celebrating for those of us who ache each day wondering how we could have given the best parts of our lives to such a lie.

The collapse has been sudden, our exit too ill planned to evacuate the vulnerable Afghans who worked with us. We’re desperate for the allied nations that went to war with us to take them in on our behalf. A few thousand here, a few thousand there. I look across the New York Harbor to the Statue of Liberty and wonder why we are not lifting our own lamp for those abandoned by this war. Is our new Colossus dead, or will she rise to repay her debt?

In my mind I see the Huey helicopter teetering above the American Embassy in Saigon, but rest assured, they say, the end of Afghanistan will be different from 1975. Still, our fathers, and our grandfathers, fought and lost this battle before and know better, even if we did not. Will our own children suffer the same?

There is more than enough blame to go around. After all, without those of us who volunteered, there’d be nobody to fight these wars. I long to appear before the young man I was, slap his face and tell him to take a different course. “You’re going to die over there,” I want to say. “Not in body, but in spirit.” But he is gone, and I will spend the rest of my life staring at his shadow.

And finally, there are my fellow Americans — Republicans, Democrats and independents alike — who voted repeatedly over 20 years for those presidents and members of Congress to mislead and mismanage us to defeat. This national shame is a millstone around all our necks.

Suddenly, reality snaps into focus. It’s the entire nation of Afghanistan that is pinned down. I can hear her people screaming. And I will hear her death rattle before long.

Here at home, the Manhattan skyline is clear, the Freedom Tower glistens, and our nation lumbers onward. This American tragedy has reached its final act. Now we wait for the curtain to fall.

Timothy Kudo (@KudoTim), a former Marine captain who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, is working on a novel about the Afghanistan war.

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Dogecoin Fans Reach Walmart With Puppy Eyes, Calling For Adoption | Benzinga

Cointelegraph 17 August, 2021 - 10:57pm

The Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) army is pushing for the retail giant Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) to adopt the Shiba Inu-themed coin.

What Happened: A petition started on Change.org six months ago titled “Walmart to accept Dogecoin as an online form of payment” is circulating again and attracted 1,684 signatures as of press time.

“Walmart would have an amazing opportunity to be the first mainstream retailer to take advantage of the digital currency that can provide a fee-free, or fee-minimal place to store wealth that can be spent, and, if needed, easily converted to cash,” stated the petition.

See Also: How To Buy Dogecoin (DOGE) 

The DOGE fans urged Walmart to consider accepting the cryptocurrency, pointing out that it would be “innovative and seen by the millions of people as a supportive step to the low-income households that find banking expensive.”

The push to get Walmart to accept DOGE also moved to Twitter Inc’s (NYSE:TWTR) social media platform.

Retweet if you want to spend #Dogecoin at @Walmart!!!

— Matt Wallace  (@MattWallace888) August 17, 2021

— Do.Only.Good.Everyday (@DogePromise) August 16, 2021

Why It Matters: Signs are cropping up that retail behemoths are looking for talent to tackle cryptocurrency payments.

See Also: EXCLUSIVE: Dogebeans Owner On Adopting Dogecoin Branding And How The Meme Coin Can Help Small Businesses Take On Giants Like Apple, Amazon

Walmart posted a new job posting Monday on its website. As per the advertisement, the retail giant is looking for a person who will develop a strategy and a roadmap with respect to digital assets.

Last month, it was reported that Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) was looking for a cryptocurrency expert of its own to lead its digital currency and blockchain strategy. Dogecoin fans have made similar extensive calls for the Jeff Bezos-founded e-commerce giant to adopt Dogecoin.

iPhone maker Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) too was on the lookout for a business development manager with experience in cryptocurrency to lead alternative payments partnerships in May.

DOGE has already established a foothold in promotions with companies such as Slim Jim maker Conagra Brands Inc (NYSE:CAG) and Unilever Plc (NYSE:UL) through its Axe deodorant brand running DOGE-based campaigns.

Read Next: I Chased 'Dogemons' Around The Streets Of Tokyo And 'Earned' Dogecoin: Here's How You Can Repeat The Feat

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Dogecoin Fans Reach Walmart With Puppy Eyes, Calling For Adoption | Benzinga

AMBCrypto News 17 August, 2021 - 10:57pm

The Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) army is pushing for the retail giant Walmart Inc (NYSE:WMT) to adopt the Shiba Inu-themed coin.

What Happened: A petition started on Change.org six months ago titled “Walmart to accept Dogecoin as an online form of payment” is circulating again and attracted 1,684 signatures as of press time.

“Walmart would have an amazing opportunity to be the first mainstream retailer to take advantage of the digital currency that can provide a fee-free, or fee-minimal place to store wealth that can be spent, and, if needed, easily converted to cash,” stated the petition.

See Also: How To Buy Dogecoin (DOGE) 

The DOGE fans urged Walmart to consider accepting the cryptocurrency, pointing out that it would be “innovative and seen by the millions of people as a supportive step to the low-income households that find banking expensive.”

The push to get Walmart to accept DOGE also moved to Twitter Inc’s (NYSE:TWTR) social media platform.

Retweet if you want to spend #Dogecoin at @Walmart!!!

— Matt Wallace  (@MattWallace888) August 17, 2021

— Do.Only.Good.Everyday (@DogePromise) August 16, 2021

Why It Matters: Signs are cropping up that retail behemoths are looking for talent to tackle cryptocurrency payments.

See Also: EXCLUSIVE: Dogebeans Owner On Adopting Dogecoin Branding And How The Meme Coin Can Help Small Businesses Take On Giants Like Apple, Amazon

Walmart posted a new job posting Monday on its website. As per the advertisement, the retail giant is looking for a person who will develop a strategy and a roadmap with respect to digital assets.

Last month, it was reported that Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) was looking for a cryptocurrency expert of its own to lead its digital currency and blockchain strategy. Dogecoin fans have made similar extensive calls for the Jeff Bezos-founded e-commerce giant to adopt Dogecoin.

iPhone maker Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL) too was on the lookout for a business development manager with experience in cryptocurrency to lead alternative payments partnerships in May.

DOGE has already established a foothold in promotions with companies such as Slim Jim maker Conagra Brands Inc (NYSE:CAG) and Unilever Plc (NYSE:UL) through its Axe deodorant brand running DOGE-based campaigns.

Read Next: I Chased 'Dogemons' Around The Streets Of Tokyo And 'Earned' Dogecoin: Here's How You Can Repeat The Feat

Limited time offer: buy $500 worth of crypto and get a bonus $50! Build a diversified portfolio with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other popular coins — or simply copy eToro’s top crypto traders!

Click here, or sign up for our newsletter to explore more of Benzinga's Cryptocurrency market coverage, in-depth coin analysis, data, and reporting.

© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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Re-Established Dogecoin Foundation Adds Ethereum Founder, Elon Musk Rep to Its Advisory Board

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First established in 2014, the foundation aims to sponsor Dogecoin developers and support the development of the Dogecoin blockchain. The foundation also hopes to expand the scope of the Dogecoin ecosystem and wants to make it easier for outside organizations to utilize its technology.

“We believe that the success of Dogecoin is through broad global adoption and utility, and intend to focus on projects that increase Dogecoin uptake at a grassroots level,” the foundation said in a statement. “The Foundation holds the Dogecoin mark and the Dogecoin Logo and will maintain them for the community.”

In addition, the group put together The Dogecoin Manifesto, a collection of four statements to help guide the enthusiastic crypto community and embody the motto of “Do Only Good Everyday.” As part of its manifesto, the group introduced an advisory board, which includes several Dogecoin community members and developers alongside leaders in the crypto space, including Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Dogecoin founder Shibetoshi Nakamoto and Jared Birchall, who represents Elon Musk.

In other news, Dogecoin is now an official sponsor of Watford FC.

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Mark Cuban says he doesn't prefer dogecoin over bitcoin but 'to say doge doesn't have a place is wrong'

CNBC 17 August, 2021 - 09:40am

Though the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin was created as a joke and its creators never intended for it to be taken seriously, billionaire Mark Cuban sees value in it — especially after it saw a surge of interest earlier this year.

"The point about doge that people miss is that doge's imperfections and simplicity are it's greatest strengths," Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and an investor on ABC's "Shark Tank," tweeted Sunday. "You can only use it to do two things: spend it or HODL it. Both are easy to understand. And it's cheap to buy. Which makes it a community anyone can join and enjoy."

After Cuban told CNBC Make It last week that "the community for doge is the strongest when it comes to using it as a medium of exchange," he was met with disagreement from the bitcoin community on Twitter.

Over the weekend, Cuban clarified that he doesn't prefer dogecoin over bitcoin, since "they are completely different."

"But to say doge doesn't have a place is wrong," Cuban also tweeted Sunday.

Cuban acknowledged that dogecoin, like other cryptocurrencies, can be difficult to buy, spend and exchange. But, he still seems bullish on dogecoin and believes it has a unique use case over other cryptocurrencies.

"It's a medium that can be used for the acquisition of goods and services," he previously told CNBC Make It, especially due to the strong community surrounding it.

Cuban mentioned the success that his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, has had in accepting dogecoin as payment for merchandise, for example. The Mavericks accept many digital coins, but "95% of the sales are in doge," Cuban tweeted Saturday. He added that the organization doesn't convert any of those payments to fiat.

Still, dogecoin is a small part of Cuban's crypto holdings. He said that he personally owns just $494 worth of doge. And between his personal account and the Mavericks, there's less than $15,000 of the coin. In addition to dogecoin, Cuban owns bitcoin and other altcoins, such as ether.

However, keep in mind that financial experts are highly skeptical of cryptocurrencies as a whole due to their speculative nature and warn that people should only invest what they can afford to lose.

Some experts say to be especially cautious when investing in dogecoin in particular, since it lacks the scarcity and technological development that bitcoin has, for example.

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Mark Cuban says he doesn't prefer dogecoin over bitcoin but 'to say doge doesn't have a place is wrong'

Benzinga 17 August, 2021 - 09:40am

Though the meme-inspired cryptocurrency dogecoin was created as a joke and its creators never intended for it to be taken seriously, billionaire Mark Cuban sees value in it — especially after it saw a surge of interest earlier this year.

"The point about doge that people miss is that doge's imperfections and simplicity are it's greatest strengths," Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks and an investor on ABC's "Shark Tank," tweeted Sunday. "You can only use it to do two things: spend it or HODL it. Both are easy to understand. And it's cheap to buy. Which makes it a community anyone can join and enjoy."

After Cuban told CNBC Make It last week that "the community for doge is the strongest when it comes to using it as a medium of exchange," he was met with disagreement from the bitcoin community on Twitter.

Over the weekend, Cuban clarified that he doesn't prefer dogecoin over bitcoin, since "they are completely different."

"But to say doge doesn't have a place is wrong," Cuban also tweeted Sunday.

Cuban acknowledged that dogecoin, like other cryptocurrencies, can be difficult to buy, spend and exchange. But, he still seems bullish on dogecoin and believes it has a unique use case over other cryptocurrencies.

"It's a medium that can be used for the acquisition of goods and services," he previously told CNBC Make It, especially due to the strong community surrounding it.

Cuban mentioned the success that his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, has had in accepting dogecoin as payment for merchandise, for example. The Mavericks accept many digital coins, but "95% of the sales are in doge," Cuban tweeted Saturday. He added that the organization doesn't convert any of those payments to fiat.

Still, dogecoin is a small part of Cuban's crypto holdings. He said that he personally owns just $494 worth of doge. And between his personal account and the Mavericks, there's less than $15,000 of the coin. In addition to dogecoin, Cuban owns bitcoin and other altcoins, such as ether.

However, keep in mind that financial experts are highly skeptical of cryptocurrencies as a whole due to their speculative nature and warn that people should only invest what they can afford to lose.

Some experts say to be especially cautious when investing in dogecoin in particular, since it lacks the scarcity and technological development that bitcoin has, for example.

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How High Can Dogecoin (DOGE) Go? • Benzinga Crypto

Benzinga 17 August, 2021 - 06:53am

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Dogecoin (DOGE) is back in the headlines, earning solid gains for investors and emboldening an army of online supporters to continue spamming the home feed on your favorite social media site. Boasting one of the strongest online communities in the altcoin space, Dogecoin has raised the spirits of its worldwide hodlers once again as the coin breaks through another resistance level on its way to new heights. 

And it’s not just Dogecoin making big gains for its investors. Increased participation is pushing the altcoin market higher from all directions. But as the cryptocurrency market blows past $2 trillion for the 2nd time this year, serious investors are asking themselves just one question: How high can DOGE go?

Dogecoin was most recently in the news for rising more than $0.69 on the tweets of the ever-eccentric Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. Single handedly raising the price of Dogecoin via his own social media presence, the self-proclaimed Technoking of Tesla and prominent fan of the crypto project revealed his own position in Dogecoin and his plans to work with developers to expand the platform. 

Unfortunately, a catastrophic fall in Dogecoin’s price (the timing of which correlates strongly with Elon Musk’s appearance on Saturday Night Live) left new investors disillusioned shortly thereafter. But as we watched our gains diminish in real-time alongside the general market, a determined community of supporters held onto their DOGE with diamond hands and added strategically to their positions. And after bottoming near $0.17, DOGE is now coming back and climbing the charts in spectacular fashion.

Despite the drop from its all-time high, DOGE has seen huge gains over the past year and nearly 45% gains alongside the crypto markets this August. And if you’ve listened to the online chatter surrounding this meme coin’s astronomical price increases, you know that DOGE may just be getting started. 

But what is Dogecoin? And what’s driving these recent gains?

Quite simply, Dogecoin may be the future of money. Nicknamed the People’s Currency for its fast transactions and low fees, Dogecoin has created a name for itself as a leader in the peer-to-peer (P2P) payment space. DOGE is rapidly being accepted as payment by a growing number of companies as adoption of the cryptocurrency becomes more mainstream. 

One great way to understand what makes Dogecoin so unique, is by measuring it against the largest cryptocurrency by market cap — Bitcoin. While both Bitcoin and Dogecoin operate on independent blockchains with a proof-of-work mechanism powered by mining, Dogecoin has managed to simplify the required work necessary to record transactions, allowing for faster speeds and lower network fees. 

DOGE had reached $0.34 at the time of writing and is continuing to show potential for considerable near-term gains. The current market cap for Dogecoin is resting comfortably above $40 billion as it continues to take market share from its larger competitors.  

When considering the price of DOGE, it is important to consider the company’s market cap to form a realistic picture of the coin’s potential. Doubling in price from here would place Dogecoin’s market cap above Cardano (ADA), making it the 3rd-largest cryptocurrency behind BTC and ETH.

The cryptocurrency market is still in its early stages. As cryptocurrencies become truly mainstream, the $2 trillion market will suddenly seem frighteningly small. When you consider the potential for Dogecoin to motivate participation in this burgeoning industry, its market capitalization may have room to grow.

However, it’s nearly impossible for Dogecoin to surpass a few dollars, so adjust your expectations accordingly. This is due to the large amount of DOGE in circulation (130 billion at the time of writing). For Dogecoin to reach $2, it would need a market capitalization of over $260 billion, which would make the meme currency more valuable than most companies in the S&P 500.

The oversized influence of celebrities involved in the space has revealed a glaring problem within the market. Large investors and early entrants to Dogecoin have enough power to manipulate the currency in a less than decentralized fashion. Plus, other cryptocurrencies like XLM and ADA have cheaper fees and faster transaction times than DOGE, which could potentially make the meme coin obsolete.

With so much hype around Dogecoin, it’s hard to not acknowledge the possibility of a bubble. Dogecoin has pumped and dumped several times before, and investors should realize the possibility that Dogecoin could fall back to sub 10 cents.

Dogecoin is widely accepted on cryptocurrency exchanges throughout the world. The easiest way to buy DOGE in the U.S. is probably through Coinbase or Webull.

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Webull offers active traders technical indicators, economic calendars, ratings from research agencies, margin trading and short-selling. Webull’s trading platform is designed for intermediate and experienced traders, although beginning traders can also benefit.

Webull is widely considered one of the best Robinhood alternatives.

Robinhood is the broker for traders who want a simple, easy-to-understand layout without all the bells and whistles other brokers offer. Though its trading options and account types are limited, even an absolute beginner can quickly master Robinhood’s intuitive and streamlined platform. On the other hand, more advanced traders might be frustrated by Robinhood’s lack of technical analysis tools, a feature that’s now nearly universal across other platforms.

As new entrants to the cryptocurrency space flood the available exchanges in the coming months, many traders expect Dogecoin to outperform the general market. Based on past performance and the current pace of market expansion, many are predicting DOGE to reach parity with the U.S. dollar soon.

While the concept of Dogecoin holding a market cap of more than $100 billion may seem hard to justify for the time being, the community of believers hodling the coin are convinced that it can still go much further. 

It is imperative to have a secure wallet for your cryptocurrencies and DOGE is no exception. Whether you need offline storage or solid connectivity for trading, the following recommendations will store your DOGE securely, giving you full control of your digital assets. 

Ledger represents the ultimate in secure offline storage. This sleek device stores your private keys and provides full isolation between your assets and less secure devices, like your phone or computer. 

While official Dogecoin wallets are readily available, 3rd-party wallets can often secure your investment just as well while offering greater functionality. Now supporting DOGE, ZenGo has created such a wallet. Using facial biometrics in lieu of private keys, ZenGo’s mind-bending simplicity is perfect for securing all of your crypto assets.

A wrapped Dogecoin, known as tDoge, has brought Dogecoin into the DeFi space. Investors interested in staking for interest can make returns just for holding the currency on certain exchanges within the decentralized finance space.

The market has been surging over the past few weeks, with tremendous gains realized by investors in the altcoin space in August 2021. Cardano, a popular alternative blockchain company, has made recent headlines after topping $2. It now sits at $2.17.

Bitcoin is holding onto a base of support, consolidating around $47,000, but losing market share to an exploding class of altcoins. Bitcoin dominance is holding at 44% but trending downward as we watch a number of altcoins like Dogecoin outperform the general market.

Ultimately, Dogecoin is a payment-oriented cryptocurrency with a fantastic community and creative media presence. It lacks in technicals, as it doesn’t have innovative smart contracts, and it isn’t even the best option for a simple payment solution. While the oversized influence celebrities hold over this altcoin can sometimes be hard to stomach, it might still behoove investors to get in on this mainstay meme coin before the masses discover it (again).

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