When crypto-currency fans talk about the virtual forms of currency, Bitcoin is often the first one that miners and crypto users think about. However, Bitcoin’s value puts it out of reach for many average investors or users. Alternative coins, or altcoins, such as Dogecoin represent a far more reasonable option for those who want to use crypto currencies instead of fiat money. Like those other forms of virtual money, investors and collectors can hold physical representations of Dogecoin with new silver bullion rounds. Today, 1 oz Dogecoin Silver Rounds are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a plastic flip or an acrylic tube of 20 rounds!
- All-new Dogecoin design!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- On the obverse of the round is a depiction of the Shiba Inu dog logo for the coin.
- The reverse field of the specimen includes a popular crypto currency design element.
Introduced in December 2013, Dogecoin was created by two software engineers: Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer. The two wanted to create a system of payment that would be quick-and-easy to use, but above all else, affordable to all. When Dogecoin was first released, its initial value was just $.00026 (USD). Compare that to Bitcoin, with a value in excess of $30,000 (USD) as of March 2021, and Dogecoin is incredibly accessible to any user interested in crypto currency.
All of the 1 oz Dogecoin Silver Rounds listed here at JM Bullion are available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The rounds bear a design that has been used on copper rounds, Cold Storage Copper Rounds, and now appears on these silver rounds. The circulating supply of Dogecoin units is limited to 127 billion, with 113 billion of those coins already minted and in circulation.
On the obverse of Dogecoin Silver Rounds is a depiction of the Shiba Inu. The Japanese working breed accidentally became the symbol for Dogecoin due to the joke that started the crypto currency in the first place. The developers of Dogecoin found the “Doge” memes circling the web in 2013 hilarious and developed Dogecoin as a joke based upon this. The dog often featured in the Doge memes was a Shiba Inu, making it the perfect fit as the logo for Dogecoin.
The reverse face of the 1 oz Dogecoin Silver Round comes with an image featured on countless crypto-currency-themed releases since 2011. The design element was first created for the original Bitcoin silver round release and has since been used on various other issues of crypto currency rounds. The circuit-styled design includes a date mark identifying these Dogecoin Silver Rounds with a “2021” date mark.
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