Dogecoin is based on the Doge meme, where the picture shows a Shibe Inu dog that expresses his thoughts in Comic Sans Font. The technical background is a scrypt mining algorithm with a block time of 1 minute, resulting in fast transaction times. The community of Dogecoin (mainly can be found at pointed out by DOGE-Devs at



  • Algorithm: Scrypt
  • Max Coins: Uncapped -  as of approximately 5,256,000,000 DOGE per year
  • Block Time: 60 Seconds
  • Difficulty Retarget Time: 4 hours
  • Premine: None


Block Rewards:

Block Numbers Per-Block Reward First Block Expected Coins Produced (approx) Expected Total Circulation (approx)
1-100,000 0-1,000,000 (random) 8 December 2013 50,000,000,000 50,000,000,000
100,001-200,000 0-500,000 (random) 14 February 2014 25,000,000,000 75,000,000,000
200,001-300,000 0-250,000 (random) 25 April 2014 (estimated) 12,500,000,000 87,500,000,000
300,001-400,000 0-125,000 (random) 3 July 2014 (estimated) 6,250,000,000 93,750,000,000
400,001-500,000 0-62,500 (random) 10 September 2014 (estimated) 3,125,000,000 96,875,000,000
500,001-600,000 0-31,250 (random) 19 November 2014 (estimated) 1,562,000,000 98,437,500,000
600,001+ 10,000 (fixed) 27 January 2015 (estimated) 5,256,000,000 per year No limit


DOGE Related Websites:


Community talks here:


For all your trading needs:

Buy, Sell, and Trade (ad hoc):
Buy and sell (ad hoc):
Dogecoin marketplace:
PMToCoins – Buy coins with Fiat:
Doge Marketplace – Ebay like site for DogeCoins:
Crypto Marketplace – Craigslist like site featuring DogeCoins:
Vault of Satoshi – USD/CAD to Dogecoin and back:

Dogecoin Business Directory:


with all this in mind – such trade, many coin, much luck , many observe, wow


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