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That seems to be the only cryptocurrency that people talk about today. In these discussions, I typically hear the groans of it’s hefty price tag. $38,634 is the current price tag for ONE coin.

Typically these moans are followed by grievances of not being able to afford to invest and how they should have jumped in sooner if only they knew better.

While I understand these sentiments, I always wonder why these people are crying over spilled milk instead of looking for another dairy store that also guessed it: MILK.

In a nutshell, cryptocurrency is currency of the future. Many of you may have noticed that the paper dollar is being rubbed out. Also, every since the pandemic started, there's been a preference for credit card usage only and merchants everywhere are requesting customers refrain from using coins as there's been a "coin shortage".


We are being prepped for cryptocurrency. Currency that is more electronic than credit cards. Currency that can be used for a plethora of things from household goods to ammunition and beyond. Currency that can maneuver through various continents and still hold its value. With this being said, paper dollars and heavy ass coins are looked at as relics of the past and do not fit with the aesthetic of the future. What you are now witnessing is the phasing out of the present currency. Credit cards will be next. Think about it. Many of us use Apple Pay, Google Pay, Venmo, Zelle, CashApp etc. to pay the simplest of bills to large contract work. Cash is being set up to be the next check book...and when was the last time you seen a heaux write a check? The old ass white folk purchasing their prescription pills at Walgreens do NOT count.

Again, cryptocurrency is the currency of the future...and your ass needs to get on it ASAP no Rocky.

So back to this $38k pricetag for Bitcoin and my correlation with finding another dairy store....

So with the understanding that cryptocurrency is the currency of the future, we must remember that one thing about has denominations. Yes, just as the dollar has denominations of $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, & $100 denominations and credit cards have Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover etc....cryptocurrency has the exact same shit.

Bitcoin is to expensive for your purse/wallet? Ok, it's time to explore the other forms of cryptocurrency-particularly those still flying under the radar and cheap as fawk.

So let's talk one of them. Dogecoin (DOGE) is one of the cryptocurrencies that I invest in and the one we will discuss in this blogpost. Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency that started in 2013 as a joke & response to Bitcoin-but is now is suddenly worth a total of more than $6 billion.

Stamped by Tesla CEO Elon Musk (networth $190 BILLION btw) and seeing a unheard of 822% jump last month (January 2021), Dogecoin is now the 8th largest cryptocurrency. Need more prodding? In the last 24 hours, Dogecoin has surged 53% to $0.82 USD (much cheaper than Bitcoin's $38k) , giving it a market value of $10 billion USD...and it will go up from there.

I have attached my real life receipts of my Dogecoin investment numbers. Presently, I have 58,611 Dogecoin. Since my initial deposit last month, I have seen a 487% increase and have made $3409.07...on a $700 investment ($500 initial investment and $200 earlier this month).

I shit you not. Easy money. Easy money that I got in early and will sit back and watch take off, just like Bitcoin is doing now. Because the price is so low ($0.082 USD), you can come in at conservative numbers if your budget does not allow you to do much (right now). Even a $10 or $20 investment will be a good start. You can add every paycheck or in whatever increments are feasible to your budget. I just want you to start baby loves.

Available for purchase on both the Robinhood and Webull apps that I have sent you the links for free stocks for. Here they are again:

Robinhood Free Stock:

WeBull Free Stocks

No it ain't my birthday but I got my name on that CAKE. I want you too as eat it too 😉

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