How does Dogecoin compare to other major cryptocurrencies?


Jan. 23, 2023, 8:56 p.m.


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Dogecoin is one of the oldest and most established cryptocurrencies in existence. It was created back in 2013 as a joke but has since become a very popular cryptocurrency with millions of users around the world. Dogecoin is similar to other major cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, etc., but there are some key differences between them.

First off, Dogecoin transactions are much faster than those of other major cryptos. Transactions on the Dogecoin blockchain take only minutes to be confirmed compared to hours or even days for Bitcoin or Ethereum transactions (depending on network traffic). Also, while many other cryptos have transaction fees associated with them that can range from small amounts up into the hundreds of dollars depending on how congested their networks are at any given time, Dogecoin’s transaction fees remain incredibly low regardless of network conditions. This makes it an attractive choice for people who want to send money quickly without having to worry about high fees eating away at their profits.

Another difference between Dogecoin and other major cryptos is its supply; while Bitcoin has a hard cap limit of 21 million coins that will ever exist and many altcoins have similarly limited supplies, Dogecoins have no hard cap limit and new coins continue being minted every day which keeps inflation under control and prevents prices from becoming too volatile due to sudden changes in supply like what can happen with limited-supply coins when big investors decide to dump large amounts all at once onto exchanges.

Finally, perhaps one of the biggest draws for people looking into investing in crypto currencies is that unlike many others out there today – such as Bitcoin – Dogecoins aren’t mined using expensive specialized hardware; instead they can be mined by anyone using just a regular computer or laptop thanks to its use of scrypt technology rather than SHA256 hashing algorithms used by more traditional rivals like BTC & ETH (although ASIC miners do exist for DOGE if you really wanted one). This makes it much easier & cheaper for everyday folks wanting get involved without having buy expensive mining rigs just so they could compete against pros with deep pockets buying up all available hardware stock before everyone else gets theirs!


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