The Dogecoin Frenzy is still in high spirits! Take a look at crazy Doge adoption stories
Users can transfer the meme coins to a Burger King Brazil wallet for three dogecoins each dogpper.
Burger King Brazil then asked Dogecoin co-creator Billy Markus on Twitter whether he would replace his cap with the restaurant chain’s crown. Markus was quick to reply as he said, it would require a “subtle hat change.”
Utah Man offers 10% discount on his house for payment in Dogecoin
An American man from the state of Utah has a handsome offer for the prospective buyers of his home. He has decided to give a generous 10% off to the buyer if they are willing to pay in Dogecoin. The news was reported by television station KUTV.
The man named Scott Pauls’s home is up for sale at a price of $389,000. This is his attempt at increasing the adoption of meme crypto.
He believes Dogecoin might become a legitimate currency in the future, and his sale could help bring the joke cryptocurrency into the mainstream:
The decision was pretty obvious. I have a house I want to sell, why not push it to the limit to see if I can sell it for DOGE, because we have to keep using this currency if we’re going to get it to the mainstream.
The Utahn also accepts payments in other cryptocurrencies but only Dogecoin gets a special discount. A lot has been said about Dogecoin being a joke blown out of proportion and having no use case. But one thing that Doge has is an insane community, call it the Dogearmy. Despite high volatility in price and failed attempts at Doge to the $1 goal, the hype around the coin is always alive. Although many meme coins have surfaced now Dogecoin still holds the OG status.
This everlasting interest in Dogecoin by the masses is turning out to be a boon for the adoption of Doge as a transactional currency. Here’s a look at two recent Doge adoption attempts.
Brazils Burger King now accepts Dogecoin!
Burger King Brazil will now be accepting Dogecoin as payment for a “Dogpper,” a unique edible doggie treat for customers’ canines that is a play on words with the fast-food chain’s classic Whopper burger.