It has been some time (months) since I have made a Dogecoin donation and posting about it here at the blog. It was not that I ran out of requestors to donate to; it was something else. For the first part, for that time I have been losing any motivation to continue writing more posts. Second, my Dogecoin holding wallet was out of sync throughout most of this time, and I did not find any time to re-sync it. Third, I stopped following Dogecoin and most other cryptocurrency news as much as I used to. Well, back on track.
The donation I would feature in this episode would go to a requestor who I have found on Reddit. I have seen the requestors post last week, but could not send any Dogecoin donation as (yes, you might have figured by now) my Doge wallet was out of sync! So, I finally synced it today, and was more than happy to finally give this donation.
This donation came to the self-proclaimed “poor shibe” who as of 2 months ago had been new to crypto. Who knows? Maybe the shibe is rich by now and has millions of Dogecoins stored in a wallet? Well, its not up to me to speculate. Anyways, I have decided to give a little something in case the “shibe” still wants to be Doge funded. Hmmm. Not sure if Doge funded is a thing, but it could be a new expression from now on. You might realize that while on previous donations I have donated 3,000 Doge per episode, this time I only donated 300 Doge. No, I have not become cheaper! Instead, this is because the Dogecoin value has skyrocketed by 10 times from the time of the last episode! So, with the status-quo of the value, the 300 Dogecoin donations per episode would prevail.