DogeCoin Donations [Episode 20]

After today’s Bitcoin donation to Africa, I have decided to look for someone or something that accepts Dogecoin donations and has a theme of Africa as well. While I could not find an organization with similar philanthropic tendencies as Amani Kinderdorf, I was yet able to find one entity that asks for DOGE contributions with the keywords “Africa” on its description.


The aforementioned entity is called DOGEPRIX, and it is an Android racing game. DOGEPRIX has been developed as a racing game in part of a crowd-funding campaign that attempts to sponsor Dogecoin on the F2004 Ferrari Formula 1 racing in Africa. This campaign could be viewed similarly to the sponsorship of Dogecar in the 2014 NASCAR All-Star Race. Perhaps, the DOGEPRIX Android game foundation hopes for a similar DogeCoin legacy at Ferrari Formula 1 competitions.

Based on my personal opinion, this donation does not produce same quality of societal benefit as my Bitcoin donation to Amani Kinderdorf. But this Dogecoin donation is quite a bit meaningful to me. This is because of this entity’s associated connection with the Ferrari sport-car. Interestingly enough, owning a Ferrari has been my dream in my early times when I had a despondency for Earthly riches! Although I stopped seeking such dreams, it would yet be nice for me to see someone ride a Ferrari in Africa through the Dogecoin-sponsored race car! Registered & Protected UULV-YZTI-52O9-NUDC Copyright © 2018. All Rights Reserved. BESTradingBrokers

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