The Dogecoin community was buzzing with creativity at this years CoinFest, all in the name of Shiba!
The world’s first automated Dogecoin teller machine was also on display at the the digital currency festival in Vancouver. Granted, it’s nothing more than a smartphone stuck to the front of a battered metal briefcase but it’s the taking part that counts.
Potential customers can simply scan the QR code, insert their money and boom! Dogecoins will be sent directly to your wallet. Is there anything technical going on inside the briefcase? Rumour has it Shiba herself is in there totting up the money.
Is it serious? We don’t think so, there’s no real marketplace for Dogecoin ATM’s, but it just goes to show how much love the community has for Shiba, “To the Moon!”.
Although Dogecoin is still seen as a gimmick by many, it’s hot on the heels of Bitcoin with coverage in the worlds media after financially backing the Jamaican Bobsled team who secured last place in the two-man Bobsleigh event at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.