20 Apr

A crucial reminder has been sent out to the Dogecoin (DOGE) community that there are no official airdrop programs linked to the cryptocurrency.

Given the increase in con games and frauds aimed at DOGE investors, this timely reminder is an essential precaution against possible dangers and monetary losses.

Legitimate cryptocurrency companies frequently employ airdrops—the giving away of free tokens or coins—as a marketing tactic or as a way to thank devoted backers. Scammers have, however, appropriated this strategy to produce phony airdrops.

Prominent DOGE community members have responded to these worries by announcing on social media that there aren't any official Dogecoin airdrops. Any solicitations or claims implying differently ought to be viewed with caution and skepticism.

In keeping with this, Dogecoin developer Inevitable 360 affirms that there isn't and never will be an airdrop for Dogecoin; any claim to the contrary may be a hoax.

Doge Day is observed by the Dogecoin community

As "Doge day" approaches, the Dogecoin (DOGE) community has united in joyful celebration, paying wry homage to the cherished cryptocurrency that has won over millions of fans throughout the globe.

Supporters of Dogecoin celebrated the event by exchanging memes, jokes, and thought-provoking comments on social media sites like X. The cryptocurrency community and several exchanges participating in the festivities are using the hashtag "DogeDay" to spread happiness and goodwill throughout the industry.

As of this writing, DOGE had dropped 0.13% to $0.152 over the previous day. Dogecoin needs to decisively overcome the $0.20 mark, where a significant percentage of addresses hold billions of Dogecoin at a loss, in order to rise to new heights, according to IntoTheBlock.

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