Exclusive Dogecoin Ring / Shop

We welcome you to our Dogecoin Shop, the place where you can buy our exclusive Dogecoin ring. 



If you want to know more about the procedure of the Dogecoin Ring ..... 


Dogecoin Ring

And this is exactly the reason why we created this Dogecoin Ring / Shop.


We as Dogecoin enthusiasts and extreme hodlers of this cryptocurrency wanted to create something very special regarding Dogecoin.

The internet is full of stores selling Dogecoin, shirts, caps or sweaters. But we were missing some exclusivity. The best cryptocurrency in the world, the crypto for the people deserves something better than cheap merchandise. And that's what we offer you here. This is the only Dogecoin shop where you can get the original Dogecoin ring. We are and remain the original. We have come to stay.

And please don't forget, what we offer you here is not just a ring. Just imagine for a moment that the price of Dogecoin really goes to the moon. What happens then? ... exactly a lot of people will earn a lot of money in one go and of course you want to show it. . And what can these people buy exclusively that has to do with Dogecoin? And what happens if there are only 2000 of this product? 2000 pieces? Exactly, our Dogecoin ring could turn out to be a very, very good investment opportunity.

And that's exactly what we have created for you. Remember, you are not just buying a ring, you are buying the exclusive Dogecoin ring from DogeKingsClub. We wish you a lot of fun with it in the next years and welcome you maybe soon as a member in our club. Finally, some "data" about Dogecoin and what it is: Although real Dogecoin fans can stop reading here.....


Dogecoin was created in 2013 as a joke by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer What began as a joke a few years ago, not only grabbed headlines over the past few months but has also gone on to become one of the better-known cryptocurrencies. Yes, were talking about Dogecoin. The cryptocurrency was developed in December 2013 as a joke by software engineers Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer.

They intended it to be used as a new decentralized cryptocurrency for peer-to-peer transactions. The duo chose the Japanese dog breed Shiba Inu as the branding for Dogecoin. Then Shiba Inu was already popular online because of the Doge meme. Since then, Dogecoin has come a long way. Despite its lower price compared to Bitcoin or other altcoins, it remains popular. The Technology Behind  Dogecoin was developed using the technology that was used to build Bitcoin. Technically, unlike altcoins such as Ethereum, Dogecoin isn't very different from Bitcoin. However, it does exhibit minor changes in its proof-of-work hashing algorithm and total supply. How Did Dogecoin Begin? Dogecoin was introduced as a meme currency on December 6, 2013, by Markus and Palmer.

They were also among the earliest Bitcoin adopters. Although they started off with their project for fun, Dogecoin has gained much popularity and a fan base today. How Is Dogecoin Different From Bitcoin? Although Dogecoin is based on Bitcoins technology, it is different from it. As compared to Bitcoin, it has a shorter block time, an extravagant supply, and very low transaction fees (1 DOGE for every 1000 bytes of transaction size). Dogecoins shorter block time means it can quickly create new blocks. For it, the block time is one minute. That's fairly short as compared to Bitcoins, 10 minutes. Its blocks' payout 10,000 DOGE per block. What Is Dogecoins Value In Today's World? If you are looking at its market price, it may not amount to much.

At the time of writing, Dogecoins price was around $0.20. However, it has become a viable and popular cryptocurrency for its simple usage during small transactions over the internet. That's possible only because of its low transaction fees. Click here to track live Dogecoin prices. Dogecoin is a largely volatile cryptocurrency. However, it has a large community devoted to it. The loyalists call themselves shibes. Over the past few months, Dogecoin has been endorsed by the likes of Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and rapper Meek Mill, among others.