Is Amazon About to Accept Dogecoin? The Payment Use Case Explored

Is Amazon About to Accept Dogecoin? The Payment Use Case Explored

A change.org petition requesting Amazon to accept Dogecoin for payment has reached over 140k signatures. The appeal was started four years, but the last two months have seen it pick up the pace, reaching 100k signatures in February. Since then, interest has snowballed further. “It is time for Amazon.com to be one of the first […]


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