Anonymous Dogecoin Holder Donates Profits to a Dog Shelter in Florida

Anonymous Dogecoin Holder Donates Profits to a Dog Shelter in Florida

In the last few days, the popular meme-based cryptocurrency has witnessed wild movements across the board, going up and down. An anonymous woman who holds dogecoin and profited from the latest all-time high ($0.44) made a philanthropic maneuver in favor of dogs. Woman Left A “Dogecoin” Message as the Reason for the Donation According to Fox 6, the woman donated her profits earned by holding the Shiba Inu dog-inspired coin to a dog shelter in Daytona Beach, Florida. The Halifax Humane Society administrates the facility. Barry Kukes, outreach director of the Halifax Humane....


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