The biggest news in the crypto world at the Bitcoin Conference 2021 in Miami (USA) over the weekend may have been because El Salvador President Nayib Bukele announced he would legalize Bitcoin (BTC), but one figure Other influencers of the world have made their own mark in supporting Dogecoin (DOGE).
In an exclusive interview with CoinTelegraph at the Bitcoin 2021 conference, Kyle Kemper, the half-brother of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said he is launching a Dogecoin project. The idea, called “Million Doge Disco,” is what Kemper says is a combination of the Pokemon Go smartphone game, the popular 1990s digital pet Tamagotchi, and a non-fungible token (NFT).
“There really is DOGE floating around us,” Kemper said. “I suggest you can convert some crypto into some DOGE for the pure reason of giving.”
Kemper, a long-time supporter of Bitcoin and crypto, went on to say that the meme coin is likely to be more appealing than Bitcoin for kids. As a way of promoting at the conference, he “gives Dogecoin to the youth” through stickers with the address:
“DOGE is a great introductory currency, so it’s really easy for kids to start using DOGE. […] I say keep an open mind towards Doge and Doge Consciousness.”
Kemper also compared BTC “father” Satoshi Nakamoto to Jesus, saying that he “was not with us anymore, he walked on water” and maybe “one day,” he came back to life. from the dead to greet those in crypto.
“Not yet,” Kemper replied when asked when Satoshi would return.
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