The New Dogecoin website is now fully functional.
The updated Dogecoin website is officially gone live and is no longer in preview status, according to the official Dogecoin Twitter handle.
Dogecoin is the new Dogecoin.
Our upgraded website is live!https://t.co/npxXeKLtIR
— Dogecoin (@dogecoin) July 27, 2022
The Dogecoin Foundation established a community group at the end of the previous year in order to improve the outdated Dogecoin website and form a network that may operate on a future Dogecoin website.
This led to the gathering of twenty volunteers who had a variety of talents, including writing, translating, HTML, CSS, and graphic design. The updated website was introduced in preview mode in June while developers received user feedback.
New features on the upgraded website
The newly launched website has tabs for So Home, What is Dogecoin, Much Wallets, Very Community, and So Dogepedia, which offers entertaining and informative content on Dogecoin. More than 10 languages, including English, are supported by the website.
According to the website, Dogecoin is an open-source peer-to-peer digital currency that Shiba Inus all over the world prefer.
In a section titled “Dogecoin’s Utility,” the Dogepedia article states: “The truth is, money is useful, and Dogecoin is money! One of the few cryptocurrencies that have been used exclusively for this purpose from its inception is Dogecoin, in fact.”
Another article in the Dogepedia aims to dispel the myth that a whale held nearly 30% of the total supply of Dogecoins: “In point of fact, several of the best Dogecoin wallets are cold wallets or hot wallets managed by exchanges and brokers, and they thus portray Dogecoin held in custody for thousands—or hundreds of thousands, even—of people.”