American citizens can now purchase Dogecoin via 1.800 cryptocurrency ATMs in 46 states, after CoinFlip added the meme token to its booming network.
The "meme coin" that has exploded in popularity recently, Dogecoin of course, added another milestone to its lucky history, when ATM provider Bitcoin CoinFlip decided to list the token on 1.800 cryptocurrency ATMs in the United States.
Dogecoin arriving at 1.800 ATMs
Started as a joking Shiba Inu-inspired digital token, Dogecoin has taken the world by storm in recent months, which prompted popular ATM provider Bitcoin CoinFlip to take action.
The Chicago-based company announced that it has added Dogecoin to its ever-growing network of more than 1.800 cryptocurrency ATMs located in 46 US states.
The statement informs that this milestone "validates the legitimacy of the coin and further shows CoinFlip's dedication to meeting the needs of consumers and the industry, as the coin's popularity grows."
Daniel Polotsky, CEO and co-founder of the ATM provider, said the move would offer the American population an easier way to gain exposure to Dogecoin.
"As its popularity continues to increase and there has been mass adoption recently, we want to commit to offering Dogecoin in our digital coin portfolio, further encouraging Americans to adopt this cryptocurrency in the months to come." Polotsky added.
Dogecoin's support comes from Musk, Snoop Dogg and others
CoinFlip claimed that the quotation del Dogecoin comes after the token received huge endorsements from some of the most popular names in the world. Maybe it all started with Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.
The executive previously updated his Twitter bio to show "former Dogecoin CEO," posted dozens of DOGE-related tweets, and even purchased a few tokens for his son.
Eventually, Musk's every interaction caused an immediate price reaction and DOGE rose to new highs. As a result, the token even entered the top ten cryptocurrencies by market capitalization. Additionally, this massive madness has attracted the attention of other famous people, including US rapper Snoop Dogg and more.
Therefore, it may not come as a surprise that CoinFlip claimed that its decision only came after Dogecoin received "the support of celebrities such as Elon Musk, Snoop Dogg, Kevin Jonas and Gene Simmons".
In short, it seems that the cryptocurrency born as an online meme has finally managed to find its own dimension. We are confident that support will continue to exist in the future and many people could benefit from it.
Do you own Doge? Have you bought the interest of these famous people before or after? And how do you store your tokens? Let us know in the comments below!