Dogecoin has cemented its reputation as a “joke” cryptocurrency—it’s based on a popular meme featuring a Shina Inu dog surrounded by brightly colored text in Comic Sans. But after what appears to be a massive pump and dump on the popular social networking app TikTok, many teenagers may have very little to laugh about.
In a July 6 update, the development group driving TON wrote: “Our remaining validators will be switched off not later than 1.08.2020. Please save all relevant data and terminate your testing process.”
Working together as the Centre Consortium, the firms claimed in a blog post that USDC reached that milestone quicker than any other digital dollar stablecoin. Most of that increase came on June 22, when the supply jumped from about $731 million to $920 million—rising by about one-third.
A glitzy video released by Republic says the Note allows anyone to “invest in tomorrow’s greatest minds and their brilliant creations, and succeed when they succeed.” A token sale is scheduled to commence on July 16. Each Note is going to be sold for $0.12, and an $8 million cap on sales is going to be in place.