Copper rounds are some of the most popular metals in the precious metals marketplace. Affordable, diverse, and offering a range of design themes, copper rounds make the perfect vehicle to deliver high-quality products to buyers who enjoy a diverse portfolio across all forms of metals. Today, 1 oz Copper Dogecoin Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in individual flips, acrylic tubes of 20, or boxes of 500!
- Celebrates the funny Shiba Inu logo for Dogecoin!
- Consists of One ounce of .999 fine copper.
- The obverse side depicts the Shiba Inu logo.
- On the reverse is the 2011-inspired crypto currency design.
Dogecoin is more than just another crypto currency alternative to Bitcoin, otherwise known as an altcoin. Dogecoin was inherently created as a form of crypto currency that would be more affordable, and therefore accessible, to a broader swath of the global population. Dogecoin is limited in its circulating supply, like other coins, but it is relatively high at 127 billion as the cap, with some 113 billion coins already mined and in circulation.
All of the 1 oz Copper Dogecoin Rounds available to you in this Silver.com product listing come with individual or bulk packaging. Single copper rounds will ship inside of individual plastic flips, while multiples of 20 are housed in acrylic tubes of 20. Multiples of 500 copper rounds will ship inside of boxes containing a total of 25 separate 20-round tubes. All items are available here new from the mint.
The obverse side of Copper Dogecoin Rounds comes with the image of the Shiba Inu. A medium-sized dog bred first in Japan, the Shiba Inu is a hunting breed and was the focal point of a hilarious meme known as the “Doge” meme that was popular in early 2013. This was the same time that Dogecoin was being developed, resulting in the Shiba Inu and its “dog monologue” thoughts becoming synonymous with the altcoin.
On the reverse face of the 1 oz Copper Dogecoin Round is a popular depiction reflecting the digital nature of crypto currency. The design was first introduced in 2011 on the first-ever crypto-themed silver round and has been popularly reproduced on a number of other collections since that time. The design includes a field that replicates the look of a microchip and comes with a date mark reflective of the year of issue.
Dogecoin was launched in December 2013. Shortly after its debut, it jumped 300% in total value to $.00095 per coin. Compare that to the current February 2021 price of a single Bitcoin surging passed $30,000 per coin, and you can see how Dogecoin is accessible to a wider range of users.
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