We can't set a price on Dogecoin or any cryptocurrency, as cryptos don't have any backing like stocks do. There is no profit or performance to reflect the value of it onto. Cryptos' values are based on interest and how many people hold it.

Bitcoin is valued based on deflation, unlike the dollar, which is inflationary as more dollars are printed. On that note, no one can put a price on Bitcoin. Some say $10K, others $100K, others $100.

The real question becomes what the impact of Bitcoin will be once we are done mining it in 2140 (I believe).

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AJ Krow

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Teacher. Writer. Author. Aspiring Polyglot. Progressive Voter. Atheist. Twitter @ajkrow_writer.

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