McDonalds is a global corporation with 119,000 restaurants in over 100 countries. It would be a huge step forward for the cryptocurrency to see one of the most recognizable brands start accepting it as payment.
McDonalds should accept Dogecoin (DOGE) because it is a cryptocurrency that is gaining popularity. DOGE has the potential to be the next big thing.
Mcdonald’s should accept Dogecoin, according to Dogecoin (DOGE).
McDonald’s Corporation is a fast-food restaurant chain based in the United States.
McDonald’s may accept payments in the cryptocurrency Dogecoin.
‘McDonalds should take Dogecoin!’ tweeted Dogecoin (DOGE) yesterday from its official Twitter account.
McDonald’s Corporation is a fast-food restaurant chain based in the United States. More specifically, the business was established in 1940 as a restaurant in San Bernardino, California, by Richard and Maurice McDonald.
McDonald’s is also the world’s largest restaurant chain in terms of sales. However, it serves approximately 69 million consumers in more than 100 countries. McDonald’s now has the ninth-largest worldwide brand value.
Dogecoin, on the other hand, is based on the popular “doge” Internet joke and has a Shiba Inu in its logo. Billy Markus of Portland, on the other hand, developed the open-source crypto. In addition, it was forked from Litecoin (LTC) in December 2013 by Oregon and Jackson Palmer from Sydney, Australia.
Furthermore, since it was based on a dog meme, Dogecoin’s founders envisioned it as a humorous, light-hearted digital currency that would appeal to a wider audience than Bitcoin. Furthermore, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said on many occasions that Dogecoin is his favorite cryptocurrency.
In addition, there has been a lot of buzz on social media about McDonald’s possibly accepting Dogecoin as a form of payment. At the time of writing, the DOGE price was $0.24, with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,845,136,557, according to CoinGecko.
Chart of the DOGE/USDT Exchange Rate (Source: TradingView)
BitPay or FlexaHQ may be used by McDonald’s.
Shibetoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Dogecoin (who is no longer involved with the project), tweets,