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Dogecoin Direly Needs a New Lead Developer

Although most cryptocurrency enthusiasts consider Dogecoin to be a joke, the cryptocurrency has certainly made its mark over the years. Unfortunately, it seems there is very little interest from developers in doing something with this project in its current state. The Dogecoin community, on the other hand, is looking for a new developer or team of developers to take over. The big question is whether or not any major interest will be garnered in this regard.

What Does the Future Hold for Dogecoin?

Although Dogecoin has been around for quite some time now, this altcoin never amounted to much. More specifically, it never even got close to becoming a top 10 cryptocurrency, mainly because most people never took this concept seriously. This isn’t a big surprise, mind you, as Dogecoin has always been the “meme” of cryptocurrency in every possible way. It is also how the original creator seemingly portrayed this project.

At the same time, we all have to acknowledge that Dogecoin made some things happen which wouldn’t have been possible otherwise. It wasn’t Bitcoin or Litecoin which sponsored a NASCAR driver or sent the Jamaican bobsled team to the Olympics. That was all Dogecoin and its strong community of enthusiasts and generous individuals. All of that is well behind us now, though, and not much has come of Dogecoin ever since.

In fact, there has been little to no development of the Dogecoin ecosystem as we know it. Things have remained at a standstill for quite some time now. While there is no point in fixing something that isn’t broken, one would expect a bit more activity in this regard. Unfortunately, Dogecoin seemingly has no lead developer at this point in time. This situation has to change if the altcoin wants to succeed, although it remains to be seen if anyone will step up to the plate.

As a result, we’re seeing a public outreach by the Dogecoin community to anyone who wants to help maintain and perhap...

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