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Mark Cuban And His Son Purchase DOGE Yet Still Remain Skeptic

May 18, 2021      Kavya Barua

Billionaire Mark Cuban admits to owning more than 3,000 Dogecoins, but he is skeptical that DOGE will become a commonly utilized payment method. He also admits to owning 3,250 Dogecoins, which he purchased together with his son.

Mark Cuban & His Son Own Dogecoins Together

Billionaire Mark Cuban admits to having over 3,000 Dogecoins, but he is unconvinced that DOGE will become a popular payment mechanism. He also admits to having 3,250 Dogecoins, which he bought with his son.

That’s only $1,625 in fiat; however, Cuban also gets DOGE from people who purchased Mavericks (the NBA team he owns) tickets and merchandise on the team’s website.

The team introduced DOGE payments earlier this year, along with a few other well-known organizations selling goods and services, which, along with Elon Musk’s comments, drove the Dogecoin price upwards.

DOGE Has The Potential To Transform The Game, But It Has A Flaw

Dogecoin might become a “legitimate payment method,” according to Shark Tank co-host Cuban (the other host is Kevin O’Leary, or Mr. Wonderful, a former crypto hater who has now “converted” to Bitcoin). Dogecoin has utility, and usefulness produces growth in demand.

However, he believes Doge’s prospects of long-term survival are approximately equal. Although Dogecoin has so far succeeded, and users might take it in a different path than what was originally planned, he noted. To refresh your memory, Dogecoin was created in 2013 as a spoof of Bitcoin – a cryptocurrency based on the Shiba Inu meme.

“It’s just rhetoric until there’s demand, and demand is driven by utilities. DOGE may or may not survive in the long run, but it will not be the first product whose consumers successfully diverged from its initial aim.”

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Kavya Barua
Kavya Barua

Kavya Barua is in her final year of graduation from University of Delhi's, B.A (Hons) English program at Janki Devi Memorial College. She is an avid learner with a taste for advancements in crypto and Fintech. She is gaining interest in digital marketing and being a part of the organization where continuous growth and learning is assured and fulfilling the expectations of her knowledge and skills. She aspires to have a good career path with interest and ability to learn and deliver the results.