Selling Dogecoin made simple.
At Bitinvestor we’ve made it simple to sell Dogecoins.
As soon as you’ve sent us your Dogecoins, we’ll initiate a bank transfer to you. You will usually receive your money within a few hours, but always within 2 business days.
And if you face problems or have any questions, we’re ready to help in our livechat every day of the week!
How do you sell Dogecoin?
Why sell through Bitinvestor?
Local bank transfer
We pay out through the local banking systems for EUR, GBP, and DKK so you don’t have to worry about international methods.
As soon as we receive your cryptocurrency, we intiate the bank transfer to your account.
Bitinvestor is regulated by the Danish Financial Authorities and Fintrac Canada.
Learn about Dogecoin
In December 2013, software engineers Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus came up with the idea for Dogecoin. Dogecoin was first created as a humorous take on the nascent cryptocurrency industry. Its name and emblem were inspired by a well-known internet joke that starred the Shiba Inu dog breed. The coin’s endearing mascot, a witty Shiba Inu, attracted a thriving internet following right away. Even with its lighthearted beginnings, Dogecoin quickly gained a sincere and ardent fan base.
When Dogecoin first started out, it was frequently utilized for small-scale transactions between internet users who wanted to compensate one another for producing and sharing content. Dogecoin tipping, donations, and crowdfunding have gained popularity on a number of online sites, demonstrating the community’s inclusiveness and generosity.
The Brains Behind Dogecoin
Although Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus are credited with creating Dogecoin, the community and later developers are responsible for its continuous growth and existence. Palmer and Markus withdrew from the project, and while they still occasionally offer commentary on its course, they are no longer actively involved.
A group of committed developers are currently in charge of Dogecoin’s development and voluntarily maintain its software. Furthermore, Dogecoin’s thriving and dynamic online community plays a major role in its ongoing life. Numerous social media channels feature animated debates, jokes, and altruistic initiatives centered around Dogecoin and its emblematic Shiba Inu.
What makes Dogecoin unique?
Even though Dogecoin started out as a joke, it has a few characteristics that make it stand out in the crowded cryptocurrency market.
Community Spirit: Dogecoin’s community is arguably what sets it apart from the competition. Unifying behind the Shiba Inu meme, the Dogecoin community has demonstrated a collective, humanitarian spirit through a number of noteworthy fundraising events and charitable donations.
Accessibility: When compared to other cryptocurrencies, Dogecoin is frequently thought to be more approachable and less scary. Because of its affordable price and humorous image, it encourages both inexperienced investors and interested bystanders to learn more about cryptocurrencies without having to make large financial investments.
Celebrity Endorsement: Elon Musk, one of the many celebrities who have supported Dogecoin, has frequently shared his love for the cryptocurrency on social media, attracting media attention and boosting its value.
Notoriety: As one of the original “meme cryptocurrencies,” Dogecoin’s remarkable rise and volatility have confused and attracted investors, gaining it a lot of attention both inside and outside the cryptocurrency community.
Ofte stillede spørgsmål
When you sell Dogecoins, we will initiate a bank transfer to your bank as soon as we receive your Dogecoins. The money usually arrives within hours, but always within 2 business days.
As soon as we receive your Dogecoins, the price gets locked in.
When selling, the price is locked in after your transaction has 1 confirmation on the blockchain. That usually never takes more than 5 minutes.