Cool Runnings -Jamaican Bobsled Team Uses Doge to raise Funds

The “Joke” Coin Doge has lifted some of the dreary January blues, for many Crypto Followers and The Jamaican Bobsled Team.


The Doge Coin Foundation has sled in and helped the Jamaican Bob sleigh Team to raise enough funds to send them to the Winter Olympics, by using the newest crypto currency Doge.(At the time of writing over $30,000 in Doge donations has been raised).See the latest figure Here

“As someone who grew up in the 90′s, Cool Runnings was the ultimate feel good movie about underdogs achieving their dreams,” Butler a founder member of the Doge Foundation told the Guardian. (woof woof)


Doge is a slang term for “dog” that is primarily associated with pictures of Shiba Inus (nicknamed “Shibe”) and internal monologue captions on Tumblr. These photos may be photoshopped to change the dog’s face or captioned with interior monologues in Comic Sans font.


 .How do I get started using dogecoin?

Simply head over to and download the free wallet app to start being able to send and receive dogecoin. There you will also find many links containing information about the coin and community.

Doge Coin began on December 6th, when a  BitcoinTalk forum member Dogecoin introduced an alternative crypotocurrency based on the meme as a satire of the Bitcoin boom in a thread titled “Dogecoin – very currency – many coin – wow – v1.1 Released.” Similar to Bitcoin and its derivatives, Dogecoin can be mined and exchanged for goods and services, it is programmed to level out at a higher threshold of up to 100 billion coins. In comparison, Bitcoin will cap out at 21 million coins and Litecoin 84 million coins.

If you have some Doge Coins sitting in your Doge wallet why not donate a few to give the Jamaican Bobsled Team a good run at Sochi .

2014 Winter Olympic Jamaican Bobsled Team Doge donation address >>  DCLmwBUiY9EE8ND6FYtDfbFsiQD8LAZvAZ


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