Invented literally as a “joke currency” back in 2013, It‘s hard to take Dogecoin seriously with such name and logo. Employing the image of a Shiba Inu dog as its mascot, the cryptocurrency was created for fun, but nearly half a decade later the brand is still alive and well. While Dogecoin is older than most coin brands on the market, it didn’t make a substantial presence in the major league. But the stable performance of that type of digital currency contributes to a much more serious way of it being perceived by both developers and users. With a market capitalization around half-billion dollar mark, Dogecoin shouldn’t be considered a joke anymore.Unlike the greater number of mostly unknown brands on the market, the Shiba Inu avatar is making the coin rememberable, and aside from the majority of coins, Dogecoin happens to be entirely independent from BTC. The performance stability during the market turmoil and changes is undoubtedly a feature deserving to be mentioned and so do the faster transaction compared to the Bitcoin, as well as the convenient employment of the transaction system.