Dogecoin (DOGE) Will Be Physically Transported to the Moon by a Space Technology Company

A space technology company has announced that in December, they would literally send the meme asset Dogecoin (DOGE) to the moon.

Astrobotics, a company that focuses on creating space robotics technology, plans to hide actual DOGE aboard the Peregrine Lunar Lander when it launches on December 23rd, according to the developers behind the famous dog-themed digital asset.

Astrobotic has announced that on 12/23/2023, they would deliver a physical Dogecoin to the moon in a DHL Moonbox using ULA’s Vulcan Centaur Rocket. Thanks to the 2015 community funding, this project really exemplifies teamwork!

German logistics company DHL’s MoonBox, a time capsule built to keep things on the moon “for centuries to come,” will reportedly transport the actual Dogecoin to the moon, as stated in Astrobotic’s launch package.

On Peregrine Mission One, Astrobotic took few personal keepsakes. Peregrine will keep “Moon Capsules” on the moon for generations to come, each one carrying payloads from different parts of the globe.

The most significant events of our lives will always be connected to our closest cosmic neighbor, whether it’s via images, books, student work, or even a fragment of Mount Everest. As of this writing, one Dogecoin can be purchased for $0.783, marking a 5% gain over the last 24 hours.

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