Dogecoin Core Wallet v

Version 1.14.5.0-31afd1331 of the Dogecoin Core (32-bit)

2013-2021 Copyright (C) Developers of Bitcoin Core and Dogecoin Core

If you believe Dogecoin Core is trustworthy, you may contribute. For more information on the software, go to https://dogecoin.com.
The source code can be found at https://github.com/dogecoin/dogecoin.

The Dogecoin Core wallet is a work in progress.
The software is distributed under the MIT software license; for more information, see the accompanying file COPYING or https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.

The core wallet includes OpenSSL Project software for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit https://www.openssl.org, cryptographic software written by Eric Young, and UPnP software written by Thomas Bernard. Anacoluthia created the paper wallet art.

THE FUN AND FRIENDLY INTERNET CURRENCY.
Dogecoin sets itself apart from other digital currencies with a unique, vibrant community made up of friendly folks just like you.

WHAT’S WITH DOGECOIN AND THE DOG?
“Doge” is our fun, friendly mascot! The Shiba Inu is a Japanese breed of dog popularized as an online meme and represents Dogecoin.
Dogecoin was started in 2013 as a joke. Jackson Palmer forked Bitcoin and
created his cryptocurrency as a playoff of the doge meme. The currency became famous as a
means of Reddit users tipping each other.
If I commented on Reddit that you liked, you might send me some dogecoin. This use
the case allowed people to share the idea of Dogecoin virally, and Dogecoin became valuable, even
though the currency did not have any technical properties that made it significantly better than
Bitcoin.

Dogecoin

Dogecoin is a community-driven cryptocurrency that was inspired by a Shiba Inu meme. The Dogecoin Core software allows anyone to operate a node in the Dogecoin blockchain networks and uses the Scrypt hashing method for Proof of Work. It is adapted from Bitcoin Core and other cryptocurrencies.