Our first Shibe of the Day is Vujcin77! Thanks to Shibe /u/vujcin77 for answering our interview questions and being our first Shibe of the Day! How did you first get involved with Dogecoin? 3 years ago I was mining Bitcoin. Twas’ fun and all. But I needed something more. I wanted a better community. […]
A Shibe for All Seasons Mumzie – the moderator of a swathe of subreddits, the erstwhile co-ordinator of reddit ideas that become reality (eg. Dogeducation, the PR Group, the Dogecoin group), the Foundation board member, the giveaway regular, the first responder, the mediator. She’s the dedicated shibe we have all seen in action in some […]
A Review of Dogeminer by Jyro Blade When someone tells you they are mining Dogecoin, one would generally picture CPUs, GPUs, or ASICs churning out heat and Dogecoin in a room all day long. In Dogeminer, by Webber Robots, you can do away with your fancy specialized technology and turn your clicks into cold hard […]
Review: The Rise and Rise of Bitcoin by Clay Michael Gillespie Let’s face it: digital currency history is confusing. While big-daddy Bitcoin is calling the shots at the top, there’s a plethora of events and information to explore and learn from that can help new altcoins, like Dogecoin, flourish and become successful. But how? How […]
A Review of Georgy Watsky’s “All You Can Do” by Tom Boice While we are discussing the future of Dogecoin, I wanted to discuss one artist that seems to have an equally bright future, George Watsky. If you are active on /r/Dogecoin, you may recall that this Bay-area rapper tweeted that he was looking into […]
A Recipe for Crypto Success by Crowley As the title suggests in this article, I’m going to be discussing the recipe for success in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Follow these few easy steps and you’re sure to scam people out of their money create a successful coin and get rich help humanity achieve a better future. […]
GoodShibe on Dogecoin The Future of Dogecoin is, well, it depends entirely on who you ask, really. When we were created, Jackson Palmer and Billy Markus imagined Dogecoin as having the lifespan of about a year or so – because that’s, essentially, how long memes seem to live for before ‘the joke gets old.’ Of […]
Our Dogemarket review analyst, Helen Ensikat, is going to be a regular website contributor! It’s difficult to publish a timely market review in a print publication, so we will be featuring Helen’s wonderful analyses here at VeryMuchWow.com! Stay tuned for Helen’s insight!
The Great AuXPoW Debate by Free1ooo Today we are roughly five months until our main mining of Dogecoin stops. As most of you know, sometime in January 2015, our regular mining will cease to exist. We will hit our final block at 600000. At that point, we go into our deflationary mode of mining 10K […]
Very Much Wow recently purchased several kinds of loose-leaf tea from Dogecoin vendor “Tea Doge.” Proprietor Barnaby Gallagher sells many different kinds of exotic teas in exchange for Dogecoin. We chose three kinds of tea in order to test Barnaby’s wares, as well as to support a Doge vendor. Barnaby takes incredible care with his […]
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Metafawkes : Like a column of rising meh submitted by the Cult of Metafawkes This freakish steam locomotive was produced in 1925 in the UK, the land where long, long ago steam engines were first re-invented. By the 1930s engine design was starting to get pretty funky (but that is for […]
Print copies of our Fall edition are now available through Amazon and direct through our printer. Though we are a “magazine,” our print editions are softcover, high quality books! You will want to keep them forever! See our VMW Issues page for ordering links and a special discount code for those buying direct! Our ePub […]
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