Top Celebrities Who are Hyping for Dogecoin Since 2020

The popularity of dogecoin is often shielded by faithful followers who are willing to do anything for the token



Dogecoin is the best ever joke that happened to the cryptocurrency sphere. Launched in 2013 out of the trending Shiba Inu dog memes and jokes over the internet, DOGE came to mainstream usage only in 2020. Since then, the popularity of Dogecoin has more than ten-folded, thanks to celebrities who constantly hype the cryptocurrency’s market presence. It was created as a mock counterpart to bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies, which strongly denote the decentralization and independence of tokens. Will you believe it if I say DOGE has its own meme-language? Yes, it does!. “Much wow!” and “such vroom,” are some of the words dogecoin uses constantly. However, despite the craziness it carries, dogecoin entered a serious phase recently when Shiba Inu, another memecoins, took its ninth place in the cryptocurrency market. Backed by a massive group of honest followers, DOGE managed to get back its crown. The popularity of dogecoin is often shielded by faithful followers who are willing to do anything for the digital token. However, top celebrities are also on the list of people who hype dogecoin. In this article, we explore a plethora of celebrities who stand by Dogecoin’s side and familiarize it whenever needed. 


Top Celebrities Supporting Dogecoin

Elon Musk

Elon Musk, the Founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is the first to be on the list. Every crypto investors are well aware of how much influence Elon Musk has on dogeocin. He constantly mentions DOGE in his speech or puts out a tweet mentioning the digital currency, which eventually drives the whole DOGE fandom crazy. Even Musk’s Shiba Inu puppies have a strategic impact on Dogecoin’s price. According to reports, Musk owns over US$1.5 billion worth of Dogecoin. He also revealed that it is for his son and he’ll decide what to do when he comes to a certain age of financial maturity. 


Snoop Dogg

Rapper Calvin Cordozar Broaclus, going with the pseudo name, Snoop Dogg, is another diamond in the dogecoin circle. His conversation with Elon Musk during the 2021 cryptocurrency wave made DOGE’s price go up the hill. He posted a picture of himself with his face swapping the popular meme. Besides, Snoop Dogg is also confirmed to have dogecoin investment.


Gene Simmons

Kiss bassist Gene Simmons has emerged as the ‘god of dogecoin’ after he self-proclaimed the title in February 2021. In the same tweet, he also mentioned that he bought ‘six figures’ worth of the digital currency and made the other investors go crazy over his claim. After the initial tweet, Simmons also engaged in follow-ups which reflected on the memecoin’s price. 


Kevin Jonas

One of the Jonas brothers, Kevin Jonas, has made his young Twitter followers try their hand on dogecoin when he tweeted about the cryptocurrency. He mentioned “All I’m saying… $Doge,’ in one of his tweets that instigated many among his 5.3 million followers to go berserk for the coin. According to Investor Place, his mention made dogecoin reach a record US$0.087159 price in February 2021. 


Marques Keith Brownlee

Marques Keith Brownlee is a YouTube celebrity who unleashed an explanatory video of Dogecoin in February 2021. The 27-year-old prominent entertainer with 13.6 million subscribers usually posts tech-focused videos and hosts podcasts. In his video, he mentioned bitcoin as the most famous digital currency, while also talking about doge coin. The video was viewed for more than 200,000 times so far. 


Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban, the billionaire investor, has a big preference for dogecoin. He never misses a chance to mention the memecoin and its potential, which eventually interests the investors to try their hand in it. Recently, Cuban pitched doge coin as the preferred cryptocurrency against its more powerful rivals like bitcoin. He also added that people prefer to spend dogecoin to purchase goods and services constantly because the digital token does appreciate so much at frequent intervals. 


Mia Khalifa

The much-adored public figure, Mia Khalifa has joined the public sensation to hype dogecoin in January 2021 when she tweeted, “Okay I caved and bought the dog stocks Imaoooooo.” She was already in the spotlight when she tweeted this. Her previous podcast revealed her crypto interests and her investments so far.