Friday, October 7

Billionaire Mark Cuban Says “I Still Think DOGE Has Got More Applications Potentially Available To It Than Cardano”

According to Mark Cuban with Altcoin Daily, the Billionaire says that the DOGE has more potential than Cardano reasons.

I still think DOGE has got more applications potentially available to it than Cardano … but the opportunity for Cardano was greater until DOGE becomes a platform for applications,

It is good to know that Dogecoin has seen massive adoption as people recognized its use case, with many advocating it to be used as a currency.

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The billionaire Cuban is popular for DOGE support alongside a few other fellow billionaires like Elon Musk. For instance, the Cuban made it possible for his NBA team, the Dallas Mavericks, to accept Dogecoin as payment for merchandise and tickets through a partnership with BitPay.

More also, Elon Musk has made almost all his companies add support to the mem coin.

IOG CEO Responded To Cuban’s Statement.

Following the Cuban’s statement, the IOG CEO, Charles Hoskinson, opted to use a GIF showing two persons in a mocking agreement and some other Cardano community members were vocal in their reaction to the statement.

Although Cardano’s development is slow as previously said by its competitor, Solana and co, its community has been the one laughing over unpalatable happening in Solana such as the consecutive outages.

Interestingly, Cardano and Dogecoin are two very different networks in their conception. Dogecoin is created as a carbon copy of Bitcoin with little iterations created as a joke to make fun of the cult following in the crypto community also, DOGE has more use cases than Bitcoin. Cardano was initiated by a team of experts with an eye for precision.

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