Dogecoin was created as a joke, a meme poking fun at the all-too-serious nature of cryptocurrency. Why shouldn’t development be fun?
Along the way, maybe we can help make a globally available, decentralized microtransaction system that lets people do and build interesting things.
Here’s what I’ve learned contributing code to Dogecoin core and other projects.
Proof of Work? Proof of Stake? Proof of SOMETHING is important, but how do we know what that is? First we have to know what we want from it.
Repetition is risky. Duplicate code may cause harm. Similar things offer opportunities to get things wrong in different ways. But I repeat myself.
Generous shibes fund tipjars to pay Core contributors for their work making regular Dogecoin releases. How are those tips disbursed to contributors?