Shiba Inu Economy: Buy Vacation Houses, Pay For Porn Stars With Comedy Currency

Shiba Inu, to most people, is just a Japanese dog. To the rest of us, Shiba Inu is the grand symbol of Dogecoin – the hottest virtual currency on the internet today.

And there is another reason this meme-based joke money is getting more popular by the minute: you can already actually buy real stuff with Dogecoin.

Such awesome. Very Purchase.

But where exactly can we start spending our Shiba Inu savings?

Well, why not spend some 100 million Dogecoins on a new vacation house in Sawyer County, Wisconsin? Matt Thompson, a 27-year old businessman who has been selling stuff over the internet for years has accomplished a Dogecoin milestone recently for putting his own three-bedroom, two-bathroom vacation house on the Shiba Inu market. His asking price – 100 million Dogecoins, or $135,000 in non-doge American money, according to CNN.

Don’t want a vacation house? Maybe you’d like to spend your hard-earned Dogecoin on something else.

Aussie porn star Angela White is the first to embrace the Shiba Inu when she announced on Reddit that she’ll start selling her videos on her website in exchange for Dogecoin. In an interview with Washington Examiner, White said that one of the reasons she decided to sell her videos for the almighty Shiba Inu is the tight community that has been built around the comedy currency. She said she likes how they don’t take themselves too seriously despite the fact that Dogecoin is becoming more and more of a serious mode of payment.

Such sexy. Very porn.

The whole concept for Dogecoin started with images of a Japanese dog Shiba Inu covered with colorful Comic Sans expressions, that began to circulate the internet circa 2010. The idea to establish mock money out of the popular meme came from programmer Billy Markus and was observed to expand quickly after its creation in December 2013.

The Shiba Inu economy has certainly come a long way. From its humble beginnings as valueless, paperless money, the Dogecoin has become one of the most promising virtual currency to ever appear on the internet.

Shiba Inu was even able to get the Jamaican Bobsled Team to go to the Sochi Olympics this year, thanks to the support of /r/dogecoin and the $30,000 they were able to pull together – in Dogecoin, of course.

With all the craze with the currency, it is apparent that we’ll be seeing more of the golden Shiba Inu in the future. After all, many are getting more intrigued with the future of Dogecoin, and virtual currency in general.

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