Big crypto news out of Miami over the weekend may be with El Salvador President Nayib Bukele deciding to move forward making bitcoin legal tender, but another person associated with the world leader made his mark in support of Dogecoin.
In an exclusive interview with Cointelegraph at the Bitcoin 2021 conference, Kyle Kemper, the 37-year-old half-brother of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, resplendent in a banana dress, said He was launching a Dogecoin (Doge) Assignment or Project. According to Kemper, the initiative, called “Million Doge Disco,” is a combination of smartphone game Pokémon Go, the popular digital pet craze of the 1990s, Tamagotchi, and non-fungible tokens.
“Honestly the Doges are floating around us,” Kemper said, pointing his hand around the conference floor. “I suggest you turn some crypto into some doge for the pure reason of giving it away.”
Doge enthusiast, who has been an outspoken bitcoin (B T c) and crypto proponent, said that children are likely to find the meme-based cryptocurrency more attractive than BTC. As part of his promotional work at the convention, he was “giving out Dogecoin to children” via a sticker with the address:
“Doge is a wonderful intro pose, so it’s really easy for kids to get started with Doge. […] I say keep an open mind to Doge and Doge-consciousness.”
Kemper compared BTC creator Satoshi Nakamoto to Jesus, saying that he was “no longer with us, but he walked on water” and that “maybe one day” may rise from the dead to greet those in crypto. .
“Not yet,” Kemper said repeatedly when asked about the timeline for Satoshi’s speculative return. “not now.”
Watch the full interview between Kemper and Cointelegraph Here.