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“I was in the crypto space for the last year or so as an investor when it suddenly dawned on me that there was a HUGE hole in the market for a classic 2D side scrolling play-to-earn game where plays could simply collect coins, like in Super Mario, and those coins once collected would then be transferred to the players crypto wallets… I call it ‘crypto gaming made easy.’”
Paul is well renowned in the entertainment industry, having worked with the likes of Rihanna, Sir Paul McCartney, Eminem, and Justin Bieber, to name a few. He hopes to bring some of that “Hollywood” flair to cryptocurrency and make it appeal to a mainstream audience.
“The crypto space is so insular and inward-facing, I’m trying to break down those walls and make it appealing to the 99% outside of the crypto bubble with simple yet effective marketing strategy and a kickass game.”
In just 8 weeks since their stealth launch, Doge Dash has amassed over 55,000 holders, more than 5 million plays of the game demo at dogedash.com, and has had countless Youtube and TikTok features, all whilst trending number 1 on CoinMarketCap every week so far since launch.
The future is bright for Doge Dash with their first NFTs drop on December 4 and the long-awaited game launch in mid-December— but that’s not all. They partnered with payment solutions provider ChangeNow to add a fiat on-ramp to the Doge Dash website to allow cryptocurrency newbies to easily buy DogeDash coins directly with a credit card. In Caslin’s eyes this is a major step to mainstream adoption: “I want to make buying DogeDash as easy as buying groceries at your local store”.
Maybe cryptocurrency mass adoption is closer than we think. For more info visit Dogedash.com and you can watch the full interview on YouTube.
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