Is the Doge-1 Launch Still on Schedule? – Herald Sheets

Dogecoin is still in the spotlight as the Doge-1 mission, which involves launching a satellite paid for with Dogecoin, is scheduled for the third quarter of 2023. The mission, initially sparked by a tweet from Elon Musk, aims to demonstrate the potential of cryptocurrency for commercial space endeavors. It will broadcast advertisements and collect lunar geology data. The satellite, developed by the Geometric Energy Corporation, will be launched alongside the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Once in orbit, it will stream the advertisements on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. Advertisers can buy pixels to showcase visuals on display using Beta and Rho tokens. The mission has faced multiple delays, but Intuitive Machines recently advised that it is scheduled for Q3 2023. While there have been controversies surrounding Dogecoin and its fluctuating value due to Elon Musk’s involvement, the Doge-1 mission has captured the attention and curiosity of crypto enthusiasts and space enthusiasts alike. It remains to be seen whether the mission will proceed as planned, but it holds promise for the future of cryptocurrency in space exploration.

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