Dogebonk is audited by both Certik and Solidity Finance, and its originality seems to be emphasized. Dogebonk's Marketing Director is calling the monthly cryptocurrency an anti-meme coin, which is ironic considering it fuels its target through social spread.
Tesla CEO Musk had promised to send a satellite into space in 2022, fully paid for with Dogecoin. However, Musk's dreams of the first crypto-powered space mission ended in disappointment. Before Dogecoin (DOGE), the Binance Smart Chain (BSC)-based DogeBonk (DOBO) was the first meme coin to go into space.
On December 19, Dogebonk trended on the social media platform Twitter under the hashtag #SorryElon. Meme coin Dogebonk settled on Twitter trends on Dec. 15, with some of its ad campaigns paid for with the project's cryptocurrency DOBO.
One of the Dogebonk developers said, “#SorryElon but we beat #Dogecoin as the first #memecoin in space.” he tweeted.
The Dogebonk community has managed to keep memecoin trending for hours, creating stratospheric hype. In the meme coin project's ad campaigns, the literal meaning of "bonking" was portrayed and the Shiba Inu dog was given an ice hockey stick.
You can also see space memes where Elon Musk is tearful.
The Dogebonk community has launched a “meme coin war” and many ads in major cities against other cryptocurrencies like Shiba Inu and Floki. One of the Dogebonk developers said they "Plan their meme-like advertising drums to be much brighter." However, he added that "Floki's ads have become impossible to approve after receiving so many complaints." The developer says that dogs or baseball bats cannot be included in the ads that have been moved to billboards, so they hide the memes inside the images.
DogeBonk (DOBO) price is also responding to the hype around it by keeping its last 24-hour gains above 10%. DOBO is trading at $0.00000009815 with a market capitalization of $51 million.