Dogecoin's (DOGE) iOS-based wallet application, MyDoge Wallet, has been officially launched. MyDoge Wallet has been released for iOS users and the gospel was given by the co-founder himself.

In the statement made by Shibetoshi Nakamoto, it was stated that this Dogecoin (DOGE) application was designed only for iOS, and it was emphasized that it was very simple to use.

   "MyDoge is a free, secure, surveillance-free social wallet for Dogecoin. Our mission is to increase the number of daily Dogecoin transactions by creating a community for Dogecoin enthusiasts to explore the Dogecoin universe and connect/meet with friends. With MyDoge you can safely buy, send, receive and receive your Dogecoin. You can hide."

Billy Markus also stated that this is a non-custodial wallet where users can store their Dogecoins (DOGE) themselves. The wallet app was not developed directly by the Dogecoin team, but instead by an independent team of trusted developers. According to a post shared by the MyDoge Wallet team, transfers can be made to this application from any cryptocurrency exchange or cryptocurrency wallet. This includes of course the popular Robinhood and the leading cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase. Users will be able to use it not only on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch devices, but also on Apple macbooks with M1 processors. Thus, Dogecoin has officially received the expected iOS application.

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The Dogecoin wallet named MyDoge has an app size of 47.6 MB. Dogecoin (DOGE) was not affected much in terms of price. DOGE, which has been following a fluctuating price line since the beginning of the week, went up to $0.13 in the middle of the week, but fell back to $1.12 with a correction. As of writing the news, DOGE is trading at $0.1243, according to CoinMarketCap data.