Dogecoin Declined, And the “DOGE Car” Had An Accident at NASCAR – Is This a Coincidence?

Over the weekend, a Dogecoin-sponsored Chevrolet Camaro race car crashed into a wall on lap 70 during the NASCAR Xfinity Series Race in Nashville.

Fans of the meme cryptocurrency on Twitter actively discussed the upcoming races under the hashtag #dogecar and published its photo.

But, contrary to the optimism of the fans, Dogecar not only finished last, It also had an accident.

Apparently, the fans should have taken what happened as a sign. Dogecoin fell another 14% over the weekend. And over the past two weeks, DOGE has lost 30%.

This is not the first time that a picture of a Shiba Inu has flashed on a NASCAR racing car. In 2014, driver Josh Wise raced in Phil Parsons Racing in a DOGE car numbered 98.

Before the race, he raised $ 55,000 in DOGE donations on Reddit to fund his participation.

This time at the races in Nashville, the car was piloted by Stefan Parsons, whose father owned the DOGE car racing team in 2014.

Now DOGE is racing not only on the auto track. Crypto exchange BitMEX has announced its intention to send physical Bitcoin coins to the moon before Elon Musk sends Dogecoin there.

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