Dogecoin community comes together to help victims of the Christmas hack

Dogecoin was hacked for the first time on Christmas with millions of Dogecoins being stolen. While the value of the Dogecoins stolen was only about $12,000, it was still money that people spent a lot of time and effort acquiring. Fortunately, the community has come together to raise enough money to reimburse the victims of the hack.

Users of the half-serious virtual currency Dogecoin are raising 30 million coins, worth about $13,545, in order to reimburse victims of a massive Christmas heist. Two days ago, hackers broke into two major wallets, Dogewallet and Instadoge, and made off with dogecoins belonging to “shibes,” the community’s term for Dogecoin users.

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