Dogumentary to hit the streaming sites soon. The creative team gears up to celebrate the
17-year-old dog’s legacy by launching an exciting film with the Dogecoin rise community.
Over the past decade, Kabosu has not only inspired a cryptocurrency with a market capitalization of $11.6 billion but has also become a symbol of life philosophy. It even sparked a holy pilgrimage to Japan.
According to resources, Dogumentary explores the cultural impact of Kabosu in the world of memes and cryptocurrencies.
Renowned filmmaker Lisa Thompson will direct the upcoming film. Her other well-known works include Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) and Peter Rabbit (2018).
The film expects to provide a unique and entertaining perspective on the phenomenon that Kabosu has become. It will also shed light on the story behind the meme and its influence on popular culture.
Since its creation, Dogecoin has gained a dedicated and passionate community of supporters who have embraced its irreverent and humorous nature.
The cryptocurrency has also gained attention for its wild price fluctuations. Its value was also seen surging at times and capturing the attention of mainstream media and investors alike.
What started as a joke quickly gained traction online, and a community of dedicated supporters formed around Dogecoin.
The cryptocurrency gained a following for its playful and irreverent nature, and its community enthusiastically embraced its meme-inspired origins. Dogecoin’s value, initially considered negligible, started to soar, capturing the attention of mainstream media and investors.
One of the aspects that makes Dogecoin unique is its passionate community, known as “Shibes,” who have embraced cryptocurrency’s playful and inclusive nature.
The ‘Dogumentary’ film will provide an in-depth look into the community around Dogecoin, showcasing the creativity, humor, and camaraderie that have fueled its rise.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has shown support for Dogecoin multiple times through his social media presence. Musk has tweeted about Dogecoin and shared memes related to the cryptocurrency. This resulted in increased attention and interest in Dogecoin from his large following on platforms like Twitter.
What real-world impact has Dogecoin made?
Dogecoin’s community, “Shibes,” has rallied to make generous donations to various charitable causes. For instance, in 2014, the Dogecoin community raised over $30,000 worth of Dogecoin to sponsor the Jamaican bobsled team’s trip to the Winter Olympics.
Dogecoin’s prominence has also raised awareness and educated many people about cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology.
The Dogecoin community organizes various events, such as “Dogecoin” conferences and meetups. The aim is to bring together like-minded individuals interested in Dogecoin and cryptocurrency.
As per Treedog, the project has garnered support from Jim Toth, a renowned talent agent, producer, and recent ex-husband of actress Reese Witherspoon.
Additionally, Arthur Jones, the director of the documentary “Feels Good Man,” and documentary filmmaker Evan Rosenfeld, are also part of the team, according to Treedog.
The creative team wants to attract a significant film distributor like Netflix and Hulu or streaming giants like Amazon Prime Video.