DOGE-1 Moon Mission to Lift Off in 2024: SpaceX Announces Launch Date

DOGE-1 Moon Mission to Lift Off in 2024: SpaceX Announces Launch Date

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/ Excitement soars as SpaceX confirms DOGE-1 Moon Mission launch in 2024. Follow the journey of Dogecoin to space, sparking a surge in Satellite Doge-1 token value.

Author: Nilesh Hembade.

Updated on: 19 Dec 2023, 16:32 PM IST

Ads the much anticipated launching of DOGE-1 Mission is coming near, the DOGE-1 Meme token’s price has been skyrocketed.

The memetoken Satellite Doge-1 Mission experienced a substantial surge in price today. The Satellite Doge-1 Mission (DOGE-1) token recorded an impressive +581.27% increase in value within a single day, currently trading at 0.009782, as per coinmarketcap.

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Source: Coinmarketcap

What is DOGE-1?

DOGE-1 is a community owned ERC20 meme token, inspired by recent advancements in space exploration of the DOGE-1 Mission which is fully paid in $DOGE.

The DOGE-1 moon mission has been confirmed and scheduled to take off on January next year. The green light was granted by the Federal Communications Commission under file number 0083-EX-CN-2022, with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) simultaneously issuing the formal license for Doge-1. Stringent adherence to specified criteria was crucial for securing the approval, all documented under the same file number.

Despite enduring nearly two years of setbacks, the Nova-C/IM-1 launch, encompassing the deployment of the DOGE-1 Cubesat carrying Dogecoin, is now on track. Recent reports confirm that the necessary regulatory hurdles have been overcome, signaling a clear path forward for the innovative mission.

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The crypto community, eagerly anticipating this landmark mission, has been on edge awaiting updates on the progress. The frequent postponements by SpaceX have only intensified the anticipation surrounding the deployment of DOGE-1 and its ambitious mission to the moon

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