Kabosu, Dogecoin Mascot Died on May 24, 2024

NewYork – Dogecoin confirmed the death of Kabosu, the beloved dog who was the face of the popular cryptocurrency. According to the post on page X, Kabosu died peacefully on May 24 at 7:50 am local time.

“Today Kabosu, a friend and inspiration to our community, passed away peacefully. The impact this one dog had on the entire world is immeasurable. “He was a creature who only knew happiness and unlimited love,” wrote the announcement of Kabosu’s death, quoted from Bitcoinist, Friday (24/5/2024).

Kabosu, a Shiba Inu who became an internet sensation for his distinctive alert and charming expression, captured in a photo by his owner. This image later became Dogecoin’s iconic face, symbolizing the playful spirit of the digital currency that was originally created as a joke or meme.

“Please keep his spirit and that of his family in your hearts, and most importantly take him with you as your story continues. We are all lucky that he has touched and shaped our story. Thank you,” added the post.

Kabosu’s likeness helped fuel the rise of meme-based Dogecoin, which later grew into a significant player in the cryptocurrency community. The official blog post shared by Dogecoin tells of the calm moments leading up to Kabosu’s death.

“Last night as usual, [Kabosu] ate rice and drank lots of water too. “From the window, soft light shone in, outside the window the birds were singing in the beautiful morning, while I was stroking him like he was sleeping, he died peacefully,” the announcement read.


Adopted by a Kindergarten Teacher

The blog also highlights the deep bond between Kabosu and its owner, who expresses deep gratitude to everyone who has loved Kabosu over the years.

Kabosu was adopted by Japanese kindergarten teacher Atsuko Sato from a pet shelter in 2008, after being rescued from a puppy mill. His calm and slightly amused expression in a 2010 photo posted online caught the attention of netizens, causing widespread circulation of the meme.

The popularity of the meme ultimately inspired the creation of Dogecoin in December 2013. Dogecoin’s founders, Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer, chose Kabosu’s image for their new cryptocurrency’s logo to reflect its fun and friendly ethos, a stark contrast to Dogecoin’s more serious tone. other cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

High Growth

Dogecoin has recorded significant growth, both in value and in its community, with Kabosu’s image at the forefront, symbolizing the imagination and unexpected success of the digital currency. The Dogecoin community has expressed extensive condolences. Sato announces a farewell party.

“We will be holding a farewell party for Kabo-chan on Sunday, May 26th. “It will be held at Flower Kaori in Kotsu no Mori, Narita City, from 1 pm to 4 pm (local time).”

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