Why Is Kronos Advance Tech Ditching First Bitcoin In Favor of Dogecoin Cash?

April 12, 2021 1:34 pm
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Why Is Kronos Advance Tech Ditching First Bitcoin In Favor of Dogecoin Cash?

Shares of OTC-listed Kronos Advanced Technologies Inc. (OTC:KNOS) are advancing solidly Monday.

What Happened: Kronos, which focuses on its proprietary air movement and purification technology, said it has exchanged its entire holdings in First Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BIT) for 600 million Dogecoin Cash (CRYPTO: DOG).

First Bitcoin, according to Coinmarketcap, is a crypto that users can generate through mining. It is not related to Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC), the most widely traded cryptocurrency.

Kronos said the move toward Dogecoin Cash will help the company participate in its recently formed DogeSPAC at a greater rate than the 20% already earned as the SPAC's sponsor.

In late March, Kronos announced the DogeSPAC that allows Dogecoin (CRYPTO: DOGE) holders to acquire an interest in the SPAC. The SPAC, according to the company, will focus on expanding its existing air purification and digital health improvement technology development and is actively searching for acquisitions in this field.

See also: How to Buy Dogecoin (DOGE)

Kronos revealed at that time it will maintain a 20% interest or $4 million in the SPAC and plans to raise about $100 million of Dogecoin by offering up to 20 million units at a rate of 100 Dogecoin or 2,000 Dogecoin Cash, for one unit of DogeSPAC.

Related Link: How WallStreetBets, Dogecoin And Elon Musk Brought Out The Investor In An 11th Grader From A Remote City In India

Why It's Important: Most cryptocurrencies are on a tear this year, having rallied strongly. Dogecoin has been backed by the likes of Tesla Inc.'s (NASDAQ:TSLA) Elon Musk and has rallied about 1,400% year-to-date.

Dogecoin Cash is a community-driven project created by a group of passionate Dogecoin enthusiasts, with the objective of advancing Dogecoin into the DeFi age with a fixed supply of 128,275,738,389 Dogecoin Cash, according to information available on the project's webpage.

It claims that the crypto is earned by posting on Tipestry and doesn't involve proof-of-concept mining, and is, therefore, environmentally friendly. It is available on Ethereum DeFi apps, including Uniswap.

At last check, Kronos shares were rallying 16.56% to 8.8 cents.

Related Link: Opinion: The Doge Days Are Over. You Invested in Dogecoin, Now What?

(Photo: Dogeloverforever on Wiki Commons)

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