Fans can now use Dogecoin to purchase tickets for MLB Oakland Athletics as they meet the Toronto Blue Jays this month.
The team, also known as Oakland A’s, is offering a couple of 100 DOGE tickets from May 3-6. Fans will be able to get a 46% discount if they buy tickets to Doji.
The team accepts Bitpay payments and issues tickets digitally through the MLB Ballpark app.
The Oakland Athletics, featured at the 2011 box office and in the real-life history of Moneyball, first became active on the crypto room in March after it began selling full seasonal access to suits for six people for 1 BTC.
The Doge’s adoption of athletics is further evidence of the ever-growing obsession with Dogecoin. According to CoinGecko, Doge is now valued at over $ 57 billion – $ 500 million more than the leading stable currency (USDT) capitalization of $ 52 billion.
While it certainly has no intrinsic value, Doge has surpassed the market value of conventional giants like Honda Motor Corporation to $ 52.9 billion, Ford Motors to $ 46 billion, and Twitter to $ 43 billion.
Ironically, before Dogecoin became a mainstream cult, Dogecoin founder Billy Markus sold his entire Dogestash in 2015 for the equivalent of a used Honda Civic.
Dogecoin’s price has skyrocketed this month, possibly due to a number of random companies looking to exploit the iconic DOGE niche to sell snacks and sweets. DOGE is up 663% in the past 30 days.
Doge’s property has been changed by $ 11 million in the past 24 hours, bringing prices up 8.7% to about $ 0.43.