Major League Baseball accepts Dogecoin, this means fans can now use Dogecoin to buy tickets to watch MLB team Oakland Athletics take on the Toronto Blue Jays this month.
Oakland A is offering pairs of plaza infield tickets for 100 Doge from May 3 to May 6. The actual price of these tickets is around $80, but with Doge it will cost the fans around $0.43 today. Go get your to grab a discount of 46% if you prefer using Doge to buy your tickets.
The tickets will be issued digitally via MLB Ballpark App and payment will be accepted through Bitpay.
Join us at the ballpark as the Blue Jays roll into town!
Two-seat pods in the Plaza Infield are available for 100 Dogecoin for the series.
— Oakland A’s (@Athletics) May 3, 2021
Oakland Athletics crypto journey started in March when it first started selling full-season access to six-person suits for 1 BTC. The acceptance of Dogecoin by Oakland Athletics just goes to show the craziness surrounding Dogecoin.
According to CoinGecko, Dogecoin now has a market cap of more than $57 billion to $500 million higher than leading stablecoin Tether’s (USDT) $52 billion capitalizations.
Doge does not hold any intrinsic value, yet it has managed to surpass the market cap of mainstream gains such as Honda Motor Co. at $52.9 billion, Ford Motors at $46 billion, and Twitter at $43 billion.
Earlier Dogecoin founder Billy Markus sold all his Doge stash in 2015, that’s before the cryptocurrency made its presence felt for the equivalent to a used Honda Civic.
Recently Dogecoin prices have surged, further reinforcing the faith of mainstream firms to leverage the use of Doge to promote snacks and confectionery.
Doge coins seem to be on a roll with a nearly 663% rise in 30 days. In the past 24 hours, $11 million worth of Doge has changed hands pushing the prices up 8.7% ie. around $043.