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My public Dogecoin address is: DM5GXRCXAF8BzCNC5Di8pcmZGity23pvc7
There's a web site called "DogeChain.info" which provides a lot of interesting information about Dogecoins. My Dogecoin address, and its history of transactions, can be viewed, here: https://www.dogechain.info/address/DM5GXRCXAF8BzCNC5Di8pcmZGity23pvc7
The open source software I chose to use to create and manage my Dogecoin wallet - MultiDoge - stores all the data on my local computer instead of depending on a third-party (such as a web site) because I think it's important to have full control over financial instruments (like currency) which belong to me. If you choose to do the same (and I recommend it as the better option), then make sure you have backups and that you store them in separate locations in case your primary location is damaged or destroyed.
The open source Dogecoin wallet software that I selected can be downloaded from here: http://www.multidoge.org/
If you're new to cryptographic currencies, Dogecoin can be a wonderful one to start with because there are many helpful folks in the various online Dogecoin communities who seem to be willing to give small amounts of Dogecoin away which makes it possible to at least experiment and practice with the withdrawal and deposit functions (so that you can gain experience with cryptocurrency transactions).
Although I've encountered many folks who believe that Dogecoin has a bright future (as well as many who are pessimistic), I found this Reddit post from 2017-Sep-04 about Dogecoin entitled "11 reasons why I think Doge has a bright future" to be an interesting read: https://www.reddit.com/r/dogecoin/comments/6xuths/11_reasons_why_i_think_doge_has_a_bright_future/
The post's author finalized their list with a tongue-and-cheek invitation to "Feel free to bust my knee caps if you disagree," which serves as an example of some of the humour that I regularly encounter from various participants in most Dogecoin communities.
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