In December of 2013, Dogecoin took the crypto-community by storm, tethering a popular meme to an altcoin. This year, Rare Pepe assets are bringing the meme enthusiasm back, and Pepes are in high demand.
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What Happens When You Mix Rare Pepe Assets With Blockchain Technology
Pepe the Frog is a very popular meme created by Matt Furie in 2005. Over time, Furie’s drawing has gained significant virality. The meme is consistently shared throughout Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and 4chan, becoming one of the most trendy memes to date. Now, thanks to the Bitcoin and Counterparty communities, people can trade and own the first truly rare Pepes.
Rare Pepes are cards depicting the infamous frog, traded as XCP assets over the Bitcoin blockchain much like Spells of Genesis cards. Since the inception of the Rare Pepe