So I mentioned that I was waiting on an email yesterday but it came today. I was waiting on the final design for the logo. What do you think? I’m pretty happy with it. VMKagency.com helped me create it and it’s paid for in Dogecoin!
Be sure to check them out. I have used their services before for a few different projects and they have always given me rockstar service. I highly recommend.
Sadly I still have a day job. I work in Aerospace and Defense as a Non-destructive test (NDT) inspector Level 3 and run the solutions analysis lab. NDT is a method of verifying the structural integrity of critical parts and in the solutions analysis lab, I monitor the chemical concentrations of the processing line (titrations). blah blah blah.That being said our company is involved with some pretty cool projects every once in a while (Nasa, Blue origin, Space X, Boeing etc..) But as of late we have been doing a lot of Space X work.
I am also a Cryptocurrency enthusiast and started buying Dogecoin. You may or may not know that Elon Musk is also very involved with Dogecoin and (because he can) Is launching the Falcon 9 rocket (Launch date is scheduled for JUNE 28th) with cube satellites, and one of the cube sats is the Doge-1 that will orbit the moon collecting data (and is rumored to be a dogecoin node). I feel very proud and honored to be involved in the Space X projects and the history-making event. It is the first space mission paid for entirely with Cryptocurrency ( Proving a use case as a viable currency that is not controlled by banks or governments)
Here is some news snippets …
A SpaceX Falcon 9 Block 5 rocket will launch the DOGE-1 & IM-1/Nova-C payloads from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA.
DOGE-1 Mission to the Moon is a rideshare mission to the Moon completely funded by Dogecoin, thus becoming the first space mission funded by a cryptocurrency. Elon Musk confirmed this news via Twitter. DOGE1 will be a minor 40kg rideshare payload on Intuitive Machines’ IM-1 mission.
The TO2-IM, or Intuitive Machines 1 (IM-1) mission objective is to place a lander, called Nova-C, in the Vallis Schroteri region on the Moon. The commercially built lander will carry five NASA payloads and commercial cargo.
“DOGE-1, a 40-kilogram — roughly 88 pounds — CubeSat that will provide a new use case for cryptocurrencies. The CubeSat will travel to a “stable lunar orbit” in order to obtain lunar-spatial intelligence from sensors and cameras that will be sent back to GEC for analysis.”