Baby Doge Coin Will Appear on NASCAR Xfinity Series

The newly launched cryptocurrency Baby Doge Coin will make its debut on NASCAR this Saturday. The professional racer Brandon Brown will drive his No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro, branded with the asset’s symbol.

Baby Doge on the Runway

The fans of the recently launched digital asset – Baby Doge Coin – will have the chance to see the image of their token branded on Brandon Brown’s car during the 115th edition of the NASCAR Xfinity Series in Atlanta, Georgia. The American racer announced the news earlier this week:

“This weekend, we’re proud to welcome Baby Doge Coin aboard our No. 68 Chevrolet Camaro as the newest partner of Brandonbilt Motorsports. The car looks awesome and I can’t wait for everybody to see it on track this weekend.”

Brown reminded that BABYDOGE is a brand new cryptocurrency created to save as many dogs as possible. He noted that since the birth of the virtual asset at the beginning of June, its supporters donated nearly $100,000 to help save animals’ lives and thus making it the first “dog-charity cryptocurrency.”

Per its Twitter account, the token has nearly 400,000 holders and 120,000 followers. The racer admitted he is an animal lover and described himself as one of the asset’s supporters:

“Being a dog owner and animal lover myself, I’m very excited about this partnership and the meaning behind Baby Doge Coin’s initiatives.”

Elon Musk’s New Baby

The newly launched cryptocurrency recently caught the attention of Tesla’s CEO – Elon Musk. The billionaire, who kept a low profile for a while, came back with a tweet containing the words “Baby” and “Doge.”

After his post, many expected to see a spike in the fiat currency price of Dogecoin. Instead, it turned out that Musk had DOGE’s baby in mind – Baby Doge Coin.

In a matter of minutes, the dollar value of the digital asset increased by nearly 90%. Back then, it traded at $0.000000001937, which was a weekly increase of over 700%. Moreover, BABYDOGE was just 5% away from breaking its ATH record marked on June 24th.

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