Congratulations to all our new Certified Dogecoin Professionals
- 52 people participated
- 28 Doge Professionals
- 8 countries
- 12 exam failures :(
CDP Certificate Blank
For everyone who passed the exam, and for everyone else who didn't get a chance to participate in our lighthearted April Fool's prank, here's a link to the blank Certified Dogecoin Professional certificate so you can fill it out yourself: https://cryptoconsortium.org/dogecertblank.pdf
We recommend using Comic Sans MS when filling it out for that authentic feel.
Our prank got quite a lot of interest from the cryptocurrency community. Here are a few tweets shared by our friends on Twitter:
Anyone notice the new #dogecoin certification offered by @_CFour_ today? https://t.co/0frsxINE4s ;)— Christie Harkin (@cryptowords) April 1, 2016
Although becoming a Certified Dogecoin Professional could boost the resume a bit.https://t.co/uonL3pRHfN#Bitcoin— Bryce Weiner (@BryceWeiner) April 1, 2016
Hedging my career bets via @_CFour_ in case Bitcoin goes bust. https://t.co/BQ8T20k48c— Jameson Lopp (@lopp) April 1, 2016
Thanks to all who helped!
First off, we'd like to thank the Dogecoin community including Ross Nicoll. Despite this being a joke, Dogecoin is a fun and relevant part of the cryptocurrency space that we all love here at C4. One of our directors, Vitalik Buterin, has famously said his favourite cryptocurrency is Dogecoin.
Next, we'd like to thank our designer, Brad Johnson who created the awesome CDP Badge and the certificate blank. If you're ever looking for quality design work, send a tweet to @thedevilsrobot
Next, we'd like to thank our web application developer Jon Salis from Functional Imperative for his assistance.
Finally, yet-another set of thanks to the directors at C4. Each one of them helped craft the dogecoin exam and helped organize everything.
We hope you enjoyed out lighthearted joke. If you don't know who we are, you might be interested to learn about the Certified Bitcoin Professional (CBP), the CryptoCurrency Security Standard (CCSS), or The Blockchain Training Conference (BTC Toronto 2016).