Emmy-winning Producer TJ Allard Now Part of Dogearmy
Celebrities are getting involved in crypto, and it doesn’t look like that’ll stop anytime soon. Going by his comment under Billy Markus’s post, it appears that Emmy-winning executive producer TJ Allard is now part of the Dogecoin Army.
Allard is a Dogearmy Member
The two-time Emmy Winner responded to Billy Markus’s tweet of “dogecoin” with “Did someone say dogecoin?”
Did someone say dogecoin?
— TJ Allard (@TjAllard) February 3, 2022
While this doesn’t provide a sufficient explanation about Allard’s involvement with Dogecoin, it’s a sign that the celebrity producer is a member of the Dogearmy.
For those who don’t know, Billy Markus is the co-founder of Dogecoin and has been one of the most active advocates for the meme coin in recent times. His Twitter page also provides regular updates on development within the Doge community.
On his part, TJ Allard is an executive producer with credits such as Open House, The Secret of Skywalker Ranch, Combat Jump, 1st Look, and more to his name. He’s also an actor and entrepreneur and has won two Emmys for his production work on The Secret of Skywalker Ranch.
This isn’t the first time he would be making comments on crypto-related matters. The film executive recently said that the authors of the song “Here Comes Another Bubble Song” should make another version that’ll be more relatable to the crypto and NFT industry.
Another Celebrity Support Could Boost Doge
Another celebrity support would be good for Dogecoin as it struggles to become more relevant and mainstream. Other meme coins have emerged since Dogecoin broke into public consciousness through Elon Musk. But it remains the most popular and valuable.
Recently, Tesla announced that it’d start accepting Dogecoin for some of its merchandise. While all these have helped Dogecoin’s growth, it remains far below its all-time high from last year.
The token currently trades at $0.1368, an 81% drop from its all-time high of $0.73 reached last May.
This article was originally posted on FX Empire
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