The male grooming brand, Axe, introduced a Dogecoin-themed and “crypto-aromatic,” body spray on Tuesday, which was owned by the firm.
The body spray with the picture of the cartoon Shiba Inu was only offered in limited quantities, and it is no longer available in the United States.
A limited edition dogecoin-themed body spray named “The Dogecan” was given away to 1,000 lucky Americans. The body spray was released by Axe, a Unilever subsidiary that specialises in male grooming goods.
The Dogecan product allegedly contains a “crypto scent” that lasts up to 48 hours. Axe scents are designed for young male consumers.
Axe is branded “Lynx” in China, New Zealand, Ireland, Malta, Australia, and the United Kingdom, therefore the Dogecan product was only available to Americans.
Last week, the official Axe Twitter account teased the dogecoin-themed body spray, and on Monday, the official product was released.
The official Axe Twitter account stated, “Just gonns drop this drop here.” The website’s campaign page currently states that the dogecoin body spray products have all sold out as a result of the tweet.
According to one Twitter user, the “Doge army is so strong that their website is down.” Visitors to Axe’s website are informed that the product has sold out in a hilarious manner.
The Axe Dogecan promotional campaign reads, Much disappointment.” They further added “Sorry, people. All the Dogecans are gone. But we’re still going to the moon.”
Creator of Dogecoin, Billy Markus better known as “Shibetoshi Nakamoto”(as per his twitter handle name) got a printed addition from the company directly. He then flaunts it to his followers on twitter.
All other who grabbed the opportunity to book the limited addition dogecan and got one from the firm directly, flaunted it on the microblogging site.
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