Oscar Mayer Is Auctioning a 10-Pack of Dogecoin-Themed Hot Dogs, Proceeds Go to Hunger-Relief Charity

After a great number of well known product brands like Burger King, Axe, Snickers, Milky Way, and Slim Jim have been riding the dogecoin hype, the American meat and cold cut manufacturer ​​Oscar Mayer has also jumped on the dogecoin bandwagon. Similar to Axe, Oscar Mayer has also created a dogecoin-centric product and is auctioning a “10-pack of weenies” that features the famous Shiba Inu.

A 10-Pack of Doge-Themed Weenies

Oscar Mayer is a well known hot dog and cold cuts as the Kraft Heinz-owned firm has been around for years. In fact, the Mayer brothers started crafting bratwurst, liverwurst, and weisswurst products back in 1883. In recent times the Chicago-based company’s official Twitter account has been tweeting about the notorious crypto-asset dogecoin (DOGE).

The company has joined a number of well known brands getting in on the dogecoin hype. Just recently Axe released a limited edition Dogecan “crypto scented” body spray and a few Burger King locations in Brazil came out with a dogecoin-themed dog biscuit for pets.

Recently, the male grooming products manufacturer Axe and the fast-food chain Burger King in Brazil released limited edition dogecoin-themed products.

The hot dog company Oscar Mayer has also crafted a dogecoin-centric product and the firm is auctioning a 10-pack of hot dogs that feature the Shiba Inu image. Oscar Mayer says the package also comes with the cash equivalent for 20,000 DOGE as well and there’s only one for the taking.

On Friday, August 6, 2021, the 10-pack of DOGE-themed hot dogs has a current bid of around $13,100 for the product. According to Oscar Mayer, the dogecoin-centric pack of hot dogs is very scarce as the company only made one.

The company’s Twitter account said that proceeds from the Ebay auction will be given to, a U.S. hunger-relief charity.

“We’re back and this time with [$] even more [$] much wow. This limited-edition pack of Hot Doge Wieners now comes with the cash value of 20,000 DOGECOINS. Only one pack exists though,” Oscar Mayer tweeted on Thursday. The tweet also leads to an Ebay auction URL which shows there’s two days left to bid on the 10-pack of Oscar Mayer wieners. At the time of writing, the highest bid for the package of hot dogs is $13,100. The Ebay description says:

Very meat. So wiener. Much taste. Keep It Oscar, on your trip to the moon and help a good cause at the same time with this one-of-a-kind 10-pack of weenies. The winner of this auction won’t just receive the only pack of Oscar Mayer Hot Doge Wieners in the world, but also enough cash to purchase 20,000 dogecoins. All proceeds will be donated to Feeding America. Good luck and #DoOnlyGoodEveryday!

The Oscar Mayer Hot Doge Wiener package auction ends on August 8th, 2021 and the highest bidder will get the 10-pack and the “cash equivalent to purchase twenty-thousand (20,000) dogecoin.” According to the Ebay auction listing, the dogecoin (DOGE) cash equivalent will be “based on the value of twenty-thousand (20,000) dogecoin at auction close.”

What do you think about the 10-pack of Oscar Mayer Hot Doge Wiener auction on Ebay? Let us know what you think about this subject in the comments section below.

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