What is Pigeoncoin & How It Can Be Used

Pigeoncoin (PGN) is an altcoin (cryptocurrency) that was created in 2018.

Pigeons have been the go-to birds when it comes to communicating for thousands of years.

In an era where data is collected and privacy is widely ignored, Pigeoncoin hopes to usher in a new era of secure block-chain based communication.

The Pigeoncoin app will allow secure communication with other trusted parties without fear that your information could be hacked, stolen or used to target you with ads.

The wallet will of course also allow you to send and receive Pigeoncoin tips.

You can find out more about Pigeoncoin here.

Pigeoncoin Value

Currently (as of 21/04/2021) Pigeoncoin is worth $0.000533.

Its value peaked at $0.002277 on November 20th 2019.

Its current market rank is #1291

It currently has a market cap of $3, 982,332.36

You can get up-to-date Pigeoncoin figures on coinmarketcap.

How To Buy Pigeoncoin

Buying altcoins can be tricky (especially if you’ve never done it before.

If you want to buy Pigeoncoin then follow these steps:

  1. Register on Coinbase
  2. Buy bitcoin on Coinbase
  3. Register on Hotbit*
  4. Transfer your Bitcoin from Coinbase to Hotbit
  5. Search Hotbit for PBN/BTC
  6. Fill in the amount you want to buy and click buy.

*You can also use any of the following exchanges to buy Pigeoncoin:

You can mine Pigeoncoin too if that kind of thing appeals to you.

What Can You Actually Use Pigeoncoin For?

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Here at Pigeonpedia we love all things pigeon related (hence we’ve written this article), we’d love to be able to tell you that Pigeoncoin can be used in major pet supply stores to purchase pigeon feed, feeders and even to buy pigeons with however this is not (yet) the case.

At the moment it can be used for tipping friends.

it can also be used to tip us!

That’s right, here at Pigeonpedia we accept Pigeoncoin…so if you found this article useful feel free to send a tip over to our wallet address here:


We’d be extremely grateful!


Dan has been fascinated with pigeons since his youth when he used to feed them breadcrumbs at the local park. With a background in SEO Dan noticed a few years ago that there were very few websites around dedicated to his favorite bird so he set out to change that by starting Pigeonpedia.

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