The time it takes to mine a single unit of Dogecoin depends on the mining rig set up and on what you are willing to spend on electricity. The more electricity your rig uses, the more Dogecoin you can generate per hour – but also the more money you can expect to spend each month on your power bill.
You can mine Dogecoin with just a CPU and without expensive graphics cards. This is a good thing, because graphics cards are usually more expensive than CPUs.
The time it takes to mine Dogecoin depends on the hashrate that your CPU provides and the current complexity level which is set by the network. The faster the clock speed, the faster you will mine Dogecoin.
Dogecoin uses a algorithm of mining called Proof-of-Work. Miners compete to verify transactions in blocks which reward 10,000 DOGE. There’s one block mined per minute and each block is worth $2200 at the moment.
It’s not possible to mine just 1 Dogecoin, since the rewards are fixed at 10,000 DOGES per block.
To get 1 DOGE from a mining pool, you need to contribute at least 0.01% of the total hashrate. You might even need to contribute more depending on your fees.