Can I send coins to an email address?
No. Coins exist only in their own network. For example, Dogecoin will exist only in the Dogecoin network, Bitcoins will exist only in the Bitcoin network, etc. Email addresses are completely different from the networks of these coins. You can send Dogecoin only to Dogecoin, Bitcoin to Bitcoin, etc.
In most cases, it is not possible to send coins directly to an email address. Cryptocurrency transactions are recorded on the blockchain, a decentralized public ledger, and require the use of cryptocurrency wallets and addresses to send and receive coins.
However, some wallets and payment gateways offer the ability to send cryptocurrency to an email address by using a feature that generates a unique wallet address associated with the email address. The recipient can then access the cryptocurrency by creating a wallet and entering the unique address.
It's important to note that this method may not be available for all cryptocurrencies or wallets, and it's important to ensure that you are sending funds to the correct email address before initiating the transaction.