Tesla CEO Elon Musk has come up with a ridiculous Dogecoin feature for Tesla but shared somewhat sarcastic view of Bitcoin

Today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk continuously tweets about cryptocurrency. First, he comes up with a ridiculous Dogecoin feature for his e-car giant. He then shared a somewhat sarcastic view of Bitcoin, arguing that DOGE could be a worthy competitor to BTC.

Elon Musk jokes About Tesla adding Dogecoin feature and Bitcoin satire

A Twitter account called “Sir Doge of the Coin” posted a meme mentioning Bitcoin, DOGE, and the rest of the top 10 cryptocurrencies in the market. The meme shows an image that Bitcoin (possibly referring to BTC holders) is upset upon realizing that Dogecoin is still on the top 10 list of digital assets.

And Musk expressed his attitude with an emoticon called ROFL – Rolling On Floor Laughing means the symbol or symbol of rolling laughter, or laughing loudly. This seems to be a concurrence or somewhat ironic attitude towards Bitcoin. Musk’s attitude towards the market-leading cryptocurrency is also difficult to say. At times he expressed support, other times argued that Bitcoin is worse than Dogecoin due to environmental issues, even though both coins mined using the high-energy-consuming Proof-of-Work algorithm.

Musk has joked about Tesla cars rendering Dogecoin when they see Shiba Inu dogs

Earlier today, Musk published a tweet, joking that Tesla should add a feature that would enable it to render a Dogecoin every time it sees a Shiba Inu dog.


Source: Twitter

While some debate whether Musk is reaffirming his support for DOGE or embracing its fearsome rival, SHIB, others argue that Tesla could start mining the joke cryptocurrency.

The idea may seem pointless, but let’s not forget Spiritus, a tricycle designed by Daymak, a Tesla competitor, has started mining Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum with a prototype to cater to the crypto community.

In late May, as AZCoin News reported, Musk also supported the idea of creating a hot tub that would be powered by Dogecoin mining.

Additionally, in another tweet, Musk also confirmed that his and Grimes’ son X Æ A-12, born in May 2020, is in fact one of the largest Dogecoin whales. Because Musk revealed that he had bought DOGE for his “toddler hodler” back in February.

But don’t worry, because when X Æ A-12 starts to know about cryptocurrency and sell coins, it will probably be a few years. And even though DOGE has corrected 72% from the peak of May 8, it still holds the top 8 positions on CoinMarketCap rankings.

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