Elon Musk said SpaceX would put ‘a literal Dogecoin’ on the Moon.
Mr. Musk has a history of launching plans that seem impossible, making it difficult to know whether the SpaceX founder was half- or fully joking.
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SpaceX will put a “literal Dogecoin on the literal moon,” Elon Musk has said in a possible April Fool.
Some wondered if Musk was joking in the light of April Fool’s and his reputation for his verbal remarks, but others, including CNBC space reporter Michael Sheets, told the truth. I suggested that it is very likely that it is.
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“I know it’s April Fool’s Day, but I don’t ask the second question that he means this,” Sheets said. Tweet, Musk replied: “After all, SpaceX’s first payload to get back on track was a cheese ring.” (SpaceX is actually Get the cheese ring on track In 2010, during a test flight of a Dragon cargo spacecraft.)
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Elon Musk has previously suggested that the company send the “silliest thing we can imagine” on another flight – which turned out to be Mr. Musk’s own car, which continues to be in orbit.
Self-proclaimed “Tesla’s techno king,” Musk, 49, is an enthusiastic supporter of cryptocurrencies such as Dogecoin and Bitcoin. February, Tesla Presentation Purchased $ 1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin. A month later, Musk said Tesla would accept it as a vehicle payment.
SpaceX hasn’t made a similar announcement yet.
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This is not the first time Musk has mentioned the existence of Dogecoin on the Moon. In February, Mask tweeted a Shiba Inu meme in a lunar spacesuit with the Dogecoin flag.
The· Dogecoin price Just minutes after Mask’s proclamation, its value rose nearly 30% to $ 0.70, soaring following Mask’s tweet.
It’s unclear if Musk was serious about sending Dogecoin to the moon, but given the lunar exploration plan, the company could do so.
SpaceX is yet to get close to the Moon, but it has plans for its Starship spacecraft to make trips to visit it soon.