• Alt coins,  Cryptocurrencies,  People

    Tesla Accepting Dogecoin Payments

    Select Tesla merchandise can be purchased with Doge

    Elon Musk’s tweet Tesla CEO, Elon Musk, continues to keep Dogecoin (DOGE) relevant through his latest announcement. On Friday, January 14, Musk tweeted “Tesla merch buyable with Dogecoin”. Following his tweet, DOGE saw a 10% increase in price. Only select items are available for purchase with DOGE, like the Giga Texas Belt Buckle or the Cyberwhistle. This isn’t his first time tweeting about the meme coin; he has announced SpaceX missions to be funded entirely by DOGE. He even has a pet Shiba Inu named Floki, which caused a stir on Twitter, and responded to a tweet about how he could be the world’s first trillionaire by saying “*In Dogecoin”.…

  • robinhood profited dogecoin gamestop
    Alt coins,  Regulation

    Robinhood probably profited from traders ‘protesting with Dogecoin’

    The exchange apparently became the world’s top Dogecoin holder thanks to its users investing in the coin

    When Robinhood temporarily barred its retail customers from buying GameStop stocks, purportedly as a reaction to reddit’s r/WallStreetBets community buying it in an attempt to squeeze out the major hedge funds shorting the video game retailer’s stock, many decided that they would protest by buying Dogecoin instead. However, the plan may have backfired in a big way, according to blockchain analytics firm Elliptic’s chief scientist and co-founder, Tom Robinson.

  • Elon Musk criticize cause crash
    Alt coins,  Bitcoin,  People

    Elon Musk’s tweets caused Bitcoin, DogeCoin surge. Could he cause a crash?

    Elon Musk’s tweets about Bitcoin and Dogecoin may seem like a laughing matter, but a new study raises a serious question: What would happen if he criticized a cryptocurrency?

    The world’s richest man has a rather surreal infatuation with DOGE, a cryptocurrency that was started as a joke between two developers back in December 2013. After removing #bitcoin from his Twitter bio, one of his first tweets after breaking his silence featured a picture of a rocket in front of the moon—followed by one word: “Doge.”