Spacex and Tesla CEO Elon Musk has once again tweeted in support of dogecoin. He wants the crypto exchange Coinbase to list the cryptocurrency and says he will get a Shiba Inu, the dog breed featured as the face of dogecoin. Meanwhile, the coin’s adoption is growing, advocated by celebrities like Mark Cuban.
Elon Musk Wants Coinbase to List Dogecoin
Elon Musk wants cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase to add dogecoin to its list of supported cryptocurrencies.
A question was directed at Musk on Friday on Twitter about Coinbase listing dogecoin. The user wrote: “Hi Elon, I saw a report that Coinbase was used for the Tesla BTC purchase (nice entry btw). Do you think Coinbase should enable dogecoin on their platform? It would enable many folks to easily access DOGE.” The Spacex CEO simply answered: “Yes” with an exclamation mark.
Coinbase currently does not support dogecoin, a meme coin featuring a Shiba Inu. The crypto exchange is set to go public via a direct listing on Nasdaq. Its valuation jumped to more than $100 billion ahead of the IPO.
On Saturday, Musk tweeted, “Doge day afternoon,” and proceeded to describe the “Origin of Doge Day Afternoon.” The Tesla CEO wrote, “The ancient Romans sacrificed a dogecoin at the beginning of the Doge Days to appease the rage of Sirius, believing that the star was the cause of the hot, sultry weather.”
Why are you so dogematic, they ask … I’m getting a Shiba Inu #resistanceisfutile.
Musk was voted dogecoin …
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