After the recent social media frenzy, Twitter was fueled by Elon Musk’s followers getting hyped around the fact that Elon endorses Dogecoin. Many speculated whether this endorsement was just for the laughs or if Elon really holds an amount of Dogecoins, all until recently.
Elon Musk’s teaser patterns are Repeating
Elon Musk’s tweets started as mere jokes, and most of the time he sounded sarcastic when tweeting. In fact, this approach is very common with Elon. Remember when he taunted people about creating a flamethrower? He started by throwing jabs about a very silly idea.
What comes after this silly tweet? A flamethrower made by non-other than that very same guy, who happens today to make those same jokes about holding Dogecoins.
How Much might Elon Musk be holding in Dogecoin?
A recent cryptocurrency enthusiast revealed a Dogecoin wallet that holds around 37 Billion Dogecoins, with a worth of around USD 2.6 Billion. This wallet was seen recently purchasing EXACTLY 28.061971 Dogecoins repeatedly. Does this number seem familiar? Not to you maybe, but for Elon Musk, as this coincides EXACTLY to his date of birth, which is on June 28th, 1971.
Now some of you may say hey, that person might be someone else trying to make people THINK that this wallet is for Elon Musk, hence throwing hidden messages on purpose. Well, if there’s someone out there who is throwing USD 2 Billion just for attention, and benefiting from Dogecoin’s rise, he must be reaaaaally bored.
In all cases, Elon Musk’s recent tweet confirms him buying Dogecoins for his toddler…or was it ALSO banter?
Dogecoin today holds #12 cryptocurrency by largest market capitalization, with a current price of USD 0.07106, and is up 50% in the past 7 days.
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