Tesla CEO Musk launched a poll on Twitter, asking users if they want Tesla to accept Dogecoin as a new payment method? The poll results show that 79% of people support Dogecoin payment. Dogecoin then pulled up short-term, and now the decline has narrowed to 0.7%.
In addition, some netizens also suggested that the cryptocurrency Shib (commonly known as Shiba Coin) should also be used as a means of payment. Tesla bought $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin in February this year and stated that it will begin to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment product in the near future.
Bitcoin has risen in the short-term and even increased daily. The highest is close to 15%, and Tesla’s stock price has also risen and even offset the impact of the joint interview by the five departments.
As of press time, the Dogecoin quotation once rushed to US$0.5467, and then fell slightly, while the Shiba Coin rose by about 32.55%. However, Tesla’s US stock market fell sharply and is now quoted at US$629.04. The specific reason is unknown.
Do you want Tesla to accept Doge?
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 11, 2021