SpaceX’s Starlink Could Prove To Be The Ultimate Elon Musk-Backed Catalyst For $1 DOGE

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When Elon Musk is not running through the six with his woes, he is most likely on Twitter engaging his audience, which has in recent times been increasingly attentive to the Billionaire’s sentiments on crypto.

Musk, who likes to keep his audience guessing before dropping major announcements, was at it again on Sunday, this time hinting on Starlink and SpaceX accepting Dogecoin at some point.

The tweet came from one Johnna Crider, a die-hard supporter of Elon Musk for what she claims theirs is a personal relationship since Musk “helped me when I was homeless and when he found out what I was going thru, he encouraged me.”

Crider tweeted on Sunday asking if SpaceX merchandise store and Starlink, a satellite internet constellation operated by SpaceX can accept Dogecoin. In an almost instant response, Elon Musk replied with a winking face emoji, throwing the tweeps into a frenzy.

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Following Musk’s suggestive reply, various Twitter users including Dogecoin’s co-founder Billy Marcus took to persuading the billionaire into accepting dogecoin for SpaceX merchandise.

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“I wanna buy a model rocket with dog money,” Marcus wrote.

“Word. I wanna pay for a SpaceX tour with dog money,” added Andrew Balogh, a top-rated film and Music producer.

More tweets continued to flow in with others seeking Musk to extend DOGE payments to Tesla’s Cyber truck and its other fleet of e-cars.

While this is huge news to his followers, this is not the first time Musk is throwing such hints. On several occasions, he has shared memes depicting his support for various cryptocurrencies at one time even coming under fire from individuals who claim that he is manipulating the market.

Last month, Tesla started accepting Doge payments for its merchandise, a month after Musk hinted on the plan. That said, although Musk is yet to shed more light on his tweet, his deep support for Dogecoin suggests that a decision to have Starlink and SpaceX start accepting the canine coin might not be that tough after all.

In the meantime, Dogecoin continues to trade in the $0.14 range after losing 80% of its value. For now, traders continue to hold their breath with hopes that the Dogefather will drop the much-awaited bombshell, and hopefully reignite the prospects of DOGE attaining the $1 mark.