Elon Musk Suggests Making Dogecoin a Payment Option for Twitter Blue Service
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has actively been engaging Twitter’s users over potential enhancements to the social media platform since taking the role. The company has a stake of 9.2% and promises “significant improvements.”
One of the ideas he’s discussed on Twitter is the authentication checkmark. Musk suggested that anyone who joins Twitter Blue and pays $3 a month should get an authentication checkmark.
Tesla’s boss responded to a user asking for the fee to be lower in Argentina since an entire family eats for $3 there. According to him, it “should be proportionate to affordability & in local currency. ” In addition, he suggested that an alternative way of playing could be “to pay in doge.”
Twitter Blue subscription service launched last year in June. It is currently released in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
As For Twitter Blue, which comes with an authentication checkmark, the SpaceX boss pointed out: “Price should probably be about $2/month, but paid 12 months upfront & account doesn’t get a checkmark for 60 days (watch for CC chargebacks) & suspended with no refund if used for scam/spam.”
Musk also said that the authentication checkmark “should be different from [a] ‘public figure’ or ‘official account’ checkmark.”
Tesla CEO Steven Tesla’s proposed DOGE payment has raised bitcoin prices. AT the time of his tweet, DOGE was trading at $0.144240. It has risen 8.45% to $0.156430 at the time of writing.
Elon Musk is happy to see his support for their coin once again, citing it as ultra bullish. As a result, Tesla’s executive is sometimes called the Dogefather in crypto.
He previously stated that he owns bitcoin (BTC), ether (ETH), and dogecoin (DOGE), noting that he will not sell his coins. He posted a dogecoin video that explained everything.
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