Will Elon Musk's Starlink Accept Dogecoin After Tesla?

Will Elon Musk's Starlink Accept Dogecoin After Tesla? - SpaceX Starlink 1200x900 1Earlier last day, in a random exchange on Twitter about Tesla's AI FSD (Tesla shares - ticker TSLA), Elon Musk subtly hinted at Dogecoin's future in Musk's companies. A Twitter user asked Musk if the SpaceX merchandise store and Starlink could accept Dogecoin and that was his response.

Will Starlink start accepting Doge?

In a very subtle and simple way, Musk indicated that there might be a possibility of this happening, as Elon responded with a simple wink.

Now, although Elon Musk is known for being very direct with his answers. So if he's responding with a teasing cryptic message about cryptocurrency that he's been very supportive of, he can be considered optimistically. 

Additionally, enabling Dogecoin payments for the above claims would be no stranger to Musk or the community as Tesla recently began accepting DOGE payments for some of its products.

The cyberwhistle, belt buckle, Tesla mug as well as a kid's ATV called Cybersquad have been listed for DOGE payments. Going from 355 DOGE to 14.135 DOGE for the ATV, Tesla has truly integrated the meme coin.

Additionally, Musk's SpaceX has been positive for Dogecoin for a very long time, as it literally launched a mission to the Moon last year titled "DOGE-1 Mission to the Moon" which is set to be paid for entirely in Dogecoin.

SpaceX's Vice President of Commercial Sales Tom Ochinero said this mission would demonstrate the application of cryptocurrency beyond Earth and at the same time set the foundation for interplanetary commerce.

The launch that was originally slated for Q2022 of this year is keeping the timeline with recent updates indicating a release in March XNUMX.

Thus, by connecting the dots, it is evident that Musk's only other big company would also venture into accepting cryptocurrency sooner or later.

Effect on Dogecoin

Surprisingly, Dogecoin hasn't seen any insane increases yet. The meme coin is painting candles red on both the 2-hour and 4-hour charts, trading at $ 0,1446, adding to the 14,11% drop over the course of the week.

Even though Bitcoin and Ethereum are not trading in green solids, they are still keeping volatility at a low level compared to DOGE.

What do you think of it? Would that be a good push to the top for Doge? But will this meme coin ever reach the value of $ 1? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!