Tesla starts accepting dogecoin for some merch, sending the meme coin surging
TeslaCEO Elon Muskannounced last month the company will let people buy some merch with dogecoin.
- It has started accepting the meme coin for a few merch including the Cyberquad for Kids and the Cyberwhistle.
Tesla has started accepting dogecoin for some merch, a month after CEO Elon Musk first made the announcement.
Dogecoin is the only accepted currency for some products on the Tesla store including the Cyberquad for Kids, which is going for 12,020 doge. Other items payable with doge include the Giga Texas Belt Buckle for 835 doge and the Cyberwhistle for 300 doge. Only the belt is in stock currently.
Musk shared the
Dogecoin spiked on the news, with its price up 16% at around $0.20, according to CoinMarketCap.
Musk is a long-running supporter of dogecoin, a Japanese Shiba Inu-themed
Tesla started accepting bitcoin as payment for its electric cars in March last year but halted the program in May due to concerns about its environmental impact.
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