Would Elon Musk Accept Dogecoin Payments For Tesla CyberTruck
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Would Elon Musk Accept Dogecoin Payments For Tesla CyberTruck

With the release of the Tesla CyberTruck, the crypto community on X (formerly Twitter) has been abuzz with possibilities of what this could mean for Dogecoin.

More specifically, if CEO Elon Musk will finally implement Dogecoin payments for Tesla’s vehicles for the first time in history. 

While there have been no official statements regarding this, the DOGE community has dug out some ‘evidence’ that could show that the automobile manufacturer is actually getting ready for DOGE payments.

Dogecoin Appears On CyberTruck Checkout Page

In search of hints that Elon Musk could be getting ready to integrate Dogecoin payments for Tesla’s vehicles, community members have looked at the source code for its website. 

The findings have shown that the electric vehicle manufacturer may in fact be looking toward DOGE payments.

The source code which was shared on X by the @TOPDOGE007 account shows multiple mentions of Dogecoin. These mentions are all in relation to DOGE payments which appear alongside other payment methods such as wire transfer and SEPA.

One community member revealed on X that Dogecoin actually appears more than 50 times on the CyberTruck website source code. 

This has sparked speculation that even though Tesla does not accept DOGE payments for the CyberTruck, it may be getting ready to do so.

Interestingly, Dogecoin is the only mention of any cryptocurrency on the CyberTruck website. It excludes even the likes of Bitcoin which suggests that DOGE payments may be the only form of cryptocurrency payments the company is exploring.

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