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Twitter Integration Puts 62% of Dogecoin Holders Ahead



Twitter Integration Puts 62% of Dogecoin Holders Ahead

Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla and owner of Twitter, has made 62% of Dogecoin (DOGE) investors wealthy amid rumors that the meme token will benefit from Musk’s purchase of Twitter.

Elon Musk, a multibillionaire businessman, changed his Twitter bio to “Chief of Twit” on October 26. He also paid a visit to Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters that day, and on October 28, he officially closed the acquisition as the new owner.

DOGE Price Increased to $0.119

According to CoinGecko, the price of DOGE has increased 98.5% over the last seven days to $0.119 at the time of writing.

According to data from blockchain intelligence platform IntoTheBlock, up to 62% of DOGE holders are “Making Money at Current Price.” This figure surpasses Bitcoin (BTC) holders and Ethereum (ETH), who have respective holdings of 54% and 57%.

The events have also caused DOGE’s market cap to surpass innovative contract platforms Cardano and Solana and move up to the eighth-largest cryptocurrency in the world, according to CoinGecko, with a $16.3 billion market cap.

The connection between Musk’s Twitter acquisition and DOGE’s sharp price increase should not be a shock to anyone since many Dogecoin holders have high expectations for Musk, also known as “The Dogefather,” to incorporate Dogecoin onto Twitter somehow.

Twitter Integration for Dogecoin

Although the “Doge Whisperer” Dogecoin fan page conjectured that a Dogecoin-based tip system could be put in place for well-liked tweets:

Dogecoin integration on Twitter is now a “real possibility,” according to Charles Hoskinson, CEO, and founder of Cardano:

Hoskinson then took things a step further by providing free migration of Dogecoin as a sidechain with embedded intelligent contract functionality to Cardano.

Based on debate around crypto regulation, Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin joined the discussion in a series of Twitter posts.

A Dogecoin-integrated Twitter, in the opinion of Dogecoin enthusiast and cryptocurrency blogger Matt Wallace, would show “what #Dogecoin is capable of,” he said to his 678,400 followers on October 28.

Tesla Started Accepting DOGE as Payment

Tesla started accepting DOGE as payment for goods in January 2022, and Musk has hinted that SpaceX will follow suit in May 2022.

Even though the CEO stated in December 2021 that Dogecoin is “better suited for transactions,” the electric vehicle company started accepting Bitcoin-based car payments in January 2021.