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Elon Isn't Joking About Dogecoin

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Elon Musk has been posting Dogecoin memes for over a year.
Like everyone else, I thought they were funny, and that was that.
I didn’t think there was any hidden meaning.
Until now.

Elon isn't kidding about Dogecoin
Elon isn't kidding about Dogecoin
What is Elon up to?
It’s no secret: Elon loves Dogecoin.
He has called Doge “my fav cryptocurrency”, “pretty cool”, “underestimated”, “the people’s crypto”, and “the most fun crypto.”
But are these just words, or is he actually serious?
Well, he’s told us he’s serious.
When I posted on Twitter last week that Elon’s “jokes aren’t just jokes”, “he wants Dogecoin to succeed”, and that he “legitimately sees Dogecoin’s potential as being the leading currency of the internet”, Elon replied and affirmed: “Absolutely.”
Elon confirms that he's not just joking about Dogecoin
Elon confirms that he's not just joking about Dogecoin
Does it get anymore clear than that?
Folks assume that Elon isn’t serious about Dogecoin because Tesla recently bought Bitcoin to add to their balance sheet.
But Elon barked back against that assumption, claiming that “Tesla’s action is not directly reflective of my opinion.”
Elon went on to criticize Bitcoin, calling it “almost as bs as fiat money”, “ancient crypto”, and “arguably deflationary to a fault.”
These are harsh words coming from a renowned engineer with previous digital payments experience.
Elon has made it clear: He didn’t buy Bitcoin, Tesla did.
In fact, Elon bought Dogecoin for his son to hodl.
Actions speak louder than words
Elon Musk
Bought some Dogecoin for lil X, so he can be a toddler hodler
Doge is no longer a stray to the Musk family.
Elon has let Dogecoin into his home.
He even set up Dogecoin mining rigs with his kids.
Elon Musk
@dogecoin I just set up some little Doge mining rigs with my kids. It was fun.
Elon has donated Dogecoin to charity.
These actions represent the practical, personal, and serious application of a financial technology that has the chance to revolutionize the world.
Elon has skin in the game
Elon has skin in the game
Elon has clarified that he is “not an investor.”
If he wants Dogecoin to succeed, it’s not because he wants to profit from it.
It’s because he loves a good joke and genuinely sees Dogecoin as a practical contender to becoming the leading currency of the internet.
A very practical joke
Although created as a joke, Dogecoin is a legitimate cryptocurrency.
The technology is sound.
Perhaps Elon recognizes that Dogecoin is a fun and trendy solution to Bitcoin’s inadequacies.
Elon liked this tweet, potentially sharing his thoughts on Dogecoin's potential
Elon liked this tweet, potentially sharing his thoughts on Dogecoin's potential
The truth is that Bitcoin falters as a currency.
At some point over the last year, Bitcoin went from being the currency of the future to primarily a store of value.
This rebrand looks good on paper, and it’s made a lot of folks rich, but it strips Bitcoin of its intrinsic value.
Dogecoin, on the other hand, is designed to be spent.
It’s cheap, there’s plenty of it, and it inflates at a reduced rate each year, encouraging spending and discouraging hoarding.
Dogecoin puts the “cash” in “peer-to-peer electronic cash system.”
It works best as a currency, and the internet needs a currency.
There's a grain of truth in every joke
Elon posted a meme last year about how Dogecoin’s toppling of the global financial system was “inevitable”.
He doubled down on this joke in a Clubhouse discussion on January 31st, saying that we may see Dogecoin’s rise because “fate loves irony” and “the most entertaining outcome is the most likely.”
Elon teases that the most entertaining outcome for Dogecoin is most likely
Elon teases that the most entertaining outcome for Dogecoin is most likely
Everyone loves a good joke, and Elon is no exception.
In fact, he has a habit of seeing jokes through to their logical conclusion.
He named one of his companies “The Boring Company.”
He commercialized “S3xy short shorts” to mock hedge funds.
He’s sold a range of gag-products like “Not a Flamethrower” and “Teslaquila.”
He’s released meme music, debuting a Harambe tribute song on his record label “Emo G Records”.
Elon even named his son X Æ A-12.
He’s joking, but he’s not.
The fulfillment of the joke is the ultimate punchline.
Dogecoin would be Elon’s greatest comedy act yet: Memeing an ironic dog-themed cryptocurrency to becoming the digital monetary standard, establishing himself as a master of memes and a paragon of influence.
Elon Musk
Who controls the memes,
controls the Universe
Elon has massive incentive for Dogecoin to succeed.
He would be responsible for orchestrating Dogecoin’s rise to the forefront of digital civilization, which would be the greatest meme of all time.
Being linked in this way with money is invaluable.
It provides influence, power, and philanthropic authority.
Elon is setting the stage for the seemingly impossible, puppeteering a parody worthy of the global theatre.
Dogecoin's divine comedy
With Elon’s words and actions aligned in the direction of Dogecoin’s success, Dogecoin’s best punchline may be yet to come.
Dogecoin’s metamorphosis from being the alt-coin laughingstock of the world to becoming a formidable rival to top cryptocurrencies would establish its place in comedy legend lore.
The Dogecoin Show is still reaching its crescendo, and its main character may have the last laugh after all.
If it’s true that fate loves irony and the most entertaining outcome is the most likely, then the future is looking much wow for Elon Musk and Dogecoin hodlers worldwide.
Elon isn’t joking.
Well, he is, but that’s the point.
Elon is the good shepherd, herding Doge to global acceptance in the name of Irony
Elon is the good shepherd, herding Doge to global acceptance in the name of Irony
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Disclosure: I currently own some Dogecoin and Bitcoin. At the time of posting, Dogecoin is around $0.054 per coin.
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