Elon Musk tries to manipulate Dogecoin’s price again but fails
What looked like a new attempt to raise the price of the Dogecoin cryptocurrency, Elon Musk’s tweet in Friday morning (02) accompanied by a meme had no effect on the currency, which rose at the time of the post less than half penny, then fall again, as shown by CoinMarketCap.
In the meme — which suggests an intimate group meeting, the entrepreneur wrote the words “Dogecoin” and “Polytopia”.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 2, 2021
Anyone following the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX on Twitter knows that Dogecoin has become one of Elon Musk’s favorite currencies in recent months after he took a break from promoting bitcoin (BTC); or because of the billion-dollar purchase of Tesla or because of user reviews that call him a manipulator.
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As for the term ‘Polytopia’, it is also known that it is Musk’s preferred strategy game, according to information from the GameSpot website, and that it can even be played “in a group” and also in Tesla’s electric cars. But what did the entrepreneur mean anyway?
The meme shows an environment that suggests it is a hotel room. In the image there are four people; one man and three women. Two of them caress each other, while another appears to be preparing to advance on the boy, who in turn doesn’t seem interested—he smiles at a notebook screen. Musk then suggests that the man is happy to see a rising cryptocurrency chart.