Dogecoin: After Tesla, SpaceX will soon accept Dogecoin for the goods

San Francisco: Technology billionaire Elon Musk said his aerospace company SpaceX will accept soon Dogecoin as a payment option for the goods, membership Tesla.

The electric vehicle company has begun to accept the cryptocurrency in January, Teslarati reports.

Musk, an often vocal supporter of some cryptocurrencies, announced on Twitter, reiterating earlier that Tesla merchandise could be bought with the cryptocurrency.

“Tesla merchandise can be bought with Doge, soon SpaceX merchandise too,” Musk wrote on the microblogging site.

Musk, nor SpaceX, have announced a concrete date on which they would begin accepting Dogecoin for merchandise.

Currently, the SpaceX merchandise store still only accepts credit card payments.

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The store items are also listed in dollars only by default in the US, and there are no cryptocurrency conversions or pricing available for any items in the store, the report said.

Musk also said that “maybe someday” Starlink users would be able to pay for their Internet service subscriptions with Doge. Musk didn’t even specify a specific date for this.

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