- The Dogecoin community eagerly anticipates the integration of DOGE on Twitter’s X platform, with a recent survey indicating widespread enthusiasm for using cryptocurrency in payments and tipping.
- Elon Musk’s plan to introduce peer-to-peer payments on X adds to the excitement, aligning with his vision of enhancing the platform’s utility and opportunities for commerce.
In a recent social media survey conducted by the Dogecoin-themed account @dogeofficialceo on X/Twitter, the Dogecoin community has expressed overwhelming enthusiasm for using DOGE in payments and tipping on the platform. The survey aimed to gauge the readiness of Dogecoin fans to adopt the cryptocurrency on Twitter, particularly if it were to be integrated by Elon Musk, the owner of X.
Would you use Dogecoin on 𝕏? 🐶🪙 pic.twitter.com/bjPayw1NXH— Sir Doge of the Coin ⚔️ (@dogeofficialceo) January 17, 2024
Responses flooded in, indicating a resounding “yes” from the Dogecoin community. Many supporters expressed their willingness to embrace DOGE transactions on the platform, with some suggesting the integration of wallets as a means to facilitate seamless transactions.
The surge in interest among Dogecoin enthusiasts comes in the wake of recent speculations about Elon Musk’s plan to introduce peer-to-peer payments on X. A recent official blog post from X announced the upcoming implementation of P2P payments, aiming to enhance the platform’s utility and provide new opportunities for commerce.
This move aligns with Musk’s vision for X as an “everything app,” following his acquisition of Twitter in a $44 billion deal in October 2022.
Elon Musk has been an avid supporter of Dogecoin, emphasizing its suitability for everyday transactions compared to Bitcoin. Before acquiring X, Musk had consistently voiced his interest in integrating DOGE as a means of payment on Twitter, given his fondness for the meme-inspired cryptocurrency.
While Musk has not officially confirmed the integration of DOGE on X, his affinity for Dogecoin and frequent meme postings on his X page keep the community optimistic about the possibility. Musk has clarified that none of his companies, including X, will be creating a native cryptocurrency, dispelling rumors of an “X coin” launch.
In parallel developments, Whale Alert, a blockchain sleuth, reported significant Dogecoin transactions. An anonymous buyer withdrew 67,903,623 DOGE from Robinhood in the past 24 hours, following a substantial transfer of 990,000,000 DOGE earlier in the week. These transactions, coupled with the Dogecoin community’s eagerness for integration on X, reflect the continued vibrancy and activity surrounding this meme-inspired cryptocurrency.
As the Dogecoin army awaits official confirmation, the community remains hopeful that Elon Musk’s vision for a more utility-driven X will include the widespread use of DOGE for payments and tips on the social media platform.