The billionaire behind Tesla is doubling down on his offer to eat Happy Meal on TV if McDonald’s accepts his favorite crypto, Dogecoin (DOGE).
Almost exactly a year ago, Twitter’s current owner Elon Musk told his followers that if Golden Arches accepted DOGE as payment, he would eat one of the iconic burger chain’s kids meals on TV. rice field.
“If McDonald’s accepts Dogecoin, I’ll have a happy meal on TV.”
At the time, McDonald’s jokingly counter-offered that if Tesla accepted “Grimacecoin,” which is not a real cryptocurrency, it would accept DOGE.
A year later, Musk makes the same offer to McDonald’s again. twitter user He is also the UX/UI and graphic designer at Dogecoin.
Is this offer still open? pic.twitter.com/lTE4wdl0jf
—DogeDesigner (@cb_doge) January 27, 2023
Musk responded to the question with a “100” emoji, indicating his willingness to eat Happy Meal on TV if McDonald’s accepted his preferred cryptocurrency for payment.
While a tweet last January helped lift DOGE by 20%, meme tokens have responded less dramatically to Musk’s 2023 proposal. DOGE is trading at $0.0868 at the time of writing and he is up 0.58% over the past 24 hours.
While McDonald’s has shown no interest in accepting DOGE as payment, Golden Arches has filed 10 trademark applications over the last year indicating plans to sell virtual goods in the Metaverse.
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