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Elon Musk Plans To Become The World’s First Dogecoin Trillionaire

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that he will become the world’s first Dogecoin trillionaire.
According to a recent prediction by a Morgan Stanley analyst, the SpaceX founder is on his way to becoming the world’s first trillionaire with his relentless amassing of wealth.

A Twitter account called UberFacts tweeted this prediction. Amusingly, the Tesla CEO replied to the tweet, stating that he would be a Dogecoin trillionaire. With that reply, he sent the Dogecoin price soaring again.

As of today, Musk is already the wealthiest man in the world, ahead of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who is in second place. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, he has an estimated net worth of $252 billion. The Bloomberg Billionaires Index is a daily ranking of the world’s richest people.

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In July, the tech entrepreneur revealed that he owns Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Ether.

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Musk’s net worth has skyrocketed because of Tesla, whose stock price has kept increasing over the months. On Friday, the company’s shares rose to a new high above $900/share. With his current net worth, he is worth more than the entire Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of New Zealand.

On Friday, Twitter account @UberFacts reported the prediction from Morgan Stanley.

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Elon then replied directly to the tweet agreeing that he would be a trillionaire, but in Dogecoin.

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In typical fashion, Musk’s mention of Dogecoin in the tweet resulted in the coin’s price rallying by almost 6% in just an hour. At the time of writing, Dogecoin is trading at $0.247.

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Musk's tweet pushes Doge to $0.247 | Source: DOGEUSD on TradingView.com

In July, Musk revealed that he owns Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Dogecoin. However, he has always posted memes about Dogecoin in particular and is constantly weighing in on the meme coin.

In May, the SpaceX founder announced that in 2022, SpaceX will launch a moon mission funded by Dogecoin. He said this is the first time that cryptocurrency will be used in space, and that it will also be the first meme used in space.

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SpaceX Founder’s Net Worth Prediction

According to the Guardian, analysts at investment bank Morgan Stanley have predicted that Elon Musk will become the first trillionaire in the world.

Forbes says that the tech entrepreneur is working to revolutionize transportation both on Earth, through electric car maker Tesla, and in space, via rocket producer SpaceX.

A Morgan Stanley analyst says that he could make much more money from his space exploration business SpaceX than he has made from Tesla.

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The analyst Adam Jonas said that SpaceX was “challenging any preconceived notion of what was possible and the timeframe possible, in terms of rockets, launch vehicles and supporting infrastructure”.

He added: “More than one client has told us if Elon Musk were to become the first trillionaire … it won’t be because of Tesla. Others have said SpaceX may eventually be the most highly valued company in the world – in any industry.”

Jonas estimates that the privately-held SpaceX, valued at $100bn this month, could be worth $200bn and even more. It is presently the world’s second-biggest privately held company, after the internet firm ByteDance. The SpaceX founder owns roughly 48% of the company.

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It remains to be seen if these predictions about the Tesla CEO will come to pass.

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Here’s What Dogecoin and Billie Eilish Have in Common

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Dogecoin and Billie Eilish have one thing in common

The name of the iconic meme cryptocurrency, which turned eight years old yesterday, has made it to the list of the most mispronounced words on television that is compiled annually by the U.S. Captioning Company.

Newscasters also struggled to pronounce Ethereum, the name of the second-largest blockchain, “cheugy,” the pejorative neologism that mocks trends started by millennials, and “Dalgona,” the name of the South Korean candy popularized by Netflix’s popular survival drama series “Squid Games.”

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Surprisingly enough, teen superstar Billie Eilish still has her surname mispronounced on TV despite being in the spotlight for years. The pop singer rose to immense fame after her gargantuan hit, “Bad Guy,” topped the charts around the world in 2019. Her debut studio album, “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” won the top award at the 2020 Grammys.

People also tend to botch the surnames of Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas and football player Jason Kelce.

Last year, immunologist Anthony Fauci and Vice President Kamala Harris also appeared on the list.

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Dogecoin price to rally 25% as capital begins to flow into DOGE

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  • Dogecoin price is grappling with the trading range’s midpoint at $0.178, eyeing further gains.
  • Investors can expect DOGE to shatter the $0.197 barrier and make a run at the $0.22 hurdle.
  • On-chain metrics hint bullish as they display the entry of high networth individuals at the current levels.

Dogecoin price is trying to move past its recent swing high to set up higher highs. While a minor and brief downswing might be possible, the overall short-term outlook for DOGE is bullish.

Dogecoin price eyes higher highs

Dogecoin price is grappling with the trading range’s midpoint at $0.178 and shows its intention to move higher. There is a minor possibility that DOGE might take a brief dip before it heads higher. Regardless of this outcome, Dogecoin price is ready to move higher.

The first hurdle that the buyers will encounter is the $0.197 resistance barrier after a 10% climb. Beyond this level, DOGE will revisit the $0.22 ceiling and make a run at the liquidity resting above it.

In total, this leg-up would constitute a 25% ascent.

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DOGE/USDT 4-hour chart

DOGE/USDT 4-hour chart

From a technical perspective, tagging the $0.22 level might seem like overreaching, but IntoTheBlock’s Global In/Out of the Money (GIOM) model shows a significant cluster of underwater investors resting around $0.22.

Here, roughly 430,000 addresses that purchased 18.36 billion DOGE are “Out of the Money.” Therefore, any more beyond this level might be a high resistance run as these holders might want to break even. 

DOGE GIOM chart

DOGE GIOM chart

Further supporting the bullish outlook is the 272% uptick in transactions worth $100,000 or more. Since November 20, these transfers have gone from 862 to 3,261.

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This trend indicates that high networth investors are interested in DOGE at the current price levels.

DOGE large transactions chart

DOGE large transactions chart

While things are looking up for Dogecoin price, a failure to maintain the bullish momentum could lead to a retracement. If this correction pushes DOGE to produce a lower low below $0.158, it will invalidate the bullish thesis.

In such a situation, market participants can expect Dogecoin price to venture lower and potentially retest the $0.13 support level.

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Dogecoin, Elon Musk’s Favorite Cryptocurrency, Turns 8. Here’s How It Has Performed This Year

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The original meme coin has turned eight.

Dogecoin, the meme coin that started it all, has already turned eight, becoming a major player in the crypto industry. 

In May, the joke cryptocurrency, which was launched by Billy Markus and Jackson Palmer on Dec. 6, 2013, to ridicule altcoins, was worth over $90 billion in early May after experiencing a massive rally.

With the help of high-profile proponent Elon Musk, other celebrities and incessant media coverage, Dogecoin had surged an eye-popping 17,000% in just four months in early 2021, captivating the entire investing community.

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The Bitcoin parody has also inspired a whole bunch of copycats, with Ethereum-based Shiba Inu becoming its most prominent knock-off and stealing the top dog’s luster in October.

Dogecoin is down 76.1% from its all-time high, but it is still up a staggering 6,943% since the start of the year, making its long-term holders part of the crypto nouveau riche.

Markus, who now frequently interacts with Musk on Twitter, claims that 2021 has been his second strangest year because of Dogecoin.  

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 Palmer, however, is unlikely to celebrate the birthday of the joke cryptocurrency he co-created since the Australian programmer abandoned the community a long time ago. In a July tweet, he claimed that the crypto industry was controlled by “a powerful cartel.”

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