Another Elon Musk Dogecoin tweet!! What is the Cyberviking?

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Elon Musk is still behind Dogecoin, despite everything that was going on over the past few days. Elon Musk tweeted about CyberViking. His support for Doge continues to grow and it’s fully behind it.

What is CyberViking?

But what is the CyberViking? One thing for sure we know about is he’s tweeted about CyberViking before here back in earlier in May, a CyberViking of Mars. So he’s still talking about Dogecoin, not only as a currency on Earth, but of the moon and Mars.

And what about the Viking satellite? He could be referencing a satellite that he’s working on as well, a satellite called CyberViking. Now, if we zoom in real close underneath the neon sign CyberViking, you’ll see there is a Doge dollar.

So this dollar is something that obviously is very well crafted and made up. And it says Doge dollar under the picture of the Doge and above it, it says to the moon, someone did this, which was a very clear, much clearer picture of what that Doge dollar looks like.

Elon Musk’s tweet helped Dogecoin up

He says there are other clues that you can pick out of the picture and try and figure out what he’s talking about. He also tweeted about a Doge dollar under the picture of the moon. Dogecoin is holding very well and it looks like the whole crypto market is recovering.

Elon Musk’s tweet helped propel Dogecoin up, but other catalysts are coming up. We have, starting to trade on Coinbase in a few weeks. We have the Robin Hood wallet. We have other continuing retailers, starting to accept Dogecoin. And all of that just continues to build and build eventually is going to come out and say that Tesla is going to be accepting Dogecoin for payment.

When that happens, that is literally to the moon. For now, though, we’ve got this CyberViking to think about. Dogecoin now up twenty one percent over the last 12 hours. Bitcoin is up 10 percent. So it looks to me like the whole crypto market is recovering and certainly particularly for Dogecoin.

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