Tesla Continues to Accept Dogecoin (DOGE) for Payments, Drops Bitcoin (BTC), Reports Blockchain Reporter

Electric car manufacturer Tesla, owned by billionaire Elon Musk, has removed the source code that allowed Bitcoin payments but has kept Dogecoin as a payment option, according to blockchain reporter Colin Wu. Bitcoin and Dogecoin have been present in Tesla’s source code since January, despite Bitcoin being removed as a payment option earlier this year. The source code of Tesla’s payments page shows that Dogecoin has been retained while Bitcoin has been removed. Last year, Musk announced that Tesla would accept Dogecoin as payment for merchandise, and he also plans to accept the memecoin for charging stations. However, Musk is currently facing a class-action lawsuit accusing him of insider trading and price manipulation of Dogecoin for personal gain. It is important to note that the opinions expressed in this article are not investment advice, and investors should do their own research before making any high-risk investments in Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, or digital assets.

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