Tesla CEO Elon Musk reportedly proposes buying Twitter for $54.20 per share, sending Dogecoin (DOGE) price soaring 10%.
According to Bloomberg, Musk signaled his renewed intentions to purchase the social media giant in a letter to the company. Following the announcement, Twitter’s stock price jumped 18% as trading had to be halted due to the large price surge.
According to a Reddit thread, Musk’s recent phone records reportedly reveal that the billionaire had been discussing moving Twitter to the blockchain, eliminating all bots, and charging 0.1 DOGE to tweet or retweet. The plan was later deemed infeasible.
Following Musk’s announcement, DOGE jumped 10%.
Musk signed on the dotted line to buy Twitter in April 2022 but later pulled out because Twitter had allegedly failed to disclose a problem it had with bots. Bots are automated accounts that can be used on Twitter for tweeting, re-tweeting, liking, and other purposes.
Musk and DOGE are inseparable
The Tesla billionaire has long been a proponent of the world’s largest memecoin by market cap, and his tweets on the coin have often sent prices soaring. In Dec. 2021, Musk announced that
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