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Electric Car Maker Tesla Testing Dogecoin Payments With Shiba Code Name!

Tesla is testing Dogecoin as a cryptocurrency payment option. An analysis of Tesla’s source code showed an option to “Order in SHIBA” among existing options, which appears to be the code name for the Doge.

News for Tesla is that it is testing Dogecoin as a cryptocurrency payment option. An analysis of Tesla’s source code also showed an option to “Order in SHIBA” among existing options. The options currently available are “Order with Card and Order with Bitcoin”. A user on Twitter after digging deeper said that it is actually for Dodgecoin and not Shiba Inu (SHIB). This user analysis is also understandable as Musk has shown his support for DodgeCoin and recently indicated the rejection of the Shiba Inu token with a negative comment. However, even after that, the Shiba Inu has emerged as the 11th largest cryptocurrency.

As part of an eight-part thread, a Twitter user from the handle @Tree_of_Alpha revealed that when a DOGE payment is attempted, the “Order with Shiba” page redirects to a processing page, but without SHIB payment. During this it did not happen. The tweet contained screenshots suggesting that the SHIBA name mentioned on the Tesla page is actually Dogecoin.

It looks like Tesla is referring to Dogecoin as “SHIBA”. There is no reaction from Elon Musk on this matter yet.

In May this year, Musk posted a Twitter poll asking people whether Tesla should include DOGE as a payment option. To this 78.2 percent people said “yes”. However, no development has come to the fore about that yet. This Mimecoin is currently trading at $0.2812 (approximately Rs.20) per token, according to CoinMarketCap.

As the discussions about DOGE and SHIB tokens are heating up, US whistleblower Edward Snowden recently cautioned investors investing in the MIME token to be careful. Snowden wrote on Twitter that if you are going to invest your hard earned money in Mim Coin, then be careful about the consequences.

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