This weekend (March 13-14), Elon Musk, the world’s second richest person (according to the Forbes’ “The Real-Time Billionaires List“), has been acting quite dogematically.
Musk, who is a co-founder of PayPal, founder, and CEO of SpaceX, and a co-founder and CEO of Tesla, decided to once again show his support for the internet’s favorite meme cryptocurrency Dogecoin (DOGE) during a weekend that saw the Bitcoin price register a new all-time high (on Bitstamp, the BTC price reached $61,781 at 20:42 on March 13).
It all started on Saturday (March 13) when Musk replied with an enthusiastic “Yes!” to a question by someone who asked on Twitter if Coinbase should enable trading support for DOGE.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 13, 2021
Around 23:40 UTC on Saturday, Musk said that he was having a “Doge day afternoon” before proceeding to give a brief Dogecoin-flavored history lesson on the topic of “dog days of summer“.