Elon Musk would eat a Happy Meal if McDonald’s accepted Dogecoin as a form of payment

Elon Musk is back in the news for his pleasure in sharing messages on Twitter and cryptocurrencies. And it is that on this occasion the billionaire seeks to revalue his investment in that type of currency after they have plummeted sharply this month.

The Tesla CEO must be a little desperate because the shares of the big technology companies and the value of cryptocurrencies have fallen and they have made him lose something like $ 25,000 million dollars.

At some point Musk had already exceeded $300 billion but today Forbes says that his fortune is around $246,000 million. And although it is money that will never be spent in his lifetime, it does represent a strong blow to his personal fortune.

Surely that is why it occurred to the controversial CEO to announce himself eating a “happy meal” in exchange for McDonald’s accepting Dogecoin as a form of payment.

And as? well McDonald’s has more than 34 thousand stores in 118 countries in the world and if it will accept any cryptocurrency it will blow up its deteriorating price.

In his advantageous proposal, Elon Musk shared a tweet saying he would eat a Happy Meal on TV if McDonald’s accepts Dogecoin payments.

McDonald’s has not responded to the proposal, but its main competitor Burger King has, who wrote: “Only a king knows what the coin does”.

Last week Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus responded to a McDonald’s tweet with a picture of French fries, saying: “I want a potato”.

Musk recently announced that Tesla would allow customers to pay for some products with Dogecoin, but while his company is successful, it doesn’t compare to what the fast food chain would contribute to the cryptocurrency market if it decided to accept them as a form of payment.

Dogecoin has already been added to the thread to flirt with McDonald’s with the following tweet:

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