Meme Cryptocurrency Lovers, Dogecoin (DOGE), have begun wallowing in the success that the dark days of the Crypto Graphic Project may be fading when the world famous Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk announced that Dogecoin was his favorite Cryptocurrency is.
The ultra-wealthy entrepreneur made this disclosure in a statement preceded by who would be best placed to become the next CEO of the blockchain network, signaling that he may soon step into the cryptocurrency space.
In the late hours of yesterday, Dogecoin posted an update on Twitter that needed a CEO for the cryptocurrency project. Therefore, Dogecoin is looking for a reputable person who will lead the project into the future.
The update also included a poll asking community members to choose the most suitable person. Vitalik Buterin, Charlie Lee, Elon Musk and Marshall Hayner.
We listened to your concerns. We decided that Dogecoin needed a CEO. Someone who can lead us into the future while preserving the core values of who we are.
Below are the candidates, vote wisely. @ VitalikButerin @SatoshiLite @elonmusk @MarshallHayner
– Dogecoin (@dogecoin) April 1, 2019
As the survey continues with no actual person as the winner, Tom Heats, the founder and CEO of Lunar Project, a company that uses blockchain to prevent global warming by storing carbon credits, revealed the timing of the ongoing survey by pointing out that it is Elon Musk advocate of the poll.
Space X founder Musk also drew 49% while Metal Payment CEO Marshall Hayner backed him 33% as Vitalik Buterin and Charlie Lee only drew 9% and 8% respectively.
Additionally, Musk responded to Lunar’s CEO with an allegation but failed to express his interest in becoming CEO of the blockchain project.
With a lot of caution in his response, Musk said, “Dogecoin could be my favorite cryptocurrency. It’s pretty cool. “
Dogecoin could be my favorite cryptocurrency. It’s pretty cool.
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 2, 2019
Elong Musk has been a great figure for such a long time, admired by lovers of cryptocurrency. Vitalik Buterin’s and Charlie Lee’s insignificant result in the survey, however, may have been corroborated by the fact that people are unaware of their commitment to their respective projects.
Founder Jackson Palmer leaves Dogecoin (DOGE)
Previously, Today’s Gazette reported that Dogecoin (DOGE) founder Jackson Palmer said he owned no part of the cryptocurrency, which underestimated the prospect of the project.
A Dogecoin enthusiast condemned Palmar for his words, and the outgoing founder replied that he had no value to the project.
In a similar statement, Palmar shared with Coindesk that the crypto space is far from moving forward as poor quality startups thrive in the industry.
“All in all, the cryptocurrency space is increasingly feeling like a bunch of white libertarian brothers sitting around hoping to get rich and developing half-hearted, buzzword-filled business ideas that often fail to try.”