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Elon Musk is always drawing headlines. Whether he’s being called the Person of the Year or getting into a spat with Senator Warren, he seems to always be in the spotlight somehow. The best part is that his backing of Dogecoin has a habit of influencing its rise in value.

The Time Person of the Year didn’t get to sit too long on his throne before someone came blasting at him. That blast came in the form of Senator Warren, who called him a freeloader. With a net worth of $12 million, she’s not doing too bad herself, but her tweet was heard loud and clear.

“Let’s change the rigged tax code so The Person of the Year will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else.” @SenWarren

Of course, Elon Musk didn’t let it go. Instead, with a bit of light humor, he handled whom he referred to as “Senator Karen.” After all, when you have $297 billion, you don’t have any reason to let anything get to you.

“You remind me of when I was a kid and my friend’s angry Mom would just randomly yell at everyone for no reason.” @elonmusk

But that wasn’t the best tweet he posted this week. For Dogecoin, Elon Musk let the world know where he stood with the crypto, and those words had a huge impact. Every time Elon Musk mentions Doge, its value shoots up, and that’s always a good thing for the digital currency holders.

“Tesla will make some merch buyable with Doge & see how it goes.” @elonmusk

Don’t just think of wheels and floor mats when you think of Tesla merchandise. Tesla also sells clothes for the Cybertruck fanatic, and they even have a Cyberquad for the kids. If you have enough Dogecoin, you can buy it all. It’s a fantastic company that’s always coming up with unique things and really trying to live up to the Nikola Tesla name.

Dogecoin might have started as a joke. But with Elon Musk behind it, investment experts don’t find it very funny anymore. He really has a way of influencing the value of things, and Doge is one of his beneficiaries.

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