According to a new product catalog that was published on Wednesday, electric car company Tesla is reportedly releasing a new Cyberwhistle that is modeled by the future Cybertruck series that it has been developing. This company wrote:
“The limited-edition Cyberwhistle is a luxury collectible that was designed to pay homage to Cybertruck. It is constructed of stainless steel with a medical grade and has a polished finish. The adaptability of the whistle is increased by the built-in attachment function that it has.”
All transactions are final, and delivery of the items is anticipated to take between four and six weeks. In addition to this, Tesla mandates that customers pay only in Dogecoin (DOGE). At the time of publishing, the price tag was set at 1,000 DOGE, which is around $60. The price shown in DOGE accounts for all applicable taxes as well as delivery costs.
According to Tesla, dogecoin is the only cryptocurrency that may presently be used to purchase certain products from the company. In the same way as with other sorts of transactions involving digital assets, any wrong payment amounts or asset types that are delivered to its address will not be returned or reversed. In order to purchase Tesla products, users need to have a Dogecoin wallet.
“It is up to the buyer to make sure that the correct amount of dogecoin is sent,” the buyer is responsible.
Elon Musk, the chief executive officer of Tesla, has been a vocal proponent of the meme currency, even going so far as to say that “Dogecoin is better than Bitcoin for payments” earlier this year. In May, SpaceX became the second company to follow Tesla’s lead and start taking Dogecoin as payment for items.
Following the filing of a $258 billion lawsuit that alleges a crypto Ponzi scheme using the token, the software entrepreneur who is worth a billion dollars has increased his support for the DOGE cryptocurrency. His statement was, “I will continue to promote Dogecoin.”