Acclaimed producer TJ Allard has expressed his passion for the world’s most loved meme coin. The two-time Emmy-winning executive producer who is known for Combat Jump, The Secret of Skywalker Ranch and Open House responded to Billy Markus’s recent tweet with “Did someone say dogecoin”. His response speculates that he is a member of the Dogearmy.
Allard tweeted that “with #dogecoin dropping this reminds me of the even from “Trading Spaces” everyone is waiting…#DogeDay.” However, the producer’s tweet hasn’t helped dogecoin’s price. As of Feb 04, 2022 00:41 UTC the meme coin has been down by -0.36%.
This is not the first time that Allard has commented or tweed about the crypto market. He had earlier commented a satirical Right here Comes One other Bubble Music. The producer urged authors to make one more track relatable to cryptocurrency and NFT trade.
Dogecoin is also said to be Elon Musk’s favorite crypto and Billy Markus is a co-founder it. It reigns popularity and is considered valuable. Moreover, Tesla is accepting DOGE as payment for its merchandise and SpaceX is also accepting it as payment for the DOGE-1 mission to the moon. Tom Ochinero, vice-president of commercial sales at SpaceX, said in May 2021 that DOGE-1 will demonstrate the application of cryptocurrency beyond Earth orbit. It will set the foundation for interplanetary commerce. Musk had supported the executive’s statement with a tweet saying SpaceX is going to put a literal Dogecoin on the literal moon.
And this sent DOGE’s price surging, and then slipping as all cryptocurrencies do because of volatility. For 2022, Dogecoin looks to continue with its highs of 2021 and more merchants are expected to accept it as a form of payment.