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Elon Musk is sending Dogecoin’s Value to the ‘Moon’ – Top Trending News

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Elon Musk is sending Dogecoin’s Value to the ‘Moon’

Elon Musk is not yet done with his recent infatuation with  Dogecoin, which at best can be described as meme based cryptocurrency. After sending Dogecoin’s valuation to northwards with his recent tweets, Musk has now tweeted that “SpaceX is going to put a literal Dogecoin on the literal moon.” This tweet basically implies that SpaceX will be launching a Dogecoin funded satellite to the moon. Yes, to the moon. And guess what? This satellite that is supposed to be launched in 2022 will be named after Dogecoin, DOGE-1.

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Clubhouse Launches its Android App (Finally)

Leading audio based social networking platform Clubhouse has finally shed its IOS exclusivity as the platform on Monday launched its Android version in the U.S market. The company said that the app will be currently working on a beta and invite only mode. The app will be launched in the remaining English speaking markets and rest of the world in the coming days. With Clubhouse becoming a rage ever since it was launched last year, the demand for the platform to launch its Android app was growing exponentially.

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Grofers, one of India’s high-profile startups may have scrapped its IPO plan

Reports claim that online grocery startup Grofers may have scrapped its US listing plan as it is pursuing fresh fund raising  plan. Interestingly, the investor that is pursuing this plan is IPO-bound Zomato, which was actually in talks to acquire Grofers last year. This time, however, Zomato is flirting with the idea of only investing (not fully acquiring) in the SoftBank backed startup.

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Twitter rolls out Tip Jar that allows the users to send money to their favorite tweeters

Twitter last week introduced a new feature called Tip-Jar, which will allow its users to send money to their favorite tweeters. But expectedly this new feature will be available in a beta mode and will be currently restricted to only mobile users.

 

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