MrBeast Burger Will Accept Dogecoin If Elon Musk Retweets
MrBeast Burger, a famous fast food chain business, has asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk for a simple retweet, and if he does, they would work on taking Dogecoin as a means of payment.
Today, the popular fast food delivery business MrBeast Burger, which is founded by the world’s top YouTuber MrBeast, announced that it will begin taking Dogecoin, but there is a caveat. MrBeast Burger will only begin accepting Dogecoin as payment only if Elon Musk praises the firm on Twitter:
Musk has not yet responded or retweeted as of press time. Musk has urged that McDonald’s adopt Dogecoin, promising to eat a Happy Meal on TV if they do.
Billy Markus, the inventor of Dogecoin, was quick to reply to MrBeast Burger’s request, saying that the #dogearmy is robust enough to provide the fast food delivery firm some “heavy engagement.”
Crypto adoption accelerates in the middle of a crypto meltdown, and Doge continues to demonstrate that it is the stronger meme coin with support from key figures like Elon Musk, Mark Cuban, Tesla, The Dallas Mavericks, McDonald’s, MrBeast Burger and many more.
On November 10, 2020, the first MrBeast Burger store opened in Wilson, North Carolina. The business had only one physical location, which was a temporarily renovated Burger Boy restaurant.
Donaldson (MrBeast) offered free meals and handed away money, technology, and even a new automobile to guests who queued up in the building’s drive-through in a YouTube video. The event drew thousands of people, with lines stretching as far as 20 kilometres at times.
The fast food chain has declared ambitions to expand its outlets after its original launch. Following concerns from fans who did not reside in delivery zones, Donaldson recognized the problem and claimed that attempts were being made to double and triple the number of sites.
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