SpaceX will launch a lunar satellite next year. The satellite will be financed entirely by the Dogecoin cryptocurrency of the Canadian company Geometric Energy Corporation. The satellite will be responsible for the mission to the moon.
The satellite will be called DOGE-1 and will be launched on the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. The Calgary-based company said in a statement that in the first quarter of 2022. The 88-pound (40 kg) cubic satellite will be designed to “obtain lunar spatial intelligence from sensors and cameras in the air “.
The statement said. The “DOGE-1 mission to the moon” will be “the first commercial lunar cargo paid in full with” Dogecoin, “but Geometry Energy said it did not specify the cost of the project. DOGE-1 landing Go to the moon!” SpaceX founder Elon Musk hosted the second day of the live sketch.
SpaceX Vice President of Commercial Sales Tom Occhino said in a statement: “This mission will showcase the application of cryptocurrency beyond Earth’s orbit and lays the foundation for interplanetary commerce.”
On the comedy show “Saturday Night Live” (SNL), he praised Dogecoin as a joke at first, but through the use of strange tech entrepreneurs, the tweet gained legitimacy. The CEO of Tesla described Dogecoin as “unstoppable”, which has greatly promoted the development of cryptocurrency.
Musk shared the moon landing mission announcement on Twitter on Sunday and wrote: “Moon landing!”