Tesla CEO Elon Musk has recently made a clarification that the Dojo supercomputer will not be able to mine Dogecoin. Musk released this statement in response to the tweet by the core developer of Dogecoin, Michi Lumin regarding DOGE and Dojo.
Michi Lumin asked on Twitter whether the Dojo Supercomputer on which Tesla is working at present will be able to compete with crypto mining based on ASIC.
Lumin addressed that the Dojo supercomputer does not contain any special DOGE application for running a Dogecoin node unlike many of the followers could believe.
In addition to this, Lumin revealed that he is busy at present setting up a full DOGE node on Starlink-Musk’s project on providing access to the internet of the global satellite that has been created by SpaceX.
“Dojo 4 DOGE,” was the tweet by Elon Musk earlier this year which assisted in pushing the price of Dogecoin further up and lead the Dogecoin community to believe that there are plans regarding the use of Dogecoin on Dojo.
However, this doubt has recently been clarified by Musk and hence, it has been revealed that you won’t be able to mine Dogecoin by Dojo in the way it is mined on ASIC devices.
In addition to this, it should be noted that Musk even apologized for this confusion that was created in the community.
Though there have been questions in the community regarding the explanation of the “Dojo 4 DOGE” tweet recently, no response has been witnessed from Musk’s side.
Well, in this era of technological innovation, it should be noticed that the rival of Tesla in the electric vehicle segment, Daymak, a company based in Canada, has launched the very first model of an electric car that would start mining Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum.
Elon Musk celebrated his 50th birthday on June 28 and a Youtuber based in the United States has sent an actual Dogecoin to space with a weather balloon.
In the video posted by the Youtuber Williamson, he and his friends were found identifying the launchpad and setting up the balloon system.