A $258 billion lawsuit against Elon Musk, Tesla, and SpaceX for promoting Dogecoin
Elon Mask, Tesla and SpaceX processed $ 258 billion and claimed that “they are involved in Doc Goin cryptocurrency’s cryptocurrency project.” Mask and his companies say “DOC is a fair investment as a legal investment.” Bloomberg reports that investor Goan, Kate Johnson Elung Musk and his company Tesla and Spacex presented a classic case in a federal court in Manhattan on Thursday. DOJ said, “The plaintiff claims that it is just a fraud, such a great fool disappointed with the purchase of currency at higher prices.”
According to the court document, Johnson was a US citizen who left “a pyramid pyramid pyramidal pyramidal pyramid pyramid”. “Mask, Tesla and Spacex were an illegal fraudulent company to raise Doc Goin’s price,” he said. The court documents state: “As defendant Musk and his companies Spacex and Tesla Inc. In 2019, began purchasing, developing, developing, maintaining and operating dogecoin, the plaintiff and class lost approximately $ 86 billion in this crypto pyramid scheme. Johnson seeks to represent a class of cryptocurrency investors who have lost money trading Dogecoin since April 2019. He is seeking $ 86 billion in damages and triple damages of $ 172 billion. In addition, it seeks an order against Musk, SpaceX and Tesla to promote Dogecoin and states that DOGE trading is gambling under U.S. and New York law.
Tesla CEO promoted dogecoin on Twitter. A meme cryptocurrency has the potential to become a currency and is called a popular cryptocurrency. In May, SpaceX said it would soon accept DOGE for commercial products and that Starlink subscriptions could continue. Tesla now accepts memory currency for some products. Musk has also discussed allowing dogecoin payments for any Twitter services if he owns the social media.