- “I will pay a million Dogecoin for proof of this mine’s existence!” Musk tweeted earlier this month, similarly complaining back in January that “the fake emerald mine thing is so annoying (sigh).”
- According to Errol Musk, the unsurprisingly eccentric father of Elon, the mine definitely exists.
- “When I read that, I wondered, ‘Can I enter, because I can prove it existed,” Errol told The Sun in a new interview, referring to his son’s Dogecoin tweet. “Elon knows it’s true. All the kids know about it.”
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