David Gokhshtein, head of PAC Protocol, former US politician and prominent cryptocurrency supporter, highlighted the importance of meme cryptocurrencies like Dogecoin for the cryptocurrency market.

Cryptocurrency supporter Gokhshtein believes that meme cryptocurrencies, and in particular dog-themed cryptocurrency projects like Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Floki Inu, are attracting users to the cryptocurrency market.

Gokhshtein claimed last month that Dogecoin (DOGE) has brought many people to Bitcoin (BTC). In his post on his Twitter account, he claimed that the dog-themed meme altcoin projects that have become popular lately will continue to attract people to the crypto world.

   "Just like $DOGE did, the $SHIB 's and the $FLOKI 's will keep bringing more people into this space — which is a GREAT thing for adoption."

David Gokhshtein

Earlier today, Tesla CEO and one of the biggest Dogecoin advocates, Elon Musk, announced that Tesla is launching products that can be purchased with DOGE. Responding to Musk's tweet, Dogecoin co-founder Billy Markus invited the Dogecoin community to buy Tesla products with DOGE.

Earlier, Elon Musk stated in a podcast that Dogecoin is better than Bitcoin for payments. The Tesla CEO's view is that Doge is much more suitable for payments than Bitcoin, according to a previous interview. Last year, Tesla tried to use the leading cryptocurrency Bitcoin (BTC) as a payment option for its electric vehicles, but later He quickly reversed this decision, claiming that Bitcoin mining was damaging to the environment. At the time, Musk stated that BTC would not be reinstated as a payment option until BTC mining was at least 50 percent relative to renewable energy.

According to MicroStrategy CEO and a staunch Bitcoin supporter, Michael Saylor, this level was reached last year, but Tesla still hasn't continued to resell cars with BTC. Now, according to an image shared on Twitter and rumors, Tesla plans to add Dogecoin (DOGE) to its payment methods to sell electric cars in the source code on its website.