American electric car manufacturer Tesla has started accepting Dogecoin cryptocurrencies to pay for branded goods with brand symbols. This is reported on the company's website.
It is noted that currently only one cryptocurrency is accepted for payment when selling such goods. "Tesla only accepts Dogecoin. Tesla cannot receive or identify any other digital assets," the Support section says.
The company's website states that to make a purchase in the Tesla store, users will need a customized Dogecoin wallet. The section also clarifies that all purchases through Dogecoin are non-refundable, non-exchangeable, or non-cancellable. Tesla concluded that a commission can be taken for the transaction, depending on where exactly the buyer stores his Dogecoin.
Earlier, Siraj Raval, a crypto enthusiast and Tesla owner from the USA, told me how to mine cryptocurrency using a Tesla Model 3 electric car.