What Happened: Dorsey simply tweeted “Wow.”
— jack (@jack) August 6, 2021
greg, now a legendary meme Twitter handle with the Dogecoin community, replied with his own version.
While one commentator noted the depth of the conversation.
This is the commentary we come here for!
— SBA (@SadBillAckman) August 6, 2021
Meanwhile, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) Elon Musk responded with his own strange tweet that may have meant he wanted to engage with Dorsey via direct messages on Twitter.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) August 6, 2021
DOGE traded unchanged at $0.20 at press time. The Shiba Inu-themed cryptocurrency is down 3.21% for the week.
Why It Matters: Dorsey’s latest tweets touched on The Wydens-Lummis-Toomey amendment which aims to add clarity on the infrastructure bill under debate in the Senate.
The CEO also touched on a non-custodial wallet that Square wants to build and asked his following to help in those efforts.
The “Wow” could have been a reference to any of those earlier tweets. In Dogecoin parlance, Wow is also used with a modifier to make memes and it could be an insinuation to that practice. Examples include, “Such Speed, Much Wow,” “Such Popularity, Much Wow,” and “Such Freedom, Much Wow.“
— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) August 2, 2021
As of press time, no further clarity was available on what Dorsey meant exactly.