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Elon Musk’s tweet sparks a bullish response from the XRP community.

Through his recent tweets, technology billionaire Elon Musk has elicited positive responses from the XRP community. Taking to the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, Musk made an announcement regarding one of his major companies, SpaceX. However, this time it wasn’t about launching spacecraft, but also about space itself. Musk tweeted that more Starlinks have reached orbit. Among the first to comment were several accounts affiliated with XRP.

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Since the rebranding of Twitter to X, XRP enthusiasts have pointed out the striking resemblance between the X logo and the logo of their favorite cryptocurrency, XRP, leaving numerous other comments. This time, in a reversal of Musk’s message, they wrote “More XRP reaching orbit” and “$XRP about to reach orbit after liftoff!” along with other positive comments. As always, Musk did not descend to respond. His preferred bet in the cryptocurrency realm remains DOGE, the original meme-themed cryptocurrency released in 2013, which operates on a proof-of-work consensus algorithm similar to BTC.

Lately, members of the XRP community have been frequent guests in the comments section of Elon Musk’s tweets; it seems they are striving to draw the attention of the X leader to the Ripple-affiliated currency. However, Musk continues to only issue posts about Dogecoin and occasionally smaller alternative currencies that fit the meme format. On several occasions, Musk also posted funny images about digital currencies focusing on artificial intelligence. His tweets typically lead to an immediate but short-term increase in the prices of these currencies.

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