#DogeCoinTo1Dollar was trending on Twitter on Monday in the community's latest attempt to see the crypto hit new heights
"I'll get vaccinated and be an advocate for it if Pfizer puts a percentage of its earnings from the vaccine in my wife's name," Beasley tweeted.
Billups, the new coach of Portland's NBA team, reached a financial settlement in 2000 with a woman who accused him of sexual assault.
The billionaire investor told Newsweek how he got caught up in this week's crypto crash that saw a token virtually wiped off the market.
The token, linked to the Iron Finance stablecoin project, plummeted on Wednesday in what one investor said was a panic sell.
"One certainty is crypto will continue to positively impact business more than the SEC," the billionaire entrepreneur tweeted.
"Speculation aside, the best platforms will do well over the long term," the billionaire entrepreneur told Newsweek.
Tesla's CEO plugged his appearance next week on Saturday Night Live by tweeting, "The Dogefather SNL May 8." And Dogecoin's price jumped 20% to $0.32.
A recent survey of 1,015 of investors in cryptocurrency found that 54.3% believe Bitcoin will climb to $100,000 this year. The survey offered no analysis of the cryptocurrency's fundamentals or outside forces affecting its price.
Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks, announced the team would accept the cryptocurrency as payment for tickets and team merchandise.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban had wanted to do away with the tradition out of respect for those who "feel that the anthem does not represent them."
Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced the proposal after criticizing Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban for not playing the national anthem before his team's home games.
This comes nearly four years after he said he would stand for the national anthem with a hand over his heart.
"I don't see that happening," the Dallas Mavericks owner said when asked about the possibility of the former president running for office again.
In an AMA on r/WallStreetBets, the billionaire touched on a bunch of points to the aspiring traders.
Members of r/WallStreetBets disrupted large financial firms that had planned to short-sell GameStop stock by investing money into its stock and increasing its value by over 700 percent.
The Puerto Rican played a crucial role in Dallas' NBA championship triumph in 2011 and ranks fifth for most games in franchise history.
The followup to June's "Bear Witness, Take Action," will feature panel discussions with celebrities, activists, and scholars to talk about the next steps to be taken towards racial justice.
The Dallas Mavericks owner told Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson that the Slovenian reminded him of the five-time NBA champion.
"Translation of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 'My party good, your party bad.' Translation of Ted Cruz, 'My party good, your party bad,'" the entrepreneur tweeted.
The entrepreneur encouraged donors to instead give the money to their local food banks.
On Monday, the "Shark Tank" star agreed with a Twitter comment saying that the president's supporters aren't "deplorable."
Transacting with the Chinese Communist Party benefits a sworn enemy of our liberty and justice. Americans—the National Basketball Association's most important customers—suffer the ultimate loss.
The billionaire entrepreneur enthusiastically tweeted a photo of his basketball arena-turned-voting site this morning.
Cuban recently picked up West in late September after a photograph of West begging on the streets of Dallas went viral.
"Since when is a desire to end racism an insult to anyone or political?" the Mavericks owner wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.