The Twitter account of the Cumrocket (CUMMIES) cryptocurrency tweeted today, “CUMMIES is about to explode again!”, after a series of tweets of alleged support from Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Mr Musk’s cryptic tweets were meme orientated and many have seen them as implicitly supporting the Cumrocket cryptocurrency. On Thursday Mr Musk posted another cryptic tweet, where he wrote, “Canada, USA, Mexico”.
This was interpreted by Twitter as the Tesla CEO hinting at the phrase “cum” based on the first three letters of the “Cumrocket” cryptocurrency.
As a result the cryptocurrency soared by hundreds of percent in a 24 hour period.
It smashed through its all-time-high, saoring to $0.28.
Mr Musk’s first tweets were followed by his endorsement of a Twitter thread that read, “Cumrocket coin surged over 85 percent after Elon Musk’s tweet.
“We are for sure living in a simulation.”
To which Elon replied, “Great thread.”
This and Mr Musk’s most recent tweet in which he used emojis to allegedly promote Cumrocket “going to the moon” have set the price of the cryptocurrency on fire.
Mr Musk’s tweet was followed by one Twitter user stating, “is this a sign to go all in on Cumrocket?”
The CEO of Cumrocket is a British software developer Lydia and the company describes its main goal as to be able to “provide a novel 18+ Non Fungible Token (NFT) marketplace where users will be able to buy, sell, swap and collect exclusive 18+ content!
The exchange stated, “DigiFinex will list CumRocket(CUMMIES) and open trading service of CUMMIES/USDT at 16:00 (GMT+8) on 2nd Jun 2021.”
Mr Musk has been sending contradictory tweets supporting or criticising select cryptocurrencies, with his main focus on dogecoin, ethereum and bitcoin.
His Twitter endorsement can send a cryptocurrency price soaring or crashing based on how his tweets are interpreted.
So far, his latest tweets have been interpreted positively for the future of Cumrocket.