This has made rumours of a possible publicity stunt quickly accelerate in several crypto-oriented telegram groups. Especially, since Tom Ochinero, vice president of commercial sale of SpaceX has been telling CNBC “Doge-1 will demonstrate the application of cryptocurrency beyond Earth orbit and set the foundation for interplanetary commerce.” These are not words to be taken lightly, if coming from a company run by Elon Musk…

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So, it makes sense Elon Musk is not only interested in helping meme-coins like Dogecoin to the moon; He most likely has been playing around with the many possibilities NFTs bring space exploration. It certainly is one other tool to generate more interest from a wide scope of people, from investors to creators. Moreover, there is a bulk of links to be found among people like SpaceX’s Tom Ochinero and companies actively involved in generating publicity in space.


What if you could put publicity directly on a satellite, which then could be observed from Earth? It would place the NFT artwork or publicity physically on the designated satellite. Hence, the above mentioned payload? This could then be observed from Earth (or elsewhere), if one easily has access to & can communicate with the satellite location. A lightbulb should be going off in your head by now…

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How ‘far out’ these ideas may be, remains to be seen. However, they all share one characteristic: one must be able to locate the specific artwork or publicity. One needs coordinates, one needs tools to be able to observe ‘art in orbit’… Someone who wants to interact with the satellite(s) to put publicity or art on them, must have an easy way to do so.


On each of their respective sites, we find following words: “Present on the exposed surfaces and live-streamed from a satellite to be placed in LEO in JUNE 2022, these pixel’s hue (KAPPA), luminosity (GAMMA), X-Axis (BETA) and Y-Axis (RHO) locations are acquired in exchange for the aforementioned tokens.” There is no doubt in our mind we are onto something very exciting here… Things should be clear enough for any crypto-enthusiast to dig in, a little further, as this signals the beginning of a new era in space, publicity, art and gaming combined. Find all relevant links below this article.


Our wildest guesses picture a LED on each side of the satellite, or at least one. Elon Musk did mention he was going to put the first meme in space… So maybe that is the final piece of our puzzle? Maybe Doge will be the first ever publicity in space? The first art in orbit? Our guesses are as good as yours. But something is up! You just need to tie some facts together & we all know Elon Musk doesn’t tend to fool about too long. Most of the times, just enough to tickle our imagination & to get all of humanity onboard for a magical discovery of space… Space Coins may very well be a first set of keys opening the doors to a new era in commercial space exploration. Nothing is certain at this point, but we invite you to further discover with us!

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