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Musk says Tesla to accept Dogecoin for merchandise

Tesla Inc will accept meme-based cryptocurrency Dogecoin as payment for its merchandise such as the 'Giga Texas' belt buckle and mini models of electric vehicles, chief executive officer Elon Musk said in a tweet on Friday.

Edmunds: Shopping for a car this year will not be the same

2021 was an unusual year for the automotive industry. While customer demand for new cars rebounded from the economic uncertainty of 2020, automakers found themselves unable to meet that demand because of semiconductor chip shortages and supply chain problems. So what should car shoppers expect for 2022? Much of the same, unfortunately.