Elon Musk has been offered millions of dollars to direct and star in his very own porn film.
Back in June, the SpaceX and Tesla CEO referenced an adult-themed cryptocurreny on his Twitter page.
The billionaire posted a series of emojis featuring a splash, a rocket, and the Moon.
The first two are commonly used by fans of CumRocket – which saw its share price rising by nearly 400%.
Earlier that month, he simply posted “Canada, USA, Mexico”, with the acronym seemingly pointing to the company.
Nafty, a finance system catering to the porn industry with bitcoin database blockchain, now wants to give Musk a unique opportunity to break into the porn world.
CEO Rob Kemenyfi said: “Elon Musk’s fascination with NSFW tokens indicates that he is clearly interested in the adult space, so we wanted to give him the chance to direct and star in his own movie.
“He has accomplished so much in his life, but still hasn't checked porn off his bucket list. Now is his opportunity!”
The company will offer Musk $6.9 million [£4.9m] in cash and NaftyTokens to participate in a shoot, produced at a time and place of his choosing.
Mr Kemenyfi added: “This deal would help us solve many exorbitant issues that our industry faces, such as high fees, middlemen, chargebacks and fraud.
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“Musk’s involvement, however small, would make him a real hero, as he possesses the capabilities and clout to enact real change.”
Nafty was created to eliminate middlemen, “producers, agencies and platforms (like OnlyFans) take a huge % from the creators”.
The majority of payment solutions ban the adult industry, but the company uses blockchain technology to enable them.
In May, Musk had a cheeky response after two people filmed a porn video in one of Tesla’s self-driving cars.
Porn star Taylor Jackson and her boyfriend decided to film themselves having sex inside the Tesla while it was driving down the road before sharing the raunchy footage on Pornhub.
Tesla has never commented on the clip, but it appears Musk was rather amused by the incident.
Although not mentioning the video directly, he tweeted: "Turns out there's more ways to use Autopilot than we imagined."
He followed that tweet with a second which read: "Shoulda seen it coming…"
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