Well-known Bitcoin proponent and popular in the community Anthony Pompliano predicts that Tesla and SpaceX will almost inevitably add Bitcoin to their assets.
Obviously, Pompliano’s tweet was a response to Elon Musk’s laconic message with the word “bitcoin“. In addition, there was another cryptic message from the entrepreneur:
“In retrospect, it was inevitable.”
Elon Musk’s tweet is believed to have an immediate impact on the price of bitcoin, as the consolidating bitcoin skyrocketed to $ 37,600 (up 17.5%). If BTC can overcome the $ 38,000 short-term resistance area, it could reach $ 50,000 at the end of February.
Interestingly, about a month ago, Microstrategy CEO Michael Sailor proposed converting Tesla’s reserves from dollars to bitcoins:
“If you want to provide your shareholders with a $ 100 billion service, convert your TSLA balance from US dollars to BTC. Other firms in the S&P 500 will follow your lead, and it will grow to $ 1 trillion over time. ”
If you want to do your shareholders a $ 100 billion favor, convert the $ TSLA balance sheet from USD to #BTC. Other firms on the S&P 500 would follow your lead & in time it would grow to become a $ 1 trillion favor.
– Michael Saylor (@michael_saylor) December 20, 2020
Perhaps the situation in the stock market, when popular stock market brokers, including Robinhood, stopped trading Gamestop (GME) and AMC Entertainment Holdings (AMC) due to the pumping of retail traders from the Wall Street Bets community, made Musk think about independent Bitcoin.
In the end, he made a rather sad observation:
“You cannot sell houses
you don’t own anything
you cannot sell cars
you may not have but
you * can * sell shares
not having them ?!
shorting is a scam “
u can’t sell houses u don’t own
u can’t sell cars u don’t own
u * can * sell stock u don’t own !?
this is bs – shorting is a scam
legal only for vestigial reasons
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 28, 2021
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