Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been led by a group of hackers who have committed some of the biggest digital scams in the past, according to a report by TMZ. In a recent video released by the hacker team, Musk criticized the strength of the cryptocurrency markets.
The anonymous account where the video was posted said that Tesla’s proud attitude towards the cryptocurrency has gone far enough, especially with regard to Bitcoin, as he reacted uncontrollably to his latest tweets.
The hacker group claimed that Musk was “concerned with the Tesla pivot about Bitcoin, not practicing preaching in the company itself, denouncing allegations against him and Tesla’s practices in general.” reported stated.
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Moreover, taking the attack to a personal level, the Anonymous account said that Musk has “complex dominance”, warning that he once called himself “Emperor of Mars”. “The group also said it hurts working class people and their future by the constant trolling of cryptocurrencies.” Elon is not a friend of the average man, “he said.
Last month, Musk announced that Tesla would not accept Bitcoin as a payment for its cars. They said that although Bitcoin will continue to be supported, its reputation cannot have a cost to the environment. The EV company had previously announced that it would accept Bitcoin as a payment for its electric vehicles and by the end of March it had only just started accepting Bitcoin payments. Bitcoin was down 10% shortly after Musk’s announcement.
Lately, tweets about cryptocurrencies have been on the rise, and each of them is believed to have an impact on the highs and lows of these volatile virtual currencies. This didn’t go down too much with his hardcore fans either.
Musk also released another cryptocurrency, Dogecoin, which they did not invest. However, after calling the guest-host in the Saturday Night Live Comedy sketch TV show the “host” instead, the value of the currency fell.
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