Elon Musk closely follows the price movements in Bitcoin and continues to share on his twitter. However, this time he is not using the word Bitcoin. While the reason why Musk, who preferred to be open in his statements until now, gave such a subtle message, is unknown, the subsequent posts confused.
Musk shared the message “Tesla has diamond hands” after Bitcoin’s strong rise from $ 30,000, and this was interpreted as Tesla did not sell his Bitcoins in this fall.
While Bitcoin was trying to get up from where it fell, another share came from Musk. This time, Musk pointed to the diamond hands tweet, saying, “Some credit to Master of Coin.”
“Master of Coin”
Bitcoin had risen due to the sharing of diamond hands. So who is this Master Of Coin? To whom was this loan given?
As you know, Tesla reported in a document submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that the titles of company CEO Elon Musk and CFO Zach Kirkhorn had changed.
Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer, Zach Kirkhorn, was given the title of “Master of Coin”.
When this share was considered a loan to Zach Kirkhorn, the question of whether Musk offered Tesla a new opportunity to sell his Bitcoins was confused. Considering that Tesla still hasn’t sold his Bitcoins and their costs are over $ 30,000, Elon Musk won’t be in favor of the price going down to these levels.
After Musk recently waged a war on Bitcoin, it was not understandable that he called those holding Bitcoin “diamond hands”. Because it did not use the term Bitcoin here either. Musk, who likes this kind of speculation, is playing a game again.
Credit to our Master of Coin
– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 19, 2021