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Bitcoin Doesn’t Need Elon Musk

But it’s nice to have him.

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Twitter is filled with fury about Tesla selling 10% of their Bitcoin holdings, and people are feeling let down by Elon. They shouldn’t be, though. Elon isn’t essential to Bitcoin, and in the end, most investors would have sold at least some of their holdings.




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