Elon Musk Tweets About Bitcoin Again — Last Time, It All Ended with an Account Lockout

Marko Vidrih
Jan 10 · 2 min read

The head of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk, once again shook the crypto community with a tweet about the first cryptocurrency.

“Bitcoin is “not” my safe word,” Musk wrote on Twitter, leaving his followers wondering what that might mean.

Of particular mystery to this phrase is the fact that it can be translated as “stop word”, for example, a “safe word” is part of the S&M sex culture. But without additional information, it is certainly impossible to determine.

In October 2018, Musk already published a similar riddle when asking his followers if they want to “buy some Bitcoin”.

In April 2019 Musk wrote in a Twitter only one word, “Ethereum”, then added: “Jk”.

The favorite cryptocurrency to Musk, by his own admission, is Dogecoin.

“Dogecoin might be my fav cryptocurrency. It’s pretty cool,” he wrote shortly before Ethereum post.

In his last correspondence, Musk supported the hunch of one of the users, who suggested that his code word is “Mars”. “Haha, really,” Musk replied.

In 2022, Musk intends to transport equipment to Mars to extract resources and energy, as well as devices for the production of breathable air as part of a plan to colonize the planet.

Author: Marko Vidrih

Featured image credit: inc.com


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