Elon Musk says costs ‘appear excessive’ after Bitcoin hits new excessive


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Elon Musk says costs ‘appear excessive’ after Bitcoin hits new excessive

Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who has been tweeting on cryptocurrencies with higher frequency for a while now, has stated that costs of Bitcoin now “appear excessive”. His feedback got here after Bitcoin’s complete market worth handed $1 trillion for the primary time on Friday, based on information from CoinDesk.

The main cryptocurrency reached an all-time excessive on $57,492 up to now 24 hours, confirmed the info.

In a reply to crypto skeptic and gold bug Peter Schiff, Musk stated that “BTC & ETH do appear excessive.”

Schiff argued that gold was “actual cash” and higher than each Bitcoin and fiat forex.

“An e mail saying you could have gold is just not the identical as having gold. You may as nicely have crypto,” Musk stated in a tweet on Saturday.

“Cash is simply information that permits us to keep away from the inconvenience of barter. That information, like all information, is topic to latency and error. The system will evolve to that which minimises each,” he added.

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Musk’s electrical automobile firm Tesla earlier this month revealed that it has invested $1.5 billion within the Bitcoin, resulting in a surge within the costs of the cryptocurrency.

Tesla stated it’ll additionally “start accepting bitcoin as a type of fee” for its merchandise within the close to future.

In keeping with early estimates from analyst Dan Ives at Wedbush Securities, Tesla has already made a revenue of about $1 billion over the past month from its funding in Bitcoin.

“Based mostly on our calculations, we estimate that Tesla to this point has made roughly $1 billion of revenue over the past monthTo put this in perspective, Tesla is on a trajectory to make extra from its Bitcoin investments than income from promoting its (electrical automobile) automobiles in all of 2020,” Ives wrote in a word printed on Saturday.

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