Technology Tesla could hold almost 42,000 bitcoin - according to Elon Musk
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The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) told Tesla last year that its CEO Elon Musk had violated court-ordered policies twice on Twitter, according to records obtained by The Wall Street Journal.In 2018, Tesla and Musk agreed that his tweets would be overseen by company lawyers as part of a settlement with the SEC over alleged fraud after Musk's tweets about a potential buyout of his automobile company.The Journal reports that in May 2020, the SEC told Tesla in a letter that it had failed "to enforce these procedures and controls despite repeated violations by Mr. Musk.
Tesla-Investor Dave Lee has estimated the amount of Bitcoin held by the E car manufacturer using a stock market message. Tesla boss Elon Musk has now agreed to him - at least almost.
in a compulsory message to the US Stock market supervisor SEC declared Tesla that the value of the Bitcoin held by the Group wasto about 1.47 billion US dollars. Tesla Investor Dave Lee has then published an invoice on Twitter, according to the Tesla had something more than 42,000 bitcoin. Tesla boss Elon Musk confirmed this bill, but she was a bit too optimistic.
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Managing Privacy SettingsMusk Complies to Bitcoin Invoice
Specifically, Lee continued the closing price for the Bitcoin on June 30, 2021, which amounted to 35,040 dollars. Accordingly, the Tesla investor came to 42.069 Bitcoin in the Tesla Wallets. Musk answered: "We do not have so many bitcoin, but it's close". Whether 42,068 or, for example, are meant less than 40,000 bitcoin, is not clear. A blur in Lees Invoice, for example, is that the Bitcoin course alone was between 34,155 and 35,189 dollars on June 30th, as .
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and who says that the message sent to the SEC sent to the SEC wrote exactly on the 30th of June - or the corresponding invoice posted on this day - became? On June 29, the Bitcoin course went up to well over $ 36,000. If you take the highest course of this day, around 36,400 dollars, then you would be analogous to Lees bill on just just under 40,400 bitcoin. How many are exactly, but probably only an official message from the company is likely to reveal.Teslas Bitcoin Purchase Cranked Rally at
In the first quarter of this year,worth $ 1.5 billion - and thus the rally that brought the bitcoin course to more than $ 60,000 more Bitcoin than Tesla: MicroStrategy
Elon Musk loves Texas' right-wing "social policies" — at least that's what Greg Abbott says .
Elon Musk appears to embrace his inner conservative just as Tesla attempts to corner the market on electric trucks . Pickups are the No. 1 bestselling vehicle type in America, and Tesla's brand-new cybertruck has the potential to be a huge moneymaker for the company if it can capture even a small chunk of the market for truck buyers. It's no coincidence that Musk is embracing Texas, either, given that more than one out of every six pickups sold in the U.S. is bought there. It appears that Musk's canny marketing for the vehicles might be working, too.