Elon Musk was a guest on the Lex Fridman Podcast. Various topics are discussed in a 2.5 hour conversation. Of course, it has to do with Musk’s plans with Tesla and SpaceX. But bitcoin is also under review. You can find the full video at the bottom of this article.
Musk is one of the most talked about people in the bitcoin and cryptocurrency world of 2021, without directly contributing to bitcoin itself (as far as is known). In February of this year Did Tesla Buy Bitcoin itself? to put the balance. The move also led to new record prices at the beginning of this year. It marked the start of a year in which Musk regularly spoke about bitcoin or other events in the cryptocurrency world. It is not always positive.
Musk gets to know Bitcoin and sees it as solving some problems. It’s not for nothing that his Tesla still has bitcoin as a company. At the same time, he doesn’t seem to be fully aware of the developments or even playing a game. The best man, whatever you think of him, is not a retard. Partly for this reason, our editor Arnold noticed something in the conversation with Friedman.
He talks in the podcast, among other things, about a file Network LightningThe layer on top of Bitcoin allows for faster transactions. Soon, Musk ignores the fact that this is there to prove a point.
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There is no doubt that Musk has a lot on his mind and you can forget about these kinds of things. However, it became clear that Musk would not yet play a leading role like fellow tech billionaire. Jack Dorsey You want to do in the bitcoin world, for example.
So it is not known what game Musk is playing here. He obviously loves to flirt with coins like Dogecoin. These are supposed to work faster and more efficiently than Bitcoin. This is nonsense, of course, but Musk does it publicly.
You can watch the full conversation with Musk and Fridman in the video below. At about the 50th minute, the conversation begins to move in a direction that will be of particular interest to bitcoin customers.
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