Binance CEO’s Reply To Elon Musk’s Tweet Turns Into A Hot Thread About Cryptos And Cars
One of Elon Musk’s latest tweets has excited the crypto world in ways that few tweets do. On Monday, Elon, who is the CEO of Tesla and founder of SpaceX, shot out a tweet stating that he loved anime. He then followed it up with a nice anime image with a huge Bitcoin logo on it. The tweet read,”Wanna buy some Bitcoin?” The genius even threw some happy emojis in there. The image was sourced from a website called Cryptocurrency Girls that depicts various popular cryptos as anime characters.
Within hours of the tweet going live, the internet was all abuzz with a kind of surprised shock about Elon’s sudden turn-around in matters Bitcoin. Soon, various influential twitter users were all in, engaging Elon in matters crypto. One of the most notable figures on the thread is the founder of Binance, Zhao Changpeng. To bring the heating talk to a nice boil, Zhao offered to buy a Tesla car if the company can accept crypto payments.
That wasn’t the end of it. Soon, the thread was filled with numerous twitter characters having conversations with Elon Musk and Zhao Changpeng. Indeed, the tweet attracted over 8,000 likes and got retweeted more than 3,000 times within a few hours. The thread even took a funnier turn when Zhao requested someone to “please make more anime for Elon.” Another twitter user contributing on the thread went out of their way to request Zhao to try and make Elon acquire some BNB. BNB is the official crypto token launched by Binance. Binance is the largest crypto exchange by trading volume.
The thread went on smoothly, with various users coming in to share their opinions about Tesla, cryptos, and Binance. Someone even asked Binance to start a trollbot on their site to enable users to hold conversations while trading. However, Zhao responded by saying that, indeed, Binance had launched such a chatbox, but things didn’t go well due to people using abusive language on the chat. It had to be shut down. Another user expressed optimism that Tesla could become the first car maker company to accept crypto payments.
In concise terms, the thread was full of fun and vigor as twitter users trooped in droves to help Elon Musk talk about cryptos and his love for anime. However, things almost got a little thick when twitter locked Elon’s account. They thought he had been hacked – since he doesn’t really talk about cryptos and Bitcoin that much. It was later unlocked after verifying that it was really Elon Musk trying to lighten up the crypto space.
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