Is Elon Musk's Market Manipulation Good or Bad for Crypto?

Is Elon Musk's Market Manipulation Good or Bad for Crypto?

By TheDesertLynx | Digital Cash Network | 15 May 2021


Eccentric entrepreneur extraordinaire Elon Musk has once again drawn the ire of Bitcoiners for crashing the price by tweeting out his company Tesla's end to its short-lived acceptance of Bitcoin for payments. As the Dogefather, Musk has clearly engaged in some playful market manipulation. But is that entirely a bad thing for the crypto space? This is what I think.

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