Musk tweets ‘Baby Shark’ and the shareholder gets a bang

Musk tweets ‘Baby Shark’ and the shareholder gets a bang
Musk tweets ‘Baby Shark’ and the shareholder gets a bang

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BERLIN, GERMANY DECEMBER 01: SpaceX owner and Tesla CEO Elon Musk poses on the red carpet of the Axel Springer Award 2020 on December 01, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. (Photo by Britta Pedersen-Pool/Getty Images)

Elon Musk’s tweets confirm once again destabilizing for the shares and cryptocurrencies on which the volcanic founder of Tesla turns his spotlight on. Musk only needed to tweet the famous children’s song ‘Baby Shark’ to get the shares of Samsung Publishing, the second shareholder of SmartStudy, the producer of a viral video that since 2018, had almost 8.7 billion views on the Seoul Stock Exchange off the ground. YouTube.

“Baby Shark destroys everyone! More views than humans! ”Chirped Musk, attaching the video of the most viewed shark family on Earth. The stock of Samsung Publishing, after the tweet, has come to earn up to 10%.

The same had happened with Bitcoins. When the California-based high-end electric car company said it intended to accept bitcoin as a means of payment for its products, the cryptocurrency jumped 10% to a new record of over $ 44,000. Then, on the contrary, when Elon Musk reversed on Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency collapsed by 16%, falling from 51,000 to a low of 46,045 euros. On Twitter, the Tesla boss showed concern over the use of fossil fuels in the production of bitcoin, announcing that the group will no longer accept it as a form of payment for the brand’s cars, preferring any other cryptocurrencies that generate less pollution.


Musk tweets Baby Shark shareholder bang

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