- Recently, the crypto Twitter community trolled Elon Musk
- The CEO of Tesla got so many negative replies
This comes after Michael Saylor replied to Elon Musk on Twitter. Saylor said Bitcoin is electric money. He also added that real cars use more electricity than toy cars.
#Bitcoin is electric money. Real cars use more electricity than toy cars. The article above is full of logical errors and falsehoods. Bitcoin is the most efficient technology for converting energy into prosperity we have yet to devise.
— Michael Saylor (@michael_saylor) May 20, 2021
When Saylor argued the article’s integrity about Bitcoin’s energy problems, Elon Musk quickly rushed to mock him. He called Saylor “Gigachad.”
As a result, the crypto Twitter community reacted to Musk’s response. The reactions were so adverse that he promptly deleted the tweet. It seems that Elon Musk is not welcome in the neighborhood. This could be that people are getting tired of his tweets.
The Twitter community said Musk got “ratio’d” by Mike. And then he deleted the tweet. People mean by ratio when the comments and interactions superseded the number of likes. Also, some considered it a bad signal when a tweet receives a lot of criticism on the replies.
Also, it could be maybe the losses after the crash following his claims. Musk said that Bitcoin is dangerous for the environment. This the last straw for many cryptocurrency enthusiasts who are no longer afraid to criticize him.
After few hours, Musk said he won’t sell any Dogecoin. Besides, he shared a picture of a dollar bill with a picture of a dog. He did not say anything specific. But some people considered the tweet was hinting at the possibility of Dogecoin reaching 1$ soon.