Anonymous can’t sit still, this time the world-famous hacker group has stepped in and Elon Musk is the target of the “riots” he caused to the cryptocurrency market.
A YouTube video claiming to be from the hacker group Anonymous is aimed squarely at Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, saying his tweets have shaken markets, disrupted the lives of hard-working and caused the community to really rage.
Elon Musk is not “innocent”. Over the weekend, Elon Musk posted a photo of a “breakup” of Bitcoin causing the price of BTC to fall on the road to recovery. The surprising move comes less than a month after he discussed with Bitcoin miners about renewable energy – BTC Mining Council was established, paving the way back to Bitcoin.
However, just 24 hours after announcing he was cutting ties with Bitcoin, Musk continued to stir up the community with another surprising move.
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After taking issue with Musk’s environmental and labor record, Anonymous’s video showed Musk turning away from Bitcoin for fear of Tesla losing government subsidies. The hacker group also called Musk’s move to set up a Bitcoin mining council an attempt to take control of the industry.
It is now widely believed that he was forced to denounce his company’s involvement with Bitcoin in order to keep government money flowing into Tesla’s coffers.
The video also has some of the harshest comments for Musk for “helping” wipe billions of dollars of value from the cryptocurrency market with mere personal “entertainment” words.
Millions of retail investors have really looked to cryptocurrency returns to improve their lives. They are hardworking people, and then their dreams are liquidated because of public anger. Not only that, he continued to mock them with memes by sitting in his own million-dollar mansions.
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The video, at the time of writing, has had 1.9 million views, ending with a signature sign of the group. “You might think you’re the smartest, but now you’ve met your match. We are Anonymous! We are Legion! Please wait for us.”
Although many people have posted a copy of the video to Musk’s twitter, the Tesla CEO has yet to directly respond. However, he posted a tweet on the afternoon of June 6, which could be interpreted as a response. He simply said, “Don’t attack what you hate. Save what you hold dear.”
Don’t kill what you hate,
Save what you love
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 5, 2021
Given the nature and name of the decentralized hacker group, it is impossible to be 100% certain that the video was created by members of Anonymous. However, this video still bears all the hallmarks of previous videos being accepted as created by team members.
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