Coinkydinks or Grifters Gotta Grift

The Twitter Fail Whale

It’s (probably) no coincidence that as the crypto pyramid scheme collapses that Elon Musk is signaling that he is (probably) pulling out of buying Twitter:

Twitter’s shares plunged more than 17% in pre-market trading in response to the news. Tesla’s shares rose about 5%. So you tell me if this thing is a grift.

 

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7 Responses to Coinkydinks or Grifters Gotta Grift

  1. I wonder if the SEC is giving him enough rop to hang him. This is blatant and open manipulation, real JD Rockefeller/JP Morgan Gilded Era shit

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  2. schmice3 says:

    Agreed

    Liked by 1 person

  3. roket says:

    Also of note. His purchase price is $54.20 per share. At his moment in time, the actual value is $40,90 per share.

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  4. RWW says:

    I suspect that the number of spam/fake accounts is way bigger than 5%. The use of the word “monetized” indicates to me that keeping that number low covers a multitude of sins. Doesn’t it just make sense that spam/fake accounts are extremely difficult to “monetize” on a daily basis because there’s no real person or real email account behind them? Even so, when we’re talking about hundreds of millions of users, isn’t even 5% a huge problem?

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  5. Also, the CEO or twitter fired two top execs yesterday: https://www.theverge.com/2022/5/12/23068851/twitter-product-chief-kayvon-beykpour-bruce-falck-parag-agrawal

    Things are getting fucky as hell.

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  6. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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