“Keep Money In Crypto”

Famous billionaire Elon Musk shared a striking image from his personal Twitter account. In the image shared by Musk, the bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), one of the biggest bank bankruptcies recorded in the USA since the 2008 global financial crisis, and the decision of the US bank Silvergate, which focuses on crypto money trading, to end its activities by not overcoming the crisis after the FTX collapse. It seems that he refers to the collapse of banks and the point where cryptocurrencies stand against them.

Elon Musk shared a visual on his personal Twitter account that shows a man with two buttons in front of him, confused and panicking. The first of the buttons in front of the man, who appears to be confused and panicked, reads “crypto is a scam, keep money in banks“, while the second button reads “banks are scams, keep money in crypto“. Musk’s post received more than 10 million views in a short time, while it received thousands of comments, RTs and tens of thousands of likes.

It is understood that Musk shared such a visual, especially due to the SVB, which recently went bankrupt in the USA. The bankruptcy of the SVB was one of the largest recorded bankruptcies in the US since the 2008 global financial crisis.

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