Elon Musk Removes Warren Buffett’s Crypto Meme From Twitter Soon After Posting

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla continues to show his admiration for memes. After the recently published Dogecoin and Skype meme, centibillionaire posted a cryptocurrency meme with legendary investor Warren Buffett and along with his fake quote on crypto.

This memoir contains a quote from the head of Berkshire Hathaway which said:

“Find as many coins as you can. And fast!”

However, Musk later deleted it from his Twitter profile. According to The Independent, the tweet was already shared about 7,000 times before Musk removed it.

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There is another meme linked to Buffett posted in the comment thread, and Musk responded by referring to the California restaurant chain and “buffet” in his tweet.

Warren Buffett is an all-time legendary investor who has always been a tough bitcoin critic. He certainly believes BTC is a bubble, in terms of investment rather than a gamble. A few years ago, he referred to the flagship digital currency as “rat poison squared”.

Justin Sun, the founder of Tron Blockchain who won the chance to dine with him( Warren) , through a charity auction by paying over $4 million.

The event has been postponed several times since 2019 and finally took place in January 2020. Justin Sun brought with him other crypto influencers and heads of crypto companies.

Some significant personalities like LTC’s Charlie Lee,  etoro’s Yoni Assia, Binance US representative, and others. While Binance CEO CZ declined the invitation to join with others.

During that meeting, Justin presented Buffett with a smartphone containing some BTC, TRX, and other cryptos in a digital wallet.

It has been recently reported that Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has invested about half a billion dollars in Nubank, a Brazilian digital bank.

Easynvest Brokerage Company has been recently acquired by Nubank and the two firms are together planning to start offering Bitcoin-based ETFs to their customers.

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