Bitcoin (Bitcoin) Fell by $1,400 in half an hour on November 9, after Tesla (TSLA) stock was suddenly sold off.
Tesla fell 12%, Bitcoin fell 2%
At the time of writing, the currency pair hit $66,650 and then rebounded to around $67,000. Still up $1,000 That day.
After setting an all-time high of US$1,245 on November 5, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk’s Sell 10% of his holdings, It was worth about 23 billion U.S. dollars at the time.
On November 9, negative sentiment accelerated significantly as TSLA lost 12% in the minutes before recovery. In contrast, BTC fell by about 2%.
Cook: Apple has no plans to accept cryptocurrency
This move seems to cover up the news that Apple CEO Tim Book owns cryptocurrency. In an interview, Cook still eased any optimism about possible corporate cryptocurrency acceptance or purchase, saying that there is currently no plan to do so.
“I do. I think it is reasonable to own it as part of a diversified portfolio,” he said at the DealBook conference. according to To CNBC.
As Cointelegraph reported, Musk still has more hands-on capabilities in Bitcoin and selected altcoins. Tesla retains its $1.5 billion BTC allocation Started earlier this year.
“If Apple adds support for Bitcoin on the iPhone and converts their treasury to the Bitcoin standard, it will be worth at least one trillion U.S. dollars for their shareholders,” MicroStrategy CEO Michael Saylor Responded.