Aave (AAVE-USD) Cryptocurrency is currently on bullish momentum by 15.21% in the last 6 hours. At 00:56 EST on Tuesday, 18 May, Aave (AAVE-USD) is at $634.53.
Currently, Aave (AAVE-USD) has 204105 Twitter followers and 9678 Reddit subscribers.
As of now, on Github, there are 281 forks, 656 stars, and 80 subscribers.
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Bitcoin nurses losses as musk’s spats on twitter whipsaw token. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 17 May, "Responding to another thread criticizing his Bitcoin stance, Musk said: "Obnoxious threads like this make me want to go all in on Doge.", "Tesla Chief Executive Officer Musk spent the past couple of days dueling on Twitter with critics of his decision to suspend payments using Bitcoin on environmental concerns. "
Bitcoin crashes to $42,000 after Elon Musk tweet-storm – but rebounds after he clarifies Tesla hasn't sold its holdings. According to Business Insider on Monday, 17 May, "A single coal mine in Xinjiang flooded, almost killing miners, and Bitcoin hash rate dropped 35%. "
Elon Musk just reopened an old wound in the Bitcoin world. According to Bloomberg Quint on Sunday, 16 May, "With Bitcoin well off its recent highs, Musk’s revival of the blocksize fight is just another annoyance for the community.", "Ultimately the small blockers won, and the big blockers broke away and launched Bitcoin Cash, which has largely languished over the last 3 years."
Billionaire’s Bitcoin dream shapes his business empire in Norway. According to Bloomberg Quint on Saturday, 15 May, "Kjell Inge Rokke, who started out as a fisherman to build a roughly $5 billion fortune in Norway’s offshore industry, has already revealed his belief that Bitcoin will be "on the right side of history." Now Aker ASA, Rokke’s industrial investment company, says it’s open to the idea of accepting payment in the cryptocurrency.", "In an interview earlier this year, Governor Oystein Olsen called it "far too resource-intensive, far too costly and most importantly, it doesn’t preserve stability." Concerns over the carbon footprint of Bitcoin mining this week prompted Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk — a former fan of the cryptocurrency — to turn his back on it."
Elon Musk keeps trolling the Bitcoin purists. According to Bloomberg Quint on Monday, 17 May, "Whatever qualms regular corporate treasurers had over sticking Bitcoin on their balance sheet had been drowned out by the tech influencers promising to keep buying – including Musk, who threw $1.5 billion at crypto back in February.", "Jack Dorsey’s Square Inc. recently looked on the back foot when it said it would continue to assess its Bitcoin investment "on an ongoing basis," while also trying to make it greener."
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