This is a simple flashcard memory game which uses logos of a couple duzen cryptocurrencies including Bitcoin, Etherium and Dogcoin.
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Match pairs before the time runs out.
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Over the past couple years cryptocurrencies have been one of the best performing asset classes as they have enjoyed positive sentiment and a FOMO bubble from concerns over currency debasement and negative real interest rates. As of the date of publication the entire cypto marketplace was worth over $2 trillion, with Bitcoin having a valuation above $1 trillion and around a 50% dominance.
One of the other best performing assets has been Tesla stock, particularly as many hedge funds front ran it being included in the S&P 500 index.
Elon Musk has burned short sellers for years. He has walked on water even as production volumes did not meet expectations, the full autonomous driving service keeps getting pushed back, etc.
the point a big market delusion is if you look at the electric vehicle industry in aggregate, it’s worth about 80 percent as much of all other vehicle makers combined. And by the way, over half of all electric vehicles are made by those other existing players who make conventional cars and electric cars.
So, the EV specialists comprise less than half of the EV market and have total valuation very nearly that of companies that collectively produce nearly a hundred times as many vehicles.
Elon Musk made a splash when Tesla announced it bought $1.5 billion in Bitcoin in a regulatory filing. Tesla not only accumulated a core position in Bitcoin, but they also traded in and out of their position even as Elon Musk caused Bitcoin and Dogcoin prices to rise or fall at will by tweeting about them.
Elon was once fined by the SEC for claiming he had funding secured to take the company private at $420 a share (this was before the 2020 5-1 stock split, so $2,100 on a split-adjusted basis). In a 60 Minutes interview Elon Musk said he did not respect the SEC.
When the original dot com bubble burst it was due to a change in investor (err, speculator) psychology after Barron’s published an article on tech stocks named “Burning Up” on March 20, 2000. Around that same time a small company named MicroStrategy had to restate earnings, leading their stock to crash 62%. The CEO of MicroStrategy back then was Michael J. Saylor. He is still the CEO today and he is the one who encouraged Elon Musk to make Bitcoin a treasury asset. Today MicroStrategy holds over $4 billion in Bitcoin.
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