Anonymous hacker group has targeted Elon Musk

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Elon Musk, the CEO of the technological behemoth Tesla, was targeted by a notorious group of hackers responsible for some of the most high-profile digital heists in recent memory.

According to TMZ, the anonymous account has caused a lot of trouble for a variety of organizations, including PayPal and Scientology, which is now targeting Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

They have targeted Elon in their most recent video, claiming that the power he wields over cryptocurrency markets, as well as the arrogant manner in which he wields it, has gone too far, particularly in relation to Bitcoin, which has reacted irrationally to Elon’s recent statements.

TMZ reported that while Elon has “positioned himself as concerned about the environment with Tesla’s pivot away from Bitcoin,” Anonymous claims that he “doesn’t practice what he preaches within the company- hurling many allegations against him and Tesla’s practices at large.”

The anonymous went on to say that Elon suffers from a “superiority complex” – noting that he once dubbed himself the “Emperor of Mars” – and that his constant crypto trolling is harming working-class people and their prospects.

The anonymous concluded his letter by saying that “Elon is not a friend to the common man,” which they considered themselves to be.

Elon Musk recently announced that Tesla will no longer accept bitcoin as payment for its vehicles due to concerns that it will increase the use of fossil fuels.

On Wednesday, the business magnate and SpaceX founder issued a statement about the situation on Twitter. In late March, Tesla had only recently begun accepting bitcoin.

Tesla will no longer sell any of the USD 1.5 billion worth of bitcoin it purchased earlier this year, according to the 49-year-old industrial designer. In the first quarter of 2021, Tesla sold some of that bitcoin, which helped boost the company’s quarterly profit figures.

Elon has also promoted Dogecoin, a cryptocurrency in which Tesla has not invested. Dogecoin, which was created as a parody of bitcoin, is his favorite cryptocurrency and is known as “the people’s crypto.”

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