- At a time when people consider trading Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies highly risky, a young man said he has made it
- Taking to Twitter, the man shared photos of the electric car that he bought for himself, a thing he did with profit from crypto trading
- The man excitedly declared that the year 2021 will be great and it is a time when all dreams are realised
A young man with the Twitter handle @PostyXBT has got people talking on Twitter after he revealed that he was able to get a Tesla car through the profit he made from cryptocurrency.
In a post on Wednesday, April 21, he shared snaps of the automobile, revealing that he has always wanted to get himself the electric car before Bitcoin made it possible.
The man expressed joy at being able to stay with his hustle and making it despite all as he added that the year 2021 will be the best time to achieve greater goals.
To celebrate his feat, the man posted two photos of the new automobile. One of the snaps had the car doors opened in a wing shape.
See his post below:
As of the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered hundreds of reactions. Briefly News compiled some of them below:
"First time I've seen the rear doors open. Do they slide straight up or do they spread out a little when they raise up like that?"
"Congrats! That is one nice tesla, can't wait till I buy mine from crypto! I'm on my way."
"Wow congratulations! I love Tesla as well and I hope to acquire one in the nearest future."
"Care to explain how you did it? Used DeFi? A crypto bank like BlockFi, trading with leverage or just hodling and selling?"
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that Elon Musk's Tesla management are not finding things funny on the Chinese automobile market since the rise of the Hongguang Mini EV which is said to be the cheapest and popular car in China at the moment.
According to Aljazeera in a recent Twitter video publication, the tiny mini electric vehicle, which is in the price range of R72 000, runs at a max speed of 100km/h and a distance of 120km to 170km on a charge.
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