Elon Musk used a secret Twitter account to talk about cryptocurrencies

In a tweet published on Monday (24), Elon Musk used a screenshot to teach his followers how to activate monetization on their profiles. “Just click Monetization in settings”said the billionaire.

However, the most observant eyes noticed that the owner of Twitter had a backup account.

Elon Musk’s tweet revealed that a billionaire has a reserve account.

The community then rushed to find out what the name of this mysterious account was and discovered the profile called Elon Test (@ErmnMusk). According to information from Vice, such a profile picture has not been used anywhere else, that is, it really belongs to the billionaire.

Elon Musk used a secondary account to talk about cryptocurrencies and a fake FTX bankruptcy

Elon Musk’s secondary account was created in November last year, shortly after the billionaire completed the purchase of Twitter. In addition, the bankruptcy of FTX was the topic of the moment and this profile took the opportunity to mock the situation.

Not that Musk needed anonymity for that. After all, the billionaire had already publicly stated that Sam Bankman-Fried was a ‘shit’.

In one of the first tweets from his secondary account, Elon Musk communicates with his main account.

“Is this a real porn video?”

Elon Musk uses a secondary account to talk about FTX.

On the same day, the billionaire comments on a photo of Caroline Ellison, CEO of Alameda Research, an investment firm linked to FTX and believed to be the main reason for the brokerage’s bankruptcy.

“The man had a net worth of $16 billion and he risked everything for it”commented on the profile that posted the photo.

“I like librarians”Musk replied with his secondary account.

Elon Musk comments on a photo by Caroline Ellison of Alameda Research.

Finally, Elon Musk also commented on rumors of Sam Bankman-Fried’s possible escape to Argentina before his arrest. “Buenos Aires is such a beautiful city, I can understand why he wants to visit”mocked the owner of Twitter.

Elon Musk also interacted with other billionaires

Also on November 13, Elon Musk continued his prank saga, focusing on other big names in addition to Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX.

“Satoshi had the right idea”tweeted Michael Saylor.

“Do you like Japanese girls?”Musk replied with his fake profile.

Elon Musk interacting with the CEO of MicroStrategy on his reserve account.

“Binance CEO: More companies could go out of business in the coming weeks”Bitcoin Magazine tweeted.

“Oh no”Musk responded.

Elon Musk mocks the crash in the crypto industry.

“Crypto is confusing”

Elon Musk talks about cryptocurrencies in a secondary profile on Twitter.

Finally, Elon Musk also begged for someone to follow him. “Only one person follows me (sigh)”. The billionaire reported this two weeks later “Nobody Follows Me Now”.

“Hello, please follow me.”

Elon Musk begs for attention on his secondary account.

Finally, while Elon Musk’s main account is one of the most followed accounts on the platform, the billionaire hasn’t been able to attract attention without his notoriety and maybe that’s why he hasn’t used his secondary account as much.

After revealing that the account belonged to him, the number of followers rose to nearly 30,000, but Musk deleted the account shortly after on Tuesday morning.

Source: Live Coins