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The 2 Faces of Elon Musk: The Genius and The Egomaniac
Although this is an unpopular opinion, I do consider myself to be a fairly good people reader and I find this to be a fact... and it's ok, we all have flaws, but I think this flaw gets in his way in a serious way.
On the other hand, even if the opinion is unpopular, nearly everyone around him knows this to be a fact.
Let me share some sources:
A Tesla Investor Who Pullet Out: "he thinks Musk is more concerned with being famous than with building a successful business that stands the test of time, like Ford or General Motors. “In a similar way to Trump, Musk is someone who loves attention. They are the kind of people who love to be famous,” the investor said. In his mind, “Musk smoked that joint on Joe Rogan to create a buzz. All publicity is good publicity, and the only thing he’s scared of the most is when you’re not talking about him.” ... "Musk isn’t Henry Ford, this person contended; he’s Kanye West, a star addicted to his own stardom who pulls the indecent levers of social media to amplify his audience and stroke his ego—someone who will “do or say anything to the detriment of their lives, their companies, and the rest of us, as long as people are talking about them.” - source
There have been almost half a dozen high-level employees at Tesla who have always cringed when Musk withdrew his phone and started tapping out 140- and 280-character missives without any control or oversight." - source
Indeed, one of the ways you can easily see his manchild behavior is by following his Twitter.
I follow him on Twitter and I really love to see his inventions, his milestones, his products, and innovations, but then I have to cringe more than I'd like at his tweets that he definitely thinks make him look "badass", but really makes it seem that he is trying to recover from being an outcast most of his life.
This Dogecoin bullshit is what's leading me to vent through this post... the Dogefather thing is going too far.
Elon is letting his manchild personality #2 take the reigns, and it sucks!
He's been loving all the attention he has been getting and it shows. Blockstream already sent a satellite up there but it's not that he bothers doing research... he is a Crypto Newb - he is shilling Doge.
Now, look at his personality #1 - the guy is a genius... do you think a genius doesn't research something he is highly involved in?
He didn't research it properly because he isn't invested in Doge.
From my point of view, Doge is two things for Elon - he will make money manipulating it (check his reported buys and sells and his tweets) - and he is stroking his ego and attention-seeking personality with all of this Dogefather crap.
Again, do you think this is a sound business decision?
Doge has an extremely high concentration amongst a few accounts that own the majority of the coin. It's elitist and tasteless.
Infinite supply, constantly minted, increasing supply token with infinite inflation as well.
Does that seem like a sound business decision for you? Or something that you even consider Musk's genius Personality #1 considering?
Do your own research on DOGE, don't grab your wallet based on celebrity tweets, even if they are innovators.
This is the final nail on the Doge coffin...
...WHY are you trying to reinvent the wheel!?
With DOGE Devs?
How about you cut your egomania and start considering blockchains with real value, fundamentals, and that don't have serious problems at a structural and fundamental level?
Potentially promising? Do you want to join John McAffee? That's how you do it!