Friday, January 28

Elon Musk doesn’t like Web 3.0

Elon Musk, the richest man in the world, has hinted that he doesn’t like the so-called Web 3.0. Present in the market for some time, the billionaire has already spoken pro-Bitcoin, Ethereum and especially Dogecoin, the currency he spends most time in public speaking and which he believes is a good meme.

This draws attention as Musk communicates publicly with memes, using his Twitter as a way to express his opinion on a regular basis. In one recent case, his meme that Bitcoin would hit $69,000 on the market went so viral that it became an NFT and sold for millions on the market.

Elon Musk hints that he doesn’t like Web 3.0

According to the website KnowYourMeme, which explains the origin and uses of memes on the internet, the one called “Etiqueta do Mictório” has origins in Brazil, published in 2010 by the humor blog Capinaremos. This illustration shows a men’s room where there are several empty urinals and only one man urinating.

Suddenly, another person appears in the space and walks around the room, going to urinate in the urinal parallel to the one that is already occupied. With its use on the internet, this meme ended up becoming a landmark to show people who are boring and insistent on some subject, especially when they want to convince someone about a specific topic.

So Elon Musk published the meme, indicating that he would be the man who is already pissing, when people annoy him that since he is already in the cryptocurrency business, he could then talk about Web3.0 projects and DAOs, new fads that has appeared on the market in recent months.

Despite this being a simple meme, Elon Musk shows that he may be tired of being asked to participate in web3.0 projects, with people harping on the subject to him quite often.

Present in the cryptocurrency market, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX has participated in events and given his opinion on the market in the past. Even so, he has been singled out as manipulating the cryptocurrency market, something he denies is true.

Musk warned of a market “full of innovations”?

Anyway, the billionaire ended up showing his followers another important reality in the cryptocurrency market, which is the emergence of new projects every day, all of which are presenting themselves as better and more important innovations.

So, using an old meme, Musk may have warned people not to believe in news just because they are hearing about the project, ignoring those insistent who may not have the etiquette to talk to potential investors.