5 funny facts about Mr. Elon, who somehow acquired Twitter
Three weeks after beginning to be the market’s largest partner on April 5, he executed an acquisition deal on Tuesday.
The NY Times claims that the businessman spent $43 billion to acquire the social networking platform. Shortly after he bought the stocks, it was announced that he wouldn’t ever join the board of directors. Because it’s free, even my sharpest critics should be on Twitter. Elon said he was looking forward to it becoming a forum focused on unfettered emotion before the acquisition.
He continued, “I’m sure my sharpest critics remain on TWEET as that’s what. He began the “Mars Paradise” project in 2000 with the goal of creating a spacecraft that could set up a greenhouse on Mars. The purpose of Falcon, according to its website, was to “revolutionize rocket technology with the ultimate goal of enabling humans to live on other worlds.
The privately held company’s Dragon spacecraft made history in 2012 when it was the first commercial spacecraft to deliver and receive cargo to and from the International Space Station.
In 2002, Musk established Him, a company devoted to the creation of electric vehicles. Musk has made it a habit to share his ideas on Facebook, and some of them may seem a bit odd. Tesla and Rihanna attended the Gala together after announcing their relationship in May 2019. The artist made her pregnancy known in February 2020, and X A-Xii is born as a result.