RT server and one of the first adopters of the cryptocurrency, Max Keiser, announced that cloud platform giant Oracle may be the next company to join the Bitcoin caravan, according to an anonymous source.
Bitcoin breakthrough from Oracle really? As
Kriptokoin.com , as we have previously reported, Tesla, with a groundbreaking attack on February 8, purchased $1.5 billion worth of Bitcoin, and that other big companies that want to add the cryptocurrency to their balance sheets. announced that he had removed the problems in front of the companies.
Oracle founder and CEO, Larry Ellison, has been on Tesla’s board of directors since December 2018. In fact, he is the company’s second largest shareholder after CEO Elon Musk. The bet sure paid off: Ellison has made more than $12 billion in the past three years on Tesla shares alone, profiting heavily from the e-car maker’s unstoppable rally. This development brought Ellison’s personal net worth to $81.2 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaire Index.
Meanwhile, Oracle also started tinkering with blockchain, the technology that underpins Bitcoin in late 2018. In July 2018, Oracle released its own “blockchain-as-a-service” solution for businesses in segments such as shipping and real estate.
Tesla’s plans may have been leaked by an employee
According to CNBC’s Phil LeBeau, it’s about time since the US Securities and Exchange Board (SEC) official release of paperwork. A week ago, there was talk about Tesla buying Bitcoin.
While Musk tweeted about Dogecoin and talked about the cryptocurrency being on top of mainstream adoption; fueled the rumors.
On the other hand, a Reddit user explained some details about Tesla’s Bitcoin purchases a month ago. However, the numbers in the post, which is currently circulating actively on social media, are not very visible.