Max Keizer claims to have learned from anonymous sources about a Bitcoin entry by the software company Oracle. Now that Tesla has gone ahead, the move doesn’t seem unlikely.
Max Keizer has fueled the rumor mill about a possible Bitcoin entry from software giant Oracle. In a tweet, the founder of Heisenberg Capital and host of the Keizer Report on Russia Today claims that Oracle CTO Larry Ellison could be the next big bitcoin taker.
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The rumor gains weight from Larry Ellison’s involvement with Tesla. The Oracle founder sits on the board of directors of the e-car company and is the second largest single shareholder after Elon Musk. Since Tesla announced just a few days ago that it had invested 1.5 billion US dollars in Bitcoin, a follow-up by Oracle cannot be ruled out.
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A tweet written in December is now becoming more explosive in this context. Musk was talking about a meeting with Larry Ellison at the time. At the time, a meeting between the partners did not seem unusual and therefore did not attract any attention. Musk didn’t mention a single syllable that the talks might have been about Bitcoin. In retrospect, however, the tweet leaves room for speculation.
Although a Bitcoin entry from Oracle to Tesla does not seem unthinkable, the rumors have not yet been officially confirmed. The source from which the not undisputed journalist Max Keizer wanted to know about the entry will probably remain his secret for the time being. The terse tweet also does not reveal whether Larry Ellison should invest in Bitcoin as a private person or for Oracle.