Musk tried to explain Bitcoin technology to Harry Potter author

US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Harry Potter author Joan Rowling asked Twitter users to explain to her how Bitcoin works. Elon Musk also answered her and simultaneously criticized the actions of central banks, which depreciate the currency and make even bitcoin “look reliable”

Billionaire Elon Musk answered the question of the author of Harry Potter Joanne Rowling, who on Twitter asked to explain Bitcoin technology to her.

Rowling received several hundred responses from both supporters and opponents of cryptocurrency. The writer also answered with the @Bitcoin account, writing : “Wizards still have to trust Gringotts Bank (A bank in the Harry Potter universe controlled by goblins. – ed.).

Bitcoin fixes that.” Rowling replied to this: “I don’t think I trust this [bitcoin].” In addition, Rowling responded with the creator of one of the world’s largest cryptocurrencies Ethereum Vitalik Buterin.

Twitter Rowling users weren’t impressed. “People explain bitcoin to me and, frankly, these are blah blah blah blah collections (My Little Pony?) Blah blah blah blah computers (I have one) blah blah blah crypto (sounds creepy) blah blah blah understand the risks (although I don’t understand),” Rowling wrote.

Musk answered this record. He agreed that something looks like this, and did not fail to criticize the monetary policy of central banks. “Although the massive emission of money by central banks makes ghostly (Musk used ghost emoji. – Forbes ) money on the Internet, bitcoins look reliable,” Musk said. He added that he owns 0.25 bitcoin.

Rowling Mask didn’t answer, but in a series of tweets she admitted that discussing bitcoin was like white noise for her: “I can’t and never understand bitcoin, but I love you because you think I can.” In another entry, Rowling noted that readers might as well have sent her a Sanskrit scroll. “I do not want to program money. I can barely handle the TV, ” she concluded.


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