The feud and differences between Bitcoin Maximalist and Tesla‘s CEO Elon Musk does not seem to be ending anytime soon.
Tesla, SpaceX, and The Boring Company CEO Elon Musk have taken another witty jab at BTC Maxis by wondering how many people are required to change a light bulb.
Names like Michael Saylor, Dan Held, Raoul Pal, and others contributed to the avalanche of comments.
Musk has been often participating with the community since the beginning of the year, when he said he regretted not buying bitcoin years ago and then revealed that his EV company had actually purchased $1.5 billion in BTC.
The majority of the conversations used to be positive, but that all changed when Tesla banned BTC payments due to environmental concerns.
Most Bitcoin maximalists changed their tunes when Musk started slamming the cryptocurrency for its excessive energy usage levels.
However, it appears that Tesla’s CEO approaches much of it with a sense of humour, as evidenced by the most recent example, which was released earlier today.
On Twitter, he retweeted a common question: “How many Bitcoin maxis does it take to put in a lightbulb?” Later, his own response was ironic as well.
“That’s not funny!” – Bitcoin maxis
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 25, 2021
Some well-known Bitcoin maximalists and other cryptocurrency commentators swiftly weighed in on the topic.
MicroStrategy’s CEO, Michael Saylor, was one of the first to see the irony: “If you give us 10 minutes, maybe we can hash out the answer,” he said, referring to how the Bitcoin network operates.
Peter McCormack, the podcaster who recently interviewed El Salvador’s President about the country’s BTC adoption, took a shot at Musk, while Raoul Pal discussed his thoughts on the BTC mega tribe.
Dan Held, Kraken’s Head of Growth, interestingly answered with a reference to Elon Musk’s favorite meme coin, Dogecoin.