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Elon’s New $44bn Toy: Crypto Analysts React to What Twitter’s Acquisition Means for Digital Assets

BOSTON, MA – Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) announced on Monday that it has accepted Elon Musk’s $44 billion offer to take the company private. That means that Tesla’s CEO and world’s richest person will soon hold the keys to a platform used by more than 200 million people daily and is at the center of many cryptocurrency conversations and debates.

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Key Takeaways:

  • Musk will soon hold the keys to a platform used by more than 200 million people daily and is at the center of the conversation over cryptocurrency.
  • Sarson Funds’ cryptocurrency analysts give their take on which digital assets might benefit from Twitter’s ownership change.
  • According to analysts, Arweave, Dogecoin, Ethereum Name Service, and Decentralized Social stand to benefit from Musk’s Twitter acquisition.

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About Sarson Funds:

Sarson Funds is an independent provider of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency marketing and educational services. The firm serves the Financial Professional community and their clients by providing cryptocurrency and blockchain technology educational services and investment solutions. Sarson Funds maintains a Fiduciary Standard at all times, bringing Wall Street standards for research, risk management and transparency to digital asset investing. Along with our Investment Manager and Financial Advisor partners, we believe that disruptive innovation requires a disciplined approach to risk management and education.

For more information, please visit Sarson Funds online at www.sarsonfunds.com.

Contacts:

Jenell McLaughlin
1-317-663-8084
[email protected]

Source: Sarson Funds

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