Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg (Mark Zuckerberg) and Elon Musk (Elon Musk) have had a long-term dispute over the use of artificial intelligence and the data collection practices of social media giants. He may have a dispute with his Tesla. Reached an agreement with SpaceX counterparts on cryptocurrency. Zuckerberg shared a picture of two goats in his latest post on Facebook and said that one of them was named “Bitcoin.” Despite his terrible name, his position has sparked speculation that the billionaire tycoon is supporting this cryptocurrency.

Zuckerberg’s short essay only says: “My Goat: Max and Bitcoin.” This photo shows two goats looking for a needle in a haystack. However, it has received more than 1.2 million responses and more than 2.85 million comments. In addition, 24,000 Facebook users even shared it.

A Facebook user named Sohana Saba asked him which of the two goats was called Bitcoin, and another user named Vaibhav Mishra asked, “Where is Dogecoin?”

After Musk began posting tweets in February this year, Dogecoin is a cryptocurrency whose value has risen sharply, reaching 70 cents at one time. Musk has said that cryptocurrency may be the future currency of the earth, but he is not sure which currency it will be or that there will be several such currencies.

After Zuckerberg published this article, a series of speculations appeared on Twitter and whether the founder of Facebook extended support for Bitcoin through this article.

The hatred between Musk and Zuckerberg dates back to 2016, when a SpaceX rocket exploded and destroyed the Facebook satellite.

Since then, they have debated almost everything-from artificial intelligence to rockets. In the Facebook live broadcast, Zuckerberg supported the idea of ​​artificial intelligence and called opponents “very irresponsible.” Musk, who had called for certain artificial intelligence regulations, responded on Twitter that Zuckerberg “has limited understanding of the subject.”

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