You may recall Tesla only got into the Bitcoin game the very same quarter, announcing it would also start accepting the stuff for car payments.
For Liam Denning's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
With the right chemistry and configuration, batteries can send power to the grid rapidly — which is relevant in light of February’s debacle.
The casual reference to Tesla taking Bitcoin as payment down the road is like digital catnip, helping to boost the value of that $1.5 billion bet.
The fact the activist led with this straightforward jab speaks to the difficulty inherent to landing the other punch: namely, getting Exxon to look beyond oil and gas.
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