It seems like Elon Musk just can’t stay away from the spotlight.

He tweeted again, and the market crashed. Again. But there might have been the Chinese government involved.

So here’s a rundown of what Musk said, or rather, tweeted this week.

Elon Musk Sets Twitter Ablaze As He Engages In War Of Words With Bitcoin Advocates

Bitcoin Charts Recovery As Elon Musk Clarifies Tesla Has Not Sold Any Part Of Its Crypto Holding

Elon Musk Gets Schooled By Ethereum Co-Founder On How To Improve Dogecoin

Elon Musk Says He Hasn't And Won't Sell Any Dogecoin. Mega Whale Buys 420.69 DOGE On News. Coincidence?

Tesla Still Holds Its Bitcoin, Musk Says While BTC Drops Below ,000

Tesla Has 'Diamond Hands,' Says Elon Musk Confirming It Has Not Sold Bitcoin, Sets Crypto Twitter On Fire Again

And, what’s more important: Elon Musk, Grimes, Miley Cyrus Attended A Crypto-Themed SNL Afterparty With Dogecoin Ice Sculptures


China has been “banning Bitcoin” since 2017. And each time, it significantly influenced the crypto market.

This week it was reported that the Chinese government was considering cracking down on Bitcoin mining and trading, which caused yet another fall.

New Reports Of China's Crypto Crackdown Sparks Fears In Crypto Market As Bitcoin Falls To ,000


The NFT market, although seemingly cooling off, is expanding. This week –– Fox, Dogemon game, and Jesus on Blockchain.

Fox Jumps Into NFT Market With Animated Series By Rick And Morty Creator

This Company Is Putting Nikola Tesla, Abraham Lincoln And Jesus On Blockchain

Elon Musk Fights Sanders And Bezos To Launch Dogecoin Into Space In New NFT Video Game

NFT Market Heats Up As Two Adult Content Stars Launch Their Tokens

‘Lucky’ Mistake

Some users of a crypto lending platform accidentally received Bitcoins, ‘the luckiest’ user received as much as 700 bitcoins (over $25M at press time). But, understandably, the company is trying to get the assets back.

Crypto Lending Platform BlockFi Accidentally Sends Users M In Bitcoin Rewards

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Coins on the move

There are new coins on the block.

One was created to stop Elon Musk’s influence; another one describes itself as a “hyper “deflationary token with a smart staking system.”

There are also “good old” cryptocurrencies that surged significantly over the week.

Here are the coins that caught crypto traders eyes this week: STOPELON Coin Surges 512% In A Day After Crypto Community Gets Into A Fight With Elon Musk

The Next SafeMoon? New Crypto Token CluCoin Surges 1000% On Day One

How One Cryptocurrency Has Fueled Surge In Hard Drive Manufacturing Stocks

What Is Ontology Gas (ONG) Token And Why It Surged 140% In A Day?

Internet Computer (ICP) Crypto Spikes 45% As Bitcoin Finds Way Back Above ,000

Polygon (MATIC) Hits Another All-Time High While Bitcoin, Ethereum, Dogecoin Grapple With 'Extreme Fear'

Markets, Predictions

Even though the market did crash last week, with Bitcoin briefly touching the $32,000 level, it’s not something that long-time investors haven’t seen before. And it is not even as brutal as the Nov 2016-Jan 2017 fall when the market collapsed by as much as 87%.

The overall sentiment remains bullish, despite the fact that some analysts and investors feel bearish in the short term.

Here are some of their thoughts.

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See also: Ethereum Co-Founder Vitalik beoButerin Says Cryptocurrencies Are In A 'Bubble'

Guggenheim CIO Calls Crypto 'Tulipmania' After Predicting Bitcoin Will Hit 0,000

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