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Musk offers to end legal fight, pay $44B to buy Twitter
Business · San Francisco

Musk offers to end legal fight, pay $44B to buy Twitter

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Elon Musk is abandoning his legal battle to back out of buying Twitter by offering to go through with his original $44 billion bid for the social media platform. The mercurial Tesla CEO made the offer in a letter to Twitter, Musk disclosed in a filing Tuesday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing says he’ll complete deal as long as he gets debt financing and provided that the court gets rid of the lawsuit. See the Story
Musk says Twitter deal is 'accelerant' to creating 'everything app'
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Musk says Twitter deal is 'accelerant' to creating 'everything app'

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Elon Musk said on Tuesday buying Twitter Inc is an "accelerant to creating X, the everything app." The billionaire proposed to go ahead with his original offer of $44 billion to take the social media company private. Although Musk has not disclosed his plans for Twitter, he has said the service could charge business and government users.See the Story
Virtual Assets 'Remain Without Legal Tender Status' but Merchants Can Still Accept Them as Payment – Africa Bitcoin News
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Virtual Assets 'Remain Without Legal Tender Status' but Merchants Can Still Accept Them as Payment – Africa Bitcoin News

Bank of Namibia has introduced digital belongings and digital asset service suppliers below its fintech improvements regulatory framework. The central financial institution added additionally it is contemplating amending   applicable laws and regulations diligently in consultation with other relevant authorities. Johannes Gawaxab, the BON governor and a previous critic of cryptocurrencies, is quoted within the assertion acknowledging the way forward for cash is now a essential level.See the Story

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