Although Bitcoin has captured the hearts and minds of amateur gamblers and Ponzi schemers, it's still an orphan child among most financial managers. Warren Buffett thinks the crypto-currency "will come to a bad ending," while his long-time adviser Charlie Munger described it as "noxious poison."
Now, Elon Musk doesn't fit any stereotype about multibillionaire CEOs -- unless you've been watching too many Iron Man reruns -- but he also doesn't appear to be on the hype train. He does own a tiny amount of Bitcoin, but as he recently revealed, it's not even enough to buy new tires for his Tesla.
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