Obviously bitcoin super fans tend to be Tesla super fans, and there actually tends to be a lot of symbiosis between those two groups, so it probably won’t surprise anyone at all. So I don’t know, it’s a little bit unclear how many people are going to be taking up Tesla’s offer to spend bitcoin on cars, but it seems like pretty good marketing to me actually in terms of speaking to that bitcoin audience and kind of formalizing all of these associations that we might have in our minds between EV enthusiasts and bitcoin fans.
MC: How would it work exactly? Do I just go to the website and pick out the car that I want and then give them my bitcoin information and then order the car?
LG: Well, Mike you’d have to have bitcoin to do that first, just an FYI. And as you stated at the top of the show, you’re not a crypto guy, so.
MC: I’m speaking hypothetically!
LG: [Laughing] Oh, OK, OK.
MC: … for the benefit of our listeners, Lauren.
GB: And that’s true, actually. In fact, Mike, you would have had to had one bitcoin at the time that they made this announcement, because that was, the value of a bitcoin was basically equal to the base model three. So just need one. But yeah, so this is something that still needs to be worked out. Tesla has basically said that they plan to take bitcoin at some point in the future. They haven’t said