Myspace Tom Anderson is buying the dip

Tom Anderson

Remember Myspace? Who doesn’t! Well, Tom Anderson has decided to join the heater chatter surrounding the recent crypto market drop. And he has made his feeling clear.

The tech entrepreneur and cofounder of the social network has revealed that he is buying the dip.

Now retired, he shared his reaction to this latest crypto market correction that pushed the price of Bitcoin down to as low as $30,000 this week. And his reaction is sure to cheer up worried and agitated crypto enthusiasts.

Anderson tweeted “Buying the Dip” and attached a laser eye meme of himself.

Way to go.

The recent market dip has largely been blamed on the latest tweets by another famous and much more active entrepreneur, Elon Musk. Now pretty much a crypto influencer, the Tesla chief announced last week that his car company has suspended vehicle purchases with Bitcoin.

Then came his reply to a tweet hinting that Tesla might be dumping coins that it had in its treasury.

Tom Anderson, on the other hand, has not been actively on Twitter in the past few years, which is why his post was met with comments that were surprised to see him alive. Besides, when he posted, it was mostly pictures from exotic locations from around the world rather than topical crypto memes.

That is because Anderson is now spending most of his time away from public attention.

Now, though, he has shown a little interest in the crypto space with his newest tweet. We’ll have to see whether this builds up and he becomes a crypto influencer or not.

Anderson cofounded Myspace in 2003, which soon became the largest social network in the world. The site reached 115 million users at its peak, before Facebook took the lead in 2009 and hasn’t looked back since.


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