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    Here Are Some Alternate Ways Elon Musk Could Use His 43 Billion Dollars Instead Of Buying Twitter

    Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, proposed to acquire Twitter altogether for $43 billion. He has shown his intention to take the firm private. That is a significant sum of money to invest in a firm that just lets its customers express themselves in 280-character increments.

    Elon Reeve Musk is a business mogul, entrepreneur, and investor. He is the co-founder of Neuralink and OpenAI, as well as the founder, CEO, and Chief Engineer of SpaceX. He is also an early-stage investor, CEO, and Product Architect of Tesla, Inc., and the creator of The Boring Company. Musk is the world’s wealthiest individual, based on both the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as well as the Forbes real-time billionaires list, with an estimated net worth of roughly US$273 billion as of April 2022.

    He shocked the internet when he disclosed that he had purchased a 9.2 percent stake in Twitter. The richest person alive regularly posts weird tweets even after buying a large chunk of Twitter.

    Elon Musk Can Return To The Moon

    Elon Musk
    Elon Musk

    Musk is excited to build a base on the surface of the moon. “If you want to get the public real fired up, we got to have a base on the Moon,” Elon told in 2017.

    “That’d be very great,” he said at the time, and he’s said it several times since then.

    43 billion dollars can be used in a lot of ways however, he can use the sum to get people to the moon. Even NASA is trying the same through its Artemis program. NASA is backing SpaceX with tons of money. NASA’s administrator, Jim Bridenstine said in 2016 that NASA would need additional funds of around 20 to 30 billion dollars. Musk can very easily help NASA achieve its goal. Elon could also put the same amount into his own company SpaceX and win the race to the moon over NASA.

    NASA awarded SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract last year to assist the company build Starship as a lunar lander for the Artemis mission. Even Musk’s competitor, Jeff Bezos, promised to build a competitive lunar rover for NASA for free.

    How Musk Can Solve World Hunger

    Elon Musk
    Elon Musk

    The hotly debated topic worldwide is whether rich people should donate their wealth to remove global poverty and hunger. Elon’s 43 billion dollars could go a long way in helping solve hunger-struck people worldwide. Elon recently had a fierce exchange of words with a Twitter user on the same matter.

    The United Nation’s World Food Program or the UNWFP gave Elon a detailed plan on how he could support 42 million people fallen victim to acute famine. His money could give them a meal per day for a year. This plan would have cost him 6.6 billion dollars then imagine what 43 billion would do. Elon did donate 5.7 billion dollars to charity last year.

    Own A Media Company To Support Journalism

    Elon Musk
    Elon Musk

    Jeff Bezos, the former “Richest Man in the World,” committed $250 million to acquire The Washington Post in 2013 to promote the free press. Laurene Powell Jobs, another software billionaire, reportedly spent $100 million to acquire controlling ownership in The Atlantic. Is it possible that these purchases are made in part to boost their egos? Probably! However, they surely saved age-old journalism organizations that would otherwise have been suffocated by ad duopolies and the perplexing economics of running a media company in the present day.

    Elon Musk Can Build And Repair Bridges

    The Boring Company
    The Boring Company

    According to the American Road & Transportation Builders Association’s 2021 Bridge Conditions Report, one out of every three US bridges is in need of repair or replacement. Don’t limit yourself to the most well-known tourist attractions, such as the George Washington Bridge or the Golden Gate Bridge.

    The total cost of repairing and replacing all of these malfunctioning bridges is estimated to be around $42 billion.

    Elon could very easily repair all the malfunctioning bridges and build a few new ones and still be left with a billion dollars. He can use that in any way he wants.

    Also Read: Elon Musk Disses Mark Zuckerberg For His Control Over Social Media

    Satyam Ray
    Satyam Ray
    Satyam Ray is an aspiring entertainment writer and covers all the trending and viral news around the globe for First Curiosity. He is currently pursuing his B.A (Hons) Political Science from Delhi University. He is hardworking and adapts himself to the need of the moment.

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