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According to Bloomberg, investors believe the manufacturer will survive the interruptions despite Tesla’s recent Shanghai manufacturing closure. Tesla’s crypto-token trade predicts a surge in its shares.

COVID-19 lockdowns have impacted Tesla’s manufacturing shutdown and supply chain interruptions.

Tesla’s crypto tokens on the FTX platform were trading at $1,141.55 on Sunday afternoon in New York, as investors gambled on the automobile firm to create vehicles with a new plant opening in Berlin and Texas, USA. About 5.3 percent was higher than the Nasdaq closing price of $1,084.59 on Friday.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has asked his more than 62 million Twitter followers whether he should sell 10% of his personal Tesla shares.

His dissatisfaction with billionaires’ taxes prompted Musk’s musings.

Musk highlighted it on Twitter on Saturday, adding:

So far, over 3,000 people have responded to Musk’s survey, with more than half of them supporting the notion of selling 10% of Tesla shares, which is valued at over $25 billion.

Many people in the crypto world appear to want Musk to sell his Tesla stock to buy joke currencies like Dogecoin, Shiba Inu, and Floki Inu.

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