Site Challenges You to Spend Elon Musk's $164 Billion Equity

Charlie Taylor

Spending money can always seem like a quick and easy task, but have you ever wondered how to spend $164 billion dollars? With this questioning, a programmer made a simulator for you to spend the equivalent of Elon Musk's fortune. Forbes estimated Musk's net worth at about $160 billion, placing him as the third richest person on the planet on July 8, behind Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and LVMH head Bernard Arnault. Lots of money, no? While spending money may seem like an easy task, spending the wealth built by one of the most controversial and influential figures in the world today is quite a challenge. The cheapest item on Trivelli's list is a $299 Nintendo Switch; the most expensive is a $3 billion NFL team. Other options include Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa for about $869 million, a mega yacht for $300 million, or a lifetime of eating out at every meal for $US $2.4 million. While this notion of liquidity is a lot of fun, it's false, as all that equity is diversified into stocks, properties, and who knows, dogecoin.To stay up to date, follow the QR Capital on Instagram and on Twitter.Site Content Challenges You to Spend Elon Musk's $164 Billion Assets First Appears in BlockTrends – Blockchain | Investments | Savings.Buy and sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies at Coinext
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